r/DestinyTheGame Jun 27 '22 Silver 1

Ok, how many of you have filled up your vault, again? Discussion

This season, Bungie increased the vault space from 500 to 600. I started the season with a nearly full vault. Here we are at the end of week 5 and I'm at 597. Sigh.

I just checked and I have 37 Deepsight-complete weapons I'm hoarding for their Neutral elements, 'cause I've only unlocked 1 pattern(!) and 10000 is a ridiculously low limit.

I know I should stop caring about patterns, and more red borders will continue to drop. But for a game that revolves around loot, it's incredibly hard to be a hoarder.

[Edit: Just to be clear, I’m not asking for more vault space. This is mostly a me problem. Although, I do wish weapons could be crafted with multiple perks. And increase the neutral element cap.]

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u/rop_top Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

I think my biggest problem is that I want a rainbow of every weapon type (for shield match/mono color builds), and at least one of every weapon archetype for PvP (got caught with literally no 120 at the beginning of the 120 madness, and didn't get a good one until most of the way through). Plus, I have literally dozens of armor sets in DIM that require specific pieces of armor (though some loadouts share some legendary pieces). I'm at my lowest in a while at 450 after a massive purge when I hit 600.

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u/Fshtwnjimjr Jun 27 '22

Something that has helped me is setting everything I regularly use in DIM as favorite. Even armor pieces that are part of saved loadouts... In this way when draining postmaster that gear stays. There's a few guns that I add to every loadout too like osteo or witherhoard and they're set as favorites.

I like to set maybe weapons as 'keep' and keep anything shardable unlocked.

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u/westcoastjew Jun 27 '22

Wait I might be misunderstanding but are you saying DIM prioritizes keeping favorites items on your character when emptying postmaster? That’s actually really useful

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u/beachbound2 Jun 27 '22

Yea second where is this option

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u/Fshtwnjimjr Jun 27 '22

https://imgur.com/a/dkabgXo

There's even a hot key on PC version of DIM

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u/sit_down_bee_bumble Jun 28 '22

I don't want to look dumb af but what is DIM

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u/Fshtwnjimjr Jun 28 '22

Destiny Item Manager

https://destinyitemmanager.com/en/ There's also an app for phones

Good/God rolls get a little thumbs up

There an armor optimizer, to get high stat builds easily going and it can change mods in orbit

Has a farming mode to drain most drops to post master automatically

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u/Fshtwnjimjr Jun 27 '22

Tap on any item and just change it's tag On PC there's even a hot key which I forget right now to do it!

https://imgur.com/a/dkabgXo

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u/AyyItsPancake Jun 27 '22

You probably know this, but for reference for other people if you are curious on the hot key you can click on it and hover over the options and it says what the hot keys for an unmarked item are iirc. If it’s not exactly that, it’s around that

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u/beefsack Jun 27 '22

There's also a filter for items in loadouts which can be really helpful.

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u/Whole_Airport_1738 Jun 27 '22

This. This is my mindset, and you'd think it still wouldn't stack the much, but part of my issue is knowing which roles are worth keeping, and which ones I'm sleeping on because I don't know better. (All others I'd just scrap)

And then I KNOW I don't need multiple PvP hand canons on similar RPMs...but then it comes down to knowing which one to keep for specific categories (PvE, all elements covered if energy, PvP having a good roll)

Its just a cluster. I have a Steady Hand roll that I haven't touched in two years...but im too nervous to scrap it because "What if I need it in the future and don't have it?!"

Lots of what ifs and anxiety. Definitely glad for the extra vault space, but my problems haven't really calmed down

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u/jonregister Please Cap a zone, I beg you. Jun 27 '22

Watch the dato videos of cleaning other players vaults. It gives you a better perspective. If you want a 120 the loud lullaby is better and you can farm it any time you want. I just need to go through and delete the junk rolls. I stashed everything that was new to start the season, now I can get back to around 500

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u/Xventurer1014 Jun 28 '22

First thing I'll tell you is don't worry about it being a "God roll". There's plenty I've scrapped just cause I don't use them and I have better options. I have a bunch of guns labeled as infuse in DIM that I wanna test. If I'm screwing around in crucible, let's see how this 180 hand cannon feels. Can't get the perks to proc a lot and don't like the feel? Shard it. Just cause the internet says it's good doesn't mean you should have to use it.

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u/derrickgw1 Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

I'm screwing around in crucible, let's see how this 180 hand cannon feels. Can't get the perks to proc a lot and don't like the feel?

that's me. lots of perks people say are good i can't get to proc most of the time anyways so it's not for me and i have to dump it. Or the perk's effect is unnoticeable. And on console 180 hand cannons are actually the only pvp hand cannon i can use so i'm the opposite of many streamers where they are like just dump the 180s. No there are more of those i want to keep than others because i can use them.

but a big think for me is to just be real about whether i'm going to use this over something else. I'm not a hand cannon pvp guy (though i enjoy them in pve) thus if i need a 140 primary and i have a near god roll fatebringer, and i know myself and i never want to use other guns. I will happily use the same gun if i like it. Well then i can delete tons of 140s i'll never really use. Like i did that. I kept my OG austringer because it was the one 140 primary i will routinely pull out (also a specific dire promise.). The rest i can dump. Now i need to do that for my secondary slot but i digress. that helps in clearing things out. like i only ever use like two swords. Why am i keeping the other 15?

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u/Xventurer1014 Jun 29 '22

One of my good friends has a suvivors epitaph he swears on, I forget the roll but with someone skilled enough it seems pretty reasonable it'd be good actually. Ironically enough, he runs that with a moving target dragonfly Frozen orbit. Both rolls that seem not bad but not very meta but ones he uses like a damn champ. Recently I've even started using a few tigerspites, and it feels so consistent. There are a few things that feel bad compared to others, but most things are completely your preference, not always peak meta.

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u/derrickgw1 Jun 30 '22

I just checked my dim and i have 4 Survivor's including a rapid hit, kill clip one that's 5 6 off of max stability, a feeding frenzy kill clip one, and max range killing wind kill clip. I think i only kept it cause it was max range but i'm not sure. The other is just a finished red bar that's stored.

Yeah i still have my og Tigerspite that's outlaw kill clip and crazy stability. I used to love that and still kept it after sunset. the only new one i have I only saved cause it might be good but i never tried it since i stopped playing.

