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Supply Drops are a microtransaction system featured in Battlefield Heroes that allow players to earn cosmetic items and Widgets to decorate their characters through the use of random chance.

Players are able to purchase Supply Drops for Play4Free FundsP4F Funds BFH.png. Each Supply Drop contains only one item from the available pool of items for the case. Supply Drops were often released in conjunction with a themed cosmetic bundle, a promotion or as standard in the base game. All team-specific supply drops require the player to have a character of the given team to open. Once a player has obtained all unique objects in a supply drop, future openings will result in Widgets or other bonuses being obtained. Another type of supply drop exists as the Treasure Chest, a special drop whose contents change consistently and is opened with the purchase of keys.

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Christmas Supply Drop[edit | edit source]

The Christmas Supply Drop was available from December 21st, 2010 to December 25th, 2010, in conjunction with the Christmas 2010 update, costing 725Battlefunds.png each. The Christmas Supply Drop is only available to the National Army, unlocking team-specific cosmetics, the Terrific Health Tonic, and weapons from the Christmas 2010, Medal of Honor and Battlefield Heroes Gets Bad Company updates.

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Blackbeard's Treasure Chest[edit | edit source]

The Blackbeard's Treasure Chest was released on May 18th, 2011, in conjunction with the Summer of Heroes update, costing 1,199P4F Funds BFH.png each. The Blackbeard's Treasure Chest is only available to the National Army, unlocking team-specific cosmetics.

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Pandora's Box[edit | edit source]

"Do you dare to open Pandora's Box?"

— Flavour text of the Pandora's Box.


The Pandora's Box was released on July 20th, 2011, in conjunction with the Summer of Heroes update, costing 210Battlefunds.png or 1,199P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Pandora's Box came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Spoils of War[edit | edit source]

The Spoils of War was released on August 17th, 2011, in conjunction with the Summer of Heroes update, costing 210Battlefunds.png or 1,199P4F Funds BFH.png each. It was also on sale for 600P4F Funds BFH.png in April, 2014. Each Spoils of War came with either a Royal Army (Cruel) or National Army (Brutal) variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Sarcophagus[edit | edit source]

The Sarcophagus was released on October 18th, 2011, in conjunction with the Heroes of Halloween 2011 update, costing 210Battlefunds.png or 1,199P4F Funds BFH.png each.[1] Each Sarcophagus came with either a Royal Army (Pharaoh Mummy's) or National Army (Anubis' God) variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Christmas Gift[edit | edit source]

The Christmas Gift was released on December 1st, 2011, in conjunction with the Christmas 2011 update, being given for free every day over the month of the December.[2] Each Christmas Gift came with either a Royal Army (Santa's Gift) or National Army (Nikolaus' Gift) variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[3]

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  • 1 day trial of Christmas 2011 items

Christmas Visit[edit | edit source]

The Christmas Visit was released on December 1st, 2011, in conjunction with the Christmas 2011 update, costing 210Battlefunds.png each.[2] Each Christmas Visit came with either a Royal Army (Santa's Visit) or National Army (Nikolaus' Visit) variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[2]

Spare Parts[edit | edit source]

The Spare Parts were released on February 3rd, 2012, in conjunction with the Vehicle Mayhem update, costing 1,999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Spare Parts came with either a Royal Army (Road Ranger's) or National Army (Track Hunter's) variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Cosmic Drop[edit | edit source]

The Cosmic Drop was released on April 18th, 2012, in conjunction with the On the Moon update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Cosmic Drop came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[4]

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Trade Supplies[edit | edit source]

The Trade Supplies were released on May 16th, 2012, in conjunction with the Desperados & Luchadores update, costing 749P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Trade Supplies came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[5]

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Secret[edit | edit source]

The Secret drops were released on August 15th, 2012, in conjunction with the Hardboiled Heroes update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each.[6] Each Secret came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[7][8]

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Supply Drop[edit | edit source]

The Supply Drop was released on September 28th, 2012, in conjunction with the Veteran Heroes update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Supply Drop came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[9]

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Underworld Portal[edit | edit source]

"Do you dare to open the portal?!"

— Flavour text of the Underworld Portal.


The Underworld Portal was released on October 18th, 2012, in conjunction with the Halloween 2012 update, costing 1,299P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Underworld Portal came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[10]

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MegaCorp Drop[edit | edit source]

The MegaCorp Drop was released on November 20th, 2012 for the Punk Heroes 2 update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each MegaCorp Drop came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[11]

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CaptainShop's Holiday Rarities[edit | edit source]

The CaptainShop's Holiday Rarities, also referred to as CaptainShop's Holiday Drops or Cpt. Shop's Drops, were released on December 1st, 2012 in conjunction with the Christmas 2012 update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each CaptainShop's Holiday Drop came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[12][13]

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Frozen Supplies[edit | edit source]

"What is hidden in snow, is revealed at thaw!"

— In-game description


The Frozen Supplies were released on December 26th, 2012 in conjunction with the Christmas 2012 update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Frozen Supplies came with either a Royal Army or National Army variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[14]

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Robot Supplies[edit | edit source]

The Robot Supplies were released on January 16th, 2013, for the Robots v2 update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Robot Supplies came with either a Royal Army (Mech Supplies) or National Army (Droid Supplies) variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.[15]

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Intergalactic Drop[edit | edit source]

"Who are they? What do they want? And what are they wearing?! Open the Intergalactic Drop and find out!"

— Flavor text of the Intergalactic Drop.


The Intergalactic Drop was released alongside the Cryo Pod on February 22nd, 2013, in conjunction with the Aliens update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Intergalactic Drop came with either a Royal Army[16] or National Army[17] variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Cryo Pod[edit | edit source]

"Frozen in time it traveled millions of light years! Do you dare to look inside!?"

— Flavor text of the Cryo Pod.


The Cryo Pod was released alongside the Intergalactic Drop on February 22nd, 2013, in conjunction with the Aliens update, costing 1,499P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Cryo Pod came with either a Royal Army[18] or National Army[19] variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Monster Supplies[edit | edit source]

The Monster Supplies were released on May 15th, 2013, in conjunction with the Monsters update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Monster Supplies came with either a Royal Army (Royal Mutant)[20] or National Army (National Nightwatcher)[21] variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Monster Creations[edit | edit source]

The Monster Creations were released on May 5th, 2013 for the Monsters update, costing 1,499P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Monster Creations came with either a Royal Army (Bizarre)[22] or National Army (Fangtastic)[23] variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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Arctic Survival Drop[edit | edit source]

The Arctic Survival Drop was released on December 1st, 2013, in conjunction with the Christmas 2013 update, costing 999P4F Funds BFH.png each. Each Arctic Survival Drop came with either a Royal Army[24] or National Army[25] variant, unlocking the team-specific cosmetics.

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