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The Vault is a bonus instance, located in the Joker's Funhouse and accessible through the On Duty Menu after level 6. Players can access the Vault once during a certain period based on the type of account:

  • Free to Play: Once per week
  • Premium: Once every three days
  • Legendary: Once per day.

The Vault must be visited once to complete the Vault Ambush! mission.

GameplayEdit

Joker's vault is filled with presents that fall from the ceiling over a short period of time. Breaking open the presents (with 1 hit each) earns the player a prize. Once all the presents are opened, the Vault run ends and the player is prompted to leave. There is no actual time limit, despite the Joker's taunting to that effect. While the prize loot that appears is up to random chance, it is usually appropriate to a player's level; lower levels will rarely receive Epic (purple) loot or Marks , but higher levels do receive lower-level prizes like Uncommon (green) loot.


Balls of various sizes and bombs also drop randomly, causing some frustration as they push players around and obscure vision. Those were completely removed with game update 26 and slightly changed reintroduced with game update 31. Now the presents also can contain liitle Jokandroids.

MapEdit

Vault

PrizesEdit

Every present will drop a small amount of cash depending on player level, with a small chance for Uncommon or Unique style tokens and an even smaller chance for a flavor trinket or other forms of currency.

All prizes are non-tradable.

Unique StylesEdit

Clothing merchandise featuring a DC character's logo. Colors are locked, that is not changeable by the player.

Movement GearEdit

There are purple-quality gear drops that in addition to a unique style will also change a character's movement mode while equipped. However, the new movement mode will not have any skill upgrades

Favorite TrinketsEdit

  • Demon Figurine - Transforms you into a demon of Greed (male) or Lust (female).

Most of these are only cosmetic changes and have no practical uses. Transformations will last several minutes and can be removed by activating the trinket again. They will also override any active model changes, like the Doomsday form players briefly acquire in Smallville.

For a more complete listing of Vault items, please see Category:The Vault/Items.

Extra VisitsEdit

When a player completes Research & Development they are sent a mail with a consumable Vault Ticket from Ambush Bug, which when consumed will give the player a one-time extra visit to the Vault. This is currently the only item capable of doing this and is a one-time bonus for every character.

The Vault can be accessed through the On-Duty menu at any time, and you will be returned to the location you were at when you entered.

The Multi-Use Vault Tickets hinted at by Ambush Bug are available via the in-game Marketplace button as a micro-transaction available for 100 Sony Station Cash (SC) per Single Use Vault Ticket, or 400 SC for a 5 use Multi-Use Vault Ticket.

TriviaEdit

  • The Vault looks very similar to a room in the Joker's Funhouse.
  • One of the largest balls will be blocking the door you may either smash it or when you finish it will blow up allowing you to leave.
  • Occasionally holiday event items such as Form: Snowman or Valentine's Heart Bed can be obtained from the vault during their respective holidays.
  • Vault drops are random, but some have shown that on lower levels, they get better gear, and otherwise on higher levels.

VideosEdit

DC Universe Online - Playstation 3 - Villain Vault February 21, 2011 (1)01:31

DC Universe Online - Playstation 3 - Villain Vault February 21, 2011 (1)

DC Universe Online - Playstation 3 - Villain Vault February 21, 2011 (2)01:39

DC Universe Online - Playstation 3 - Villain Vault February 21, 2011 (2)

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