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  1. https://www.warframe.com/news/8-year-anniversary Scroll all the way down, there is a link to Warframe Wayback.
  2. I just boost-strafe sideways around the crewship. I move faster than it can re-adjust the shield in my direction, so as soon as I get a view of the shield generator drone from behind the shield, I blast it and it's gone.
  3. Millions of online games in existence + a few dozens with full (not partial) cross play games out there = "This is the norm" No it's not. Wishfully thinking really hard for something to be what you want it to be while ignoring the factual obstacles won't make it true, that's not how reality works. https://www.quora.com/Why-are-more-games-not-moving-for-more-cross-platform-play <-- explains the economy issues for the companies involved, exclusive contents, unsycnhed updates, input device advantages https://kotaku.com/cross-platform-gaming-has-been-great-1845804328 <-- this ex
  4. Why does it have to be Warframe? Literally any existing or up-and-coming game studio can create their own IP now and develop this fast-paced-steep-learning-curve PVP game that conclave players want. But I wouldn't hold my breath. The closest thing to conclave that has existed was Gunz and that game died a long time ago (2013) and its sequel Gunz 2 is universally hated for being inferior. (Gunz is still running on private servers though). You might want to ask yourself why no games like this are made at all after all these years. Reality is, this type of gameplay is extremely n
  5. I broke down all the spy room in this guide, showing you in separate videos how to tackle them without using abilities in a moderate pace using basic routes and secret ones. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=587545211
  6. His switch teleport makes certain Spy & Rescue rooms into a 5 second sprint. It also works on his own decoy, for those who don't know. Also, I use it to help people bypass several bugs (not its intended feature, but anything helpful is worth noting). All frames have particular situational scenarios & mission types they excel at, not everything has to be a tanky dreadnought of destruction.
  7. There are 5 base K-drive boards. https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/K-Drive#Crafting Each gives 6000 MR points when you max them. So 30k total for them all. The one you bought will have one of those listed names as its base board when you check it out in your vehicles arsenal screen. Only the base board matters for MR gain, the other parts attached to each board do not matter. The default k-drive you started out with (Bondi K-drive) that you didn't craft or buy, that one gives no Mastery Points. It doesn't even show up in your arsenal to be modded. Once you craft/buy you
  8. Don't procrastinate and farm resources at the last minute when you need it once a shiny new thing arrives that was expected, farm them way ahead of time. Every day there will be at least one Steel Essence mission types can be rushed in 2-3 minutes. Capture, Rescue and Spy. These can be done with a duration Loki, easy-peasy with no threat of being killed and no combat is needed, fastest Steel Essence gain. By the time the Umbra Forma shows up, you will have gotten the required 75 SE.
  9. Correct, but a new player doesn't know what is essential day 1 knowledge and what isn't. Experienced players know that the first thing a new player should focus on learning is how damage type works (that by itself is already complex enough for them) and enemy weaknesses and collecting the most important basic mods (they don't know which are the basic essential mods) and the endo ("what is endo"?) to rank them up. All of this critical order of learning is completely unfamiliar to new players (game doesn't demonstrate this order) so they don't know where to begin, hence they just try t
  10. I can imagine the overwhelming content a new player of today would have to learn and take in compared to a new player from 7 years ago. I started in October 2013, the Gradivus Dillemma event was running during that time, though I obviously had no idea what any of that meant at the time. I had a whole different-looking starchart to unlock (starter planet was Mercury and there were no Junctions and we had a very cumbersome Fusion Core system). Even back then there were annoying "check the wiki" replies, kinda pointless if you don't even know what keywords to use. "The thing that looks li
  11. Resource booster will not affect it because it is not a resource drop, it will be a mission reward after extraction. Nitain drops as a resource (and is thus affected by resource booster) from Wolf of Saturn Six (needs a beacon to summon) and the Zealoid Prelate in Exequias, Deimos. BUT.... the Nitain drop rate from these bosses is 0.13%, SERIOUSLY not worth farming. But honestly, don't bother trying to farm Nitain through Sabotage missions. The drop rate is simply way too low. (1.01% - 2%) I'm somebody who searches for caches for the fun of it, not for the rewards. I've done
  12. https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Brood_Mother Farming Locations Target Planet Name Type Level Tile Set Earth Tikal Excavation (Dark Sector) 6 - 16 Grineer Forest Ceres Gabii Survival (Dark Sector) 15 - 25 Grineer Galleon Uranus Assur Survival (Dark Sector) 25 - 35 Grineer Galleon Eris
  13. Yup, I pointed it out here in this thread too The cache reward table doesn't make sense.
  14. One of these? Amalgam Alkonost Amalgam Kucumatz Amalgam Osprey Amalgam Satyr
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