Warframe Eidolon Hunting Guide in 2021
Last Updated on October 16, 2022
Are you looking to beat the Teralyst, Gauntalyst, and Hydrolyst trio and get their loot? By the end of this article, we’ll cover all you need to know when it comes to beating the Eidolon.
Eidolons are major enemy bosses that roam the Plains of Eidolon in Cetus at night. They’re the best source of Operator and Arcane focus, which makes these monsters highly sought after due to their loot.
But, be warned. The Eidolon is also painfully difficult to take down. Only Void damage can penetrate their shields, and they don’t get affected by debuffs.
This Eidolon Hunting guide will help you prepare for the fight against this monster as a group. It won’t guarantee wins, but it’ll equip you with the knowledge on how to best beat this monster.
Before Setting Out…
It’s highly recommended that you beat The War Within and Saya’s Vigil quests first:. This is to unlock the Quills , which will be your primary Syndicate Hub for the operation.
You’ll also benefit considerably by having the following:
- A powerful and dependable gun, preferably Crit-based and packed with Radiation and Crit mods .
- A Max-ranked Warframe like Volt, Chroma, Rhino, Oberon, Trinity, Harrow, or Titania
- An Operator (with good health/energy regen like the Zenurik or Vazarin)
- Energy and Health deployables
- Some friends and clanmates for better team compositions
Once you’ve got what you need, now it’s time to start the operation you’ve been prepping for.
1. Wait for Night To Set
The Eidolons only spawn at Night, so assemble your party right before Sunset to get your mission completed before Day time turns over. With your weapons and Warframe in tow, wait for Night Time to come around in the Plains. You can find the exact time in the Navigation Menu and hovering over the Plain Node.
2. Prepare Lures
You need Lures each charged with 3 Vomvalysts to get the best chance of loot as well as the Radiant/Brilliant Shard. Specifically, two Lures are needed for the Teralyst, while three are needed for the Gauntalyst and Hydrolyst. The Shards will help serve as a sacrificial offering in the shrine at Gara Toht Lake to summon the next Eidolon. That shard is is the main catch when the Eidolon finally gets captured.
To complete the capture of all Eidolons, you need to acquire 8 Lures.
Location of Lure Spawns
How to spawn an Eidolon?
As soon as you capture the first two Eidolons, they’ll drop a certain type of shard. Sacrifice them by dropping them in the middle of the Gara Toht Lake. Performing this action correctly will spawn the next Eidolon.
3. The Teralyst
The Teralyst is chronologically the Eidolon you’ll have to fight, as well as the easiest. Compared to the other Eidolon, he’s the smallest in stature and has the fewest amount of different attacks. Regardless, be on your guard.
To start, get into your Warframe’s Operator form and use your Amp to tear down the Teralyst bit by bit. This wears down the shields, which will allow you to deal more damage with your stronger weapons.
The Teralyst has 4 Synovias or limbs that look like radiators which you must destroy. As you shoot each limb, he’ll release pulsations which inflicts Magnetic procs, which expends your energy and shields.
Once each limb or Synovia is destroyed, the Eidolon will fall in battle and request the Vovalysts for aid. Destroy them with the help of your team. Once you’ve shot the last one, this will prompt the Teralyst to become vulnerable to damage. Perform the finishing blow with the Lures nearby. After that, you’ve succeeded in capturing your first Eidolon.
4. The Gauntalyst
The Gauntalyst is a titan compared to his brother and can be summoned using the Brilliant Eidolon Shard. He’s also the second Eidolon you have to take down in the sequence, and a much more resilient foe . Gauntalyst has six Synovias, consumes three of your charged lures, and contains a much more versatile set of attacks.
This includes Radial shield (which crosses out long-range attacks), unpredictable light pillars that shout out of the ground, and an orb spillage AoE attack. He’ll also create large spheres around him, and you’ll have to be inside the sphere as you attack him. He also calls upon Vombalysts that’ll help provide extra shield protection and tether him as a supportive measure.
