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    Warframe Tier List: Warframe Best Ranked Heroes in 2020

    It may sound risky to say that ‘Warframe tier list heroes’ is one of the best free games that we can play on PC, PS4, Xbox One or Switch, but it really is an essential jewel.

    ‘Warframe’ is a third-person shooter with amazing graphics and multiplayer action with space ninjas. As we move forward in the game, we will realize how many options you have, which will make us wonder how it is possible that it is free.

    My Review

    I tried the most recent edition of Warframe i.e the plains of Eidlon and must i say it changed the whole previous perspective of the game for me.

    These plains completely change the dynamics of ‘Warframe, which was previously divided by closed sectors that we accessed from the ship. These plains are an open world and, in turn, a pilgrimage point for the rest of the players. We will always have things to do and without having to return to the ship.

    Its world is so big that it is not seen completely with the map attached to the screen, and the game is in charge of offering us challenges at all times, even if we have not activated any contract. In addition, there are caves to discover and regions with harder and harder enemies.

    Among all we have to do in these plains, is the possibility of fishing. But not in the typical way of other RPGs, like ‘Breath of Fire IV’ or the recent ‘Battle Chasers Nightwear’ or ‘Final Fantasy XV’, but rather in a rustic way, Tom Hanks in Castaway, using the Lanzo fishing harpoon with great skill and patience.

    Before it is necessary to obtain it from the hands of the fisherwoman Hai-Luk, and after spending 500 points of Ostronita reputation. Then, it will be to look for any area with abundant water, aim with the harpoon … and wait for the first fish to emerge.

    It’s funny because the music will lower its volume and everything will take on a more relaxing look, away from the hustle and bustle of the Grinders. It is as if there is nothing else.

    The good thing is that fishing is quite straightforward. Just wait for a fish to appear, aim well and throw the harpoon. It is done. Or throw, or spin, or anything. Shoot and go.

    And it is not an activity without utility since from the different types of fish we can obtain materials if we fillet them, being one of them the fish oil, necessary for the manufacture of Archwings, the wings with which we can fly over the plains in the coolest way.

    Another activity that we can do on the Eidolon plains of ‘Warframe’ is mining. This is achieved thanks to the Nosam cutter that will grant us (previous payment with 500 points of Ostronita reputation) the old Suumbaat.

    Now, the process is not as relaxing or fun as fishing, because we will have to be aware of the Nosam sensor, which will begin to react when we are a few meters from the mineral in question.

     You will have to look very well and that the enemies are not around since to extract the mineral you will have to cut the stone following certain shapes patterns.

    In addition, obtaining resources is quite profitable, so it will take us too long to obtain the number of gems desired. Although this option is not surprising, as a complement to the aforementioned fishing and the great variety of missions of the main game, with more than twenty in total.

    As it happened to me in 2013 and throughout all these years, ‘Warframe’ overwhelms a lot at the beginning and both my colleagues and I had a hard time getting everything related to the arsenal, the Tenno equipment improvement process through the mods (the subject of polarity has a lot of crumbs), and the requirements of the Foundry.

     And that the game is unlocking things little by little …

    In the beginning, our ship has almost no active compartment, but as we complete missions of history we will access more posts that will allow us to access more functions, and the truth is that we have overcome the fear. It is a joy.

    And we are talking about a free-to-play that has been active since 2013 and that has not stopped receiving improvements and seeing its universe expanded. Others would charge us for it.

    I only know that I really want to continue now that I have better understood the theme of the mods and their rank, and I have so little left to unlock. In short words, I tried this game and I loved it and I am damn sure that you guys would love it as well.

    Now for you guys, I have collected all the heroes of warframe and provided them in various categories i.e. tiers or primes non-primes. Thi list will help you a lot in figuring out what hero you want to choose and what are its qualities.

    Tier 1 : High

    There are 10 heroes in the high tier of warframe out of which 7 are primes and 3 are not.

    Primes:

    There are 7 primes in the first tier of Warframe:

    1. Ash
    2. Banshee
    3. Excalibur
    4. hydroid
    5. Limbo
    6. Loki
    7. Valkyr

    Ash

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    Specialization: A very good one-trick pony. One of the most efficient killers in the game.
    Weaknesses: Low duration stealth skill.
    Tier: High
    Prime: Yes
    Health:  150
    Shield:  100
    Armor:  65
    Energy:  100

    Ash is an extremely efficient killer. His ultimate skill, Blade Storm, lets him mark various targets for death without interrupting his movement, so he can slaughter waves of enemies automatically while focusing on another group personally.

