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Here’s the Deep Stone Crypt Loot Table – with added info for the raid’s Cache of the Crypt vendor

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I looked to see if there was a table out there already but I couldn't find one, so I made
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a quick infographic of the loot table in the new Deep Stone Crypt raid, using the detailed information seen when you hover over the "Crypt Caches" in the "Cache of the Crypt" vendor UI when you open the chest after beating the final boss.

For those that don't know, the legendary weapons and armor in DSC appear to be farmable with the new "Spoils of Conquest" (SoC) currency you get when beating raid encounters and opening secret chests. When you beat the final boss in DSC, your drop for the encounter appears next to the chest, but interacting with the chest gets you
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this UI.

It looks like any raid gear you've had drop for you so far is sold for 20 SoC. Alternatively, it looks like you can take a gamble to get a piece of gear that hasn't dropped for you yet by paying 60 SoC for one of the "Crypt Caches" at the top of the UI. Each of those caches corresponds to the loot drops from a specific encounter in the raid. So if you're impatient and have farmed up enough SoC, you might be able to get a new drop from one of those cache's.
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Hovering over the caches gives the details of what gear drops from them, which is where I got the info for this image.
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I'm not 100% sure it will drop gear you haven't gotten yet, because the only example I found of this came from
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Datto's first raid clear where he bought a cache and got a weapon he already had drop earlier in the raid. If the caches don't let you get gear you haven't had drop before, then I'm not sure what the point of them is, since they're 3x more expensive than just buying the gear outright down below.

Also in the UI picture above, you'll see there's six pieces of gear available for purchase. Those greyed out couldn't be bought because there was no available inventory slot for them. I took that screenshot from iLulu's stream earlier today and it might be that she had run multiple classes through the raid already, and the weapon drops might carry over from class to class as well. Again, I'm not 100% sure as I've not completed the raid yet myself (Status: Calamitous).

I did open up the secret chest in the opening sparrow run and got 10 SoC on each character for that. It looks like iLulu got 5 SoC from completing the final boss fight.
u/Freakindon clarified in the comments that you get 5 SoC from completing an encounter if you already beat that encounter that week. So 5 SoC from each raid encounter (4 encounters in DSC) and 10 from each DSC secret chest (2 chests in DSC), that's 40 SoC per full raid run after your first weekly clear, meaning you might be able to purchase 2 gear rolls on those clears. I don't know the details on how farmable SoC is, maybe you can only get it from each encounter once per week, I'm not sure. If you have more info, share it in the comments below.

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