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  1. Did you do the actual kuva survival node at the top of the fortress? Or did you just do a random kuva node elsewhere. Only the special node in the fortress counts for that challenge as it is something different than survivals on other planets with kuva siphons on them at that moment.
  2. Did you do the actual kuva survival node at the top of the fortress? Or did you just do a random kuva node elsewhere. Only the special node in the fortress counts for that challenge as it is something different than survivals on other planets with kuva siphons on them at that moment.
  3. If you think you needed to stop playing for 4 hours because you were waiting on something to finish for 4 hours (but you're not sure because you don't remember from years ago now), refused to work on anything else, and figured you'd march through the entire game finishing each quest as you came to it, you're not only playing the wrong type of game but apparently haven't play any games like RPGs that don't have perfect linear progress. It also sounds like you either haven't played any games where there's any difficulty or practice required to get past difficult points. Or perhaps you just stop
  4. That would be a whole lot of work for the handful of people that might actually look at it. Think about how many people claim to be surprised that Baro has already left, an event is over, or a Nightwave week/season is over despite those actually being on a set timer and having indicators and warnings in game already. Heck, even when there is a set time I've seen recent threads with people complaining that it ended a few minutes early either according to their local clock or even the time displayed in game. But not every clock in the entire world is synchronized, not even 2 servers sitting nex
  5. Just bad definitions of the areas suitable for a random skeletons and birds object placement. Randomizer picked those coordinates that happened to be slightly over the water instead of dry land. Lookup table thought they looked ok. Code determined the height it ran into geometry coming down from the sky, which happened to be the surface of the water, and placed the objects. I mean balsa wood skeleton. Yeah, that's it.
  6. Stackable items in the end mission screen are combined with the stacks. So for instance credits. Hover over them and it will separate out pickups, boosted, and identified ones as appropriate. You likely got credits, endo, or something like that for the 3rd item.
  7. But the progress on invasions is based on the number of people playing one side or the other. That site can estimate, but it's still going to be guessing based on the last however minutes of activity it is extrapolating on. But there could be a sudden surge of people playing that invasion mission because a large number of people in a certain time zone started getting home from some some imaginary "normal work hours" job if it's one sided thing against infestation. Or there could be wild swings in the number of people on one side of the invasion or the other. There can never be an accurate
  8. It sure looks like you were having hiccups in your internet at the time between your location and DE's servers, considering all the duplicate posts in this thread. But that's good if everything's caught up now.
  9. Are you being seen and having grenades thrown at you? I saw someone else say recently that grenades sort of count as enemies, so when they explode you've lost. Take an invisible frame. Ivara is easiest since you can steal energy and more air while you creep around.
  10. Indeed, it's like people camping all day to get one of 10 things that will be in stock on some big sale at a store that might run out before you grab one. Though I guess that's happened a lot less in the past year. I mean I get that scoring a bargain is a thing, I was brought up to look for them. But if you took a day off to be miserable to wait in line for a day being uncomfortable and having issues getting to the bathroom and such, wouldn't you have just been better off to work that day and pay the little extra?
  11. Tennogen is only available when launching through Steam.
  12. That's just greed. People who luck into brand new stuff early will always sell high and the "OMG gotta have it right now" people will pay too much. Those types of people will do that no matter what the disposition is. It's how supply and demand works.
  13. I'd seen them go missing every once in a while in the past, but it was infrequent and I figured it was slow hosts. As of today with 30.2.0, the Khora Delphi helmet dangles are missing all the time, even in my own orbiter/arsenal.
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