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12/14/14 – Updating since Waypoints are now account based rather than character based.
Requirements for Maximum Efficiency:
A level 60 character with all Waypoints unlocked and a teleport skill like Deadpool, Scarlet Witch, Dr. Strange or Nightcrawler. I prefer Deadpool since there’s no cool down and his one liners. Unnecessary now.
2) A Ziggurat of Kargul for your new character, it grants the wielder a teleport. Throwing in dashes/rolls after teleports helps speed up the travel time from my experience.
3) 25% health and 100 spirit costume core so you’re always topped up regardless of teleport method. It’s also a major help in boss battles as a safety net and an instant spirit generator.
Your new character is level 60. This makes breezing through Normal and Heroic fast and simple. The last chapters of Superheroic are all level 60 zones, which basically means the bosses are all level 63. If you are too low leveled, your damage takes a huge nerf. On my level 57 Storm against level 63 Malekith, my damage was reduced to 60%. I changed my thinking recently. I personally recommend doing the story quests when you are at the appropriate level, provided you don’t have any buffs active. Reason being, experience, burnout, and most importantly, Eternity Splinters. When you do all your story quests at level 60, you are, for over 2/3 of the time killing grey mobs, which don’t drop splinters. You can somewhat circumvent this by going to Midtown and farming a splinter every 8 minutes or so, but that’s both annoying and easily forgotten. If you do story quests at the appropriate level, you can continue collecting splinters without any issue as story mode has a good number of trash mobs all around. Also at low levels, story quests give a decent amount of exp if you’re within level range. Holo-sim with a kill enemies for 1:30 wave is undoubtedly faster, but that’s RNG based, and you may get trolled with AIM bots, Sentinels or Nick Fury, which more often than not spells the end (unless you play smart and just run away the whole time). Anyway, point is leveling isn’t that bad from story. Something else I realized was, doing story quests while leveling was many times more relaxing than doing them all in one big chunk at level 60. At level 60, you basically do the same story you’ve seen tens of times already 3 times in a row. Not sure about everyone, but I basically just wanted to stop halfway through them since I felt there was barely any progress with the 1 exp orbs and 0 splinters (actual bonuses are one thing, feelings at the moment are another). Anyway, that’s my new recommendation. You can see my progress on Magneto.
5) Courtesy of @NotATrueHero, a friend. If you have a friend with all the Waypoints unlocked, you can just party with them, have them warp to the quest zone and right click their icon to teleport to them. This will save a lot of time because you won’t have to constantly switch between your characters. It also makes those search missions much faster because you can split up the work.
Explanation of Zones:
Public Area: These are those large over world areas where “events” happen. They are categorized as blue in your mission tracker. Story mode public areas are where “Event Bosses” appear that have ridiculous amounts of health and require a group of heroes to defeat in a decent amount of time. If you get one of the Legendary Quests that require them, it’s faster to reroll if you can afford it. Other public areas include Terminals and Midtown Patrol which only have defeat bosses as events.
Private Mission Zone: In simple terms, these are instant dungeons created each time you enter them, each with their own story specific boss. What this means is you cannot switch characters within them. To work around this, we simply backtrack to the point right before the instance.
Sort of irrelevant at this point in time, but hey, you learned something right.
1) +25 Health – Tablet of Life and Time Take Waypoint Blood Rose Nightclub. Follow the map marker and activate the case, summoning Doc Ock. Loot the Tablet of Life and Time he drops and speak to Cloak. Exit to Avenger’s Tower.
1) 2 Hour +50% Rarity Drop Boost – The Taskmaster’s Lesson Take Waypoint Taskmaster Institute. Follow the map marker and defeat Taskmaster. Exit and reenter for closest Waypoint. Take Waypoint Storage Yard. Talk to Brian Walsh and head back to Waypoint.
2) +1 Power Point – Pursuing the Hood Take Waypoint Cargo Freighter. Follow the map marker and defeat the Hood. Exit to Avenger’s Tower.
