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==Notes==
 
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*The increase is applied to the base (rank 0) health of the Warframe, before health from [[Warframes#Leveling Up|leveling]] is taken into account.
 
*The increase is applied to the base (rank 0) health of the Warframe, before health from [[Warframes#Leveling Up|leveling]] is taken into account.
**Please note that the prime version of this mod coming with the update of the war within will not be able to be used with inaros and rhino(Prime)
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**Example: the base Health of a rank 0 Frost Warframe is 100. Once at rank 30, the Warframe will have total health of 300, but will only gain 40 health from a standard Vitality mod since its base health is 100. The final result for a rank 30 Frost with a rank 0 Vitality mod will be: {{MathText|(100) + (100 {{mul}} 40% {{eql}} 40) + (100 {{mul}} 200% {{eql}} 200) {{eql}} 340 health}}
   
 
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==Gallery==

Revision as of 10:03, November 15, 2016

Vitality increases the Maximum Health of a Warframe.

Stats

Rank Effect Cost Conclave
0 +40% 2 C5
1 +80% 3 C5
2 +120% 4 C6
3 +160% 5 C6
4 +200% 6 C7
5 +240% 7 C7
6 +280% 8 C8
7 +320% 9 C8
8 +360% 10 C9
9 +400% 11 C9
10 +440% 12 C10
Health totals for Unranked and Rank 30 Warframes
Base 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
75 (225) 105 (255) 135 (285) 165 (315) 195 (345) 225 (375) 255 (405) 285 (435) 315 (465) 345 (495) 375 (525) 405 (555)
80 (240) 112 (272) 144 (304) 176 (336) 208 (368) 240 (400) 272 (432) 304 (464) 336 (496) 368 (528) 400 (560) 432 (592)
100 (300) 140 (340) 180 (380) 220 (420) 260 (460) 300 (500) 340 (540) 380 (580) 420 (620) 460 (660) 500 (700) 540 (740)
125 (375) 175 (425) 225 (475) 275 (525) 325 (575) 375 (625) 425 (675) 475 (725) 525 (775) 575 (825) 625 (875) 675 (925)
150 (450) 210 (510) 270 (570) 330 (630) 390 (690) 450 (750) 510 (810) 570 (870) 630 (930) 690 (990) 750 (1050) 810 (1110)
550 (2200) 770 (2420) 990 (2640) 1210 (2860) 1430 (3080) 1650 (3300) 1870 (3520) 2090 (3740) 2310 (3960) 2530 (4180) 2750 (4400) 2970 (4620)

Tips

  • Using this mod is recommended if one wishes to withstand significant damage from Slash and Toxin effects.
  • This synergizes best with Steel Fiber along with a Warframe of more than 125 Base Health or with a Warframe with a high armor rating, such as Valkyr.
  • Vitality is the one of the most common mods to ever drop in the game. Stockpiling such will be a decent alternative in leveling Vazarin Pol mods instead of using Fusion Cores or as a source of income. The duplicates can also be used to level up Vitality in case of insufficient quantities of Fusion Cores available, though doing so can be credit-expensive.

Notes

  • The increase is applied to the base (rank 0) health of the Warframe, before health from leveling is taken into account.
    • Example: the base Health of a rank 0 Frost Warframe is 100. Once at rank 30, the Warframe will have total health of 300, but will only gain 40 health from a standard Vitality mod since its base health is 100. The final result for a rank 30 Frost with a rank 0 Vitality mod will be: (100) + (100 × 40% = 40) + (100 × 200% = 200) = 340 health

Gallery

Patch History

See also

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