    He sports Warframe’s worst stealth skill, but even that’s not bad considering how powerful stealth is in general.

    Banshee

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    Specialization: Damage boosting powerhouse with crowd control.
    Weaknesses: Extremely squishy – especially without the prime version. A slightly high skill ceiling.
    Tier: High
    Prime: Yes
    Health:  100
    Shield:  100
    Armor:  15
    Energy:  150

    Banshee is a sonically themed Warframe with a very unique skill. Sonar marks enemies with special weak points that multiply damage dealt with by Banshee and her allies. She can also stun enemies and has a devastating AoE ultimate – particularly when paired with the Resonating Quake mod. The downside is that even her slightly tankier primer variant is awfully easy to kill.

    Excalibur

    Specialization: Melee-centric damage dealer with solid crowd control. It does well in just about every mission type.
    Weaknesses: New players can’t unlock his Prime upgrade.
    Tier: High
    Prime: Yes, but only for founding players. Excalibur also has a third variant gained by completing The Sacrifice story quest.
    Health:  100
    Shield:  100
    Armor:  225
    Energy:  100

    Excalibur is the game’s signature Warframe for good reason – he’s a starter ‘frame that scales well into just about every activity in the game. He’s a heavy damage dealer with solid crowd control that opens enemies up to melee finishers and stealth damage bonuses.

    Excalibur’s real asset, however, is his Exalted Blade – a summoned weapon that chops through enemies and launches energy blades that can travel through walls, and it even benefits from his passive bonus to all sword class weapons. He’s great for players who love melee combat.

    Hydroid

    Specialization: A versatile crowd controller with a drop boosting mod.
    Weaknesses: Pilfering Swarm requires some serious grinding to unlock.
    Tier: High
    Prime: Yes
    Health:  100
    Shield:  125
    Armor:  200
    Energy:  125

    Once a one-trick pony, Hydroid has become a master of crowd control – able to gather up foes as a living puddle and then hit them with an airstrike that strips armor. Most of his skills also open foes up to melee finishers.

    And if things get dicey he can even make himself invincible at the cost of energy. His signature skill, however, is using the Pilfering Swarm mod to increases resource drop rates for enemies killed by his ultimate.

    Limbo

    Specialization: A complex defender that requires team coordination.
    Weaknesses: Might make random squads angry on sight.
    Tier: High with a team or solo. Middle with strangers.
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 75
    Armor  65
    Energy 150

    Limbo is a strong Warframe that won’t make you any friends. The slightly complex class pulls enemies between planes of existence, which makes them “invulnerable” to your allies if they don’t follow you between dimensions.

    This has earned the defensive ‘frame a bad reputation that will get you yelled at in squad chat if you don’t use them properly. Play Limbo well or solo, however, and he offers amazing crowd control. Limbo can even freeze enemy bullets in midair for a short time.

    Loki

    Specialization: A stealthy, indirect crowd controller useful in most situations.
    Weaknesses: Radial Disarm isn’t as effective against Infested enemies.
    Tier: High
    Prime: Yes
    Health  75
    Shield 75
    Armor  65
    Energy 150

    Loki is yet another (some might say the definitive) stealth Warframe. He can make himself invisible for extended periods to buff his attacks with a stealth damage modifier. That makes him quite survivable, albeit indirectly so, and a good candidate for spy missions.

    His other major skill, Radial Disarm, permanently destroys nearby enemies’ weapons, which renders Grineer and Corpus foes almost completely harmless.

    Valkyr

    Specialization: A melee shredder with solid buffs and debuffs, plus total invulnerability.
    Weaknesses: Very poor energy efficiency.
    Tier: High
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 50
    Armor  600
    Energy 100

    Valkyr’s signature move, Hysteria, is an early game-changer. It allows the raging Warframe to pop claws and go to town on enemies at melee range, but its real upside is invulnerability – allowing her to way through the very enemies she rips to shreds without taking a hit.

    Her damage is converted into health, too, so she’s often back to full strength when the skill ends (which is sooner than you’d like thanks to its high energy drain). Some good damage buffs and debuffs around Valkyr’s kit out nicely.

