Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Prisma Grakata Build 2018 (Guide) - The Grineer Underdog (Warframe Gameplay)

There are plenty of weapons around Mastery Rank 11, but few can pack as big of a punch as the Prisma Grakata. I wasn't expecting this weapon to perform as well as it did but I'm happy to say that it surprised me. Some weapons that Baro sells aren't worth anything past their xp value, but this is not the case with the Prisma Grakata. Overall an awesome Rifle that I fully recommend with either a slash / Hunter Munitions build or a standard Elemental Build.

Hey guys, hello and welcome back. As always, my name is Leyzar and today we're gonna be diving deeper into this Mastery Rank 11 Primary Weapon. I have a couple of builds laid out for you guys, something cheap and affordable, something anybody can get into, but of course we also have an Endgame setup with a Riven. That being said please keep in mind that my builds and guides usually take a more New Player Friendly approach, so if you're a veteran of the game, please have a little patience. And with that out of the way let's jump into the Prisma Grakata.

First of all let's take a general presentation of the weapon so you can see how it handles without any mods equipped. This is about 25 - 30 meters away from the target and I'm gonna simply start spraying. As you can see (in the video) the recoil is quite spiky, even at full fire it doesn't fully stabilize, it still kind of jumps around a little bit, the fire rate is quite awesome and, as you can see you got plenty of bullets to put into your target. Unfortunately the accuracy of the Prisma Grakata is definitely nothing special, the problem isn't necessary the weapon's accuracy "per sei" ... is more that spiky recoil, but let's jump in the stats and see exactly what we're dealing with.

First of all, Mod capacity is 60 out of 60 and if yours has 30 out of 30 then jump into actions and plug in an Orokin Catalyst. The Orokin Catalyst can be obtained from alerts, invasions, especially after Dev streams, or, you have the option of paying 20 Plat for it, and you are gonna need it to maximize your Grakata.





My weapon has been format a total of six times because I needed to test a whole bunch of combinations, but for the weapon builds I'm recommending you guys ... 4 should be enough.
Unfortunately most Prisma weapons ... I think all Prisma weapons ... come without any polarization at all. 

Accuracy is twenty point six, which again is not bad, is actually quite nice, the problem is the recall and there's no indication of how big the recoil is unfortunately on the stats page.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Lenz Build 2018 (Guide) - The Space Bow (Warframe Gameplay)

Just as soon as I think that Warframe showcases to many "classic" weapons I find something like this.
The Lenz is a futuristic take on the Bow and it's wicked fun to use while being a bit dangerous as-well. While it does have many usability issues that can make it a niche pick there is no denying its destructive area of effect power this unique weapons has. If you want to try-out a "space bow" then look no further then the Lenz!

Hey guys, hello and welcome back. As always my name is Leyzar and today we're gonna be diving deeper into this Mastery Rank 8 Primary Weapon. I have a couple of builds laid out for you guys, something cheap and affordable, something anybody can get into, but we also have an endgame setup with a Riven to check out some "endgame potential". Considering the weapons low mastery lockout I will be keeping my New Player Friendly tone, so if you're a veteran of the game ... please bear with me.And with that out of the way let's jump into the Lenz. 

First off let's take a general presentation of the weapon because it is very important to understand how it functions precisely. So I'm gonna be taking about 30 meters away from the wall and I'm gonna take a couple of free shots. First of all you will notice that the charge time for the Lenz is quite long, longest of all the bows in the game. 
There are 3 types of damage which will be applied: First of all the impact damage from your arrow connecting to your target; Second of all, on impact you will have sort of a frost shock which is a guaranteed frost status effect, it will slow down all the targets and it'll also deal a very small amount of frost damage, and third one the main star of the show: the explosion which will deal blast damage.
You also notice that my ammo has kind of disappeared. That is because the Lenz only has a maximum of 6 ammo, however it does have a built in arrow mutation, meaning that you're gonna be able to pick up any type of ammo from the ground, and it will be converted into Lenz ammo, and that's kind of the gist of it.



Let's jump into stats and see exactly what we're dealing with: First of all my mod capacity is 60 out of 60 and if your Lenz only has 30 out of 30 then jump into actions and plug in an Orokin Catalyst. The Orokin Catalyst can be found from alerts, invasions, especially after Dev streams, or, if you're lucky, from the daily sortie. If you do not have access to the sortie at this point ... simply progress further for
the story and you will. My weapon has been format a total of five times but this was done for the purpose of testing. For the weapon build I'm recommending you guys ... 4 should prove sufficient.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Euphona Prime Build 2018 (Guide) - Versatile and Deadly (Warframe Gameplay)


Most of the time when I see weapons with alternative fire they are mere gimmicks with very little substance. This is not the case with the Euphona Prime as both fire modes offer results in distinct different fashions. You can go for a buckshot approach and build a mini-Tigris or you can choose to pork-out as much damage as you can with a Metal Slug. The choice as always is yours but the most effect (and precarious) build at the current time would be a buckshot / slash build through the use of the for sixty-sixty mods and main to further bring up the value of the slash. All and all the Euphona Prime is a deadly and Versatile weapon with some usability issues in the form of low mag capacity and low maximum ammo.

