family heirlooms are Apex Legends’ the most unique objects. Heirloom sets contain an item tied to their owner’s stories and can be used as a melee weapon (without any bonus damage). These heirlooms also have unique inspection animations, which nod to the character’s stories.
Nine seasons after her release in season five, Loba finally got her Heirloom set in season 14. The official Respawn Entertainment Twitter account hinted at the weapon. in a comicand he finally made his way to the game with the Beast of Prey event as Garra de Alanza (Alanza’s Claw, translated from Portuguese).
There will be two different paths to get the Garra de Alanza depending on when you try to get it, with players during the event having a clearer (albeit more expensive) path. Here’s how you can get Loba’s heirloom for yourself in Summit.
How to get Loba’s heirloom in Summit
The only way to unlock Loba’s heirloom after the Beast of Prey event is to follow the same process as other legends’ heirloom sets. The Garra de Alanza will be available for 150 Heirloom Shards in the game’s exclusive store. The hardest part, though, is getting the Heirloom Shards down in the first place. They are the most elusive element of Summit and are guaranteed to drop after 500 Apex Packs, an achievable metric for all players who fully rank up with the game’s new progression system. However, there is another way to get the Legacy during the event.
How to Get Loba’s Heirloom in the Beast of Prey Event
During the Beast of Prey event, Loba’s Heirloom is available by purchasing all 24 items in the Beast of Prey collection. Players who do so will receive the Heirloom for free, allowing them to save their Heirloom Shards for another day. This process is expensive, however, as it requires players to purchase multiple items from the collection. Players who want to go this route could purchase lower rarity items with Crafting Metals to take them out of the loot pool in the event’s Apex Packs. All items will also be available for direct purchase for Apex Coins.
Loba’s Legacy: Garra de Alanza
Loba’s legacy, the Garra de Alanza, echoes the character’s past with a nod to a fan of Loba’s mother, Alanza Andrade. By her own admission, however, Loba made a replica of Alanza’s fan, with a few modifications that her haters would “love,” as she puts it. Jaime in a Twitter comic– likely indicating the deadly changes Loba made by adding blades to it.
The melee weapon skin is a throwback to Loba’s past by being based on a design of one of her mother’s personal effects, but her inspecting animations also show a nod to her own vendetta against Returning. Respawn showed off one of its unique animations, in which Loba pulls out one of Revenant’s skulls, then proceeds to scrape the knife against its metal shell, before cutting the skull in half. Players can also expect to find more nods to Loba lore in other inspection animations.