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I've always felt it in my blood. I am a thief. And a good one at that. It was the only way I felt true to myself. And those same feelings grew into opportunity. I honed my skills, and enhanced my methods. With success came wealth, power, and friendship. I was the best, and everyone knew it. But something was always missing.
Translocating Thief
Real Name Loba Andrade
Gender Female
Age 34
Home World None
Legend Type Support.svg Support
Tactical Ability Burglar's Best Friend.svg Burglar's Best Friend
Passive Ability Eye for Quality.svg Eye for Quality
Ultimate Ability Black Market Boutique.svg Black Market Boutique
Real-world Info
Voice Actor Fryda Wolff

Loba is a Legend that was introduced in Season 5.svg Season 5 that is locked from the base game. She can be unlocked using digital currency: either Legend Tokens 12,000 or Apex Coins 750, or by buying the Champion Edition.

A Support.svg Support Legend specializing in getting the highest quality loot. Her tactical ability Burglar's Best Friend.svg Burglar's Best Friend allows her to throw a bracelet that teleports her to wherever it lands. Her passive Eye for Quality.svg Eye for Quality causes her to see and ping Purple and Gold-tier loot through walls. Her ultimate ability Black Market Boutique.svg Black Market Boutique places a pillar that allows any player that interacts with it to teleport ammunition and up to two items from the surrounding area directly into their inventory.


Burglar's Best Friend[]

Burglar's Best Friend.svg Tactical Q/LB/L1/LB
Burglar's Best Friend
Description Teleport to hard-to-reach places or escape trouble quickly by throwing your jump drive bracelet.
Cooldown 30 seconds

  • Throws Loba's bracelet and immediately teleports her to its landing spot.
  • While the bracelet is in midair, you can force it to drop straight down.
  • The max distance that the bracelet can be thrown varies based on the following:
    • 71 meters if you're on normal ground levels which is the standard distance.
    • 100+ meters if you're on high ground places such as towers or buildings, maxing out the distance.
  • Upon activation, it cannot be canceled (excludes other Legends abilities that can cancel the bracelet) and you'll go where the bracelet lands.
  • Can be thrown up to 20 meters.
  • If the bracelet is thrown off the edge of the map, or into an out-of-bounds area, it'll return to Loba without starting the cooldown.
  • Can be used while on ziplines or jump pads.

  • The bracelet's distance can be extended by bouncing it off a Launch Pad.svg Launch Pad. This does not work if you are too close to the pad; you'll just teleport right on top of it.
  • Silence.svg Silence can cancel the teleport while the bracelet is in midair.
  • The bracelet can hit a Surveillance Drone.svg Surveillance Drone and teleport you to it, even though the drone is not solid ground.
  • Wraith's Dimensional Rift.svg Dimensional Rift will cancel the bracelet's effect if it's in midair and the portal is taken at the same time.
  • It will not go inside a Gibraltar's Dome of Protection.svg Dome of Protection but will instead bounce off the dome.

  • Note that if you throw from standstill or walk, you cannot run; but if thrown while running, you will keep running and can slide.
  • There is a brief animation that plays after you get teleported before you can use your weapon, plan accordingly.
  • Teleport behind an enemy to attack them by surprise.
  • Use the ability again while the bracelet is mid air to force it down behind cover, or other advantageous positions.
  • Don't forget that you can throw the bracelet through windows and small gaps in walls.
  • The bracelet's sound effects are very loud and its trail is visible to everyone so enemies can be notified that you're nearby, so be cautious when using.
  • Climbing will cancel the animation of the bracelet. Used at the right time, this can save you a second.

  • Occasionally, the bracelet can get glitched and stop working after taking Wraith's Dimensional Rift.svg Dimensional Rift. Once it gets glitched, it can only be fixed by using the Black Market Boutique.svg Black Market Boutique, which will somehow undo the bug.
  • Under rare circumstances, if Loba gets hit by a melee attack at the same time her bracelet touches a surface, she'll teleport the enemy that was meleeing her along with her.
  • Aiming with a Peacekeeper, Wingman or Prowler Burst PDW directly after using the bracelet causes a visual glitch (that last if still aiming with the Peacekeeper).
  • Sometimes the bracelet will not teleport Loba but rather return back to her.
  • There are multiple exploitable spots on all maps that are accessible by the bracelet, especially on World's Edge.
  • The bracelet can teleport the player inside some structures with no way out.
    • Also, when thrown between two objects, mainly generators on buildings, the bracelet will teleport them inside the building rather than outside. This is most prominent on World's Edge.

