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This egg is used to transplant the genetic code of a Kubrow onto a Kubrow clone.

—In-Game Description

This egg can be incubated to hatch into either a natural Kubrow of a random species, or according to two Genetic Imprints of the same species used in breeding. Kubrow Eggs are rare and can only be obtained by destroying Kubrow Dens in the Grineer Forest tileset, which is only located on Earth. Alternatively, it can be bought for Platinum6410 in the Market.

Obtaining an EggEdit

Kubrowegg

Kubrow Eggs have the same visual effect as rare mods do.

Upon breaking a Kubrow Den, there is a small chance that a Kubrow Egg will drop. Usually, upon breaking a den, you will automatically pick up the egg. There are multiple dens, usually on the lower ground levels. Dens resemble the base of a tree, with a root system and a hole from which Kubrows emerge. If you fire into or strike the den additional Kubrows emerge.  Kubrow Eggs use the same visual effects that rare mods and 5,000-standing Syndicate Medallions use, namely a column of light.

As of Update 23.10, the pickup limit on eggs has been lifted, allowing more than one egg to be stored.

Eggs cannot be traded between players.

FarmingEdit

  • Running the Capture mission on Mantle, Earth is a good way to farm Kubrow eggs. Using a fast moving Warframe (VoltIcon272 Volt, LokiIcon272 Loki, NovaIcon272 Nova), simply run around the map destroying dens (on average there are 2-4 Dens in a mission) until there are none, then capture the target and extract. Alternatively you can abort the mission if no eggs are found. Running solo is considered faster and an egg can usually be picked up in around 4-5 runs. This method normally takes around 30 minutes or less before getting an egg. Also, being a beginners mission, one doesn't have to worry about high level enemies.

MediaEdit

  • A player receiving a Kubrow Egg in the mission details.

Patch HistoryEdit

Update 23.10
  • Removed pickup limit on Kubrow Eggs!

Update 22.7

  • Fixed a loss of functionality when attempting to purchase a Kubrow Egg from Darvo.

Update 21.0

  • Special item pickups now display on the left side with emphasis rather than on the bottom resource bumper. You'll notice items like Kubrow Eggs
  • Kubrow Eggs are now shown in the Inventory screen under the 'Misc' Tab. and other special items picked up in game now have more pizazz!

Update: Specters of the Rail 2

  • Fixed players not being able to hatch a Kubrow egg.

Update 18.3

  • Kubrow Egg drop rate has been increased overall.
  • Kubrow Egg drop rate increased significantly when playing the Howl of the Kubrow Quest during the Egg hunting Mission.

Update 17.8

  • Due to an error in Kubrow egg type generation many players hunting for Chesa Kubrow have been unable to obtain the breed since the release of Chesa without purchasing the egg from the Market.
  • Fixed an error preventing the Chesa Kubrow from being a potential egg type on drop tables.

Hotfix 17.0.2

  • Fixed issue causing Kubrow Eggs not to appear in the UI after installing the Incubator upgrade.

Update 17.0

  • Chesa Kubrow: The Chesa Kubrow can now be incubated from Kubrow Eggs.
  • Egg incubation reduced by a day with Incubator Upgrade Module.

Update 15.0

  • Added Kubrow Eggs to Alert system.

Hotfix 14.5.2

  • Fixed an issue with Kubrow Eggs not appearing as purchased in the Market.

Hotfix 14.0.6

  • A new visual effect has been added when a Kubrow Egg is picked up.

Update 14.0

  • Introduced via 'Howl of the Kubrow' Quest.

Last updated: Hotfix 23.10.8

Start a Discussion Discussions about Kubrow Egg

  • Getting kurbow eggs.

    2 messages
    • What is the easiest way to get kurbow eggs.
    • E-Prime on Earth generally seems to be the best mission. Just make sure you take the time to seek out and destroy each Kubrow den.
  • buying kubrow egg.

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    • Congrats, you spend your plat on something you shouldn't
    • You need to be a long way though the Howl of the Kubrow quest before you can use your Kubrow eggs for anything - your one egg will show up in ...
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