1) +5 Spirit – Snakes in the Grass Take Waypoint Bamboo Forest. Find Poison Glade Entrance which should be to your northeast and enter it. Follow the map marker, destroy the Prime Serpent Idol and defeat Kullen Gar the Ritual Lord. Bodyslide out of there.
1) Retcon Device – Corruption in Blue Take Waypoint Upper East Side. Find Police Rooftop whch should be to your immediate northwest. Follow the map marker and defeat Bullseye. Talk to Detective Jean Dewolff and head back to Waypoint. Skip this quest unless you actually need retcons, otherwise it will just take up STASH space.
2) +1 Power Point – The Kingpin Falls Take Waypoint Fisk Tower. Follow the map marker and defeat Kingpin. Acquire Tablet of Life and Time. Exit to Avenger’s Tower and talk to Maria Hill. At this point in time you will be turning in both Hood and Kingpin quests. You could turn them in separately in between missions but it’s faster to just turn them in all at once.
1) +50 Health -Purification Crusade Take Waypoint Old Trainyard. Follow the map marker and defeat Juggernaut. Exit to Xavier’s School.
1) +5 Spirit – Stryker Under Siege Take Waypoint Command Bunker. Follow the map marker and defeat Pyro, unlocking the portal. Then defeat Magneto and talk to William Stryker. Exit to Xavier’s School.
1) +1 Power Point – Infestation Most Vile Take Waypoint SHIELD Science Station. Enter SHIELD Science Station (PMZ), defeat Brood Hybrids for 3 Brood Biomass, collect notes, manufacture cure and release through vents. Head back to Waypoint.
2) +50 Health – Mutate Genesis Take Waypoint Mutate Marsh. Find Evolution Facility which is a blue portal into a cave. Enter Evolution Facility and make your way through. There are no map markers here so you just have to look around for the right path. There 2 descending, twisting paths you will have to pass by on your way to the actual facility so look for those as checkpoints. Destroy the GeneMod Device, unlocking the portal. Note that the Genemod Device is around the entrance and doesn’t appear on your mini-map. Defeat Bonereaver and bodyslide out of there.
3) 2 Hour +50% Experience Boost – A Sinister Plan Take Waypoint Sinister Lab. Delete Mutant Genome Database to create a map marker to follow. You can just skip this part and search for the portal if you don’t want to bother with clearing out the trash. It’s not that hard to find, but map marker does help if you think you will get lost easily. Defeat Sinister and free Bishop. Exit to Xavier’s School and talk to Professor Xavier. At this point in time you will be turning in Juggernaut, Magneto and Sinister quests. You could turn them in separately in between missions but it’s faster to just turn them in all at once.
1) +5 Spirit – Smash HYDRA! Take Waypoint Hydra Island. Follow the map marker and defeat Mandarin. Exit to SHIELD Helicarrier and talk to Nick Fury.
1) +1 Power Point – A Frosty Reception Take Waypoint Ancient Ruins Site. Find Asgard, which should be to your immediate northwest. If you miss it you are blind. A cut scene will play which you have to experience to activate the quest, essentially, it means you can’t be lazy and just teleport to your party member in Asgard directly. Enter Asgard and talk to Heimdall. Bodyslide out of there.
2) +5 Spirit – City Under Siege/Throne of Deceit Take Waypoint Lower Asgard. Find Canals of Asgard. If the To Unmask Malekith event is active, you will have to fight an event version of Malekith to unlock the portal which takes pretty long so you might want to use a geared character for the battle provided you’re on Superheroic difficulty. Otherwise, just enter Canals of Asgard. Follow the map marker and defeat Malekith. Talk to Malekith, exit to Odin’s Palace, talk to Volstagg and defeat Loki. Exit to Odin’s Palace and talk to Volstagg.
Congratulations, you’ve acquired all the worthwhile rewards from the story quest line, 4 Power Points, 125 Health and 20 Spirit. Now just repeat it 2 more times in the other difficulty modes for a grand total of 12 Power Points, 375 Health and 60 Spirit.