  • Eye for Quality[]

    Eye for Quality.svg Passive
    Eye for Quality
    Description Nearby epic and legendary loot can be seen through walls. The range is the same as Black Market Boutique.svg Black Market Boutique.

    • Range is 112.5 meters.
    • Can ping items through obstacles, inside supply bins, and even Care Packages.
      • Ping range is 12 meters; optics can extend the range.
    • Includes Heirloom items.
    • Loot ticks and Death Boxes cannot be seen through obstacles even if they contain epic or legendary loot.

  • Use this passive ability to inform your squadmates about the location of loot in the area.
  • If you see an item disappear you can use this information to know that enemies are in the area.

  • Sometimes, Loba can't see contents in an unopened Care Package even though it's within her range.

  • Black Market Boutique[]

    Black Market Boutique.svg Ultimate Z/LB+RB/L1+R1/LB+RB
    Black Market Boutique
    Description Place a portable device that allows you to teleport nearby loot to your inventory. Each friendly or enemy Legend can take up to two items.
    Charge time 2 minutes

    • Loba starts every match with her ultimate 50% charged.
    • After placing down the Black Market Boutique, it takes about 4.5 seconds before it can be accessed.
      • When it finishes setting up, it releases a large pulse that enemies can see.
    • After setup, any player can hold down E/X/Square to interact with it, opening a menu similar to accessing Death Boxes from which each player can take up to two items.
      • The range of the Black Market is a 112.5-meter radius cylinder (unlimited vertical) visible to Loba and her squad on the minimap.
      • Items within the range will hover off the ground slightly when a player is using it.
      • There is a glimpse of a teleport trail back to the Black Market each time a player takes an item from it.
      • Full stacks of Ammo and Health Kits will be taken when selected.
      • Ammo has no maximum limit and does not take up space towards the two items' allowed limit.
      • Squadmates' banner cards cannot be retrieved.
      • Treasure Pack Icon.svg Treasure Packs for the season's Quest can be retrieved if the user has not collected their daily one.
    • The Black Market has 100 health and can block doors.
    • Loba can collapse her own Black Market by pressing the Character Utility Button H/Down/Down instead of interacting with it. Deploying a new Black Market will collapse the old Black Market.

  • Ultimate Accelerant.svg Ultimate Accelerants only charge 20% for the Black Market Boutique, as opposed to the normal 35%.
  • When multiple copies of the same item are available, taking one will pull the farthest one from the Black Market.
  • It cannot loot the contents of randomized loot sources like Loot Ticks, Cargo Bots, or Loot MRVNs.
  • Supply Bins and Care Packages can be looted from even when closed, and open automatically when an item is looted from them.
  • Deathboxes from Flyers must be dropped before they can be looted.
  • Loba herself can take one item from locked Vaults, Bloodhound's Trials compartments and Vend-it Machines on World's Edge, locked Caustic Treatment compartments on Kings Canyon, and the locked Icarus Bridge on Olympus. Items that can be looted this way will show a lock icon on the right side of the item button and will ask for your confirmation before looting that item. Doing this immediately destroys the Black Market and sounds a loud alarm from the room that can be heard at a distance.
    • The Black Market will be immediately destroyed regardless of how many items were taken from it beforehand.
    • The destruction of the Black Market this way also does a small amount of damage to Loba, and if health is low enough, can knock her down.
  • Because it will always try to pull a full inventory stack, Wattson can take two Ultimate Accelerant.svg Ultimate Accelerants while only using one slot. Fuse can do the same with grenades.
  • Pathfinder's Grappling Hook.svg Grappling Hook can attach to the Black Market.

