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Just some things I picked up on and heard from other players so far in the game, not the best format I know but I tried to make it easy to read through. Will range from beginner tips and so on..
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First things first…

The more wisdom books you use the more exp. income you receive… Etc.
Your EXP. income will allow you to upgrade your partners which upgrades each attribute by a certain amount, also once you open up the imperial library you can trade partner exp. to character exp. Edit: You can also receive partner EXP by completing storylines, though the daily in the phoenix hall, buying travel records, accomplishing achievements, accomplishing daily quests, traveling, main story quests and at the hard labor camp.
Your SILVER income can be used to up your FORTUNE when traveling, to buy rose seeds that give you coins when you sell the roses in the imperial farm, and can also be used to donate to your guild and exchange for fame there as well. Edit: You can also receive silver by traveling, in the hard labor camp, accomplishing achievements, main story quests and buying silver certificates.
Your FAME income will help you get through the storyline (except for arch rival fights that is based off your momentum gained from yellow authority books. Like Sanlue, Luitui and Hiquianjing. Might be butchering the spelling, but good to know the names to collect them in the daily.) Edit: You can also receive fame by traveling, in the hard labor camp, in your guild bank if you are a level 3, buying a business card, accomplishing achievements, main story quests and accomplishing daily quests.
FAME income is the only one that consumes as it provides fame. It consumes your silver. Look at your numbers and always make sure that your POLITICS number is higher than your CHARISMA number or you won’t have enough SILVER to consume and collect FAME. (I didn’t find this to be such a problem in the beginning but more as I went on.)
If you’ve run into this deficit to fix it you can
-Hold off on gifting the purple CHARISMA books
-Buy more POLITICS books
-When bonding with your confidant hold off on clicking CHARISMA levels and instead focus on POLITICS
-Sometimes it’s best to hold off on gifting the blue random attribute books as well as they can increase your charisma when you’re trying to hold off
-In the POTENTIAL option when clicking on a partner, don't advance the charisma part when possible

EDIT: The daily can give you extra items or character exp
Clicking ASK PARTNER Instead of the other options can give you double the items.
Clicking ASK CONFIDANT Will give you intimacy points for that confidant
Take note that the colors of the words of the books do not correspond with the actual color of the book it is there to trick you.

Leveling up a partner increases each attribute by a certain amount. Instead of trying to keep them all around the same level it is more beneficial to focus on 8 partners to strengthen. You can do this by gifting those top 8 the books, potential fruits, focus on leveling them up first. I recommend using the partners with the authority attribute as they will have the highest momentum since it is directly correlated with authority levels for archrival fights.
Try to promote all your partners though at least to green as you can and only after those top 8 as it will confuse other players during debates as to which of your players is more powerful.
I like to keep one partner a little stronger and gift them a little more authority books in case I want to buy a war token to revive a partner if I lose an archival battle. (That way I only have to revive one strong one to pass and not a couple of them.
Having a few that you really focus on also helps in the Shouangong razors edge challenge.
To gift your books you just click ITEM on the bottom of your screen then click on the book and gift how many you want to whichever partners. (same with skill points bags although some are given randomly) Shi Lian is the only one who has a balance which mean she has all the attributes.
Give all books to authority partners! As you get them you will want a top 8. Doesn't matter how you spread out the books amongst them. Although I like to have one really strong partner above the rest that I give all authority books to which helps reduce the amount of war tokens I use. A good choice depending on your vip level (if u get them at all) is Wei Yingluo, Hui Xin or Zhen Huan. They are BEASTS.
Your TOTAL attribute number per partner, which is in part tallied by how many books are gifted, is your HP in debate. The attributes per partner really just pertain to how much they will go up in that attribute when leveled up.
This is why its important to have your most focused partners be authority partners because they help you get through the story line as authority=momentum.
Spreading out books evenly amongst all is not productive in your overall goals. You won't get far in the razors edge challenge because the first few enemies are so low in hp, you'd be wasting momentum by having them so powered up instead of having fewer high powered ones. You also won't get too far in debate bc your hp will be fairly low amongst other players and you can't take as many hits. But this doesn't mean to not promote you lower partners. Just your top partners first. Make sure all partners are at least green. I reccomend then getting all authority partners to blue and then at least top 3-4 purples before you get your bottom green partners to blue.
Depending on how far you've gotten with leveling up partners and such, just check the potentials authority wise and whoever has the strongest you can focus on them bc at the same level as others they will be stronger. Like say Longkodo is at level 150 and Hui Xin is at 120. Hui Xin at 150 will be stronger than Long Kodo.
Sort them by force and promote accordingly! :)
CHECKING MOMENTUM (arch rival fights)
There are a few ways to check your momentum before an archival fight. When on a wild beast hunt look for the number on the bottom right. You can also click on the arch rival fight but don’t click start yet and add up each momentum together to see if you have enough momentum to defeat them in one go. Also after fighting an enemy in your guild you can see how much damage you gave them at the end of the fight. I recommend holding off a few hours and not fighting right away so you can have more time to level up, gift authority books and cause more damage. BUT always do the archival fight before it hits 12 even if you’re going to lose because all partners will be revived at 12 without having to buy a war token and you will be able to finish off whatever momentum they have left.
The Academy is a good place to use your ingots to get more spots as it brings up the attributes of the partners you see there. EDIT: You can also build in the academy for higher rewards with silver and ingots. If you find you are unable to build and the option goes grey, then level up and promote some partners.
Also in the Phoenix hall as well the more foster children the more attributes your character gains once they marry.
Ranking them by force will show you which partners have a higher momentum. I like to promote them based off that. Clicking on a partner and then click the exclamation point next to where it says "Total Attri" will show you thier specific momentum.
You start promoting partners to servant at level 100 and you will need a servant hat, servant robe and servant belt. You can get these at the Shouangong in the exchange on the bottom right. (They become more expensive the more you buy in one day but resets to just 100 points the next day.) They can also be purchased if you are in a guild of a certain level based off your contribution points received when fighting enemies and building a basic-advanced construction. the more ingots you spend the more contribution points you get.
As you level up (the next time at 150) you will need 3 of each to make a steward hat, robe and belt. You make them by clicking on ITEM on the bottom of the screen and then click promote on the top. If you have 3 of each Servant's clothing you can click on the Steward clothing and create it.

Edit: My tips for confidants is
As you get promoted you can get them as you travel and unlock new travel locations. It’s really random on how many meetings it takes to unlock a new confidant. And sometimes it can take many. EDIT: Your chances improve if you keep an eye and scroll through your pigeon mail to see if they pop up there.
Each confidant is bonded to 1 or 2 of your partners which you can check by clicking a confidant and clicking bond. When using bond points the responding attributes goes to those partners. You can choose at your discretion. So the more confidants you have, the better.
I like to click on what will give my partners authority but also being mindful not to let the charisma levels rise with that over politics. I find that the attribute goes up more when you don’t click on the percent ones instead click the others. Make sure you’re clicking on each partner after dates to see if you have bond points available to use. Red dots won’t show up otherwise. But you can see how many you have under bond before you click on each confidant.
You can get more dates by restoring energy and using the purple energy pill for more dates.
To go up in levels of affection with your confidant you need to hunt. Then in the hunting ground you can click exchange and get a GOLDEN SACHET to get to level 2 then a LOVE LETTER for level 3 and so on. Your confidant needs an attribute of 100 to get to level 2 and like 800 for level 3 and so on. Gifting anything but jade raises your attributes. Edit: I try to buy each item once a day even before I need them because each time you buy it gets more expensive but resets the next day.
Now to use the GOLDEN SACHET to go up a level you’ll need to go to the Phoenix hall scroll all the way to the right> BOOK OF FATE > CONFIDANT’S AFFECTION> VACANT.
If you’ve reached 100 attribute points with your confidant you will be able to click on a vacant spot in INFATUATION and click on that partner to level them up. I recommend to focus on gifting everything to one confidant at a time to get to these next levels. Gifting is an option on
Also theres an option for it but I don’t recommend reducing intimacy with a confidant as there’s really no value in that and you don’t get the items you spent back.
This is a good way to boost your intimacy and attributes. Sometimes you get stuck sending the same letters over and over so just see what each one has for rewards and choose which ones your partners need. I like to boost their intimacy. But the others are good for the QIANQINGONG ceremonies when you get there. Check which attribute your confidants are lacking and choose that letter.
Edit: I would highly recommend splurging your ingots to get 5 pigeons for fast letter sending. Just make sure you've at least clicked through each available conversation because fast letter sending will only send to letters you've opened. (Always check for new letter popping us as you can get a higher chance of getting a confidant when traveling if you they pop up in pigeon mail to send a letter)
If you click on the book of fate you can click on each confidants book and see how far you’ve gotten in the storyline in the pigeon mail and dates. You can check how many endings you’ve unlocked depending on the options you’ve selected on dates or in letters and see what you need to do to get more letters or dates. EDIT: Here you can use the SANDS OF TIME. Book of fate>confidant book>pigeon mail>any ribbon box>top option>RESET STORY EXPLORATION. You will get a pigeon with a letter you've read once before but be able to choose different replies to unlock a new ending.
Then under confidant's affection is where you level up your confidants.
Once you level up a partner to level 2 infatuation you can use them in these ceremonies. At the end of each ceremony you can exchange your points for items. Try to use your top confidants. EDIT: The higher your attributes, ther higher you place which means more exchange points. Each attribute for individual confidants will be tested. Your confidant needs 100 attribute points to level up to level 2 to qualify. You'll want to use your top 5 confidants with the highest attributes. Check where they are lacking as spread attributes accordingly when gifting.


