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Being new on the forums but playing Warframe since late August 2018, I've started to work at Discord to collect the build requirements* for the Warframes I need. Sure there is the Warframe-Wiki** and I love it. I will use the information I got there to use it in this thread. But my goal is to achieve a thread where you can see the build requirements at a glance and very quickly without searching for it.

 

I will also use this post for an index, linking the different Warframe build requirements here because I'm going to post the requirements for every single Warframe here. I will start with my beloved Mag Warframe, my first love in this game.

 

Index:

MAG

VOLT

EXCALIBUR

HYDROID

RHINO

FROST

VALKYR

NOVA

EMBER

EQUINOX

LOKI

TRINITY

SARYN

ATLAS

MESA

NEKROS

NYX

BANSHEE

NEZHA

WUKONG

ZEPHYR

 

Coming soon:

  • Mirage
  • Limbo

 

 

Beginners Warframes: Mag, Volt, Excalibur

Assassination Warframes: Hydroid, Rhino, Frost, Valkyr, Nova, Ember, Equinox, Loki, Trinity, Saryn, Atlas, Mesa, Nekros, Nyx

Tenno Lab Research Warframes: Volt, Banshee, Nezha, Wukong, Zephyr

Quest Warframes: Mirage, Limbo, Mesa, Atlas, Inaros, Titania, Nidus, Octavia, Harrow, Gara

 

 

* If there are any differents in the build requirements, my thread will only care for PC version. I'll try to mention it when there are known differences.

** https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/WARFRAME_Wiki

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MAG

 

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Where to get it?

Mag's component blueprints are acquired from The Sergeant (Iliad, Phobos). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.
Mag can also be bought complete from Teshin for
ReputationBlackx64‍60,000 once players have achieved Typhoon rank in the Conclave.


 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Mag Chassis, Mag Neuroptics, Mag Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 95,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage and 220 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Mag

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You are aware of the fact, that there are almost 40 Warframes, right?

Listing those all whould make the list so bloated, that you'd have to use a search function, which whould defeat your stated purpose and not keeping it complete whould very likely cause people to potentially waste by searching through this list only the realise that the frame they are looking for isn't here.

 

In other words this is entirly pointless.

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Why would anyone use this instead of wiki?

It will always be faster to type "[warframe name here] warframe" and click the first link (it's gonna be the wiki everytime).

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28 minutes ago, Thelxiepeia said:

I will also use this post for an index, linking the different Warframe build requirements here because I'm going to post the requirements for every single Warframe here

One question: Why?
There is the wiki...and there is also the ingame Codex with this information.

I admire your ambition but I just cannot see any useful gain out of your future hard work. 

And on top of the above two mentioned places there are also countless other sources like official partner's Youtube or private projects

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1) to make something good you should post all of them in the main post, with a spoiler for each frame
2) the wiki is way faster that makes this post kinda useless

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22 minutes ago, Walkampf said:

You are aware of the fact, that there are almost 40 Warframes, right?

Listing those all whould make the list so bloated, that you'd have to use a search function, which whould defeat your stated purpose and not keeping it complete whould very likely cause people to potentially waste by searching through this list only the realise that the frame they are looking for isn't here.

 

In other words this is entirly pointless.

61 Including All Primed frames* With 3 more frames due out Soon™
*Excluding Excalibur Prime

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On 2019-02-03 at 1:32 PM, Fiftycentis said:

  Fiftycentis: to make something good you should post all of them in the main post, with a spoiler for each frame

I have thought about that but I have made a decision for single posts but with an index. Opening a link or opening a spoiler is the same work for the user.

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6 minutes ago, Thelxiepeia said:

I'm open minded for every constructive feedback such like:

Then add sth special to it. Just copying information from the Wiki won't benefit this thread at all.

To give you a little example, this is what I did for my guides:

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I copied important information into the Aquisition part including the prime variants if available or giving an eta when we can expect its prime to arrive and also at least 1 to X different Builds I think could be handy. I am currently working on Budget Builds as well as an additional option for new player who are lacking all the expensive/rare mods

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VOLT

 

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Where to get it?

Volt's blueprint and components can be researched and purchased from the Tenno Research Lab.
Volt can also be bought complete from Teshin for
ReputationBlackx64‍60,000 once players have achieved Typhoon rank in the Conclave.

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Volt Chassis, Volt Neuroptics, Volt Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Tenno Lab Research

  • Main Blueprint: 5,000 Credits, 1 Mutagen Mass, 1 Detonite Injector, 1 Fieldron, 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 10,000 Credits, 1 Mutagen Mass, 1 Control Module, 1000 Ferrite, 500 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 10,000 Credits, 1 Detonite Injector, 1 Neural Sensors, 1000 Nano Spores, 500 Polymer Bundle
  • Systems: 10,000 Credits, 1 Fieldron, 1 Morphics, 1000 Salvage, 500 Plastids

 

Tenno Lab Research times:

  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours
  • Components take 72 hours, starting after researching the blueprint

 

Overall costs:

  • Tenno Lab Blueprint Replication Costs: 35,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 80,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 150,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids.

