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5th Aug '17 9:23:00 PM maximsk
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* For added heartwarming value, only one of the children is pretending to be a Tenno. The rest are pretending to be Grineer, and having a lot of fun 'dying' theatrically from the Tenno's attack. Not a lot of children are good enough sports to make-believe they're another hero's disposable enemies. Those are some good kids.

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* ** For added heartwarming value, only one of the children is pretending to be a Tenno. The rest are pretending to be Grineer, and having a lot of fun 'dying' theatrically from the Tenno's attack. Not a lot of children are good enough sports to make-believe they're another hero's disposable enemies. Those are some good kids.
5th Aug '17 9:22:49 PM maximsk
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* The Plains of Eidolon preview at Tennocon shows a group of children in a colony playing with masks and fake weapons, one with a Volt mask and the others with Grineer masks, and one can't help go 'Awww' at the scene. It also shows that the Tenno are revered like superheroes by the colonies they protect, and not at all feared like some would assume.

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* The Plains of Eidolon preview at Tennocon shows a group of children in a colony playing with masks and fake weapons, one with a Volt mask and the others with Grineer masks, and one can't help go 'Awww' at the scene. It also shows that the Tenno are revered like superheroes by the colonies they protect, and not at all feared like some would assume.assume.
* For added heartwarming value, only one of the children is pretending to be a Tenno. The rest are pretending to be Grineer, and having a lot of fun 'dying' theatrically from the Tenno's attack. Not a lot of children are good enough sports to make-believe they're another hero's disposable enemies. Those are some good kids.
10th Jul '17 9:31:11 AM PilotSolaris
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* Putting yourself in danger to save a downed teammate can easily be this in the right situation, or the flip side of this, seeing someone running to save you. In public matches, with people from all walks of life being able to play, people tend to KillSteal a lot, and run through objectives as quick as possible. These people have probably no reason to help you as it will just slow them down, but that clearly doesn't matter to them as going in full force is more important to them than just breezing through the mission.

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* Putting yourself in danger to save a downed teammate can easily be this in the right situation, or the flip side of this, seeing someone running to save you. In public matches, with people from all walks of life being able to play, people tend to KillSteal a lot, lot and run through objectives as quick quickly as possible. These people have probably no reason to help you as it will just slow them down, but that clearly doesn't matter to them as going in full force is more important to them than just breezing through the mission.



* In the updated prologue, Lotus pulling out all of the stops to make sure you get off Earth alive. "I can't lose another one" indeed.

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* In the updated prologue, the Lotus pulling out all of the stops to make sure you get off Earth alive. "I can't lose another one" indeed.



* The last moments of [[WhamEpisode The Second Dream]] quest in Update 18 feature [[spoiler: The Lotus herself arriving to save your Tenno - who, by the looks of it, is [[ChildSoldiers no older than 15]] [[Really700YearsOld even if they have lived in stasis for centuries]] - from the Stalker, comforting them and asking them to stay strong. Even with a network of soldiers spanning the system, and knowing she could be followed by assassins, she still came in person to rescue you.]]

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* The last moments of [[WhamEpisode The Second Dream]] quest in Update 18 feature [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Lotus herself arriving to save your Tenno - who, by the looks of it, is [[ChildSoldiers no older than 15]] [[Really700YearsOld even if they have lived in stasis for centuries]] - from the Stalker, comforting them and asking them to stay strong. Even with a network of soldiers spanning the system, and knowing she could be followed by assassins, she still came in person to rescue you.]]



** The battle right before that is rather ambiguous, but it's heartwarming either way: [[spoiler:after Stalker severs the link between Operator and Warframe, shoves the War sword in the 'frame's chest for good measure, and starts choking the life out of the child, your 'frame [[HeroicWillpower sits back up and tears War in half with the last of its strength]], defeating Hunhow and forcing Stalker to flee. Some think Lotus herself controlled your 'frame, others think the 'frame itself is self-aware, but either way it's touching to think they gave their all to save you.]]

