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(PS4)Julxay

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Hey everybody I'm new here and I got an idea that might make warframe more fun . what if the different planets you visit for various missions had different gravitational pull or elements that altered the way you preformed in the missions ? I dont know if generally thats exciting but imagined if you had ... Lets say "Ember" and you go on like Pluto ... Becuz Pluto is thought to be an icy planet (dwarf planet..whatever) Embers' flame powers wouldnt be as effective but frost would probably thrive on it ... And in reverse for like Venus .. Or Mercury 

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9 minutes ago, (PS4)Julxay said:

Becuz Pluto is thought to be an icy planet (dwarf planet..whatever) Embers' flame powers wouldnt be as effective but frost would probably thrive on it

Ever tried heating up ice? It melts. What is the logic in the flame abilities being weaker when stuff is cold? Making something colder than it already is would have a less pronounced effect than heating it.

  • It should be the other way around.

 

I would not be against it at all, it sounds like a somewhat fun change. I am not sure how well this would work overall, but it would certainly add some variety.

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il y a 17 minutes, krc473 a dit :

Ever tried heating up ice? It melts. What is the logic in the flame abilities being weaker when stuff is cold? Making something colder than it already is would have a less pronounced effect than heating it.

Ever tried to light up a fire on a block of ice when it's -30° outside?

Fire can boil down water, but if there's too much water, fire will be soaked. Ember being a bit weaker when on an Icy planet does make sense, but it would logicaly still depend on many things. 

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