Clan costs for research: 35,000 Credits, 1 Mutagen Mass, 1 Detonite Injector, 1 Fieldron, 1 Control Module, 1000 Ferrite, 500 Rubedo, 1 Neural Sensors, 1000 Nano Spores, 500 Polymer Bundle, 1 Morphics, 1000 Salvage, 500 Plastids

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Volt

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Or you could've just pasted a link to the wiki 😄

Just taking all the info from the wiki and putting it on your thread is redundancy at best. Unless you add something that isn't found on the wiki or anywhere else.
How about instead of just listing the ingredients (direct copy+paste from the wiki anyway), you add where to find and farm these resources efficiently, that way you give something more than just copy pasting stuff. That would be really more helpful, I think.

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1 hour ago, Thelxiepeia said:

But my goal is to achieve a thread where you can see the build requirements very quickly without searching it.

Dat feel when you have to search for a forum thread and then search within a forum thread instead of just going to the wiki.

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vor 17 Minuten schrieb Thelxiepeia:

So interested users will read this thread and smile about your comments. I'm sure there is a silent majority that likes this thread

I think you might be interested in the Dunning Kruger effect....

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EXCALIBUR

 

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Where to get it?

Excaliburs's component blueprints are acquired from Lieutnant Lech Kril (War, Mars).  The main blueprint will be bought from the market.
Excalibur can also be bought complete from Teshin for
ReputationBlackx64‍60,000 once players have achieved Typhoon rank in the Conclave.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Excalibur Chassis, Excalibur Neuroptics, Excalibur Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 35,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 105,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Excalibur

 

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HYDROID

 

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Where to get it?

Hydroid's component blueprints are acquired from Councilor Vay Hek (Oro, Earth). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Hydroid Chassis, Hydroid Neuroptics, Hydroid Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1200 Nano Spores, 1000 Polymer Bundle, 2 Argon Crystal
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Control Module, 150 Polymer Bundle, 2 Argon Crystal
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 4 Gallium, 500 Polymer Bundle, 220 Alloy Plate

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 50,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 120,000 Credits, 2 Orokin Cell, 1200 Nano Spores, 1650 Polymer Bundle, 4 Argon Crystal, 370 Alloy Plate, 1 Control Module, 4 Gallium.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Hydroid

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Your efforts are nice but considering there will continue to be several posts between each of your listings, this is inconvenient and impractical when we have a wiki.

Since you stated you were looking for something like what you’re making, perhaps make it for yourself, or put it in google docs or something and share a link?

Continuing this is not gonna make it useful for anyone.

(the images also make it way too scroll intensive, at the very least skip that)

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Il y a 5 heures, Mysticwoolie a dit :

Your efforts are nice but considering there will continue to be several posts between each of your listings, this is inconvenient and impractical when we have a wiki.

Since you stated you were looking for something like what you’re making, perhaps make it for yourself, or put it in google docs or something and share a link?

Continuing this is not gonna make it useful for anyone.

(the images also make it way too scroll intensive, at the very least skip that)

He is right, a google doc seems more suited... And you can also make a total ressource needed at the end and people can also just tick built or not and see what mats they need overall for all the frames they are missing. 

Then you could add a tab for weapons too. 

Final tab would be the sum of every mats you need to craft everything you didn't build yet. 

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you all are just jealous because that was not your idea to make that thread that no1 need or want, shame on you all
if someone want to make something stupid just let it be done

anyway if he care to waste his time on something no1 will use why should you all care? its his time to waste anyway

btw imagine when DE will change again drop locations of some frames and he will need to come back to this useless thread and hit ctrl+f (on each page) to search for each frame to update its drop location

 

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RHINO

 

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Where to get it?

Rhino's component blueprints are acquired from Jackal (Fossa, Venus). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Rhino Chassis, Rhino Neuroptics, Rhino Systems and 1 Gallium
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Morphics, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 600 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 35,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 105,000 Credits, 1 Gallium, 3 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 600 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Rhino

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FROST

 

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Where to get it?

Frost's component blueprints are acquired from Lieutenant Lech Kril & Captain Vor (Exta, Ceres). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Rhino Chassis, Rhino Neuroptics, Rhino Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 500 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 95,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 500 Plastids

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Frost

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VALKYR

 

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Where to get it?

Valkyr's component blueprints are acquired from Alad V (Themisto, Jupiter). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Valkyr Chassis, Valkyr Neuroptics, Valkyr Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 900 Ferrite, 50 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Circuits, 1 Neural Sensors, 200 Polymer Bundle, 500 Salvage
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 400 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 35,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 105,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 900 Ferrite, 50 Rubedo, 150 Circuits, 1 Neural Sensors, 200 Polymer Bundle, 1000 Salvage, 1 Control Module, 400 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Valkyr

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Nova

 

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Where to get it?

