What Do Certificates for Impossible Appliances Do in Destiny 2?
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What Do Certificates for Impossible Appliances Do in Destiny 2?

What Do Certificates for Impossible Appliances Do in Destiny 2?

Oh, what I would give for a “full washer/Dryer combo” appliance that didn’t cost over $1000 and take up an entire room of the house. 

That’s exactly what the Certificate for Impossible Appliances in Destiny 2 promises, but as the name implies, it’s not a real thing that our Guardian can buy for their undoubtedly thrift Tower apartment. 

Instead, all we get to do is stare at this odd item in our inventory, seemingly devoid of purpose or reason. Is it, though? Or do the Certificates for Impossible Appliances actually do something in Destiny 2?

What Does the Certificate for Impossible Appliances do in Destiny 2?

The Certificate for Impossible Appliances does not do anything in Destiny 2. Well, not that we can tell, anyways. 

Bungie has a track record of adding in joke items in their holiday events. The Certificate for Impossible Appliances seems to be just that for the Dawning 2021. It’s a flavor item meant to give players a chuckle, and nothing more. 

So, if you’re afraid you’ll be missing out on something by dismantling it, you won’t. That doesn’t mean that I’m throwing mine away, because you never know, but it’s unreasonably unlikely that they will ever be used for anything. 

If you’re hurting for inventory space, and we all are because of all these cookies, dismantling them is a good way to free up a slot or two. Same thing for the Ticket to Impossible Destinations. 

Both items are marked as “safe to dismantle,” meaning the devs are telling us that there’s no reason to hang on to them. 

If you’re paranoid like me, though, consider keeping them in hand for the Witch Queen DLC, just in case. I mean, we’re not going to get to use them for anything, but it never hurts to stay prepared. Then again, that’s my excuse for having six different Vision of Confluence rolls in my vault with 499/500 space, so take my hoarding advice with a mountain of salt. 

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