If you ever want any help in hte game, feel free to ask me.
I may not be a pro player, but I love to offer what help I can. The game doesn't explain itself well, so as you may have seen, there is a need of advice from other players to know hte game. You are not the only one to have complained in such a way.
I'm not someone easy to contact in the game, due to how irregular my game time is. Rather, it is more convinient for me to answer here than in game.
I offered myself to offer any words of advice, not as an in-game buddy, but as someone to ask questions before asking them in the community. Hopefully this doesn't come off as being selfish with my time.
Not at all, well my only problem in warframe would have to be well you may have already know bye now due to my arrogant ways that I lack in credits.
I tried looting chests and lockers for credits yet they only offer very small amounts of credits usually around 60, 90 up to 100 some if I'm really lucky, but aside from that it has been awhile since I have typed correctly since graduating high school a couple of months back.
Yeah, lockers and crates/chest are not really reliable. Yes over time, you'll accumulate a good patch of creds, but don't seek them as your ultimate source of them. If I had to be honest, Dark Sector Defense missions tend to be on the easier side of getting creds due to being infested enemies (if you like melee + slash); of course, as long as the clan holding that rail there isn't taxing too much. My choice for this is Seimeni on Ceres, which boasts a base of 20k creds (whether you go 5 rounds or 20, you'll get about 20k; if you want creds, just do 5 rounds only over and over), along with one of the best bonuses for Dark Sector. The clan that usually holds this rail, which I believe was called Lord of the East, places one of the lowest cred taxes on this rail (19%) compared to others they hold (25~40%). This is where I collect most of my creds.
Derelicts are also good for creds, along with VoidCapture, the later being a pain in the ass if you don't like capture missions. And just look around the wiki; this wiki has itself set straight and offers advice both in the articles and in some of the threads. Many have asked the same question you posed so you can check old ones and hope to find something that'll fit your agenda.
Don't worry about grammar and spelling. As long as your thoughts are told in an understandable way, I wouldn't care too much as long as you don't ramble gibberish. I can understand you and that is what counts. I rather have some one who mispels and is a bit tempered than someone who is a preteen gamer with immaturity issues.