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How to get Titania in Warframe

How to get Titania in Warframe

Plenty of Warframe players have some issues figuring out these complex mechanics. The common questions of “How do I unlock this Warframe?” and “Where do I find this item?” are very common questions in the community. So following our guides on farming and building Warframes like Ivara, Mesa, Vauban and others, here’s a new how to get a Warframe guide. That way players know exactly what to do. This time we’re up to telling you how to get Titania in Warframe.

Titania in Warframe is a graceful addition to the roster. Having a mix of different offensive and defensive abilities, Titania is a stealth-focused and surprisingly good CC choice. Spellbind and Lantern can be used to control both individual or whole groups of mobs. Using Tribute in concert with these abilities can make the use of Titania a great support option. And the unique Razorwing ability offers a new way to deal massive DPS.

The blueprints themselves are unlocked over the course of the Silver Grove quest. You get the quests from Amaryn, the leader of New Loka. They will send you hunting around the Star Chart for various items from a bunch of different nodes.

To unlock Titania, just like Titania Prime, you’re going to need to target farm for Apothics. These rare drops come off of all the different tilesets in the game. Use the list below to figure out where to look to find these items.

Nightfall Apothic

  • Dusklight Sarracenia – found in the swampy waters of the Grineer Shipyard Missions. (Ceres)
  • Moonlight Dragonlilies – found at nighttime in Grineer Forest missions. (Earth)
  • Sunlight Threshcones – found during the daytime in Grineer Forest missions. (Earth)

Twilight Apothic

  • Moonlight Jadeleaf – found at nighttime on Grineer Forest missions. (Earth)
  • Ruk’s Claw – found on the Grineer Settlement tilesets on Mars.
  • Lunar Pitcher – found on the Orokin Moon tilesets on Lua.
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Sunrise Apothic

  • Sunlight Jadeleaf – found on the Grineer Forest tileset on Earth, in water areas during the day.
  • Frostleaf – found on Corpus Outpost tilesets on Venus, normally near cliffs.
  • Vestan Moss – found on the Grineer Asteroid tileset on Mercury.

We listed each of the required resources you need to build Limbo. Check out the breakdown down below.

  • Circuits: Venus, Ceres, and the Kuva Fortress
  • Rubedo: Earth, Europa, Phobos, Sedna, Pluto, and Orokin Void
  • Polymer Bundle: Venus, Mercury and Uranus
  • Ferrite: Mercury, Earth, Neptune, and Orokin Void
  • Alloy Plate:  Venus, Sedna, Jupiter, Ceres, Pluto, and Phobos

Next up is the much rarer or crafted resources. Limbo is pretty basic, you just need a few rare drops to make it:

  • Control Module: Void Missions are a good source for this, as are higher level missions on Europa and Neptune
  • Plastids:  Saturn, Uranus and Phobos
  • Neurodes: Lephantis (Orokin Void/Derelict) Plains of Eidolon for very rare spawns
  • Tellurium: Skirmish, Archwing, Grineer Sealab and Grineer Asteroid Fortress missions
  • Nitain Extract: Gift of the Lotus alerts, Cetus Bounties during Ghoul Purge
  • Cryotic: Cryotic in Warframe is locked to the Excavation mission type. Use the linked guide to find the best nodes to farm.

And here is the breakdown for what each blueprint requires to build the component.

Neuroptics

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 1,500 Alloy Plate
  • 2 Neurodes
  • 2,500 Polymer Bundle
  • 700 Circuits

Chassis

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 3 Nitain Extract
  • 3,000 Ferrite
  • 900 Rubedo
  • 1 Tellurium

Systems

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 1 Control Module
  • 800 Plastids
  • 2,200 Cryotic
  • 1 Tellurium

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