How to get Dante in Warframe
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How to get Dante in Warframe

The keeper is one to have in your arsenal.

Dante, the 56th Warframe to come out, is one like no other we’ve seen so far in this game. With Dante being the new release, many eager players want to know how to acquire him. We’ll tell you the various ways below.

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How to get Dante in Warframe

To get Dante in Warframe, you have to play and farm the new Armatus Disruption mission on Deimos. This can be accessed upon completing the Whispers in the Walls quest. 

This mission works just like any other Disruption mission in Warframe. You have four conduits that need a key to be activated. Upon getting that key, dropped from Key Carriers, you have to bring it to a corresponding conduit and then protect that said conduit from an enemy called an Amalgam Necramech. 

These Amalgam Necramechs act just like other conduit enemies on other planets as they will run towards an active conduit. You have to kill them before they get close enough and self-destruct. Upon a successful Amalgam kill in this particular mission, they will drop a new resource called Vessel Capillaries. 

The Amalgam enemies are named after Necramechs, so look for the Demolisher Voidrig and Bonewidows.

Each successful kill will yield the following amounts per difficulty:

  • Normal: 2 to 4 per kill 
  • Steel Path: 5 to 7 per kill

These Vessel Capillaries are a form of currency that you will take to Loid. As you interact with him in the Sanctum Anatomica, he’ll have a new option called “Research Dante”. Here, you can redeem those Capillaries in order to trade for the new frame’s parts. Each part costs a certain amount, so here are the values:

  • Dante Blueprint: 270 Vessel Capillaries
  • Dante Neuroptics Blueprint: 90 Vessel Capillaries
  • Dante Chassis Blueprint: 90 Vessel Capillaries
  • Dante Systems Blueprint: 90 Vessel Capillaries
How to farm Dante in Warframe
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Alternative methods to get Dante in Warframe

If farming the Capillaries takes too long, you can try playing Armatus for longer. Dante’s parts also have a small chance of dropping on the C rotation of rewards. 

In order to get the C rotation on Armatus, you have to successfully defend three conduits per setup until wave 3 and higher. It’s optimal to successfully defend all four conduits per rotation so you increase your chances of earning the Dante parts. 

It should be noted that his parts are random, so you may get duplicates. However, the longer you play these missions, the more Vessel Capillaries you will earn. With all the accumulated Capillaries you get, you can purchase the remaining pieces you need to significantly speed up the grind.

If you want to skip the grind entirely, Dante is available in the shop for 350 Platinum. He is also part of the “Dante Collection” bundle which includes him, all his cosmetics, and the Ruvox fist weapon for 750 Platinum.

Dante crafting components

If you are looking to get all of Dante’s parts without outright purchasing him, these are the components you need to craft each part:

Dante Blueprint 

  • All built Dante components
  • 3 Orokin Cells

Dante Neuroptics Blueprint

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 3 Entrati Lanthorn
  • 10 Control Modules
  • 4 Bellow Voca
  • 4 Neural Sensors

Dante Chassis Blueprint

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Entrati Lanthorn
  • 8,000 Alloy Plates
  • 12,000 Entrati Obols
  • 2,000 Plastids

Dante Systems Blueprint

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 3 Entrati Lanthorn
  • 4,000 Circuits
  • 9,000 Entrati Obols
  • 450 Necracoil

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