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Grineer text originally started out as simple bar code, and the ultimate goal was to create a written language that could be read easily whether compacted into a small space or plastered on an entire wall. Unlike the Corpus or Tenno alphabet that needs room to flourish, Grineer text can be fit into just about any location without a problem.

—WARFRAME blog post on creation of the language[1]

The Grineer speak and write in English, however they use their own unique set of barcode letters with dot-matrix-styled 'cuts' made along its edges (left for letters, right for numbers), to various depths. A dot present under each letter's bottom-right corner helps to determine the correct orientation and makes it easy to tell if the text has been flipped or rotated.


In many cases, the developers did not intend for this language to be translated and read by players. Therefore, many cases of text longer than a few words (such as the readouts on monitors) tend to be random letters strung together and occasionally flipped or rotated. Since the dot-marks are supposed to be on the bottom-right, it is easy to tell when this has been done.

Speech[]

Much like the Corpus Language, Grineer is based on a substitution of letters and letter clusters, generated by feeding English text through a simple program.[2][3] The substitutions used have evolved over time, leading to inconsistency in the spoken Grineer language which is exacerbated by the accents of various Grineer units. A list of substitutions common to most Grineer/Quotes has been determined based on known dialog. Due to the relatively small number of references and the variability of Grineer accents, this list may not be comprehensive.

English Grineer Example/Notes
B K Sukjekkt ("subject")
BA RA Raf ("back")
BO BRO Brogrer ("bored")
C K, KK Onke ("once")
CK F Kref ("check")
CL GR Grear ("clear")
D R Spotter ("spotted")
H R Rey ("hey")
I U, HU Hu'm ("I'm")
L D Dof ("lock")
Applied only if L is not preceeded by a consonant
LL S Khus ("kill")
O K Fkr ("for")
Outdated substitution; more recent dialogue do not use this
P G Gregort ("report")
Applied only if P is not flanked by any consonants
R-, -R- GR Regre ("here")
Applied only if R is not flanked by any consonants
ST TR Retrroy ("destroy")
TH KL Klem ("them")
This substitution is responsible for the Clem meme.
W R Rusr ("wish")
WH GR Grat ("what")

These substitutions are the most heavily used, but have not always been employed, and may change again in the future. Some notable dialog that does not follow these rules includes the initial cutscene of Vor's Prize, which among other irregularities features a substitution seen nowhere else: O → K. The Kavor word "sikkhat" is a recent example of a word of unknown derivation that may indicate a rule shift. Known examples of translated text can be found on the Grineer, Captain Vor, General Sargas Ruk, Kuva Guardian, and the Regulator quotes page.

A small number of words are irregular or have special substitution rules: most notably "and", ("na"), "my" ("tu"), and "you" ("gar"). Expletives except for "ramn" ("damn") appear to not follow substitution rules, or are de novo words ("ghutre" "rapatok", "gretesk"). Numbers used in the Orbiter's Radio Scanner audio are also partially irregular and possibly unique to those clips.

Pronounciation[]

