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Heirlooms are an ultra-rare set of cosmetic items in Apex Legends.

A new Heirloom Set is released in each Collection Event, except for the Anniversary Icon.svg Anniversary Collection Event where Heirloom Shards 150 were offered instead. During the Collection Event, the Heirloom Set can be obtained by collecting all 24 items of the event's collection set. Once the Collection Event is over, the Heirloom Set is moved into the Heirloom Store where it can be purchased using shards.

Information[]

Each Apex Pack Icon.svg Apex Pack has a less than 1%[1] chance of dropping 150 Heirloom Shards.svg Heirloom Shards, which can then be used in the Heirloom Store to buy an Heirloom Set of choice. A pack that contains Heirloom Shards is not consumed after being opened.

If a player opens 499 packs without getting any shards, Heirloom Shards 150 is guaranteed on the 500th pack. However, more shards cannot be acquired if all Heirloom Sets are already owned.

When a player knocks someone or gets a kill with an heirloom, the usual "[Melee]" in the kill feed is replaced with "[<Heirloom name> Melee]" (except for Too Much Witt where "[Mirage Statue Melee]" appears instead).

Heirloom Sets[]

Wraith's Set[]

Wraith's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Fearless
  • A Melee Weapon Skin: Kunai - A black kunai with a glowing purple edge. Also causes small portals to appear with any melee attack.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "You know what I look like - come find me."

This set was available since the game's launch.

Bloodhound's Set[]

Bloodhound's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Glory Hound
  • A Melee Weapon Skin: Raven's Bite - An axe with raven detailing and a glowing red edge.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "I honor those who've risen, not those who've fallen."

This set was made available during the Iron Crown Icon.svg Iron Crown Collection Event for Apex Coins 3,500 after completing the Iron Crown Collection set.

Lifeline's Set[]

Lifeline's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Shock Sticks
  • A Melee Weapon Skin: Shock Sticks - A pair of defibrillator drumsticks with Lifeline deco on it. Also causes lightning sparks when swinging.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "Check yo self - or wreck yo self. (laugh)"

This set was made available during the Fight or Fright Icon.svg Fight or Fright Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Fight or Fright Collection set was given this automatically.

Pathfinder's Set[]

Pathfinder's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Lights Out
  • A Melee Weapon Skin: Boxing Gloves - A pair of blue boxing gloves with screens on them, depicting Pathfinder’s emotions from the screen in his chest. Screen changes to a heart-face emoji when running.
  • A Kill Quip Icon.svg Kill Quip: "Did you see how great I was? I did all kinds of really amazing moves... are you listening?"

This set was made available during the Holo-Day Bash Icon.svg Holo-Day Bash Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Holo-Day Bash Collection set was given this automatically.

Octane's Set[]

Octane's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Spin and Flick
  • A Melee weapon skin: Butterfly Knife - A butterfly knife filled with Octane's signature Stim, and a needle that can inject it into his body.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "Run fast. Hit fast. Win fast."

This set was made available during the System Override Icon.svg System Override Collection Event. Anyone who completed the System Override Collection set was given this automatically.

Mirage's Set[]

Mirage's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: You Really Love Me
  • A Melee weapon skin: Too Much Witt - A golden trophy of himself for "Best Competitor in a Battle Royale - Based on skill, but mostly looks."
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "Excited to see you all in the ring. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of ‘mes’ to go around."

This set was made available during the Lost Treasures Icon.svg Lost Treasures Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Lost Treasures Collection set was given this automatically.

Caustic's Set[]

Caustic's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Hammer Time
  • A Melee weapon skin: Death Hammer - A two-handed hammer with a skull at the back equipped with Nox gas, which emit when hitting.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "I look forward to getting my hands on you."

This set was made available during the Aftermarket Icon.svg Aftermarket Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Aftermarket Collection set was given this automatically.

Gibraltar's Set[]

Gibraltar's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Like a Rock
  • A Melee weapon skin: War Club - A hatchet with glowing fire-like elements given to Gibraltar from his ex-boyfriend, Nik.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "When this is over, they'll all know the name 'Gibraltar.'"

This set was made available during the Fight Night Icon.svg Fight Night Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Fight Night Collection set was given this automatically.

Bangalore's Set[]

Bangalore's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: No Gun, No Problem
  • A Melee weapon skin: Cold Steel - A Pilot's knife with glowing gold elements.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "Hope you're not afraid to get your hands dirty"

This set was made available during the Chaos Theory Icon.svg Chaos Theory Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Chaos Theory Collection set was given this automatically.

Revenant's Set[]

Revenant's Heirloom Set.