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** * The battle right before that The Second Dream's finale is rather ambiguous, but it's heartwarming either way: [[spoiler:after Stalker severs the link between Operator and Warframe, shoves the War sword in the 'frame's chest for good measure, and starts choking the life out of the child, your 'frame [[HeroicWillpower sits back up and tears War in half with the last of its strength]], defeating Hunhow and forcing Stalker to flee. Some think that the Lotus herself controlled your 'frame, others think the 'frame itself is self-aware, but either way it's touching to think they gave their all to save you.]]



* The history of Inaros. [[spoiler:The Orokin kidnapped children from primitive Phobos colonists. Inaros was pissed at this, and slaughtered the Orokin (possibly at the same time the rest of the Tenno were doing much the same). He appointed himself as king of the Sand People, not as a tyrant but as their benevolent Protector, and they were all too happy to worship him in return. According to the legend, he defended them for ''years''. One day the Infested came... but Inaros didn't defend them this time -- presumably he was caught up in the whole "Lotus sent all the Tenno to cryosleep" thing. That is, until the last possible moment, when Inaros, against all odds and the Lotus's wishes, arrived and tore into the horde, saving the last few families and banishing the last traces of the Infested from the moon for centuries. Inaros's shattered warframe was found in the desert later, and the surviving Sand People gave him the most proper of burials they could in gratitude.]] As the player is learning this, they're also learning that the narrator [[spoiler:is Baro Ki'Teer's mother. The Grineer killed his parents, and he's repressed the memories to the point that he loathes Phobos and the dead Sand People. That is, until he hears the voice of his mother. At first he begs for the voice to stop, but two missions later [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas he's begging the voice to keep talking]].]] Baro is torn up about Inaros not coming to his rescue no matter how much he prayed. At the end of the quest, he tells the player that he understands why Inaros didn't come to save his mother, but that he's confident that now, Inaros will come to save many others.

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* The history of Inaros. [[spoiler:The Orokin kidnapped children from primitive Phobos Phobos[[note]]now Mars[[/note]] colonists. Inaros was pissed at this, and slaughtered the Orokin (possibly at the same time the rest of the Tenno were doing much the same). He appointed himself as king of the Sand People, not as a tyrant but as their benevolent Protector, and they were all too happy to worship him in return. According to the legend, he defended them for ''years''. One day the Infested came... came, but Inaros didn't defend them this time -- - presumably he was caught up in the whole "Lotus "The Lotus sent all the Tenno to cryosleep" thing. That is, until the last possible moment, when Inaros, against all odds and the Lotus's Lotus' wishes, arrived and tore into the horde, saving the last few families and banishing the last traces of the Infested from the moon for centuries. Inaros's shattered warframe Warframe was found in the desert later, and the surviving Sand People gave him the most proper of burials they could in gratitude.]] As the player is learning this, they're also learning that the narrator [[spoiler:is Baro Ki'Teer's mother. The Grineer killed his parents, and he's repressed the memories to the point that he loathes Phobos and the dead Sand People. That is, until he hears the voice of his mother. At first he begs for the voice to stop, but two missions later [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas he's begging the voice to keep talking]].]] Baro is torn up about Inaros not coming to his rescue no matter how much he prayed. At the end of the quest, he tells the player that he understands why Inaros didn't come to save his mother, but that he's confident that now, Inaros will come to save many others.
10th Jul '17 9:25:16 AM PilotSolaris
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* Evacuating a mission invaded by the Grustrag Three results in the Lotus saying 'The mission was aborted, but you are safe, and that means we won today.' Well, unless she's just worried about losing a valuable resource. Hard to tell really, it's that sort of game.
** If the players manage to defeat them, she ''scolds'' them for disobeying her--[[AngerBornOfWorry and putting themselves in danger.]] At the end of the mission, she says she is just happy they're all safe.
** The concern in her voice as she tells the players to run away is equal parts Heartwarming and utter NightmareFuel because ''what could possibly scare the [[MissionControl Lotus?]]''
** If you get captured by the G3, but your team stays to help you instead of getting out of there (when the one that captured you gets killed, you are freed from the cage). Many thankful messages ensue.
** This all makes sense with the updated prologue missions - Vor even outright says he's trying to 'steal [the Tenno] from their mother's [Lotus] embrace'. [[AFatherToHisMen Perhaps she cares]] [[TeamMom deeply for them]].
*** The Natah quest confirms this in an almost [[TearJerker tear-jerking]] fashion: [[spoiler:Lotus is a Sentient agent sent through the barrier to carry out a mission, the last stage of which was to destroy the Tenno. Rendered sterile by the transition but wanting children of her own, she instead defied her orders and sent the Tenno into "the second dream", adopting them as her own. Far beyond merely being [[AFatherToHisMen a Mother to Her Tenno]], she literally sees the Tenno as her children.]] You may doubt her intention, but do not question that Lotus loves you.
* Putting yourself in danger to save a downed teammate can easily be this in the right situation.
** Or the flip side of this, seeing someone running to save you.
*** To elaborate, in public matches, with people from all walks of life being able to play, people tend to KillSteal alot,and run through objectives as quick as possible. In effect, these people have probably no reason to help you as it will just slow them down. But that doesn't matter apparently, as going in full force to them is clearly more important then just breezing through the mission.