    Non Primes:

    There are 3 Non prime heroes in high tier of Warframe:

    1. Equinox
    2. Harrow
    3. Nidus

    Equinox

    Specialization: Highly specialized, low-level AoE killer with some crowd control.
    Weaknesses: Eclectic abilities make it hard to mod Equinox without sacrificing one strength for another. Expensive to craft and extremely annoying to farm.
    Tier: High
    Prime: No
    Health:  100
    Shield:  100
    Armor:  100
    Energy:  150

    This is a dual-purpose Warframe in the most literal way possible. Equinox can switch between two stances – Night form and Day form – to gain different buffs and alter her AoE skills. Said skills offer everything from damage over time, to healing, to buffs and debuffs, to nukes, most of which are quite powerful and scale well.

    However, it’s hard to get the most out of all her abilities, as you simply won’t have the mod slots to maximize them all.

    Harrow

    Specialization: A manic support class with teeth.
    Weaknesses: The constant ability combos can be tiring.
    Tier: High
    Prime: No
    Health:  100
    Shield:  100
    Armor:  225
    Energy:  100

    Harrow is a strangely self-reliant support class that fits well into just about any squad, and his abilities combo almost perfectly. Condemn disables enemies while juicing Harrow with an over shield, Penance converts those shields into an incredible AoE weapon buff that also grants health.

    Thurible drains energy to generate energy on kills for Harrow and his allies, and Covenant shields allies while buffing weapon crits.

    Nidus

    Specialization: A tank with crowd control and ever-increasing damage that takes time to warm up.
    Weaknesses: Needs time and enemies to ramp up and use his abilities.
    Tier: High
    Prime: No
    Health  150
    Shield 0
    Armor  300
    Energy 100

    Nidus is another shield-less Warframe in the vein of Inaros with an equal focus on tanking. The difference is that Nidus needs extremely lengthy missions to reach his full potential.

    His basic skill, Virulence, builds stacks of a resource called “mutations” over time, which increase Virulence’s own damage, fuel his other abilities, and make him immune to death (as long as he has stacks).

    This makes him a perfect candidate for endless missions like survival, but unfortunately, his mutations reset after every wave of Sanctuary Onslaught.

    Tier 2: Top

    There are 9 heroes in the top tier of warframe out of which 4 are primes and 5 are not.

    Primes

    There are 4 primes in the top tier of Warframe:

    1. Rhino
    2. Nova
    3. Nekros
    4. Trinity

    Rhino

    Specialization: A nigh-invulnerable damage dealer with excellent crowd control. Truly classic.
    Weaknesses: Passive ability is pretty niche.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 150
    Armor  190
    Energy 100

    Every new player should absolutely pick up Rhino as quickly as possible. The tank among tanks is a solid and simple early Warframe that can yawn his way through most of the game’s early content.

    He doesn’t drop off at higher levels, either, with his high damage scaling and skills that literally make him invincible. His signature Iron Skin ability will protect you while you learn the ropes of Warframe, while his ultimate, Rhino Stomp, can clean up low-level missions once you do know what you’re doing.

    Nova

    Specialization: Best-in-class crowd controller with a nasty nuke to boot. Her portals speed up long missions better than any other ‘frame.
    Weaknesses: On the squishy side.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 75
    Armor  65
    Energy 150

    Nova is a champion of crowd control. Her ultimate ability is so good at it that, even if she didn’t also have an impressive nuke and nice utility, she’d still be one of the best Warframes in the game. Said ultimate primes enemies a damage debuff – that is to say any damage they take is multiplied.

    Foes that die under this effect explode, often causing chain reactions that cause their fellows to explode and so on, and if that weren’t enough then affected enemies are slowed (or sped up with certain farming builds) as well. Nova can also spawn a powerful AoE nuke and create portals for squadmates to cover long distances in a flash.

    Nekros

    Specialization: Almost exclusively used for loot grinding and indirect support on endless missions.
    Weaknesses: Summoning skill conflicts with his farming skills. Decent crowd control is outclassed by other Warframes.
    Tier: Top for farming. Low for everything else.
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 90
    Armor  65
    Energy 100

    Nekros might just be the most highly specialized class in Warframe. He’s almost exclusively used for his skill Desecrate, which causes enemy corpses to drop loot a second time. That’s great for farming resources and health/energy orbs on endless missions, otherwise it adds no tactical value to whatsoever.

    He has some okay crowd control and the ability to summon the dead to fight for him – yet the summoned allies slow down the rate at which enemies spawn, conflicting with his loot farming specialty.

    Trinity

    Specialization: A classic healer that’s nearly indestructible with the right build.
    Weaknesses: Very low armor (which is offset by her skills anyway).
    Tier: Top
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 100
    Armor  15
    Energy 150

    If Rhino is the tank among tanks then Trinity is the support among supports. She offers everything an aspiring Warframe squad might need: infinite energy, infinite healing, and damage reduction.