Hi everyone! This is a guide for eternity splinters, very important loot in this game. New players will find most benefit in this, but it may also be used as a reference for others.
First off, if you just began the game, you’re probably wondering what in Nick Fury’s nostril am I talking about. Well, eternity splinters are an in game currency used to purchase new heroes to play as and various upgrades. They are the only way to expand your roster (besides giveaways) other than Gs.
How to Obtain
Eternity splinters will drop from all enemies except grays. You can tell what rating the mob is by viewing the solid color on the far right of the enemy’s nameplate. Every ~8 minutes, as long as you’re fighting, a splinter will drop. However, by increasing your hero’s SIF (special item find), there will be a high chance of splinters occasionally dropping in packs of two, five, or even the rare ten pack.
Where to Spend Your Splinters
In every hub area, there is a vendor named Adam Warlock. Speak with him to access the splinter shop.
Below is a chart of each hero and their corresponding splinter value. It will be updated as necessary.
Black Widow 200 Splinters
Daredevil 200 Splinters
Hawkeye 200 Splinters
Scarlet Witch 200 Splinters
Storm 200 Splinters
Taskmaster 200 Splinters
Thing 200 Splinters
Black Panther 400 Splinters
Cable 400 Splinters
Captain America 400 Splinters
Colossus 400 Splinters
Cyclops 400 Splinters
Emma Frost 400 Splinters
Gambit 400 Splinters
Hulk 400 Splinters
Human Torch 400 Splinters
Invisible Woman 400 Splinters
Jean Grey 400 Splinters
Loki 400 Splinters
Luke Cage 400 Splinters
Moon Knight 400 Splinters
Mr. Fantastic 400 Splinters
Ms. Marvel 400 Splinters
Nightcrawler 400 Splinters
Psylocke 400 Splinters
Punisher 400 Splinters
Rocket Raccoon 400 Splinters
Silver Surfer 400 Splinters
Squirrel Girl 400 Splinters
Star-Lord 400 Splinters
Thor 400 Splinters
Wolverine 400 Splinters
Deadpool 600 Splinters
Dr. Strange 600 Splinters
Ghost Rider 600 Splinters
Iron Man 600 Splinters
Spider-Man 600 Splinters
Team-Ups are non-playable heroes that can fight alongside you and provide passive bonuses. Much like companions in other MMOs, summoning a team-up can give you the edge you need in battle. Luckily, G’s aren’t the only way to earn these partners. Below is a list of all team-ups and their corresponding splinter value. It will be updated as necessary. Any marked with a * have not been released yet and are subject to change.
Of course, that’s a lot of splinters. From other players’ experiences and my own, here are some Eternity Splinter farming tips:
Go to Midtown Manhattan. Reports have shown that the drop rates are higher here and there are frequent mobs and bosses.
Purchase gear with +Special Item Find. As stated above, this will increase the likelihood that splinters will drop in packs of two, five, or ten.
If you are good at multitasking, try the AFK (away from keyboard) method. Head out into an area with enemies, grab a splinter, then set a timer for 8 minutes. Do other things until the timer goes off, then come back and grab another splinter, then repeat.
Don’t fixate on what you’re doing. If you check your splinter count every time you pick one up, it will seem like you are earning them very slowly. When you want time to fly, the worst thing to do is to look at the clock.
A way to avoid fixating is to set another objective. It could be to earn a few level-ups, or find some Uniques. By the time you’ve made some progress on this goal, you’ll have picked up a fair amount of splinters without realizing it too much.
Don’t fight alone! Marvel Heroes is an MMO, which is fancy code for multiplayer makes it better. Get together with some friends (it is not recommended that you get in a group, however, because this could cause you to miss out on splinters) and crush those villains! It’s always more fun to combine many powers and strategies than to go around alone like a guy who works in an ice cream truck that no kids are buying ice cream from as you drive around the block 62.5 times. (Odd simile #55)
NEVER EVER HAVE FUN. IF YOU DO, YOU SHALL BE INSTANTLY EXECUTED.