  • Due to its range being cylindical instead of spherical, place it in place with cover instead of places that are exposed.
  • The Black Market, in effect, function as a loot radar. As such, placing it well and frequent will helps make your teammate loot less by showing what is (and is not) available; even if their desired loot is available, they may no longer have the need to deviate from the team.
  • Give your squadmates time to loot before retrieving the Black Market Boutique.
    • If your squadmates need a certain type of loot and you don't need anything, you can take the item(s) for them and drop them.
  • An alternative way of considering the black market is that it allows your teammates to grab what they need from safe places.
    • For example, given that your team is bunkering in a building, with fights all over, and a bunch of death box nearby; the black market allows teammates to acquire necessary resources to continue the fight, instead of having teammate go into dangerous area to grab what they need.
  • When being used, items in the Black Market's range float off the ground. Be wary of enemies using this information against you.
  • Battle Royale
    • If your squad is already geared, one option to use the Black Market for is to drop your current purple/gold/red Body Shield.svg Armor and take another high tier shield from the area. Be careful when doing this method as the Market will list the armor that you've dropped nearby.
    • Before looting a locked item from a Vault or a Bloodhound's Trials compartment, make sure your squad is finished using the Black Market since it will be destroyed immediately after looting the locked item, regardless of how many items were taken from it beforehand.
    • When going to third-party fights, use the Market to steal their loot before fighting them.
    • Using the Market is great after using a MapIcon Respawn Beacon.png Respawn Beacon or Mobile Respawn Beacon.svg Mobile Respawn Beacon so your revived squadmate(s) can quickly gear back up.
    • If your squad finishes a fight near the edge of a Ring that is about to close, you can deploy a Black Market to quickly loot what you need such as shield swaps, healing items, and ammo, then run towards the safe zone as soon as possible.
    • The Black Market can also grab loot outside of the Ring, which becomes more valuable in later Rings when their damage is high.
    • You can use the Black Market to loot the contents of a Supply Ship before it lands at its random destination on the map MapIcon Supply Ship Landing Spot.png.
    • Try saving a Black Market as the late-game approaches, as its range will be able to cover a large part of the remaining space in later rings.
      • In later rings, you can use the Black Market to pull all the nearby ammo into one spot so that enemies can't restock their supplies. This is especially useful when playing with defensive characters who can defend the ammo stockpile.
    • Place this ultimate early in the round so you can loot the Supply Bins before enemies can get to them first.
    • Leave one slot unused so that when the Care Package lands, you can take a weapon from it without putting yourself in harm's way.
      • If you're not taking any weapons, you can also steal all the ammo from it so enemies that do want the weapons only get one magazine's worth of shots.
    • Since this ult can be so easily used to grab Shield Batteries and Medkits, Loba herself doesn't need to purchase them.

  • When the bug that prevents the player from looting Death Boxes occurs, this bug also makes it so nothing can be taken out of the Black Market Boutique. When this happens, players cannot ping items or acknowledge teammates' pings, and any items that players attempt to take will appear to be taken, only for them to reappear in the black market.
  • Occasionally, in the Firing Range, you can hear the sound of a player looting a Black Market or collapsing it, even if there are no Black Markets in your realm.

  • Lore[]

    When Loba was nine, she looked on as simulacrum hitman Revenant killed her family. Left with nothing, Loba survived by picking pockets. As her skills improved, Loba used every tool at her disposal to lift herself from the gutter. Everything changed when she broke into a supposedly impenetrable facility and got her hands on the Jump Drive tech stored inside. With her new teleportation bracelet, the most secure and unattainable items were within her reach. So was her dream of living the high life.

    Rumors spread across the Outlands: if you wanted something valuable -and well guarded- Loba’s who you go to. She was almost able to put her past behind her. But when Revenant joined the Games, her past catapulted into her future. Desperate to find a way to kill him, she sabotaged a facility full of Revenant bodies, bringing Skull Town and Thunderdome crashing down in the process. However, she learned it was just one of many such factories hidden across the Frontier. Now, she’s joined the Games to find a way to end him for good. It doesn’t hurt that the Arenas are brimming with treasures just waiting to be plucked.

