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For other items called Chroma Vow III, see Chroma Vow III.
Warlocks are expected to maintain ceremonial robes. We cannot cede the sartorial struggle to the Hunters.
― In-game description

Chroma Vow III is an uncommon chest armor which can be equipped by Warlocks.[1] It can be dismantled to generate Glimmer and Armor Materials. It can also be transferred between characters using the Vault.

SourcesEdit

Chroma Vow III can be retrieved from one of the following activities/vendors:

Crucible source icon Crucible
This item can drop as a Crucible match reward.
50px Iron Banner
This item can be obtained as an Iron Banner reward.
Crimson Doubles source icon Crimson Doubles
This item was granted during the Crimson Doubles event of February 2016.
Prison of Elders source icon Prison of Elders
This item can drop as a Prison of Elders reward.
Oryx's Dreadnaught source icon Oryx's Dreadnaught
This item drops on Oryx's Dreadnaught.
Strike source icon Strike
This item can drop as a Strike reward. Exotic items can only drop from the most challenging Strike playlist.
Challenge of the Elders source icon Challenge of the Elders
This item is granted through the Challenge of the Elders.

UpgradesEdit

Chroma Vow III can also be upgraded with the following perks:

Column 1Edit

Random perk icon Randomly Selected Perk
This could be one of four randomly selected perks.
Auto Rifle Ammo icon Auto Rifle Ammo
Increases the amount of Auto Rifle ammunition you can carry.
Pulse Rifle Ammo icon Pulse Rifle Ammo
Increases the amount of Pulse Rifle ammunition you can carry.
Scout Rifle Ammo icon Scout Rifle Ammo
Increases the amount of Scout Rifle ammunition you can carry.
Hand Cannon Ammo icon Hand Cannon Ammo
Increases the amount of Hand Cannon ammunition you can carry.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Bungie.net "Chroma Vow III (Uncommon) API call". Retrieved 26 September 2015.