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: No Escape
  • A Melee weapon skin: Dead Man's Curve - A two-handed scythe with an extendable blade that glows. Also creates particles when hitting.
  • An Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "You don't want to see this up close, skin bag."

This set was made available during the Genesis Icon.svg Genesis Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Genesis Collection set was given this automatically.

Rampart's Set[]

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Wrench In Your Plan
  • A Melee weapon skin: Problem Solver - An electric wrench with a gumball dispenser.
  • A Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "I make things by hand, and kill things by hand."

This set was introduced during the Evolution Icon.svg Evolution Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Evolution Collection set was given this automatically.

Wattson's Set[]

The set contains:

  • A Banner Pose: Handled With Care
  • A Melee weapon skin: Energy Reader
  • A Intro Quip Icon.svg Intro Quip: "Try as you might, you can't Kilowatt...son."

This set was introduced during the Raiders Icon.svg Raiders Collection Event. Anyone who completed the Raiders Collection set was given this automatically.

Release order[]

In general, 1 Heirloom Set is released per season, meaning the number of Heirloom Sets is consistently 7 or 8 behind the number of Legends. However, the order of new Heirloom Sets does not necessarily have to follow the Legend release order. According to former game director Chad Grenier, the order is largely based on which Heirloom idea generates the most excitement among the team.[2]

Legend Release order Heirloom order Wait duration
Portrait Bloodhound square.png Bloodhound 01–08 Original 1–8 02 2 190 days
Portrait Gibraltar square.png Gibraltar 08 8 701 days
Portrait Lifeline square.png Lifeline 03 3 253 days
Portrait Pathfinder square.png Pathfinder 04 4 311 days
Portrait Wraith square.png Wraith 01 1 0 days
Portrait Bangalore square.png Bangalore 09 9 764 days
Portrait Caustic square.png Caustic 07 7 610 days
Portrait Mirage square.png Mirage 06 6 505 days
Portrait Octane square.png Octane 09 9 05 5 350 days
Portrait Wattson square.png Wattson 10 12 889 days
Portrait Crypto square.png Crypto 11
Portrait Revenant square.png Revenant 12 10 511 days
Portrait Loba square.png Loba 13
Portrait Rampart square.png Rampart 14 11 392 days
Portrait Horizon square.png Horizon 15
Portrait Fuse square.png Fuse 16
Portrait Valkyrie square.png Valkyrie 17
Portrait Seer square.png Seer 18
Portrait Ash square.png Ash 19

History[]


Trivia[]

  • Some Legends are shown obtaining their Heirlooms in their Stories from the Outlands.
  • The Kunai has "QUIETO" written on it. The meaning is an Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish word that means "still" or "Quiet".
  • Mirage wears his goggles if he equips Too Much Witt.
    • He also occasionally hits his opponents with a pork chop or does an eye poke while attacking.
    • The trophy's description is a reference to the live-action performance that happened during The Game Awards of 2019.[3]
  • In one of Death Hammer's weapon inspections, a spider, Scarabaeidae Arachnia, appears. The toxic substance used in Caustic's Nox Gas Trap.svg Nox Gas Trap and Nox Gas Grenade.svg Nox Gas Grenade is harvested from this spider.[4] The spider also appears during the Fight or Fright Icon.svg Fight or Fright events.
  • Heirloom is also a rarity, the highest one in the game. In addition to Heirloom Shards.svg Heirloom Shards and Heirloom Sets, the following items are Heirloom rarity: Supply Drop weapons, Treasure Pack Icon.svg Treasure Packs, Vault Key.svg Vault Keys, and the Level 5 Evo Shield.svg Evo Shield.
    • After Forge's death in "Up Close and Personal", his death box appeared in the Sorting Factory in World's Edge, where the interview took place. Players could loot the death box for a limited time "Steel Cut" Commemorative Charm. However, the charm's rarity was downgraded to Epic after picking it up.
    • A heart container was placed throughout various locations on World's Edge and Olympus in late Season 9. Players could interact with the heart container for a short animation and a quick teaser at Seer's ability logos. 3 limited time "Bespoke Micro-Drone" Commemorative Charms would then spawn on the floor in place of the heart container. All players can only pick up one "Bespoke Micro-Drone" Commemorative Charm each. However, the charm's rarity is downgraded to Epic after picking it up.
  • The War Club inspect animations include an inspection where Gibraltar looks at his gun shield, which is the first time a Legend has inspected an item other than their Heirloom when having the Heirloom equipped.
  • Pathfinder's Heirloom set is the only one that contains a Kill Quip instead of an Intro Quip.
  • The Problem Solver has an attack animation that lets Rampart hit enemies with Octane's prosthetic leg. This is the only animation that borrows a part of another Legend.

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