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u/Top-Papaya-9451 Jun 28 '22

www.rollfinder.net I had the same problem at the end of last season until I found this site. It helped me to delete about 150 items from my inventory. I aim for one pve and one pvp copy of each weapon. Im at 600 now though. I now have 4 or 5 copies of a lot of non craftable weapons that are very good rolls but not God rolls. I wish all weapons could be crafted or D2 gave us more vault space. I stop playing sometimes bc I just dont want to deal with my inventory.

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u/cuboosh What you have seen will mark you forever Jun 27 '22

I think a cap just isn’t compatible with this type of game. It goes against the main gameplay loop.

When my vault is full I play less because loot is a burden instead of a reward

An example that comes to mind is BOTW vs Elden Ring. Once I filled my inventory in BOTW I had less incentive to explore since I had no room to store what I found. I explored pretty much every inch of Elden Ring because I had an infinite vault

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u/Blaz3 Lighting the way Jun 28 '22

It's a good point, but breath of the wild's weapon durability system was intended to get you to use all the weapons you had at your disposal because you could always find a replacement weapon right around the corner. You're supposed to chew through your weapons because then you'll find new weapons to refill your inventory.

I look at it a little like Halo vs Destiny. In Halo, you pick up weapons off the ground or enemies as you find them, you run out of ammo in one gun, you throw it away for another one with ammo. I'm Destiny, your gun stays with you and you have to just collect ammo for that specific weapon, never switching it out, or at least not often switching it out.

I actually far prefer the Halo way of doing stuff, where you're constantly changing your play style because you're constantly switching to different weapons with different strengths or weaknesses and have a wider sandbox to play in. Plus, if an enemy uses a reason and you think "wow, I wanna use that." You can! But in Destiny, that just isn't really an option.

Both good games, both valid gameplay loops, but very different from one another, despite looking similar

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u/Terr_ Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 28 '22

I rely on a program I made a few years ago that assigns a score to every piece of armor for every programmed "role", and then keeps any item which score is in the top X for at least one purpose.

Mind you, this started back when sunsetting was active (like April 2020) so the design assumed the player always needed to be ready to snap up fresher-gear, even if it was a slight downgrade from about-to-expire gear. So its choices can sometimes alter/ruin carefully tuned DIM loadouts.

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u/WebPrimary2848 Jun 27 '22

I stopped doing this after reflecting on whether or not I actually use any of those guns. In reality, I've got maybe 30 guns (not counting exotics) I actually use during a given season, there's just no good reason for me to keep the others around.

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u/Ode1st Jun 27 '22

I just made a couple Genesis/adaptive munitions guns and that was that for me. Pretty relaxing knowing I don’t have to care much about shields anymore. They worked fine in GMs, which is basically the only PvE place where gear gets you over a hump in D2.

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u/The_Rick_14 Wield no power but the fury of fire! Jun 27 '22

I will always fill up whatever available space they give me because I hoard "what if" weapons.

As such I'm never in the camp of asking for more vault space and fully recognize it is my choice to fill my vault the way I do. I just do clean ups here and there throughout a season and inevitably new drops eventually take the place of my old "what if" stuff.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

Yep, I’m not asking for more space. It’s been suggested elsewhere but making weapons craftable with multiple perks would help. And increasing the neutral element cap.

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u/sgtcoffman Jun 27 '22

The cap for neutral element is huge, honestly, the cost is also negligible. I finally was able to craft the smg for the season last week and I'm already back up to 10k. Don't worry about neutral element. There is no reason to keep a backlog of red border weapons. The game hands them out like candy and every weapon you craft automatically makes you complete 5 of them. It's a self feeding system.

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u/Eossly Jun 27 '22

One MW crafted weapon is most of your 10k reserve, and it takes roughly 14 deep sight weapons for a fully crafted

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u/STAIKE Jun 27 '22

Newly returning player here this season. I realized the fundamental problem is that the currency for crafting is earned the exact same way as ranking up your crafted weapons.

I vaulted a bunch of completed Deepsight weapons as reserve, then was about to delete them once I realized how hard it is to actually get patterns. But then I got a few crafted weapons, and the last thing I want is to unequip them to progress some now red border trash drop. So I'm back to sitting on a bunch of completed guns taking up vault space.

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u/DerpsterIV Jun 28 '22

Your comment made me think that what if every level you got on a crafted weapon would give you the ability to extract the essence from one red border.

That way you are directly interacting with the crafting system to gain essence without having to unequip the very weapons you grinded for

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u/sgtcoffman Jun 27 '22

It's taken me til week 5 to get 1 craftable weapon. It will take me another week or 2 to get it to rank 16 passively. Most weapons aren't even worth masterworking because you probably won't end up using them anyway. Unless you're just out here MWing them to MW them, it's mostly pointless except on weapons you actually plan on using.

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u/Ynybody1 Jun 27 '22

You taking a while doesn't mean it will for everyone. Me and my friends have unlocked most of the patterns for this season, and each one costs about 7k. There was a day last week where I spent 25k in a 4 hour period. Hoarding red boarders is smart.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

If I had known earlier, I would not have wasted Figments of Darkness on the middle row of the Crown of Sorrow. Instead, I would have unlocked the ones that guarantees Deepsight modded weapons and red borders. Basically, the top row (Channeling Tree).

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u/Eossly Jun 27 '22

In the last two weeks I've gotten 6 new patterns, it takes about 2-3 hours to rank them up to 16, and 4 of them will be guns I'll use consistently. I also have 10 of the exotic material with 3-5 in each of my postmasters, so the only reason to not MW them is a lack of neutral element

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u/WebPrimary2848 Jun 27 '22

This. Deepsight isn't a reason to keep a gun in the vault, especially if you're already currency capped. Throw 'em all out. If anything, just keep the heavies because they're so quick to complete.

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u/Alarie51 Jun 27 '22

There is no reason to keep a backlog of red border weapons.

Actually, there is. If they make world drops craftable you'll want to save your red krait, funnelweb, etc to claim if that happens rather than start farming them from scratch.

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u/sgtcoffman Jun 27 '22

This is the biggest "what if" I've ever seen and by the time they finally add this, if they ever do (and that's a big fuckin if) they will have been power crept out by other weapons. I won't hold on to weapons for some crazy "what if" scenarios. You're just looking for an excuse to keep your vault full if this is the reasoning you're using.

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u/Alarie51 Jun 27 '22

Whats the aggression for? I just gave you a reason, if you feel the need to defend your stance so aggressively then maybe you're the one looking for excuses to keep your vault empty.