I hope at least someone will find this guide helpful. Thanks for your time, and happy farming!
Hi there! Having seen various questions ingame and on forums, I thought I’d post my little guide on how to create the best farming hero in the game. This is not a thread to discuss the validity of farming ingame. If you don’t like farming, if you are anti-rif/sif stacking, this is not for you. You don’t have to read this thread. Also, this thread is about providing a guide about maxing the utility stats and farming, not getting max raid dummy times or the like. The gear information can also be applied to other heroes, hence it being posted here, not on Rogue subforums. Housekeeping sorted, let’s begin.
Why should you listen to me?
Currently, with only 2300 Omega points, my unbuffed Rogue’s stats with gear are: Damage: 2884 RiF:305% SiF: 162% Credit find: +120 Exp: 250 per mob (And thats on top of the hero synergy bonus exp, which can scale up to 200%)
Also when More Cowbell is active: RiF: 73.5% SiF: +20% Credit Find: +73
If this sounds decent to you, then please stay and I will explain how I achieved that.
To some people, farming is going solo and killing the same terminal boss over and over. This is not really effective, unless you are after that boss’s specific drops. For that method, you will need a single target build which does not help you in xdef/holo sim/patrol zones – particularly Industry City. Industry City’s zone specific artifacts and uniques can also be found in the Reward Box which can potentially drop from any mob, if you have high SiF/complete more stages.
So when looking at farming – imho – you want a hero with lots of AOE (to tag as many mobs as possible in Patrol zones/etc) and also good Rare Item Find (rif)/ Special Item Find (sif) passives. Of the current roster, we have Gambit (his Sticky Fingers gives a small bonus to rif & credit find), Luke Cage (His Business is Good gives a small bonus to credit find), Rocket Raccoon (Razor Sharp Wits gives small bonus to RiF) and Rogue who has potentially four powers to spec for rif/sif/credit find.
For farming purposes, if you choose to go with rogue, you want to focus on maxing:
Loot Hoarder & Superior Healing Factor – self explained.
More Cowbell is an active support skill used just before the boss is dead.
Criminal Mastermind – Gives Spirit and Credit find. Personally, I feel this is just a one point skill, points are better off invested elsewhere. It scales up nicely from the increased skills on gear.
Also consider Superior Healing“offers small RiF plus health regen.
Rogue has a variety of offensive options but those come down to personal preference. Although, for farming purposes I would recommend aoe abilities with a low cooldown – even if you decide to use a different hero than Rogue for farming. Here is my build – yes I am aware that some people disagree with my choices (as seen further down in the thread), I’m not here to discuss dps, merely farming. Feel free to pick your own offensive skills, I’m going with a ranged focus for now.
Go here for the power tree setup: Detailed power tree link is HERE!!
Gear -Work in Progress-
Slotting in gear primarily focused on increasing rif/sif. You might have a hero specific unique/cosmic that has a better rif/sif rating than the ones listed here and that’s what you should prioritize.
• Slot 1
White Rabbit’s Umbrella
• Slot 2
Midtown Patrol Vest
• Slot 4
Aunt May’s Cane if you are desperate for SiF…I went with Rogue’s slot 4
I would recommend enchanting your gear with exp, not rarity. Will explain why in the Omega section.
Uru: BiS is Vice, but that has materials that are costly/hard to get, The Cow King’s Gift is pretty decent. If you can’t get that either, I recommend Brigand’s Fortune as it’s also good for leveling, pre-60
Insignia: Doop Insignia is BiS. A cosmic one is even better. If you don’t have it, a tony stark insignia will do for farming purposes.
Legendary: Pot of Gold (my pick) or Big Kahuna.
