The Stream Team: Thankful for headshots in Warframe

What is Massively OP’s MJ thankful for in Warframe? Headshots! No, really. Besides being thankful for the game itself, she is particularly thankful for the intense fun of skewering grineer to the wall with her bow. It’s especially satisfying — like a filling turkey dinner. So while you munch on some good food and pumpkin pie, she’s going to try out her new headshot-happy Vectis sniper rifle. Join us live at 12:00 p.m. for a special Thanksgiving Day edition of…

What: Warframe
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 12:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

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Nick

For stealth its my Ivara, Dread, and Dragon Nikana. If subtlety is not required: Mesa. Mesa: Not without Incident.

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sophiskiai

I am thankful for MJ’s singing! You should totally release a compilation album of your stream singing clips :)

The Vectis is pretty cool, but not quite cool enough to make me stop using my Sybaris <3
Not ideal for Spy missions though – every weapon has a "noise" stat, and while bows and throwing knives are silent the Vectis is alarmingly loud (unless you install a Hush mod on it), which I think might've been what set the alarms off in the first data vault. Even though it's the starting planet, I find the Earth spy missions some of the most annoying. For that second data vault, if you walk into the water channel in the middle and crouch you can creep under the scanner field.

You can buy the blueprint for the stealth pet in the market for credits, but (like the incubator for your space-puppy egg) some of the ingredients are hard to get until you reach Saturn.

Those little plants on Earth are automatically looted when you scan them, but aren't useful for much.

You can put down anything you're carrying with the "swap weapon" key, and there are two or three different ways to do that sabotage mission – the coolant core leaks icy coolant everywhere, the fuel core sets the whole ship on fire, and I think there's a way to use both of them and spawn magnetic anomalies all over the place!

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Denice J. Cook

I am downloading this on Steam right now! :) Thanks, MJ!

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