Nova's component blueprints are acquired from Raptors (Naamah, Europa). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Nova Chassis, Nova Neuroptics, Nova Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 600 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 35,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 105,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 600 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Nova

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EMBER

 

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Where to get it?

Ember's component blueprints are acquired from General Sargas Ruk (Tethys, Saturn). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Ember Chassis, Ember Neuroptics, Ember Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 95,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Ember

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EQUINOX

 

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Where to get it?

Equinox requires a unique method to craft:  The Equinox Night Aspect and Equinox Day Aspect need to be forged in the Foundry – each of which requires its respective Neuroptics, Chassis, and Systems – before the Warframe itself can be built. Equinox currently requires the most components to build, requiring four blueprints each for the Night and Day Aspects, and one for the Warframe itself. This totals to 9 components.

Component and Aspect blueprints are acquired by defeating Tyl Regor (Titania, Uranus). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Day Aspect Blueprint: 11.28%
  • Day Chassis Blueprint: 12.91%
  • Day Neuroptics Blueprint: 12.91%
  • Day Systems Blueprint: 12.91%
  • Night Aspect Blueprint: 11.28%
  • Night Chassis Blueprint: 12.91%
  • Night Neuroptics Blueprint: 12.91%
  • Night Systems Blueprint: 12.91%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Equinox Day Aspect, Equinox Night Aspect and 1 Forma
  • Day Aspect Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Day Aspect Chassis, Day Aspect Neuroptics, Day Aspect Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Gallium, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Ferrite, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Gallium, 500 Salvage, 500 Rubedo
  • Night Aspect Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Night Aspect Chassis, Night Aspect Neuroptics, Night Aspect Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Polymer Bundle, 300 Plastids
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Plastids
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Nano Spores, 500 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • All six Components take 12 hours
  • All Aspect Blueprints and the Main Blueprint take 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing Day Aspect: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing Night Aspect: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 190,000 Credits, 1 Forma, 2 Orokin Cell, 2 Gallium, 1150 Ferrite, 1300 Rubedo, 300 Alloy Plate, 2 Neural Sensors, 2 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 2 Morphics, 1150 Polymer Bundle, 1300 Plastids, 500 Nano Spores.

1 Forma requires 35,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1 Neural Sensors, 1 Neurodes, 1 Orokin Cell.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Equinox

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LOKI

 

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Where to get it?

Loki's component blueprints are acquired from Hyena Pack (Psamathe, Neptune). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

 

Drop Chances:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Loki Chassis, Loki Neuroptics, Loki Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids

 

Building time:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 35,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 105,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Loki

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TRINITY

 

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Where to get it?

Trinity's component blueprints are acquired from Ambulas (Hades, Pluto). The main blueprint will be bought from the market.

Challenging Ambulas on Hades, Pluto requires 20 Animo Nav Beacons. These Nav Beacons are obtained through defeating and hacking Ambulas proxies that are deployed via Condor Dropships in Corpus open-air tilesets (such as Corpus Ice Planet and Corpus Outpost).
Upon successful completion of the mission, 10 Animo Beacons will be refunded.

 

Drop Locations of Animo Nav Beacons:

  • Corpus Outpost at Venus: Aphrodite, E Gate, Kiliken, Linea, Romula, Tessera, Unda, Venera
  • Corpus Outpost at Neptune: Despina, Sao
  • Corpus Outpost at Pluto: Cerberus, Minthe, Narcissus, Oceanum, Outer Terminus, Regna, Hieracon, Sechura
     
  • Corpus Ice Planet at Mars: Tharsis, Ultor
  • Corpus Ice Planet at Europa: Abaddon, Baal, Kokabiel, Morax, Orias, Ose, Paimon, Sorath, Valefor, Cholistan, Larzac
  • Corpus Ice Planet at Neptune: Laomedeia, Nereid, Neso

 

Drop Chances of Blueprints:

  • Chassis Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Neuroptics Blueprint: 38.72%
  • Systems Blueprint: 22.56%

 

Manufacturing Requirements of Blueprints:

  • Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits, Trinity Chassis, Trinity Neuroptics, Trinity Systems and 1 Orokin Cell
  • Chassis: 15,000 Credits, 1 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 300 Rubedo
  • Neuroptics: 15,000 Credits, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 500 Rubedo
  • Systems: 15,000 Credits, 1 Control Module, 1 Morphics, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids

 

Building time of Blueprints:

  • Components take 12 hours
  • Main Blueprint takes 72 hours

 

Overall costs:

  • Market price for Main Blueprint: 25,000 Credits
  • Foundry price from manufacturing: 25,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 + 15,000 = 70,000 Credits
     

Player needs 95,000 Credits, 1 Orokin Cell, 2 Morphics, 1000 Ferrite, 800 Rubedo, 150 Alloy Plate, 1 Neural Sensors, 150 Polymer Bundle, 1 Control Module, 500 Salvage, 220 Plastids.

 

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Trinity

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Ambulas

https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Corpus_Outpost
https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/Corpus_Ice_Planet

Edited by Thelxiepeia

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