To best handle him, use Void mode to your best advantage to bypass his extra mechanics. The Gauntalyst is a tough cookie, but by defeating the fight and using the lures — you’re sure to receive your just rewards.
5. The Hydrolyst
To summon the Hydrolyst, use the Radiant Eidolon Shard you got from the Gauntalyst. The attacks include magnetic bubbles that spawn where you’re located and deal damage, so you have to move around to counter them.
Another new mechanic are spawned Pink Rifts, which supercharges Vombalysts and the Hydrolyst. You must prioritize shooting these ones as the Hydrolyst is immune to damage if the Vombalysts tether to them. The last new mechanic (relative to the Gauntalyst) is the green magnetic ground — which causes damage for as long as you step above it.
Similar to the Gauntalyst, you’ll also have Sky Bubbles. But the Hydrolyst’s sky bubbles are larger and can fall to the earth, inflicting damage if you don’t step out of its range.
So, the drill to defeat the Hydrolyst remains the same as the previous boss. Defeat the six Synovias attached to the Eidolon, grab everything with the help of the 3 lures, and gain the final round of valuable loot and experience.
Gear to Bring When Eidolon Hunting
Bring the following gear to help you defeat the Eidolon monster:
- Archwing launcher
- Energy Pads
- Health and armor pads
The Eidolons are weak to radiation and are strong against Crits — so keep that in mind while structuring your build. Consider the following sniper weapons to better handle the Eidolon:
- Rubico Prime
- Vectis Prime
These weapons come with great Crit perks that make them too good to pass up. The Rubico Prime is easier to build and can excel with the right mod spread in consideration with its high Crit stat.
The Vectis Prime requires a Primed Chamber and a riven with a Crit chance. They also improve your shot multiplier after the second shot, bleeding damage faster than the first shot.
Best Operator Focus School
- Zenurik : Helps improve’s your Warframe’s heavy melee attacks. It also improves energy regen when enhanced with a Void Dash, while also benefiting from crowd control through Void-based attacks.
- Vazarin: Helps improve’s Warframe’s health pool and regeneration abilities, further improved by regenerative Void Mode. Can also absorb damage taken by allies, while granting them shields through Void Blast.
- Madurai : Increases your amp when you leave Void Mode once you get the Waybounds from Zenurik for this. Inner Gaze and Eternal Gaze also improves your energy limits.
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A beginner's guide to Warframe: Plains of Eidolon
Where to start, what to do, and how best to spend your time in Warframe's biggest update ever.
Plains of Eidolon, Warframe’s 22nd major update, dprd more than give the free-to-play shooter an open-world shot in the arm. It also introduced a whole slew of new systems, upgrades, and activities to go with it—not to mention an entirely new economy of resources you'll need to farm to unlock those new upgrades.
As we've already said, Plains of Eidolon isn't the best place to be spending your time as a new player. It offers too few of the valuable resources you'll need early on, so you're better off sticking with the main campaign until you've completed The Second Dream and War Within main story quests.
That said, Plains of Eidolon is a vast and beautiful zone, and we wouldn't blame you for wanting to spend some time there even if it's not the most efficient way to gear up as a newbie. But whether you're a veteran or a new player, Plains of Eidolon's new systems like mining, fishing, and monster hunting are a lot to swallow in what’s already a tremendously complex game. For that reason, we’re breaking down the basics of what makes this new update tick—plus a few general tips on how best to spend your time.
First things first
Before you even step foot on the wide-open Plains of Eidolon, it would behoove you to research an Archwing Launcher Segment —assuming your clan hasn’t done so already.
This nonspecific-sounding device isn’t vital. It is, however, a mighty convenient tool for getting around the update’s massive map. Once constructed, the launcher will allow you to summon an Archwing , Warframe's jetpack equivalent, at any time inside the new zone. Not only does this allow you to fly around willy nilly, skipping past enemy encampments and otherwise inaccessible terrain, you can also summon Archwings for friends to use in order to keep up with you.