There’s Golden Arrows of Cupid & Lunar Fireworks to apply a buff every 2 hrs and then swap out. So you still have 4 free slots. If you are using Rogue and the sif/rif/credit skills, then any increases to skill points equals increases to sif/rif/credit. However small, all increases do add up.
Idol of Konshu This rather disliked artifact is actually rather good if you are swapping between melee and ranged, so the bonus is always up plus the increase to those all important sif/rif powers.
Midtown Patrol Badge If there’s one artifact that’s hated more than Idol its the Patrol Badge! But this artifact gives plus one to all powers and has increased chance to drop medkits, which can now be auto-looted, which means more credits for you! Win! Win!
Festivus Pole The miracle it refers to is a credit drop. The rest of artifact favors a physical hero, so I don’t use this.
There’s other artifacts that give plus one to all skills, like advanced meta, normal meta, amulet of agamotto, Oculus Oroboro and Jewel of Yggdrasil.
Medallion: Doop, if not doop then Kingpin. Some people might say Moleman with a +2 intelligence for exp, but that seems wasteful to me because that medal is fairly rare.
Synergies: Pretty self explanatory. Gambit, Deadpool, Cyclops are a must for a farming hero, the rest are up to you.
First off, I’d recommend to anyone – farming build or normal damage build etc- if your omega points are under a thousand, then invest in exp nodes until you get past that point. The more exp bonus you have, the faster you earn omegas. Under a thousand omega points isn’t enough to make much of a difference to other nodes.
Omega nodes tend to scale upwards in cost as you keep investing in them, so it’s not worthwhile maxing out exp nodes, unless you have a large amount of omega points. That’s why I favor putting exp buffs on my gear, not rarity.
Best nodes for buffing exp: Clairsentience, Microsurgery Experimental Robotics. If you want more exp nodes, there’s also Precognition, but it’s not that great.
@CitizenRon has brought up a great point: “If you’re looking for pure XP farming, another Omega to look into is Amadeus Cho, bottom right in Neural Enhancement. You sacrifice most of your Brutal Strike chance (25% of it to be exact) but in return you get 5 INT and 5% Crit Chance when maxed for about 550 Omegas. That totals up to +5% XP, +7.5% Crit Chance and +7.5% Crit Damage. If you’re using a level 60 for Farming Omega XP, I’m pretty sure that +5% XP is better than any Flat amount of XP you can get with other Omega abilities.”
Nodes for buffing RiF: Shield Supply Corps, Isogensis
Nodes for buffing SiF: Psychometry, Independant Archeology TaskForce – this one in particular is amazing because it’s the only place to increase the chance for relics to drop. If you have many heroes, then I would recommend maxing this one.
Worth considering: Legion. Although this node is expensive and proc based, those listed buffs are accumulative, scale nicely, and if you are using an AOE build hero, they do proc well enough. I like the idea of Rogue going insane from all the people she’s absorbed. XD
With a farming build in mind, here’s the suitable stats. The blue stat can give us one of the following:
• +5% RIF
• +3-5 credits per drop
• +5% more credits from cybernetics (raising to 6% total from 1%)
Yellow Tier: +1 to all powers is best for farming.
The rest is down to personal preference. A list for the remaining tiers can be found here.
If you are farming, it makes sense to have it set to passive and get the minor buffs. Also be mindful that there is teamup gear that can increase rif/sif/credit find and some of the better gear for those stats is blue, not purple. I don’t think it really matters which team up you choose to use, however if you have a selection of teamups to choose from, I would recommend one of the teamups with doubles, such as Spiderman & Black Spiderman, or Beta Ray Bill & Old Man Thor. These are basically the same team up, same skills just with a different skin/voice over so you only need one for your normal heroes.
Do red or cosmic terminals for better boss specific drops. Do legendary quests in Midtown when the Midtown Madness Event is on, rerolling them to stay in Midtown.
Try to be in groups as often as possible. Yes, that means the boss is higher health but more often than not, its quicker, especially if you snag an invite from someone in LFG, who is right at the boss. I can cycle from boss to boss this way. If you can’t find a group for the boss you want, be proactive and go to the boss and advertise that you are right at him.
