Cyrtarachne’s Facade

Cyrtarachne's Facade
Cyrtarachne's Facade image
  • Class TypeHunter
  • Item TypeHelmet
  • CategoryExotic Helmet
  • RarityExotic

The perfect disguise.

Perk Socket

Acrobat's Focus perkAcrobat's Focus - Exotic Intrinsic

Gain Woven Mail when activating grapple. Increased flinch resistance while Woven Mail is active.

How To Get Cyrtarachne's Facade

Source: Solo Legend and Master Lost Sectors

The official source of this item is that it is obtained from 'Source: Solo Legend and Master Lost Sectors'. Depending on the current season and the availablity of characters, this may no longer be the case. Items that were exclusive to an event or season are typically available to purchase via Ada 1 or the Gunsmith. Each day, random inventory will be available.


The perfect disguise.

Dumpster diving wasn't the classiest of hobbies, but it gave her insight she couldn't get anywhere else. At least, that's what she reminded her Ghost as the two scoured the alleyways of Neomuna.

The helmet had a lovely heft in her hands as she pulled it from a pile of expired tech and half-melted Vex. This was a rare find. Turns out people who live in a highly advanced virtual society also have an almost perfect waste disposal system. Almost.

As she examined her prize, she spied something poking out from inside. She retrieved five yellowed sheets of actual paper, covered in barely legible writing:

Expedition #17: Thalassa. Unsatisfied with excursions on Neptune, I've begun to take my trips a bit further to its surrounding moonsu2014

Boring, she skipped ahead.

u2014appears to be a conglomeration of space junk long fused together. Deep blue, green, and yellow hues ripple across amalgamate hillsu2014

Too many big words.

u2014I do not appear to be its first visitoru2014

She continued to skim.

u2014ship wreckageu2014

u2014old pieces of armor, coloring unlike anything I've ever seenu2014

u2014not made for a Humanu2014

Huh. The helm sure looked like it would fit.

u2014large creatures, MANY legsu2014

Her eyes widened. Finally, it was getting good. She turned the page overu2026 nothing. Blank.

With a scoff, she crumpled up the papers, tossed them over her shoulder, and stalked off with the helmet.

Expedition Log #17:

Neptune's Second Closest Satellite, Thalassa: Neptune's wilderness proved unsatisfying, so I've begun to take trips further out to surrounding moons. Equipment detected several chemical signatures; samples should be plentiful. If readings are accurate, collected resources will help Neomuna greatly.

Touchdown Evaluation: Initial readings detect nominal quantities of phosphates and bountiful networks of framework silicates. Networks are jutting out from nearby caverns and visible to the naked eye.

I cite novice oil painting skills to describe the networks' hues as such: deep blue, green, and yellow. [NOTE: cross-reference hue interpretation with paint tubes].

I cite minimal creative writing knowledge to describe the landscape: the hues ripple across amalgamate hills that roll as far as the eye can see.

Initial Exploration: Came upon a shipwreck, very old, parts burnt out beyond recognition. Found items in nearby area:

- 1 armored glove: unusable, built for three digits, one of which appears opposable

- 2 armored shin guards: simple design, both cracked

- 1 helmet: visor intact

Observations: The armor is painted. Markings unrecognizable but appear intentional.

Hazard[!]: Fauna observed at nearest cavernu2014large creatures, MANY legs, pincers. Having no experience in zoology, I conclude: probably unfriendly. Discovered the unique pattern on the found helmet matches the coloring of the creatures. n attempted disguise?

Sample Collected: framework silicate, 2.2 kilos.

Continued Observation: Creatures are unfriendly. Attempted to collect more samples, unknowingly encroached on territory.

Theory: Helmet was indeed an attempted disguise, perhaps I will utilize it as well.

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