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Code Vein Valuables Guide: Find out how to maximize your Trading Points with these items

Besides having them as AI partners when you explore its world, Code Vein allows you to interact with all the NPC in your hub by giving them Valuables. These are essentially gifts you can give the characters in order to get Trading Points, which are character specific: if you give a Valuable to a character, you will get Trading Points to use only with that character. As such, every character has different preferences.

During your time with your game you will find many of these Valuables simply by playing, but you will also find items called Old World Material that you can exchange for certain Valuables with an NPC located right next to the mistle you unlock after beating the first boss. This merchant has a very limited list of valuables: Fragrant Tea, Local Pennant, Flower Seeds, Antique LP Record, Custom Gun Parts, Protein Powder, Chocolate Garlic Flakes and Blood Bead Candy. All the other Valuables are found by exploring.

Here we bring you a list of which Valuables each character likes the most. Valuables can give 1, 2, 3 or 5 Trading Points or if a character doesn’t like the item then they will simply not take it and tell you to give it to someone else. This list only includes Valuables that are worth 2 or more points; if an item is not listed under a character then it’s either worth 1 point for them or the character doesn’t like it.

List of Valuables by character

  • Yakumo
    • 5 points - Aged Brandy, Boutique Sake, Bugarally Doll
    • 3 points - 35mm Reel, Antique LP Record, Blood Bead Candy, Board Game, Custom Gun Parts, Faded Comics, Pungent Cheese, Retro Game, Sushi Tacos
    • 2 points - Aromatic Herbs, Classic Camera, Expensive Cigars, Fancy Cologne, Organic Soap, Powerful Spices, Protein Powder, Spotless Instrument, Tomato Oden Sandwich
  • Louis
    • 5 points - Faded Comics, Tomato Oden Sandwich, Yellowed Book
    • 3 points - Blood Bead Candy, Bottled Jam, Bugarally Doll, Fragrant Tea, Spotless Instrument
    • 2 points - 35mm Reel, Aged Brandy, Antique Coin, Antique LP Record, Board Game, Boutique Sake, Chocolate Garlic Flakes, Custom Gun Parts, Fancy Cologne, Organic Soap, Protein Powder, Pungent Cheese, Retro Game, Sushi Tacos
  • Mia
    • 5 points - Aromatic Herbs, Fragrant Tea
    • 3 points - Aged Brandy, Blood Bead Candy, Bottled Jam, Bugarally Doll, Fancy Cologne, Organic Soap, Powerful Spices, Sushi Tacos, Tomato Oden Sandwich
    • 2 points - 35mm Reel, Antique LP Record, Board Game, Faded Comics, Flower Seeds, Retro Game, Stuffed Toy, Undamaged Paint Set
  • Coco
    • 5 points - Aromatic Herbs, Chocolate Garlic Flakes, Powerful Spices, Sushi Tacos, Tomato Oden Sandwich
    • 3 points - Blood Bead Candy, Bottled Jam, Fancy Cologne, Organic Soap
    • 2 points - 35mm Reel, Antique Coin, Antique LP Record, Board Game, Bugarally Doll, Custom Gun Parts, Expensive Cigars, Flower Seeds, Fragrant Tea, Retro Game, Stuffed Toy, Well-worn Tool
  • Murasame
    • 5 points - Board Game, Bugarally Doll, Retro Game
    • 3 points - Antique LP Record, Blood Bead Candy, Chocolate Garlic Flakes, Custom Gun Parts, Faded Comics, Fancy Cologne, Organic Soap, Stuffed Toy, Sushi Tacos, Well-worn Tool
    • 2 points - 35mm Reel, Aromatic Herbs, Bottled Jam, Flower Seeds, Fragrant Tea, Spotless Instrument, Undamaged Paint Set, Yellowed Book
  • Davis
    • 5 points - Antique LP Record, Bugarally Doll, Chocolate Garlic Plakes, Classic Camera
    • 3 points - Blood Bead Candy, Boutique Sake, Expensive Cigars, Protein Powder, Pungent Cheese, Tomato Oden Sandwich, Well-worn Tool, Yellowed Book
    • 2 points - 35mm Reel, Antique Coin, Custom Gun Parts, Faded Comics, Fancy Cologne, Flower Seeds, Fragrant Tea, Organic Soup, Powerful Spices, Sushi Tacos
  • Io
    • 5 points - Curious Novelty, Local Pennant, Tomato Oden Sandwich
    • 3 points - 35mm Reel, Blood Bead Candy, Bugarally Doll, Chocolate Garlic Flakes, Faded Comics, Fancy Cologne, Fragrant Tea, Organic Soap, Sushi Tacos, Yellowed Book
    • 2 points - Antique Coin, Antique LP Record, Aromatic Herbs, Board Game, Bottled Jam, Classic Camera, Flower Seeds, Retro Game, Spotless Instrument, Undamaged Paint Set
  • Eva
    • 5 points - Flower Seeds, Tomato Oden Sandwich
    • 3 points - Antique Coin, Antique LP Record, Blood Bead Candy, Bugarally Doll, Faded Comics, Fancy Cologne, Organic Soap, Spotless Instrument, Undamaged Pain Set
    • 2 points - 35mm Reel, Aromatic Herbs, Bottled Jam, Classic Camera, Custom Gun Parts, Fragrant Tea, Powerful Spices, Pungent Cheese, Stuffed Toy, Yellowed Book
  • Jack
    • 5 points - Aged Brandy, Antique Coin, Bugarally Doll, Sushi Tacos
    • 3 points - 35mm Reel, Antique LP Record, Blood Bead Candy, Classic Camera, Expensive Cigars, Flower Seeds, Pungent Cheese, Yellowed Book
    • 2 points - Aromatic Herbs, Bottled Jam, Chocolate Garlic Flakes, Custom Gun Parts, Fragrant Tea, Organic Soap, Powerful Spices, Protein Powder, Tomato Oden Sandwich

What to get with your Trading Points

Now that you know how to maximize your Trading Points, you might be wondering what you should use them for. Every character offers a variety of items that include consumable healings, a variety of boosters and, more importantly, unique weapons and upgrade materials. The weapons are the same the character uses when they partner with you, and most of them have unique perks. The upgrade materials are Chromes, which allow you to Transform a piece of equipment in order to alter its properties to, generally, make it have more synergy with the Blood Code you get from the character that gives you said Chrome. The only way to get these specific Chromes is by trading, while some of the more general ones like the ones that add elemental damage can be found by exploring.

For example, Yakumo offers Atlas Chrome, which increases an equipment’s stats but also its weight, since his Blood Code has high weight capacity, while the material Mia offers improves the drain rate of a weapon at the cost of attack power, pairing well with her Blood Code and the gun she offers. These upgrade materials can still be used in any equipment, regardless of Blood Code, so if any of them fit your build they should be the a high priority for spending Trading Points.

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