The downside is that the launcher requires a considerable amount of rare resources to research and construct. It also takes 72 hours to finish synthesizing the blueprints in a clan’s Tenno Lab, plus another 12 hours to construct.
If you're brand new to Warframe, you won't be able to use your Archwing until unlocking Earth and completing several secondary objectives to unlock the Mars Junction (which lets you travel to Mars). Once that is done, you'll be able to start The Archwing quest , a relatively short series of quests that will give you all the blueprints you'll needed to craft this jetpack.
Even if you don’t plan on hitting up the Plains anytime soon, do the The Archwing quest first and start construction on both it and the requisite Archwing Launcher Segment. The Archwing will save you a lot of time hoofing it on the ground.
Where to start
Besides an admittedly nice little cutscene showing your Warframe arriving at the settlement of Cetus, Plains of Eidolon doesn’t exactly tell you where to go or what to do first. Allow us to rectify that oversight with the first few things you should do and buy on the Earth colony.
The Plains of Eidolon is entirely unlike any area in Warframe. The main town of Cetus is a public instance that can house up to 50 players at one time, while the Plains themselves are a vast open world where squads of up to four players can run around adventuring. There is a real-time day and night cycle, with day lasting 100 minutes and night lasting just 50. The daytime is safest for new players because once the sun sets towering Eidolon Teralysts stalk the plains. These behemoths are extremely powerful and can only be killed by endgame players. You can still head out at night if you want, but be prepared for a difficulty spike. There is no real in-game indicator of time in Warframe, so use this website to track when the sun will set.
Here's the first two things you should do, in order:
- Talk to Konzu . You can’t do much of anything on the Plains of Eidolon without the currency known as Ostron Standing. When you first arrive at the new location, the only way to earn such standing is by doing bounties for Konzu. So complete one straight off the bat before doing anything else (there’s more on that in the next section).
- Accept and complete the Saya’s Vigil quest . This unlocks after completing your very first bounty, after which it can be accepted from Konzu. Saya’s Vigil takes you on a guided tour of the Plains with slow, scripted teasing of various locations and events. You’ll spelunk through an ore-rich cave system, meet your very first Eidolon—the terrifying monstrosities that roam the Plains at night, and get a general lay of the land that makes acclimating to the new zone much easier. On top of that, the quest gives you something to strive for by nudging you towards finding components of the new Warframe, Gara (more on her below).
- Earn 1000 Ostron Standing from completing the bounty missions Konzu offers. You'll need this first bit of currency to unlock mining and fishing, which we'll talk about more below.
- Continue doing bounties, while spending your new Ostron Standing on better fishing and mining gear. For new players, head back to the main campaign and begin working towards unlocking The Second Dream and War Within quests to fully unlock everything you need for Plains of Eidolon. Veterans can begin hunting Eidolon Teralysts and grinding for better gear, which we explain below.
Ostron Standing and how to get it
The Ostron are the people of Cetus, the settlement around which Plains of Eidolon is centered. They’re also the backbone of Warframe’s open-world update. So you want to be on their good side. Luckily, their goodwill is clearly represented with “standing.” And similar to standing gained with Warframe’s existing Syndicates or Cephalon Simaris, there’s a limit to how much you can earn per day: 1000 multiplied by your profile’s Mastery Rank , plus another 1000.
Standing is used to both buy gear from Ostron vendors and to level up your overall ranking with the settlement. Each new rank opens a new tier of items that must also be purchased with more standing. The combined costs add up quickly. Which is why we’ve listed where to focus your earning and buying efforts below.
If the Ostron are the backbone of Plains of Eidolon, then bounties are the backbone of the Ostron. The multi-stage missions set in the Plains are the most efficient way to earn standing by far—not to mention a subset of gear and crafting materials you won’t find anywhere else.
Konzu refreshes his list of bounties every two hours.
