History VideoGame / Warframe

17th Sep '17 11:56:33 AM Xebrus
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* PuzzleBoss: The ''Jackal'' has a super-shield on its torso that effectively nullifies all incoming damage, and thus its health can only be depleted if you [[spoiler:reduce one of its legs to zero health; this causes it to fall over and disables the super-shield, rendering its torso vulnerable for a few seconds]].

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* PuzzleBoss: The ''Jackal'' has a super-shield on its torso that effectively nullifies all incoming damage, and thus its health can only be depleted if you [[spoiler:reduce reduce one of its legs to zero health; this causes it to fall over and disables the super-shield, rendering its torso vulnerable for a few seconds]].seconds.
** The Razorback is similar to the Jackal, with an added layer of complexity: its legs are shielded too, and the only way to knock one of them out is to hack one of the nearby Bursas to attack it for you.
16th Sep '17 11:58:19 PM Xebrus
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*** Another tension-killing combination is Ivara, Trinity, Nekros, and Mag. As before, Trinity provides a source to the entire team, and Nekros creates more pickups for Mag to draw in with Greedy Pull (while Greedy Pull only attracts pickups to Mag, life support capsules benefit the whole team). Finally, as long as Trinity keeps the energy coming, Ivara can keep the whole team invisible with Cloak Arrows. The game becomes a shooting gallery as players are supplied with an endless supply of enemies that won't even shoot back.
16th Sep '17 8:51:18 PM Xebrus
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** Many enemies have attacks that can knock down your Warframe, but Rhino can ignore them when his Iron Skin is equipped, as well as Atlas as long as he is on the ground.
** Doing certain actions -- for example, rolling, or using Warframe abilities -- will make you immune to knockdowns during the animation. You'll still take damage from the attack, but you won't have to worry about spending an extra few vulnerable seconds picking yourself back up.
16th Sep '17 1:46:00 PM WaterBlap
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** In early beta, ships with active PA systems would announce [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything the Tenno's presence over the loudspeaker]]. This feature disappeared for a while, but later on, PA announcements came in the Grineer and Corpus language, so it's hard to tell what they're saying anymore. The word 'Tenno' is clearly recognizable, however, and judging from the tone of these announcements they likely aren't invitations for tea and biscuits.

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** In early beta, ships with active PA systems would announce [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything the Tenno's presence over the loudspeaker]].loudspeaker. This feature disappeared for a while, but later on, PA announcements came in the Grineer and Corpus language, so it's hard to tell what they're saying anymore. The word 'Tenno' is clearly recognizable, however, and judging from the tone of these announcements they likely aren't invitations for tea and biscuits.
13th Sep '17 6:59:31 PM siamesecatman444
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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses mysteriously rated based on their beliefs: [[ScrewDestiny Sun (rejection)]], [[TakeAThirdOption Neutral (control)]], and [[ItCantBeHelped Moon (acceptance)]]. Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]

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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses mysteriously rated based on their beliefs: [[ScrewDestiny Sun (rejection)]], [[TakeAThirdOption Neutral (control)]], and or [[ItCantBeHelped Moon (acceptance)]]. Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]
13th Sep '17 6:53:21 PM siamesecatman444
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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses mysteriously rated [[ShadesOfConflict based on their beliefs]]: [[ScrewDestiny Sun (rejection)]], [[TakeAThirdOption Neutral (control)]], and [[ItCantBeHelped Moon (acceptance)]]. Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]

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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses mysteriously rated [[ShadesOfConflict based on their beliefs]]: beliefs: [[ScrewDestiny Sun (rejection)]], [[TakeAThirdOption Neutral (control)]], and [[ItCantBeHelped Moon (acceptance)]]. Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]
13th Sep '17 6:51:34 PM siamesecatman444
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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses [[MoralityMeter mysteriously rated based on their beliefs: Sun (Rejection), Neutral (Control), and Moon (Acceptance).]] Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]

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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses [[MoralityMeter mysteriously rated [[ShadesOfConflict based on their beliefs: beliefs]]: [[ScrewDestiny Sun (Rejection), (rejection)]], [[TakeAThirdOption Neutral (Control), (control)]], and [[ItCantBeHelped Moon (Acceptance).]] (acceptance)]]. Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]
13th Sep '17 6:44:09 PM siamesecatman444
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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses [[MoralityMeter mysteriously rated on a light-neutral-dark scale.]] Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]