    Two of her skills are also powerful single-target stuns, and modded correctly she can even become the strongest tank in the game – making her a solo badass as well as a support powerhouse. She’s been near the top of Warframe’s meta for longer than anyone can remember.

    Non Primes:

    There are 5 Non-primes in the top tier of Warframe:

    1. Chroma
    2. Octavia
    3. Mesa
    4. Inaros
    5. Ivara

    Chroma

    Specialization: Versatile tank with incredible team-wide damage buffs.
    Weaknesses: A complicated character with intense crafting requirements to create and upgrade.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: No
    Health:  100
    Shield:  100
    Armor:  350
    Energy:  100

    Chroma can be exceptionally versatile thanks to his passive, Elemental Alignment, which alters his abilities depending on the cosmetic color you apply to him before missions.

    Although he’s mostly used for his incredible survivability and damage buffs, given the right setup this buff outclasses nearly anything else in the game. Which makes Chroma the go-to Warframe for hunting massive Eidolon bosses.

    Octavia

    Specialization: Divine damage support the AoE killer.
    Weaknesses: Acting on rhythm can be tricky in the heat of battle.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: No
    Health  100
    Shield 125
    Armor  75
    Energy 150

    The idea of a rhythm-based Warframe might be intimidating at first. It’s absolutely worth it to farm and use Octavia, however, as she’s almost undeniably the strongest ‘frame in the game. That’s largely thanks to her infinitely scaling damage in the form of Mallet, as this skill summons an invincible orb that entices enemies to stop what they’re doing and shoot it.

    That damage is then multiplied and blasted out in an AoE on-beat with the Mallet’s pre-programmed song. If that weren’t enough you can make the Mallet mobile with Octavia’s second, and if those weren’t enough the Warframe and her allies can also trigger buffs by crouching, jumping, and attacking on-beat with her own tune.

    Octavia’s ultimate also multiplies weapon damage based on noise (which is constant in Warframe), meaning her damage output and crowd control are truly on another level.

    Mesa

    Specialization: A dual pistol-wielding defender that kills with speed and precision.
    Weaknesses: Extremely annoying to farm.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: No
    Health  125
    Shield 75
    Armor  65
    Energy 100

    Mesa players should believe the best defense is a good offense. She provides a damage buff that cycles between teammates while jamming enemy guns (effectively stunning them). The gunslinger Warframe can also reduce and reflect up to 95 percent of incoming damage, making her deceptively tanky in her own right.

    But it’s her ultimate skill, Peacemaker, that sets her apart, as she trades mobility and energy over time to auto-target every enemy in her line of sight with massive, scaling damage. As such she’s great at locking down areas, by simply killing everything that approaches.

    Inaros

    Specialization: Self-healing, self-resurrecting tank with high crowd control and (potentially) infinite energy.
    Weaknesses: Self-resurrection passive is a little unwieldy.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: No
    Health:  550
    Shield:  0
    Armor:  200
    Energy:  100

    Inaros is unquestioningly one of the best Warframes in the game to date. The sand-based class forgoes shields entirely in favor of high armor that can be further increased by his ultimate ability, and this safely gives him infinite energy with Rage or Hunter Adrenaline mods.

    His other abilities let him stun single targets indefinitely, open enemies to finishers, heal, and even resurrect from death by draining life from foes. Once Inaros gets going he’s very difficult to stop.

    Ivara

    Specialization: Ranged damage with a smattering of utility.
    Weaknesses: A huge pain to farm.
    Tier: Top
    Prime: No
    Health  75
    Shield 100
    Armor  65
    Energy 175

    Ivara is an exceptionally versatile Warframe that offers utility, long-term invisibility, and massive damage. She can trick enemies into bunching up before using her signature bow to knock them out and tear them apart.

    She’s good for both tremendous single-target damage or cutting down enemies in waves. Ivara’s utility and stealth skills make her a strong pick in any activity – especially spy missions.

    Tier 3: Middle

    There are 8 heroes in the high tier of warframe out of which 6 are primes and 2 are not.

    Primes:

    There are 6 primes in the middle tier of Warframe:

    1. Frost
    2. Mag
    3. Saryn
    4. Oberon
    5. Vauban
    6. Zephyr

    Frost

    Specialization: The number one defensive Warframe. Great for Defense and Excavation missions.
    Weaknesses: Not especially versatile. His Snow Globes can require some babysitting.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 150
    Armor  300
    Energy 100

    Frost doesn’t do much but does it better than just about every other class in the game. He locks down locations and enemies with ease as the game’s premier defensive Warframe. His Snow Globe ability can create a force field to trivialize most defense missions.