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* Evacuating a mission invaded by the Grustrag Three results in the Lotus saying 'The mission was aborted, but you are safe, and that means we won today.' Well, unless she's just worried about losing a valuable resource. Hard to tell really, it's that sort of game.
**
game. If the players manage to defeat them, she ''scolds'' them for disobeying her--[[AngerBornOfWorry her - [[AngerBornOfWorry and putting themselves in danger.]] At the end of the mission, she says she is just happy they're all safe.
**
safe. The concern in her voice as she tells the players to run away is equal parts Heartwarming and utter NightmareFuel because ''what could possibly scare the [[MissionControl Lotus?]]''
** * If you get captured by the G3, [=G3=] but your team stays to help you instead of getting out of there (when the one that captured you gets killed, you are freed from the cage). Many cage), many thankful messages ensue.
** This all makes sense with the * The updated prologue missions make the Lotus' motherly concern for the Tenno even more clear - Vor even outright says he's trying to 'steal [the Tenno] from their mother's [Lotus] embrace'. [[AFatherToHisMen Perhaps Indeed, she cares]] [[TeamMom deeply for them]].
*** The
them]], which is further supported by the Natah quest confirms this in an almost [[TearJerker tear-jerking]] fashion: [[spoiler:Lotus [[spoiler:The Lotus is a Sentient agent sent through the barrier to carry out a mission, the last stage of which was to destroy the Tenno. Rendered sterile by the transition but wanting children of her own, she instead defied her orders and sent the Tenno into "the second dream", adopting them as her own. Far beyond merely being [[AFatherToHisMen a Mother to Her Tenno]], she literally sees the Tenno as her children.]] You may doubt her intention, but do not question that the Lotus loves you.
* Putting yourself in danger to save a downed teammate can easily be this in the right situation.
** Or
situation, or the flip side of this, seeing someone running to save you.
*** To elaborate, in
you. In public matches, with people from all walks of life being able to play, people tend to KillSteal alot,and a lot, and run through objectives as quick as possible. In effect, these These people have probably no reason to help you as it will just slow them down. But down, but that clearly doesn't matter apparently, to them as going in full force to them is clearly more important then to them than just breezing through the mission.



** Not just that, we also have Ordis. Though he expresses distaste at the thought of the mess the Kubrows would make, it starts to warm up to them significantly, [[{{Tsundere}} not that]] [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial it would ever say so]]. In the end, it asks you make sure to take care of them, a pretty big request considering any mess it makes is essentially pissing all over the inside of its body.

