The Stream Team: Old Mc Warframe had some goals

    
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Goals. Massively OP’s MJ has them in Warframe. Acres of them! And just because she isn’t always actively tending to them doesn’t mean she isn’t still working on them. In fact, sometimes her wandering around doing seemingly unrelated tasks in reality turns out to bring a step closer to her goals. Tune in live at 9:00 p.m. as MJ meanders about doing a little mission here and a little mission there, here a mission, there a mission…

What: Warframe
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 9:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, September 14th, 2018

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Spy missions, especially when unfamiliar, not a great solo option with a relic loaded.

I’m half way through the video, you’re about to bring in some help. What i really notice now is you play exactly the way i was playing not so long ago, The Explorer!

I’m cracking every barrel, opening every container, and i’m thinking you people are nuts for passing up on all this free shiny loot, and would solo more often because of that. They don’t find any Cephalon Fragments, Frame Fighters, Kuria… and forget trying to tag a Synth target; obliterated within seconds.

I wasn’t thinking about it until i watched this vid and yea i pass on all that now, like it wasn’t even there. I get fragments, FF’s, Kuria but is left to if anyone happens across one, peeps usually tag it, g-key .

What happens is you run everything so often, it gets done, but i’ll still solo every so often and just do some good old exploring.

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Video isn’t working, if i go to twitch i can find it.

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If you go to the Cephalon Simaris room on a relay, there’s a place you can practice Mastery tests before taking them. That’d also be a good time to check out the Strata relay that’s just been rebuilt in Earth orbit and has some great decor :)

There’s a mod called Intruder that drops from Corrupted enemies (found in the Void and on Void Fissure missions) which makes hacking consoles easier.

Since people were talking/asking about flamethrowers and whips and chainsaws…

Ignis is a primary weapon flamethrower that requires Mastery rank 5.

Atomos is a wrist-mounted secondary weapon flamethrower that also requires Mastery rank 5.

The Atterax whip is a set of garbage disposal blades mounted on an extendable power cord, Mastery rank 2.

The Lecta is a laser whip that deals electricity damage, Mastery rank 0.

The Scoliac is a whip made of organic Infested material, Mastery rank 6.

Ripkas are dual-wielded fist-mounted chainsaws, Mastery rank 2.

The blueprints for the Ignis and Scoliac are unlocked by clan research, the blueprints for the rest can be bought on the market.

There are lots of other cool weapons in the game too, like the Miter and Panthera guns which shoot spinning circular saw blades, the Simulor gun which launches tiny gravitational anomalies that can either explode or implode, and my current favourite the Amprex (Mastery rank 10, unlocked by clan research) – a gun which shoots chain lightning!

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You are right, but i want to give a very small correction. Atomos is not a flamethrower, it’s a beam weapon and the best part from that it’s that it shares the same mechanic as the Amprex, it chains from one enemy to another (you can also target a corpse and it will chain to near enemies btw). Both are crit/status hybrid weapons viable for most content in the game.

Closest thing you have to a flamethrower in secondaries currently is Embolist, but it shoots poison instead of fire, which is nice since it can be build for pure corrosive and can be used to armor strip, not to mention it has an augment.

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Thx, definitely going to check out that Atomos.

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Ignis is like, well… not playing /jk, I do use it on my Rhino. Thanks for all the wep suggestions, going to check them out, of your mentions the only ones I’ve used are the Ignis and Lecta.