343 items found
Name
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Mercury Treasure Map Treasure Map
Microphasic Datalattice Redeemable
Modulus Report Consumable
Mysterious Invitation Consumable
Nessus Token Redeemable
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
Nessus Treasure Map Treasure Map
New Monarchy Token Redeemable
Nightfall Challenge Challenge Card
Obsidian Accelerator Consumable
Obsidian Crystal Consumable
Offering to the Oracle Consumable
Offering to the Oracle Consumable
Offering to the Oracle Consumable
Paradox Amplifier Prophecy Offering
Perfectly Normal Coin Cayde's Odds and Ends
Perfectly Normal Coin Cayde's Odds and Ends
Phaseglass Needle Redeemable
Phaseglass Spire Redeemable
Prismatic Facet Consumable
Prismatic Facet Consumable
Pure Matterglass Lens Consumable
Quantized Datalattice Redeemable
Radiant Matrix Redeemable
Radiant Seed Redeemable
Radiolarian Culture Prophecy Offering
Raid Banner Consumable
Rainmaker Consumable
Resonate Stem Consumable
Roryx Test Cayde's Odds and Ends
Description
"Vance still won't let me in the Lighthouse! Can you believe it? Tried to hack that stupid door of his. Almost got it, too. Left some supplies behind for the next try." —Cayde-6
"Is it just me, or does the Lighthouse have a lot of broken doors? Well, if no one's using them as doors, I might as well use them as stash markers." —Cayde-6
"Got it in my head to scale that canyon on Mercury, the one so deep you can't see the bottom. Left a stash on a ledge near the top. Shouldn't have to go too far to find it." —Cayde-6
"Good news: I left myself a note for this one. Bad news: the note just says 'live on the edge.' So… there you go." —Cayde-6
"I was trying to find a back door to the Infinite Forest. First place I looked? The actual back of the Forest door. No Vex doomsday machine, but I found a good spot for a stash." —Cayde-6
"So it's like a big stone ball, but it's got a fountain of radio-whatever on it. Don't look at me like that. I'm literally describing the topography." —Cayde-6
"I have this feeling the Followers don't go outside much. Shame, too. If it was me, I'd be sunning myself on that patio thing they got going out there. Top-notch real estate." —Cayde-6
"Was actually trying to bring the Lighthouse some supplies. You know, since Almighty ate half the planet. But Vance wouldn't let me in! Couldn't find another way in, so I just left the stash near the door… near-ish." —Cayde-6
Encrypted data inaccessible in an unknown hybrid state of matter-energy. Bring this to Failsafe in the Exodus Black on Nessus to discover its value.
Recorded performance data employed by the Black Armory to expand their arsenal. Used to buy weapon frames from Ada-1.
A puzzling note, marked with the sign of the Drifter. Return to him to collect your reward.
Proof of your efforts on Nessus. Bring this to Failsafe in the Exodus Black to increase your reputation with her.
"Thought I'd escaped, but you know how the Vex are. I got as far as this energy shield, thinking it was a way out. Dead end. So I dropped what I had there and tried to shoot through. Bam! Right back into the loop.”
"So there I was, two choices: I could've tried climbing the red ivy, or just jump. What do you think I did?" —Cayde-6
"I had no choice. Once I saw the floating rocks, there was no way I was going to weigh myself down with extra gear. I was Lightless after all, remember?" —Cayde-6
"I should've realized something was up when the Vex were letting me move through portals so freely. And I usually have a good nose for traps. Maybe you'll have better luck?" —Cayde-6
"I felt bad using their wreckage to hide my stuff, but Failsafe said it was cool. And she says she's been keeping the Vex from converting the Exodus Black, so I figured it would be safe.” —Cayde-6
"So this cache… I don't know. It seemed like a good idea at the time. How do you feel about climbing trees?" —Cayde-6
"So down I went. I thought maybe the deeper it got, the better access I would have to their core Mind or Nexus points. I do read Ikora's Vex reports. Sometimes. Anyway, found nothing but roots." —Cayde-6
"I guess I was afraid that Mind juice would somehow seize control of my weapons or something. That stuff isn't some kind of luxurious milk bath, trust me." —Cayde-6
"I was just doing what Failsafe said. I mean, she seems reliable, half the time. So I entered this cave and set up my little fallback point, took a few steps in, and bam, the battle began." —Cayde-6
"One point, I thought I'd broken free, so I made a break for a path through a tangle of roots. Caught sight of the cache and then bam, I was back in the loop again." —Cayde-6
"Of course, I didn't go charging into Nessus without a plan. I made sure I had caches everywhere. Started with the first dead Vex construct I found." —Cayde-6
"I don't know what they call it. The eyeball thing. Under that. You'll know it when you see it." —Cayde-6
"It was like I was being called closer, like something wanted my help. Then I get to this tower with a triangular doorway and go through. That's when it got really weird." —Cayde-6
"I wonder if the Vex even realize I hide stuff between the gaps in their block networks. Hmmm. Maybe that's how they know so much about me." —Cayde-6
"Good news: I left myself a reminder note for this cache! Bad news: the note says ‘Whatever you do, under any circumstances, do not look down.' That's enough to go on, right?”
Proof of your efforts in support of New Monarchy. Bring this to Executor Hideo while pledged to New Monarchy to increase your New Monarchy reputation.
When present in your inventory, this enables modifiers in Nightfall strikes. More challenging modifiers will apply larger score multipliers.
Faded handwriting scribbled on the side reads: "N'oublie jamais qui tu es."
A very rare and beautiful material with unknown properties.
A fragment of amethyst, offered in supplication to the mysterious Oracle Engine.
A fragment of amethyst, offered in supplication to the mysterious Oracle Engine.
A fragment of amethyst, offered in supplication to the mysterious Oracle Engine.
Brother Vance can upgrade this item to Advanced Paradox Amplifier. Acquired by completing strikes, Crucible matches, and Heroic Mercury adventures.
"Hmm. Do you think Xûr would know the difference?" —Ghost
"Hmm. Do you think Xûr would know the difference?" —Ghost
An object of interest to your allies on Io. Bring this to Asher Mir in the Rupture to discover its value.
An object of great interest to your allies on Io. Bring this to Asher Mir in the Rupture to discover its value.
A single-use cipher that permits a one-time activation of the Prismatic Matrix during the Season of the Forge. Max 3 per account. Expires at the end of Season 5.
A single-use cipher that permits a one-time activation of the Prismatic Matrix during the Season of the Forge. Max 3 per account. Expires at the end of Season 5.
A telemetry conductor found in the scraps of a lucky dismantle.
Accessible data contained in an unknown hybrid state of matter-energy. Bring this to Failsafe in the Exodus Black on Nessus to discover its value.
A faint glow emanates from it. Used by Ada-1 to transform a Black Armory Calibrated Frame into a Radiant Frame.
Emits a beautiful glow. If look closely enough, you notice its shape appears to be unstable.
Brother Vance can upgrade this item to a Concentrated Radiolarian Culture. Acquired from public events and chests.
Can be used before any raid encounter to allow fireteam members to gain Super energy and Heavy ammo.
A Glimmer extractor found in the scraps of a lucky dismantle.
This is a broken Resonate Stem for Project: CB.NAV. You can hack several of them together to generate a working Override Frequency. Override Frequencies contain harmonic code, so only one can be created at a time.
"Some see a fun, engaging challenge. I only see pain." —Ghost