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|image= [[File:Venus.png|250px]]
 
|image= [[File:Venus.png|250px]]
|locations= [[Citadel]]<br />[[Maat Mons]]
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|locations= [[Citadel]]<br />[[Endless Steps]]<br />[[Maat Mons]]
 
|species= [[Vex]]<ref name="GI Print Article" /><ref name="GI Places of Destiny" />
 
|species= [[Vex]]<ref name="GI Print Article" /><ref name="GI Places of Destiny" />
 
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'''Venus''' is a planet in ''[[Destiny]]''.
 
'''Venus''' is a planet in ''[[Destiny]]''.
   
During the [[Golden Age]], Venus was considered a "paradise,"<ref name="venus info">{{RefWebsite
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During the [[Golden Age]], Venus was colonized by humanity and considered a "paradise."<ref name="venus info">{{RefWebsite
|website=Destinythegame.com|url=http://www.destinythegame.com/au/en/game/destinations/venus|title= Destiny: Venus|accessed= April 23, 2014}}</ref> and the world was colonized by humanity. During this time, Venus was home to a [[human]] scientific research settlement that is now in ruins, swallowed by jungle and falling into the Venutian ocean.<ref name="GI Print Article" /><ref name="GI Places of Destiny">{{RefArticle|firstname=Bryan|lastname=Vore|year=2013-12-20|url=http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2013/12/20/the-places-of-destiny.aspx?PostPageIndex=2|title=The Places of Destiny|publisher=[http://www.gameinformer.com Game Informer]|accessed=30 Dec. 2013}}</ref>
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|website=Destinythegame.com|url=http://www.destinythegame.com/au/en/game/destinations/venus|title= Destiny: Venus|accessed= April 23, 2014}}</ref> During this time, Venus was home to a [[human]] scientific research settlement that is now in ruins, swallowed by jungle and falling into the Venutian ocean.<ref name="GI Print Article" /><ref name="GI Places of Destiny">{{RefArticle|firstname=Bryan|lastname=Vore|year=2013-12-20|url=http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2013/12/20/the-places-of-destiny.aspx?PostPageIndex=2|title=The Places of Destiny|publisher=[http://www.gameinformer.com Game Informer]|accessed=30 Dec. 2013}}</ref>
 
Venus is also home to a massive [[Vex]] stronghold, a looming tower of geometric shapes that they vigorously defend.<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=30 Dec. 2013}}</ref><ref name="GI Places of Destiny" />
 
   
 
== Locations ==
 
== Locations ==
* [[Citadel]]: Concept art of the Citadel depicts it to be a green, jungle-choked building posing as a [[Vex]] stronghold.{{Cite}}
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* [[Citadel]]: A massive [[Vex]] tower composed of floating geometric shapes.<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=30 Dec. 2013}}</ref><ref name="GI Places of Destiny" />
 
* [[Endless Steps]]
 
* [[Endless Steps]]
 
* [[Maat Mons]]: An exotic and chaotic area home to the [[Crucible]] map [[Shores of Time]].
 
* [[Maat Mons]]: An exotic and chaotic area home to the [[Crucible]] map [[Shores of Time]].

Revision as of 13:33, September 3, 2014

Venus is a planet in Destiny.

During the Golden Age, Venus was colonized by humanity and considered a "paradise."[3] During this time, Venus was home to a human scientific research settlement that is now in ruins, swallowed by jungle and falling into the Venutian ocean.[1][2]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Miller, Matt. (January 2014 Print Edition) "A Player's Journey: Destiny". Game Informer. Retrieved 30 Dec. 2013.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Vore, Bryan. (2013-12-20) "The Places of Destiny". Game Informer. Retrieved 30 Dec. 2013.
  3. Destinythegame.com "Destiny: Venus". Retrieved April 23, 2014.
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