To initiate a bounty, hit up Konzu at the northmost end of Cetus. He’s just below the giant door leading into the Plains. You’ll find that his missions are split into five categories—each more difficult than the last. Of course, harder bounties also yield greater rewards. These bounties can be completed multiple times for the rare loot drops (like Gara's blueprints), but they'll only offer Ostron Standing once. Fortunately, Konzu refreshes his list of bounties every two hours (essentially after each in-game day/night cycle), so check back in the morning so you can earn the Ostron Standing again.
Once you actually select a bounty, you’ll be sent into the Plains. The quest will be broken down into several steps (with harder bounties taking more to complete). The upside is that each step rewards its own share of standing. You won’t get the bonus reward unless you complete the full bounty, but this way even a failed one is worth something.
Incursions are basically mini-bounties. You don’t collect them from Konzu. Instead, they pop up automatically while you’re roaming the Plains without an active objective. You’ll be given a heads-up message via radio and told to reach a certain location within a certain amount of time.
There will be a one-stage mission waiting for you once you get to the incursion site. Complete it to earn a stipend of standing and a light bonus reward (usually crafting materials, credits, or mods).
Turning in Materials
Besides bounty and incursion-based combat encounters, you can also turn in materials gathered from the Plains for Ostron Standing. Said materials include fish and gems, which are gathered by fishing and mining. We’ve included more specifics on both of these activities farther down. In the meantime, know that neither is the best method of acquiring standing.
Early on, about a dozen ore deposits’ worth of gems are worth just a couple hundred standing—or about what you can earn from just one phase of a mid-tier bounty. Beyond that, gems and ore are used as weapon crafting materials and as an additional cost to level up with the Ostron.
By hanging onto the resources from the get go—especially the rarer gems that can be sold for standing—you’ll save yourself a lot of grief down the line. The same goes for spearfishing. Instead of standing, fish can be converted into materials with a variety of uses—not least among them is the Fish Oil that’s needed to power your Archwing on the Plains of Eidolon.
The Ostron aren’t the only new faction in Plains of Eidolon. Once you’ve beaten The War Within and Saya’s Vigil story quests you can unlock a more secretive group called The Quills. Head up the staircase northeast of Konzu in Cetus to find them behind a blue door. This door can be opened by switching to Operator mode—which you'll fully unlock after beating The War Within.
Earning standing for The Quills is much more specialized and difficult than with the Ostron. You need to turn in Intact, Exceptional, and Flawless Sentient Cores at the hidden outpost for 100, 500, and 1200 standing apiece. The only way to earn said cores is from killing Eidolons. You can learn all about that process in our full guide.
How mining works
Mining is exactly what it sounds like. The Plains of Eidolon are filled with rocky outcroppings marked by red and blue veins of ore and gems, respectively. You’ll almost certainly stumble upon them while exploring, but you’ll need a Nosam Cutter to actually carve out the stoney treasure troves.
You can purchase your first cutter from Old Man Suumbaat in Cetus. He’s the NPC marked with a pickaxe on your map. Although you’ll need to complete a bounty or two first to afford its 500 standing pricetag.
The most helpful tip we can offer about mining is to do it while you’re already leveling up your standing with the Ostron. Each grade of Nosam Cutter comes with built-in radar for ore deposits. If you equip it while leaping from one bounty objective to the next, you can make periodic stops to collect ore on the way. That will save you time and effort hunting the right randomized minerals for crafting and leveling up your Ostron Standing later.
How fishing works
Fishing in Warframe is even more straightforward than mining. Which is great, since anyone spending a great deal of time on the Plains of Eidolon will want to do it somewhat regularly. The reason being that Fish Oil, one of the basic rewards for fishing, is necessary to craft charges for your Archwing Launcher Segment so you can fly over and around the open zone.
To begin fishing, purchase a spear from Hai-Luk in Cetus for 500 Ostron Standing. They're marked by a fish icon on the map. Then just equip the thing near a body of water to make fish appear. When they do, you can aim and throw the spear the same way you’d fire any normal weapon, albeit with a travel time. Just be sure to lead your target.