    Revenge will come, if fortune favors her. In the meantime, some shiny things have caught her eye.


    Loba Andrade was born to professional thieves Marcos and Alanza Andrade in 2699. Loba had no home planet growing up - she often traveled with her parents as they went on their escapades, learning the trade from two masters. [1]

    Season 4 Launch Trailer[]

    In 2708, Marcos stole from a rich client, one who was not too keen on losing things. [2] He then surprised his wife and daughter with a dinner at Tenmei, an expensive and prestigious restaurant in Psamathe’s floating city of Olympus. He additionally surprised Loba with a silver sculpture of a wolf’s head, which would later adorn the top of her Black Market Staff.

    Unbeknownst to the Andrade family, Marcos’s latest victim placed a heavy bounty on him through the Mercenary Syndicate. The Syndicate sent the simulacrum hitman Revenant to dispose of Marcos. Climbing the tower, he broke through Tenmei’s windows and began slaughtering guards. Marcos attempted to escort his family to safety, but Alanza was killed after shooting at Revenant out of panic with a discarded P2020.

    Marcos is able to place Loba in the safety of an elevator, but is then murdered by Revenant and dropped down the elevator shaft. Loba, safe and alone at the bottom of the building, mourned her father’s corpse. [3]

    Legacy of a Thief[]

    Loba, now an orphan, was placed into a new family through the foster system, but remained empty inside. To fill the void, she became a thief, with her skill growing to equal that of her parents, if not greater. During one of her heists, she looted a jump drive from a Hammond Robotics laboratory, later fashioning it into a portable bracelet. During another, she rescued a man named Jaime, with him becoming her partner in crime.

    For most of her life, she was able to repress the memory of Revenant, until Jaime found that he had become the newest competitor in the Apex Games. With her trauma rising to the surface, she swore revenge in that moment. [4]

    Season 5 Launch Trailer[]

    Loba and Jaime researched Revenant, finding that duplicates of him were being stored in a facility beneath Kings Canyon. She entered this maze-like facility, where she soon encountered a hangar with hundreds of copies of his skeleton-like chassis. At a console in the center, she additionally found his “source code,” the preserved remains of his human head. In the heat of the moment, she shot the head to end Revenant for good. However, these bullets were deflected, and the head was teleported to another facility on Psamathe.

    Loba was then confronted by the facility’s automated security systems, which deployed Spectre units to intercept her. Using her Black Market Staff to steal one’s R-301 Carbine, she fought back and detonated a charge, destroying the facility.

    Coincidentally, this occurred at the same time as an Apex Games match. Climbing out of the ruins, she was met by the other Legends. She shot Revenant [5] and was immediately apprehended by Bangalore. Two dropships then arrived - one containing a platoon of Specters and Jacob Young, a representative of the Mercenary Syndicate; and the other containing Cheryl Amacci, the head of Hammond Robotics’ legal team, and her assistant, Yoko Zepnewski. [6] After a brief conversation, Amacci declared Loba as the newest Legend - much to the vocal dissent of Bangalore. [7]

    The next day, Loba met with Zepnewski and Amacci, where they strike a deal - Hammond Robotics will give Loba the coordinates of Revenant’s source code in exchange for the uncovering of an “artifact” on an alternate Kings Canyon, in the Shadowfall dimension. [8]

    The Broken Ghost[]

    Loba solicited the help of the Legends to retrieve the artifact, which was split into nine pieces, from the Shadowfall dimension, often employing the use of blackmail to garner their support. [9] Soon after they begin, Wattson is injured during one of their sorties. When Loba suggests that they immediately continue despite the setback, she is attacked by an irate Caustic. [10] They are then confronted by Revenant, who reveals that someone among the group is feeding the simulacrum information. [11]

    Soon after, Bangalore obtained transcripts regarding Loba’s interactions with Hammond [12] and revealed her true end goal. The Legends lose their trust in Loba, but decide to continue searching for the artifact pieces nonetheless. [13] She later departed to her ship, knowing that Revenant will lie in wait for her. [14] She confronts the simulacrum, who, instead of attacking, tells her his real aim: he wants to die. The two make a deal, with Loba agreeing to help find Revenant’s source code to kill him once and for all.

