Warframe hidden messages – In this post, I will tell you everything you need to know about hidden messages Warframe. Warframe is a third-person shooter action-role video games available on Windows, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation 4.
What is Warframe Hidden Messages?
In Warframe Update 14.0, there’s an optional lore Quest. This is called warframe hidden messages quest that revolves around the lost warframe design. Once you complete this lost warframe design, you will be provided with the parts needed to construct the Mirage Warframe. You can also obtain the quest through the Sedna Junction from Pluto.
How to Solve hidden messages Warframe
The warframe hidden messages quest is a like a riddle. Some gamers call it warframe hidden messages riddle. Before you can unlock this quest (riddle), you must complete the Pluto/Sedna Junction. Usually, you will receive a message such as ” solve the riddle from inbox message.”
You have to head over to your email box to solve the riddle. Upon completion, you will be awarded the Warframe Hidden Messages Quest.
Now, visit the Quest section of the Codex to select the quest, and click “Begin Quest” to start.
Please note that there are many types of quests, and each type depends on the task you were handing.
If there are hidden transcriptions in the item, you have crafted. You will begin to recite the transcribed riddle along with his opinion on it. The riddle can be viewed again in your mail inbox.
Unfortunately the nature of the Orokin Artifact you just crafted is a mystery to me. I simply cannot fathom its use. All I can tell you was that it was inscribed with the following nonsense:
Three parts, three acts, three riddles for thee –
to revive the one wielding fantasy
Ancient gods so cruel, once ruled from on high
Can you name their peak where the land meets the sky?
Nothing in my database that sheds light on its meaning. You’d think the Orokin would have something better to do than scribble nursery rhymes on things. Oh well, I suppose not everything you craft can be of use.
Ordis, Ship’s Cephalon
The answer to this riddle is Mount Olympus, which is known as better in-game as Olympus, Mars. In Greek mythology, Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece, was considered as the only place where the land scrapes the sky – At the same time, Mount Olympus is known as the home of the twelve Olympian gods of the ancient Greek world. Olympus Mons, which is located on Mars in real life, is also the tallest mountain in the solar system.
Olympus is a Mobile Defense mission using the Infested Ship tileset, with Infested enemies around level 30. Completing this mission will award Mirage Neuroptics blueprint, which the player must craft to continue the quest.
During the mission, the Lotus will send cryptic transmissions to the Tenno, which uncover clues to the War of the Sentients. The first transmission is received at the start of the mission
There’s a strange energy in the area. A void imprint, an old one. I’m getting faint visuals – memories.
Continue the mission while I investigate.
A little farther into the Extermination mission, once at a quarter of the enemies have been taken down, the Lotus will follow up with a second transmission
The Void imprint… it’s old. I see… Worm ships coming out of punch! A Warframe fighting Sentients… shields are failing…
Sorry, Tenno, I’m not sure what that was.
It is apparent that the Lotus sees flashbacks from the War of the Sentients, an event first mentioned in the Excalibur/Excalibur Prime codex entries.
Finally, once all Infested have been exterminated and the Tenno make their way to extraction, the Lotus will leave the Tenno with this message.
I see the Sentients crashing down on her, dying in overwhelming numbers. Now she’s out of energy, I’m telling her to go, but she’s laughing, tearing their heads off as they swarm.
I have recovered something from memory… a blueprint.
This transmission tells the Tenno that, whoever fought the Sentients at the time, went against the Lotus’ warnings and continued combating the threat. It seems that, despite her disadvantageous situation, she put up a very valiant effort.
With this, the Tenno will be awarded the Mirage Neuroptics Blueprint.
Upon completing the Mirage Neuroptics, Ordis finds out that there is another hidden transcription on the helmet. He will begin to recite the transcribed riddle again, along with his opinion on it. The riddle can be viewed again in the inbox.
To think, Ordis thought that mess of words was nothing but the scrawling of some long dead hack. You saw more. Now you have the helmet for a whole new class of Warframe. Very impressive Operator.
Exciting news. Ordis found more writing on the inside of Mirage’s helmet:
To build the one you think witty,
seek the nymph who sang oh so pretty.
She lured him in with her song and grin,
his wife must’ve thought it a pity.
I have no idea what that means, though if I had to describe its literary merit I might use another word that rhymes with ‘witty’.
Ordis, Ship’s Cephalon
The answer to this riddle is Calypso, Saturn. In Greek Mythology, Calypso was a nymph who is popularly remembered for her role in Homer’s epic poem, Odyssey. It is said that Calypso enchanted her singing to trap the fabled Greek hero Odysseus in her island and make him her immortal husband – Forcing Odysseus to be separated from his wife, Penelope.
Calypso is a 15-minute Survival mission set in an Infested Ship with their level ranging from 25-35. Completing this mission will award the Mirage systems blueprint, which the player must craft to continue the quest. During the mission, The Lotus recovers more of Mirage’s void imprint, further describing Mirage’s slow death.
I’m sensing another void imprint. It’s dark. I see the glow of restraints around the Warframe. I’m trying to surge the revive system but I can’t, I’m too far away. A great, faceted eye watches her.
I tell her I won’t lose her. That I have another ship on its way. She is smiling because she knows I am lying… Tenno… the second blueprint has been recovered.
Riddle 3: Charybdis
As expected, upon crafting the Mirage systems, there is another hidden transcription on the systems. Ordis recites the transcribed riddle again, along with his comment on it. The riddle can be viewed again in the inbox.
It is as if the person writing these messages wanted Mirage to be found. Within the newly crafted Mirage Systems, Ordis found this:
One more act before your prize is caught.
An ancient sea creature, take a whirl or not?
Look for the monster that swallowed sailors of yore.
Make a mistake and you’re sunk. Nothing more.
That’s the worst one yet! Though, Ordis must admit, they are clearly referencing something. Operator, you appear to be good at this sort of thing, can you find the final blueprint?
Ordis, Ship’s Cephalon
Charybdis, Sedna is the answer. In Greek mythology, Charybdis was a sea monster, later rationalized as a whirlpool and considered a shipping hazard in Strait of Messina. It is said that three times a day, Charybdis swallowed a huge amount of water, before belching it back out again, creating large whirlpools capable of dragging a ship or even a galleon underwater.
The Tenno deploys back to Charybdis, Sedna to do a Hive Sabotage mission set in an Infested Ship, levels ranging from 30-40 while the Lotus continues to recover more imprints. As the Tenno destroys the first hive, the Lotus received more of Mirage’s imprints from the ship, only to find out that she is dying from her valiant effort.
I see the eyes open, and the heat blinds me. I hear her comforting me, telling me not to despair as the Warframe disintegrates and I lose her, forever.
Upon destroying the hives, the Lotus had managed to recover the very last blueprint of the now-extinct Warframe.
Upon completing the mission and returning to your ship, you will be rewarded the Mirage chassis blueprint. The Lotus will immediately order you to forge the Mirage Warframe.
Tenno, that was the last of the imprints. Forge this Warframe in honor of these memories.
Upon crafting the final piece of Mirage, Ordis reads out the last transcription on Mirage’s chassis.
You’re done! Mirage’s Chassis is complete. You have all three parts, the only thing you have left is to acquire the Warframe blueprint.
Predictably I found something else inscribed on the Chassis:
Three acts complete, the end draws near,
soon Mirage will cause fear.
Memory lost, to be reborn,
a new warrior rises, duty is sworn.
When will the operator be adding this Warframe to the Arsenal?
Orders, Ship’s Cephalon
After the chassis is built, you can obtain the Mirage Blueprint from the Market, while at the same time completing the quest.
References: Warframe Wiki
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