Hey guys, hello and welcome back, as always, my name is Leyzar and today we're gonna be diving deeper into the first weapon to ever require mastery rank 14. I have a couple of builds laid out for you guys: something cheap and affordable, something anybody can get into, but of course we also have that endgame set up with a Riven. That being said I will be keeping my New Player Friendly approach, so if you're a veteran of the game, please bear with me.
And with that out of the way let's jump into the Euphona Prime.
First of all we are checking the stats and the weapon so you fully understand how it functions. 



My Euphona Prime has a capacity of 60 out of 60, but if yours has only 30 out of 30 then jump into actions and plug in an Orokin Catalyst. The Orokin Catalyst can be obtained from alerts, invasions or if you're lucky, from the daily sortie. If not ... simply pay twenty plat to plug one in.

My weapon has been format a total of four times, but for the builds I'm recommending you guys NO forma or 2 forma maximum will be enough, it really depends what we're gonna build the weapon for.

The Euphona Prime comes with 3 Madurai Symbols. I added three more plus a Dash but again, this was done for the purpose of testing. If you guys want to build a weapon for buckshot for a full status
build then I'll show you that a bit later, you're not gonna need to add additional forma.


The accuracy of the Metal Slug is 100, the critical chance 30% and multiplier 2.5 X  ... now this is awesome but again ... keep in mind that you will have to deal with a travel time and the drop-off.
Fire Rate is 1.5,  magazine of 5 and a reload of 2.0. Building this weapon for high fire rate would be a bad idea simply because while you do get a better burst you're gonna be running into that Reload Time way too often, and therefore maximizing your down time, it's kind of a waste.
In any case ... Riven disposition 2 out of 5 which means that the Riven's will be quite nice, the status chance is a bit small at 2.0, so there's really no need to go further into status chance when you have such a low base amount.

Please check the link below to view the full Build / Guide video:

Friday, June 15, 2018

Warframe (Gameplay) - Sacrifice Full Quest (Excalibur Umbra & Umbral Mods)


Hey guys, hello and welcome back. As always my name is Leyzar and today we are gonna talk about The Sacrifice Full Quest (Excalibur Umbra & Umbral Mods)

So what did we get ?
New Wraframe : Excalibur Umbra
New Sword : Skiajati Nikana
New Melee Mods : Sacrificial Steel, Sacrificial Pressure

New Warframe Mods : Umbral Fiber, Umbral Vitality, Umbral Intensify


Alright, so here we are in game and I can already notice a couple of changes in the interface; They changed up and tweaked little things that make it look a bit more smooth, a bit more refined for example ... check out the credits, the Platinum, the booster and everything, the sounds when you click a button, check it out when you hover over them, how they look, little nice tweaks that make the game seem a bit more mature,

They kind of changed the whole UI, even stuff like the Arcanes and all whatnot .... but anyway we're not here to take a look at this, we're here to play the brand new quest Sacrifice.

Please check the video below for the full Walkthrough of The Sacrifice Quest :



So ... I did not see this one coming at all. Always felt like the Warframes where sentient beings, something more then simple machines. Can you imagine ? The story behind each and every frame ? What kind of people where they ? What happen to them and what stories will they share with us. This is a goldmine but the best part for me is that it personifies Warframes.


Wikia:
The Sacrifice is a main quest that follows the Operator in their search for the Lotus, who has been taken by Ballas for unknown reasons. They are aided by a new Warframe, Excalibur Umbra, who possesses unusual abilities and has strong ties with Ballas.

The quest was first teased at TennoCon 2017 and was teased on the WARFRAME site. The Sacrifice was released on PC June 15, 2018 with Update 23.0.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Sybaris Prime Build 2018 (Guide) - Bursting with Power (Warframe Gameplay)

It's rare to see a weapon so masterfully crafted as the Sybaris Prime, but this is not a beauty contest. As far as burst rifles are concerned this clearly is one of the best you can get with a very good balance of all stats, but it does have some flaws. While the accuracy of the rifle is nice, the recoil makes the second bullet alongside the multishot bullets land far off the initial target, this can be alleviated somewhat if you rapid-fire the weapon. There is no doubt that the Sybaris Prime is a competitive rifle but it's also in very good company.