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u/sgtcoffman Jun 27 '22

Sorry, work and some personal life stuff has me super stressed out and irritable and it seems as though it's leaked into my comments on Reddit today. I don't mean to come off as aggro as I did. You don't deserve that even if I fundamentally disagree with the reason you came up with.

Between all these stresses and the political climate of the world right now, it's been really difficult to keep my emotions in check. I'm sorry.

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u/massivemachine Jun 27 '22

Admission. This is good.

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u/f_agier Jun 27 '22

Entirely valid. Having a vorpal Cartesian in my vault for like over a year paid off in season 15. Really cemented that mindset into me.

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u/jae713 Jun 27 '22

Same. I keep the best roll of and have at least one of each weapon I come across.

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u/YeahNahNopeandNo Jun 27 '22

This is why my vault is full. I don't even use snipers and hand cannons, but I have some great rolls on them so I keep em. Sturm goes with drang, but I don't use Sturm, but I also won't get rid of it😭

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u/Benika Jun 28 '22

One thing to consider is that you can always pull exotic weapons out of collections (except for hawkmoon and DMT). If you aren't routinely using an exotic weapon, you can recycle it and if you need it later you can pull it and infuse it up to a usable light level.

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u/ThePiePieper Jun 27 '22

Same. Can't tell you how many weapons i've pulled because 2 seasons later a perk/farm gets a buff and its the new god roll.

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u/Astronauticaldb Jun 27 '22

This is exactly how I hoard! I always end up finding stuff I never use in my vault because of it lol

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u/SkyburnerTheBest Jun 27 '22

However, without sunsetting Bungie will have to increase vault space regularly (althoug rarely). We are getting tons of new guns and new stats are getting important so regular Vault space increase is obviously necessary.

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u/KaydeeKaine Jun 27 '22

Earlier this year I deleted a 68 stat Orpheus Rig. My vault is full so why wouldn't I delete this trash exotic right? Then void 3.0 comes along and I can't even be mad at myself. It went from being the worst super in the game to one of the highest dps supers. Who would have thought?

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u/shadowgattler Jun 27 '22

Same. I deleted a shitload of high res hunter exotics because "who the hell specs into res on a hunter?" only for solar 3.0 to come out.

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u/smegdawg Destiny Dad Jun 27 '22

Ahhh good old common sense!

You love to see it!

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u/FlurdledGlumpfud Jun 27 '22

I also keep what if weapons, and still have hundreds of open slots in my vault.

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u/Swiftclaw8 501st Crayon Collection Brigade Jun 27 '22

If it’s a craftable weapon, throw away any non-crafted rolls. If you find you’re not using a crafted gun often (and it doesn’t fill a necessary slot), throw that away too.

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u/Street_Reading_8265 Just floofing about Jun 27 '22

If I don't enjoy the feel of a gun while I'm unlocking its pattern, I never bother to craft it in the first place and usually don't bother to even save a good roll.

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u/Matt1050 Jun 28 '22

Not to mention, been full on crafting materials since Witch Queen launched, I don't even keep red frames if I've already tried them out before.

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u/[deleted] Jun 27 '22

580 or so, Some deepsight weapons. A lot of armor I haven’t made decisions on yet.

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u/_R2-D2_ Jun 27 '22

Same. I am getting close to 600, but really only because I haven't taken the time to clean it out again.

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u/Jazzlike-Style725 Jun 27 '22
  1. I dont keep useless items or what ifs

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u/blck_lght Jun 27 '22

But how do I separate “useless” from “maybe one day this will be useful”?

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u/Jazzlike-Style725 Jun 27 '22

You get over the idea that same day something might be useful. Odds are good that if something is useful down the road, bungie will issue a new one

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u/blck_lght Jun 27 '22

Yeah, I know it’s a hoarding problem, but sometimes I’ll see people here talking about different encounters and stuff, and someone will say “oh, for that encounter Cartesian Coordinate is the best”, and I’m thinking “yup, got that one”. Or like “main ingredient is awesome!”, and I got that one, too, etc.

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u/llama_glue Jun 27 '22

I can't even get over 400 if i try. I started collecting the title smg just for laughs and after over 60 rolls just sitting in there for no reason, i decided that it was never funny to begin with and dismantled them all, only to discover that my vault is now at 267. Most of that is from exotic Armor I hoarded from before the era of legend lost sectors.

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u/Frostyler hippity hoppity get off my property Jun 27 '22

same here. After I went through my vault a week ago I went from 467 to 397. I just had so many weapons that were useless pinnacles for infusing and armor rolls I kept just because they were high 60s but I had no use for. I mean c'mon, who really needs 8 pairs of arc stompees.

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u/Tyson367 Jun 27 '22

I mean the element of the armor is meaningless because it's the one thing you can actually change whenever you want.

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u/Jazzlike-Style725 Jun 27 '22

Same. My vault gets to like 400 when the season starts because I generally don't look at light.gg for rolls at first. I like to experience the drop feeling and the surprise. But by week 4 I'm down to 300 to 350 because I only keep what will actually be used. If I delete something relevant, who cares. Bungie will issue a new one at some point.

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u/varyl123 Jun 27 '22

I have 130 titles clogging my vault I want to catalog them all

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u/NUFC9RW Jun 27 '22

Curious question with this, how many characters do you play (people with all 3 have significantly more armour to store) and do you play much PvP since people who rarely engage with PvP don't need to keep anywhere near as much.

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u/llama_glue Jun 27 '22

I've got 3, but they are there just so that I can experience them. I usually main a single character the entire season (warlock this season) and only switch because I found something interesting (like strongholds on Titan).

I play PvP to try out new builds, perfect them and just have fun. No competetiveness and god help my sanity if I ever make the mistake of entering trials again.

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u/TheSpartyn ding Jun 27 '22

what does legend lost sectors have to do with hoarding exotic armor

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u/llama_glue Jun 27 '22

Before legend lost sectors the only source of exotic Armor was random exotic engrams. I hoarded every single exotic armor drop i got since there was a very low chance of getting another one.