Fishing is a bit less efficient than mining in that you can’t just clear out a vein and move on. The critters only spawn into the world when you stay put at a body of water. On the plus side, as far as fishing minigames go, Warframe’s is a lot fun and relaxing. It might not be as conducive to multitasking as mining, but it’s a great way to unwind while you grind out standing and crafting materials or wait for a blueprint to craft.
Crafting Zaws, Amps, and Arcanes
Each of these aforementioned activities—bounties, fishing, mining, and Eidolon hunting itself—are all in service of buying and crafting your way to the top. Even with its new open zone, Warframe is still a loot game, after all. Its endgame amounts to making your character as powerful as possible.
If you're immediately interested in obtaining Gara as a newer player, it's possible but it will take time. The Warframe requires three component blueprints which are randomly awarded from various bounties (explained below). From there, you'll need a combination of fairly common resources along with some mid-tier materials exclusive to the Plains of Eidolon that will require a bit of grinding in order to get. It's not an impossible task for a new player, but you might want to consider investing your time leveling up your current Warframe first or working towards the recommended newbie favorites like Rhino .
The most accessible steps on that road to new power are the Zaws . This new class of melee weapon is the first-ever set of fully customizable gear. You build them from the ground up by combining different grips, links, and strikes that determine what kinds of damage, movesets, and special abilities each custom Zaw offers.
Zaw parts and upgrades are purchasable from Hok in Cetus. His shop is the one marked by a hammer and anvil on your map, but you might want to wait just a minute before visiting. You won’t have immediate access to his best blueprints right away and even his cheapest wares cost a decent chunk of Ostron Standing.
Unless you’re just itching to make your own custom weapon, Ostron Standing is best saved for ranking up with the Ostron.
High level players will almost certainly have equal or better gear than the first tier of Zaws available to them. Unless you’re just itching to make your own custom weapon, Ostron Standing is best saved for ranking up with the Ostron. That way you can permanently unlock access to better gear rather than wasting your time with the lower, weaker tiers.
Amp crafting is another story. These gauntlets are weapons used in Operator Mode, powering up their Void Beam and giving them a new energy pool to draw from rather than their generic Void Energy. The system—accessible from The Quills’ secret station inside Cetus—is largely identical to the three-part system of making Zaws. The difference is that Amps are brand new to Plains of Eidolon, and are meant for for late-game players. There's plenty of room to improve and experiment with combinations as they're not a replacement to a regular weapon like Zaws are.
Plains of Eidolon also introduces a suite of new Arcane Enhancements , permanent upgrades for Zaws and Operators themselves. These are crafted from Eidolon Shards, which you get from taking down the monstrous Eidolon Teralysts that wander around at night. They allow a bit of wiggle room when it comes to tailoring your Zaw's powers and abilities. In the case of Operators, it’s a straightforward passive upgrade.
As a newer player, your efforts are best spent on gathering Ostron Standing and spending it on fishing and mining gear, farming their resources and completing bounties. From there, begin ranking up with the Ostron while working through the main campaign to eventually unlock Operator Mode from The Second Dream and War Within Quests. Once you're closer to Warframe's proper endgame, you can begin investing your Ostron Standing in Plains of Eidolon's more costly pursuits, like Arcanes, Amps, and Zaws while also looking to hunt the Eidolon Teralysts.
Plains of Eidolon's massive new zone is accompanied by an equally large grind. But the trick is knowing which systems to focus on at which stage of your time with Warframe. You don't have to focus on everything at once, especially as a new player. Now, armed with a bit of that knowledge and where to start, you should be well-equipped to tackle Warframe’s biggest update yet.
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Eidolon Shard Farming Guide (Best Places To Farm Eidolon Shards)
Eidolon Shards are directly connected to the big beings found on the Plains of Eidolon.
These rare components have various uses, although they are mostly used later on to get focus which empowers the operator and helps them with missions. That is true of all but the standard Eidolon Shard.
