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  1. I don't care about Nyx because she isn't my style of warframe but the changes for her look ok to me. Titania is a different story. I love Titania in her current form, I enjoy razorwing and how it functions and I adore the buff to lantern and the vacuum addition to razerwing is going to make her feel SO much more comfortable to play I think. Having said that I don't think you are doing enough with the aura's. Yes the ability to stack them up to max with one cast is a welcome change but as so many others have stated before me, the buffs are very underwhelming and could be better. Thorns is gained from melee enemies and is useless for obvious reasons, damage reflect in this game is pointless with armor reduction and others have run the numbers in this thread to prove it so I don't need to say more I think. I would like to see it become a small buff effect similar to how octavia gets small buffs for doing specific actions in time to music. Tribute a melee enemy, get a small buff to melee damage or attack speed. It doesn't have to be large but it would be far more useful of an ability than damage reflection especially in aura form for the rest of the team. Dust I think isn't "as" useless especially when you consider the accuracy debuff aura mod for corpus. I come from World of Warcraft where tanking meant damage mitigation and I think people underestimate the use of straight damage mitigation. Having said that it is still underwhelming for one reason and one reason only. Damage mitigation doesn't mean anything if the enemy is dealing enough damage to one shot you with that one bullet in 10 that actually lands. Damage reduction is a far more effective stat in the current state of the game for defensive purposes which places armor and damage reduction abilities head and shoulders above accuracy debuff. If enemies couldn't simply one shot you at high levels this aura might be more useful but that isn't the case. I would even be ok with this getting flipped into "allies get more accuracy" which some might argue with me is still not as useful but I would counter with "take any full auto weapon into the sim at a range of 40m and tell me how useful accuracy can be afterwards. Course we could just slap multishot to primary or something on it and call it a day. Entangle is the only one I see as being somewhat ok in its current form albeit only somewhat. The range at which the slow is applied is pitifully small to any but melee attack range and isn't effected by mods so that kinda sucks but its still useful. So I'll leave it there. Full Moon....ugh....companion damage. I am never a fan of any mechanic that places damage and its application outside of my control. In WoW and similar games where you have AI controlled allies there is usually always a way to tell your companion "kill this thing" and if I had that ability I would be 100% ok with this aura because I would combine it with a team of Khora's and wreck high value targets with insane companion damage probably using kavaats. But thats not how this game works and because I can't give my pet orders yet (DE PLEASE ADD THIS) this feels super underwhelming. Bottom lining it though, I would rather have the ability to tell my pet what to do than have this particular aura reworked and the addition of it adding damage to the butterflies as well I think increases the use a fair amount because those things can be rather vicious anyway. I would like to close this rant/suggestion box with a note. I view Titania's role in the team like a fighter jet in the air force providing support for ground troops, I would like to see more creative buffs than just flat damage in these auras (enemy highlighting behind walls would be a freaking awesome aura ability that I just thought of) and I would love to see these auras reflect that role a bit better, providing some sort of buff to the team that feels more significant and worth taking the time to cast the ability for. I thank you for your time and consideration in reading this :) and thank you to the development team for the work that you do.
  2. Because god #*!%in forbid a mod with a neat interaction with a mostly unused pistol would make it into the mix and mess with the precious game balance. I disagree with this change completely -.- any pistol with a mag less than 5 especially the knell would have been fine with this mod in the mix. In the case of the knell specifically since I imagine thats what this is targetting anyway, headshot hitboxes are god awful to hit which is the thing that makes the knell hard to use in the first place and it has to be said when I saw that mod that weapon was the first thing that I thought of as maybe I needed to revisit it since I sold it after maxing it because its a S#&$ gun on its own. Nevermind now though. gg
  3. I know ya'll are hard at work with Fortuna but can we please get a fix for Unairu Wisps not spawning like 80% of the time against Hydrolist >.> it's making 4x3's a right pain and I don't even wanna think about attempting a 5x3 under those conditions xD I would be a little sad if I had to wait for Fortuna and its hotfix rounds to see solid tridolon runs again.
  4. This is a mistake, this is a great big whopping mistake that kicks newbs in the face and I am here to explain why. What am I referring to? The dragon key "feature". Let me lay it out in plain english first and then I will make points to back up this claim. This change will absolutely demolish the corrupted mod market for making plat early on. In this game there are 2 types of transactions. Pay to own it now, and pay to own it at all. Let me explain what I mean. Vaulted items are a good example of "pay to own it now" because vaulted items get rereleased which means a patient man/woman can own the vaulted items at lower prices or for free if they are patient enough. Riven mods are a great example of "pay to own it at all" because you may never get that perfect roll on a riven mod for the gun you want if you ever get the riven mod in the first place. Cosmetics are also more obvious examples of "pay to own it at all" because you can't really get them any other way. Here's my first most major point. Corrupted mods are probably the most easily accessible early game farm version of "pay to own it now" and why is that? Because they are a pain in the ass to farm for. You need to be in a group of 4 people and run the whole mission which means you can't farm them by yourself, this gates them behind that magical thing called effort. Now I am always of the opinion that there are too many artificial time sinks in this game for how much there is to it in the endgame but that is a whole different topic altogether. What I don't agree with is removing this particular one because the way it used to function was a reliable means of farming for plat early on for new players so they could get forma, potatoes, etc. I know more than one player who used and abused this effort gated mod farm to their advantage to make a decent amount of plat early on through sheer hard work. Why do you think the market for corrupted mods sits at 25-35 plat reliably when all other mods eventually get regulated down to <5 plat prices? Because the corrupted mods are gated behind effort. I have been playing this game a while and I don't really care about this change for myself because it just means I can now solo farm the stupid mods for my friends which is great but I worry about the new players to this game who are going to lose out on a reliable early game means of getting a little extra plat for themselves when the corrupted mod market crashes through the floor because now vet players who decide to dominate that market are just running speed volt on capture missions solo over and over again. I don't agree with screwing over new players, I simply don't and I really hope someone from DE reads this and seriously reconsiders this "feature"
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