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RazerXPrime

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  1. RazerXPrime's post in plat was marked as the answer   
    Support is the only place for this. They have a lot of requests so this may take a while. Negative plat comes from people buying plat, then spending that plat and then refunding the purchase. This forces DE to invalidate that plat wherever it went. Honestly don't know what DE does about this and if you get your plat and Riven back. Let us know what happens.
  2. RazerXPrime's post in RJ: easier entering ships (press x to enter) was marked as the answer   
    Well you can use the slingshot on board your own ship to go to an enemy ship directly.
    Although I'm not sure what your issue is with flying to the entrance and then entering it. That works fine for me. Also you can change your sprint speed on the fly, you don't have to select a mode and stick with it forever. You can fly at full speed and decrease speed as you approach the door if you're going too fast.
  3. RazerXPrime's post in Relics was marked as the answer   
    If you're looking for something specific you can search for it in the relics console in your orbiter. For instance "Ivara Prime" will yield: 
    Lith B8
    Meso D6
    Lith I1
    Meso P2
    Axi C6
     
    These are the currently available Relics that contain Ivara Prime parts. Now there are more Relics with Ivara prime parts, but they are currently "vaulted". Meaning you cannot obtain them anymore until DE puts them back in the game. Previously obtained relics that are vaulted will remain in your inventory to be used.
    If you want to know how to obtain a relic look up the name on the wiki: https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Lith_B8 is the Lith B8 relic and the page contains a list of in which mission you can obtain this relic, which "drop rotation" and the % chance  of obtaining this relic.
    If you're looking for what rotations mean then look here: https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Mission_Rewards. It's a terrible designed system that is far too confusing for new players.
    In short. A rotation is a drop table with fixed drops and % chance included of getting these drops. Missions usually have mutlitple drop tables that alternate as the mission progresses and you complete objectives. There are 3 drop tables called A, B and C and most of the times a mission only has rotation "A" or, when it allows for mutiple objective stages it cycles like: A -> A -> B -> C. Meaning you'll get the drop table from rotation A the first two objective stages. For instance, staying in a survival mission for 5 minutes will yield a drop from rotation A. 10 minutes is also a drop from rotation A, then 15 minutes is B, 20 minutes is C and then at 25 minutes it goes back to A and repeats the cycle. Some missions use a different cycle so it's best to understand how it works. Disruption works differently for instance.
  4. RazerXPrime's post in Earning barely any Affinity on weapon(s) was marked as the answer   
    No, only global affinity or affinity you gain from ally kills are shared. For instance if you play with team mates their kills affinity will be distributed among all your equipment. Also objective affinity is split among your equipment.
    If you want to gain affinity solo with a weapon you need to use it. Then 50% goes to the weapon and 50% goes to the frame.
    Check here: https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Affinity
    As always the wiki is confusing as fuk, but read on, all information is there.
  5. RazerXPrime's post in Can Mesa now hunt eidolons? was marked as the answer   
    Any frame can hunt Eidolons. Some are just better equipped to do so. Mesa isn't particularly equipped for it, but she can definitely do it. All you need is deal damage so... yea any frame can do this.
    What people look for when hunting Eidolons is damage amplification and healing the lures. Mesa cannot do that. Doesn't mean she cannot kill an Eidolon though :).
    I tend to not care anymore when I go out on the plains and randomly decide to kill an eidolon or two. I just summon my Voidrig necramech to oneshot them.
  6. RazerXPrime's post in Can Mesa now hunt eidolons? was marked as the answer   
    Any frame can hunt Eidolons. Some are just better equipped to do so. Mesa isn't particularly equipped for it, but she can definitely do it. All you need is deal damage so... yea any frame can do this.
    What people look for when hunting Eidolons is damage amplification and healing the lures. Mesa cannot do that. Doesn't mean she cannot kill an Eidolon though :).
    I tend to not care anymore when I go out on the plains and randomly decide to kill an eidolon or two. I just summon my Voidrig necramech to oneshot them.
  7. RazerXPrime's post in Explain Nezha was marked as the answer   
    It is like Duality52 said. You will take 10% of the damage, the warding halo will take 90%. It's possible the damage was to few and too little to notice. It will hit shields first then trigger the 1 sec shield gating and then transfer to health. You can test this in the simulacrum or actual missions vs higher level enemies and you will notice.
    It acts like Rhino's Iron Skin. You can absorb damage and it will add a multiplification of that to the halo health pool reserves. 
    The ability does a few other things as well. Like Iron Skin it makes you immune to CC. It also makes you immune to status effects. Wait no, it prevents status effects from applying so it's even better than being immune to them. It also stuns enemies near you and deals a bit of slash damage.
    I'm personally not a fan of the stun effect because it stops enemies near you from hitting you to charge up the health pool, but it's not terrible.
    Nezha is great for absorbing and dealing damage. I personally put Ensnare on him and replaced Firewalker. Even though he already has a CC, grabbing everyone together makes hitting them with the 4th and 2nd ability much much easier and it just creates a wonderful synergy with his kit. You can also go with Breach surge if you want even bigger damage numbers. 
  8. RazerXPrime's post in Tempestarii Turrets: What are they and how do I obtain them? (Mission Spoilers) was marked as the answer   
    Grineer Crewships use similar guns. And no you cannot obtain them.
  9. RazerXPrime's post in "ticor plate" drop? was marked as the answer   
    Drops everywhere I think. I did the first mission on earth to test stuff and I got over 500. Same for Venus. I get like 400-800 per mission.
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