Khunvyel Posted June 19, 2014 Share Posted June 19, 2014 I had this floating in my head ever since the mini-event with the bunch of alerts showing an Alad V who got himself a biotic pimp on his left side. I should have posted this sooner but now I saw what 13.8 has in store for us, I grew more worried than happy, and here is why: Vay Hek has been basically removed from the starmap, leaving the earth Boss node flat. This made Oberon an orphan and broke with the flow of the progressive gameplay right on the third planet, which I don't think is beneficial for the new player experience. Now with Alad V's physical changes, it is only a matter of time until he is removed from Jupiter because his new form doesn't fit the context of the fight any more, so I fear for Jupiter becoming the next orphaned planet. Perhaps Eris (or wherever the infested tileset will be) will get a boss back later on, J3 maybe, so that would be a new opportunity to place a Warframe... but it still beckons the question what will happen to Valkyr once Jupiter gets orphaned. This would require an additional Corpus boss be placed right on Themisto once Alad V moves out because Valkyr really fits well where she is. I'm not saying "DE you didn't think this through". No, I'm far from saying that. I'm just concerned that we lose another boss node - either now or later - and have another Warframe be either orphaned like Oberon or being placed behind a RNG wall like Hydroid, who is completely out of proportion compared to Zephyr and Nekros. The other long-time Orphan named Vauban hopefully finds his home in the Tenno research lab or something the like. I hope we won't see another Oberon/Hydroid scenario. I really, really do. C'mere Valkyr, get some hugs just in case :( Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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