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In Destiny 1, as you gained experience, your sub-classes advanced as well to allow you to unlock new abilities. In Destiny 2, they changed this to where you use upgrade points in order to unlock new abilities.

I started out as a Warlock, which begins you off with the Dawnblade sub-classes, but unfortunately, without realizing that the Stormcaller sub-classes isn't unlocked until later, I spent every upgrade point so far. Now I am wanting to save my upgrade points until I unlock Stormcaller, but I am also wanting to advance in the other sub-classes afterwards.

Based on this article, it mentions there are a multiple ways to getting upgrade points, but it doesn't go into detail of every possible way

Upgrade Points are earned in a variety of ways, including completing Adventures, but the easiest way is by leveling up

What are all of the ways to obtain upgrade points to advance in your sub-classes?

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The two ways as far as I can tell: (After maxing my warlock subclasses)

1) Leveling up, you'll continue to earn them this way past 20 until you've filled out all the skills in a class.

2) Doing adventures that have upgrade points as a reward. If you've fully upgrading each subclass these rewards will change, usually into blue engrams in my experience.

3) If you do meditations and still need upgrade points you can get them from those.

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    After a few days of playing destiny, this does appear to be the only two ways of obtaining upgrade points. Thanks! – Wondercricket Sep 16 '17 at 13:52
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    Well, I was wrong. Once you complete the main story, you can do mediation missions from Ikora which gives you upgrade points as rewards. – Wondercricket Sep 17 '17 at 21:24
  • That's if you have them available or need them – n_plum Sep 17 '17 at 21:31
  • yeah, just informing so you can edit your answer :) – Wondercricket Sep 17 '17 at 21:32

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