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Annihilate enemies with the conductivity of coils and transmitters. Gyre's electric attacks provide crowd control. She is the embodiment of elegant theory.

Release Date: April 27, 2022

Graceful in every step with clockwork precision, her mechanized pirouette captivates the audience in electrifying shock and awe. Execute and electrocute elegantly as Gyre, the dancing spark. Flash across the stage as a living thunderbolt and strike true as lucent lightning. A gentle facade conceals her lethal touch, thus with regal poise she bids adieu in her danse macabre finale. Gyre graced us with her presence in Update 31.5 (2022-04-27).


Gyre's component and main blueprints can be acquired from The Holdfasts' bounties on the Chrysalith.
Item Source Chance Expected Nearly Guaranteed
Systems Systems Blueprint Zariman Bounty Lvl 70-75 11.90% ~ 8 Stages 54 ± 18 Stages
Chassis Chassis Blueprint Zariman Bounty Lvl 60-65 13.56% ~ 7 Stages 47 ± 15 Stages
Helmet Neuroptics Blueprint Zariman Bounty Lvl 50-55 13.04% ~ 7 Stages 49 ± 16 Stages
GyreIcon272 Blueprint Zariman Bounty Lvl 110-115 12.99% ~ 7 Stages 49 ± 16 Stages
GyreIcon272 Blueprint Zariman Bounty Lvl 90-95 12.99% ~ 7 Stages 49 ± 16 Stages

All drop rates data is obtained from DE's official drop tables. See Mission Rewards#Standard Missions for definitions on reward table rotations.
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Manufacturing Requirements
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OrokinCell Orokin Cell
Time: 3 Day(s)
Rush: PlatinumLarge 50
MarketIcon Market Price: PlatinumLarge 325 Blueprint2 Blueprints Price: N/A
Gyre Neuroptics Blueprint
NeuralSensors Neural Sensors
ThraxPlasm Thrax Plasm
VoidgelOrb Voidgel Orb
Plastids Plastids
Time: 12 Hour(s)
Rush: PlatinumLarge 25
Gyre Chassis Blueprint
Morphics Morphics
ThraxPlasm Thrax Plasm
EntratiLanthorn Entrati Lanthorn
AlloyPlate Alloy Plate
Time: 12 Hour(s)
Rush: PlatinumLarge 25
Gyre Systems Blueprint
ArgonCrystal Argon Crystal
ThraxPlasm Thrax Plasm
VoidplumeQuill Voidplume Quill
Ferrite Ferrite
Time: 12 Hour(s)
Rush: PlatinumLarge 25


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Every ship needs a figurehead. Executor Ballas presented us with sweet Gyra on the day of our departure. She spoke with her movement. Her dancing was meant to bring joy, but when we entered the Void... such madness, and one so gentle. The way you move now reminds me of her.

After the events of the quest, when speaking to Quinn as Gyre for first time in the Chrysalith, he reminisces about the day of the Zariman Ten Zero's departure for the Tau System.

A passenger by the name of Gyra was sent aboard by Orokin Executor Ballas to act as a figurehead. She was renown for her graceful movements and was a gentle soul, yet misfortune befell her as the Zariman crossed the fold in the Void. She succumbed to madness and insanity same as the rest of the ship's occupants.



