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  1. "Rhino and occasionally Nekros." ☝️That would probably fit in most of the spots for me.
  2. You've been asking for "clarification," and spinning conspiracy theory about why they did this on purpose. Like I said, you would be better off reporting a bug in the appropriate forum.
  3. Ok that looks like a legitimate bug. Probably better to put it on the bug forum. Looks like you are getting kicked out of the rift as soon as you enter it, before it can tick. I say that because it looks like you flash when you roll but the energy doesn't budge, hard to tell though as I'm watching it on a mobile device.
  4. Pay more attention to, Interactions Across Planes where you'll find: Yes, cross-plane effect: Nullifier fields will end Limbos abilities as usual and therefore bring all banished enemies and other players out of the Rift. Abilities from Fog Scrambus Blasts from Jackal's homing missiles On Fortuna some enemies are immune to Limbo's effects and will not enter the Rift, nor be effected by Stasis, i.e. Jackal, Hyena Pack, and Raknoids. Hyekka Masters' firebombs Kuva Fortress turrets and shrapnel mines. Toxic clouds from a Juggernaut As you said it is definitely incomplete, off the top of my head I'm pretty sure that the Wolf ignored it, but it does show that some enemies have had the ability to ignore the rift and hurt you while you stand in the rift insisting that you are untouchable, for quite a while. Looks like that currently applies to everyone in the boss fight. So, "adapt or perish" is the order of the day.
  5. Yeah, a lot of the time, I'm finding myself switching my view to the minimap instead of the game, just so I can figure out what the heck I'm supposed to do. My energy colour is often going to be just less than black too, so I can at least keep track of what I'm doing, but not blinding myself and others, but not everyone decides to go that route.
  6. For the first part, I figure it is a bit of a cover your butt move, especially with regards to Canadian telecom laws. By having even a rudimentary filter, that they can show was updated as needed to include offensive terms that may be counted as hate speech, they can show that if something bad happened in their game, it wasn't anything they condone or permitted. Regarding a personal filter that we can add to, I am under the impression that one probably does exist for chat, but I have never gone looking for it. (Filter or not, typing is a pain when using controllers, and putting fools on ignore is just so much easier.)
  7. Based on prior experience with profanity filters in chats, its difficult to make one that works well. Either you include wildcards and that results in a bunch of accidental triggers, or you try to manually create a list of all the possible ways that someone might write the words, including all the ways that people will try to use to circumvent the filters which, is pretty much impossible.
  8. So... You pushed to do all of the NW content at once. Now you're complaining that 1) you've managed to do everything and 2) you are upset because you think that it wasn't fun and it's a "job"? And you have the same issues? Sorry, but you two aren't making a very good case for yourselves.
  9. You should really check out the link I posted. This is not the first time we've encountered enemies that ignore the rift, nor will it be the last. Like it or not you're not going to be able to use the rift to cheese this fight, adapt to the situation.
  10. I have them segregated on different weapons. Hit with the viral on the primary, then swap to secondary for rad damage. From the runs I've been on, if 4 players generally pitch in, getting to 4k is just a waiting game. The major factor is just finding them early, and hitting them hard.
  11. *shrug* I mostly did it with Titania because I couldn't be bothered to try and parkour it up to the boss fight. For the boss fight, there's no real need to try and cheese it with abilities. Just need to shoot the synovia style hitboxes and press a button. The rift is not the be-all, end-all, you can't be touched that you seem to think it is. It hasn't been for a while. https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Rift_Plane You need to learn to adapt to the challenges you face in missions, instead of demanding that the game changes to suit your whims.
  12. Yeah that would be the real question, if we pretend to be totally ignorant of what happened during the first, which required extensive reworks to be made. Or maybe if we were to pretend that coding games is something that happens when someone has an idea, and presses a single button and *poof* magically it appears fully formed and bug free. Or if we pretend that the there's nothing else being worked on. Which of those are you doing?
  13. This type of complaint only makes sense when read as "it does demand variety of loadout, just not the sort of variety that I want it to have, which is limited to these 3 frames and 2 weapons".
