We’ll tell you how to get artifacts of the Iron Lords. To get Destiny Rise of Iron ‘Noble Deeds Performed’ you need to complete a 100 noble deeds. The best way to do this is to grind in the Plaguelands. However, there’s many other ways to get Destiny Rise of Iron ‘Noble Deeds Performed’ achievement. Here’s our Destiny Rise of Iron Noble Deeds Guide.

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Destiny Rise of Iron Noble Deeds Guide – Noble deeds increase during raids

Noble deeds increase when you’re playing the raid. However, you won’t get the 100% required for the Destiny Rise of Iron ‘Noble dDeeds Performed’ if you play the raid from beginning to end. But, it will increase your noble deeds nonetheless.

Rise of Iron strike

Playing a new Rise of Iron strike will also increase your noble deeds. However, we’re still not sure if it will constantly increase if you keep playing and replaying the strike playlist. A lot of players have reportedly said it does. So, there’s no harm in trying.

Arkhon’s Forge

That is definitely the most fun way to increase noble deeds. You have green, blue and purple offerings. Each offering will give you increased noble deeds if you play the Forge once. Second time you might not but some players have reported getting noble deeds even then.


Go to the patrol and kill some enemies. Then collect some Splicer Keys as you would usually do. We highly recommend you keep collecting Splicer keys wherever you find them because you never know when a new secret is discovered that requires them.

Destiny is an online-only first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Activision. It was released worldwide on September 9, 2014, for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One consoles.

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