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Account vault

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The account vault is an account-wide storage for items, and can be used to exchange them between characters on the same account. It is accessed by speaking to a banker or by visiting any crafting station.


[edit] Bank

The bank contains up to twelve storage panes, each with 30 slots. Each account begins with one pane; additional panes cost 600 Gem.png each — click on the "lock" icon below the last pane to purchase.

[edit] Collections

Collections holds up to 250 of each item. This capacity can increased by purchasing up to 5 Collection Expanders, for a maximum of 1,500 items per stack. It contains space for:

[edit] Deposit from inventory

Everything in the collections can be deposited directly from your character's inventory, regardless of where you are in the world. There are two methods for doing this.

  • Right-click an individual item and select Deposit Collectible from the context menu to deposit only that item.
  • Click the gear icon in the top right and select Deposit All Collectibles from the drop down menu to deposit all collectibles in your inventory. There are two exceptions to this "deposit all" option:
    • Miniatures are ignored.
    • All items in bags with the "invisible" property are ignored.
    • Additionally, if the stack of an item in your collection has reached the stack limit, that item will be ignored.

[edit] Wardrobe Storage

Primary article: Wardrobe

The wardrobe storage shows equipment skins. Unlocked skins can be applied through the wardrobe tab in the hero panel.

[edit] Notes

  • Items do not stack automatically when depositing to the top tab or withdrawing, this must be done manually.
  • Additional storage may be accessed without using gems by creating a personal guild with a Guild Vault.
  • Crafting first draws materials from your inventory, then your bank, then from collections last.
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