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Debt-bonds may be acquired from finishing Bounties in Orb Vallis as part of the common reward pools. The following is the drop table for each Debt-Bonds, as well as the bounties they are obtainable from.
Debt-Bonds can also be earned by purchasing Solaris debts from Ticker.
Training and Shelter, the lower tiered debts, can usually be purchased with simply Credits in conjunction with a sizable amount of StarchartResources, with an occasional trace of common local riches from the Orb Vallis, such as spores, gems and servofish parts.
Medical, Advances and Familial, the higher tiered debts, may require significantly higher payout as well as a sizable amount of the local riches within the Orb Vallis.
Upon killing the Profit-Taker Orb in Phase 4 of Heists, the boss will always drop 3 Medical, 2 Advances, and 1 Familial Debt-Bonds.
Debt-Bonds are used as sacrifices to gain standing with Solaris United.
Since the initial release of Fortuna, the acquisition of Debt-Bonds has proven to require further changes in order to bring balance between the procurement methods. As it is known, you can obtain Debt-Bonds by purchasing Ticker’s Case# or from Bounty rewards. Ticker’s inventory not only took quite some time to refresh, but the inventory itself did not offer a diverse source at any given time. Considering the cost at which Debt-Bonds are required to Rank up in Solaris United, we have made the following changes to bring a more balanced rotation for Ticker:
There will now always be 3 Common, 1 Uncommon, and 1 Rare Case# available at any given time.
Increased the rate at which Ticker’s Case# inventory refreshes by reducing the duration they persist for.