You get them randomly as you date your confidants. Edit: Some people say you're more likely to get them if you tryst. The higher your intimacy with a confidant the higher the attributes you child will have.
They go in the Phoenix hall and you can use LOTUS SOUP to speed up their growth when you first get them so you can draw lots and then start their studying.
From there you keep clicking on the vitality as they level up and use the blue VITALITY pills to restore 3 vitality points.
I would definitely splurge on opening up more slots tio unlock fast execution.
You can boost their attributes before you physically click to take the imperial exam by feeding them CABBAGE. It’s 50 attribute points each time. You plant the seed in the imperial farm, cook it in the imperial kitchen then go to warehouse>dish and give it to whichever kid you’d like.
Once they reach level 10 or 20 or 30 depending on how far you are in the story, they take the imperial exam and then they can get married. You’ll need to use different destiny stones to marry them off or use ingots. You'll want to marry off your children to those with similar or more attributes points to have the most gain from marriage.
Edit: How to marry off your children- Click matchmaker that's right next to the foster children, click through your unmarried then click proposal. Sometimes people will show up there easy to marry and you can check their attributes against yours and decide if it worth it. You can also click the other proposal folder and click server proposal for a random match up or server directed proposal where you input someone's ID number to marry their children. For that option you can go in the chat and ask if anyone needs to marry off their children and ask for attribute points. Once you've decided you can click on their avatar and click copy ID to input that into the server directed proposal.
The benefits are that you get however many attribute points from the person you married. Edit: The higher the intimacy with your confidant, the higher level scholar the child will be. There are achievements for getting higher level scholars. Destiny stones can be crafted for higher level scholar children in your items when you click a destiny stone.


It’s on the bottom left and easy to miss. You can use your silver to increase it; if you wait a little it will also increase throughout the day. If it says Average day or Smooth life then it is safe to travel. DO NOT TRAVEL WHEN FORTUNE IS BAD (TOUGH TIME AND DEFINITELY NOT WHEN IT SAYS OMEN.) You will lose EXP., FAME etc. instead of gaining; it’s not worth it. Just wait to travel until it says average day again if you don’t want to use your silver up there.
Edit: There are achievement points for traveling during omen but only travel then if you're out of exp or fame.
To restore your energy to travel more you use the green stamina pills.
Here you will meet confidants, get books, pills, Exp, Fame, or Silver. You can click on each location to see the possible rewards. I wouldn’t recommend spending ingots to travel unless you want the achievement points, just use your free random travels up. But you definitely want to unlock each location ASAP.


I don’t always recommend starting your own guild UNLESS THERE AREN'T ANY AVAILABLE. Although it's such a hassle to disband it if you forget the password plus the 24 hour wait to join one after you leave one. Just check your server chat and ask who needs people to join their guild. Try to join one with a bunch of people or at least active people. It’s more beneficial to leave a guild though if people aren’t active because it’s hard for the guild to level up and do much. Edit: If you've joined a server with little to no guilds just make your own (once you're a clan lady or vip i believe) with high power people and get to the top!
If you’ve run into the trouble of having to disband your guild. You’ll have to catch customer service when their online and they’ll need your guild name, guild number and the last time you’ve topped up on ingots with a receipt if applicable.
Here you can buy servant outfits and trade silver for fame if you donate silver in the guild bank.
Go to guild base>guild main hall>guild member>exit the guild at the bottom.
You will first need 1000 contribution points which you can get 200 each day for building an advanced construction and you can also get them by fighting enemies.
Then you will also need to have 30 times your daily consumption rate of silver to be able to donate. To achieve this just don’t collect any fame from your place duties for like a day or 2, don’t spend any silver and then always click the +silver option on the DAILY.
Edit: DON'T FORGET TO FIGHT IN ENEMY BATTLES OR GUILD WARS. The higher the contribution the more you can buy in the guild store and level your guild up!
This is basically like debate. It lasts for about 3 days and you get to deploy 4 partners each day. I like to scroll to the bottom and use my strongest partners on their weakest. That way I get through more partners and get more points; instead of getting my strongest beat by their strongest first try. You get some points for every partner you deploy win or lose. You can also buy assault tokens for 300 ingots in the shop for more chances.

This is a good place to spend ingots in getting more seats. You can also click build under the books to level up your academy to get more skill and growth points with each studying session.
EDIT: Don't skimp out on sending your weaker partners to Academy here and there. Otherwise when other players debate your team they will fly through them. Skill points are used to build up your attacks when debating.


Hunting can give you meat to use in the imperial kitchen. It also gives you hunting points you can use to get items that level up your confidants. Edit: Top 1 score gets you the most rewards and you can spend like 5 ingots to 10 at a time to increase your damage by 10%. You can also chat while you hunt which i'd only recommend if you have auto shoot enabled.
EDIT: It is possible to hunt in multiple locations at once. Sometimes I'll pop in and if no one shows up after I do 10mil damage or 70%, then I will exit and join another hunt or do another activity. If no one joins the hunt after that you get number 1 rewards.
To have a better chance at hitting the bullseye, after each reload click and hold onto the shoot button and don’t let go until it is over the bullseye when deploying your partners. (This works for the pot game in the banquet and in the imperial kitchen as well.) This way you can deploy less partners at a time and not have to match the exact momentum to pass each location but have close to it. Each location will give you different meat in your warehouse (not the rare hunting.)
It takes a while to level up your confidants to level 3 and when you buy one item the price goes up. So I just buy one a day when the price goes down again as to not waste my points.
You can also monitor when a certain animal in the rare beast hunt is available to hunt. There is a monitor button by each beast then if you’re on the game a pop up notification will show up when its almost time.


Just make sure you have those strong 8 partners for this. Give them ALL the books and promote them first. Using the skill points goes along with debates. Edit: I try to click on the partners with the least fanciest hair when debating and it works usually. Use your knowledge on which partners are usually weaker. A partner that has a grey mark is weaker then a green one and green is weaker than blue and so on as far as levels of promotion.
You are given these horn things that you can spend before debating each individual partner that either can increase your hit with a temporary skills increase or your hp. Just use as needed being mindful of your hp vs your rival's level on the top of the screen during a debate.
Edit: Each time you level up a partner it will increase all attributes but more so their specific attribute. Like if u level up a politics and charisma partner of the same level by 1 level with exp the politics partner's politic attributes might go up by +100, while a charisma partner's politics will go up less by say +60 just as an example.
EDIT: When looking at skill points and spending them on each partner it varies. Each partner will have some skill sets with more stars. You will want to focus spending those points on the spots with more stars, but don't completely ignore the lower stars.
Having more spots open in the academy will help with skill points too. So DO NOT skimp out on your lower powered partners or they will get crushed fast when other players challenge you in debate. Always use further education tokens for more rewards.
If you click view more, you can click through people and find the weakest to debate for more debate chances a day. (You will need a challenge letter)
You get about 4 regular debate chances through the day. You can click and see which partner is ready to debate and power them up before you start. After that you can increase your debate chances that day 4 times with party invitations.
EDIT: Your total attribute is your hp for each individual partner. Your skill points when spent on different skill sets will have a higher attack in debate.


There’s different chapters you can access on the top right with different levels. Each level has a clothing theme. For example let’s say its “Elegant” and “Splendid”. You will need to go down from headwear and click through each option there to shoes and click through each option looking for on of the 2 REQUIREMENTS. If a clothing option has both even better. You can look on the LEFT side right ABOVE THE CAT to see the MINIMUM requirement to get at least one star to pass through. You can also click the search on the bottom and enter the requirements in.
You also get a boost in score if you can invite confidants if their intimacy level is enough. It’s different for each level so I’m not sure.
As you click on each clothing item, hair or accessory you can check there to see how many points that item will give you to reach your requirements. Usually for each level it's sorted so it's the top option that gives the most points. Some levels seem impossible to get one star without using cloud brocades which you might need ingots for. You can always go back to different levels to replay as you get more clothes.
EDIT: FOR CONFIDANT BONUS Sometimes it will say you need a confidant bonus and say you failed to meet requirements. To check the confidant requirements click on the cat right after that pop up.
Sometimes you end up with a real weird top and bottom situation but sometimes its just a long dress. And obviously the more stars the more rewards you get.

