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Warframe Guide: How to get Garuda

How To Get Garuda In Warframe

If you’ve ever played Warframe, you know the trials and tribulations of unlocking a new piece of gear. Gathering the materials and blueprints is hard and tedious work. One of the bigger annoyances is gathering the parts and materials to build the Warframes themselves. These ultra-powerful tools of destruction take a major time and resource investment. So ISKMogul is here to guide your hand in farming the materials needed to create each frame. Next up after Ivara, is Garuda.

Our newest guide for Warframe focuses on the bloody and brutal Garuda, “The queen of gore, Garuda absorbs the blood of her foes to give her strength and vitality.” She has a special ability called Dread Mirror which she uses to feed upon her enemies. The blood she steals grants her special buffs to damage and other abilities. Being a melee-focused frame, Garuda is a very in-your-face playstyle. Check out the queen of blood in action below.

To get Garuda parts, you first need Blueprints. Each Blueprint has a drop chance on different Eudico Bounties on Fortuna. Farming Bounties while also doing mining runs is a great way to gather both the resources and Standing you need to get the parts for Garuda.

For more details on Bounties, check the Warframe Wiki.

Getting the resources for Garuda is a bit of a challenge, as it relies on two sources of materials. Farming raw minerals through mining in Orb Valis is just the first step. Luckily, the mining you do will aid in the getting the Standing you need for step two. Radiant Zodian, Travocyt Alloy, Star Amarast, Axidrol Alloy, Marquise Thyst, and Vernedo Alloy all require you to purchase a blueprint from Smokefinger in Fortuna for Standing. You’re going to be making a lot of trips to the Foundry.

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Here’s the breakdown for all of the Orb Valis Blueprints and their needed materials:

Radiant Zodian – Cost: 8,000 Standing

  • 10,000 Credits
  • 3 Zodian

Travocyt Alloy – Cost: 1,000 Standing

  • 1,000 Credits
  • 20 Travoride
  • 500 Salvage
  • 100 Plastids

Star Amarast – Cost: 4,000 Standing

  • 5,000 Credits
  • 6 Amarast

Axidrol Alloy – Cost: 1,000 Standing

  • 1,000 Credits
  • 20 Axidite
  • 500 Ferrite
  • 10 Rubedo

Venerdo Alloy – Cost: 2,000 Standing

  • 1,000 Credits
  • 20 Venerol
  • 300 Rubedo
  • 2 Gallium

Marquise Thyst – Cost: 12,000 Standing

  • 10,000 Credits
  • 3 Thyst

Here’s the breakdown for the resources you need to farm to unlock this frame’s parts:

Chassis

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Calda Toroids
  • 3 Radiant Zodian
  • 40 Travocyt Alloy
  • 2200 Alloy Plate

Neuroptics

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Vega Toroid
  • 6 Star Amarast
  • 40 Axidrol Alloy
  • 5000 Nano Spores

Systems

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Sola Toroid
  • 3 Marquise Thyst
  • 40 Vernedo Alloy
  • 2400 Polymer Bundle

Full Frame

  • 25,000 Credits
  • 1 Garuda Chassis
  • 1 Garuda Neuroptics
  • 1 Garuda Systems
  • 3,500 Kuva

Once you have all of the needed Blueprints and materials, you can kick off production of the parts all at once to save time. In total, you will need 24 hours to assemble the three parts and the total frame, assuming you start the three parts at the same time. If not, expect to wait 12 hours for each one individually. You can bypass these 12-hour clocks by spending Warframe’s premium currency, Platinum.

Warframe is free-to-play now on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch. The developers recently deployed the Rising Tide update, which introduced the first of the player-built ships, the Railjack.

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