History YMMV / WarFrame

12th Sep '17 8:19:33 AM OmniOmega
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*** Taken UpToEleven if you acquire a Riven with the challenge "Complete a level 30 or higher Exterminate mission without being detected (Including an additional random modifier)". At first, this seems like a relatively simple StealthBasedMission until you discover that "Detection" means ''If the enemy becomes even slightly suspicious''. If any enemy anywhere at all hears a stray gunshot, sees a dead body, or catches the slightest glimpse that you are there, the challenge fails. And more often then not you will encounter large groups of enemies spread out just enough that killing them all simultaneously is impossible, forcing you to wait extensive periods of time for them to seclude themselves from the others and have enough time for their body to disappear before it's spotted. Sometimes the AI will glitch, locking them in place so you never get a solid opening to attack. The challenge can also include modifiers such as [[FromBadToWorse having an extinguished dragon key equipped, dramatically reducing the damage you deal]]. Players will generally throw rivens like this away simply because ''nobody will even take them for free''
11th Sep '17 11:27:25 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TooSoon: Equinox's mode-shifting has led to some ViewerGenderConfusion. That one of the developers proceeded to make a "Bruce Jenner" joke on a livestream not long after her release when asked about it did not help.
6th Sep '17 7:32:44 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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*** Adding insult to injury, unlike other Warframe side quests like Hidden Messages and Sands of Inaros, completing The Glast Gambit ''doesn't even give you the Nidus Warframe.'' It only gives you the primary blueprint for it- afterwards you have to grind the blueprints for the Neuroptics, Chassis and Systems by doing endless runs of the Infested Salvage mission on Oestrus, a frustrating and irritating variant on endless survival which forces you to constantly run around in circles killing endless waves of Infested to collect Antiserum Injectors in order to constantly feed them into the Vaporizers, keeping them active long enough for Lotus to decode the ship's cargo manifest, and is exactly as dull as it sounds. You have to do 4 complete rounds (each of which can take ages to complete) to get even a ''chance'' of getting a drop for ''one'' of the parts of Nidus (a 1 in 7 chance to be precise), meaning it can take HOURS of grinding before you can get all three blueprints and finally complete the warframe, making The Glast Gambit anything more than a massively frustrating waste of time. It's an appalling throwback to the bad old days of early in ''Warframe's'' release, where you had to kill the same boss upwards of 100 times in order to even get basic frames.

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*** Adding insult to injury, unlike other Warframe side quests like Hidden Messages and Sands of Inaros, completing The Glast Gambit ''doesn't even give you the Nidus Warframe.'' It only gives you the primary blueprint for it- afterwards you have to grind the blueprints for the Neuroptics, Chassis and Systems by doing endless runs of the Infested Salvage mission on Oestrus, a frustrating and irritating variant on endless survival defence or interception which forces you to constantly run around in circles killing endless waves of Infested to collect Antiserum Injectors in order to constantly feed them into the Vaporizers, keeping them active long enough for Lotus to decode the ship's cargo manifest, and is exactly as dull as it sounds. You have to do 4 complete rounds (each of which can take ages to complete) to get even a ''chance'' of getting a drop for ''one'' of the parts of Nidus (a 1 in 7 chance to be precise), meaning it can take HOURS of grinding before you can get all three blueprints and finally complete the warframe, making The Glast Gambit anything more than a massively frustrating waste of time. It's an appalling throwback to the bad old days of early in ''Warframe's'' release, where you had to kill the same boss upwards of 100 times in order to even get basic frames. And just to put the cherry on top, [[GuideDangIt they don't bother telling you this is where you have to go to find the components either]].
6th Sep '17 7:31:08 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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*** Adding insult to injury, unlike other Warframe side quests like Hidden Messages and Sands of Inaros, completing The Glast Gambit ''doesn't even give you the Nidus Warframe.'' It only gives you the primary blueprint for it- afterwards you have to grind the blueprints for the Neuroptics, Chassis and Systems by doing endless runs of the Infested Salvage mission on Oestrus, a frustrating and irritating variant on endless survival which forces you to constantly run around in circles killing endless waves of Infested to collect Antiserum Injectors in order to constantly feed them into the Vaporizers, keeping them active long enough for Lotus to decode the ship's cargo manifest, and is exactly as dull as it sounds. You have to do 4 complete rounds (each of which can take ages to complete) to get even a ''chance'' of getting a drop for ''one'' of the parts of Nidus (a 1 in 7 chance to be precise), meaning it can take HOURS of grinding before you can get all three blueprints and finally complete the warframe, making The Glast Gambit anything more than a massively frustrating waste of time. It's an appalling throwback to the bad old days of early in ''Warframe's'' release, where you had to kill the same boss upwards of 100 times in order to even get basic frames.
3rd Sep '17 12:45:14 AM Antronach
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* MemeticMutation: ''Greedy Milk.'' The community is still trying to figure out what it is. [[labelnote:*]]When siding with Sargas Ruk during the ''Gradivus Dilemma,'' he would sometimes tell the player that they are going to crush the "greedy milk" from the Corpus skulls.[[/labelnote]]

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''Greedy Milk.'' The community is still trying to figure out what it is. [[labelnote:*]]When siding with Sargas Ruk during the ''Gradivus Dilemma,'' he would sometimes tell the player that they are going to crush the "greedy milk" from the Corpus skulls.[[/labelnote]]



** The [[VirtualPaperDoll sheer volume of customization]] present has given rise to the FanNickname "Fashion Frame." Since the majority can only be gotten with premium currency (which means, unless you wanna spend real money, farming for, and selling, high-end loot for the premium cash to buy them), this has led to the common stance amongst vets that "Fashion Frame is the true endgame."