These will greatly help you get farther in the game.
You will need to buy rose seeds with silver or ingots then plant them to get coins. Once harvested click warehouse> other> sell roses for coins. With the coins you can get other seeds to plant. You can start with cabbage as it will be the only thing you can cook in the imperial kitchen and as you go up cooking levels you can unlock more recipes.
To gift the cabbage to raise foster children's attribute points click warehouse>dish and gift them and the same goes for other dishes.
You can assign a partner as curator to watch over the farm and do the work. You can also click on them to plant more seeds later. With a curator no one can pick and steal your crops.
On the top right you will see the option friends/strangers where you can water their crops to get planting points. Picking will only take away from your neighbors and bother them which I don't recommend.

VIP (optional)

I was told if you’re going to spend money you might ask well get the lifetime pass and the monthly passes. They are worth it. Theres a lot of different privileges at each VIP level and you can get partners or confidants depending on how much you spend.
There’s certain extra prizes too when you spend certain amounts cumulatively. At certain VIP levels you can skip through dates and such if you please. You can get auto shoot and things like that. It also helps with certain events. I’m a VIP3 and I really enjoy it.
EDIT: These events (in this order after the first event) cycle through every few days and if you're not spending crazy money to rank you can hoard the items for the event for a cycle or more. (I don't recommend hoarding until you reach Lady Fuduan so you get more from palace duties otherwise it's a way slower progress in the game)
Sometimes you might want to save it for a few cycles depending how high you want to rank, so just check your supply against the top ranked people before participating. If you get too bored while hoarding, you can join another server in the meantime as you hoard (more info in the comments).
Partner Exp. Consumption- Hoard your exp by not leveling partners
Guilds- Hoard guild tokens (during the event build advanced constructions daily and fight in the guild war and fight the enemies daily during the event for max points)
Power- So many things give you power even spending partner exp. Wait to level up a confidant, upgrade outfits, use bond points, gift books, gift growth points. Advance growth points, marry off foster children until the event. Basically anything that gives you a plus in attributes.
Intimacy- Hoard your jade stones. When the event is active us pigeon mail only for increasing intimacy. Traveling can also give you intimacy.
Debates- Hoard your skill points (to spend on whichever partner is up for debate during the event), save your challenge letters and party invitations for extra debate chances per day. Skill point are spent on skills sets and are your attack. Total attributes are your hp in debate. Use the challenge letters on weak people (you can click their name in view more and check their overall power against yours) with your strongest partners.
Fame- Hoard your fame which means no progress in the story until this event. You might get stuck on progressing in the story if your authority is too low for the archrivals. If this happens you can consider spending fame on pranks.
Banquet- save your banquet invitations and ingots. Ingots let you start and attend banquets.
Then the cycle starts over.


And that’s all I can think of for now! Best of luck! If anyone has any questions feel free to ask I will edit in more if I think of anything else.
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Update 28: The Deadlock Protocol

Update 28: The Deadlock Protocol
We are Desire. Ours is the grasping golden hand. We. Are. Corpus.
Nef Anyo claims to have found an heir to the long-deceased Corpus Founder, Parvos Granum, and has the means to prove it. The Solaris have begun disappearing in droves and Eudico thinks it has something to do with Nef’s power play. Whoever they are, the heir to the Founder would be able to solve the stalemate and stage a total takeover of the Corpus Board. If Nef Anyo has anything to do with it, that spells bad news for the Solaris.
The Deadlock Protocol sheds new light on the industrious origins of the Corpus, introduces the time-bending Warframe, Protea and includes a remastered Corpus fleet full of innovative threats and escalating security measures.
To begin The Deadlock Protocol Quest, make sure you have completed the Vox Solaris Quest. The Deadlock Protocol Quest can only be done Solo and you must be at least Mastery Rank 4; ready yourself!
*Players who purchase the Protea Warframe before playing the Quest will receive a Riven as an additional reward.
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Out of desperation to locate any last trace of the long-dead Founder, Nef Anyo has developed a way to open Void portals. Eudico believes they’ve been kidnapping Solaris to use as guinea pigs and needs your help to rescue them.
The portals are built through Golden Hand Tributes, a spot of profit-worship for faithful Corpus. By spending their Granum Crowns, a valuable manifestation of their devotion, the Corpus can open a rift and send expeditions to Void sites.
Thankfully, you can use these Granum Crowns to your advantage. Collect three tiers of Crowns from Treasurers in your Missions, each signifying a higher level of devotion than the last: Granum Crown, Exemplar Granum Crown, and Zenith Granum Crown. Use them to initiate challenges in Missions, search for Corpus Temple Reliefs or negotiate the release of Solaris prisoners in exchange for Standing.
Within every Corpus Ship Remastered mission you’ll encounter a Treasurer: A devoted follower of Parvos and all he stood for, willing to dedicate his life to be the keeper of the tokens of his esteem. The Treasurer is guaranteed to spawn within 2 - 4 minutes in a non-endless mission, and between 5 - 8 minutes in an endless mission. The level of your mission determines the tier of Crowns the Treasurer will possess. Handle him with haste before he escapes with his sacred tokens!
Level Tiers are: 0-15: Granum Crown 16-30: Exemplar Granum Crown 31+: Zenith Granum Crown
*Granum Crowns will not appear from Treasurers until you complete The Deadlock Protocol Quest.
Granum Crowns can also be spent at the Corpus Temple Reliefs in Missions to learn more about the Founder. Each new story you acquire will earn you Relief Decorations for your Orbiter!
The Granum Void is open to those who can pay the Granum Crown price - and of course, only those who have completed The Deadlock Protocol.
What you need to know:
How to play (Deadlock Protocol Quest spoilers):
Rewards :
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VELOX With a high fire rate, ammo efficiency and rapid reload when emptied, this unusual sidearm can hand out carnage all day long. Ammo efficiency is further increased when Protea uses this, her signature weapon.
RHOPTRON SYANDANA A confident warrior strides into battle, but the truly brazen announce their presence with an ostentatious flourish.
*Protea’s Alternate Helmets will be added to the Nightwave Cred Offerings once The Deadlock Protocol is live on all Platforms.
1a82c4e3991398b3ee1a21100b6721be.pngCORPUS ADVANTAGE BUNDLE Profit from the latest in Corpus combat innovations. Includes the Stahlta Rifle, Stropha Gunblade and Shi Armor Set.
7dc44f633e6ebe889e953c06055912ae.pngSTAHLTA Nail them to the wall! The Stahlta Automatic Rifle propels hardened steel rods at high speed, while a charged fire mode fuses a number of volatile rods together for a large radioactive explosion.
890c6edd2a64eb79b087e6f93756fa18.pngSTROPHA A short-blade melee Weapon with an ace up its sleeve. The Stropha sends nearby enemies flying with a powerful short-range shockwave.
SHI ARMOR SET Accept death, and escape it. Corpus craftsmanship applied to ancient principles; a masterwork of defensive and aesthetic design.
PRIMARY KITGUNS Rude Zuud has expanded her inventory to bring you brand new Primary Kitgun Grips for all new lethal wombo combos!
BRASH (Grip) Hold tight and unleash hell. Increased range for beam weapons; increased rate-of-fire for non-beam weapons. Reduced damage.
SHREWD (Grip) Trades lower Damage for faster Fire Rate and more controlled Recoil.
STEADYSLAM (Grip) The weapon grip of the measured killer. Slower Fire Rate and lower Range for Beam Weapons. High Damage with Recoil to match.
TREMOR (Grip) High Damage with Recoil to match. Slower Fire Rate.
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NEW MOA COMPANION Visit Legs in Fortuna to configure the newest Melee Moa Companion inspired by Rocky -- both in animation, and in sound design.
NYCHUS MOA (Model) This model is built for utility, using the Isolating Charge and Hard Engage precepts.
LEHAN CORE This core features enhanced Armor and Health, with standard Shields.
TYLI GYRO A system that redirects power from one defensive subroutine to streamline efficiency in others.
HONA BRACKET A versatile bracket featuring a Mod slot with a Naramon polarity.
HELSTRUM WEAPON Launches a swarm of micro-missiles.
NEW MOA EMOTION MODULE: TENACIOUS A tenacious emotion that pulls inspiration from boxing animations! Did someone order a piping hot TKO?!
*Check out the in-game Market for this new Moa Companion Emotion Module!
Riven Disposition Changes:
When we introduced separate Dispositions for each weapon variant back in November 2019, we planned to give new weapons a Disposition of 1 (the “average”), or matching the lowest member of the weapon family if it already had a Disposition lower than 1. Unfortunately, this meant that powerful new weapons (like the Kuva Lich collection) might have Rivens that start too strong, forcing reductions in accordance with our balance methodology.
In order to prevent this situation, we will be changing this policy: going forward, all new weapons will be released with the minimum Riven Disposition of 0.5. For The Deadlock Protocol, this includes the Dispositions on newly added Primary Kitguns, in addition to regular weapons (secondary Kitgun Dispositions will remain as-is.)
Full details can be found here:
New Questions & Answers (Q&A) Chat Channel:
We have added a brand new chat channel to Warframe! The ‘Questions and Answers Chat’ channel is now live to provide new and experienced players a place to seek and provide help in a dedicated and organized way. It will be toggled on by default for all new players entering the game for the first time, while Region Chat will be opt-in and can be enabled from Options. For existing players, your chat settings remain untouched but the Q&A Channel has been enabled on login.
Please read our “Guide to Using the Q&A Channel” before participating in the channel:‘qa’-chat-channel-use-guide/
Many Tenno may wonder what our larger goal is here. We have many motivations for these changes, but one of the strongest is the role Region chat plays our report systems. It may come as no surprise to hear that Region chat is home to the most reports of any channel in Warframe. These reports are reviewed and acted on by the staff here at Digital Extremes, and consequences have always been in place for offensive content. However, some consequences were not strict enough. We are aiming to reset the onboarding experience and chat experience in Warframe by including a new default Q&A channel to provide a dedicated place for players to bring Warframe knowledge to a chatroom in a designated place.
We also aim to clean up Region chat for members who like having a place to simply discuss Warframe. Region chat will be opt-in, and Offensive Language reports dealing with hate speech will have enforcement that is not up for appeal. If you find yourself under account restrictions due to Offensive Language, our stance is very clear here: We have no tolerance.
Pet Companion Stasis Removal: All Stasis slots have been converted into Companion slots. All your Kubrows and Kavats are now listed upon equipping a Companion in the Arsenal!
Due to no longer having Stasis, if you currently have a pup Companion (not yet Matured), upon equipping it in the Arsenal the UI will prompt you to either Mature or let it roam your Orbiter. The option to let it roam is only available if you don't have a proper Kubrow/Kavat equipped. When starting an Incubation your current roaming Companion will be put away.
New ‘Update History’ Button! When accessing the main menu (via ESC or Start), the bottom right will feature an ‘Update History’ button that allows you to get a quick sense of what’s changed since you last logged in!
General UI Additions & Changes:
Railjack Additions, Changes & Fixes:
General Additions:
General Changes:
Kuva Bramma Changes:
The Kuva Bramma has received balance changes to address it’s overwhelming chart topping usage. The Kuva Bramma still goes boom, and we look forward to your feedback once you’ve given it a try.
Full detail can be found here:
Garuda’s Talons Changes:
Kuva Lich Fixes:
Nightwave Changes & Fixes:
Controller Fixes:
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Do you think that by 2030 the developing world will catch up with the developed world and we will see humanities golden age?