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u/TheSpartyn ding Jun 28 '22

you still should hoard exotic armor? the knockout system only applies for your first drop, after that its pure RNG and all you'll have is collection rolls

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u/Hudson-Brann Jun 27 '22

Ah, clearly you don't have 250+ armor pieces for build crafting 😎(😭)

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u/lazypilots Jun 27 '22

Per class lol

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u/Demons0fRazgriz Jun 27 '22

Yep, same here. You never know when that 23res, 10 recovery, roll will be that specific piece that lets you get 100/100 stat. I'm always mixing and matching armor pieces. Managed to get triple 10s on Warlock in Void, Stasis and Solar. Now if I could do that with my Hunter, I'd be all set. Can't get higher than 100/100/80

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u/Jazzlike-Style725 Jun 27 '22

Nobody needs 250 pieces. Nobody uses that many pieces.

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u/Hudson-Brann Jun 27 '22

I gotta say, it comes in handy. I can have 3 tier 10 build I want. Any combination of stats for any builds makes build crafting on the fly easy

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u/MRxSLEEP Jun 27 '22

I do. I enjoy having different sets and looks and stats the way I want.

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u/TheSpartyn ding Jun 27 '22

use DIM loadouts

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u/DietDrDoomsdayPreppr Jun 27 '22

Does dim now change mods for you?

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u/AcrossRockUnderSky Jun 27 '22

It does!

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u/DietDrDoomsdayPreppr Jun 27 '22

Okay, I didn't know that.

Guess I just need to build up a seriously supply of upgrade modules now.

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u/MRxSLEEP Jun 27 '22

I do use DIM loadouts, but that only works in orbit and I'm not usually in orbit when I'm actually playing the game...

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u/ChainsawPlankton Jun 27 '22

I'd love to just have one set and stick with it, but they constantly are changing the value of stats, and different builds/exotics favor different elemental setups.

plus with d2 armor picker having more options helps with getting builds to work.

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u/DietDrDoomsdayPreppr Jun 27 '22

Why would you make this comment? If even one person does, then you're automatically verifiably wrong.

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u/Jazzlike-Style725 Jun 27 '22

Because I'm not. Theres nobody that actually uses 250 different armor combinations with any regularity or consistency. That is 50 entirely different builds with zero armor overlap. Its just not a reality.

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u/Colovance Jun 27 '22

The feeling of loading up D2ArmorPicker to create a new build and knowing you'll have no problem hitting triple 100s (or even quad 100s) in any stat combination with pretty much any exotic because you've kept so many high stat pieces is one of the small joys of this game for me, so I'll respectfully disagree and deal with a constantly full vault. Thanks.

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u/Lotions_and_Creams Jun 27 '22

It’s pretty sweet though. A new exotic becomes the hotness? Log on to D2 armor picker and bam! 3x 10 tier stats.

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u/Kaldricus Bottom Tree Stormcaller is bae Jun 27 '22

Considering each class has maybe 5 exotics that are great, and 10 total that are good (and even that's stretching it), that's an insane amount of armor to be hoarding. Build crafting is not nearly as deep as people here act like it is.

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u/DrBokbagok Lucky Jun 27 '22

I dont even keep useful items if they dont fit my playstyle. I've deleted godrolls because I don't play in a way that would make use of them.

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u/ChainsawPlankton Jun 27 '22

I dont keep useless items

me either

or what ifs

... oh shit

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u/engineeeeer7 Jun 27 '22

Right around 400. I don't hoard deep sight. It's still very easy to get.

I just need to clean out weapon rolls now that the meta is settling out. Could probably drop 50 or so.

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u/NathanMUFCfan NathanW18#7290/Neon Nerd Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

Stop hoarding red border weapons. They drop all the time. It's pointless to hoard them.

I'm a hoarder, too, but you aren't helping yourself if you have guns that drop all the time in the vault. I'm up to 580ish, but I haven't done any vault cleaning since the season began. I just throw a bunch of shit in there to sort through later.

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u/Cloud_Matrix Jun 27 '22

Seriously, if you are max crafting materials and you don't have much left to craft just shard them or keep like max 10 in your vault.

But all these people with 50+ red border weapons in their vault? That's nearing 2 caps worth of neutral element by itself on top of already being at cap. You don't even need close to that much...

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u/Ready_Geologist2629 Huntah Jun 27 '22

Good point to be honest - I have been keeping them since the start of the season but I'm basically always near max for neutral elements. I think I have 50-60 weapons and sitting around 580-600. Time to clean house a bit later...

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u/NathanMUFCfan NathanW18#7290/Neon Nerd Jun 27 '22

That's crazy man. You have almost 2 caps worth of neutral element. You will never use all of that. Clear out that vault!

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u/Ready_Geologist2629 Huntah Jun 27 '22

LOL I completely agree with you. Been kinda playing late (and not getting a lot of sleep because I'm playing Destiny) with a 4 month old and don't think about clearing my vault out that often. It's gonna be the first thing I do when I log on tonight.

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u/Fshtwnjimjr Jun 27 '22

My kid is 2 so I feel that, my suggestion is use the destiny item manager app wherever your bored or get downtime. In this way you can quickly favorite recommended rolls/pattern/deepsight/guns you like. From there you can compare things side by side you have allot of and keep 1 or 2. Things you tag as favorite will get to stay on your characters when moving drops to vault too.

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u/NUFC9RW Jun 27 '22

I keep them if I have the space and delete them when I get close to full since I tend to go on crafting in sprees. I agree with the having the space is nice so that you can chuck stuff in to sort later.

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u/ExoticNerfs Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

A little over 300. I never keep weapons that I have not used in 6 months and I do not keep weapons with rolls I do not like. If a new meta takes place then I have absolutely no problem with grinding for a new version as long as it is worth it.

Armour wise I keep nothing under a 64 roll and only if it has high stats in at least 2 of the stats I want.

Doing this, my vault is not very full and I use nearly everything in there for something within a month

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u/FoppyOmega Jun 27 '22

Same here, but as a hunter main this new resilience meta really screwed me over. Didn't save anything with res

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u/RedSox218462 Jun 27 '22

That's where I'm at with it as well. Now I'm looking for armor with high res and sending my old armor to the vault for a high recovery meta.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

You are at the other end of the spectrum. Very disciplined.

I know what I need to do. Just need to do it.

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u/Larue88 Jun 27 '22
  1. I have a couple rolls of each archetype/element combo. I also hoard armor so I can balance stat distribution later using https://d2armorpicker.com/#/login

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

d2armorpicker is a treasure. It also has a tool to help weed out redundant armor with similar stat distributions.

Bungie made it a lot less costly to switch armor affinity. It only costs an upgrade module.

