Jump to content

themagus2

PC Member
  • Content Count

    64
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

12

About themagus2

  • Rank
    Gold Initiate

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. He's fun because you can play him as simple as his abilities look or you can get into his mechanics and pull a lot of value out of him. I'd say he has good cc even though cc isn't the games' big thing right now.
  2. While they would be much cooler this isn't the focus of DE
  3. Ev trin is top dps when fighting kela de thaym Loki's 4 disables most corpus from being effective, can't be undone by nullifiers yet people rarely use him for that purpose
  4. Answering to title Because grinding, which is warframes' main activity, is exhausting. I'm not on break but it's not the only thing I play, so taking break whenever I had enough. I feel that this is the case for more people.
  5. I generally use firearms as a secondary killing tool, I prefer melee. I love my boar prime because it's good at spreading status. 100% status with radiation is excellent at high levels when enemies take a lot of shots to take down. Viral makes the job easier with all factions and isp is important for condition overload (as someone who likes melee). It also rolls lv 100 enemies over (and I have a riven which helps). My secondary is often pyrana. Good at clearing areas of most enemies fast. Helps me when I'm carrying things and when I'm going down - I can clear enemies for team mates so they'll have easier time reviving me. If I feel like using a different kind of heavy hitter instead I'll go with euphona.
  6. Wisp is faster if she teleports to her thingies too
  7. Every mission in this game is a dungeon, which reminds me of vindictus... A close thing to a dungeon would be assassination missions and you can see how those are handled. I like the eidolons as a boss fight that you're going to want to group up for and if you look at it it's not like a traditional dungeon exactly... Which I think play to the games' strengths
  8. Disclaimer: opinions ahead! Many years ago, my time quitting was with vir. Couldn't beat him. Ran out of ammo. He hit hard when I got close. Tried with a squad. We died. Tried alone again, no good. Friends dragged me back a couple of years later and I'm still here. So, first station for quitting: when you have to deal with game systems that you have no knowledge about. When does that happen? When you actually need to mod your weapon and frames. Very. Early. Since I'm on the subject - there is nothing in the game that explain what's going on in the plains, stuff like what's the quills and where to find them. The map doesn't show us all the npcs and it's impossible to guess something like the quills even exist. Warframe does that with a lot of things. Kuva, focus, mods... Crafting weapons is mid way because by talking to the vendors we can guess what we're suppose to do. I remember that when I started I had no idea that the mods station is a thing I can interact with. This is the reason for why I'm investing time in explaining things to newcomers. I had 30-45 minutes of going back and forth with q&a just because new people can't guess all of this stuff. More than once. Now gladly there's a lot of content explained on youtube and info is easier to find, but still. To summarize - the start of the game right when you finish earth and ask yourself if you even do something with the things you collected, and then there's nothing in the game itself to give you that answer. Second point of quitting - when the game focus shifts from exploration to grinding. After doing all the quests, fighting all the bosses and completing all the missions. When someone realize they have the game in their pocket the sensation of repetition becomes stale. The gameplay is awesome and fun but for some people loosing the experience of finding out more about warframe is too much. They want something that will keep exciting them. Doing the same mission with different weapon or warframe is good and fun for the first few minutes, after we've done just that for many many times. I love testing out new warframes and this bothers me less, but that's just me. I think people quit at some point here.
  9. 2nd and 3rd comments by Gabbynaru and Kaotyke are what I was about to say. So, reinforcing those!
×
×
  • Create New...