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Specializing in air attacks and mobility, Zephyr dominates from above.

This is Zephyr, light, yet deceivingly lethal.

Zephyr brings graceful destruction to the battlefield. Look up, Tenno.

Release Date: February 5th, 2014

Light-footed and graceful, the beautiful and deadly Zephyr is in her element while airborne. With the power to bend air currents, she is an agile skyterror who delivers swift judgement from above. Zephyr soared to the skies in Update 12.0.

Manufacturing Requirements
Credits64
25,000
Helmet
1
Chassis
1
Systems
1
OrokinCell64
1
Time: 72 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 50
Market Price: Platinum64 275 Blueprint Price: Credits64 35000
Neuroptics
Credits64
15,000
Circuits64
150
Oxium64
200
PolymerBundle64
200
Salvage64
500
Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 25
Chassis
Credits64
15,000
Oxium64
200
NanoSpores64
900
Rubedo64
50

Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 25
Systems
Credits64
15,000
ControlModule64
1
Oxium64
200
PolymerBundle64
500
Plastids64
400
Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 25
Tenno Lab Research
Blueprint • ClanAffinity641,500
Credits64
5,000
Oxium64
200
MutagenMass64
1
DetoniteInjector64
1
Fieldron64
1
Time: 72 hrs
Prereq: N/A
Neuroptics • ClanAffinity641,500
Credits64
10,000
DetoniteInjector64
1
NeuralSensor64
1
NanoSpores64
1,000
Oxium64
20
Time: 72 hrs
Prereq: Zephyr
Chassis • ClanAffinity641,500
Credits64
10,000
MutagenMass64
1
ControlModule64
1
Ferrite64
1,000
Oxium64
20
Time: 72 hrs
Prereq: Zephyr
Systems • ClanAffinity641,500
Credits64
10,000
Fieldron64
1
Morphics64
1
Salvage64
1,000
Oxium64
20
Time: 72 hrs
Prereq: Zephyr
LeaderBadgeGhostHolo x1   LeaderBadgeShadowHolo x3   LeaderBadgeStormHolo x10   LeaderBadgeMountainHolo x30   LeaderBadgeMoonHolo x100

Acquisition

Zephyr's blueprint can be purchased from the Tenno Research Lab interface in the Clan Dojo once it has been researched. It costs Credits6435,000 to replicate (purchase) the main blueprint and Credits6415,000 for each component blueprint for a total of Credits6480,000.

Warframe Guides

See Category:Zephyr Guides to read user-made guides on how to play this Warframe.

Notes

  • Zephyr has reduced friction against air and increased resistance to gravity.
    • Zephyr jumps higher and has longer hang time than other Warframes.
  • Due to a bug(?), a Zephyr playing as a client will have complete lateral air friction when not sliding, meaning that the player will completely stop moving laterally while in the air as long as a movement button is not held.

Trivia

  • Zephyr's name is derived from Zephyrus, one of the four most important Anemoi in Greek legend. Zephyrus holds domain over the west wind and flowers, and he also serves as a messenger for Aphrodite and Eros.
  • Zephyr was confirmed to be originated as a fan-made concept in Devstream 22 by user Volkovyi. Digital Extremes did not specify who followed up the idea, but it was mentioned as being conceptualized by the community.
    • Volkovyi was acknowledged as the one who inspired Zephyr by Grineeer (Scott) on twitter, explaining that his nickname simply escaped him during the Livestream.
    • In contrast to AshIcon272 Ash, Zephyr was originally portrayed as a male in the concept art rather than a female.
  • As mentioned by Scott and Steve on the Update 12 highlights, Zephyr is less affected by gravity than other frames making her descents slower and being able to jump higher than other frames. This can be attributed to the Oxium used in her manufacture. This technically makes Zephyr the first Warframe to have a Passive Attribute.
    • However, this characteristic is still slightly buggy.
  • Zephyr is the first Warframe entirely released as a Clan lab project, which makes getting her components much easier.
  • The moving pieces on her helmet may move around in the Codex, instead of being perfectly still. This is a bug or clipping issue.
    • This is due to realtime physics still being active in static dioramas. Other physics-enabled elements such as syandanas are affected in other dioramas.
  • Zephyr was originally named Tengu during development.
    • This has now become the name of one of her helmets.

See Also

  • Happy Zephyr, a tribute to the now-removed app game, Flappy Bird.

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