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{{BigQuote|Ask yourself: what threatened your [[Golden Age]] ancestors so much that they constructed the Exos to defend themselves?<ref name="Grimoire Video MoreConsole">{{RefVideo|Username=MoreConsole|year=2013 July 02|hostsite=[http://www.youtube.com YouTube.com]|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TbIplY4icQ|title=Destiny News - Grimoire Cards Explained!|time=2:04|accessed=05 July 2014}}</ref>}}
 
{{BigQuote|Ask yourself: what threatened your [[Golden Age]] ancestors so much that they constructed the Exos to defend themselves?<ref name="Grimoire Video MoreConsole">{{RefVideo|Username=MoreConsole|year=2013 July 02|hostsite=[http://www.youtube.com YouTube.com]|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TbIplY4icQ|title=Destiny News - Grimoire Cards Explained!|time=2:04|accessed=05 July 2014}}</ref>}}
'''Exos''' are a [[species]] of humanoid machines, both for [[Guardian|player]]s and [[Non-Player Character|non-player characters]], in ''[[Destiny]]''.
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'''Exos '''are a [[species]] of humanoid machines, both for [[Guardian|player]]s and [[Non-Player Character|non-player characters]], in ''[[Destiny]]''.
   
 
== History and Origin ==
 
== History and Origin ==
Exo began as self-aware war machines developed by [[Human|humanity]] during the [[Golden Age]]<ref>{{RefArticle|lastname = @DestinyTheGame|year = February 25, 2014|url = https://twitter.com/DestinyTheGame/status/438377157510066177|title = Did You Know: The Exo began|publisher = Twitter|accessed = June 15, 2014}}</ref> for a long forgotten war,<ref name="Grimoire Video MoreConsole" /> with the sole purpose of protecting their creators.<ref>{{RefArticle|lastname = Stuart|firstname = Kieth|year = April 28, 2014|url = http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/28/destiny-hands-on-bungie-xbox-playstationshared-world-shooter|title = Destiny – how the makers of Halo plan to change the future of shooters|publisher = The Guardian|accessed = June 15, 2014}}</ref> They were rebooted during the [[Story|collapse]] and now have no memory of their original function.<ref name="GI Print Article">{{RefArticle|firstname=Matt|lastname=Miller|year=January 2014 Print Edition|url=http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2013/12/03/january-2013-destiny-296580.aspx|title=A Player's Journey: Destiny|publisher=[http://www.gameinformer.com Game Informer]|accessed=31 Dec. 2013}}</ref> Exos are "so advanced that nothing short of a [[Ghost]] can understand their inner functions. They remain ciphers, even to themselves; their origins and purpose lost to time. Whoever built the Exos fashioned them in humanity's image, gifting them with diversity of mind and body. Many of [[The City|the City's]] Exo citizens live and work alongside their organic brethren, while others fight again, reforged in the Light of [[the Traveler]] to serve as Guardians."<ref name="Grimoire Video MoreConsole" />
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Exo began as self-aware war machines developed by [[Human|humanity]] during the [[Golden Age]]<ref>{{RefArticle|lastname = @DestinyTheGame|year = February 25, 2014|url = https://twitter.com/DestinyTheGame/status/438377157510066177|title = Did You Know: The Exo began|publisher = Twitter|accessed = June 15, 2014}}</ref> for a long forgotten war,<ref name="Grimoire Video MoreConsole" /> with the sole purpose of protecting their creators.<ref>{{RefArticle|lastname = Stuart|firstname = Kieth|year = April 28, 2014|url = http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/28/destiny-hands-on-bungie-xbox-playstationshared-world-shooter|title = Destiny – how the makers of Halo plan to change the future of shooters|publisher = The Guardian|accessed = June 15, 2014}}</ref> They were rebooted during the [[Story|collapse]] and now have no memory of their original function.<ref name="GI Print Article">{{RefArticle|firstname=Matt|lastname=Miller|year=January 2014 Print Edition|url=http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2013/12/03/january-2013-destiny-296580.aspx|title=A Player's Journey: Destiny|publisher=[http://www.gameinformer.com Game Informer]|accessed=31 Dec. 2013}}</ref> Exos are "so advanced that nothing short of a [[Ghost]] can understand their inner functions. They remain ciphers, even to themselves; their origins and purpose lost to time. Whoever built the Exos fashioned them in humanity's image, gifting them with diversity of mind and body. Many of [[The City|the City's]] Exo citizens live and work alongside their organic brethren, while others fight again, reforged in the Light of [[the Traveler]] to help fight our enemies and serve as Guardians."<ref name="Grimoire Video MoreConsole" />
   
 
== Notable Exos ==
 
== Notable Exos ==

Revision as of 21:20, December 9, 2014

Ask yourself: what threatened your Golden Age ancestors so much that they constructed the Exos to defend themselves?[1]

Exos are a species of humanoid machines, both for players and non-player characters, in Destiny.

History and Origin

Exo began as self-aware war machines developed by humanity during the Golden Age[2] for a long forgotten war,[1] with the sole purpose of protecting their creators.[3] They were rebooted during the collapse and now have no memory of their original function.[4] Exos are "so advanced that nothing short of a Ghost can understand their inner functions. They remain ciphers, even to themselves; their origins and purpose lost to time. Whoever built the Exos fashioned them in humanity's image, gifting them with diversity of mind and body. Many of the City's Exo citizens live and work alongside their organic brethren, while others fight again, reforged in the Light of the Traveler to help fight our enemies and serve as Guardians."[1]

Notable Exos

Trivia

Gallery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 (2013 July 02) YouTube.comDestiny News - Grimoire Cards Explained! 2:04. Retrieved 05 July 2014.
  2. @DestinyTheGame (February 25, 2014) "Did You Know: The Exo began". Twitter. Retrieved June 15, 2014.
  3. Stuart, Kieth. (April 28, 2014) "Destiny – how the makers of Halo plan to change the future of shooters". The Guardian. Retrieved June 15, 2014.
  4. Miller, Matt. (January 2014 Print Edition) "A Player's Journey: Destiny". Game Informer. Retrieved 31 Dec. 2013.
  5. 5.0 5.1 GDC 2013 Panel; 39:45. Retrieved on 14 Oct. 2013


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