The Stream Team: Doing Warframe’s The Second Dream story


She finally made it! Massively OP’s MJ has worked her way to one of the biggest story quests in Warframe, and she’s pretty excited to finally run it. Much will be revealed as she jumps into The Second Dream. Tune in live at 8:00 p.m. for a super spoiler-filled delve into the lore of…

What: Warframe
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 8:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, May 31st, 2019

The show is over now, but we’ve embedded it here just for you. Don’t forget to check out our past streams and videos collection, and stay tuned for our next show!
March 6, 2021
2:00pm EST: Valheim - MJ
March 8, 2021
8:00pm EST: Elder Scrolls Online - MJ
March 9, 2021
8:00pm EST: EverQuest II - MJ


No posts to display

newest oldest most liked
Subscribe to:
Kickstarter Donor

I find this game very confusing. I played ages ago, before the xpac, and got stuck after getting off the first planet – my choices were grind old missions or do missions that were super hard and I kept dying. I gave up.

Came back recently and I still have no idea what I’m supposed to do. The game doesn’t tell you anything and I spent most of my time on websites about how to play. You had that first initial quest and then…… nothing.

I know there is more because I see it in the quest list thing, and the game advertises all these events and features. But I have no clue how to get to them.

It’s an awful layout about how to play the game. Which is a shame because the combat is fun as heck.

Anton Mochalin

Well the short answer is yes you need to grind. In the beginning I’d grind to level my initial weapons and the frame a bit and get some mods and just get aquainted with the mods system. Even for most easy missions there are a variety of them – different mission types – get acquainted with them too – I could see which types I like – and there are missions with stronger enemies which I’d use as a testing ground for my build. I’d also check out blueprints on Market and see what I can build for my Mastery Rank.

The beauty of Warframe is that you have so many possible ways to progress and that’s what you get from the start – all those choices – and you can’t know which choices suit you before you try them. And remember each mission gives you something – at least some credits and materials and knowledge – so there are basically no bad choices. You could try and survive the harder missions as well – and you’d be rewarded for that too. Try waiting for other players when your mission is prepared so that a squad is auto-matched for you and harder missions will be easier.