Hey guys, hello and welcome back. As always my name is Leyzar and today we're gonna be diving deeper into this Mastery Rank 12 Burst Rifle. I have a couple of builds laid out for you guys, something cheap and affordable, something anybody can get into, but we also have an endgame set up with a Riven to check out some "endgame potential".
Even though the weapon mastery lockout is 12 I will still be keeping my New Player Friendly approach, so if you're a veteran of the game please have a little patience.

And with that out of the way let's jump into the Sybaris Prime. First of all we are checking how the weapon behaves without any mods equipped. (video) and take a look at the stats.


First of all Mod capacity is 60 out of 60, and if your Sybaris Prime only has 30 out of 30 then jump into actions and plug in an or Orokin Catalyst. The Orokin Catalyst can be found from alerts, invasions, especially after a Dev stream, or you can get it from the daily sortie, or you have the option of paying 20 Plat for it.

My weapon has been format a total of 4 times but this was done for the purpose of testing. For the
weapon build I'm gonna be recommending you guys ...2 should be more than enough.

It's time to slap on some mods and of course, as per usual, we're gonna be starting off with damage!

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Sicarus Prime Build 2018 (Guide) - The Golden Boy (Warframe Gameplay)


Secondary Weapons in Warframe are a dime a dozen, but few can boast the looks of the Sicarus Prime. You don't see everyday a weapon as beautiful as this, thankfully it's not just a pretty face. The Sicarus Prime can pack one serious punch and I highly recommended it.

Hey guys, hello and welcome back. As always, my name is Leyzar and today we're gonna be diving deeper into this Mastery Rank 14 beauty. That being said ... I will keep my New Player Friendly tone simply because I want anybody watching this video to understand how the weapon functions, and how it should be built, so if you're a veteran of the game please bear with me.

And with that out of the way let's jump into the Sicarus Prime Build. 
First of all we will check out how the weapon behaves without any sorts of mods equipped (Video)




Mod capacity is sixty out of sixty and if you guys still don't know how to obtain this one by now, you
simply jump into actions and install an Orokin Catalyst. The Orokin Catalyst can be found from alerts, invasions, especially after Dev streams or, if not, you may get it from the daily sortie if you're lucky ... if not .... pay 20 Plat for it.

My Weapon has been format a total of 6 times, but for the weapon build I'm recommending you guys, 4...maximum of 5 should be more than enough. You can go to 6 if you have a Riven like I do, and we're gonna showcase that one a tad later.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Warframe (Guide) - Lua Spy Mission Pavlov Quick & Painless (Limbo Gameplay)

Hey guys, hello and welcome back. As always my name is Leyzar and today I'm gonna show you the quick and painless way to Lua Spy Missions.

But first things first: let's see what exactly are we farming (these are the official drop tables from the Wiki). 

The First Vault can drop a couple of interesting mods: 
Blood Rush - this is still a big deal in case you don't have it, it's worth roughly ten to fifteen Plat over on Warframe Market, and you will need it for a lot of melee builds.
Here's another interesting Mod: Hydraulic Crosshairs. This is Crit Chance while aiming for pistols, and you can also get Shrapnel Shot, 99% Crit Damage while aiming for shotguns. Astral Twilight can drop, as well as Gnashing Payara.

From the Second Vault a couple of Mods stood out to me: 
Catalyzer Link  - check this one out - on ability cast, 60% status chance while aiming for 9 seconds  ... and I'll be honest here, I didn't even know this Mod existed until it dropped for me.
Focus Defense -  20% armor but "minus" channeling efficiency ... Another interesting Mod, because this one goes on your weapon, and you can also get High Noon, Crushing Ruin and a whole bunch of other pretty common Mods. 

From the Third Vault the highest chance is for the Ivara Chassis blueprint 7.47%, and you can also get Coiling Viper, Rime Round, Scattering Inferno and Cleaving Whirlwind and that's pretty much gonna do it for the drop table.


Now, what you're gonna need is this ugly guy: Limbo and / or Limbo Prime, in case he came out at the time of you viewing this video.

As for the build we're gonna be needing ... you guys can go for pretty much whatever you desire. All you need is Limbo's Dash ability to put them in the rift and make him invulnerable ... well invulnerable ... make them immune to the laser effects, this is the primary reason why were using Limbo. 
I put on a whole bunch of speed with Sprint Boost, Rush, Armored Agility, Endurance Drift for the parkour velocity and Natural Talent simply because I wanted to try it out, but again any limbo will do, he doesn't even need to be max rank, all he does need is to have access to that Dash Ability.

Now let's head on over to the mission so you can see what kind of completion time you're looking at, and I'm going to take you one-by-one through all of the vault rooms. (link to the video down below)