    Mag

    Specialization: A jack-of-all-trades support and crowd controller. Her abilities can set up bigger moves.
    Weaknesses: Direct damage from abilities is fairly centralized.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  75
    Shield 150
    Armor  65
    Energy 125

    Mag splits the difference between support and crowd control. She transforms enemies into living magnets that tug their – along with incoming projectiles – toward the center. That makes it much easier for allies to land headshots and small AoE attacks with maximum effect.

    It works well with Mag’s own Polarize, which strips enemy shields and armor while giving shields back to nearby allies.

    Saryn

    Specialization: Infectious damage dealer with a couple of tricks.
    Weaknesses: Her ability combo takes a while to get going while other Warframes can kill outright.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  125
    Shield 100
    Armor  175
    Energy 150

    Saryn is a totally decent, if slightly complicated, AoE killer. She focuses on spreading toxic, corrosive, and viral damage among crowds, with the latter damage type making her especially good at killing high-level enemies since it reduces their maximum health by half without having to do actual damage.

    Volt

    Specialization: A unique utility class with solid crowd control.
    Weaknesses: Electric Shield is a bit unwieldy compared to standard damage buffs.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 150
    Armor  15
    Energy 100

    What started as a fairly simple “spellcaster” class has morphed over time into an eclectic utility character. Volt’s massive movement speed buff is a godsend to him and his teammates on large missions (such as during Cetus bounties), and his ultimate is a strong AoE stun.

    Yet his most unusual skill is Electric Shield – a stationary energy field that Volt can pick up and use as an actual shield. Allies that shoot through it will charge their fire with electric and bonus critical damage, which makes it popular for greasing Earth’s Eidolon bosses.

    Zephyr

    Specialization: A slightly strange crowd controller with high aerial mobility.
    Weaknesses: Signature skill is unreliable.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  150
    Shield 150
    Armor  15
    Energy 100

    Zephyr is a bit of an odd duck. Her skills are largely centered around keeping her airborne, as from there she can cast other skills at reduced cost and dive bomb to knock enemies down. It’s a unique and solid form of crowd control, but requires setup that feels more thematic than useful.

    Her ultimate is much more traditional – it summons tornadoes that whip enemies into the air and distribute damage when shot. You can increase that effect by throwing concussion grenades, Zephyr’s Airbursts, into the cyclones.

    Unfortunately, the windy skill is a bit unreliable as it slowly moves across the battlefield, yet her mix of movement and wide area control makes Zephyr a strong player on the Plains of Eidolon.

    Oberon

    Specialization: A damage dealing healer best suited for defense and escort missions.
    Weaknesses: Requires targets to stay in certain areas he creates. The utility is a bit unreliable.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  125
    Shield 100
    Armor  150
    Energy 100

    Oberon shouldn’t be your first choice for a support. That isn’t to say he’s a bad one, as the faerie king is a perfectly serviceable healer with some perks. He can strip enemy armor, remove allied status effects, and manage crowds.

    The downside is that most of this requires enemies and allies to stay in a certain area, so Oberon fills a nice niche somewhere between defense and support.

    Vauban

    Specialization: A straightforward defense class.
    Weaknesses: Half his skills are largely ignored. Farming him also requires you to watch for special, time-limited missions every day.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 75
    Armor  50
    Energy 150

    Vauban is a straightforward defender with strong crowd control. His ultimate summons miniature black holes that manage foes while his signature skill, Bastille, traps enemies in midair. The rest of his skills aren’t anything to write home about, which is likely why he’s scheduled for a rework.

    Non Primes

    There are 2 Non primes in the middle tier of Warframe

    • Gara
    • Khora

    Gara

    Specialization: A complex but mathematically powerful defender/support hybrid.
    Weaknesses: Not especially versatile. His Snow Globes can require some babysitting.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: No
    Health  100
    Shield 100
    Armor  125
    Energy 150

    At first blush Gara seems like a poor person’s Frost. The truth is much more complicated. Gara is a defensive Warframe that relies on ability combos to confuse, disable, and eventually damage foes.

    Her glass constructs confuse enemies into damaging themselves and block them from entering certain areas. All the while, she can cast a powerful buff that negates up to 90 percent of incoming damage on herself and her allies. You just might need to spend some time reading her wiki.

