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Supply Crate MYST-N Main

An example of a supply case this one being the Supply Crate MYST-N

Supply Cases are used to transport guns and other weapons into warzones.


Supply Cases were the first gambling/chance items to appear in Combat Arms. These items are rather expensive but, once opened, immediately give the player (you) one completely random item from the list of items that the case may contain. The duration of the item is random as well: 1 day, 3 days, 7 days, 30 days, or 90 days, with 1 day having the highest percentage chance to occur. Most cases offer a slim chance of a Permanent duration item. These cases may contain items that are already purchasable in the Shop, but can also contain items obtained exclusively from the cases.

In the early days of Combat Arms, Supply Cases held all sorts of things. A case that may have held a rare L96A1 Ghillie rifle could also contain a common M18 Smoke grenade. Nexon revised the system in 2009 with the advent of "type-specific" cases. These cases contained items that were in the same weapon class; for example, an AR case would contain common and rare Assault Rifles, but not items of other types.

However, in late 2009 Nexon decided to remove all the type-specific cases from the game. It is not known if they will ever return to the game, but as of 2010, the only cases still offered are the MYST-G/N cases, and the GP Common/Hazard cases.

In Combat Arms EU, from 2/07/2011 until 02/08/2011, the event "Supply Case Flashback" offered the possibility to buy the original weapon specific cases including G36-N7.

"The original weapon specific supply cases are back for a limited time! They're chock full of all your favorite weapons! Get them in the Black Market from July 27th - August 2nd."

Combat Arms America also hosted this event from 09/16/11 until 09/19/11, with the special offer of a free Weapon Patch Kit for each case purchased.

List of Current Cases

Current GP cases

Current NX cases

List of Former Cases

Former NX Cases

Former GP cases

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