Warframe | The Sacrifice

The Sacrifice is the newest main quest as of Update 23 for Warframe. In order to start the Sacrifice quest, players must have completed the Apostasy Prologue, then proceed to the codex to start it. The Sacrifice is the quest that introduces Excalibur Umbra and is the only way to obtain Excalibur Umbra, Skiajati nikana, and the new Umbra mods. One thing very unique about Excalibur Umbra is that when the player is in Operator mode, it has a mind of it’s own and will automatically fight using the player’s loadout.

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Warframe | How to get Khora

Khora is the first Warframe of 2018 and was released in the Beasts of the Sanctuary Update. Khora can be obtained solely through the Sanctuary Onslaught Gamemode which requires the completion of the Second Dream Questline to access.

Fiercely poised with feral instincts, the huntress Khora and her feline familiar Venari prowl amidst combat scouring for prey. Mistress of the livewire, she enchains her foes to enforce deadly discipline by whiplash, claws, and serrated steel.

All parts of Khora require Kavat Genetic Code with the exception of the Blueprint itself. Kavat Genetic Code can be obtained by scanning Kavats in the wild, mainly found at the Orokin Derelict.








Passive – Beastshield Khora’s living metal thickens with each of her Companions in range, granting her 15% additional Armor per allied pet that remains within 50 meters around her.
Whipclaw Send enemies reeling with a deafening whipcrack.
Ensare Bind a hapless target in living metal, entangling others who stray too close. Disperse the trap with a crack of the whip.
Venari Summon a ferocious, gleaming kavat. Use again to cycle between Attack, Protect, and Heal postures.
Strangledome Weave a dome of living chain that ensnares and strangles any enemy within, and any foolish enough to approach.

Khora Drop Table

Khora Blueprint Sanctuary Onslaught – Rotation C
Khora Chassis Blueprint Sanctuary Onslaught – Rotation A
Khora Neuroptics Blueprint Sanctuary Onslaught – Rotation B
Khora Systems Blueprint Sanctuary Onslaught – Rotation C

Warframe | Sanctuary Onslaught

Warframe‘s latest Update, Beasts of the Sanctuary includes the New Sanctuary Onslaught gamemode that is accessible through Simaris at the Relay.

This new Sanctuary Onslaught Gamemode is the only way of obtaining the New Khora Warframe alongside the re-release of the Lato Vandal & Braton Vandal. The Lato Vandal & Braton Vandal parts are only available in the Elite Sanctuary Onslaught Gamemode. Sanctuary Onslaught also has 5 new Captura Scenes that may drop with Grineer Sealab Centrifuge, Corpus Ship Freight Scene, Grineer Settlement Artillery Scene being exclusive to the normal mode. Kuva Fortress Cervice Scene & Lua Balcony Scene can only be obtained from the Elite version.

The Sanctuary Onslaught Gamemode puts your squad in a random tileset where enemies will continuously spawn, killing these enemies will reward efficiency. If your efficiency drops to 0%, you will extract. To extract manually, just don’t go into the next conduit. Each tileset have Efficiency Stimulus spawn around the map, these are pretty much Life Support Capsules, when you are running low on Efficiency. Each Conduit zone will have the players last 2:30 minutes, then a new Conduit will open up where the tileset is different and the enemies are stronger. This gamemode is very good for farming Focus because

Each zone after the first triggers a 45 second Focus Boost that scales in multiplier (MAX of 16x) – kill Specimens as fast as you can!

The Elite Sanctuary Onslaught Gamemode unlike the original version has a predetermined sequence of tilesets and enmies. Elite Sanctuary Onslaught has certain rules such as only Rank 30 Warframe can compete, No Gear, some Warframe abilities are nerfed. Also the enemies are much harder.

Players will receive their reward after every 2 Zones have been finished. The rotation rewards go A,A,B,C like every other endless gamemodes.

Sanctuary Onslaught Rewards:

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Warframe | How to get Tiberon Prime

The Tiberon Prime is the primed Primary rifle that was released with Zephyr Prime. The Tiberon Prime has 3 modes of fire: three round burst, semi-auto and full-auto that is triggered through alternate fire. Each different modes of fire offered different bonuses such as three-round burst will increase stability, semi-auto increases critical chance and critical damage while full auto gives increased status chance.

Art meets ingenuity with this beautifully deadly rifle.

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Warframe | How to get Kronen Prime

The Kronen Prime is the prime variant of the Kronen and was released with Zephyr Prime. The most notable upgrades from the non-prime variant is that it has increased critical chance, critical damage, status chance and attack speed where base damage got negligible upgrades.

Ancient blades, perfected for today’s combat.

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Warframe | Zephyr Prime New Relics

Here are all the relics that the Zephyr Prime Access update has brought in, these Relics will replace the ones that had Vauban and his Arsenal of weapons from the drop tables.

Zephyr Prime in total brings 2 Lith, 3 Meso, 3 Neo and 3 Axi New Relics.

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Warframe | 5 Year Anniversary

It’s time for Warframe’s 5 Year Anniversary Event. This Year, players who log in during the Anniversary Event will be able to claim the Excalibur Dex Skin for free which also comes with the Excalibur Dex Helmet. The Event will be ongoing for 2 weeks or until March 28th.

The previous Anniversary Event items such as the Dex Furis, Dex Syandana, Dex Dakra and Dex Sybaris are also all up for grabs in Exclusive Anniversary Alerts. The item will come with a pre-installed Orokin Catalyst and an additional Weapon slot.