  • Gyre is the 49th unique Warframe to be released.
  • Gyre was first revealed in Devstream 160 showcasing her in-game model and idle animations. Her finalized abilities, passive, and alternate helmet were shown in Devstream 161.
  • Her placeholder ability names are Pulse, Sphere, Energized, and Overcharged.
    • According to [DE]Pablo, Gyre has unique abilities to differentiate her from VoltIcon272 Volt, the first electricity-based Warframe. Specifically, Gyre's electricity has a tesla-like quality (i.e. plasma globe) compared to Volt's chain lightning.[1]
    • A portion of Gyre's abilities, such as Arcsphere130xWhite Arcsphere and CoilHorizon130xWhite Coil Horizon, incorporates a refined object physics system as a testbed for future development. Earlier physics-based behavior in game objects include Pickups, Ragdolls, and GrendelIcon272 Grendel's Pulverize130xWhite Pulverize.
    • Akin to VaubanIcon272 Vauban and OctaviaIcon272 Octavia, Gyre throws spherical objects via her abilities. However, Gyre's throws deviate from the aforementioned Warframes in the arcing angles similar to ProteaIcon272 Protea's GrenadeFan130xWhite Grenade Fan, as well as introducing a bowling ball physics simulation to her second ability which subjects the thrown object to gravity and collisions more heavily.
  • She is the seventh Warframe after LimboIcon272 Limbo, HildrynIcon272 Hildryn, WispIcon272 Wisp, TitaniaPrimeIcon272 Titania Prime, ProteaIcon272 Protea, XakuIcon272 Xaku, SevagothIcon272 Sevagoth with a unique dodge roll animation, where Gyre briefly becomes invisible as she twirls in a shower of sparks and reappears afterward with a thunderclap.
  • Gyre is a notably tall female Warframe matching SarynIcon272 Saryn's height.
  • Her name comes from the term gyre, which means a spiral or a vortex, probably a reference to her pirouette movement or a tesla coil (as inspiration for her abilities.)
  • During development, Gyre's coil gown initially did not split when she activates Rotorswell130xWhite Rotorswell. The dress frequently clipped with her legs as she performed Maneuvers and would flip and flop oddly when Gyre dodge rolled. The art team and gameplay design team compromised with the finalized iteration, where Gyre performs a special rolling animation and her gown's crinoline held the dress apart.
  • Gyre and StyanaxIcon272 Styanax did not release with their own dedicated traditional Warframe Profile videos.
  • Gyre is the only Warframe who's portrait uses an alternate helmet, using the Gyre Automaton Helmet instead of her standard helmet.
  • Gyre holds dual Syachids in her Abilities diorama.


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GyreIcon272 Gyre's abilities gain a flat 10% Critical Chance per active DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity status proc affecting an individual enemy to deal 2.0x Critical Damage against that enemy.

  • Bonus stacks additively with CathodeGrace130xWhite Cathode Grace, increasing the overall ability critical chance at lower DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity status stack counts.
  • Passive and Cathode Grace combined provide up to a maximum of 300% ability critical chance.
    • From the passive alone, a minimum of 30 DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity procs will reach the capped ability critical chance.
  • Gyre's abilities can reach orange and red critical multipliers to inflict 3.0x and 4.0x ability critical damage.
    • From the passive alone, orange crits start at 11 stacks (110% crit chance) and red crits at 21 stacks (210% crit chance) respectively.
  • Helminth-subsumed abilities and Railjack turret abilities such as Mod TT 20px Seeker Volley do not benefit from Gyre's passive.


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Launch a Gyratory Sphere that will deal high damage on impact and periodically deal electrical shocks to nearby enemies. Hit multiple enemies at once with the initial launch to enhance damage.

Introduced in Update 31.5 (2022-04-27)

AbilityStrengthBuff Strength:1,000 / 1,300 / 1,600 / 2,000 (DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity damage on deployment)
100 / 150 / 200 / 250 /s (field DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity damage per second)
AbilityDurationBuff Duration:7 / 8 / 9 / 10 s
AbilityRangeBuff Range:4 m (impact radius)
7 m (field radius)

Misc: DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity status on hit
2.0x (enhanced damage multiplier)
3 (initial enemies hit for enhanced damage)
3 (active spheres limit)
0% to 300% (ability critical chance)

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Coil Horizon

Throw forward a Gyratory Sphere that will implode after a few seconds or can be manually triggered.

Introduced in Update 31.5 (2022-04-27)

AbilityStrengthBuff Strength:1,000 / 1,150 / 1,300 / 1,500 /s (contact DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity damage per second)
500 / 750 / 1,000 / 1,250 (DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity damage on implosion)
AbilityDurationBuff Duration:N/A
AbilityRangeBuff Range:12 m

Misc: Knockdown on hit
DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity status on hit
2 s (sphere lifetime)
2 s (implosion lifetime)
0% to 300% (ability critical chance)

Subsumable to Helminth
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Cathode Grace

Gain a brief burst of increased Critical Chance and Energy Regen, with each kill extending duration of Cathode Grace. Casting is on a cooldown.

Introduced in Update 31.5 (2022-04-27)

AbilityStrengthBuff Strength:x 25 / 30 / 40 / 50 % (weapon crit chance)
+ 25 / 30 / 40 / 50 % (ability crit chance)
1 / 1.15 / 1.3 / 1.5 EP/s (energy regen)
AbilityDurationBuff Duration:8 s (initial timer)
3 s (extra time per kill)
AbilityRangeBuff Range:N/A

Misc: 60 s (casting cooldown and max duration cap)

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Gyre’s mechanisms spin at incredible speeds, generating an Electric Field that shocks nearby enemies. When Gyre gets a critical hit, a large electrical discharge will chain from the enemy that was hit to nearby enemies.

Introduced in Update 31.5 (2022-04-27)

AbilityStrengthBuff Strength:100 / 150 / 200 / 250 /s (field DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity damage per second)
250 / 350 / 400 / 500 (discharge DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity damage)
AbilityDurationBuff Duration:10 / 14 / 18 / 22 s
AbilityRangeBuff Range:4 m (electric field radius)
10 m (discharge range)

Misc: 44 % (move speed bonus)
DmgElectricitySmall64 Electricity status on hit
5 (discharge chained targets)
2 (simultaneous discharges limit)
1 s (discharge cooldown)
0% to 300% (ability critical chance)


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CoilHorizon130xWhite CoilHorizon130xWhite
CathodeGrace130xWhite CathodeGrace130xWhite
Rotorswell130xWhite Rotorswell130xWhite Rotorswell130xWhite

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GyreIcon272 Gyre can be equipped with the following items:



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Patch History

Hotfix 36.0.2 (2024-06-19)

  • Fixed a script error caused by Gyre’s Rotorsell ability.

Update 36.0 (2024-06-18)

Line Of Sight Improvements

As a continuation of our efforts to improve LOS systems within Warframe, which have been ongoing since Dante Unbound, we’ve made further strides towards improving how we handle these checks.

From a technical standpoint, we’ve improved the consistency and performance of the underlying LOS systems within the game by handling how we detect unrendered targets, in addition to improvements we’ve made in recent hotfixes.

Abilities that use LOS checks already have been updated to this improved technology! Additionally, with these improvements, we can now easily shift over any Warframe Ability that relies on LOS checks to be seamlessly migrated to this new, more accurate system, meaning we’re able to act faster on any outlying offenders that may arise.

To name a few Warframe abilities that benefit from this with Jade Shadows:

  • Gyre's Rotorswell
  • Fixed script error with Gyre’s Rotorswell.

Hotfix 35.5.9 (2024-05-01)

  • Fixed Gyre’s skirt blocking camera while Rotorswell is active and aiming down sights.

Hotfix 35.5.8 (2024-04-24)

  • Fixed the skirt on the Gyre Kuvael Monarch Skin not lifting while using her Rotorswell ability.

Update 34.0 (2023-10-18)

Base vs Final Stats in Modding - Health / Energy / Shield / Armor Stat Overhaul

If you’ve spent any time invested in the deeper nuances of Modding, you may be familiar with “Warframe Math” - math that upon first glance doesn’t really make sense, but once you learn the inner workings of the game, it all comes together. While we can appreciate the value that complex systems offer to a certain subsect of players, there are other aspects of the game that should have clear and understandable outcomes. Namely: Shield, Health, Energy, and Armor Modding.

Pop quiz: what is 300 + 440%? If you answered 740, you may just be an Excalibur player.

Vitality (+440% Heath), Redirection (+440% Shields), Flow (+150% Energy), and Steel Fiber (+110% Armor) come with large modifier values that don’t seem to match their outcome in-game. This is because these Mods apply their multiplier to the base stats of the Warframe - i.e., the stats you have at Rank 0. In the Excalibur example, a Rank 30 Excalibur’s Health stat of 300 earns an additional 440 Health from max rank Vitality (+440% Heath) since it applies to his base rank Health stat of 100, resulting in 740 total health.

In this update, we have removed this obfuscation by having Health, Shield, Energy, and Armor Mods apply to the stats of Warframes at their current rank. Continuing our Excalibur example, instead of Vitality always applying to Excalibur’s base rank 100 Health, it would apply to his Health stat based on his rank - namely, the stat you can actually see in your Arsenal. If your Excalibur were Rank 30, his Health stat would be 300, which means Vitality’s multiplier would be calculated off of 300.

With previous Health and Mod values, additional adjustments are needed to make this revision work while maintaining game balance. By only changing where the multiplier applies, a Rank 30 Excalibur would receive an extra 1,320 Health from max rank Vitality, resulting in a total health stat of 1,600. This outcome is a significant buff, which is not the intention of this system change.

To remedy this, we approached this problem in two ways:

1 - We reduced the overall multiplier for Health, Shield, Energy, and Armor Mods.
Since these now affect Max Rank Warframe stats, these Mods need to scale differently to maintain the status quo. Additionally, we wanted these new values to be as clear and understandable to all players as possible! Here are a few examples of these value changes:

  • Vitality: Reduced from +440% to +100% Health
  • Redirection: Reduced from +440% to +100% Shield Capacity
  • Steel Fiber: Reduced from +110% to +100% Armor
  • Flow: Reduced from +150% to +100% Energy Max

Note: These are not all of the Mods affected by this change. We share the comprehensive list further down in this section of the update notes.

