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Zeclem

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  1. i dont think we need to combine groups in such a huge manner. and that 2h heavy group looks way off. polearms and staves can work fine but those stances would look glitched as hell on heavy blades or two handed nikanas. in fact i think similar issues would be in all of those new categories. what we need is simply more stance options. it would be way easier to provide at least one generally liked stance to every weapon class than to do this.
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    tenet diplos

    homing mode being forced makes it too clunky for me to enjoy it. and honestly idk why they thought it was a good idea to give this mechanic to a gun clearly made to be a rapid fire one. spirex would work so much better with this.
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    tenet diplos

    its homing mode needs to be significantly improved, both in damage and how fast the bullets starts to home in. for general use, its a very meh tier weapon.
  4. so your idea of a fixed frame is making it busted? and ive seen plenty of wukongs before rework. just as much as i am seeing now.
  5. here is the thing though, how do you measure how good a frame is without numbers of people playing it? you cant, because thats really the only objective measurement one can have over a frame. i personally think nyx and zephyr are quite great frames, and majority of the community disagrees with me on that. i personally think inaros is bad, and again, majority of the community disagrees as well. you simply cant measure this in any other way as a developer.
  6. i think a lot of people here missed the main point pablo have made there. they werent planning any new reworks because they did not result in the frames being played more in the long term. thats wasted dev time that could be used for things that actually get played long term.
  7. you really dont wanna understand it i see. nobody here is talking about a non living weapon becoming infected with infestation and turning into a new weapon. the point i made is many of the infested weaponry we have are living things by themselves that are made to react in specific ways to specific stimuli so we can use them as weapons. this whole argument about mutualist strain is has been irrelevant to everything i have been saying. that does not mean it has to be a hivemind. maybe, just maybe, it was actually just madness? whats funny is there are way better evidence of infested being a hivemind. you could have used any of those, yet you picked this line that has absolutely nothing to do with it. which, again, is irrelevant to my point. thats not even close to what it actually means dude. your entire "proof" is about how infested couldnt infect mechanical things before alad v when that was not even related to what i said. it was not a failure lol, they fixed the problems they had by using transference powers of the tenno. you said it yourself, helminth is used to make warframes and is still used to make warframes. when you get into the helminth room for the first time ordis even confirms that its needed for your warframes. if it was a failure, why do we still use it? so yeah you have no idea what you are talking about and making completely baseless speculations about the lore. its clear that this is just a waste of time, i dont want to waste more of it on somebody who doesnt even want to understand what other people are saying.
  8. and? these dont support your argument either. again, not even close.
  9. vitruvian does not say that though. it says they used the infested in form of warframes and the sentients turned those against them instead. "We cultured the Infestation, conceiving of a hybrid. Transformed, but only just. The 'Helminth' was created, born to yield these new warriors, worthy of battle against you. The great and terrible Hunhow. We took our greatest, volunteers or not, and polluted them with these cultured reagents. They transformed. They became Infested... ... but only just. Their skin blossomed into sword-steel. Their organs, interlinked with untold resilience. Yet their minds were free of the Infested madness. Or so we thought. We set them upon the battlefield, bio-drones under our command. The Warframes... All of them... failures. Surprised? They turned on us, just as you did. And so we had no choice but to commit them to grave." there is really nothing there that says what you claim it says. not even close. which is irrelevant to my point. it is.
  10. thats pure speculation though. theres nothing that says what you are claiming. if anything, we know how capable orokins are with organic matter. their towers are fleshy and they made the infested in the first place and many more other evidence for it.
  11. i mean, hema literally has the animation of a heartbeat, sucks blood and shoots viral things. who is to say it and many other infested weapons arent living things?
  12. yes. 20 enemies of which half of them are generally floating tanks compared to average battalysts. and its not like thats the only example. scarlet spear had quite a bit of enemies as well.
  13. whats that established convention? we know infested was made by the orokin. why would it be so outlandish to have some infested weapons designed by the orokin just for nidus at the very least?
  14. there are missions where you do fight a lot of sentients as the player. anomalies in the veil proxima is one example to that. and no sentient is really all that tanky, at least on the lower levels. if we look at higher levels even the most basic units can one hit you, so thats really not what we should consider as lore. same with health gating.
  15. you guys do realize kahl wasnt just some random lancer right? he was capable of quick thinking that vay hek even got suprised by. hes not a random nobody, he is clearly special. on top of that, low level sentients that he is fighting against are specifically mention to be weak to low tech weaponry in lore, and he is not fighting against hordes of them like we do.
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