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  • Grineer A.svg (A) = short/long A
  • Grineer B.svg (B) = see below
  • Grineer C.svg (C) = see below
  • Grineer D.svg (D) = R
  • Grineer E.svg (E) = short/long E
  • Grineer F.svg (F) = F
  • Grineer G.svg (G) = G
  • Grineer H.svg (H) = see below
  • Grineer I.svg (I) = see below
  • Grineer J.svg (J) = J
  • Grineer K.svg (K) = see below
  • Grineer L.svg (L) = see below
  • Grineer M.svg (M) = M
  • Grineer N.svg (N) = N
  • Grineer O.svg (O) = short/long O
  • Grineer P.svg (P) = see below
  • Grineer R.svg (R) = see below
  • Grineer S.svg (S) = see below
  • Grineer T.svg (T) = see below
  • Grineer U.svg (U) = short/long U
  • Grineer V.svg (V) = V
  • Grineer W.svg (W) = see below
  • Grineer Y.svg (Y) = long E
  • Grineer Z.svg (Z) = Z?
  • The Grineer Grineer B.svg (B) has four possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "R" sound (as in row) when it is followed by the vowel Grineer A.svg (A).
    • It uses the compound sound "BR" (as in break) when it is followed by the vowel Grineer O.svg (O).
    • It uses the English "K" sound (as in cat) when it is preceded by the vowel Grineer U.svg (U)?
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "B" sound (as in bat).
  • The Grineer Grineer C.svg (C) has three possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "F" sound (as in fair) when it is followed by Grineer K.svg (K).
    • It uses the English "G" sound (as in green) when it is followed by Grineer L.svg (L).
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "K" sound (as in cat).
  • The Grineer Grineer H.svg (H) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "L" sound (as in latch) when it is preceded by Grineer T.svg (T).
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "R" sound (as in row).
  • The Grineer Grineer I.svg (I) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "U" sound (as in up).
    • It uses the compound sound "HU" (as in hut).
  • The Grineer Grineer K.svg (K) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "F" sound (as in fair) when it is preceded by Grineer C.svg (C).
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "K" sound (as in cat).
  • The Grineer Grineer L.svg (L) has four possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "S" sound (as in stop) when it is followed by another Grineer L.svg (L).
    • It uses the English "R" sound (as in row) when it is preceded by Grineer C.svg (C).
    • It uses the English "D" sound (as in dog) when it is not preceded by a consonant.
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "L" sound (as in latch).
  • The Grineer Grineer P.svg (P) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "G" sound (as in green) when it is not flanked by consonants.
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "P" sound (as in pat).
  • The Grineer Grineer R.svg (R) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the compound sound "GR" sound (as in great) when it is not flanked by consonants.
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "R" sound (as in row).
  • The Grineer Grineer S.svg (S) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "T" (as in table) sound when it is followed by Grineer T.svg (T).
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "S" sound (as in stop).
  • The Grineer Grineer T.svg (T) has three possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "R" sound (as in row) when it is preceded by Grineer S.svg (S).
    • It uses the English "K" sound (as in cat) when it is followed by Grineer H.svg (H).
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "T" sound (as in table).
  • The Grineer Grineer W.svg (W) has two possible sounds:
    • It uses the English "G" sound (as in green) when it is followed by Grineer H.svg (H).
    • Otherwise, it uses the English "R" sound (as in row).

Unique words[]

The following words do not follow substitution rules (maybe due to accents) or are unique to the Grineer Language.

Known translations
Word Translation/Meaning
Chee "three"[4]
Ehught "eight"[4]
Fhuve "five"[4]
Forr "four"[4]
Gar "you"[3]
Garr "your"[3]
Garkot "target"
Gutora "bitch"
Na "and"[3]
Nhune "nine"[4]
Orre "over"
Ramn "damn" or a unique expletive
Sevenk "seven"[4]
Shux "six"[4]
Sikkhat An Infested creature
Skoom "scum"
Tok "two"[4]
Tenno Tenno faction[3]
Tu "my"[3]
Uk "one"[4]
Unknown translations
Word/Phrase Context
Peezporr enkkaagge kraaft "Sukjekkt secured. Removing from battlefield. Peezporr enkkaagge kraaft!" - Kuva Guardian after killing a Kuva Larvling
Rapatok "Uhh... we're entering the unresponsive vessel. Huhh, no signs of Infestation so far. Ramn, there are casualties. Mm-hmm, everywhere. It looks like, uhh, blade weapons. Yeah. Rapatok! Uh-huh, Tenno skoom! Yeah, they're all dead. Mark this ship for repopulation." - Radio Scanner
Shashe "Shashe Tenno!"

Audio examples[]

Main article: Grineer/Quotes
  • "Gar guis see anykling susphukhuous?" - "You guys see anything suspicious?"
  • "Or no!" - "Oh no!"
  • "Warframe spotter!" - "Warframe spotted!"
  • "Kome groser!" - "Come closer!"
  • "Ror rur Hu get truff rhukl klus kotr? Sekurhuty agahuntr grat?" - "How did I get stuck with this post? Security against what?"