This might be perplexing to read at first because of the situation in the developed world and corona but bear with me and let me explain why I think this is real possibility. I will address 3 issues here : the fastest build up of wealth of human history and end of poverty, the young developed world vs old developing world and over population and finally climate change and why green technology will exponentially be introduced.
Though it may come as an extreme surprise and it definitely got past the attention of the media in 2018 more than half of the world population was considered middle class. Now you may be thinking oh middle class in the West and middle class in the developing world mean completely different things. Wrong! Its adjusted for purchasing power parity which is the most useful measure for how large an economy is. Its pretty much being able to live a comfortable life. The middle class in China actually larger than the entire population of America. The reason that this news was shocking though is that in just 2016 they were predicting that at quickest it would happen would be end of 2020. The reason for this fast build up of wealth was trade liberalization and industrialization. Essentially when you heard of those stories of people working from 12 hours a day in factory getting 1 dollar an hour it was a marked improvement of their life as they used to be working 18 hours a day in a farm making a dollar a year and by the way a dollar can get you a crap more stuff in China than it can in the UK. As times goes on industrialization gets quicker as tried and tested methods are improved and new transport systems are introduced which can gets goods around quicker meaning wages rise faster as productivity increases. There are 2 places in the world with still a major amount of poverty : South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa. The majority of poverty in South Asia is in India and specifically in UP and Bihar. Post corona it was announced that apple and may other Japanese firms were outsourcing there meaning that they will soon leave poverty my guess by 2022. This is because China left poverty after 10 years and they started of with a 40 dollar per capita while India is staring off with 9000 ppp per capita-this will be the largest wealth creation in human history. The last place Sub Saharan Africa will be getting manufacturing after India and is in fact in the process of industrializing as that is where China is outsourcing. First it will be East Africa then West Africa while central Africa eg the Congo should be developing on its own as China and India and the developing world need certain minerals for infrastructure projects and they could get extremely wealthy from that. By 2025 to 2030 the world should have left poverty. Think of it this way- countries that were being outsourced to are now outsourcing for competitive advantage eg Huwaie and there is less labor so there is double the demand for cheap manufactured goods with half the supply of labor.
Secondly is over population.I assured this is nothing to worry about. Its a proven fact when women enter the workforce and people leave poverty they have way less kids. When manufacturing hits certain part of the world like West Africa and Up and Bihar where all the Indians are being born you will see significantly less children being born. The problem we should be worried about is under population and too many old people being supported by too few young people. I think the kids being born now in developing countries are like the boomers that were born in the US in the 60's as they are riding the good wave . By 2060 we could see a situation where every country is like Japan. This however is one of the reasons I say that this is humanities golden age as the amount of young people who will come and innovate with ideas. The developed world can't innovate any more as they have high wealth inequality where cash is kept to the 1 percent and super salaried suburbanites while everyone else work very low wage service jobs meaning they cant fulfill their dream eg more people are working in Apple stores then making the next Apple. Also they have horrific regulations-Brussels effect. However everywhere in the developing world you see a desire to innovate and become rich. Look at Shenzhen China for gods sake. This leads me on to my next point.
Climate change. You might think could the world handle more people requiring more energy? Well though it may surprise you the developing world will have smaller emissions then the developed word due to not developing auto centrically eg putting metros and high speed rail instead of roads and highways as 1) it reduces emissions and 2) it leaves space for more productive units like factories and houses instead of parking spaces and roads- China has 40 metros and India has ordered 30 to be built. There could be a Nigerian boy or Pakistan girl who knows how to fix climate change and could develop new technology but they are stuck in poverty. When wealth increases innovation times by a factor of 1000. We will have millions more minds and trillions of more investments on green technology. Current projections are unfair as they don't include the fact that all developing countries are moving toward sustainable development like India who spends 300 billion adjusted for ppp of green tetch or Kenya who will be one the first to develop in Africa spending on solar. This is because oil is expensive to import. When the world isn't poor and we have 90 percent of the world solving its problems instead of just the 20 percent we have now I truly believe that will be humanities golden age then when the developing world ages like the developed world we will look back at the good ole days.
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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-30)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)

