Tower of Fantasy: How to Spend Old Vera Coins

Old Vera Coins are a new currency in Tower of Fantasy, usable only in the city of Mirroria. Learn where and what you get when you spend them.

With the new Vera planet released in the 2.0 update to Tower of Fantasy comes a whole new set of currencies. One of these, Old Vera Coins, replaces the standard Dark Crystals as rewards for opening Supply Pods of either type. Black Nucleus Supply Pod I now gives 20 Old Vera Coins, and Gold Nucleus Supply Pod II gives 50.

It's not clear, however, where you spend the coins. If you look at the item's description, it simply says you can use them in gachapon machines but doesn't indicate where you might find them. That's what this guide is all about: how you spend Old Vera Coins.

Where to Spend Old Vera Coins

Once you get to Vera, one of the first things you do is make your way to the floating city of Mirroria. While the majority of the city is off-limits early on, the gachapon machines are not. You'll find the machines in six locations, but only two of them have machines that accept Old Vera Coins. The remaining four locations only accept Mira, the other primary currency used in Mirroria.

The first Vera Coin gachapon machine is on the platform called Mirafleur Hall.

It's directly east of the taxi platform, up against the railing. To its left are some bushes and a white-haired beggar. There are two machines, and only the one on the right, glowing yellow, takes Old Vera Coins.

The second Vera Coin gachapon machine is on the platform south of Mirafleur Hall, labeled the Hazardous Materials Lab.

While technically reachable by following the bridges connecting the platforms, it's easier to get to the machine by taking the taxi there, then heading to the southeastern portion of the area. 

The blue-lit gachapon machine on the right takes Old Vera Coins.

Those are the only two places to spend your Old Vera Coins right now. A third exists in a section of Mirroria that you can access later in a playthrough, and we'll update the article when it becomes available.

Like a Standard or Limited banner, you can pull one or ten times for 50 or 500 Coins, respectively. The complete list of possible pulls is below.

Mirafleur Hall Gachapon Machine

Yellow Rarity

  • 1 Jerboa Chassis vehicle part (super rare).
  • 1 HOTTA Giftbox I with five Red Nuclei and 10 Gold Nuclei(super rare).
  • 1 Red Nucleus (5 available).
  • 1 Gold Nucleus (10 available).
  • 3 Spacetime Crystal Fragments (5 groups available).
  • 300 Dark Crystals (5 piles available).
  • 2 Booster Frame II (20 pairs available).

Purple Rarity

  • 2 Nano Coating II (40 pairs available).
  • 2 Spacetime Crystal Dust (10 pairs available).
  • 1 Booster Module II (40 available).
  • 1 Advancement Module II (8 available).
  • 2 Ultimate Warrior Otter gifts (20 pairs available).

Blue Rarity

  • 4 Universal Combat Parts II (25 sets available).
  • 2 Weapon Battery III (50 pairs available).
  • 3 Mirroria Toy Bricks gifts (20 sets available).
  • 1 pile of 8,000 gold (50 piles available).

Green Rarity

  • 20 Crystal Chunks (50 sets available).

Hazardous Materials Lab Gachapon Machine

Yellow Rarity

  • 1 Jerboa Power Core vehicle part (super rare).
  • 1 HOTTA Giftbox II with five Special Vouchers and 10 Proofs of Purchase (super rare).
  • 1 Special Voucher (5 available).
  • 1 Proof of Purchase (10 available).
  • 3 Spacetime Crystal Fragments (5 groups available).
  • 300 Dark Crystals (5 piles available).
  • 2 Nanofiber Frame II (20 pairs available).

Purple Rarity

  • 2 Acidproof Glaze II (40 teams available).
  • 2 Spacetime Crystal Dust (10 pairs available).
  • 1 Potent Omnium Crystal II (4 available).
  • 1 Potent Omnium Crystal (50 available).
  • 2 School Idol Albis gifts (20 pairs known).

Blue Rarity

  • 4 Universal Combat Parts II (25 sets available).
  • 2 Weapon Battery III (50 pairs available).
  • 3 Rabbit Throw Pillow gifts (20 sets available).
  • 1 pile of 8,000 gold (50 piles available).

Green Rarity

  • 20 Crystal Chunks (50 sets available).

Keep those two (later three) gachapon machine locations handy, as you'll be coming back at least a few dozen times. In the meantime, head over to our Tower of Fantasy guides hub for more on the base game and Artificial Island content.

Contributor

John Schutt has been playing games for almost 25 years, starting with Super Mario 64 and progressing to every genre under the sun. He spent almost 4 years writing for strategy and satire site TopTierTactics under the moniker Xiant, and somehow managed to find time to get an MFA in Creative Writing in between all the gaming. His specialty is action games, but his first love will always be the RPG. Oh, and his avatar is, was, and will always be a squirrel, a trend he's carried as long as he's had a Steam account, and for some time before that.

Published Oct. 22nd 2022

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