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** Not just that, we also have Ordis. Though he * While Ordis expresses distaste at the thought of the mess the Kubrows would make, it make throughout the Howl of the Kubrow quest, he starts to warm up to them significantly, significantly - [[{{Tsundere}} not that]] [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial it he would ever say so]]. In the end, it he asks you make sure to take care of them, a pretty big request considering any mess it makes is essentially pissing all over the inside of its his body.



* In the updated prologue, Lotus pulling all stops to make sure you get off Earth alive. "I can't lose another one" indeed.

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* In the updated prologue, Lotus pulling out all of the stops to make sure you get off Earth alive. "I can't lose another one" indeed.



** Steel Meridian, led by a Grineer defector, wants to protect small human colonies that are unable to stand for themselves.
*** It's pretty inspiring to see a [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Grineer]], of all people, totally casting off the whole genetic-superiority thing in favor of a firm and unrelenting creed to protect the innocent (especially since, being a [[CloningBlues clone]], the Steel Meridian leader could be suffering from the hereditary psychosis and degeneration). Reaching a high enough rank actually leads to her commenting ''"I was wrong about you. You're a hero to these people. And to me."''

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** Steel Meridian, led by a Grineer defector, wants to protect small human colonies that are unable to stand for themselves.
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themselves. It's pretty inspiring to see a [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Grineer]], of all people, totally casting off the whole genetic-superiority thing in favor of a firm and unrelenting creed to protect the innocent (especially since, being a [[CloningBlues clone]], the Steel Meridian leader could be suffering from the hereditary psychosis and degeneration). Reaching a high enough rank actually leads to her commenting ''"I was wrong about you. You're a hero to these people. And to me."''



** In Steel Meridian syndicate room, there is a former Grineer soldier who is working but occasionally glances at a potted plant. Eventually he goes straight to the greenery and pets a leaf with a small smile. It's heartwarming to know that the Grineer can care deeply for plant life, especially after the Cicero Crisis.

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** In the Steel Meridian syndicate room, there is a former Grineer soldier who is working but occasionally glances at a potted plant. Eventually he goes straight to the greenery and pets a leaf with a small smile. It's heartwarming to know that the Grineer can care deeply for plant life, especially after the Cicero Crisis.



* Ordis declaring that he is first and foremost the Operator's Cephalon during The New Strange quest.
** "I am Ordis, Ship Cephalon. I serve the Operator. I make new memories."
* Update 17 which contain major overhaul of movement system comes with [[http://i.imgur.com/1XAhy72.png this message]] from Digital Extreme.

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* Ordis declaring that he is first and foremost the Operator's Cephalon during The New Strange quest.
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quest, and by doing so, choosing to give up the opportunity of being a Warden for Cephalon Simaris' Data Sanctuary. Why? Because Simaris had endangered the Operator without a single ounce of concern, whereas Ordis wanted to keep his Operator safe.
-->'''Ordis:'''
"I am Ordis, Ship Cephalon. I serve the Operator. I make new memories."
* Update 17 17, which contain contained a major overhaul of the movement system comes system, came with [[http://i.imgur.com/1XAhy72.png this message]] from Digital Extreme.Extremes.



