(PSN)NearlyDedicated Posted October 24, 2014 Share Posted October 24, 2014 The Ways of Old: A Call for DE to Look at Warframe’s Past “A call echoes across the stars – summoning the Tenno to an ancient place…” -Original Warframe Tutorial Mission Developers and Community of Warframe: I’ve been with Warframe since before the Orokin era - starting at darksectOr. When Warframe was released on Steam, I downloaded it day one. Since then, so much has changed, and it’s been so much fun to watch the game grow from a small, relatively unknown game to what it is now. However, as a veteran player, I’ve seen the style of the Tenno become less unique – some welcome this change, others do not. Although the definition of Tenno culture has changed several times (with the development of lore at DE), we’ve always been described as ancient warriors with a forgotten past. Now-a-days, it seems we aren’t so ancient anymore. We aren’t feared by our enemies: they never run and hide when we appear; our powers aren’t beyond comprehension, which seems to have been a big idea in Warframe’s earlier days: Vor seems to have a grasp on Void energy; and the only “way of old” we still use is the blade, which some the current factions are now taking advantage of. There’s almost nothing which makes us “ancient” anymore – we are now simply another faction no different from the Grineer, Corpus, or Infested. So, where did our Tenno culture go? Our new(er) dojo tileset even looks more Corpus than Tenno. So, for the Developers: as Warframe grows in the future, may I ask that this is considered? I think (and correct me if I’m wrong, forum members) there’s a large amount of the community who prefers the “ancient” feel over the feeling we are simply just another faction. For the forum community: What do you think? Have we changed too drastically? Do you prefer the new Tenno, or the old? Bonus: See here ( ) for a look at the old style. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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