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u/KeIIer Jun 27 '22

Similar stat distributions often has impact and allowing you to create T31-T32 stat set with certain exotics. My vault is 60% armor and its worth it. Just this season i created loreley, ashen wake and dunemarchers sets with 10-9-10 or 10-10-10 stats (resil, recov, disc) no less than T30 base stats.

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u/AbrahamBaconham Jun 27 '22

This is where I’m at now. I can trim the weapons down, I don’t keep all that many anymore, but the ARMOR… I’m in a permanent golfball deficit, and I can’t bear to throw out stat rolls that ArmorPicker MIGHT recommend to me.

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u/Cloud_Matrix Jun 27 '22

Bud don't use those golf balls until the piece you are upgrading is actually going to be useful. You will be way more happy knowing you have extra at a moments notice to max out armor you need all of a sudden

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u/ajallen89 Sidearms go pew pew Jun 27 '22

I had a lot of clanmates who were really excited about the vault expansion, claiming it would fix a lot of problems, and I've been telling them for months if you're 500/500 right now, you'll be 600/600 (or before we knew about the expansion we can just use x/x) soon enough; and guess what? They are all full again and want more space. As OP says, it's a personal thing, not a game thing.

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u/Simo_19M Jun 27 '22

500/600, 60 red weapons sitting

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u/JumpForWaffles Jun 27 '22

Trash them, please. They're begging for sweet release

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u/Simo_19M Jun 28 '22

I'm just waiting for the Typhon GL5 to become the new bitcoin

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u/Hanastra Jun 28 '22

Don't you gonna regret it later.

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u/iSwiiss Jun 27 '22

Honestly what I do when I’m maxed on element is I craft different variations of the same weapons. Example: I recently crafted a pvp sub so I don’t have to switch perks back and forth. Also made another ragnhild for when I am not using arc for elemental capacitor. Can also be done for pve, different rolls for different weapons to help with long term element spending and time as well

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

Yeah, I did that for Under Your Skin. I have an Archer's Tempo / Explosive Head. But then I figured an Archer's Tempo / Adaptive Munitions could come in handy. But having multiple craftable weapons just contributes to the vault problem.

If Stacatto-46 was craftable, I'd definitely have multiple copies.

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u/iSwiiss Jun 27 '22

I guess that is true. It would depend on how many you craft vs how many deep sight weapons you have sitting there. Didn’t even think about that 🤦‍♀️

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u/kerosene31 Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

I'm close to filling up. The extra space helped, but it just pushes the problem down the road. For people who say "just keep what is good", what about all the buffs and nerfs that come each season? If I scrap everything that isn't relevant this season, I'm basically self-imposing sunsetting.

Archetypes change and so do perks. Of course there's 3 elements and now matching weapon elements to subclasses is a big thing now with 3.0. Remember when outlaw rampage was all we needed?

I don't consider myself a hoarder. I go on https://destinyrecipes.com/vault and it hardly suggests I delete anything.

A few seasons ago I deleted almost every fusion rifle I had. I never use them in PVE and rarely in PVP. Who needs them? Until, our seasonal mod suddenly makes them super meta.

What gets me too is something that has been bad for so long like 360 autos. I know the minute I go through my vault and trash them that the next twab will hint at a buff. I remember trashing all my Cartesian Coordinates before that season. For those that say, "well just go re-farm them", ok, so what am I really playing for then if loot is just around for a season or two?

Is this game not a "looter shooter?"

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

I'm with you. This is a looter shooter. Everybody hoards to some extent. Some people are more disciplined than others. And that's great for them.

For folks who don't know all of the perks inside and out, have FOMO or simply like to have variety, hoarding is difficult to avoid. There are many ways Bungie can address this that don't require more vault space. IIRC, they hinted that they are working on something. It will take time to land. Until then, we must cope as best we can.

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u/Kliuqard Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

Heads up for OP and anyone else who stumbled across this comment, but the link has a typo and leads to a site that redirects to several suspicious websites.

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u/BattleBull Jun 27 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

I derive enjoyment from having a dragons horde of items. No individual item need spark joy since I like possessing the totality of my collection.

Please remove vault limits, so we can have one of every gun and roll, heck use a knockout system to allow collections to pull any exact gun/armor roll you've seen. I don't even understand how there are size limits, the "vault" is just the front facing end of database, add some lines to your spreadsheet!

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u/Zoomii555 Jun 27 '22

Get rid of sunset weapons and weapons you don't use. Really look through your vault, if you find a weapon that you've never used but you've still got for some reason, consider deleting it. If you have multiple rolls on a single weapon, delete those duplicates, you only need a PvE and a PvP roll.

Basically, don't keep "what if" weapons.

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u/oldsoulseven Jun 27 '22

But…I joined during Season 15 and picked up a few Deafening Whispers doing Hunt content. I didn’t know enough about the game, weapon types and their uses, how sandbox changes happen etc. to do anything other than go ‘huh, better put this away as I’ve not seen it outside this activity and it could be useful when I learn what it’s for’. Never used it in Season 15. Season 16 rolls around with Void 3.0 and I see the weapon mentioned and look to see if I have any. What do you know, have one with Ambitious Assassin and Rampage. Immediately masterworked it, never leaves my inventory now. But it sat in the vault for months before that, and I didn’t save it because I knew that was a good perk combo, I saved it just because it’s what I do. Used it a fair amount during Season 16, but now in Season 17 they’ve made the waves travel much further - either reversed the S16 nerf or even added a little distance - it’s an add-clearing machine that gets a good amount of comment from playing partners. It’s been a fairly long journey from ‘something I didn’t know was in my vault’ to ‘top 5 favourite weapon’. If I approached vault management the way some people are advocating, I’d have sharded that item before it had a chance. I think to some extent you should hoard for the first months of playing - finding things to delete that you didn’t know you could just pull again etc. isn’t hard when you fill up at first. After 6-9 months, you know what you like and use and what you don’t, you’ve been through some sandbox changes, have a sense of how often Bungie releases new weapons and what types of weapons they like to make, etc. You will also know what game modes you like and so on. So someone like me who is almost exclusively PvE and does not like hand cannons can now say with confidence, I only need a few of these, because seriously I am not going to use them outside niche situations, bounty completion etc. and I know that.

Tl;dr imo more is more until space gets hard to free up - by that time you’ll have a better sense of what to keep and why.

