Destiny 2: Facet of Blessing – Prismatic Subclass Fragment

Prismatic Subclass offers 21 fragments for all three classes in Destiny 2, including the Facet of Blessing.

Destiny 2 - Facet of Blessing – Prismatic Subclass Fragment

Players gain access to the new Prismatic subclass with the Final Shape expansion. Firstly, it’s unique and combines specific class abilities for different damage types. Using dark and light abilities, buffs or debuffs fill two corresponding meters, and once they are fully charged, your character enters the special state called Transcendence. Moreover, Transcendence functions like a mini super and busts your defense and offensive capabilities.

Once you unlock a Facet of Blessing Prismatic Fragment, it becomes available for all your characters.

Facet of Blessing in Destiny 2

The facet of Blessing is a new fragment in the Prismatic subclass introduced with the Final Shape expansion in Destiny 2. Here’s an in-depth look at what this fragment does, its benefits, and how it can be effectively used in different builds and gear setups.

The Facet of Blessing fragment grants the following effects:

  • Melee final blows start health regeneration.
  • While Transcendent, melee final blows start health regeneration for you and nearby allies.

Benefits and Usage

The Facet of Blessing in Destiny 2 provides significant survivability boosts through melee combat, making it an excellent choice for players who prefer close-quarters combat across all classes.


Hunters can benefit from this fragment by frequently using abilities like the Knife Trick (Solar) or Snare Bomb (Void). Those can be used to get melee final blows, triggering health regeneration. When Transcendent, these melee kills will also heal nearby allies, so your hunter can take on a support role during challenging combat situations.


Destiny 2: All Titan Prismatic Subclass Abilities

Titans, known for their strong melee capabilities, can greatly benefit from the Facet of Blessing. Abilities such as Thunderclap (Arc) or Hammer Strike (Solar) can get melee final blows for extra health regeneration. When Transcendent, Titans can become frontline healers, keeping themselves and their teammates in the fight with every melee kill.


Warlocks can use this fragment to enhance their survivability by focusing on melee abilities like Pocket Singularity (Void) or Incinerator Snap (Solar). These melee final blows will trigger health regeneration, and when Transcendent, they can heal nearby allies.

Gear Synergies

To maximize the potential of the Facet of Blessing, consider the following gear and mods:

  • Hunters: Exotics like Liar’s Handshake (provides additional melee damage and health regeneration on melee kills) can be paired with this fragment to maximize healing efficiency. Assassin’s Cowl can also gain invisibility and healing on melee final blows, further improving survivability.
  • Titans: Exotics like Wormgod Caress (increases melee damage after melee kills) can increase multiple melee final blows. Synthoceps can also boost melee damage and range, making triggering the fragment’s effects easier.
  • Warlocks: Exotics like Karnstein Armlets (provides health regeneration on melee kills) synergize perfectly with this fragment, enhancing the healing effects and guaranteeing your Warlock will stay in the fight. Winter’s Guile can also increase melee damage after melee kills.

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