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  1. (PSN)slightconfuzzled's post in Help Me Save The Monstrosities was marked as the answer   
    Could you hear a beep noise with the tranq equipped? 
    Oh and are you looking for a bird type fauna? The Avichaea? From your other replies, I assume this is the case, they can be super annoying to find, I am trying to think of how I can articulate how to spot them easier. Depending on what lure location you use. In some areas they are high up and above a lot of other structures, like the big fleshy things. With the tranq rifle you can usually see them, through such structures, but they can be tiny and they will appear red and Deimos is... a lot of red. I'd try finding dark structures to hide behind when you use tranq to look around since... you'll be able to see the red marker of animals through the object, if the object is darker it makes it easy to spot. 
    Its really annoying though and "technically" they did make it easier since launch lol 
  2. (PSN)slightconfuzzled's post in Cedo Build Help was marked as the answer   
    Heya! 
    Do you have an idea of what your ideal Riven might be stats wise? Also I share your appreciation for the Cedo too, its an amazing weapon, I don't really have a favourite weapon, because I change my mind a lot, but if I did, it would rank high up there. 
    Another thing worth considering when rolling your Riven, is how elements work on it, especially its alt fire. It can already proc a lot of elements, but also how do you want to mod it as well? Also what Mod are you going to replace? For myself, going for Multishot was big deal because it helps with statuses, and I think at the time, I was replacing Vigilante Armaments with the Riven. Plus I just generally like MS. I think my Riven is +Mult, + Crit Damage, + Status C and - Reload speed (thankfully Arcane Merciless negates that) and I am happy with that. Ideally it would be multi, Crit Damage and Crit Chance, because I have an irrational fondness of seeing high crit even though I run Arcane Avenger and have other ways of improving crit chance... but ahhh! 
    Anyway whether the Riven is good or not should be up to you, the gun is amazing regardless, so in my opinion, the Riven you have will be more of a QoL and personal thing. I think your current Riven is decent. Personally I set limits to how much I roll a Riven, if I roll it a certain amount, but still want a better roll? I learned to be content with what I have for the moment and try re-roll in like two weeks time. 
    So are you content or do you want to roll somemore?
    Hope this helps.
  3. (PSN)slightconfuzzled's post in Saryns… was marked as the answer   
    I know a special trick you can do, to stop the Saryn's and make them really upset. You want to craft Energy Pads. The large ones. This is a special trick btw, not even the wikia knows about it. Anyway, to stop those annoying Saryn's from levelling people at Hydron, where everyone knows, you go to test new weapons, you want to sneak around them, and then drop the energy pads. Those poor Saryn's won't even know what hit them! They will probably just quit the game right then and there. Then and you and the rest of the players can finally be free and actually be able to earn XP. I mean, uh test out the strong weapons. On Hydron. This won't work on ESO though, but i bet no one will use Saryn there, since what is the point right?
  4. (PSN)slightconfuzzled's post in Saryns… was marked as the answer   
    I know a special trick you can do, to stop the Saryn's and make them really upset. You want to craft Energy Pads. The large ones. This is a special trick btw, not even the wikia knows about it. Anyway, to stop those annoying Saryn's from levelling people at Hydron, where everyone knows, you go to test new weapons, you want to sneak around them, and then drop the energy pads. Those poor Saryn's won't even know what hit them! They will probably just quit the game right then and there. Then and you and the rest of the players can finally be free and actually be able to earn XP. I mean, uh test out the strong weapons. On Hydron. This won't work on ESO though, but i bet no one will use Saryn there, since what is the point right?
  5. (PSN)slightconfuzzled's post in How to deal with high lvl demolyst and Demolishers? was marked as the answer   
    No need to be embarrassed. Its actually admirable to ask for help in situations where the social expectations is that you shouldn't. Too many people have unnecessary ego or pride, but that aside.
    Personally I find Magus Lockdown trivialises Demolishers/Demolysts. I use a Stropha as well. If the enemies are especially tanky/high level, I might bring a Cedo as well and modify my Stropha to be a CO build too. So the combo of all three (Lockdown + Cedo + Stropha) is often overkill. Sometimes I'll alter my build around a bit for variety and circumstance too. Some Helminth abilities like Khora's Ensnare will work/help as well. There are some Warframe abilities that can help too, I am just not personally familiar (I think Nova for example) 
    Good luck! 
  6. (PSN)slightconfuzzled's post in Is it even worth rerolling my Kuva Chakkhurr Riven anymore? was marked as the answer   
    Kind of hard to answer this really, feels like one of those questions that you should take your intuition/happiness into account over. 163 rolls is a lot of Kuva, and if you are sick and tired of farming it... sure, factually you could get a better roll, but factually speaking you will also get worse and lesser rolls than you currently have too. That hypothetical better roll might be at roll 409 which is over double the amount of rolls and kuva you currently have... does that sound like you could farm kuva that long? Also... could actually be roll 9000.... like, factually a better roll exists, but it could be years and thousands of rolls later... 
    In my opinion, give it a break for a while. I have a Rubico Riven, its Crit Damage, and Damage, with a harmless negative. Its pretty good, I like it, I'd love for it to be Crit Damage, Crit Chance and Multishot instead... so now and then if I have spare Kuva, I'll give it a roll, but I won't really expect much, and I'll usually stop after 3 rolls. 
    Thats just me though. Personally I love a lot of different weapons, so I like saving my Kuva for other weapons, especially those considered weaker/less popular. I would feel way too annoyed/frustrated if I farmed hours Kuva and spent it on a weapon only to not change it (hence I'll usually reroll 2 - 3 new rivens, then go to my old favs like the Rubico if I get good rolls for those other weapons) - makes the experience more palatable for me. 
    Maybe you need a new approach as well. Have a break, try use Kuva for other weapons, or just take a break from it, and now and then, reroll the Chakkurr. Even if its your fav, try not let it get you frustrated. Plus like you said, its current roll is pretty good, I'd be really happy with it! 

    Good luck either way! 
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