Strike with silent lightning or the pummeling drum of thunder. Alternate between stealthy short-range electrical discharge, and automatic lightning gun. Faster mode-switch when used by Wisp.
For the mod, see Fulmination.

The Fulmin is WispIcon272 Wisp's signature rifle. By default it functions much like a shotgun, firing silenced Electricity b Electricity pulses at close range akin to the CrpShotgun Arca Plasmor, but via Alternate Fire it can be converted into an automatic weapon that shoots a rapid stream of lightning at a distance. The mode-switching is sped up when used by Wisp.

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This weapon deals primarily Electricity b Electricity damage.




  • When wielded by WispIcon272 Wisp, the Alternate Fire mode-switching animation is decreased to 0.5 seconds.
  • The Fulmin is considered a rifle when it comes to Mods and Sortie weapon conditions.



  • Fulmin is derived from fulmen, the Latin word for lightning. It is the root of the English word Fulmination.
  • The Fulmin has a unique weapon animation when switching to automatic mode, where the suppressor portion of the weapon is removed and then placed to the side of the weapon. This also gives the Fulmin a unique grip stance where the Warframe's left hand holds the suppressor to the right of the weapon while bracing the weapon from underneath with its wrist.
    • The Fulmin's suppressor is held in the Warframe's hand if the player brings up the Main Menu while the weapon is in automatic mode.
  • When a Fulmin-wielding Spectralyst runs out of ammo, it'll reload the weapon instead of waiting for it to recharge. A similar discrepancy can be seen with Elite Crewmen and their CorpusLaserRifle Flux Rifles.


  • Sometimes when switching modes quickly the position of the hand and the silencer will bug, combining the silencer with the gun and positioning the players hand as if it was in the semi mode.


Patch HistoryEdit

Hotfix 25.0.4

Hotfix 25.0.3

  • Fixed an issue that made Arca Plasmor, Fulmin and Catchmoon projectiles deal damage twice on the hit when the projectile is destroyed. This was not a case of ‘always worked this way’ as it was accidentally introduced by the Jovian Concord.

Update 25.0

  • Introduced.

Last updated: Update 25.0

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