Mbgunsling Posted July 20, 2014 Share Posted July 20, 2014 Mirages questline, had it not been a questline, would have very blatantly been introduced as an event. because when its been done more than 8 times for all those other frames, its no longer a pattern, its a law. Now what about all those players who missed out on specres of liberty, the cicero crisis, even sling stone? those were events that "conveniently" occurred close to the release of warframes that were relevant. for example, Valkyr and the Hunt for Alad V these events also had storylines, e.g. cicero and the fomorians were all organized wars to attack vay hek's main forces and plans. so why not re-introduce these events as a means of access to their relevant frames? i can easily see the connection between oberon and Cicero, or Zephyr and the Oxium Osprey crisis, Vauban and the fusion moas etc. not only would it free up a ton of space so that more warframes can be found in different ways, it allows players to finally fill those Zeros on their profile that would otherwise remain unfulfilled. and finally, it allows DE to get creative with mission lines they introduced before, but with a twist (i.e. perhaps you need more than just the triangulator to get to vay hek, maybe you need to beat up his fomorians and injectors to drag him to the solar system) it allows players to somewhat participate in events (as the bulk will all participate at once), but those who miss out initially can still catch up after, at no real loss. the hype will be identical to the event missions of days past (and future), and players won't feel under the pump to bust out a ton of things in the space of a weekend. as aside, this may also lead into questlines to get the orokin frames, its already too easy to build them. you just need to grind, and theres no fun in that, maybe have players go through derelicts and towers before reaching bosses to get the final BP, the bosses reflecting the warframe (e.g. Frost prime may have some sort of Mr. Freeze style corrupted guarding him) Discuss. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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