All Starcat Locations in Destiny 2 | Familiar Felines Triumph

How to find every one of the Queen's Visitors in Destiny 2: Season of The Wish.

by Thomas Cunliffe
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The Dreaming City has been blessed with celestial cats, and finding all fourteen of them will earn you the Familiar Felines Triumph and Wyrmguard Ghost Shell. This guide details the location of every Starcat in Destiny 2: Season of The Wish.

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How to Find All of The Queen’s Visitors (Starcats) in Destiny 2

There are fourteen total Starcats to “collect” in Destiny 2: Season of the Wish. New kitties are released each week, meaning the Familiar Felines Triumph, which is needed for the Wishbearer Title, should be achievable late into the season.

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To unlock each Starcat’s Triumph and work on Familiar Felines, walk up to it and hold the button shown on-screen to “present a gift.” Unlike the cat statues in Forsaken, you don’t seem to need the “small gift” item or anything similar.

Garden of Plenty Starcat

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“Within the Garden of Plenty in Riven’s Lair, this Starcat likes to peer down from a place of power.”

The first Starcat is going to take a little bit of luck to find. Launch the Riven’s Lair activity through the H.E.L.M. and keep your fingers crossed that you come across the Garden of Plenty path during your run.

In Garden of Plenty, run along the left side and toward the white stairs in the distance. Just before the stairs, turn left and walk toward the edge as shown in the second screenshot. The Garden of Plenty Starcat is sitting right next to the edge. Watch your step!

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Blind Well Starcat Location

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Within the Blind Well, this Starcat likes to wait by the door.

Open The Dreaming City in the Destinations tab and select The Blind Well. Run straight forward and toward the colossal door at the far side of the room to find the Blind Well Starcat sitting in front of it. Someone let him in so he can walk in for two seconds and then straight back out.

Temple of the Queen’s Wrath Starcat Location

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Within the Temple of the Queen’s Wrath in Riven’s Lair, this Starcat likes to hide in nooks.

In the Riven’s Lair activity, the Temple of the Queen’s Wrath is one of many pathways randomly selected. As soon as you’re transported to this pathway, run into the first archway on the right. The Starcat is sitting against the wall. There have been reports that you can get this during the Week 2 mission, though we haven’t been able to confirm.

Getting Temple of the Queen’s Wrath in Riven’s Lair took me around four hours. The pathway you encounter is entirely random, so it could take one or one hundred runs to come across. Make sure to check the current pathway rotation for Coil, which has four static pathways every week.

Chamber of Starlight Starcat Location

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Within the Chamber of Starlight Lost Sector, this Starcat likes to calculate gravity.

This Starcat is located inside the Chamber of Starlight Lost Sector, which you’ll be guided to in Step 12 of the Seasonal questline. As you enter the boss room, look to the right to find a white table. The Starcat is sat on top.

Bay of Drowned Wishes Starcat Location

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Within the Bay of Drowned Wishes Lost Sector, this Starcat likes pondering orbs.

The next Starcat is located inside the Bay of Drowned Wishes Lost Sector in The Dreaming City. That’s the one directly behind the Landing Zone. The Starcat is to the right of the boss cache, perched on a ledge and near impossible to miss.

Aphelion’s Rest Starcat Location

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“Within the Aphelion’s Rest Lost Sector, this Starcat likes to sit in the bowl.”

The Aphelion’s Rest Starcat is located in, you guessed it, the Aphelion’s Rest Lost Sector in The Dreaming City. As soon as you’ve opened the boss cache, jump up and look into the bowl to find yet another Starcat.

Gnashing Chamber Starcat Location


“Within the Gnashing Chamber in Riven’s Lair, this Starcat appreciates fine art.”

The easiest way to get this Starcat is during the Enthymeme mission in Week 3 of the seasonal quest line. As soon as you enter the Gnashing Chamber, go to the white table to find a Starcat sat next to a state of itself. Adorable.

If you’ve already completed Enthymeme, you will need to try your luck in Riven’s Lair until you come across the Gnashing Chamber pathway. That, or you could scout for Guardians who have yet to complete the mission.

Sneaky Starcat Locations

That’s every Starcat in Destiny 2 so far! Don’t forget to bookmark this page and come back next week to find more.

What Do You Get for Finding All Starcats in Destiny 2?

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Finding every Starcat in Destiny 2 rewards you with the Wyrmguard Ghost Shell via the Familiar Felines Triumph. This Triumph is also needed, alongside other Season of the Wish Triumphs, to earn the Wishbearer title.

This guide was written while playing Destiny 2 on Xbox Series X.

- This article was updated on December 13th, 2023

About The Author

Thomas has been a freelance writer since 2021 and considers himself a connoisseur of all things Nintendo, Blizzard, and Marvel. Since amassing 145,000+ followers on a Facebook page about Diddy Kong with a backward hat in 2015, Thomas has become a trusted voice in the gaming community across publications such as AOTF, PC Invasion, and Gfinity. His greatest achievements include catching every Pokémon, completing every quest in World of Warcraft (yes, all of them), and naming his dog 'Mass Effect 3.' Thomas is extraordinarily passionate about the video game industry and its community. He enjoys writing about various topics, including popular games like Destiny 2, Fortnite, and WoW, and exploring the latest AAA and indie titles.