Go to the Plains of Eidolon during the night to look for Eidolon Shards and defeat the world bosses. Maybe begin with defeating and capturing the Teralyst.
This lets you continue or else, if you have got a Brilliant Eidolon Shard for capturing the Teralyst, you can face the Gantulyst.
Take out the Gantulyst and you can then summon and face the Hydrolyst, as long as the Teralyst is captured and you got a Radiant Eidolon Shard.
Repeat the capture of all these bosses to farm Eidolon Shards. The quicker you can defeat and capture them, the quicker you will be able to farm Eidolon Shards.
Consider two runs for a good session. Sometimes though, you will need to bring a squad or at least one powerful build.
Where To Farm Eidolon Shards in Warframe?
Only the Plains of Eidolon has this resource, because this is where you fight the world bosses. You will be most likely to encounter the Teralyst walking around the plains at night.
The Gantulyst and the Hydrolyst arrive in order and have to be summoned by the Eidolon Shrine. You can find this in the center of Gara Toht Lake.
In order to put shards in the shrine for summing the next boss, you will need to pick up Eidolon Shards which a Teralyst has dropped.
Different Eidolon Shard Types
There are currently 4 different types of Eidolon Shard in Warframe.
#1 Eidolon Shard (classic)
This is the standard type and the first you are going to find in Warframe. This will drop from the Teralyst who is the first boss.
You need the Eidolon Shard to exchange for focus, as well as to craft the Paracesis Melee weapon.
You can get it by capturing or killing the different world bosses in the Plains of Eidolon.
This is how many Eidolon Shard each enemy boss will drop if killed or captured in the Plains of Eidolon:
- Teralyst: 1
- Gantulyst: 3
- Hydroyst: 5
#2 Brilliant Eidolon Shard
This is more valuable and rarer than the Eidolon Shard which you can use to unbind way-bound operator nodes. You can unlock and upgrade these using focus.
However, if you also use Brilliant Eidolon Shards , you can make the way-bound nodes get other schools to use the unbound ones.
Way-bound nodes are those different schools can share.
You can exchange the Brilliant Eidolon Shard for 25,000 focus. These shards re also needed if you want to go to the Eidolon Shrine and summon the Gantulyst.
Capturing the various world bosses with Eidolon Lures, you will get this many Brilliant Eidolon Shards:
- Eidolon Teralyst: 1
- Eidolon Gantulyst: 1
- Eidolon Hydrolyst: 2
#3 Radiant Eidolon Shard
These are the most valuable Warframe shields. You can only get them by beating the strongest world bosses. Exchange them for 40,000 focus.
Use these shards at the Eidolon Shrine to summon the Eidolon Hydrolyst.
This is how many Radiant Eidolon Shards you need to do so:
- Eidolon Gantulyst – 1 Radiant Eidolon Shard
- Eidolon Hydrolyst – 2 Radiant Eidolon Shards
#4 Synthetic Eidolon Shards
These aren’t connected with Hydrolyst, Gantulyst or Teralyst, but are more like a bonus. They are less valuable versions of the classic Eidolon Shards.
You can convert them into 5,000 focus to upgrade your operator school. Get them for doing the Sanctuary Onslaught mission. You might get them as a Rotation B reward.
You will find Eidolon Shards to be vital during the late game in Warframe. They are used mainly to upgrade operators by exchanging them for focus.
You farm them by defeating the three world bosses found in the Plains of Eidolon, and then repeating it.
Not a lot of players can do this solo, although some do come up with tactics to do it.
Try to join a squad if possible, because capturing the bosses is better than just killing them. It gives you more Eidolon Shards if you capture them.
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By (XBOX)The Great 3G , December 9, 2018 in Retour sur la Bêta
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Ne pourrait-il pas y avoir un autre moyen d'obtenir des eclats d'eidolon? Je suis un joueur solo, et sur Xbox One, personne ne répond quand on demande le l'aide pour affronter le teralyst. Il ne serait pas possible d'en obtenir plus simplement pour les joueurs solo?
