The Fang are dual stilettos released on the 18th of March, 2013.
|Time: 12 hrs|
|Market Price: 135||Blueprints Price:20,000|
This weapon deals primarily Puncture damage.
- Deals mostly Puncture damage, effective against armored enemies.
- A polarity slot.
- Fast attack speed.
- Jump attack knocks down enemies in a mid-sized area.
- Stance slot has a polarity, matches Gnashing Payara stance.
- Low single strike damage.
- Little Slash and Impact damage, less effective against Infested or Shielded enemies.
- Very short range.
- Low status chance.
- Low critical chance.
- Fang, compared to Fang Prime:
- Higher base damage (108.0 vs. 53.4)
- Lower critical chance (8% vs. 26%)
- Lower critical multiplier (1.5x vs. 2.6x)
- Lower status chance (16% vs. 26%)
- Lower attack speed (0.92 vs. 1)
- Lower Range (1.65 m vs. 1.75 m)
- Lower Mastery Rank required (0 vs. 10)
- See Category:Fang Build to see how players mod this weapon.
- See Category:Fang Guides for guides on how to use this weapon effectively.
- For more general help with weapons, you may wish to browse Category:Weapon Guides.
- In a hidden room within the Corpus Outpost tileset, a dead Grineer can be found on medical table, and beside the body is a cart with a bloody Fang. It is speculated that this weapon may be a torture/medical tool used by Corpus, though a Prime version was released. The reason for the daggers on the table is unknown.
- While all other Warframes store the Fangs stacked parallel on each other, only Nekros stores the Fangs in a cross arrangement.
- The weapon itself holds a similar design to the Pangolin Sword.
- As of Update 19.4.2, the Codex displays this weapon with a magazine size of 6.
- Despite being referred to as Stilettos, the Fang bears no resemblance to actual Stilettos, which are daggers that are defined by a straight blade and needle-like point, being dedicated thrusting weapons.
- Fang Prime, the prime version of this weapon.
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