Five Weirdly Good Subsumed Abilities from your Hungry Helminth

Subsuming abilities can be very hit and miss. Most newer Warframes have abilities that work alongside each other, so you can’t really swap an ability out. However, older Warframes have more room to move things around. But the bigger issue is just finding something that synergizes well with your Warframe’s existing abilities. Or perhaps just adding an ability that your Warframe feels like it’s missing. In today’s article, we’ll look at a few subsume-able abilities that can give surprising buffs to your Warframes. The Weird Energy Regeneration – Spectrosiphon Spectrorage Gara isn’t the first frame you think of when it… [Continue Reading]

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Not Feeling the Speed – More Thoughts on Gauss

I’ve been playing Gauss, leveling him up for both mastery and the more obvious reasons of getting him to level 30, but I’ll be honest, I’ve been struggling. I’m just not feeling Gauss and his speedy ways. I find myself not really enjoying playing as Gauss. While that might not be surprising to you, it feels somewhat surprising to me. Because normally I like speedy Warframes. I mean, my favourite Warframe is Volt, the original speedy Warframe, and he’s followed by frames like Nehza, Khora and Rhino, two of whom have speed boosts and one of which has a charge… [Continue Reading]

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Quick Thoughts on Gauss

I’m naughty. I rushed Gauss. I actually managed to get all of Gauss’s parts pretty easily. But that does mean I can give some few quick thoughts about Warframe’s newest, uh, Warframe. First off, the farm. The farm is easy. Gauss’s Neuroptics, Chassis and Systems blueprints all drop from the C rotation of Disruption on Kelpie, Sedna. Not Ceres, like the nice guy in the Levarian suggests. This means that, aside from the first round, you have a chance at getting a Gauss part if you successfully defend all four conduits. And after the fourth round, you have a chance… [Continue Reading]

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The Actual Speedster Warframe – Does He Threaten Other Speedsters?

I don’t normally talk about Warframes that haven’t been released yet because I like to play them before I judge them. That’s not the case with Gauss, the speedster Warframe. While his best friend Grendel, the oni Warframe who is set to be released at the same time as Gauss, seems pretty cute and not at all deadly, a lot of people have been wondering whether Gauss will be stepping on the toes of existing Warframes, most notably speedster Warframes like Volt, Nezha and Zephyr. The question is, will he be a straight upgrade? Will he leave other Warframes in… [Continue Reading]

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