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  15. Life Cycle Nutrition: An Evidence-Based Approach, 2nd Edition: Sari Edelstein
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  17. Tests & Measurement for People Who (Think They) Hate Tests & Measurement, 3rd Edition: Neil J. Salkind
  18. The Soils of the USA, 1st Edition: L.T. West & M.J. Singer & A.E. Hartemink
  19. Psychological Studies of Science and Technology, 1st Edition: Kieran C. O'Doherty & Lisa M. Osbeck & Ernst Schraube & Jeffery Yen
  20. The Psychology of Pandemics: Preparing for the Next Global Outbreak of Infectious Disease: Steven Taylor
  21. The Psychology of Micro-Targeted Election Campaigns, 1st Edition: Jens Koed Madsen
  22. School Social Work, 1st Edition: Leticia Villarreal Sosa & Tory Cox & Michelle Alvarez
  23. Social Work Practice and Social Welfare Policy in the United States: A History, 1st Edition: Philip R. Popple
  24. Fundamentals of Business Statistics, 1st Edition: J. K. Sharma
  25. Psychology of Terrorists: Profiling and CounterAction, 1st Edition: Raymond H. Hamden
  26. Research Design: Quantitative, Qualitative, Mixed Methods, Arts-Based, and Community-Based Participatory Research Approaches, 1st Edition: Patricia Leavy
  27. Clinical Molecular Medicine: Principles and Practice, 1st Edition: Dhavendra Kumar
  28. Compendium of Organic Synthetic Methods, Volume 13 Edition: Michael B. Smith
  29. INITIATION A L'ECONOMIE, 4th Edition: Michael PARKIN & Monique BARRETTE
  30. Economics: European Edition, 10th Edition: Michael Parkin & Melanie Powell & Kent Matthews
  31. Handbook of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work Practice and Research, 1st Edition: Sana Loue
  32. The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology, 1st Edition: Devon LL Polaschek & Andrew Day & Clive R. Hollin
  33. Scientific Pollyannaism: From Inquisition to Positive Psychology, 1st Edition: Oksana Yakushko
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  35. Architectured Materials in Nature and Engineering: Archimats, 1st Edition: Yuri Estrin & Yves Bréchet & John Dunlop & Peter Fratzl
  36. Thinking Security: Stopping Next Year's Hackers, 1st Edition: Steven M. Bellovin
  37. Critical Pedagogy in Nursing: Transformational Approaches to Nurse Education in a Globalized World, 1st Edition: Sue Dyson
  38. Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices, 7th Edition: Michael H. Granof & Saleha B. Khumawala & Thad D. Calabrese & Daniel L. Smith
  39. Feminist Perspectives on Social Work Practice: The Intersecting Lives of Women in the 21st Century, 1st Edition: Shannon Butler-Mokoro & Laurie Grant
  40. Biotechnology, 2nd Edition: David P. Clark & Nanette J. Pazdernik
  41. An Introduction to the Psychology of Humor, 1st Edition: Janet M. Gibson
  42. The Palgrave Handbook of Male Psychology and Mental Health, 1st Edition: John A. Barry & Roger Kingerlee & Martin Seager & Luke Sullivan
  43. Psychology's Misuse of Statistics and Persistent Dismissal of its Critics, 1st Edition: James T. Lamiell
  44. Financial Reporting and Analysis, 6th Edition: Lawrence Revsine & Daniel Collins & Bruce Johnson & Fred Mittelstaedt & Leonard Soffer
  45. Starting Out with Python, 4th Edition: Tony Gaddis
  46. Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, 6th Edition: Eric J. Simon & Jean L. Dickey & Jane B. Reece
  47. On Invisible Language in Modern English: A Corpus-based Approach to Ellipsis, 1st Edition: Evelyn Gandón-Chapela
  48. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 6th Edition: Charles Alexander & Matthew Sadiku
  49. Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques, 3rd Edition: Ian H. Witten & Eibe Frank & Mark A. Hall
  50. Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction, 8th Edition: Mark L. Knapp & Judith A. Hall & Terrence G. Horgan
  51. Behavioral Cybersecurity: Applications of Personality Psychology and Computer Science, 1st Edition: Wayne Patterson & Cynthia E. Winston-Proctor
  52. Digital Control System Analysis & Design, 4th Edition, Global Edition: Charles L. Phillips & Troy Nagle & James Brickley & Aranya Chakrabortty
  53. Starting Out with Python, 4th Edition, Global Edition: Tony Gaddis
  54. Starting Out With C++: Early Objects, 9th Edition: Tony Gaddis & Judy Walters & Godfrey Muganda
  55. Starting out with Visual C#, 4th Edition: Tony Gaddis
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  58. Python Crash Course: A Hands-On, Project-Based Introduction to Programming, 2nd Edition: Eric Matthes
  59. Starting Out with Java: From Control Structures through Objects, 6th Edition, Global Edition: Tony Gaddis
  60. Personality Psychology: Domains of Knowledge About Human Nature, 6th Edition: Randy Larsen & David Buss
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  64. Neuroanatomy for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 2nd Edition: Matthew H Rouse
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  67. McLaughlin & Kaluzny's Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care, 5th Edition: Julie K. Johnson & William A. Sollecito
  68. Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics, 6th Edition: Neil J. Salkind
  69. Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics: Using Microsoft Excel 2016, 4th Edition: Neil J. Salkind
  70. Understanding Business, 12th Edition: William Nickels & James McHugh & Susan McHugh
  71. Consumer Health & Integrative Medicine: A Holistic View of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practice, 2nd Edition: Linda Baily Synovitz & Karl L. Larson
  72. Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques, 4th Edition: Ian H. Witten & Eibe Frank & Mark A. Hall & Christopher J. Pal
  73. Essentials of Modern Business Statistics with Microsoft Excel, 8th Edition: David R. Anderson & Dennis J. Sweeney & Thomas A. Williams & Jeffrey D. Camm & James J. Cochran
  74. 70-742 Identity with Windows Server 2016: Microsoft Official Academic Course
  75. Documentation for Physical Therapist Practice: A Clinical Decision Making Approach, 1st Edition: Jacqueline A. Osborne
  76. The Wheelchair Evaluation: A Clinician's Guide, 2nd Edition: Mitchell Batavia
  77. Cultural Anthropology: Appreciating Cultural Diversity, 17th Edition: Conrad Kottak
  78. Global Health: Diseases, Programs, Systems, and Policies, 4th Edition: Michael H. Merson & Robert E. Black & Anne J. Mills
  79. Fundamentals of Ceramics, 2nd Edition: Michel Barsoum
  80. Understanding Nutrition: Standalone Book, 15th Edition: Whitney Robles
  81. Data Abstraction and Problem Solving with Java: Walls and Mirrors, 3rd Edition: Janet Prichard & Frank M. Carrano
  82. Orthopaedics for the Physical Therapist Assistant, 2nd Edition: Mark Dutton
  83. Fundamentals of Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist, 2nd Edition: Deborah R. Welling & Carol A. Ukstins
  84. Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition, 4th Edition: Heather Hedrick Fink & Alan E. Mikesky
  85. Integrated Principles of Zoology, 17th Edition: Cleveland Hickman & Susan Keen & Allan Larson & David Eisenhour & Helen I'Anson & Larry Roberts
  86. Understanding Business: The Core, 1st Edition: William Nickels
  87. Business: Connecting Principles to Practice, 1st Edition: William G. Nickels & James M. McHugh & Susan M. McHugh
  88. Variational Methods for Engineers with Matlab, 1st Edition: Eduardo Souza de Cursi
  89. Fundamentals of Nursing, 9th Edition: Patricia A. Potter & Anne Griffin Perry & Patricia Stockert & Amy Hall
  90. Animal Diversity, 7th Edition: Cleveland Hickman & Larry Roberts & Susan Keen & Allan Larson & David Eisenhour
  91. Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition, 5th Edition: Heather Hedrick Fink & Alan E. Mikesky
  92. Fundamentals of Queueing Theory, 5th Edition: John F. Shortle & James M. Thompson & Donald Gross & Carl M. Harris
  93. Hormones, Brain and Behavior, 3rd Edition: Donald W Pfaff & Marian Joels
  94. Endocrine Disruptors, Brain, and Behavior, 1st Edition: Heather B. Patisaul & Scott M. Belcher
  95. Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data, 2nd Edition: Jeffrey M. Wooldridge
  96. Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, 7th Edition: Jeffrey M. Wooldridge
  97. Principles of Taxation for Business and Investment Planning, 2020 Edition, 23rd Edition: Sally Jones & Shelley Rhoades-Catanach & Sandra Callaghan
  98. The Enduring Democracy, 5th Edition: Kenneth Dautrich
  99. March's Advanced Organic Chemistry: Reactions, Mechanisms, and Structure, 8th Edition: Michael B. Smith
  100. The Cultural Dimension of Global Business, 8th Edition: Gary P. Ferraro & Elizabeth K. Briody
  101. Starting Out with C++ from Control Structures to Objects, 9th Edition: Tony Gaddis
  102. Murach's JavaScript and jQuery, 3rd Edition: Zak Ruvalcaba & Mary Delamater & Anne Boehm & Mike Murach
  103. Moral Issues in Business, 13th Edition: William H. Shaw & Vincent Barry
  104. The NeuroICU Book, 2nd Edition: Kiwon Lee
  105. Delivering Health Care in America: A Systems Approach, 7th Edition: Leiyu Shi & Douglas A. Singh
  106. Managerial Accounting, 4th Edition: Stacey Whitecotton & Robert Libby & Fred Phillips
  107. Social Work Practice with Children, 4th Edition: Nancy Boyd Webb & Luis H. Zayas
  108. Multicultural Social Work Practice: A Competency-Based Approach to Diversity and Social Justice, 2nd Edition: Derald Wing Sue & Mikal N. Rasheed & Janice Matthews Rasheed
  109. Interplay: The Process of Interpersonal Communication, 14th Edition: Ronald B. Adler & Lawrence B. Rosenfeld & Russell F. Proctor II
  110. Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry, 12th Edition: Frederick A. Bettelheim & William H. Brown & Mary K. Campbell & Shawn O. Farrell & Omar Torres
  111. Evergreen: A Guide to Writing with Readings, 11th Edition: Susan Fawcett
  112. Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, 6th Edition: Jeffrey M. Wooldridge
  113. Cultural Anthropology: Global Forces, Local Lives, 3rd Edition: Jack David Eller
  114. Classic Readings in Cultural Anthropology, 4th Edition: Gary Ferraro
  115. Organic Chemistry, 6th Edition: Janice Smith
  116. Macroeconomics: Canada in the Global Environment, 9th Edition: Michael Parkin & Robin Bade
  117. Financial Accounting, 6th Canadian Edition: Walter T. Harrison & Charles T. Horngren & C. William Thomas & Greg Berberich & Catherine Seguin
  118. Financial Accounting Theory, 7th Edition: William R. Scott
  119. Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, 16th Edition: Kenneth C. Laudon & Jane P. Laudon
  120. Unifying Causality and Psychology: Being, Brain, and Behavior, 1st Edition: Gerald Young
  121. Management of Information Security, 6th Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord
  122. Macroeconomics, 13th Edition: Roger A. Arnold
  123. Fundamentals of Python: Data Structures, 2nd Edition: Kenneth Lambert
  124. Science and Engineering of Materials, 7th Edition: Donald R. Askeland & Wendelin J. Wright
  125. Family Solutions for Substance Abuse: Clinical and Counseling Approaches, 1st Edition: Eric E. Mccollum & Terry S Trepper & Terry S. Trepper
  126. Hospitality Law: Managing Legal Issues in the Hospitality Industry, 5th Edition: Stephen C. Barth & Diana S. Barber
  127. User's Guide to the 2015 AAMFT Code of Ethics: Benjamin E. Caldwell
  128. Ross & Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness, 13th Edition: Anne Waugh & Allison Grant
  129. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th Edition: American Psychological Association
  130. Social Work Treatment: Interlocking Theoretical Approaches, 6th Edition: Francis J. Turner
  131. DSM-5 in Action, 3rd Edition: Sophia F. Dziegielewski
  132. Inside Out and Outside In: Psychodynamic Clinical Theory and Psychopathology in Contemporary Multicultural Contexts, 4th Edition: Joan Berzoff & Laura Melano Flanagan
  133. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: DSM-5, 5th Edition: American Psychiatric Association
  134. Microeconomics with Calculus, Global Edition, 3rd Edition: Jeffrey Perloff
  135. Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money-That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!, 1st Edition: Robert T. Kiyosaki & Sharon L. Lechter
  136. How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day: Michael J. Gelb
  137. Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon: Kim Zetter
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  140. Bontrager's Handbook of Radiographic Positioning and Techniques, 9th Edition: Kenneth L. Bontrager & John Lampignano
  141. Serial Murderers and Their Victims, 7th Edition: Eric W. Hickey
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  145. Surveying, 6th Edition: Jack C. McCormac & Wayne A. Sarasua & William J. Davis
  146. Selling Today: Creating Customer Value, 7th Canadian Edition: Gerald L. Manning
  147. Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, Evaluation Copy, 7th Edition: Douglas C. Montgomery & George C. Runger
  148. Textbook of Ayurveda, Volume 1: Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda, 1st Edition: Vasant Lad
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  155. Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms, Volume 70, 1st Edition: Rudi van Eldik & Colin D. Hubbard
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Update on F2P Extreme Mode Account - 2 Years Old Now

