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  • The title says it all, or should I say ask it all? idfk

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    • Depends on how many you need and how much time you have.

      If I need more than 2, taking endless Void to rotation C (your choice of mission) is generally my preferred way to go. It's RNG but more likely than not to pick up enough. 15-20 minutes of play, easier if squad does not bail on you early.

      If I need 1 or 2, it's about speed. Void Exterminate or Capture and break containers on the way. Keep an eye out for the special Argon drop. On average get 2 every 3 missions, sometimes luck out and get 3 in one mission. Takes about 2 minutes to run it, so less than 10 minutes to be reasonably guaranteed to have all I need.

      I always do the T1 branch if I can. More people PUG it, and I generally don't want a challenge if all I am after is a measly Argon crystal.

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    • dude wtf, there no T1 or T2 anymore, tf  u talking about? But yeah thx for the info

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    • T1 is what most players call the "easy" branch of the void. There are 4 separate branches and their difficulty levels all correspond directly to what the T1-T4 difficulties used to be (together with the T4 damage bonus). It's better than calling it "Phobos branch" or "Europa branch" because most players know what you're talking about.

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    • Well, since Senda, Neptunre etc... is written, it's not better to call it like that, because there's more and more people who don't know what T1 and others are.

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    • Hahahaaa

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    • No. It's better to call it T1 and for new players to learn.

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    • So where exactly like what planet I should do for an argon Crystal I just need 2 for my trinity prime chassis

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    • Like what planet to do for those captures

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    • void

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    • We sould call them Lith, Meso, Neo and Axi as these where the things that replaced T1-4 keys.  But it's really easier to call them T1-4 as it gives a picture about difficulty.  

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    • except its meaningless for newer players and it makes no sense to have them "learn' something that isnt in the game anymore.

      T1 = phobos junction arm : teshub, hepit, taranis. 

      T2 = europa junction arm: tiwaz, stribog ani

      T3 = neptune junction line

      T4 = sedna junction line

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    • I disagree.

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    • Im lost, sorry new player

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    • Made your point.

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    • It's kind of intuitive what T1 means though. Most people understand what tiers are as a general thing and that higher tiwers equal higher difficulty so if you say T1 Void its easy to infer that its easy void lol

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    • 2601:881:200:CAF7:D8FF:864B:D662:ADE4 wrote:
      It's kind of intuitive what T1 means though. Most people understand what tiers are as a general thing and that higher tiwers equal higher difficulty so if you say T1 Void its easy to infer that its easy void lol

      Thing is, that it is not intuitive wehre T1 ends and T2 starts.

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    • The guy answering is correct. If u are new i learn the ways. I never played when it was called t1. However vast gaming experience instantly lets u know. No one had to explain it me. I didnt have to ask. When in Rome.

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    • It was way more dumb to have to have a conversation about that than what was really the source of the question. I just asked my dog marley. It rook her a couple seconda but she figured it out before assumimg she was right after she was the one in need of the info.

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    • I always like to run the 20-25 Void Survival. It's pretty easy and I usually get around 4-5 argon crysals a run (Without boosters.) as excalibur.A smeeta kavat can help increase that with one of it's charm effects or just run with a vaccum sentinel. Any Warframe can be good but i'm pretty sure you can find a dedicated squad in the requirment chat with a desecrate nekros and pilfering hydroid.

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    • just go to teshub I got 4 in one run once

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    • So which planet and mission works best for newer people? Simple question. No more of this T-1,4 BS

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    • 2601:19C:8100:13D0:A0A2:2EB:7B8:B468 wrote:
      except its meaningless for newer players and it makes no sense to have them "learn' something that isnt in the game anymore.

      T1 = phobos junction arm : teshub, hepit, taranis. 

      T2 = europa junction arm: tiwaz, stribog ani

      T3 = neptune junction line

      T4 = sedna junction line

      T1-4 has always been related to the void though.

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    • 95.166.17.12 wrote:
      2601:19C:8100:13D0:A0A2:2EB:7B8:B468 wrote:
      except its meaningless for newer players and it makes no sense to have them "learn' something that isnt in the game anymore.

      T1 = phobos junction arm : teshub, hepit, taranis. 

      T2 = europa junction arm: tiwaz, stribog ani

      T3 = neptune junction line

      T4 = sedna junction line

      T1-4 has always been related to the void though.

      and even though its gone, its still not smart to take the name it had, and give it to something else

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    • my god its not that hard, just go to void, pick defense/survival mission, and u get argon through them

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    • Which defence mission though? as a new player im confused , like youyou guys  turned a simple qution into a confusing conversatiob

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    • i usualy go to Teshub exterminate

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    • You old dogs need to learn new tricks. You sound like elderly people that can't let go of how the world used to work. I respect the veterans, as I am one, but Warframe is growing, and I think we should be more term friendly towards the new players. That way we can all have fun playing.

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    • I think that T1-4 is a good sort of numbering system as its quick, so if you're setting up a game or group and want to go into the void, you can all say "T1?" "Yeah, sure, T1". But for newer players, the Void should just be known as the Void. I've never used the branch numbering system, just what the mission is. However, for newer players, there should be something saying, for instance:

      "This is the Void. (Insert lore paragraph). It is split up into four branches, and these four branches are accessible from four different planet's. Currently, we only have one route to the Void, after you reached Phobos. This is where the Corrupted soldiers are weakest/easier to battle. As you encounter other branches, they will get harder and won't run away. Good luck, Tenno."

      Or something.

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    • 207.255.62.249 wrote:
      You old dogs need to learn new tricks. You sound like elderly people that can't let go of how the world used to work. I respect the veterans, as I am one, but Warframe is growing, and I think we should be more term friendly towards the new players. That way we can all have fun playing.

      first, as was stated, T1-T4 is pretty explanitory, if you've ever played any game with multiple difficulty tiers, even if you haven't its not hard to understand. second, how do you think these "old dogs" learned it in the first place? just cause you don't like their explanation and/or terminology means they have to re-think, re-word their explaination? "I never played when it was called t1. However vast gaming experience instantly lets u know. No one had to explain it me. I didnt have to ask. When in Rome." <---i too did not play when it was called T1, however,  i played world of warcraft for over 12 years, once something got labeled, it stuck for most everyone, past, present, future. if you wanna come up with better terminology go right ahead. don't put down the "old dogs" for having terms to use when you have nothing to offer as an alternative. 



      P.S. Thank you for your service.

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    • Iv done Teshub 5 times and have not got a single Argon Crystal....

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    • But my god.. on the 6th try I found one in one of those little rooms

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    • Played Ani with people and got 6 crystals, two hydroids and a load of tentacles.

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    • teshub is the way to go.

      just break all container and open all locker.

      if u are lucky u will only get 1 per run.

      if u are unlucky like me, u can get up to 12.

      average is 2-4.

      around 12mins/run

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    • A Lone Tenno
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