    Loba spoke to Bangalore, who had been hiding in overwatch, telling her that, for the first time in her life, she doesn’t know what to do. [15]

    Season 7[]

    Loba and Revenant met at Olympus, where she told him that she has found his source code. Rather than handing it over, however, she revealed that she has sent it through a phase runner to Gridiron, effectively making him immortal. The two fight, with Loba coming out victorious. Revenant laments as she leaves, swearing revenge - when she finds something that she loves with all her heart, he will take it from her. [16]

    Pathfinder's Quest[]

    One day, Loba was dissuading Octane from attempting to use her teleportation bracelet for a stunt. During this conversation, Pathfinder arrived, wishing to see a branthium crystal from Loba’s personal collection in an attempt to find information about his creators. The three discussed their personal histories, as well as the planets that make up Syndicate space. [2]

    The Legacy Antigen[]

    While the Legends were investigating the Icarus fleet’s sudden arrival on Olympus, Loba fell through a suddenly-opened hatch on the deck, much to the horror of Bangalore. [17] She was saved by Valkyrie. While discussing the cure for the disease caused by the fleet’s rapidly spreading cargo of Medusa vines - or lack thereof - it was found that Bangalore had been infected with the terminal illness. [18] As the scientists of the Legends gathered to search for a cure, she was accosted by Caustic, who mockingly claimed there could be a mole in the group. [19]

    As several Legends prepared to travel to Gaea to hunt for Carthage spiders, whose agatoxins could potentially deliver a cure, Loba contacted Jaime to vet a security team provided by Bangalore. [20] She partners with Valkyrie during the hunt, who accidentally knocks the pair into a gorge. The two decide to set up camp there. They discuss, with Loba mentioning her history with Revenant, and Valkyrie providing a psychoanalysis of her, attempting to relate her own life story to her new friend. They are then ambushed by a pack of Carthage spiders, [21] capturing the Legends and taking them to their nest alongside Caustic and Crypto. [22] Using Loba’s bracelet, Valkyrie breaks free and returns with Fuse and Bloodhound, freeing the others. [23][24]

    Returning to Psamathe, Loba immediately rushes to the hospital with a bouquet of flowers , intent on seeing Bangalore. Through the window, she sees her talking with Gibraltar and Rampart, stating that the two are just friends. [25] Distraught, Loba ruminates on a nearby rooftop, where she is found by Valkyrie, with the two bonding over the former’s perceived rejection. Unbeknownst to them, Revenant was watching in the shadows. [26]

    Season 11[]

    Valkyrie encountered Loba at the Firing Range, where the latter was attempting to keep her mind off of Revenant and Bangalore. The two talk, both talking about their pasts and traumas. Valkyrie repeated what she had told Loba in the jungles of Gaea - by not killing Revenant when she had the chance, her pride had put herself and those she cares about in danger. Soon after, the pair agree to go out to dinner, paid for by whoever loses a shooting contest. [27]

    Cosmetic Items[]


    There are a total of 60 Legend skins for Loba; 12 Legendary, 11 Epic, 21 Rare and 16 Common.

    • Loba Edition Arms Dealer
    • Raiders Icon.svg Plumed Explorer


    1. Included in the Ice Queen Bundle.

    Story of Loba:

    1. Petty Theft: Loba was the daugther of two prolific grifters. After their deaths left her with nothing, she swore she would rise from the ashes into a life of wealth and privilege-and she would do it with the tools they gave her.

    1. Included in the Queens of the Night Bundle.

    1. Included in the Dressed to Kill Bundle.



    Main article: Finisher

    Skydive Emotes[]

    Main article: Skydive Emote


    Main article: Holo-Spray

    Music Packs[]

    Main article: Music Pack

    Loading Screens[]

    Main article: Loading Screen

    Voice lines[]



    • Loba had been in the works since October of 2018.[28]

    Datamined concept art and model of Rosie, a scrapped Legend.