Update on F2P Extreme Mode Account - 2 Years Old Now
For those wondering about the state of f2p in this game, I thought I'd give an update on my alt account, which is now two years old (or will be Monday, but I had more time today to write this).
This is an account that I don't pull for units/geamemento using gems. The only exceptions to this are the original 500 gem pull I did when I first created the account (I didn't reroll, just took the first pull I got, which had Teona and Courage), and I did the 1 gem gear pulls for 4 weeks that were available during one of the collaborations. Shortly after the advent of discount tickets, I started getting really annoyed at watching them expire, so I now also do pulls using gems only using discount tickets.
This account was created June 1st, 2018 (primarily as an MP host for Masamune farming during book farming fever). Because I was concerned that it might turn into a second main, I made a few strict rules to keep it subservient to my main account:

  1. No gem pulls except for when using discount tickets. The exceptions I noted above. I get all new units from free summons and unit tickets and the discount ticket pulls. Otherwise I only spend gems on continues and occasionally equipment. I also allow buying of unit shards for transmute in shops if I am within 25 shards of transmute (I made this rule during AoT since it seemed extremely wasteful not to get the AoT units when I had almost enough shards to transmute them) as well as buying the selector boxes and otherworlder enlightenment shards for gems.
  2. Auto-only for single player. I make occasional exceptions for this for specific special cases where it's required for something critical. Historically I only really needed it for a few Veda floors and Hayate J+, but since enlightenment there's been more cases where I have needed to manual to get sins or other important items. I did manual Veda - Fringe Dimension once so I could get the fire ring, but I don't plan to reset it. I still try to keep it to as little manual as possible. I also manualed for the Alchemy Port Raid but I don't think I will do this in the future (and will take my alt out of my main guild to allow someone who will manual to take the spot) since it's too time consuming. I only did it this time because we didn't have time to staff up.
  3. Only do MP when hosting. This is since this is the primary purpose of the account, so joining someone else's MP kind of violates the spirit.
As you might expect, this does limit progression some, but not as much as you might think. The account is capable of clearing most if not all content, although I don't do all EX+ and Hell content since they aren't generally auto friendly, and unless the rewards are particularly critical I won't manual them. I've also briefly been in the top 50 in arena, although lately I don't put much effort in so I've fallen down a lot (generally in the 1-2k range)
For reference, if you want to see how the account has come along in the year since my last post, you can see the previous post here:

Basic Account Stats:

Player level 245
302,312 gems
1,936m Zeni (actually Zeni capped so it won't let me trade in more ingots and have so many ingots I have no idea how much zeni I have)


I'm only listing units which are 4+ star gacha units or if I've built them at some point. You can assume any farmable unit available during this period I acquired, but if I didn't list them, they haven't been raised. I'm listing the max level of units, in some cases I haven't bothered to level them since I am not using them yet. Also unless noted, the units are fully job mastered and have all available job upgrades.

Yomi 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 149 shards
King 95, 2/5/2/5/0
Setsuna 95, 5/5/3/5/5, 300 shards
Seida 95, 5/5/3/4/5, 148 shards
Ramses 95, 5/5/5/4/5, 100 shards
Nefertiti 95, 4/2/2/2/5, 4 shards
Natalie 95, 5/5/3/2/4, 104 shards
Leoniaz 95, 5/5/4/5/5, 1 shard
Balt 95, 5/5/4/4/5, 118 shards
Scheherazade 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 9 shards
Rahu 95, 5/2/3/4/5, 159 shards
Lucian 95, 4/2/3/2/3, 55 shards
Hayate 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 157 shards
Lizardman 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 765 shards
Hiiragi 95, 5/5/3/5/5, 150 shards
Patty 95, 4/2/3/2/4, 3 shards
Fayrene 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 13 shards
Polin 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 73 shards
Tamamo 91, 5/5/3, 286 shards
Tina 91, 4/2/3, 67 shards
Dark Parashu 89, 4/0, 19 shards
Silma 85, 152 shards
Izayoi 85, 40 shards
Flamel 85 (only main job upgraded), 44 shards
Hazuki 85, 183 shards
Envy 85
Reiner 85 (only main job upgraded), 271 shards
Nasario 85 (only main job mastered), 5 shards
Ignis 75
Thillie 85 (only main job mastered and none upgraded), 18 shards
Acht 70 (only main job mastered), 295 shards
Suiran 82 (unbuilt)
Celine 85 (unbuilt), 70 shards
Bashosen 74 (unbuilt), 1 shard
Cordelia 85 (unbuilt), 286 shards

Vier 95, 5/5/2/2/5, 11 shards
Teona 95, 5/5/3/4/5, 123 shards
Mei Fang 95, 5/5/5/4/4, 102 shards
Magnus 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 36 shards
Lucretia 95, 4/2/3/2/3, 120 shards
Lotiyah 95, 5/5/4/4/5
Gerald 95, 5/5/5/4/5, 180 shards
Vanekis 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 352 shards
Ange 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 175 shards
Zofia 91, 5/2/3, 237 shards
Roxanne 91, 5/5/2, 58 shards
Fujika 91, 5/2/3, 104 shards
Rebecca 91, 5/5/3, 133 shards
Dark Laevateinn 89, 3/0, 23 shards
Lucia 85, 362 shards
Aruba 85, 18 shards
Vincent 85 (sage not upgraded), 94 shards
Dilga 85 (soldier not mastered)
Edgar 85 (gunner not mastered), 361 shards
Usalia 85 (thief not mastered)
Deneb 85 (only main job mastered/upgraded), 157 shards
Caris 85 (only main job mastered/upgraded), 267 shards
Monzein 85 (only main job mastered/upgraded), 198 shards
King Bradley 76 (twin-blade not mastered)
Sovereign 75
Eizan 85, 3 shards
Sharon 60 (unbuilt), 45 shards
Megistos 85 (unbuilt), 117 shards
Tsang Lei 66 (unbuilt)
Laila 60 (unbuilt), 104 shards
Chao 74 (unbuilt)

Yauras 95, 5/5/5/4/5, 129 shards
Tethys 95, 4/2/3/2/3, 51 shards
Shenmei 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 173 shards
Shayna 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 114 shards
Othima 95, 5/5/4/4/4, 398 shards
Letitia 95, 5/2/3/4/5, 66 shards
Itsuki 95, 4/2/3/2/3, 162 shards
Elizabeth 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 112 shards
Ankh 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 136 shards
Ennis 95, 4/2/3/3/4, 19 shards
Alaia 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 159 shards
Fung 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 157 shards
Zehn 91, 5/5/1, 4 shards
Yunagi 91, 4/2/3, 173 shards
Ravina 91, 4/2/3, 179 shards
Mikasa 91, 4/5/2
Lofia 91, 5/5/4, 132 shards
Lamia 91, 5/2/3, 165 shards
D'Artagnan 91, 4/2/3, 25 shards
Sophia 85, 134 shards
Klima 85, 376 shards
Lisbeth 85, 328 shards
Gunner 85 (crafter not JM), 59 shards
Prinny 85 (only main job JM)
Reagan 85 (only main job JM, no job upgrades)
Elrike 80 (only main job JM and upgraded)
Gane 85 (only main job JM and upgraded), 14 shards
Soren 70
Riza Hawkeye 66 (only main job JM)
Mikoto 82 (unbuilt)
Chat Noir 80 (unbuilt)
Annika 85 (unbuilt), 148 shards
Chiruru 79 (unbuilt)

