- Sep 16, 2018
Bunch of red text from Nora Night announcing that the Wolf of Saturn Six goes live today.
Which means today is the day alerts die.
Press F for respects.
Which means today is the day alerts die.
Press F for respects.
Protip when it comes to Solar Rails: every rail can be beaten very easily with Excalibur. Use radial blind so that they're open to finishers, take out your exalted blade, and perform a finisher. Boom. Instant kill.Considering mods: Should I upgrade mods or should I hope that I find better ones? Yesterday I upgraded a vitality mod from +40% health to +220% health. Don't know if that was the correct choice...
Also: Wtf is this difficulty spike on the bridge to jupiter? Yesterday I just wanted to have a feelgood moment before going to bed and open up the bridge to jupiter... and what do I get? The fucking Dark Souls part of Warframe. Went to bed after 11 or 12 failed attempts to beat Valkyr.
Not sure how much I can help with your specific issues, as it's been a loooong time since I had any problems in that part of the starchart, but I will say, if you stick with it, one day you'll absolutely steam roll everything there, and chances are you won't even notice prosecutors, cos they'll be long dead before they even get close. Then you'll look back and laugh and ask yourself how the fudge you ever had any issues there.Thanks, maybe today I'll finally get to Jupiter. I tried it with Mesa and my best attempt was when I got Valkyr down to about 25%. Gonna try this again with good old Excalibur.
I really love this game, but sometimes I feel like I hit a wall because I missed something essential. Ceres for example had some really hard missions. Especially that mission where you have to kill Vor and Kril and that Hijack mission... no way I could have done them solo.
In some missions those prosecutors handed my ass to me. I know that they are only vulnerable to one specific damage type, but how can I prepare for them? How do I know what prosecutor spawns in which mission?
I think currently I'm spending more time with reading wikis than actually playing, lol.
I can attest to. Three and a half years with the game, and I still check the wiki a few times a day when I'm playing
Two of the biggest errors I've seen new people making was either hanging on to flawed mods and / or not realising how to upgrade mods, because the game isn't particularly implicit in explaining either, or there is just such an avalanche of information in the first 10 hours that people miss it.
In the early to mid game I usually recommend the Sonicor. It’s a secondary but can be used like a primary because it’s so ammo-efficient, and it’s a blast to play with. ARs are generally outclassed by shotguns throughout the game. You could get a Hek today, and it will outperform most any AR you ever get. If you’re committed to ARs, wait for primes.
It feels like they keep adding stuff in the game that incentivises this behaviour.... focus lenses was one, now the nightwave challenges....
If you got the mods, then install ice and electricity damage to your weapon. I also just started Jupiter 2 days ago and this helps A LOT.
It's only grindy if you don't enjoy what you're doing..........
I doubt you can blame people who were saying the missions were too easy. DE almost certainly had all the mission objectives for the season decided on before launch.
1. At the end of the "season". They do carry over each week. Not sure, but I think it's safe to assume we'll get a warning.Still waiting on a clan invite, if that's okay.
Also I had a few newbie questions:
1. For the NIghtwave weeklies, it says that the credits you earn has to be spent "before the program ends".
So what does that mean exactly? Do earned credits not carry over each week? Or do they mean at the very end of this event (if so, when does it end)?
2. I just unlocked syndicates. When I join one am I permanently tied to it? Or can I bounce around each one without losing the progress gained?
3. What determines my level, and whether I'm strong enough for a particular mission? Is it the level my Warframe itself has or the overall level of my weapons (like having a rank 18 shotgun means I can take out level 18 enemies)?
1. Keep 2 of most weapon mods in case you ever need an extra for a sentinel weapon, and some mods sell in the market for platinum. Otherwise, feel free to turn them into endo I guess (credits are easier to get).
Yeah keep doing what your doing. Clear the nodes on each planet and keep working your way forward. As you work your way through the start chart new quests become available, that open up other aspects of the game. The second dream is the quest you want to work towards and is the around that point the game really clicks for alot of people. Its available after neptune though so theres a bit to be done before then.Thanks. Right now I'm kind of doing whatever, collecting blueprints as I find them, but then getting bummed when they require a billion components of stuff I haven't even started to collect yet.
Should I just focus on the main quest stories up to a certain point? Unlock all the planets or whatever? Spent an hour on the quest to have a doggo only to get the blueprint at the end that needs me to grind out more stuff.
Not that I mind so much because the game is still quite generous in rewarding you, either with cash or materials or mods or what have you. Nothing I've done feels remotely like a waste.
That’s about the biggest hurdle for me right now, not knowing how rare something is and whether or not I can earn it through missions instead of paying some type of currency.Yeah keep doing what your doing. Clear the nodes on each planet and keep working your way forward. As you work your way through the start chart new quests become available, that open up other aspects of the game. The second dream is the quest you want to work towards and is the around that point the game really clicks for alot of people. Its available after neptune though so theres a bit to be done before then.
Also, obligatory piece of advice early on. Stop by Fossa on Venus and beat the boss up there a few times. He drops Rhino's parts who's an excellent frame early on for getting through the star chart. You need 3 bits from the boss to make him, and you can purchase his actual blueprint from the marketplace with credits. Most non prime warframe blueprints are there as well, something I'm not sure the game does a great job in pointing out.
Also note, if he's not your thing, then most of the bosses in the game drop parts for a frame, you just need to run the boss a few times to get them. And potentially farm for the materials too of course
Cosmetics.That’s about the biggest hurdle for me right now, not knowing how rare something is and whether or not I can earn it through missions instead of paying some type of currency.
For reference, what are the things that are exclusively only purchasable on the market?
There's some stuff you can get in game from places like the void trader but thats something to worry about a little later. Also events and such occasionally come by, where you might get a color palette or syandana (a cloak like thing) but the best stuff is usually premium currency only. That can also be earned in game via trading, but again, that's probably for a little later.
Thanks a lot. Making the key now.There's some stuff you can get in game from places like the void trader but thats something to worry about a little later. Also events and such occasionally come by, where you might get a color palette or syandana (a cloak like thing) but the best stuff is usually premium currency only. That can also be earned in game via trading, but again, that's probably for a little later.
Also, I see no one took care of the invite so I've done that. You'll be able to make a dojo key in your foundry after you accept, so make that and you'll have access to everything the dojo offers (weapons, frames and more)
I edited to clarify and add a thing or two. You'll get all kinds of cosmetics and color palettes for free...tons...but the only things that are ONLY available for platinum are cosmetics. Edit: Keep an eye out for St Paddy's day color palette coming up soon. It's one of my favorites.
Why would there have been a uproar?
I'm more than happy to give you a guided tour of the eidolon hunt.Happened to get all three BPs for Revenant's parts today, so I figured I'd build him. Then I find out you can only get the quest for the main BP once you're Rank 2 with the Quills. One part of the game I've almost completely avoided because I don't find it fun at all.
Welp. Every time I start to have fun with Warframe again DE throws the Operator or open world busywork shit in my face and tries to get me to do literally anything but the cool space ninja stuff I fell in love with in the first place.
Heh, appreciate it, but I think I've got it down. I admit I was a bit too frustrated when I posted that. I did a few Teralyst runs with randoms last night and it went well, though I'll admit I was mostly carried through them. I was already rank 1 due to cashing in a whole bunch of intact cores earlier, now I'm almost to rank 2.