Bounties in cosmic terminals are a nice bonus but I wouldn’t go out of my way to bother with them unless the loot is buffed from an event.
If you are going to be using a dedicated character for farming, then chances are a lot of that hero’s uniques will drop, so save the duplicates up for the 4 or 5 exchange category at the crafter.
Hopefully this little guide can help someone out there. If there’s stuff I’ve missed please let me know.
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I decided I’d start a guide to specific loot drops and try to keep it updated with current information with the help of the community. If you see anything that isn’t mentioned on this list just post the name of the item, who drops the item in what zone, and what Level you found it at and I’ll add it in. If people are curious about maximum rolls for these items (or others for that matter) they can refer to this page:
Guide: Specific Loot Drops
Most items in the game can be found from almost any enemy in any zone.
There are some items that can only be found on certain enemies or are more likely to be found on certain enemies or on certain days. This is a list of those items.
Taskmaster’s Fighting for Losers Guide — Drops from Taskmaster Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Taskmaster Institute). Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan.
White Suit Jacket — Drops from Kingpin Level 60 Green, Red & Cosmic terminals (Fisk Tower).
Advanced Circlet of Cyttorak — Drops from Juggernaut Level 60 Green, Red & Cosmic terminals (Church of Purification). Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan.
Black Tom’s Shillelagh — Drops from Juggernaut Level 60 Green, Red & Cosmic terminals (Church of Purification). Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan.
Magneto Was Right T-Shirt — Drops from Magneto Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Stryker Command Bunker). Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan.
Arnim Zola’s ESP Box – Only drops from Mandarin Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Hydra Island).
Mental Focus Headband — Only drops from M.O.D.O.K. Level 60 Green, Red & Cosmic terminals (A.I.M. Weapon Facility).
Hand of Doom — Only drops from Doctor Doom Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Castle Doom).
Mask of Doom — Only drops from Doctor Doom in Story Mode. Three difficulty levels – Normal (doesn’t say Normal), Heroic and Superheroic.
Gem of the Kursed — Drops from Kurse Level 50-60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Odin’s Palace). Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan. Can also drop from the lieutenants/bosses that fight alongside Kurse and Malekith in Midtown.
Sacred White Gorilla Necklace – Only drops from Level 60 Man-Ape (Vibranium Mines One-shot). Can also drop in Midtown Manhattan.
Hyde’s Formula – Drops from Mr. Hyde (Bronx Zoo One-shot and Industry City Patrol).
Lizard’s Formula – Drops from Lizard (Bronx Zoo One-shot and Industry City Patrol).
Zoo Gift Shop Figurines – Only drop from Bronx Zoo One-shot. 5 animals – Giraffe (Ranged), Monkey (Mental), Shark (Energy), Rhinoceros (Melee), and Polar Bear (Physical).
Hulkbuster Psychics Package – Only drops from Red Skull in March to Axis One-shot.
Danger’s AI Chip – Only drops in X-Defense at Levels 50-60.
Random’s Protoplasm – Only drops in X-Defense at Levels 35-60.
Hand of Nimrod – Only drops from bosses in Midtown Manhattan at Levels 55-60.
Midtown Patrol Badge – Only drops from enemies in Midtown Manhattan.
Spider-Clone Serum – Drops from Superior Spider-Clone or Mindless Titan in Industry City Patrol at Levels 55-60.
Essence of Dread – Drops from Mindless Titan or Superior Spider-Clone in Industry City Patrol.
Industry City Patrol Badge – Only drops from enemies in Industry City Patrol. There are 5 versions – Energy, Mental, Physical, Melee and Ranged.
The Omega Drive – Only drops during the Omega Event. There are 5 versions – Energy, Mental, Physical, Melee and Ranged.
Vibro-Shock Gauntlets — Drops from Shocker Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals(Abandoned Subway).
