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14th Sep '17 1:59:54 AM Tank50us
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** I think this might have something to do with what the Tenno are based on: Ninjas and Samurai. While Ninjas obviously didn't use multiple swords (if they carried any, they only carried one), the Samurai would often carry two swords into combat. Now, if both swords were out, the longer one would be in the more dominate hand, but not always. Each Samurai honed and perfected his own fighting style from the moment he could pick up the sword, and there were likely some that switched the swords in combat. Some would even switch hands on the fly if required. As for the Tenno defaulting to that 'alternate' style... well... maybe one of the animators [[RuleOfCool thought it looked cooler?]]
1st Sep '17 11:09:56 AM Ryujin1337
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* Why does the longer blade go in the off-hand and the shorter blade in the main hand, when single sword go in the main hand by default!?

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* Why does the longer blade go in the off-hand and the shorter blade in the main hand, when single sword swords go in the main hand by default!?
1st Sep '17 11:09:21 AM Ryujin1337
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I just don't understand!

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I just don't understand!
1st Sep '17 11:08:16 AM Ryujin1337
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*Why does the longer blade go in the off-hand and the shorter blade in the main hand, when single sword go in the main hand by default!?
I just don't understand!
3rd Aug '17 12:04:28 AM PyrosNine
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*** As everything about the Grineer is about decay over time, and their version of English is heavily distorted and accented "Geck klem!" Grineer likely was short for "Engineer" or even "Gunner" but their word for themselves has decayed into Grineer.
13th Jun '17 11:36:35 PM Lambda77
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** Perhaps the Foundry has some kind of specialized component that's required for the production of those blueprints and consumes the Argons in some other way, like a super-precise laser that uses the crystals as lenses, or a Void Resonance Infuser that extracts all the Void residue from the crystals, or a ...thing.
28th Mar '17 1:36:53 PM MrPoly
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** Argon is inert, so it can't be used as a reactant.

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** Argon is inert, so it can't be used as a reactant.reactant.

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4th Mar '17 10:45:00 PM SoullessRaptor
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*** Perhaps it doesn't have a combat-spec HUD, instead having simple diagnostic tools or similar.
6th Feb '17 3:33:10 PM Sibericus
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*It makes sense that argon crystals decay, but how are they used in components?
**The crystals can't be a permanent part of the end product. The decay prevents that.
**Argon is inert, so it can't be used as a reactant.
3rd Feb '17 5:43:12 PM angelothewizard
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** Remember that every weapon of the same class uses the same ammo drops, so it might have something to do with UniversalAmmo shenanigans. It's also entirely possible that some of the guns are like Mass Effect's guns, and you're swapping out blocks of metal that the guns fire. Hell, for the Hek, I wouldn't be surprised if you're literally just firing raw chunks of Ferrite.
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