I saw the pointless random capitals and automatically reported the post. SoRrynOTsoRrY.
Only a handful of certain blueprints that are not primed can be traded. Check the trading article for more information.
@Meghan Lloyd not sure if you’re joking but.. it’s May the Fourth as in May the Force be with you, from Star Wars ;) July has nothing to do with it.
Does Warding Halo work with Adaptation though?
*Laughs in Condition Overload Farm*
Threshxone is better at hiding.
Wukong isn't a bad warframe at all... His clone is incredibly powerful on its own with minimal pwoer strength, nevermind extra tankiness from the 3, panic escapes (and mobility in general) with the 2 and respectable damage from the 4 if you're inclined to use it. He has good tank stats at base and with an adaptability thrown in if you're still dying it is because you stopped actively playing the game.
The pearl is for levelling your Hoverboard. Bear in mind I think yuo can only do the races once per active race every day. If you wanted faster standing then do the races but to level the board you'll need to grind on the pearl.
I think a Cephalon would make a decent base premise for an AI computer as a boss, rather than a robot. There’s the cephalon from the Index that indicates they can be owned by the Corpus and reprogrammed for a given activity. Perhaps the next attempt at an unshackled superior AI could be a reworked Cephalon.
As for the fight I think the idea of automated base systems fighting the player rather than normal units would be the way to take it.
Surprise laser barriers, mounted turrets, doors locking automatically as you approach with taunts thrown in. It’d be a fight to get to the boss’ core to destroy or hack it.
@Aikurei Jordas was a Tenno cephalon wasn’t he? I thought he was a cephalon supporting the Atlas Warframe, hence why he gives you the Bp after his quest.
They’ll bring it back the same time they kick aggp from their sponsor programme.
Volt is probably most noob friendly. I remember not getting how Excalibur worked as a noob. Volt’s 1 2 and 3 are fairly straightforward and don’t need mods to really demonstrate how they work. Excalibur on the other hand really likes mods, particularly range for his 1, 2 and 3 in order to perform, especially at lower ability levels where without mods they might aswell do nothing.
*raises hand* I like memes.
Going to need some elaboration there hun.
And it was more like MissingNo in Kubrow form.
It’ll make it easier to find creators doing the thing we are looking for, like types of art or gameplay etc.
I mean, I’ve never seen a dog get pregnant and wonder if it’ll have kittens.
Will all due respect. Too long, didn’t read.
^ yeah hopefully they take the mature sensible option. As much as the easy path in keeping very pro DE people on like AGGP might appeal the smarter option is to get rid of toxic people like him and let the critics stay. It’s really tough supporting your critics but doing so is very professional and will earn more brownie points from the community.
If you intend to use crit then CD is going to be superior so you’re better off rolling for that than cc.
I think it’s more an issue of the amount of content they release it at a time. Warframe is I a state where there isn’t much delay for veteran players in completing new content as it arrives. Take Warcraft as an example. They generally release new content once or twice a year (or at least they did). That’s fine though because that content lasts. It could take several hours of dedicated playing to complete new storylines. Time to level up and only then are you ready for the next step of grinding for the new rewards whatever they may be.
Warframe simply isn’t designed for such huge content drops due to its lack of a levelling system and no real quest system to work play off it.
Imagine in the game were designed with multiple open worlds from the start separated by planets, with a growing levelling system akin to Warcraft, perhaps with new abilities or effect unlocked for Warframes as you level which could then be mixed and matched according to player preference. I can’t help but think the cycle of content consumption would be much slower with a more traditional mmo system as opposed to the mission based gameplay we have.