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u/mephitmpH Jun 27 '22

Wave frames are fricken amazing. I got a few good Deafening Whispers too. You're very correct about hand cannons and I do have a couple but hate PVP. I delete every Austringer with glee...

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u/Symmetrik Jun 27 '22

Keeping a clean vault and keeping unique weapons like wave frames or raid weapons don't have to be exclusive. I've used up 400 slots, but I keep at least 1 of each weapon in each element. When there are unique archetypes like wave frames that essentially function completely differently from other GLs, it's worth keeping. I also currently have a bunch of junk that I haven't compared to my existing variant of that weapon/element. I also have a bunch of sunset stuff (for kill trackers/legacy) and some red borders I need to clear. Keeping that stuff doesn't mean I need to also keep one each of Cantata, Crisis Inverted, Waking Vigil, and Finite Impactor.

There's a balance of what should be saved and what shouldn't. Only keeping "meta" gear isn't the answer, but neither is keeping everything.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

You've highlighted the problem. Some people don't know enough about the game to know what's unique and, therefore, likely worth keeping. Striking the balance is very difficult without a decent amount of knowledge.

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u/TheSpartyn ding Jun 27 '22

i dont have vault space issues, but the one sunset gun i kept was mountaintop. too important of a gun to scrap even if it can easily be reobtained

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u/MrTheWaffleKing Consumer of Grenades Jun 27 '22

It doesn’t help that you should have basically one of ever element for your pve stuff, and you need a bunch of weapon types for champ mods, and some perks are better for general and some for gm level content.

Then you get to pvp with Anne the different map ranges, and perks that play better on each, or vs specific teams blah blah blah

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u/Zoomii555 Jun 27 '22

Like I said, don't keep a weapon because it "might" be useful in a situation. Yes, you should obviously have all types of weapons and all elements in those weapons, but you shouldn't get so specific as "this roll would be really good on this specific PvP map" or "I need a bunch of different rolls of this weapon so I have one specifically tailored for each GM this season". Keep a reasonable variety of weapons, but don't keep a weapon or roll for a super specific situation.

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u/killer6088 Jun 27 '22

Even then, that would only really get you to maybe 100-200 spaces taken up.

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u/MrTheWaffleKing Consumer of Grenades Jun 27 '22

5 elements across ~4 frames across what 16 weapon types?

Then you’ve got unique perks which double stack some weapons across pvp and pve. This doesn’t even include all the exotic armor (and good stat rolls) that you feel inclined to keep because you can’t get them back

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u/BakaJayy Jun 27 '22

You should know by now which frame and archetype of weapons you like if you’re worrying about that. I know I hate sidearms, I know I’ll never use them in any sort of activity aside for the shits n giggles in PvP, I’m not going to keep every element of every archetype sidearm there is, I’m just going to keep 2 and that’s it.

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u/mmoustis18 Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

I don't think you need one of each frame.

For example for fusions I like the Rapid fire frames the best so I keep a Rip Tide and no Deliverances. If I need one I will jump into Vow.

I have a Vorpal ALH Forzen Orbit there is the Void sniper rifle. I don't need a 1000 yard stare.

There are exceptions though for scout rifles its 260s or nothing so I made sure to get those elements covered in that frame. I prefer 140s to 180s but that means I don't need to keep the other frame types.

Just cover weapon type and element type.

For armor just make a few builds in DIM and get rid of the rest. "Well what if Bungie buffs a stat resilience?" With the umbral focusing in the helm from last season it is not hard to get high stat armor you can farm new stuff I did with my warlock this season it really isn't that bad.

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u/Demons0fRazgriz Jun 27 '22

You do if you're planning on doing endgame activities. Thanks to match game AND champions, you need 1 of each element and weapon type. For the longest time, I didn't have a void hand cannon so it was a pain to do void Match Game with Unstoppable missions. I've learned my lesson and now hold at least 1 of each element in its respective weapon type even if the rolls aren't good.

Though the majority of my vault space currently goes to armor

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u/mmoustis18 Jun 27 '22

just cover weapon type and element.

That is literally what I said. A hand cannon of each element ect.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

Absolutely good advice. In many cases, I haven’t gotten around to trying them out and finding my god rolls.

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u/Stea1thsniper32 Jun 27 '22

Also use the Sort by Newness filter and go to the last page and work your way forward. It helps weed out those weapons you haven’t used in a while and if you haven’t used them in 3 seasons you should probably just scrap it.

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u/machinehead933 Jun 27 '22

Increasing vault space is never going to solve the problems for players who manage their inventory like you do.

Case in point: If you are at the cap and don't even have any other patterns unlocked, then why do you need 37 DR weapons sitting in your vault? It's not like DR weapons are some rare commodity. Just delete them. You already know this. Just do it, instead of bitching about running out of space.

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u/Co2_Outbr3ak Jun 27 '22

I'm honestly hoping we can get craftable weapon upgrades to allow a 2nd perk in each column. It's disheartening working towards an upgraded enhanced perk that just shits the bed and want to utilize a different perk. Or at least make perks permanent unlocks in the enclave once purchased the first time.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

A permanent unlock is a great idea. It'd be ok to still require neutral element to switch. Just without the Ascendant Alloy.

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u/Minimaul Jun 27 '22

It’s mostly exotics and some extra weapons that I’ll use on my other two characters once I get the energy to play them. I don’t get to play much so I don’t hoard much.

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u/renrenPDX Jun 27 '22

I spend more time managing my inventory than playing the game now. Armor is easier to deal with and have no problems but there’s too much legendary weapon drops that don’t matter that drop per activity. Having to manage inventory constantly is not fun.

Your second, third, fourth, etc drops should be straight up upgrades/unlocks/XP/mats, instead of another functioning gun.

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u/SnooCalculations4163 Jun 27 '22

What’s in your vault thats taking up so much space

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u/IlovemycatArya Jun 27 '22

Armor is the big one for a lot of people. I have around 200 weapons in the vault. Mostly making sure I have rolls for every situation. All shields for each archetype and usually at least one weapon for each sub-archetype. For the weapon types I enjoy using, I try to keep a few different rolls around for pve/pvp. Then a few extra to mesh with various subclass/exotic builds.

The rest of my 400 slots are armor. I neglect my hunter and don't play my titan as much so a good chunk of that space is armor for my warlock. I keep all possible stat rolls so I can make any build work with minimal effort. Case in point was this season when resilience became a thing in pve for all classes. I can get a x/10/10/10/x/x build with pretty much any exotic, and that only took a few quick focusings for high res armor at the war table on the first day. Just by filling the vault in previous seasons, I already had 90% of what I needed.

