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NinthAria

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  1. Maybe...because she runs Nightwave? Just spitballing here, I don't know.
  2. I've said this before, but I would do unreasonable things for an Operator weapon in the vein of a Protoss psi-blade.
  3. Any chance we can get excavator health to scale with mission level like every other defense objective does? Very frustrating to go into a sortie/arbitration excavation and have drills go down from ~1 second of enemy fire, and at this point there's precedents for it all over the game, including excavator drills in the Plains/Vallis.
  4. If you look at them by the standards of our world, then yes, maybe. But if you look at them by the standards of Warframe's universe...yeah no way. The Grineer, Corpus, Infested, and Sentients are all way worse by any metric. While the motivations of the Tenno are kind of a question mark at the moment--in part because they're the stand-in for the player and in part because the Lotus never talks about it--it's hard to deny that, generally speaking, they've got their hearts in the right place. They go after big names--both people and projects--in the various factions when they step too far; they defend colonists and other regular(ish) people like the Ostrons and Solaris; and otherwise don't interfere with the politics of the system, abuse their power, etc. (From a story standpoint, at least.) Is there blood on their hands? Yes, definitely. Lots of it, even. But most of that blood belongs to people who are working to oppress others, and not the oppressed themselves. Civilians are quite often the targets of terrorist actions; the Tenno on the other hand actively avoid such things. So if you're going to argue that the Tenno are evil because they wage (reactive) war the way wars are typically waged--and it's worth noting, for the record, that the Tenno use guerilla tactics because they have to, because there's very few of them compared to the main factions--then...I dunno. Seems like a tough sell. At worst, I think you could say they're bad guys fighting off even worse guys. But they pretty clearly have the moral high ground relative to basically everybody else in Warframe.
  5. Any chance of scaling up excavator health according to mission level? It's a little vexing to have them go down under a second's worth of enemy fire at higher levels, and at this point they're basically the only defense objective that doesn't have any kind of health scaling, so it's an issue of consistency if nothing else.
  6. Any word on any of the missing prime trailers? We're up to four now (possibly soon to be five), and they're easily my favorite part of new prime releases. Related question for whoever's in charge of it: What sorts of inspirations/ideas go into writing dialogue/scenes for Ballas? There's a very unique gravitas to the way he speaks, both in terms of voice and in terms of content; as an aspiring storyteller myself, I'm curious to hear the thought process behind building a character like that. Also, anything in the works on making some of the currently non-replayable quests replayable? I've been wanting to redo Hidden Messages and Natah for a long time now, and Chimera Prologue more recently, but they're still tragically one-time events. Also also, not a question but thank you all so, so much for Fortuna. I love it, I love the Solaris, I love the Orb Vallis, and I seriously can't wait for whatever crazy stuff you've got coming up next.
  7. Any news on any of the missing prime trailers? We're up to 4 now--Hydroid, Zephyr, Limbo, and Chroma--and it makes me sad, as they're easily my favorite part of new prime releases.
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