** The battle right before that is rather ambiguous, but it's heartwarming either way: [[spoiler:after Stalker severs the link between Operator and Warframe, and shoves the War sword in the 'frame's chest for good measure, and starts choking the life out of the child, your 'frame [[HeroicWillpower sits back up and with the last of its strength, tears War in half]], defeating Hunhow and forcing Stalker to flee. Some think Lotus herself controlled your 'frame, others think the 'frame itself is self-aware, but either way it's touching to think they gave their all to save you.]]
** [[spoiler: Margulis, an Orokin researcher, went against the law to try curing the children of their Void rampancy, even if it ends up getting her executed.]]
** Made even more heartwarming by the Lotus saying things only Teshin or [[spoiler: Margulis]] would know during the War Within [[spoiler: due to all records of the Zariman children being erased]], which confirms that [[spoiler: Margulis underwent Transference, and some of her essence remains in the Lotus]]. She is literally watching over you from a better place.
** It makes certain interactions heartwarming in hindsight, like the Halloween event culminating in essentially [[spoiler: an adopted mother comforting her child after a nightmare.]]
* The history of Inaros. [[spoiler:The Orokin kidnapped children from primitive Phobos colonists. Inaros was pissed at this, and slaughtered the Orokin (possibly at the same time the rest of the Tenno were doing much the same). He appointed himself as king of the Sand People, not as a tyrant but as their benevolent Protector, and they were all too happy to worship him in return. According to the legend, he defended them for ''years''. One day the Infested came... but Inaros didn't defend them this time -- presumably he was caught up in the whole "Lotus sent all the Tenno to cryosleep" thing. That is, until the last possible moment, when Inaros, against all odds and the Lotus's wishes, arrived and tore into the horde, saving the last few families and banishing the last traces of the Infested from the moon for centuries. Inaros's shattered warframe was found in the desert later, and the surviving Sand People gave him the most proper of burials they could in gratitude.]]
** As the player is learning this, they're also learning that the narrator [[spoiler:is Baro Ki'Teer's mother. The Grineer killed his parents, and he's repressed the memories to the point that he loathes Phobos and the dead Sand People. That is, until he hears the voice of his mother. At first he begs for the voice to stop, but two missions later [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas he's begging the voice to keep talking]].]]
*** Baro is torn up about Inaros not coming to his rescue no matter how much he prayed. At the end of the quest, he tells the player that he understands why Inaros didn't come to save his mother, but that he's confident that now, Inaros will come to save many others...

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** The battle right before that is rather ambiguous, but it's heartwarming either way: [[spoiler:after Stalker severs the link between Operator and Warframe, and shoves the War sword in the 'frame's chest for good measure, and starts choking the life out of the child, your 'frame [[HeroicWillpower sits back up and tears War in half with the last of its strength, tears War in half]], strength]], defeating Hunhow and forcing Stalker to flee. Some think Lotus herself controlled your 'frame, others think the 'frame itself is self-aware, but either way it's touching to think they gave their all to save you.]]
** * [[spoiler: Margulis, an Orokin researcher, went against the law to try curing the Zariman Ten-Zero children of their Void rampancy, even if it ends up getting her executed.]]
**
]] Made even more heartwarming by the Lotus saying things only Teshin or [[spoiler: Margulis]] would know during the War Within [[spoiler: due to all records of the Zariman children being erased]], which confirms that [[spoiler: Margulis underwent Transference, and some of her essence remains in the Lotus]]. She is literally watching over you from a better place.
**
place. It makes certain interactions heartwarming in hindsight, like the Halloween event culminating in essentially [[spoiler: an adopted mother comforting her child after a nightmare.]]
* The history of Inaros. [[spoiler:The Orokin kidnapped children from primitive Phobos colonists. Inaros was pissed at this, and slaughtered the Orokin (possibly at the same time the rest of the Tenno were doing much the same). He appointed himself as king of the Sand People, not as a tyrant but as their benevolent Protector, and they were all too happy to worship him in return. According to the legend, he defended them for ''years''. One day the Infested came... but Inaros didn't defend them this time -- presumably he was caught up in the whole "Lotus sent all the Tenno to cryosleep" thing. That is, until the last possible moment, when Inaros, against all odds and the Lotus's wishes, arrived and tore into the horde, saving the last few families and banishing the last traces of the Infested from the moon for centuries. Inaros's shattered warframe was found in the desert later, and the surviving Sand People gave him the most proper of burials they could in gratitude.]]
**
]] As the player is learning this, they're also learning that the narrator [[spoiler:is Baro Ki'Teer's mother. The Grineer killed his parents, and he's repressed the memories to the point that he loathes Phobos and the dead Sand People. That is, until he hears the voice of his mother. At first he begs for the voice to stop, but two missions later [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas he's begging the voice to keep talking]].]]
***
]] Baro is torn up about Inaros not coming to his rescue no matter how much he prayed. At the end of the quest, he tells the player that he understands why Inaros didn't come to save his mother, but that he's confident that now, Inaros will come to save many others...others.