Mechanical Arms of Doctor Octopus — Drops anywhere with a slightly higher chance from Doctor Octopus Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Kingpin’s Warehouse).
Nisanti Boots — Drops from The Hood Level 60 Red & Cosmic (The Hood’s Hideout).
Ruby Topped Cane — Drops from any version of Kingpin at any Level.
Mask of Xorn — Drops from Magneto Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals(Stryker Command Bunker).
Mr. Sinister’s Cuirass — Drops from Mr. Sinister Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Sinister Lab). Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan. Can also drop from the Sinister Clones that fight alongside him in Midtown Manhattan.
Doomsday Chair — Drops from M.O.D.O.K. in Green, Red and Cosmic terminals at any Level.
Helm of Doom — Drops from Doctor Doom Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Castle Doom).
Latverian Monarch Cloak — Drops from Doctor Doom Level 60 Red & Cosmic terminals (Castle Doom).
Mask of Algrim — Drops from Kurse in Green, Red and Cosmic Terminals of any Level. Small chance of dropping in Midtown Manhattan. Can also drop from the lieutenants/bosses that fight alongside Kurse and Malekith in Midtown.
Spear of the White Gorilla Tribe — Only drops from Level 60 Man Ape. (Vibranium Mines one-shot) Can also drop in Midtown Manhattan.
Pelt of the Sacred White Gorilla — Only drops from Level 60 Man Ape. (Vibranium Mines one-shot) Can also drop in Midtown Manhattan.
Kraven’s Lion Vest — Kraven (Bronx Zoo one-shot and Industry City Patrol)
Cobra’s Hood — Mr. Hyde (Bronx Zoo one-shot and Industry City Patrol)
Kiss of the Viper — Madame Hydra (March to Axis one-shot)
Coat of the Skull — Red Skull (March to Axis one-shot)
The Dust of Death — Red Skull (March to Axis one-shot)
Fred Dawson’s Cap — Midtown Madness Fortune Card – Epic Tier (only on Midtown Mondays)
Midtown Guardian’s Signet — Midtown Madness Fortune Card – Rare Tier (only on Midtown Mondays)
Midtown Patrol Vest — Midtown Madness Fortune Card – Epic Tier (only on Midtown Mondays)
Batroc’s Savate Boots — Batroc (Industry City Patrol zone)
Kirigi’s Katana — Kirigi (Industry City Patrol zone)
Sanjaku-Tenugui — Kirigi (Industry City Patrol zone)
Industry City Signet — Only drops in Industry City Patrol zone. There are 5 versions – Energy, Mental, Physical, Melee and Ranged.
Completely Ordinary Cow Device — Drops from Brevik in Bovineheim.
High Commander’s Armor — Drops from Brevik in Bovineheim.
Horns of Bovine Wrath — Drops from Brevik in Bovineheim.
Midtown Manhattan Bosses — Have a small chance of dropping their respective boss Uniques at lower levels and Artifacts at levels 50-60.
Industry City Patrol Boxes — ICP boxes also have a chance to drop any Unique or Artifact exclusive to the area (Kirigi, Mindless Titan, Superior Spider-Man, and Batroc). This includes the rings.
Cosmic Terminals — Have a slightly higher chance of dropping boss specific items compared to other terminals. The bounty chests in cosmic terminals also have a chance of dropping boss specific loot.
Surtur Rune — Drops in Muspelheim Raid. Highest Chance from Surtur himself.
Moon Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Mondays.
Tyr Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Tuesdays.
Odin Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Wednesdays.
Thor Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Thursdays.
Frigga Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Fridays.
Saturn Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Saturdays.
Sun Rune — Drops anywhere, with higher chance to drop on Sundays.
Zod Rune — They do exist… Not sure if there is a circumstance surrounding them or not yet.
Unstoppable Force — Drops from Juggernaut in Red and Cosmic terminals.
God of Mischief — Drops from Loki on superheroic difficulty of Story Mode.
If you need help determining best-in-slot items, try this page: