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Revision as of 19:09, June 30, 2020

Risen from the sands, Inaros commands the desert's fearsome power.

This is Inaros, the savior, king of the desert.

Whether denizens of the sky or the earth, Tenno, the fear of Inaros is within.

Release Date: March 4th, 2016

Entombed for eons, the ancient pharaoh Inaros reawakens to ravage, consume and conquer all life swept up in his cursed sandstorms, leaving only the barren and drained desert of death in his wake. Inaros arose in Update 18.5.

Manufacturing Requirements
Credits64
25,000
Helmet
1
Chassis
1
Systems
1
OrokinCell64
1
Time: 72 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 50
Market Price: Platinum64 225 Blueprint Price: N/A
Neuroptics
Credits64
15,000
AlloyPlate64
1,500
PolymerBundle64
350
Plastids64
500
DENitainExtract2
2
Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 25
Chassis
Credits64
15,000
Neurode64
3
NanoSpores64
1,000
Plastids64
300
Oxium64
100
Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 25
Systems
Credits64
15,000
ArgonCrystal64
2
PolymerBundle64
300
NanoSpores64
1,600
Circuits64
500
Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 25

Acquisition

Inaros' main and component blueprints are obtainable from the Sands of Inaros quest. The quest blueprint is purchasable from Baro Ki'Teer for PrimeBucks100 + Credits6425,000.

Additional blueprints can be bought from Cephalon Simaris; ReputationLargeBlack50,000 for component blueprints and ReputationLargeBlack100,000 for main blueprint.

Lore

Hush my little dune. You don't need to be scared. There, there, that's right, shake out the sand, but remember, not all of it, and I'll tell you the story. Long ago, the lands of our colony were cursed, they were soaked in fear. The Golden Skymen would come and take our children away. Young and old alike, cowered before them, afraid to lose their most beloved. But then he came. The Fear-eater. The skykiller. He was called Inaros!

Inaros was a warrior who served the Golden Skymen, but did not approve of them taking away the children of the devout sky-worshippers of Mars. Inaros eventually defected to protect the colony. The Skymen set their armies upon Inaros, but none could prevail against him. The Skymen fled, and Inaros was hailed as a the God King of the Mars people before he ascended to watch over the colony from his throne in the sky.

Years later, the Mars colony was attacked by Infested. Inaros came to their defense and swept away the plague, but his metal body was found broken. Believing his spirit returned to the sky, the colony entombed his body in Sacred Vessels, knowing he will one day reclaim his body and rise again.

A young Baro Ki'Teer was part of the Mars colony that worshipped Inaros, but one day it was beset by Grineer. Despite Baro Ki'Teer's prayers, Inaros never came and the colony was eradicated, and he, as the colony's sole survivor, grew to resent the God King.

In present day, Baro Ki'Teer hires the Tenno to excavate Inaros's tomb, but a mysterious voice narrates the legend of Inaros, leaving Baro Ki'Teer distressed. While completing the challenges left on the Sacred Vessels, the voice is revealed to belong to Baro Ki'Teer's late mother. Coming to peace with his past, Baro Ki'Teer thanks the Tenno, remarking that the God King will rise again.

Notes

  • Due to having no shields, Inaros' base health from leveling scales differently from other Warframes, having 300% more health at max rank rather than the typical 200%.
  • As Inaros has no shields, any Hijack objective will drain his health instead in order to move.
  • However, there are benefits with Inaros's lack of shields, such as:
    • The Decaying Dragon Key having no negative effect, allowing Inaros to carry it without issue.
    • The No Shields Nightmare Mode condition having no effect.
    • Cryogenic Leakage having no effect on his nonexistent shields. His friction is still affected however.
    • Magnetic b Magnetic having no effect on his nonexistent shields. Energy drain and HUD disruption still occurs however.
    • Mod TT 20pxRage and Mod TT 20pxHunter Adrenaline always giving energy when damage is taken.

Trivia

  • Inaros has two possible namesakes, both of which are figures in ancient Egyptian history and are often confused with each other:
    • Inaros II, an ancient Egyptian ruler who rebelled against the Persians in 460 BC.
    • Inaros I, an ancient Egyptian prince who rebelled against the Assyrians in 665 BC, 200 years prior to the reign of Inaros II.
  • Inaros has the highest base health of any Warframe and was the first to have 0 base shield, with NidusIcon272 Nidus following after in Update 19.5.
    • Combining Mod TT 20pxPrimed Vigor (+220%), Mod TT 20pxGladiator Resolve (+180%), and Mod TT 20pxUmbral Vitality (+770%), at a total of +1,170%, a max rank Inaros can achieve a total health of 8,635.
    • A full squad of 4 equipped with both Mod TT 20pxPhysique and Mod TT 20pxCoaction Drift can further increase Inaros' health to reach maximum bonus health of +1,646.1%, a total of 11,253.55 health.
  • Inaros is the first Warframe to have a built-in polarity in the Exilus mod slot. An Exilus Adapter is still required to unlock the slot, but a Forma is not necessary unless changing it to another polarity.
  • Unlike most other Warframes, Inaros played a direct part in defending and interacting with populations outside of the Orokin, who worshiped him as their king and protector.
  • Inaros is unique in the sense that, aside from his main blueprint, his parts were originally labeled as the "Protector" pieces, directly tying the blueprints to the lore itself. (e.g. Protector Neuroptics). The parts are now labeled "Inaros" pieces.
  • As of Update 18.6, Baro Ki'Teer has unique dialog when addressing players equipped with Inaros.
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