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** The [[VirtualPaperDoll sheer volume of customization]] present has given rise to the FanNickname "Fashion Frame." Since the majority can only be gotten with premium currency (which means, unless you wanna spend real money, farming for, and selling, high-end loot for the premium cash to buy them), this has led to the common stance amongst among vets that "Fashion Frame is the true endgame."



** "You can't spell Rebecca without ''[=REEEEEEEEEE=]''", thanks to Rebecca Ford, the community manager and VA for The Lotus, saying this during an official stream.



** When you board the derelict Steel Meridian ship during the first missin in the "Chains of Harrow" quest, instead of her usual calm and collected tone the Lotus speaks in a wary hushed whisper, as if she's there next to you trying not to spook (or alarm) whatever caused the ship to go silent, and is [[VoiceWithAnInternetConnection not speaking over a secure transmission]] [[MissionControl from somewhere very far away from your location]]. Ultimately, it just makes her look silly.

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** When you board the derelict Steel Meridian ship during the first missin mission in the "Chains of Harrow" quest, instead of her usual calm and collected tone the Lotus speaks in a wary hushed whisper, as if she's there next to you trying not to spook (or alarm) whatever caused the ship to go silent, and is [[VoiceWithAnInternetConnection not speaking over a secure transmission]] [[MissionControl from somewhere very far away from your location]]. Ultimately, it just makes her look silly.
2nd Sep '17 5:16:34 PM DoctorFluffy
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** "Grofit!"
2nd Sep '17 12:33:13 AM dreamsepilogue
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** [[ScrappyMechanic Riven unveiling quests]] are essentially an entire ''genre'' of these. Clear a high-level survival where you aren't allowed to kill anything? Finish at least three waves of a high-level Intercept where you are only allowed to use a sniper rifle and forbidden from having your feet leave the ground? Or maybe you'd enjoy a challenge where you have to get twenty stealth kills with a shotgun ''in a row'' '''without your feet ever touching the ground.''' Name a horrible, hair-pullingly infuriating combination of requirements, and odds are Rivens will have you covered.
2nd Sep '17 12:24:12 AM dreamsepilogue
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** Whenever new updates lead to GoodBadBugs or ArtificialStupidity, expect the game's PerpetualBeta status to be cited as the cause. [[https://38.media.tumblr.com/075e74a4bfb054e08956c9751c15af3c/tumblr_ngnd97QdBQ1sx331no1_400.gif IT'S BETA]]
2nd Sep '17 12:21:31 AM dreamsepilogue
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** The [[VirtualPaperDoll sheer volume of customization]] present has given rise to the FanNickname "Fashion Frame." Since the majority can only be gotten with premium currency (which means, unless you wanna spend real money, farming for, and selling, high-end loot for the premium cash to buy them), this has led to the common stance amongst vets that "Fashion Frame is the true endgame."
2nd Sep '17 12:18:10 AM dreamsepilogue
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* MemeticMutation: ''Greedy Milk'' The community is still trying to figure out what it is. [[labelnote:*]]When siding with Sargas Ruk during the ''Gradivus Dilemma'' he would sometimes tell the player that they are going to crush the "greedy milk" from the Corpus skulls.[[/labelnote]]

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* MemeticMutation: ''Greedy Milk'' Milk.'' The community is still trying to figure out what it is. [[labelnote:*]]When siding with Sargas Ruk during the ''Gradivus Dilemma'' Dilemma,'' he would sometimes tell the player that they are going to crush the "greedy milk" from the Corpus skulls.[[/labelnote]]



** AscendedMeme: Clem, the Grineer fancharacter born from the {{Narm}}y Grineer's speech, was eventually put in the game in full!
** [[http://warframe.wikia.com/wiki/Twin_Grakata Dual Grakatas!]]

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** AscendedMeme: Clem, the Grineer fancharacter fan character born from the {{Narm}}y Grineer's speech, was eventually put in the game in full!
full! You can even do a daily quest for him to get a Spectre of him, so now you can have your own [[GunsAkimbo Two-Grakata-wielding]] [[CloudCuckoolander plucky]] [[TheNapoleon little]] Tenno-wannabe Grineer defector tagging along on missions with you!
** [[http://warframe."Latron." "Grakata." "No, Latron." "[[http://warframe.wikia.com/wiki/Twin_Grakata Dual Grakatas!]]TWOOO Grakata!]]"
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