Numbers[]

First Appearance[]

Grineer Numbers

0:00:13

Quick flash of a message at 0:0:27

A video released on July 3, 2013 for the Informant Event featured more Grineer text, including the first uses of numbers for the language. A flash before the timer countdown contained the message:

"COMMANDERS, GLORIOUS NEWS, OUR NEW SURVEILLANCE DRONES ARE BEING DEPLOYED AS WE SPEAK. CENTRAL CONTROL WILL NOW BE ABLE TO MONITOR THE LOCATION OF EVERY TENNO OPERATIVE IN THE SYSTEM. ANY ATTEMPTS TO TAMPER WITH THE DRONES WILL BE THWARTED BY THEIR SOPHISITCATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS."

"OUR GRIP IS TIGHTENING. SOON OUR DOMINANCE WILL BE UNCHALLENGED. YOUR MAJESTIES, THE TWIN KWUEENS"

The timer displayed in the background begins at 48:00:00 and begins counting down, ending at 47:59:51 when the view changes. As a result, the symbols for numbers were determined by the community.

It can be seen that the numbers have indentations on the right sides of the blocks, unlike the letters which have indentations on the left sides. The indentations on the numbers progressively rise as the numbers increase. Even numbers have shallower indentations, while odd numbers have deeper ones.

Pronunciation[]

The official pronunciation of numbers are as follows[4]:

  • One (1) = Uk
  • Two (2) = Tok
  • Three (3) = Chee
  • Four (4) = Forr
  • Five (5) = Fhuve
  • Six (6) = Shux
  • Seven (7) = Sevenk
  • Eight (8) = Ehught
  • Nine (9) = Nhune

Writing[]

All writing in the Grineer alphabet is written in either correct American English (with exceptions) or phonetically in the English language, with some substitutions due to missing characters:

  • "X" is converted to Grineer K.svgGrineer S.svg (KS).
  • "Q" is converted to Grineer K.svgGrineer W.svg (KW).

Examples[]

  • Queen is written as Grineer K.svgGrineer W.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer N.svg ("Kween").
  • Conquer is written as Grineer C.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer K.svgGrineer W.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svg ("Conkwuer").

Proper Nouns[]

List of proper nouns and names of Grineer origin.

Names
Proper nouns

Tabulated Ciphers[]

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Matching Grineer alphabet to International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) for English pronounciations.

English Consonsants
IPA Grineer
Alphabet
Equivalent(s)
English
Examples
p Grineer P.svg (P) & Grineer G.svg (G)* pen, tip
b Grineer B.svg (B) but, web
t Grineer T.svg (T) take, cut
d Grineer D.svg (D) & Grineer G.svg (G)† dad, do
Grineer C.svgGrineer H.svg (CH) chat, nature
Grineer J.svg (J) joy, giant, edge
k Grineer C.svg (C) & Grineer K.svg (K) cat, kite, queen
g Grineer G.svg (G) go, get, gutter
f Grineer F.svg (F) off, fate
v Grineer V.svg (V) voice, of, favorite
θ No equilvalent thing, teeth
ð No equilvalent that, soothe
s Grineer S.svg (S) same, city, sass
z Grineer Z.svg (Z) zoo, rose
ʃ Grineer S.svgGrineer H.svg (SH) she, sure, emotion
ʒ No equilvalent genre, seige, pleasure
h Grineer H.svg (H) hat, heaven
m Grineer M.svg (M) man, jam
n Grineer N.svg (N) no, brain
ŋ Grineer N.svgGrineer G.svg (NG) ringer, sing, drink
l Grineer L.svg (L) loss, please
r Grineer D.svg (D) & Grineer H.svg (H) & Grineer R.svg (R) & Grineer W.svg (W) run, very
w Grineer W.svg (W) win, we
j Grineer Y.svg (Y) yes, yawn
hw No equilvalent what, when
x No equilvalent loch
English Vowels
IPA Grineer
Alphabet
Equivalent
English
Examples
?? day, gate, date
ɒ ?? blockade, pot
ɔ: No equilvalent paw, thought
æ Grineer A.svg (A) pat, bat
ɜ No equilvalent bird, curt
ɪ Grineer I.svg (I) pit, in, fish
ɛ Grineer E.svg (E) pet, bed
i Grineer Y.svg (Y) & Grineer E.svgGrineer E.svg (EE) bee, need
ʌ Grineer I.svg (I) run
ʊ ?? put
u Grineer U.svg (U) food, dude, through
Grineer A.svgGrineer Y.svg (AY) bye, night, my
o Grineer O.svg (O) tow, woe, dough
No equilvalent now, foul
Numbers and Punctuation
Symbols Grineer
Alphabet
Equivalent
0 Grineer 0.svg
1 Grineer 1.svg
2 Grineer 2.svg
3 Grineer 3.svg
4 Grineer 4.svg
5 Grineer 5.svg
6 Grineer 6.svg
7 Grineer 7.svg
8 Grineer 8.svg
9 Grineer 9.svg
. (period) Grineer Dot.svg
? (question mark) Grineer Question.svg
! (exclamation mark) No equilvalent
, (comma) Grineer Comma.svg
: (colon) No equilvalent
' (apostrophe) No equilvalent
— (hyphen) No equilvalent
@ (at sign) Grineer At.svg
# (pound sign) Grineer Pound.svg

