|Time: 12 hrs|
|Market Price: 125||Blueprints Price:15,000|
This weapon deals primarily Impact damage.
- High Impact damage – effective against shields.
- High critical chance.
- Knockdown on jump attacks, ragdolls enemies.
- Stance slot has polarity, matching Seismic Palm and Gaia's Tragedy stances.
- Can use the Furax-exclusive Amalgam Furax Body Count mod.
- Low Puncture and Slash – less effective against armor and health
- Low status chance.
- Very short range.
- Furax, compared to MK1-Furax:
- Furax, compared to Furax Wraith:
- See Category:Furax Build to see how players mod this weapon.
- See Category:Furax Guides for guides on how to use this weapon effectively.
- For more general help with weapons, you may wish to browse Category:Weapon Guides.
- When using these remember that you must be really close and therefore expect yourself to be vulnerable to staggers, knockdowns and knockbacks.
- Utilize rolling maneuvers to dart in and out from enemy melee range to deliver high-powered attacks.
- Occasionally, you may find it hard to hit an enemy even if they are directly in front of you. This may be a small mesh problem associated with the weapons short range.
- The execution blow has a small AOE which only effects the units slightly overlapping the executed unit.
- Using Reach can effectively aid in hitting targets from slightly further away.
- The groundslam attack knocks enemies down in a small area.
- Furax (fūrax) in Latin means "thieving."
- Furax is used in many Latin names for living things.
- In accordance to the Grineer Language, this is the first Grineer weapon name that comes with an "X", second being Atterax, and the third being Knux, as this is not normally used by the Grineer.
- Currently, the Furax is the only non-Tenno weapon to have an MK1 variant.
- MK1-Furax, the starter version of this weapon.
- Furax Wraith, the Wraith variant of this weapon.
- Ankyros, the Tenno counterpart.
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