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"Snake (Normal)" Nameplate in The Phantom Pain.

A Nameplate is a customization feature for Mother Base that was introduced in the Version 1.07 update for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. They can be purchased with Event Points, which were also introduced in the same update. Obtained Nameplates can be found in the iDroid's Mother Base menu under the Customization submenu.

Available Nameplates

Name Image Cost (Event Points) as well as the period they are issued
Default N/A
Snake [Normal] E77CH7z 0 (requires that the player achieve between Top 501 and Top 1000 players in Event Point collection during the December 29, 2015-January 5, 2016 Skulls Attack Event, the February 23-March 8 Bound Dragons event, and presumably the September 20-October 4 Skulls Attack Event to access)
Snake [Bronze] CZytBue 0 (requires that the player achieve between Top 101 and Top 500 players in Event Point collection during the December 29, 2015-January 5, 2016 Skulls Attack Event, the February 23-March 8 Bound Dragons event, and presumably the September 20-October 4 Skulls Attack Event to access)
Snake [Silver] T1UCPZh 0 (requires that the player achieve between Top 11 and Top 100 players in Event Point collection during the December 29, 2015-January 5, 2016 Skulls Attack Event, the February 23-March 8 Bound Dragons event, and presumably the September 20-October 4 Skulls Attack Event to access)
Snake [Gold] K7zFzc1 0 (requires that the player achieve between Top 1 and Top 10 players in Event Point collection during the December 29, 2015-January 5, 2016 Skulls Attack Event, the February 23-March 8 Bound Dragons event, and presumably the September 20-October 4 Skulls Attack Event to access)
Quiet [Normal] 8h60Dtb 800 EP (during initial release of Freedom from Oppression Event, the March 8 rerelease of Mosquito's Legacy event, and the July 19 rerelease of the Skulls Attack event)
Quiet [Bronze] VALxUBO 800 EP (during initial release of Freedom from Oppression Event, the March 8 rerelease of Mosquito's Legacy event, and the July 19 rerelease of the Skulls Attack event)
Quiet [Silver] UaXWZUt 800 EP (during initial release of Freedom from Oppression Event, the March 8 rerelease of Mosquito's Legacy event, and the July 19 rerelease of the Skulls Attack event)
Quiet [Gold] CngbHif 800 EP (during initial release of Freedom from Oppression Event, the March 8 rerelease of Mosquito's Legacy event, and the July 19 rerelease of the Skulls Attack event)
D-Dog [Normal] 0Qh0poW 800 EP (during initial release of Skulls Attack Event and the March 15 and May 10 rereleases of the New World Order event)
D-Dog [Bronze] A5tDSG6 800 EP (during initial release of Skulls Attack Event and the March 15 and May 10 rereleases of the New World Order event)
D-Dog [Silver] 4IAc9nV 800 EP (during initial release of Skulls Attack Event and the March 15 and May 10 rereleases of the New World Order event)
D-Dog [Gold] DqDCc3C 800 EP (during initial release of Skulls Attack Event and the March 15 and May 10 rereleases of the New World Order event)
D-Horse [Normal] BvBvCoC 800 EP (during the January 5 reissue of the Mosquito's Legacy Event and the March 22 and May 24 reissue of The Skulls Attack event)
D-Horse [Bronze] ZxiCcUG 800 EP (during the January 5 reissue of the Mosquito's Legacy Event and the March 22 and May 24 reissue of The Skulls Attack event)
D-Horse [Silver] SJCliNn 800 EP (during the January 5 reissue of the Mosquito's Legacy Event and the March 22 and May 24 reissue of The Skulls Attack event)
D-Horse [Gold] N2UIaYe 800 EP (during the January 5 reissue of the Mosquito's Legacy Event and the March 22 and May 24 reissue of The Skulls Attack event)
Miller [Normal] Yip6D3d 800 EP (during the January 12 reissue of the Bound Dragons Event and the April 5 and June 7 reissues of Mosquito's Legacy)
Miller [Bronze] FLx7Tmj 800 EP (during the January 12 reissue of the Bound Dragons Event and the April 5 and June 7 reissues of Mosquito's Legacy)
Miller [Silver] FvozBml 800 EP (during the January 12 reissue of the Bound Dragons Event and the April 5 and June 7 reissues of Mosquito's Legacy)
Miller [Gold] TTEgJ2S 800 EP (during the January 12 reissue of the Bound Dragons Event and the April 5 and June 7 reissues of Mosquito's Legacy)
Ocelot [Normal] K2K76gE 800 EP (during the January 26 reissue of Skulls Attack Event and June 21 reissue of Bound Dragons)
Ocelot [Bronze] 3giicM0 800 EP (during the January 26 reissue of Skulls Attack Event and June 21 reissue of Bound Dragons)
Ocelot [Silver] IIZ74iF 800 EP (during the January 26 reissue of Skulls Attack Event and June 21 reissue of Bound Dragons)
Ocelot [Gold] GWz1s33 800 EP (during the January 26 reissue of Skulls Attack Event and June 21 reissue of Bound Dragons)
Skull Face [Normal] 9PXe5B7 800 EP (During the February 9, April 26, and August 2 reissues of Freedom from Oppression)
Skull Face [Bronze] CWzP27j 800 EP (During the February 9 and April 26, and August 2 reissues of Freedom from Oppression)
Skull Face [Silver] OiRohMW 800 EP (During the February 9 and April 26, and August 2 reissues of Freedom from Oppression)
Skull Face [Gold] 1Uthf6O 800 EP (During the February 9 and April 26, and August 2 reissues of Freedom from Oppression)
Man on Fire [Normal] Hk31qfR 800 EP (During the February 23 and April 19 reissues of Bound Dragons and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack)
Man on Fire [Bronze] O8naohf 800 EP (During the February 23 and April 19 reissues of Bound Dragons and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack)
Man on Fire [Silver] BnSDGZ9 800 EP (During the February 23 and April 19 reissues of Bound Dragons and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack)
Man on Fire [Gold] 5wqBEQx 800 EP (During the February 23 and April 19 reissues of Bound Dragons and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack)
Huey [Normal] 6JNOmb6 800 EP (During the May 10 reissue of New World Order and August 23 reissue of Mosquito's Legacy); Post-May 10 update
Huey [Bronze] ETBSHX9 800 EP (During the May 10 reissue of New World Order and August 23 reissue of Mosquito's Legacy); Post-May 10 update
Huey [Silver] Wn69HVE 800 EP (During the May 10 reissue of New World Order and August 23 reissue of Mosquito's Legacy); Post-May 10 update
Huey [Gold] DiSlQMZ 800 EP (During the May 10 reissue of New World Order and August 23 reissue of Mosquito's Legacy); Post-May 10 update
Code Talker [Normal] HMObTBH 800 EP (During the July 5 reissue of New World Order and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack); Post-May 10 update
Code Talker [Bronze] X9eVEB9 800 EP (During the July 5 reissue of New World Order and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack); Post-May 10 update
Code Talker [Silver] UFirQEE 800 EP (During the July 5 reissue of New World Order and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack); Post-May 10 update
Code Talker [Gold] VdsUaO5 800 EP (During the July 5 reissue of New World Order and September 20 reissue of Skulls Attack); Post-May 10 update
Third Boy [Normal] V0FAm5h 800 EP (During the August 9 reissue of Bound Dragons); Post-May 10 update
Third Boy [Bronze] REqfYQp 800 EP (During the August 9 reissue of Bound Dragons); Post-May 10 update
Third Boy [Silver] DwmFmBA 800 EP (During the August 9 reissue of Bound Dragons); Post-May 10 update
Third Boy [Gold] HRelDt9 800 EP (During the August 9 reissue of Bound Dragons); Post-May 10 update
Ishmael [Normal] ITpLBEe 800 EP (During the September 6 reissue of New World Order); Post-May 10 update
Ishmael [Bronze] 1dzFf5u 800 EP (During the September 6 reissue of New World Order); Post-May 10 update
Ishmael [Silver] ABTedyz 800 EP (During the September 6 reissue of New World Order); Post-May 10 update
Ishmael [Gold] P9bmvJi 800 EP (During the September 6 reissue of New World Order); Post-May 10 update
Eli [Normal][1] X5ulh8x 800 EP; Post-May 10 update
Eli [Bronze][1] 1xFBBTP 800 EP; Post-May 10 update
Eli [Silver][1] PjXrwUm 800 EP; Post-May 10 update
Eli [Gold][1] 8x4Bmqv 800 EP; Post-May 10 update