Vettel 95, 5/5/4/4/4, 171 shards
Dark Setsuna 95, 2/2/2/2/5, 27 shards
Dark Masamune 95, 5/5/2/5/5
Miuna 95, 3/2/3/2/5, 8 shards
Kaya 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 207 shards
Gilfred 95, 4/2/3/2/4, 245 shards
Eve 95, 4/2/3/4/5, 103 shards
Emma 95, 5/5/4/4/5, 38 shards
Dorothea 95, 5/2/3/4/4, 103 shards
Daisy 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 98 shards
Cadanova 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 191 shards
Melda 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 179 shards
Courage 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 79 shards
Chihaya 95, 4/5/3/4/3, 5 shards
Alyu 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 376 shards
Vargas 95, 5/5/5/4/5, 45 shards
Vivi 91, 4/2/3, 110 shards
Lupinus 91, 5/5/3, 58 shards
Eren 91, 4/2/0, 1 shard
Masamune 91, 5/5/5, 242 shards
Arkil 91, 3/2/2/0 (thief not upgraded), 354 shards
Kagura 91, 4/2/3, 714 shards
Reimei 85 (only main job upgraded), 293 shards
Noah 85, 345 shards
Zangetsu 85 (samurai not upgraded), 123 shards
Pamela 85, 80 shards
Kamui 85, 18 shards
Strie 85 (unbuilt), 85 shards
Ines 83 (unbuilt)
Ila 85 (unbuilt), 128 shards
Hazel 85 (unbuilt), 283 shards
Fury 62 (unbuilt), 187 shards

Sieba 95, 5/5/3/5/5, 50 shards
Zain 95, 5/5/4/5/5, 126 shards
Suzuka 95, 5/5/5/4/5, 111 shards
Ryle 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 36 shards
Nina 95, 5/5/3/4/5, 69 shards
Neica 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 129 shards
Mielikki 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 79 shards
Chloe 95, 5/5/4/4/4, 112 shards
Cheryl 95, 3/5/2/2/5, 12 shards
Hisham 95, 4/2/3/2/3, 142 shards
Decel 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 345 shards
Kanon 95, 5/5/4/4/5, 645 shards
Aisha 95, 4/4/3/4/4, 102 shards
Spica 91, 5/2/5, 178 shards
Bud 91, 5/2/2, 227 shards
Hange 91, 3/2/0, 5 shards
Logi 95 (soldier not mastered), 4/2/3/2/3, 31 shards
Celliers 87, 4 shards
Fiona 85
Fairily 85, 350 shards
Carol 85 (only main job upgraded), 211 shards
Alphonse 85
Amaterasu 85 (professor not upgraded, shrine maiden not mastered)
Tyrfing 85 (only main job upgraded), 467 shards
Soleil 85 (only sage mastered, not upgraded), 92 shards
Freed 85 (only main job mastered and upgraded), 68 shards
Zeke 85 (only main job mastered, not upgraded), 85 shards
Victor 83 (unbuilt)
Tomas 70 (unbuilt)
Eros 71 (unbuilt)
Olga 85 (unbuilt), 94 shards
Margaret 85 (unbuilt), 3 shards
Hugo 75 (unbuilt)
Fraise 85 (unbuilt), 35 shards
Alma 60 (unbuilt), 189 shards

Jin 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 177 shards
Zahar 95, 5/5/4/5/5, 79 shards
Sol 95, 2/2/2/2/4, 8 shards
Priscilla 95, 5/5/3/4/5, 44 shards
Neun 95, 5/5/3/5/5, 189 shards
Kudanstein 95, 5/5/5/4/5, 180 shards
Basheeny 95, 5/5/3/4/4, 166 shards
Aswald 95, 4/2/4/2/3, 66 shards
Albea 95, 5/5/5/3/4, 45 shards
Mia 95, 4/2/3/2/3, 279 shards
Gormalas 95, 4/2/3/4/4, 179 shards
Anastasia 95, 5/2/3/4/4, 195 shards
Rosa 91, 4/2/3, 152 shards
Levi 91, 5/5/3
Dias 95 (soldier not mastered), 4/2/3/2/3, 664 shards
Hozuki 87, 1/0, 8 shards
Reido 95 (magic swordsman not upgraded), 4/2/3/4/4, 62 shards
Reida 85 (sage not upgraded, shrine maiden not mastered), 30 shards
Mirianne 85 (dark knight not mastered), 97 shards
Blanchett 85 (only twin blade mastered/upgraded)
Glanz 85 (only ninja mastered, no jobs upgraded), 128 shards
Dark Zain 75, 88 shards
Aranea 75 (twin blade not mastered)
Edwin 84 (unbuilt)
Dark Princess Yomi 73 (unbuilt)

Units to potentially transmute with significant shards farmed (120+):

  • Creto (815)
  • Carla (663)
  • Ren (452)
  • Longinus (134)
  • Forcas (122)
  • Corvus (766)
  • Freikugel (159)
  • Yna Ku (120)
  • Wilhelm (494)
  • Leafah (441)
  • Uzuma (284)
  • Parashu (157)
  • Toritoh (236)
  • Emmel (144)
  • Dark Tyrfing (125)
  • Moa (103 - have a selector I may use for her)
  • Tsukuyomi (128)


The lack of gem pulls means that I have a very limited supply of memento (although much improved since the free daily was added). I've relied mostly on free pulls, tickets and selectors for them. I've also gotten a few from discount tickets and a few lucky limited ones from buying the Holy Guard tickets in the vision coin shop. Below is a list of my gacha 5 star mementos (you can assume I have at least MLB of all free ones). I have all the 4 star ones and below at this point so I won't list those, although not all of them are MLB yet:

Unfulfilled Dark Ambition (Zahar) - 3 LB
Growing Kinship (Spica) - 1 LB
I'll Protect You (Mia)
Pair of Jokers (Magnus)
Thousand-Nights Poppy (Lamia 5 star) x 2
One Who Wavers in the Dark (Kudanstein)
Shooting Star Wishes (Jin) - 2 LB
A Glorious Blooming of Beauty (Tamamo)
I Return to Ash (Setsuna)
Ancient Garb (Reido)
Thawing Snow, Hopeful Home (Kagura)
Inspiring Marksman (Courage)
Clutching the Fading Silhouette (Albea) - 2 LB
Animal Study Group (Nina)
From Unkind Past to Hopeful Future (Toritoh)
Prayer to Pride (Lakina) - 1 LB
Broken Blade (Yauras) - 3 LB
What Must Be Done (Lofia) - 1 LB
Summer Beach Practice (Rebecca limited)
A Party that Never Ends (Othima)
Sweet...and Warm (Ravina)
Magic Girls' Brunch (Emma)
Summer Beach Lessons (Alma summer- the one free copy from challenge board)
Alma's Laughing, but... (Alma)
Monochrome Blossoms (Sieba)
Torchlight Through a Looking Glass (Zehn)
Hungry Ensemble (Vier)
A Night of Drinking Lifeblood (Neun) - 1 LB
My Ray of Sunshine (Acht) - 1 LB (plus extra copy)
The Conqueror (Orion)
Until the Last of the Embers Burns (Lucia)
Glittering Shard of Triumph (Teona)
Defenders of Justice (Zain) - 1 LB
Study Guide (Victor)
Scarlet Flames of Bygone Days (Vettel) - 5 LB (used reliefs to get an MLS on this one)
To Do What's Right (Monzein 5 star)
Devastating Defeat (Chloe) - 3 LB
Inherited Justice (Kanon)
Guardian of the White Sands (Ryle) - 3 LB
The New Continental Justice (Basheeny) - 2 LB
Burning Desert Vow (Balt)


The weak spot of no gem pulls is very limited supply of gacha gear. I rely rather heavily on farmable gear, the Veda shop, VCRs and the occasional free gear tickets. They've gotten a bit more generous with gear selectors as well of late. Below are listed the gacha and gacha memento VCR 4+ star items I have as well as a few event items of note that are farmable. I have farmed at least one of almost every event gear since the account was created. All are 5 star unless otherwise listed.