*When not flanked by consontants
†Applied only if not preceded by a consonant

Translation Examples[]

It Says 'Grineer'.
  • The simplest example is the text on the image to the right, which just says Grineer G.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svg, "GRINEER".
  • The words Grineer F.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer K.svg   Grineer 1.svgGrineer Dot.svgGrineer 8.svg, "FLAK 1.8" appears on both sides of the DrakgoonGrineerFlakCannon.png Drakgoon
  • The words Grineer N.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer T.svg   Grineer T.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer C.svg, "NOT TOUC" are written on both sides of the GorgonGorgon.png Gorgon.
  • The words Grineer B.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer G.svg   Grineer H.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer T.svg   Grineer F.svgGrineer P.svgGrineer 4.svgGrineer 3.svgGrineer 3.svgGrineer 7.svg,"BIG HURT FP4337" is written on the side of the GorgonGorgon.png Gorgon's Barrel near the end.
  • The word Grineer G.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svg, "GASER" is written all over the Regulators.
  • The word Grineer V.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer P.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svg, "VIPER" appears on the side of the ViperViper.png Viper. In earlier builds, the word was originally Grineer S.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer B.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer S.svg, "SERBERUS", presumably an earlier name for the gun.
  • The word Grineer C.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer F.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer E.svg, "CUTFACE" is written on the saw of the MiterMiter.png Miter.
  • The words on the Twin GremlinsGremlin.png Twin Gremlins' magazines are Grineer B.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer F.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer Y.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer F.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer E.svg, "BULLETS FOR YOUR FACE".
  • The word Grineer A.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer M.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer R.svg, "ARMOR" also appears on the top of all Alloy Plates.
  • The word Grineer U.svgGrineer B.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svg, "UBER" appears on the Commander's helmet.
  • The word Grineer O.svgGrineer B.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer Y.svg, "OBEY" is written on the AcridAcrid2.png Acrid near the barrel.
  • A large amount of Grineer writing is present all over both the Grineer Galleon and Grineer Asteroid tilesets. Translating some of the text painted on the walls yields the following words and phrases:
    • Grineer F.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer R.svg - "FLOOR"
    • Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer H.svg   Grineer T.svgGrineer O.svg   Grineer R.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer T.svg - "DEATH TO REST"
    • Grineer D.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer B.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer D.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer E.svg   Grineer L.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer D.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer T.svgGrineer O.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer H.svg - "DISOBEDIENCE LEADS TO DEATH"
    • Grineer O.svgGrineer B.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer Y.svg   Grineer A.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer L.svg   Grineer S.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer G.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer S.svg - "OBEY ALL SIGNS"
    • Grineer W.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer T.svg   Grineer T.svgGrineer O.svg   Grineer K.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer W.svg   Grineer M.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer Question.svg - "WANT TO KNOW MORE?"
    • Grineer B.svgGrineer E.svg   Grineer G.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer D.svg   Grineer O.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer B.svgGrineer E.svg   Grineer G.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer E.svg - "BE GOOD OR BE GONE"
    • Grineer K.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer P.svg   Grineer C.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer R.svg - "KEEP CLEAR"
  • In the next two phrases, the 'K' appears to be a typo, since a distinct letter for 'C' also exists.
    • Grineer S.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer P.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer M.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer K.svgGrineer Y.svg   Grineer I.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer Y.svg - "SUPREMAKY IS DUTY"
    • Grineer I.svgGrineer F.svg   Grineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer E.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer M.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer V.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer D.svg   Grineer P.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer K.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer Comma.svg   Grineer T.svgGrineer H.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer Y.svg   Grineer W.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer D.svg   Grineer H.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer V.svgGrineer E.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer F.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer D.svg   Grineer U.svgGrineer S.svg - "IF OUR ENEMIES DESERVED PEAKE, THEY WOULD HAVE DEFEATED US"
  • The following appears on the doorways of the Grineer Galleon tileset:
    • Grineer V.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer Y.svg   Grineer I.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer P.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer F.svg   Grineer O.svgGrineer F.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer Y.svg - "VICTORY IS PROOF OF DESTINY"
    • Grineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer S.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer G.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer H.svg   Grineer I.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer J.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer F.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer N.svg - "OUR STRENGTH IS OUR JUSTIFICATION"
    • Grineer G.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer F.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer E.svg   Grineer A.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer T.svg   Grineer G.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer P.svg   Grineer A.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer G.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer T.svg - "GRINEER DEFENSE ASSET GROUP AUGUST"
  • The following provides more proof that the Grineer alphabet may lack a 'Q', replacing it with a 'KW':
    • Grineer A.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer K.svgGrineer Dot.svg   Grineer C.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer K.svgGrineer W.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer Dot.svg   Grineer R.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer Dot.svg, "ATTACK. CONKWUER. RULE."
  • And the largest coherent text sample in the game so far:
    • Grineer S.svgGrineer Y.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer M.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer A.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer C.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer S.svg - "SYSTEMS ACCESS
    • Grineer A.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer H.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer I.svgGrineer Z.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer D.svg   Grineer P.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer R.svgGrineer S.svgGrineer O.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer L.svg   Grineer O.svgGrineer N.svgGrineer L.svgGrineer Y.svg - AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY
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Trivia[]