** The letter you recieve from him after the quest is finished can also be rather touching, as it gives a little insight into what's on his mind, the burden he has to carry and his appreciation after you made this burden a little bit easier.
* During ''The Glast Gambit'' quest, we get to see that the Perrin's Sequence leader, Ergo Glast, is probably the most sincerely compassionate character in the game. His concern over the lives of kidnapped colonists is clearly genuine, and the distances he is willing to go to save their lives, up to and including [[spoiler: betting and losing his whole fortune over the life of one child]] show that his words about putting lives of people over the profit is not an empty sound. And even if you disagree with him the final point of the quest, you can't deny that the respect with which he treats the people of Mycona and their ways is nothing but admirable.
* The Tennobaum Event, from Dec. 14, 2016, to Jan. 4, 2017, DE Counts how many Presents Tenno's have given each other, and with Each Milestone they increase their donation to the Boys and Girls Club of London, but also give every tenno an in-game bonus, already in the first few days. over 50.000 Presents were given to fellow tenno, and some Tenno already gave over 1000 Presents away by themselves.
** The forums also made an thread called the "Tennobaum Wishlist Exchange" where players can enter a small wishlist what they would like to get from their fellow Tenno. and as it turns out, many wishes are being fulfilled.
* The Plains of Eidolon preview at Tennocon shows a group of children in a colony playing with masks and fake weapons, one with a Volt mask and the others with Grineer masks, one can't help go 'Awww' at the scene. It also shows that Tennos are revered like superheroes by the colonies they protect, and not at all feared like some would assume.

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** * The letter you recieve receive from him Teshin after the quest The War Within is finished can also be rather touching, as it gives a little insight into what's on his mind, the burden he has to carry carry, and his appreciation for you after you made this burden a little bit easier.
* During ''The Glast Gambit'' quest, we get to see that the Perrin's Sequence Perrin Sequence's leader, Ergo Glast, is probably the most sincerely compassionate character in the game. His concern over the lives of kidnapped colonists is clearly genuine, and the distances he is willing to go to save their lives, up to and including [[spoiler: betting and losing his whole fortune over the life of one child]] show that his words about putting lives of people over the profit is not an empty sound. And even if you disagree with him the final point of the quest, you can't deny that the respect with which he treats the people of Mycona and their ways is nothing but admirable.
* The Tennobaum Event, from Event. From Dec. 14, 2016, to Jan. 4, 2017, DE Counts counted how many Presents Tenno's have given presents Tenno gave each other, and with Each Milestone each milestone the Tenno reached they increase increased their donation to the Boys and Girls Club of London, but London; while also give every tenno giving players an in-game bonus, already in bonus. In the first few days. days alone over 50.000 Presents 50,000 presents were given to fellow tenno, Tenno, and some Tenno already gave over 1000 Presents more than 1,000 presents away by themselves.
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themselves. The forums also made an a thread called the "Tennobaum Wishlist Exchange" where players can enter a small wishlist of what they would like to get from their fellow Tenno. Tenno, and as it turns turned out, many wishes are being were fulfilled.
* The Plains of Eidolon preview at Tennocon shows a group of children in a colony playing with masks and fake weapons, one with a Volt mask and the others with Grineer masks, and one can't help go 'Awww' at the scene. It also shows that Tennos the Tenno are revered like superheroes by the colonies they protect, and not at all feared like some would assume.
9th Jul '17 4:23:29 AM Makir
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** The forums also made an thread called the "Tennobaum Wishlist Exchange" where players can enter a small wishlist what they would like to get from their fellow Tenno. and as it turns out, many wishes are being fulfilled.

