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when the tenno are in there warframes do they feel pain?


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ok our warframes have taken a lot of damage from battle. which mean that there will be bones fracture, lacerations, contusions and abrasions. which will fire up the pain receptors so dose that mean that the operator will have to process that (pain)? are there are no pain receptors in the our warframes? or are we like deadpool where the tenno are so use to pain that the tenno have grow Tolerance to it?  somehow it feel like the warframes are a cross between Deadpool and Guts in his Berserk Armor. where the warframes just keep on fight till its completely destroyed and or the operator is incapacitated.

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Plot hole? Guess it's open to interpretation. Let's think about it this way

The Orokin put kids in the worst living war simulator there is and expect them to fight until the bitter end for them. Obviously the actual soldiers on the field are gonna get pummeled with lazers, concussive blast, swearings (from friendly fire, lol) and all sorts of stuff. At very least the operator should receive feedback on the hit zone and the severity of the damage but, pain?.....Don't think so. What kind of supetechnological race would think kids could endure that kind of pain and keep going?

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If transferrence is kiddo's mind into another body, then yes. Pain would also be felt only if the warframe is actuallly capable of feeling pain. If there is no nervous system or tools to transmit and feel pain, then it's absent.

Frames are mutated orokin peoplem yes. But we don't know how the mutation affects the body or what kind of mechanist S#&$ the orokin put in.

We should ask Salad to share his vivisection research on Valkyr. Based on the fact that she went crazy due to pain, I would say yes, WF and by proxy Void Kiddos feel pain in that case. Other WF might not share the same anatomy

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15 minutes ago, Im_a_Turtle said:

They probably do feel pain but it is most likely dull pain enough to notice and respond to like a paper cut, not suffer to a point of breaking concentration.

I imagine this is the most likely outcome although comparing a level 80+ bombard in the face to a paper cut may be over simplifying it a bit.

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vor einer Stunde schrieb LarryYourWaiter:

You’re thinking too hard about the game...

See thats exactly the point, some people at least make their mind about things instead of just going to work every day and just doing the same boring routine in their life until their death. Thats exactly what Sci-Fi (which warframe also is) is about, not just entertainment, its about thinking of things which could be one day. (and so much more...) "Dont dream of what you are, but of what you want to be"

To the topic: After all, Warframes are lifeforms and .... used to be human? So they sure feel pain. Ask Valkyr about it... she surely didnt enjoyed that time with Alad V, and that not alone from beeing snipped apart piece by piece and all that other tests and stress tests and whatever they did with her. She surely knows Warframes feel pain. Since we (the Operators) are connected with them in a simbiotic way (at least for me it is, maybe some prefer the Gua'uld way....) we surely feel their pain as well

Edit: Shared pain, is half pain isnt it? Both suffer, but both share the pain of one person. (just dont ask me what happens with Umbra if both Operator and Warframe are confronted with pain at the same time of 2 lifeforms...)

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perhaps we, the operators, dont really feel the pain. when we take damage in earframe, we, irl, dont feel pain, we just see the sensors telling us where the pain comes from. so maybe, there's preinstalled sensors in our frames. valkyr may have felt pain with alad, but that doesnt necessarily mean an operator was connected to it. even when stalker attacked us in the orbiter, our warframe moved on its own, so maybe some warframes, if not all, have some sort of soul/personality of their own and feel their own dulled pain, but we as operators only get notified of damage from the sensors in our frames

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Well judging from The Sacrifice quest, Tenno can certainly sense / feel pain...but they also have the means to control / diminish it...maybe even take it away completely.

Granted that was psychological pain in that case, but I would imagine it applies to physical pain too.

Then again we don't know the full effects of the Helminth virus on the human physique...maybe it plays a part in enabling the frames to fight on through injury, as well as giving them superhuman abilities?

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