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  1. having an amazing circle of supportive friends to play and enjoy the game with makes the game enjoyable to me, even through the grind and i haaate grinding 

    if i didnt have my friends playing with me i would not have kept playing past day 3 honestly 

    My friend said it wasn't worth it and ditched me. Guess we weren't that great of buddies as I thought. Warframe killed my friendship.


  2. No. If the grind was reduced, we'd get everything quicker. Meaning we'd run out of things to do halfway between updates. I'd rather not see that happen to another game. #COUGHDESTINYCOUGH

    So you wouldn't be happier if freaking Wukong BP was one less Nitain Extract or something was, like, 10 Ferrite cheaper? Literally no changes need to be made to this games grind?


  3. I think people are way too much accostumed to have Everything in the moment they see it. 

    Yes , you will have nezha in 1 or 2 weeks. It's new content, I know u die to try it, but if u want something instantly there is a way (market) and don't tell me that "only those who pay for pl" cause if you have not 300~ pl till now there could be only 3 reasons : or you are lazy (in this case it's totaly your fault) or you are not capable of sell ( your incapacity), or you are a new player (so there are still many frames to try before Nezha).

     

    So keep calm and wait, you will not die if you don't find all nezha parts instantly, moreover those parts will be permanent in sorties and are tradable in market, so is not a matter of " if you will have" but "when you will have".

    Be patient. 

    There are two types of responses to "There's too much grind."

     

    1. There's too much grind. I agree.

    2. You're all impatient.

     

    So far, it appears the majority are type 1 people thus something needs to be done.


  4. There are 8 replies of blind sheep until someone finally speaks sense.

    It's a free game. If you want to moan about a grind filled game, go buy The Taken King DLC for Destiny. It's worse, and costs £70.

    Moaning about the grind in a game that has no mandatory costs is as ridiculous as moaning about a sale at your local supermarket is.

    I wonder if it's even possible, with sanity intact, to play this game without a single platinum purchase. I think that's a true test of F2P.


  5. Sometimes I wish that every poster that cries about grind in this game somehow gets a glitch in their account giving them every item for nothing.

    I don't want that and those who share the sentiment that the grind is too much probably don't want that either. We want to sweat a little but we'd like the goal to be within reasonable reach with reasonable effort with reasonable rewards for the time we put in.


  6. flustering on having to rely on weight drop tables and blessings from RNG.

     

    The "daily grind"  includes currently:

     

    Sortie missions.  3.  Usually takes 20 minutes or more

    Syndicate missions 3.  From "not worth doing interception" to "breezy Exterminate".  has officaly reached "I don't got time for that"

    Simarus Daily target 4 missions... really sucks if there are in the void, or hard to get area. "I dont have time for that"

    LoR raid, Jordas raid.

     

    From what I guess, that is minimum 12 missions taking about an hour (not counting raids) and that assumes you solo them as it is near impossible to find someone to do them with you.

     

    For the sorties I did all but one, including the one today before the update. "We are starting it early, so those that did sortie have to wait longer... YOUR WELCOME"  For my rewards I got

    3 different lens.. all after the Greater lens market crash

    25xcores

    5 Dera Vandal barrels, 1 Dera Vandal BP

    4 Karak Wraith BPs, 1 wraith Stock.

     

    Thankfully i was able to trade the Karak BPs to actually build the damn thing.

     

    And lets not forget my 42 spy missions to get all the parts for Ivara.  as if this post I still have 46 hours left before I can use the frame.

     

    Yes.. it is killing the game.  badly

    A small pet peeve but there's no way Sorties take 20 min. to finish as a single survival mission is about 15-20 min.


  7. Every game needs RNG or some form of 'grind'. You can't expect to have things handed to you.

    I don't expect it handed to me and I've had my fair share of grind to get my stuff to reach MR 19. Like anything in life there can be an excess. Warframe's grind is excessive in it's grind and rng which is frustrating. The majority of the community agree on this hence the overwhelming negative sentiment about the grind.


  8. Every time I try to get people to play this game with me.  When they saw all the cool stuff to get in the game, they asked "how to get this or that!" 

