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Warframe: Alloy Plate Farming Guide

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The various factions in Warframe each has their own tech and lore, as well as tons of interesting story behind them. Players will uncover many secrets and powerful weapons in fighting with the Tenno. Players will also have to put a lot of time into farming resources to build the weapons and Warframes they want. This game is all about the grind, after all. To get even the basic gear, you need to put some time into gathering a bulk supply of basic items. Alloy Plate in Warframe is one of these many resources. This basic resource is used in a great many crafting recipes, both to make weapons and Warfames. In your time with the game, you’re going to need a lot of it. Keep reading to get to know the best methods for farming Alloy Plate.

Best ways to farm Alloy Plate in Warframe

As usual, when it comes to farming resources, there are myriad ways to get your hands on what you need. This missions you pick are a big help here. Like farming for many other rarer items, there’s usually an optimal way to approach this. Like most common resources – Alloy Plates drops from pretty much every mission in the game. But there are nodes that drop it more often than others.

Alloy Plate is a common component that can be found on Venus, Jupiter, Sedna, Ceres, Phobos, and Pluto. It is usually found in quantities of 50 to 150. The chests around these maps are a good source of many different basic crafting items. Enemies can also drop them pretty regularly. For many players Gabii on Ceres is one of the best locations to farm, thanks to one thing. With a 35% increased resource drop rate, Gabii considered by most the best place to farm Alloy Plate.

The best way to get resources in the game is with target farming the hardest missions, and bringing along a solid farming team. Dark Sector missions need a solid group for starters, so bring a solid support/healer to keep your group alive. To help speed up farming, bring a Hydroid with Pilfering Swarm or Nekros with Desecrate, or another similar build that helps increase item drop rates and resource drops. Having a solid team that knows the mission and knows to stay put and keep farming is a huge help when farming Dark Sectors.

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You will also want to tweak your build so that you have a max rank Thief’s Wit equipped while farming. This will drop a waypoint that leads directly to rare loot drops in missions. If you have a Nekros, you’re going to have a ton of junk dropping, this will help clear out the clutter.

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