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*** And now, there's The War Within. [[spoiler: The Grineer Queens are, in fact, heavily-mutated/cloned/modified Orokin, and they want to take posession of a Tenno body, namely, the player's; their fortress is hidden inside a thick asteroid belt, which the player infiltrates alone and against the advice of both Teshin and the Lotus...and [[WhamShot Teshin is ]] TheMole [[WhamShot for the queens]], although unwillingly, as his warrior caste is honor-bound to obey Orokin blood, which the Queens happen to contain within a staff. The Queens [[BroughtDownToNormal steal the power of transference from the player, leaving the Operator a helpless teenager stranded on the Liset and cut off from their warframe...]][[FromBadToWorse and then Ordis goes nuts, declaring the Operator an enemy and trying to ''kill them'' leading to a ]][[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs desperate escape from the player's own Liset, which is now trying to kill them]], and eventually ends with them stranded on an icy mountainside in a blizzard, [[DarkestHour with no Liset, none of their equipment, and completely cut off from the Lotus.]] They make their way to a cave against the raging snowstorm and are promptly [[TraumaCongaLine sealed inside by Teshin]], exploring Orokin ruins and activating an Ayatan sculpture shortly before falling into a dark chasm occupied by Orokin [[SandWorm giant worms]], which Teshin helpfully explains will [[EatenAlive devour the Operator at the slightest misstep.]] After a harrowing trek across a barely-lit floor consisting of nothing but ''bones'', the Operator is forced, at the prompting of Teshin and the Queens, to remember the original accident that led to their creation, [[EleventhHourSuperpower gaining some new tricks in the process,]] and having their reponses [[MoralityMeter mysteriously rated based on a light-neutral-dark scale.their beliefs: Sun (Rejection), Neutral (Control), and Moon (Acceptance).]] Eventually they gain full, natural use of Transference, allowing them to take direct control of not only their Warframes but also other Orokin constructs, including the worms, and with these new powers manage to escape the ruins, making it to a theatre where, according to Teshin, Orokin children were paraded around for sale for "Continuity." We then cut back to the Queens' Chamber...where EVERYTHING that just happened since just before the Queen stole Transference was AllJustADream, except the Operator gets to keep their new powers; they use these powers to overcome the Queen's guards, defeat Teshin in a duel, and finally get the opportunity to ''kill the Queens,'' freeing Teshin in the process. Finally, they make it back to the Liset, now having total, natural control over Transference with no need for the control module on the ship, which translates to gameplay as being able to freely leave and reenter the Warframe as the Operator, including directly within missions. Things cap off by returning to the mountain pass, for real this time, and meeting Teshin there one last time, where he presents them a final question; will they destroy the Kuva, the tainted blood of the Orokin, control it for their own purposes, or consume it and allow its corruption to empower them? Regardless of the player's choice, Teshin explains that the new powers are theirs, but with them a floodgate has been opened, and from here it is the player's decisions that will determine whether they will emerge, scathed but intact...or be washed away entirely.]]
11th Sep '17 7:56:07 PM DoctorFluffy
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** Following in the Lex's tradition, most single pistols with dual-wieldable versions have fallen here - examples being the Vasto, Magnus, and Bolto. Sure, a single powerful pistol can be fun, but the dual-wielded versions of said pistols have doubled magazine capacity for little discernible drawbacks. As such, it's common to just level up the single version of the pistol, use it as a component for the dual-wielded version, and then start modding that one.



** The void houses ancient Orokin structures which are [[http://www.gomultiplayer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/OrokinEnvironment02.jpg massive and glorious]], wrought from marble, crystal and gold. However they stand as an empty, silent mausoleum of the Orokin race, still humming with a quasi-musical harmony in the air. At least they ''were'' empty until the Grineer and Corpus found a way to reach them and were transformed into mindless sentries by ancient Orokin defese systems.

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** The void houses ancient Orokin structures which are [[http://www.gomultiplayer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/OrokinEnvironment02.jpg massive and glorious]], wrought from marble, crystal and gold. However they stand as an empty, silent mausoleum of the Orokin race, still humming with a quasi-musical harmony in the air. At least they ''were'' empty until the Grineer and Corpus found a way to reach them and were transformed into mindless sentries by ancient Orokin defese defense systems.
6th Sep '17 1:04:38 PM FlameDistortion
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* VariableMix: The game uses this approach with the mission background music. Each environment has a default/"stealth" music sequence that is used when the Tenno are not detected, and a combat sequence used dring fights. The game seamlessly transitions from one track to another, going into combat mode when Tenno get into an open fight and returning to the stealth mode once the enemies have been dealt with. In addition, the combat track features the "light" and the "heavy" variation with the latter used when the combat gets especially intense - the music dynamically transitions from one to another, intensifying when the combat escalates and slowing down once the fight gets less thick.
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