    • A year before the game's launch, there was a Legend called "Rosie" with abilities very similar to Loba. Writers Tom Casiello and Ashley Reed confirmed that Rosie was a completely different character and was scrapped.[29] Despite this, Loba's datamined files still used the codename "Rosie" suggesting Loba had replaced Rosie.
    • Loba was created by Tom Casiello. He was influenced by the women he worked with on WWE, who wanted to be equal to, but different from, men. When he saw the lineup of female characters, he noticed an "erasure" of sexuality in their designs and designed Loba to be a woman who likes to look good. He pitched the character and it gathered support among the female employees of Respawn Entertainment. He intended Loba to be a character that women would "own" and would want to be.[29]
    • Ashley Reed wrote Loba as "Catwoman but with Batman's backstory." Reed was inspired by the video game character Bayonetta while writing Loba's dialogue. She also often watched and listened to Shakira's single "She-Wolf" in both English and Spanish, since the Spanish version is called "Loba".[29]
    • Loba's in-game model is created by Patrick Yeung, who previously worked as a character artist on the Avatar film franchise.
    • When developing Loba, the developers thought of Wattson and made Loba into her literary foil - a "mirror" or "opposite" character.[28]
    • Loba was a turning point for the writers of Apex Legends. As they weaved her and Revenant's stories together, they wondered how else could Legends affect one another.[29]
    • According to the developers, Loba's mocap work was done with heels on.[28] With this information, Tina Sanchez can be identified as Loba's mocap actress: Nine months before Loba's release, Sanchez tweeted out two images of herself doing mocap work with heels and a stick.
    • Tina Sanchez's input was reportedly instrumental and vital to Loba's look, style, personality, and story, ever since Loba first got pitched.[30]
    • Earlier in her development, Loba had an ability that allowed her to scan the area, revealing different types of loot through walls.


    • On January 30, 2020, Loba's character was officially introduced in the Season 4 Launch Trailer, which shows Revenant murdering both of her parents, Marcos and Alanza Andrade, on Olympus, Psamathe. Loba was left unnamed, but shown to have survived the attack.
    • On April 16, 2020, a device appeared in a building in The Dome. This device is similar to banner cards and depicts a map of Singh Labs with a note: "More sub-level rooms... Connections? Where?"
    • On April 20, 2020, a second device appeared in Sorting Factory. This one continues the map, showing a massive circular structure connected to the labs, and says "Electrical device? Check with Jaime" and "More tunnels... check west half of island"
    • On April 24, 2020, the third and final device appeared in Harvester. This one shows the center of the circular structure and says "Jaime says 'capacitor'", "How big is this?", and "Cased the place dead-end, check west".
    • On April 28, 2020, a tweet from the Apex Legends Twitter account shows 'Project 617', where someone seems to be gathering information on Revenant. They've acquired previously seen email chains about him and are wondering how to access his source code.
    • On April 29, 2020, another tweet showed that this person is now researching simulacrums and digging through early tests by Hammond Robotics.
    • On April 30, 2020, "Legacy of a Thief" was released, officially establishing Loba as the next Legend for Season 5.svg Season 5, and showing that she can teleport.
      • The same day, Loba begins appearing in the background of the lobby screen. She walks behind the banners, at one point she even whips her braid. At the end of the animation, she uses her Tactical Ability to disappear from the lobby.
    • On May 01, 2020, a third tweet showed an additional early document from Revenant's construction.
      • The vault at Train Yard is now empty. A hologram left by Loba taunts players, daring them to find her. In the back of the room is a bracelet, which players can interact with. Doing so briefly teleports them to a massive hangar full of dormant Stalkers, and they are activated as the player teleports back. The minimap shows that this hangar is underground, northwest of Skull Town.
      • An Instagram post states Loba is a well-known 'trendsetter and art aficionado' and has been seen in Solace City, specifically at Mirage's bar.
    • On May 04, 2020, an Instagram post showed Loba's conversation with Jaime. She explores the underground base, calling it a maze, and Jaime sends her the access key.
    • On May 05, 2020, the Season 5 Launch Trailer was released.
    • On May 08, 2020, the Season 5 Gameplay Trailer was released.