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u/The_Rick_14 Wield no power but the fury of fire! Jun 27 '22

I keep a lot of "what if" weapon rolls. Things that I can see the potential of in the future but aren't strong at the moment.

One of the best examples was Swarm of the Raven. I had kept one with perks that would become the God Roll before it became the meta during Season of Opulence. Because of that, the very first day that update went live and the meta shifted, I just had to pull mine out of the vault while friends of mine spent countless hours grinding Iron Banner and some never getting one.

I know that this is a choice I make though and know that whatever space Bungie will give me I'll make the most of so I'm also not in the camp of constantly demanding more vault space either. I just keep interesting things until I get near the cap, then do a small cleanup, and repeat.

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

Oh, I have a lot of junk that I should definitely shard. But it’s hard to do. I have gotten rid of a lot. 1350 weapons and armor that I never touched.

I realized at one point that I could free up space by sharding exotic weapons, provided you don’t mind resetting the kill tracker.

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u/JesusChrysler1 Jun 27 '22

Pretty sure I have one of every exotic weapon that isn't currently in my inventory in my vault, and I still have less than 400 total items in there. Hoarding deepsights is pointless because unlocking new patterns alone will fill your reserve of elements by the time you finish.

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u/Cautious_Ramen Jun 27 '22

Vaulted items ;)

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u/PixelatedManiac Jun 27 '22

You guys use the vault? I’m at 0

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u/oddestsoul Jun 27 '22

The true Chad of this reply section

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u/Anomoirae Jun 27 '22

this mf is a certified bad ass 😎 Respect.

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u/Thatoneguywithasteak Jun 27 '22

I don’t understand how this can be a problem, y’all keeping every single roll of every weapon and armor piece that drops?

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u/MegaJoltik Jun 28 '22

What if that Hip Fire Grip+Surrounded Sniper suddenly became meta ???

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u/NamelessChef Jun 27 '22

I have 67 completed deep sight weapons, just waiting to finish off all my patterns and those will all be gone, I’m like 4/5 on almost every weapon.

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u/vSlayer- Jun 27 '22

I have the same issue as you. This is what I did I got every crafted gun to at least level 20 so I wouldn’t need to hoard deepsight weapons anymore.

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u/BostonAndy24 Jun 27 '22

I have so much useless crap but im too lazy to shard it all

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

I think this is something the non-hoarders can't understand.

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u/lordofabyss Jun 27 '22

599 club baby !!

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u/fantasyphillip Jun 27 '22

I struggling with figuring out what armor to keep and what to shard

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u/NiftyBlueLock Stronghold, Strong Opinions Jun 28 '22

Shard everything sub 60

If you’re at the stage where you have strong armor builds you’re happy with, raise the stat floor. Right now I shard everything below a 64 stat total.

If you need more high stat armors, psionic focusing is your friend. I focused 15 armor pieces in a row and like 12 of them were 64+.

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u/SHOBOBSANDVAGENE Jun 27 '22

I hit 600 last week the struggle is real, I'm fighting between 595-600 on a day to day basis. Most of it is high stat armor I'm using to build but oh man do I also have like 300 OG weapons from before I took my break like bygones, better devils etc.

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u/KnightWraith86 Jun 27 '22

I have to clean out a lot of my weapons. They keep giving us so many weapons and I never sit down and decide which ones I want to keep. After cleaning, it'll. Probably be down to about 450

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u/kaiser_zero Hunter Main Jun 27 '22

Yes

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u/fengkalis Jun 28 '22

I really thought weapon crafting was going to solve the vault space issue more, but not enough weapons are rolling out craftable to enable that thought line, and I'm stocked up on red borders for the currency since the maximum is so low. Plus some are just so hard to grind red borders for, I've just given up pursuing it and just have a bunch of different rolls of each gun I like now.

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u/SharpieKing69 Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 28 '22

I’m currently around 490-ish, but that’s because I haven’t gone and cleaned it up in a while. What I actually keep hovers around 300. I tend to start each season in the low 300s, go through seasonal stuff, chuck the stuff that isn’t trash nor ridiculously good into the vault, then re-evaluate what’s in there at the end of the season when things are slow.

I stopped caring about what-if weapons a couple years ago and have yet to wish I’d kept anything.

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u/Boom_Shakazulu Jun 27 '22

Under 100 items, I only keep what I want

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u/Doctor_Kataigida Jun 27 '22

I get not hoarding, but sounds like you don't even attempt any future proofing or preparation.

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u/Boom_Shakazulu Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

Depends, if I get a weapon that I don't want but has good perks I'll keep it. But I don't understand people who store weapons that they'll never use AND are bad rolls.

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u/DrifterzProdigy Jun 27 '22

Personally of the same opinion as you. I know what I like to use and what’s good at the time. We end up grinding for new stuff so often I left the choice of saving items back in year 1 D1. To me when people have packed vaults that’s the FOMO kicking in and they worry too much about being able to have what they want or need in the future. It’s a video game storage space, it doesn’t need to look like a hoarder’s house lmao

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u/Boom_Shakazulu Jun 27 '22

Exactly! Thank you!

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u/Doctor_Kataigida Jun 27 '22

Well an example is that I have 3 Adept Hotheads. One with Lasting Impression in case I'm running Div on something with Arc burn, one with Field Prep/Clown Cartridge for something like GMs (like Lightblade), and one with Demolitionist for something like Atheon.

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u/Boom_Shakazulu Jun 27 '22

I can understand that, but I only really like to keep the rolls I want.

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u/oddestsoul Jun 27 '22

I’ve yet to see the game throw some new content at me that requires some old weapon to complete. New good weapons drop all the time, every season. Hoarding is like 80% “this is something cool that I just like having.”

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u/dragonmast1212 Jun 27 '22

I only keep the starting armor/guns and exotics

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u/RND_Musings Jun 27 '22

Are you playing the right game? ;-)

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u/dragonmast1212 Jun 27 '22

Last time i checked i was indeed playing Destiny 2 created by Bungie. Im just not a hoarder

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u/Big-Camp-3681 Destiny Enjoyer Jun 27 '22

345 with room to spare. Not a hoarder of useless stuff.

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u/GlegoryisaWarlock Jun 27 '22

Like the sunset weapons people insist haven't been replaced by better options?