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Les Eidolons sont spécifiquement conçus pour être du contenu multijoueur de haut niveau, un peu comme les Raids. De plus, l'obtention d'éclats eidolon sert presque uniquement à améliorer de l'équipement qui sert à affronter les Eidolons, donc à obtenir plus d'éclats eidolons. Si ce sont les Arcanes qui t'intéressent, ils peuvent s'échanger donc tu as la possibilité de farmer autre chose pour du platinum et ensuite acheter les arcanes à d'autres joueurs.
Si tu veux vraiment insister pour jouer solo, ce contenu n'est pas vraiment intéressant pour toi. Disons que d'une manière générale Warframe est conçu pour se jouer en multijoueur, le solo est seulement une option mais ça ne veut pas dire que tout peut se faire en solo. D'ailleurs le jeu est programmé pour donner moins de récompenses aux joueurs solo.
Cependant, avec beaucoup de forma et de farming, certains joueurs parviennent à faire des builds pour soloter les eidolons. Ou en tout cas le Teralyst. Généralement avec Chroma et Lanka, mais pas exclusivement.
Sinon une autre solution serait de te trouver un clan sympa, ça permettrait de mieux t'arranger pour trouver une escouade aux heures qui te conviennent.
D'accord, admettons... Mais dans ce cas, inclure l'épées Paracesis en demandant de la forger avec des eclats d'Eidolon revient limite à "punir" les joueur qui jouent en solo, car ça devient quasi impossible de le forger... Pourquoi créer une quete dont beaucoup de joueur ne pourrons jamais en retirer tous les profits, car ils ne pourront pas récuperer sa récompense, au final. Obtenir le plan, c'est bien, mais l'épée ce serait mieux...
Je m´étais dis la même chose jusqu'à que je réussisse à le faire en solo car j´aime jouer seul ( les 3 une fois pour l´instant, il faut encore que j´améliore mes équipements et l´opérateur sachant que le dernier je le capture au levé du jour)
Un conseil concernant les builds d'armes et d'armures utilisés pour y parvenir?
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The Plains of Eidolon has received a visual overhaul!
We’ve added a suite of improvements, including updated terrain textures, dynamic lighting, richly detailed trees and foliage, as well as a more nuanced day/night cycle. Plus, with all the technical improvements, the Plains runs smoother than ever!
Save The Creatures Of The Plains
You can now track and trap animals in the Plains! Master Teasonai will be your source for Echo-Lures as you work to get these animals to safety. Echo-Lures are not required as these animals continually roam the Plains, but calling them will bring them running (or flying!). A Conservation Badge and new Floofs from Master Teasonai await your efforts.
MERGOO An avian of ridiculous appearance found along coastal regions and by large bodies of water. Mergoo circle and squawk at the sight of marine predators. Many an Ostron fisher owes their life to these odd little birds. Killing one is considered very bad luck.
New Kuaka and Condroc variants can also be found throughout the vast Plains of Eidolon!
New Enemies: Tusk Thumpers Inbound
Reports of a new Grineer machine have spread to Cetus. Vay Hek has deployed Tusk Thumpers -- mobile defense platforms that are just as efficient as they are deadly. Be prepared to encounter three menacing Thumpers of increasing size and difficulty: the Tusk Thumper, the Tusk Thumper Bull, and the Tusk Thumper Doma.
Without a vulnerability to use to your advantage, you’ll need to identify and expose their weak spots to take them down as quickly as possible. Take too long, and they’ll release reinforcement drones.
When you're done with this roaming threat, make sure to pay a visit to Nakak! Trade in Resources to get a new Tusk Thumper Floof - there's one for each type of Thumper for you to collect!
New Tenno Reinforcement
Expand your personal armory with the newest Grineer Sparring Weapon.
KORRUDO Powerful pneumatic grips and toecaps amplify every blow. Four ways to deal twice the pain.