Other information

The Quiet, D-Dog, D-Horse, Miller, Ocelot, Skull Face, and Man on Fire nameplates require the player to successfully infiltrate a FOB armed with a Defender during the Event Period, with it being necessary to infiltrate once, 10, 30, and 100 times depending on the nameplate type (normal, bronze, silver, and gold, respectively). It is to be noted that it only requires that the prerequisites only need to be met and unlocked once, as afterwards, the nameplates will be included for distribution in each successive event.[2] The Snake nameplates, likewise, requires that the player gain top rankings in Event Points, with normal requiring top 501-1000, bronze requiring top 101-500, silver requiring top 11-100, and gold requiring top 1-10. On a related note, the Snake nameplates are the only nameplate sets to require the direct involvement of the FOB event mission in the event period to unlock, as the others, while released during specific FOB event periods, require that the player do regular FOB infiltrations instead of the actual FOB event missions to access.

In the initial release and to a lesser extent re-release for the nameplates, not counting the Snake nameplate set, they also were released with an emblem matching the character in the nameplate. The only exceptions were the initial release of the Miller nameplate, which had the Buddy Emblem: D-Walker being released instead of an actual emblem for Miller, and the Man on Fire, who also had an emblem of Third Child released alongside an emblem of the Man on Fire himself (the latter being a reference to their partnership in the game). In order, the Quiet nameplate's initial release had the Buddy emblem version of her while the rerelease version had the facial version of her; the D-Dog initial release had the Buddy emblem version while the rerelease version had his likeness as a puppy; the initial release for D-Horse had the buddy emblem version; the Ocelot nameplate had a matching emblem; and the Skull Face nameplate likewise had a matching emblem. The Miller nameplate is the only nameplate thus far to not be released with a matching emblem at any point (in the first release, the emblem was released with Buddy Emblem: D-Walker as aforementioned, and in the second release, there was no emblem released at all with the event, in large part because of the MIRAZH-71 grenade launcher being released halfway through the event).

The nameplates also have a varying logo on each of them. The normal version has no logo on it, the Bronze version has the Militaires Sans Frontières logo, the Silver version has the Diamond Dogs logo, and the Gold version has the initial Outer Heaven logo.

In some FOBs between January 5 and January 12, there was at least one player spotted with a Gold-colored Skull Face nameplate, implying that he was going to be in a series of nameplates and that there were going to be more nameplates besides Snake, Quiet, D-Dog, and D-Horse.[3] Leaked data confirmed as much and also revealed that there would be nameplates for Skull Face, Ocelot, Miller, and the Man on Fire.[4]

Five new sets of nameplates, featuring Huey, Eli, Third Child, Ishmael, and Code Talker, were unveiled during the May 10 update. Of them, only Huey, Code Talker, Third Child, and Ishmael so far have been released.[1]

Teaser images for the Event Point prizes implied that the nameplates would have cost 30000 Event Points,[5] although in the final version, they cost 800 EP. Something similar was also observed with the other prize items.

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