Destiny 2: How To Get Master of Disguise Triumph

Last Updated on October 30, 2019

How To Get Master of Disguise Triumph – Destiny 2’s Halloween Event is finally here, there is a lot of loot to grab, a new dungeon to unlock and the new masks that you can equip. I am specifically after the new auto rifle that has been added to the game.

First things first, you’ll have to Talk to Eva to start your Festival of the Lost journey. She will ask you to buy a mask, once you buy the mask, equip it and start running the activities.


How To Get Master of Disguise Triumph

To View The Triumph: Press F1, Click on the Triumph tab, from there click the “Seasonal” tab, then select “Festival of the lost”, this is where you will find the mentioned triumph and everything you need to do to obtain it.

The Description of Triumph is “Acquire all the Festival of Lost 2019 Masks”. Which is pretty easy to understand. We already have a guide on the same.

Master of Disguise Triumph

This triumph is for obtaining all five masks that the event has to offer. If you are looking to collect this particular triumph, then you will have to grind a lot. The collective value of all masks is 150, which means you’ll have to farm 150 Chocolate Strange Coins.

There are 6 masks in total

  • Hidden Swarm Mask – 10 Coins
  • Gobblin Mask – 20 Coins
  • Mithrax Mask – 30 Coins
  • Opulent Calus Mask – 40 Coins
  • Drifter Mask – 50 Coins

This is not that hard to obtain just take out 2 hours per day this week and put it into the game and you’ll have the auto-rifle including everything the Festival of the Lost has to offer.


Festival of the Lost is Destiny 2’s version of the Halloween event. Similar to most quests and events, players are required to grind someplace. Last year’s event was really lackluster and didn’t really get me involved, let’s hope this year’s event turns out good.


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Written by Vikas

I am Vikas, and I have been into computers and gaming since I was four. I have been solving computer issues since Windows 2000 was a thing. I love playing PC games (especially online multiplayer ones). Professionally, I have worked as a Brand Enabler and hold a computer engineering degree. In my spare time, I read books and play with my cats.

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