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** The forums also made an thread called the "Tennobaum Wishlist Exchange" where players can enter a small wishlist what they would like to get from their fellow Tenno. and as it turns out, many wishes are being fulfilled.fulfilled.
*The Plains of Eidolon preview at Tennocon shows a group of children in a colony playing with masks and fake weapons, one with a Volt mask and the others with Grineer masks, one can't help go 'Awww' at the scene. It also shows that Tennos are revered like superheroes by the colonies they protect, and not at all feared like some would assume.
28th Feb '17 7:12:35 PM PilotSolaris
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-->[[spoiler:'''Teshin:''' Tenno, '''no!''' After everything you've endured to escape, why did you come back?]]\\
[[spoiler:'''The Operator:''' [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind I came back for you.]]]]
22nd Dec '16 5:08:18 PM FlameDistortion
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* During ''The Glast Gambit'' quest, we get to see that the Perrin's Sequence leader, Ergo Glast, is probably the most sincerely compassionate character in the game. His concern over the lives of kidnapped colonists is clearly genuine, and the distances he is willing to go to save their lives, up to and including [[spoiler: betting and losing his whole fortune over the life of one child]] show that his words about putting lives of people over the profit is not an empty sound. And even if you disagree with him the final point of the quest, you can't deny that the respect with which he treats the people of Mycona and their ways is nothing but admirable.
15th Dec '16 3:07:49 PM Lizzardtong
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** The letter you recieve from him after the quest is finished can also be rather touching, as it gives a little insight into what's on his mind, the burden he has to carry and his appreciation after you made this burden a little bit easier.

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** The letter you recieve from him after the quest is finished can also be rather touching, as it gives a little insight into what's on his mind, the burden he has to carry and his appreciation after you made this burden a little bit easier.easier.
*The Tennobaum Event, from Dec. 14, 2016, to Jan. 4, 2017, DE Counts how many Presents Tenno's have given each other, and with Each Milestone they increase their donation to the Boys and Girls Club of London, but also give every tenno an in-game bonus, already in the first few days. over 50.000 Presents were given to fellow tenno, and some Tenno already gave over 1000 Presents away by themselves.
** The forums also made an thread called the "Tennobaum Wishlist Exchange" where players can enter a small wishlist what they would like to get from their fellow Tenno. and as it turns out, many wishes are being fulfilled.
10th Dec '16 2:36:55 PM RookEncounte
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** Made even more heartwarming by the Lotus saying things only Teshin or [[spoiler: Margulis]] would know during the War Within [[spoiler: due to all records of the Zariman children being erased]], which confirms that [[spoiler: Margulis underwent Transference, and some of her essence remains in the Lotus]]. She is literally watching over you from a better place.
3rd Dec '16 2:44:16 PM FlameDistortion
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* When Teshin is [[spoiler:not under control of the Twin Queens]], it's clear that he will do anything in his power to help the Tenno. Especially in ''The War Within'' quest.

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* When Teshin is [[spoiler:not under control of the Twin Queens]], it's clear that he will do anything in his power to help the Tenno. Especially in ''The War Within'' quest. In particular, [[spoiler: when the Operator returns to the Queens' throne room, Teshin is surprised. He did not count on you coming back, and he did not have any other plan - [[HeartwarmingInHindsight meaning, when he helped you escape, he was ready to leave himself to face the wrath of the Queens, with no way to resist, evade or deny them, effectively sacrificing himself just so you could get out.]] And he did it without hesitating.]]
** The letter you recieve from him after the quest is finished can also be rather touching, as it gives a little insight into what's on his mind, the burden he has to carry and his appreciation after you made this burden a little bit easier.
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