    • Loba means "she-wolf" in Portuguese and Spanish, as well as slang for "attractive woman".
    • Loba likes people and animals. She likes animals especially because they have no ulterior motives.[29] Her favorite part of the Outlands is the wildlife. [31]
      • Loba dislikes robots due to her childhood experience with Revenant. She can somewhat tolerate Pathfinder and has explained to him why she isn't a fan of robots.
    • Loba has a network of people, which includes security guards. She does not trust many people, but she trusts herself to know who to trust.[29]
    • Loba is not in a relationship and has only slept with two people.[29]
    • Loba's father calls her "Greta" in the initial official subtitles of the Season 4.svg Season 4 launch trailer; it was later corrected to "bebê" ("baby" in Portuguese).
    • Loba's makeup resembles the bloodstains that were on her eyes when her father was killed.
    • The wolf on Loba's staff is a gift she received from her father.
    • Loba's mother called her by the nickname "cachorrinha" ("puppy" in Portuguese).
    • Loba is bisexual, as indicated by her "Man Eater and Lady Killer" quip, and subsequently confirmed by Tom Casiello on Twitter.[32]
    • She seemed to gain a fear of heights after falling off of Olympus. [33]
    • It is heavily implied she was attracted to Bangalore, as she would often flirt, ask her out to dinner and refer to her as a 'beautiful lady.' She becomes crushed after overhearing Bangalore refer to her as 'just a friend'. Due to Valkyries insistence on them getting to know each other, she becomes closer to her and the two begin to openly flirt. It is implied they have been out on several dates.




    1. Alanza Andrade's letter to Loba
    2. 2.0 2.1 Pathfinder's Quest Chapter 8 - "Haves and Have-Nots"
    3. Season 4 Launch Trailer
    4. Stories from the Outlands - Legacy of a Thief
    5. Season 5 Launch Trailer
    6. Season 5 Loading Screen - "Mean Girls"
    7. Season 5 Loading Screen - "Qualified"
    8. Loba meeting transcript
    9. The Broken Ghost Prologue - "The Duplicitous Snake"
    10. The Broken Ghost Chapter 2 - "The Detached Chaperone"
    11. The Broken Ghost Chapter 3 - "The Liberated Narc"
    12. The Broken Ghost Chapter 4 - "The Impromptu Kidnapper"
    13. The Broken Ghost Chapter 5 - "The Lying Liar"
    14. The Broken Ghost Chapter 6 - "The Shattered Spirit"
    15. The Broken Ghost Chapter 9 - "The Broken Ghost"
    16. A Worse Fate
    17. The Legacy Antigen Part 1 - "That First Step's a Doozy"
    18. The Legacy Antigen Part 2 - "A Wing and a Prayer"
    19. The Legacy Antigen Part 3 - "She Blinded Me With Science!"
    20. The Legacy Antigen Part 5 - "Haunted By Broken Ghosts"
    21. The Legacy Antigen Part 6 - "A Vulnerable Position"
    22. The Legacy Antigen Part 7 - "The Terrible Truth About Alexander Nox"
    23. The Legacy Antigen Part 8 - "Abandonment Issues"
    24. The Legacy Antigen Part 9 - "Retribution"
    25. The Legacy Antigen Part 11 - "Legacy Found"
    26. The Legacy Antigen Epilogue
    27. Ready for Takeoff
    28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Analyzing/Reacting to "Fortune's Favor" with the Respawn Devs!! (Loba Trailer Season 5 Apex Legends)
    29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 29.4 29.5 29.6 Exclusive Interview with Apex Legends: All things Loba & Season 5
    30. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    31. Season 11 Loading Screen - "Animals of the Outlands"
    32. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    33. Interaction with Bloodhound on Olympus - "You are worried... over height?" / "My little brush with death there, left quite the impression."
    34. Apex Legends on Twitter
    35. Apex Legends on Twittter
    36. Apex Legends on Instagram
    37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 37.3 Hethe Srodawa on Twitter