  14. Nah. It'll be a lot harder to get plat. Because the prices for most items will crash as supply vastly outstrips demand. So people will be struggling to get even tiny amounts of plat because most items sell at prime junk prices. I'll probably benefit from such a change in the short term, my plat will buy much more stuff. But at the cost of newbs having to grind endlessly for stuff just to afford their slots.
  15. Limited but reoccurring ≠ one time demand. The fact that you're not able to grasp the concept, suggests that you are probably not really understanding what effect the changes you propose will have. DE also explained that it's a technical challenge as well, as the prices and inventory will have to synchronize over multiple servers without lag, and they figure that's going to be a headache.
  16. Yeah, thats probably brilliant! All you need to do is to completely remake the entire game! And turn it into a totally different game!.... Wait a minute... That's probably not a great idea after all.
  17. I figure you need a hobby to help you deal with your pent up frustrations. Have you ever considered maybe playing video games or something relaxing?
  18. Here's a hint: you're trying to compare apples to oranges. Our economy doesn't have many items with reoccurring demand. Do you know what happens in an economic model where supply is infinite and demand is constantly diminishing? That's what you're asking for.
  19. Serious question here, when's the last time you did anything in this game and didn't complain about it? Because I'm kinda noticing a trend.
  20. And he is the only other Tenno that I have ever seen seen with good fashion sense. He usually gets a "hey it's Wally! Hi Wally".
  21. Less than your posts? Your selective memory would be a point of interest if either of us believed it was just an honest case of amnesia. One week we were at the mercy of random alerts, possibly going weeks before the rewards we hoped for showed up, and possibly months if we were waiting for it to show up in the mission type that we like doing. Earlyish in my time here a guy was helping me do a mission. An alert for Vauban came up and the dude got all excited. Starts telling me that we should do it, and how he's been trying to get that part of so long. I went with, but told him that I got all of Vaubans parts a while ago. You could just feel him deflate because some newb with dumb luck had so casually done what took him months. With NW, we get to pick which missions we want to do to get the rewards. Then we get to pick when we want to do them. Then we get to pick which rewards we want. But the people who forced themselves to do everything, manage to delude themselves into thinking that they have "less" choice. You do more to get the reward? Yeah. But in return, you do it on your own schedule, with the guarantee that you can take your pick of rewards, including ones that were ridiculously rare outside of gifts of the Lotus, that we normally have to buy with plat. You didn't have any of that before. Opinions are fine. But they can be based on irrational fears instead of objective facts. In this case you've demonstrated that was the case. You conflate alert rewards with Nightwave event rewards. You forced yourself to rush the standings finishing with lots of extra time, but claim that you were forced. Worse you present your opinion as objective facts and think that opinions should be treated the same way as facts when they really aren't. Sounds like your daughter is the most rational person in your group. She didn't rage quit, or force herself to grind stuff she didn't want to do. A lot of people could learn a lot from her.
  22. Well you're complaining about how you were forced to do stuff with your limited time, but also flexing that you finished early. You can really only have one or the other, but not both. The system was designed to allow you to pick and choose from the available missions. 60-65% of the standings was all that you needed. You didn't do that. You forced yourself to do stuff that you now claim not to have enjoyed. That's on you. As for your claim that not everyone was made happy... LOL, you poor naïf. You can please some people, all of the time. You can please all people, some of the time. But you will never, ever be able to please all of the people, all of the time. If that's what you think should be used as a metric for success, you have an enormous amount of learning to do. NW showed an uptick in players for its duration according to Steve. He said he also got an uptick in complaints directed at him. And if they were anything like what went on in the forums, the vast majority were irrational ravings, coming from people who were apparently forcing themselves to do stuff that didn't want to do, despite not having to do those things to earn their rewards. Sounds familiar?
  23. See below. See above. Wow. That was pretty simple.
  24. Legal. (Sorry, that it's the only thing I learned on my visit to Brazil.) But yeah, the stuff you pick up is your reward. But if someone else comes to the same spot they can get it too. Like sleepychewbacca said try dropping waypoints on useful items, like syndicate tokens or ayatan statues, special mods, rare rewards like argon crystals, tellurium or toroids. In some missions it's common to have people ask you to mark those. Welcome to Warframe, Tenno.
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