Warframe Tips for Free-to-Play Space Ninjas

At first glance, Warframe can seem rather pay-to-win. However, if you dig past that even a little, you can easily climb ranks and grab new gear and weapons. All it takes is a bit of time and patience. But, while you wait, here are some tips and advice on how to make the most of an F2P experience. Starter Platinum When you first start playing Warframe, you actually start off with 50 Platinum. This Platinum can’t be traded, but it is enough for a handful of purchases. Before you get too excited though, it’s worth looking at what you can… [Continue Reading]

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A Cheap Coward’s Guide to the Steel Path

The Steel Path can seem intimidating. All enemies are over level 100, and they’re all heavily armoured. The Corpus have tons of shields and the Infested are… Well, actually, the Infested are fine, as long as there are no Swarm Mutalist Moas around. Because they give the Infested tons of armour. Either way, the Steel Path is not a place for casual players. However, you don’t need to spend forever formaing your gear and making super OP ultra umbral forma builds. In fact, you can get through the Steel Path very cheaply. But only if you are patient. Can’t hit… [Continue Reading]

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3 Basic Tips Every L4D2 Player Should Know

The other day I took an old L4D2 article and repurposed the topic into a Payday the Heist article. Well today, a Payday article is returning the favor due to a major L4D2 update coming out and bringing a whole host of new players to our favorite zombie shooter! I recently played through the new campaign with three friends, and we managed to beat it on Advanced Difficulty our first try. Despite this, there were a couple of basic mechanics I saw they could have been doing to drastically increase their survivability: Tip #1: Shove More. This is the single… [Continue Reading]

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Five Hidden Farming Spots in Warframe

There’s often so much to farm in Warframe that you don’t know where to begin. But after a while, you get bored of the same old spots. After all, how many times can you play Sanctuary Onslaught without getting bored? And I am sure most people are sick of playing the Index, right? With so much to farm, sometimes you need new, fresh, farming locations. Here’s five such farming spots, which should hopefully liven up your Warframe sessions. The Bit-of-Everything Farm – Profit Taker and Exploiter Orb It somewhat makes sense that the massive robots, build by a cult that… [Continue Reading]

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Weird Little Warframe Facts About Weapons

Years and years ago, aabicus wrote an article about little-known mechanics in Team Fortress 2. He went into a detailed list of various things that really aren’t obvious at all. Some of these were minor differences like how a Sniper’s rifle’s laser will detect invisible spies. However, some mechanics were rather large, like how crouching breaks hitboxes. The article is quite an interesting read, and aabicus suggested I write one about Warframe, with my insane knowledge. Small problem with that: There are SO MANY little-known mechanics that it’s impossible to list even some of them in a single item. That… [Continue Reading]

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Stupid Tips for Pokemon Go’s GBL

It’s pretty clear to me that I’m not the only person who hates the GBL. The handful of articles I’ve written about the Go Battle League constantly pop up with more views than average. In fact, my article about giving up on the GBL completely is one of the more highly-commented and viewed articles on the site. But enough negativity. the GBL is here to stay, so we might as well try and get something from it. Suck it up and use the same fucking meta all the fucking time. Just use meta Pokemon. Get yourself an Azumaril, get yourself… [Continue Reading]

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How To Solo Gian Point and Other Railjack Missions

One of the larger grinds in Warframe is getting to level 10 in all four Intrinsics schools. The amount of intrinsics required doubles with every level, with level 10 requiring 512 intrinsics. While this seems like a massively daunting task, it is doable, just very slow. Over the recent Double Affinity weekend, I spent a lot of time playing Railjack to get those last few levels. But in doing so, I found that I had to regularly play on my own. This meant setting up my ship to be able to do everything myself. At the end of the double… [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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On Soloing Murex and Condrix

If you follow the SPUF of Legend, you may have seen that there was a sudden burst of activity. After a long drought, I managed to upload a bunch of videos, all about Scarlet Spear. While two of them were showcasing the new cinematic and the new simulacrum, two of them were about soloing the Scarlet Spear missions. Let’s talk about that. Now, I’ve already spoken about soloing these missions and how it’s not worth doing. Despite being somewhat easy, the missions are long and tedious. Playing them solo, as I mentioned in my previous article, makes the missions even… [Continue Reading]

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Assorted Suggestions for Fighting Kuva Liches

Kuva Liches are in a weird situation right now. They’re a little bit tricky for newer players to deal with, they are a non-challenge and a nuisance for veterans with the right gear and they are a long, tedious slog for pretty much everyone. Creating a Lich is insanely simple and, honestly, defeating a Lich is really simple, it’s nothing more than trial and error. What with it being trial and error, the average Lich can take anything from half an hour to three hours to defeat, excluding time spent getting Requiem mods. That being said, here’s some tips for… [Continue Reading]

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