     

    It kills me every time I had to be as positive about it as I can, yet it doesn't change the reality.  Pay with plat or prepare to grind, there are no middle ground.  That's fact.  Whether you enjoy the grind or not, it is always a turn off for people who just started the game.  They're not even fully on board with the game and yet it teases with the grind you'll have to do to get what you want. 

     

    The slogan for this game should be "Warfarm - Ninja grinds".

     

    Try explaining to new players they have to always check out for alerts to get Vauban, or nitain to get Wukong.  Not even that, try explaining the method to get any other Warframe that isn't the lineup from 2013.  

    I tried to get my friend into Warframe. He didn't last long. Can confirm the grind killed him.


  9. I'd say it isn't. The sheer number of players running sorties and the fact that Nezha parts are tradeable will make it easy to obtain.

    You miss the overall picture that spans more than just Nezha. Besides, saying "It's tradeable" doesn't solve anything. Most of the items in the game are tradeable yet the overwhelming grind exists. 


  10. As Rowdy Roddy Piper once said:

    "Everytime they think they have the answer. I change the question!"

    We now know what Tenno are, but we still have the question of what Waframes are and how exactly they are tied to the Tenno.

    We have bits and pieces of information on that and as per usual for this game a lot of speculation, but no clear full reveal on it.

    The scene with the sword breaking just raises more questions.

    So yeah. I agree. One mystery solved, another remaining and getting joined by new friends.

    Warframes have always been indicated to be mass produced, not unique singular characters who just appear multiple times together because of gameplay to story differences.

    So the question was always just if they were suits/armor worn by people, controlled bodies (either by energy beings, metal transfer, or via remote connections) or AIs.

    Now it just turns out that they are controlled bodies. But that doesn't changes what they have always been.

    However.

    If Warframes are just dumb drones, ala corpus proxies, who's only purpose it is to focus the Tenno's powers into specific ways, why give them unique thematic designs? Why give the names and gender identity? And most importantly, why give them personalities?

    Every Warframe has some form of personality, as indicated by their idle animations and these personalities are universal for the model, so it's not just one Tenno acting like that while in the Warframe (mentaly), it's something that seems hard coded into them.

    This still makes each Warframe a character in it's own right.

    Every Loki by nature is shifty. Every Ember by nature is a show off. Every Rhino by nature is boisterous.

    This is not changed by the reveal on what the Tenno are.

    So it's not just the Tenno jacking into a remote controlled body, they are bringing a character to life and become him/her.

    Which brings up the question how much life is in those Warframes to beginn with?

    They breath, they bleed and they react to pain (which the Tenno in turn feels).

    For all we know, we could later learn that Warframes are clones of famous people of the Orokin society, soldiers, thieves, pirates, actors, scientists, etc., who got then infected by technocyte and shaped into the Warframes (Proto Excalibur would fit into this).

    The Tenno could essentialy bring these dead people to life in a way and in turn maybe something of these people is still in the Warframes, which could have led to that moment of willpower where the sword gets broken.

    The Stalker was called "Shadow" during the quest. Maybe all Warframes are shadows of the people they are based on?

    So far, it makes sense and is heavily insinuated that they have some form of sentience. We might get a clue to why Stalker hates the tenno so much.

     

    Imagine you're a warframe (I played second dream with Rhino) and you come upon this reservoir lotus sends you to and discover a body inside. This is actually your power source, your controller. The strings that were invisible suddenly become visible. I'm Rhino, with my own identity and everything but at the same time I'm overwritten for the Tenno's use and my existence is heavily depended and controlled by another.

     

    I can see how Stalker can become enraged by this and if warframe sentience is a thing, I can see why he'd rebel and try to kill the Tenno. Warframe having some sort of sentience and identity alongside the Tenno controllers fills a lot of gaps for Stalker.


  11. It seems as though our Warframes are actually Symbiotes, evidenced by your Warframe ripping a greatsword out of their gut in the quest.

     

    So in fact, your Warframes may actually have a personality of their own, which is merged with the Operator's own personality while they're operating it. Take note of the fact that the Operators, for all this time, have believed that they were actually the Warframes themselves.

    Pretty much this. We know there is a puppet master but from Rhino Prime's codex even these puppets can move on their own. Also, they're flesh and living because they are alluded to be made from the same stuff as infested as well. The relationship is symbiotic and I think they very much have their own persona.

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