    Khora

    Specialization: A jack-of-all-trades pet class with damage, healing, and crowd control.
    Weaknesses: Companion A.I. is unreliable. It doesn’t outshine other ‘frames in any one area. It can be a pain to farm.
    Tier: Middle
    Prime: No
    Health  125
    Shield 100
    Armor  275
    Energy 125

    Khora is a heavy hitter masquerading as a disabler. She can use whips and chains to snare enemies, before following up with high damage strikes. This splashes onto the captured enemies and, depending on what skills she’s using, often kills her foes before they can tangle each other further.

    She also comes with an innate pet that, while powerful, suffers from Warframe’s frankly subpar A.I., although the companion does lend Khora a degree of healing.

    Tier 4: Low

    There are 6 heroes in the low tier of warframe out of which 2 are primes and 4 are not.

    Primes:

    There are 2 primes in the low tier of Warframe:

    1. Ember
    2. Nyx

    Ember

    Specialization: Extremely straightforward AoE damage.
    Weaknesses: Chews through energy. Has trouble killing armored enemies.
    Tier: Low
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 100
    Armor  150
    Energy 100

    Ember is an incredibly single-minded AoE damage dealer, and she was once famous for her ability to annihilate low-level missions. Now her damage scales better, but penalties to range and energy consumption make her less effective at wiping entire levels. She doesn’t offer much else besides some crowd control.

    Nyx

    Specialization: A would-be crowd controller with temporary invincibility and not much else.
    Weaknesses: Unreliable lockdown. Her tank ability, while powerful, requires grinding for a mod to be fully effective.
    Tier: Low
    Prime: Yes
    Health  100
    Shield 100
    Armor  15
    Energy 100

    On paper Nyx is a perfectly fine crowd controller with a get out of jail free card in the form of her ultimate. In practice, she’s mostly useful as a tank and not for much else. That’s because her primary crowd control skill, Chaos, is simply outclassed.

    The skill inflicts a confusion effect on nearby foes—causing them to attack enemies and allies alike. The problem is that so many other Warframes offer total crowd control by blinding, reliably disarming, stunning, or just plain killing.

    Chaos is unreliable by comparison and isn’t helped by two mostly useless skills. Her ultimate, however, can combine with the Assimilate mod to make her effectively invincible as long as she has energy.

    Non Primes

    There are 4 Non Primes in the low tier of War frame.

    1. Atlas
    2. Nezha
    3. Titania
    4. Wukong

    Atlas:

    Atlas

    Specialization: Mediocre melee brawler.
    Weaknesses: Three out of four skills are mostly useless.
    Tier: Low
    Prime: No
    Health  100
    Shield 100
    Armor  450
    Energy 150

    This stony fellow doesn’t offer much besides his first skill, Landslide, which allows Atlas to punch foes in rapid succession for decent damage. His other skills are too slow, unreliable, or niche to see much use.

    Nezha

    Specialization: Supersonic semi-support that relies on his abilities to stay alive.
    Weaknesses: “Basically a worse Rhino,” according to some.
    Tier: Low
    Prime: No
    Health  75
    Shield 75
    Armor  175
    Energy 150

    Often unfavorably compared to Rhino, Nezha is a super speedy, super fragile Warframe. His low health and shields are offset by a skill that stops damage altogether (hence the Rhino comparison) and reflects it back at enemies. His ultimate offers decent crowd control, while some augment mods increase his ability to support allies.

    Titania

    Specialization: An unwieldy would-be support and crowd controller that’s the only sort of good at dealing damage.
    Weaknesses: Just about everything.
    Tier: Low
    Prime: No
    Health  100
    Shield 100
    Armor  65
    Energy 100

    Titania is a bit of a mess and has been since the character was first introduced. Most of her skills are theoretically useful, but simply don’t function in practice. Her crowd control is unwieldy, as the buffs she can extract from enemies are randomized and uselessly minor.

    Her ultimate, Razorwing, lets her shrink down and fly around like The Wasp – blasting enemies with admittedly powerful weapons. Unfortunately, this mode uses Warframe’s much-maligned Archwing controls, though thankfully developer Digital Extremes has promised a Titania to rework sometime soon.

    Wukong

    Specialization: A melee-focused tank.
    Weaknesses: Next to zero utility. His melee abilities are just fine.
    Tier: Low
    Prime: No
    Health  100
    Shield 125
    Armor  225
    Energy 100

    Wukong is an effectively immortal Warframe (so long as he has energy) with a melee focus. That’s about it. The character has next to no utility outside of a small AoE stun, and he’s seemingly another candidate for a rework.

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