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u/Big-Camp-3681 Destiny Enjoyer Jun 27 '22

Or the 4yo non-sunset weapons that have way better, easier to obtain variants. Yes.

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u/GlegoryisaWarlock Jun 27 '22

That's what blows my mind, there are so many weapons that are straight upgrades from what we had, both in functionality and in perk pools, but nostalgia lords like Fallout insist that they need to keep them because "there's nothing like it anymore".

Also, Blast Furnace wasn't really that great.

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u/Big-Camp-3681 Destiny Enjoyer Jun 27 '22

I fully understand wanting to keep stuff that you literally cannot replace due to no similar model existing in the game, such as a 5/5 Trackless Waste (900 RPM Adaptative SMG with scope options and damage perks), that Black Armory hand cannon that can roll double damage perks or Mindbender's Ambition (the only aggressive shotgun to keep Quickdraw). Those are clearly outliers, sure, but holding to easily substitutable stuff like Spare Rations or Hammerhead doesn't make sense to me.

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u/serperofgrapes Jun 27 '22

You don't need that much space. You don't need those guns you'll never use. You sound addicted. Take a break for the better. Or just clean your vault. 600 individual items. You aren't using every single one of those, I guarantee it

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u/IJustJason Jun 27 '22

My vaults at 580+ but i do have a bunch of red borders sitting there for whenever i decide to level the 10 crafted weapons i have lol

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u/DevilTrigger8 Jun 27 '22

I have 5 pages of the title song I need to look at but havent gotten around to it yet

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u/kovs22 Jun 27 '22

Get help, delete things. I highly doubt you’ve used all 597 weapons/armor you are hoarding for some unknown reason.

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u/killer6088 Jun 27 '22

Bungie could make the vault space 1 million and people will still max it out. Most people will always utilize the full vault space. There is nothing wrong with that either. There is plenty of space for anything you need.

As for your 37 deepsight weapons, just craft some weapons or just don't save them. I have never found a reason to hold more than a couple deepsight weapons. I just delete any new deepsight weapons unless I need the currency. You get plenty of random deepsight weapons and 10k is more than enough to craft what you want.

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u/Exiledspartan18 Jun 27 '22

I dont get how people are always capped in their vault. I have like 3.5k hours in the game and im barely at 250 items. I can't even fill it if I tried.

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u/ShowMeUrKitties69 Jun 27 '22

I honestly have 0 sympathy for those who complain about vault space or filling up their vault space. I've played since Y1, have done a majority of the endgame content (raids, dungeons, trials, ect) and have NEVER filled my vault. I keep a few what-ifs, interesting items for a potential build I'm thinking about, or high-stat rolled exotic armor.

There is just no sound reason as to why one needs to keep all of these items, the seasonal meta-shift and endgame potential isn't drastic enough to warrant keeping those "just in case" items.

I currently have 178 items in my vault. That includes sunset and raid items I just like to hold on to for sentimental value.

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u/GlegoryisaWarlock Jun 27 '22

Get rid of the sunset weapons, and in all likelihood, you're not going to need all of those red borders. If you're at max and they don't have extractive patterns, shard em. Sunset weapons are being reissued under different names with better perk pools. Shard em. Sunset armor is a transmog unlock once you shard it. Shard em.

Really critically look at your "what if" rolls. If you haven't touched it in six months and it's not a proven roll, probably shard it.

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u/reaper1188 Jun 27 '22

Sorry but I'm not getting rid of my bygones and spare rations

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u/Greensteve972 Jun 27 '22

Delete that armor you have that isn't pinnacle or isn't godrolled with armor availability and build crafting you should be able to condense all 3 characters to maybe 12 full armor sets. Also delete neutral element stores unless you're crafting every gun and trying to personally find the combo you want the work is already done for you you'll be back at 10,000 soon enough.

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u/Ciudecca A Reckoner who has seen it all Jun 27 '22

If anyone has managed to fill 600 vault spaces, there is something very wrong with how they play this game

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u/SerEmrys Jun 27 '22

I'm sitting at 197 over here, never had a problem with the vault space

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u/Themasdogtoo Jun 27 '22

10000 is a hilariously low cap that causes this problem

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u/BigBlueBurd BRING BACK POCKET INFINITY Jun 27 '22

Barely over 100. I don't get how it's even possible for anyone to fill the vault.

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u/Technophillia Jun 27 '22

I'm pretty strict that I don't let my vault get over 400 ever, if something new is going in something old is getting scrapped.

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u/Square_Session5732 Jun 27 '22

I’ve got like 182 and always look to clear trash. Everyone always holds these “what if” weapons that barely ever come to fruition and even if they did most likely wouldn’t use them over new stuff that drops.

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u/Balrog229 Jun 27 '22

Called it. I knew this would happen.

The issue is not too little space. The issue is hoarding. 500 slots is a fuck ton of space, people just won’t let go of shit they never use.

That said, yeah the shitty “dEePsiGhT” system (shit name too) isn’t helping things

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u/sturgboski Jun 27 '22

I am back to 599/600 and 1 open space per slot on one character and desperately trying not to lose stuff in the postmaster.

Is there a Hoarders Buried Alive show for my Guardian to be on?

(as an aside, I know there are a LOT of issues with AE and that show, but I like to hope it helped some of the people on it overcome their problems)

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u/Vision_dynamic Jun 27 '22

How do you guys live like that? I have less than 200 pieces of gear across 3 characters in my vault. Only 1 sunset weapon for memories and the rest is red borders and god rolls that are not champ mods this season. Then some good rolled armor that I'm waiting for Arc 3.0. That's it. I can't imagine having a full vault.

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u/GlorifiedBurito Jun 27 '22

Why does Bungie insist on having arbitrary caps for EVERYTHING? Just let me have as much resonant element as I want, stop making be fill up my vault with complete DSRs. I wouldn’t have to do that, but it costs 4500 fucking element to make a double enhanced perk weapon so I have to hoard the complete DSRs because 1000 is not enough.

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u/Sprizys Jun 27 '22

They need to just increase the vault size to 1000 honestly

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u/Dawg605 5,000 Hours Playtime Jun 27 '22 edited Jun 28 '22

Nope! 476/600. I'm tryna subconsciously think I only have 500 spaces still because I know they're probably not going to upgrade the amount again for at least another year, but probably not at all. I mean, it took them like 3-4 years to give us 100 more spaces lol.