  • The audio language for the Grineer was added in Update 10.
  • It would seem some of the speeches are a similar blend with the languages on Earth before it was converted to Grineer such as English, German, and French. This is reasonable as the idea that the Grineer used to be humans before their repeated industrial cloning made them as they are.
  • The Grineer Alphabet abstains from the letter use of "Q" and "X". They are substituted using "KW" and "KS" respectively.[1]
  • The Grineer language is made by running English words and sentences through a script before being voiced.[10] Some of them, on the other hand, seemed to be garbled.
  • There is evidence to suggest that certain Grineer may have differing accents from other members of their faction. For example, in "The Call" trailer, the unnamed Grineer leader of the excavation puts no emphasis on the "H" in "moh'ne" when saying "Huh'ris moh'ne!" ("He's mine!"). Vor, however, is heard doing so later in the trailer.
  • On the small white machine/device, a text is found on the left side, vertically written: "KO, SYSTEM WIDE"
  • Sometimes, the words "is duty" (Grineer I.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer D.svgGrineer U.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer Y.svg), can be found with the Grineer symbol in front of it, clearly saying: "GRINEER IS DUTY".
  • Generally, the larger writings have a meaning, as where smaller texts usually do not.
  • The Grineer Explosive Barrels carry the following message: "DEATH IS REAL" (Grineer D.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer T.svgGrineer H.svg   Grineer I.svgGrineer S.svg   Grineer R.svgGrineer E.svgGrineer A.svgGrineer L.svg), a crude indicator of the barrel's volatile contents.
  • The phrase "WANT TO KNOW MORE?" is a reference to the movie Starship Troopers. In it, a series of short propaganda videos promoting the Federation's war on the Arachnids are played, all ending in the phrase "Would you like to know more?"

Media[]

External links[]

  • TennoTyper, an English to Warframe text translator developed by Clarvel.[11]

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