Doing some quick math, this means that a Rank 30 Excalibur (300 Health) with a reworked Vitality Mod (+100% Health, applied to the final Health stat) would receive 300 extra Health, for a total of 600. That, in contrast, is a nerf, which we also don’t want to do.

So, our next step:

2 - We adjusted Warframe Health, Shield, Energy, and Armor values to keep the end result of the revised Mods as close to the original values as possible.

With this change, Excalibur’s Rank 30 Health stat is 370. With +100% Health from a max Vitality Mod, his resulting Health stat would be 740, which matches what it was originally.

While this path to the same result may seem a little complicated, the outcome matches our intention: we want players to be able to look at their Health, Shield, and Armor Mods, and be able to understand how they affect the stats they see in their Arsenal.

In addition to everything above, we also increased the base stat values for Warframes so that these revised Mods offer similar value for lower-ranked Frames. To do so, we reduced the amount of Health/Shield/Energy that Warframes earn per rank in half, and transferred the sum of that value to their base stats.

For Armor, this is the one stat that does not increase with your Warframe’s level (with some exceptions). Armor values across the board have been slightly increased to compensate for the Mod changes.

Not to beat a dead Kaithe, but Mods will now be applying to the Max Rank stat instead of the Base Rank. You may look at these numbers and think “nerf” or “buff” depending, but the outcome is that total Modded values are the same, if not a little higher in some cases.

Warframe Stat Changes:

Health: Base Rank - 270 (from 100) / Max Rank - 370 (from 300)
Shields: Base Rank - 550 (from 175) / Max Rank - 650 (from 525)
Armor: Base Rank - 105 (from 100)
Energy: Base Rank - 190 (from 160) / Max Rank - 240 (from 240)

While there may be significant changes to Warframe Stats and Mod values as a part of this overhaul, the end result is that your Builds should mostly stay the same. The key difference is the added clarity of what your Health / Shield / Energy / Armor Mods do in your Upgrade screens!

Update 33.0 (2023-04-26)

  • Fixed hand clipping issues for the following Warframes (includes Primes for those who have that variant) when using Hildryn Prime’s Noble animation.
    • Gyre
  • Fixed script error with Gyre’s Arcsphere.

Update 32.3 (2023-02-15)

Hotfix 32.0.13 (2022-10-14)

  • Fixed script error with Gyre’s Rotorswell.

Update 32.0 (2022-09-07)

  • Fixed the timer for Gyre’s Cathode Grace not increasing duration for Client on Warframe Ability kills.
  • Fixed Gyre's passive ability critical chance inconsistency when playing as client (undocumented)

Update 31.6 (2022-06-09)

  • Polished some of Gyre’s idle animations.

Hotfix 31.5.9 (2022-05-12)

  • Fixed kills by Gyre’s abilities not being accounted for in player profile stats.

Hotfix 31.5.5 (2022-05-03)

  • Fixed Gyre Rotorswell lightning strike cooldown being permanently decreased in certain cases when the electric arcs chain to other enemies.
    • This potentially also fixes Cathode Grace randomly disabling itself - please let us know if this issue continues post-Hotfix.

Hotfix 31.5.3 (2022-04-29)

  • Fixed the rarity of the Zariman Bounty reward tiers (Common/Uncommon/Rare pools) not being properly assigned - resulting in unintended drop rates. As reported here: https://forums.warframe.com/topic/1306797-gyre-parts-not-dropping/
    • This directly affected the Gyre and Weapons Blueprints. The UI was inaccurately stating the rarity for each - Gyre’s Component Blueprints were marked as ‘uncommon’ but only had a 2% drop chance, while the Weapon Blueprints were marked as ‘rare’ but had a whopping 21% drop chance. So we have redistributed the drop rates by increasing the drop chance of Gyre’s Component blueprints within the intended ‘uncommon’ rates and lowering the Weapon Blueprints rate to intended ‘rare’ rates.

Hotfix 31.5.2 (2022-04-28)

  • Added sound FX variations to Gyre’s Arcsphere and Coil Horizon cast.

Update 31.5 (2022-04-27)

  • Introduced.

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Ability SFX



Deploying projectile
Deploying enhanced projectile
Projectile whizz
Projectile loop
Enhanced projectile loop
Projectile range loop
Projectile dissolves

Coil Horizon

Projectile bounce

Cathode Grace



Cast burst
Critical discharge
Gyro spins