Battlefield Drama (4 5 star, 1 3 star)
Dazzling Baubles (Sieba VCR)
Lord Commander Medal (Zain VCR) x 2
Elegant Writings (Yauras VCR) x 3
Vestiges of Murasaki (Jin VCR)
Evocative Censer (Vier VCR)
Scarlet Flame Guard's Cape (Victor VCR)
Sparkling Flower Hair Ornament (Toritoh VCR)
Colosseum Medallion (Teona VCR)
Happy Rabbit (Strie VCR) x 3
Pyroxene of Remembrance (4 star memento VCR) x 3
Anti-Missile Pendant
Bright Compassion and Pale Affection (Setsuna VCR)
Blood-Spmeared Forbidden Book (Rosa VCR) x 3
Record of Unspeakable Sin (Lofia VCR)
Ring Guard - Black Flames
Ring of the Bright Knight
Proof of the Sun Successor (Ramses VCR) x 5
Shadow Messiah's Bonds (Mia VCR) x 3
Scarf of Wisdom (Othima VCR)
Sealed Military Texts (Orion VCR)
Overcoat of Invincibility (Neun VCR) x 2
Legion-God Necklace x 3
Belva Pendant
Murmur Matches (Sabareta VCR)
Trick Deck (Magnus VCR)
Golden Bell Hair Tie (Lucia VCR)
Sweet Toy Box (Ravina VCR)
Scarf of the Rising Ashes
Dark Matter (Kudanstein VCR)
Welcome Home Present (Kagura VCR)
Night Fox Mask (Izayoi VCR) x 3
Silma Homemade Hair Ornament (Spica VCR) x 2
Wanderer's Hat x 8
Wadatsumi Brush (Fujika VCR) x 5
Single Poppy (Lamia 4 star VCR) x 2
Botanical Garden Watering Can (Fairily VCR) x 4
Sparkly Nail Polish (Emma VCR)
Star Meteor x 3
Curious Doll (1 5 star, 4 4 star)
Wild Meat (D'Artagnan VCR) x 6
Nina's Handmade Plushie
Wonder Chronos x 3
Holy Ring - White Night
Insignia of the Sand Hawks (Carla VCR)
Teacup and Handkerchief x 6
White-Winged Banner (Ankh 4 star VCR)
Friendship Bracelet (Alma summer VCR)
Shayna Fan Club Membership Card (Shayna 3 star VCR)
Musical Score "Return of the Blue Flame" (Alaia VCR)
Woeful Eyepatch (Acht VCR) x 2
Ronin Hood of Memories (Zehn VCR)
Yggdrasil Shield
Lovely Bodice (Shayna 4 star VCR) x 2
Sacred Coat (4 star)
Scarf of Aspiration (Retzius VCR) x 2
Seventh's Spaulder (Lakina VCR) x 2
Novice Armor (Monzein VCR)
Belva Gauntlet (4 star)
Elaine's Feather Hat (Elaine VCR)
Knight of Justice's Garb (Kanon VCR)
White Night Knight Garb (Basheeny VCR) x 3
Twilight Cape (Aswald VCR) x 5
Engraved Phalanx Armor
Dragon-God Battledress x 2
Precious Armor (1 5 star, 1 4 star)
Chronos Armor (1 5 star, 3 4 star)
Crimson Guard (1 5 star, 2 4 star)
Magnus' Coat (Albea VCR) x 2
Inconspicuous Overcoat (Tamamo VCR)
Staff of Rich Harvest (4 star)
Umbrella Staff
Scarlet Flame Guard's Sword - White-Silver (Vettel VCR) x 4
Twilight Tarot (4 star)
Crowley Sword (1 5 star, 3 4 star)
Charming Sword (4 star)
Dragonhead Gauntlet
Saint's Bicorn
Vorpal Geo Blades (1 5 star, 1 4 star)
Staff of Thriving Business (4 star)
Golden Jade Tarot
Ogre Slaying Blade (4 star)
King of Herrings (5 star)
Bejeweled Cane Sword Cynthia (Letitia VCR) x 4
Salty Dog Blade (4 star)
Ryle's Bow (Ryle VCR) x 3
Broadsword (Lambert VCR)
Charming Rod (1 5 star, 3 4 star)
Binding Staff (1 5 star, 1 4 star)
Nina's Pointing Stick (Nina VCR)
Swift Kunai - Comet
Jikunai Satsuki
Timestealer Scythe
Soulstealer Scythe (4 star)
Psychedelic Flask (4 star)
Giga Blaze Buster
Valhalla Lance (1 5 star, 1 4 star)
Coquelicot Lance (Lamia 5 star VCR)
Keepsake Rifle (Courage VCR)
Demon Bane Kunai (2 4 star)
Dirk of Projection
Ocean Espada
Feng Shui White-Silver Board
Blacksmith Hammer (3 4 star)
Killer Gunlance (Gerald VCR) x 4
Charm Pistols (4 star)
Faustian Greatsword
Flask of Wishes (Elizabeth VCR) x 6
Twin Storm-Blades (2 4 star)
Techno Flask
Sparkling Crystal Sword Lumiere (Chloe VCR) x 4
Serenity Chakram (1 5 star, 1 4 star)
Roaring Slash (1 5 star, 2 4 star)
Violent Minotaur Axe
Beast Lord Talons
War Labrys (3 4 star)
Mirage Sword
Raging Fire Flamberge (1 5 star, 1 4 star)

Upgrade Items:

Rainbow Soul Shard x 999 (not sure how many I actually have since it won't display past that)
Wind Soul Shard x 668
Thunder Soul Shard x 630
Water Soul Shard x 703
Fire Soul Shard x 566
Light Soul Shard x 338
Dark Soul Shard x 364
Otherworlder Enlightenment Shard x 655
Gold Gear Shard x 999 (not sure how many I actually have since it won't display past that)
Sinful Indulgence x 168
Otherworldly Indulgence x 67
Retribution for Sin x 97
Otherworldly Retribution x 10
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Covid-19 update 4th May

Good morning from the UK. May the fourth be with you. It's Star Wars day everyone.

Most people will by now be aware of the on-demand streaming service from Disney called Disney +. My wife loves all things Disney (and has been watching it heavily as she wrestles with her mental health during the lockdown). The service provides their extensive back catalogue of productions they’ve made (Snow White, Mickey Mouse, Mary Poppins, 101 Dalmations, Lion King etc etc), but also those they’ve acquired by buying other companies (Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars for instance).
As most people will know, the first Star Wars film - now known as episode 4 - came out in 1977 (I watched it last week, it’s still fresh). Directed by George Lucas (who four years previously had secured nominations at the oscars and golden globes for his film American Graffiti), none of the major movie studios were keen on taking the film on because there’d been a recent rash of sci-fi flops. 20th Century Fox decided to take a punt on it but to shield themselves from potential losses they struck a deal with Lucas; he’d give up $500,000 in directing fees but could keep licensing and merchandising rights for himself. Oops. Business Insider says that in 1978 $100m worth of star wars figures were sold and by 2011 (which didn’t even have a Star Wars film released), the annual star wars toy sales were up to $3bn. In 2012 Lucas sold LucasFilm (which owned Star Wars) to Disney for a reported $4.05bn. Add in the previous toy sales and Lucas is said to be worth around $5bn. Which is nice.
Whilst licensing and merchandising rights weren’t really much a thing back then (which is presumably why Fox struck the deal with Lucas), these days they’re a big revenue stream. This article from BBC last year (published a few days before the release of toy story 4) highlighted that 23% of all toy sales in the UK were from movie franchises and the toy story franchise was driving 20% of sales in Disney retail stores whilst Buzz Lightyear is the best selling toy of all time. Curious then that Avatar didn’t tap into this lucrative additional revenue stream when it came out in 2009.
Frozen came out in time for Christmas 2013 and rapidly became a sensation in the movie theatres before becoming available on digital download on February 25th 2014 and three weeks on DVD, rapidly becoming Amazon’s best selling children’s movie ever; in its first week on DVD format it sold three times more copies then the next 19 movies combined. Frozen toys sold particularly well during the 2014 holiday shopping quarter, helping Disney's consumer products unit earn a $626 million profit, up 46 percent from a year earlier (Source: Yahoo Finance).
With broadband speeds becoming ever faster and available to more and more people DVD sales have inevitably declined in recent years. Toy sales though haven’t and it’s important for your revenue streams to have supporting merchandise if you release a major title. The Mandalorian (a new TV show in the Star Wars franchise which has been heavily promoted by Disney to attract more subscribers to Disney +) came out in the US in November 2019. Disney was keen to keep Baby Yoda a surprise - so much so it didn’t manufacture any Baby Yoda toys for Christmas 2019. This I would argue was an unusual miss from Disney which usually doesn’t miss a trick; Baby Yoda has become an internet sensation.
Disney was aiming to go all out with The Mandalorian in general and Baby Yoda in particular in 2020, presumably hoping to make tens of millions in profit from it. Covid-19 is threatening to put paid to that; CNN flagged two months ago that if things weren’t back to normal by June or July manufacturing of Baby Yodas would be down 5-10% (link); presumably that could have a significant dent to Disney’s toy revenue stream this year. The Baby Yoda supply chain may be experiencing disruption for now but in the meantime you can buy Star Wars themed facemasks if you like from Disney’s official shop - they’ve already donated $1m in profits from sale of those masks to a humanitarian aid organisation that distributes medical support to communities in need.

Virus news in brief

Virus Statistics

I’m no longer going to publish virus statistics from Johns Hopkins because the amazing efforts of rkuzsma and TeMPOraL_PL mean it’s fully automated (woohoo!). Get your own daily virus statistics (you can set cut offs as you see fit) here.

Supply chain news in brief

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