How to get the Lost Memento - Destiny 2

Unlock the Lost Memento to apply a Superblack shader to your crafted weapons in Destiny 2.


Festival of the Lost 2023 introduced a new Memento to Destiny 2 called Lost Memento. This rare consumable can be applied to crafted weapons, letting players add a sleek super black shader to their gear. Unlocking a Lost Memento is going to take a bit of work, so best get to farming the October event.

How to get the Lost Memento

Eva Levante's inventory showing the Lost Memento
Eva Levante's inventory shows that a new Memento can be earned by completing the Twilight Triumph.
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The Lost Memento can drop from activities and Eerie Engrams during Festival of the Lost. Additionally, it is a guaranteed reward for completing the Triumph, Twilight. This Triumph is found under the Season of the Witch Triumph node on the General section. Unfortunately, the in-game description is rather mysterious, offering zero clues, but the Destiny 2 community has cracked it already:

  • Complete the Fallen S.A.B.E.R. Strike while wearing the Clovis Bray mask
  • 100 kills on Neomuna while wearing the Nimbus mask
  • 25 Finishers in a Legend Haunted Sector while wearing a Tormentor mask
The Twilight Triumph highlighted in the Season of the Witch page
The Twilight Triumph offers no clues as to what you must do.
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As for the Lost Memento itself, like all other Mementos in the game, you can only hold one at a time and it can only be applied to a single crafted weapon. Once the Memento has been applied, you will be able to equip a shader to the weapon called Twilight Keepsake.

A Calus Mini-Tool with Twilight Keepsake shader applied
The Twilight Keepsake can only be applied to weapons that have the Lost Memento equipped.
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The Twilight Keepsake shader is basically the Destiny 2 version of the Superblack shader from Destiny 1. This new shader makes your crafted weapons black and gives some parts a leather texture.

Unfortunately, the Lost Memento is only available during Festival of the Lost and it’s a random drop. If you want to make your weapons look a little bit more hardcore, then you’re going to have to spend some time grinding the event, complete the Triumph, and then hope for more drops. Take a look at the Shacknews Destiny 2 Strategy Guide for more help with various collectibles and consumables.

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