How to get the Ruvox Warframe
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How to get the Ruvox weapon in Warframe

Give em the 'ol one-two.

The Ruvox is the new fist weapon that came out in the Dante Unbound update in Warframe, and it’s a fun new Incarnon weapon to toy around with. Typically, fist weapons aren’t as good because they don’t have a lot of AoE potential, but this one shows promise

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In any case, if you are wondering how to get this weapon, we have everything you need to know below.

How to get the Ruvox in Warframe

To get the Ruvox in Warframe, you have to farm the new Disruption mission, Armatus, which is in Deimos. It’s specifically in the Sanctum Anatomica region, accessible after completing the Whispers in the Walls quest. 

In Armatus, you have to successfully defend the conduits from the Amalgam Necramech enemies that spawn upon activating a key. This progresses your mission toward a successful item reward rotation. 

The Ruvox and its components are all in the B rotation of this mission, meaning you have to successfully defend all conduits for the first two rounds. After the first two rounds, you have to only successfully defend two of the four conduits to ensure a B rotation reward. 

Your chances of getting each component are slim (about 5% per part), the same chance of getting the Onos. On top of that, the Ruvox requires two fully built blades and gloves to start crafting the entire weapon. It’ll take a lot of grinding to get these parts, so you may be better off getting Vessel Capillaries.

How to farm Vessel Capillaries

To farm Vessel Capillaries, you have to defeat the Necramech Amalgam enemies that spawn when you activate a conduit in Armatus. They blow up on the conduits if you take too long to kill them, failing that particular objective and not netting you any rewards. 

You can kill up to four Necramech Amalgam enemies per round of this mission, but their drops vary depending on the difficulty you have set. These are the values:

Normal: 2 to 4 per kill 

Steel Path: 5 to 7 per kill

To farm the Ruvox and all its parts, you will need a total of 360 Vessel Capillaries. That number can be smaller if you luck out and get a few parts.

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Ruvox crafting requirements

Once you have all the components to craft the Ruvox, here are the resources you need to craft each part:

Ruvox Blueprint

  • 20,000 Credits
  • 2 fully built Ruvox Blades
  • 2 fully built Ruvox Gloves

Ruvox Blade Blueprint (2x)

  • 20,000 Credits
  • 4,500 Entrati Obols
  • 10 Bellow Voca
  • 2 Entrati Lanthorn
  • 8 Gallium

Ruvox Glove Blueprint (2x)

  • 20,000 Credits
  • 1,400 Ferrite
  • 500 Necracoil
  • 2 Entrati Lanthorn
  • 4 Echo Voca

Alternative ways to get the Ruvox

If farming for the Ruvox and its components is too much for you, it can be purchased in the market for 175 Platinum by itself or for 750 Platinum as part of the Dante Collection bundle. 

Buying it will outright give you the weapon installed with an Orokin Catalyst and a weapon slot. However, to unlock its full potential, you still need to have the Whispers in the Walls quest completed.


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