What is Warframe’s Lore? A Very Simplified Version of Warframe’s Lore in 500 Words

Warframe’s lore has always been a complete clusterfuck. There’s no other way to describe it. The events throughout Warframe are nothing but confusion and madness, with a lot of puppeteering. In the past, I’ve made very long posts about Warframe’s lore. But today, we’re going to really simplify everything. Because, frankly, if you can’t narrow it down to 500 words, why bother? Big Mean Orokin Empire Originally, there was the Orokin empire. It covered the whole solar system. The Orokin rulers considered themselves perfect and covered everything in gold. Everyone beneath them was a tool to be used. There was… [Continue Reading]

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The Death of SSLForFree.com

Let’s Encrypt is, to quote its own website, “A nonprofit Certificate Authority providing TLS certificates to 200 million websites.” More importantly, Let’s Encrypt is a way of getting SSL/TLS for your website without paying money. A while back, Firefox and Chrome both started enforcing that websites needed SSL certificates. An SSL certificate, to explain it in very basic terms, encrypts the data that goes back and forth from user to website. But when I started looking for SSL certificates for my websites, I was shocked. Prices are all over the place. Anything from $7ish a year, up to about $60… [Continue Reading]

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A Handy Guide to Every Baro Ki’Teer Ever – What Should You Buy from Baro?

Baro Ki’Teer is a snobbish bastard from Mars who visits one of the Tenno relays every 2 weeks. Each time he comes, he’ll appear on a Friday and disappear on Sunday. Baro Ki’Teer will bring various “treasures from the Void”, all of which require Ducats and lots of credits to purchase. Now, as a new player, or even as an old player, it can be difficult to decide what to buy. Luckily, you are currently reading a guide which should help you make the right decision! Before you buy Before you do anything though, you need credits and ducats. Credits… [Continue Reading]

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An Update On That Bionicle Game

Back in April, a guy called Crainy revealed a trailer for a Bionicle game, in which you’d be able to explore the island of Mata Nui and play as one of the six legendary Toa. The trailer created waves and brought together a ton of old Bionicle fans. But it also raised a huge amount of questions, a lot of which have slowly been explained over time. Bionicle: Quest for Mata Nui still had a lot of mysteries though. On the 20th of May though, an announcement on the larger side was made by Crainy on the Bionicle: Quest for… [Continue Reading]

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Some Parts of Pokemon Go’s PVP are Okay…

To say that I’ve been rather critical of Pokemon Go’s PvP system and the Go Battle League isn’t entirely accurate. Originally, when PvP battles between friends and Team Rocket Grunts came out, I enjoyed it. In fact, fighting Grunts is probably one of my favourite things in Pokemon Go. But there is an awful lot of hit and miss with PvP and battling in general. Today, I think we should discuss some of these hits and misses about battling in general, ignoring the Go Battle League and its myriad of problems. Pro: For a mobile battle system, it’s deceptively deep.… [Continue Reading]

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On Both Liking and Hating Limbo

Because of Scarlet Spear,  I ended up playing a lot of Limbo. It wasn’t because I particularly wanted to, but Limbo was just the best choice. My other options involved playing Mesa or being a buffer for more damage. While all these roles are useful, I always ended up playing Limbo simply because no one else really wanted to. Why? Because most people don’t like Limbo. Myself included. I never particularly enjoyed Limbo, and my main original reasoning was that I didn’t like not rolling. That still applies today. I use rolls to keep my momentum going, especially after long… [Continue Reading]

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Railjack is So Much Better Now Mostly

Warframe’s theme for 2020 has been fixing things and creating wars. We had a refresher update earlier on in the year that made a lot of great tweaks and removed self damage. That was followed by the start of the New War and Scarlet Spear. Now we’re getting Railjack tweaks and changes, and pretty much all of these changes have been pretty damn good. Everything is less tanky, less hot and faster! The bulk of the changes seem to be making the experience smoother. Most enemies are less tanky, particularly the enemies on Crew Ships and in bases. Sure, we… [Continue Reading]

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Glassmaker’s Mystery Interactive Cinematic Is Kinda Weird

In previous Nightwaves, Nora Night simply had a story to tell. One that somewhat unfolded in a linear way. Although the cinematics were nice, they were pretty damn basic. Even a kid could probably work out that the Wolf didn’t like Alad V or that the Infested would attack. The Glassmaker’s story however is supposed to be a murder mystery, one that the Tenno have to uncover. With Nora voicing over it, of course. We have to do the work. Nora Night has given us a crime scene to investigate. A digital one, pulled out from the Weave, which is… [Continue Reading]

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Answering Search Engine Term Questions

This strange article answers questions that people have typed into search engines and somehow ended up on the Daily SPUF, without an obvious article. [Continue Reading]

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How To Make Your Nightwave Activities More Efficient

Nightwave Series 3 is here and it’s filled with yet more daily and weekly activities to do. The Glassmaker is this series’s theme and it’s all about a murder mystery! Someone is going around turning people to glass and sucking souls out of people! And it’s up to us to stop them! But we aren’t here to talk about that! We’re here to talk about how to make the Nightwave grind easier. The majority of Nightwave is weekly and daily tasks. But we need to do them efficiently. How though? With these steps, of course! The obvious answer: Combine as… [Continue Reading]

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