Warframe Harrow: Harrow Prime, Abilities, And How To Build
In Warframe, Harrow is one of the most popular Warframes there is, owing to its strong abilities, unique aesthetic, and relative ease of building. Warframe is built around finding and creating mech suits called Warframes, allowing a player's Operator to become extremely powerful in a number of ways. So, if you want to know everything about the Warframe Harrow suit, including how to build it, we've got you covered.
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Warframe Harrow: What Is The Harrow Warframe?
The Harrow Warframe is designed with a dark priest aesthetic, taking on a mostly dark red colour scheme, with an accent of off-white. Its passive gives it 200% Overshield capacity and allows you to spawn into missions with your Energy at full. Harrow comes with four abilities which are:
- Condemn - Cast a wave of energy that chains them where they stand. Each enemy held reinforces Harrow's shields.
- Penance - Sacrifice shields to boost reload, and fire rate while converting damage inflicted on enemies into health for Harrow and nearby allies.
- Thurible - Channel Harrow's energy into the Thurible to generate a buff. Once finished, kill enemies to bestow nearby allies with bursts of energy. The more energy channelled, the greater the reward for each kill. Headshots produce extra energy.
- Covenant - Protect nearby allies with an energy force that absorbs all damage and converts it to a Critical Chance bonus for all those under the Covenant. Headshots are amplified even further.
After you have built the Harrow, there are a few cosmetics you can manufacture for it. These are the Suffragen Helmet, Crucis Helmet, Hierophobia Helmet, Graxx Skin, and Reliquary Skin. It can also be used with the following Augments: Tribunal, Warding Thurible, and Lasting Covenant.
Warframe Harrow: How To Build It
To create the Warframe Harrow suit, you will need to acquire the Neuroptics, Chassis, and Systems blueprints, followed by the main blueprint to put them all together. The main blueprint can be gained for completing the main quest, Chains of Harrow. To make this accessible in your Codex, you will need to have completed The War Within quest, and played the Mot Survival mode in the Void. Once you have the blueprint, the crafting cost is 25,000 Credits, all three parts, and 2000 Kuva.
The Chassis blueprint can be dropped from enemies in the Void Fissure missions, requiring 15,000 Credits, 20,000 Alloy Plate, 25,000 Salvage, 800 Oxium, and 5 Orokin Cells. The Neuroptics can be found inside Rotation A Spy vaults on Pago, in the Kuva Fortress, with a cost of 15,000 Credits, 1500 Rubedo, 4000 Polymer Bundles, 2000 Plastids, and 5 Warframe Neural Sensors. Lastly, the Systems blueprint being earned from Defections missions on Rotation B and C. To build it you will need 15,000 credits, 2500 Circuits, 1000 Cryotic, 25,000 Ferrite, and 15 Control Modules.
Warframe Harrow: Harrow Prime
The Warframe Harrow suit also comes with an upgraded Prime version. Once again, this requires you to collect the four blueprints, however, it's randomised by having to use Relics - Warframe's version of loot boxes - to get them.
The main blueprint can be earned from the Axi K6 Relic, and requires 25,000 Credits, the three parts, and 5 Orokin Cells. The Chassis blueprint can be gained from the Meso G3 Relic, needing 15,000 Credits, 2 Tellurium, 450 Plastids, 1425 Polymer Bundles, and 5,500 Alloy Plates. The Harrow Prime Neuroptics blueprint is a drop in the Axi T8 Relic, and needs 15,000 Credits, 2 Argon Crystals, 600 Cryotic, 1,100 Circuits, and 4,975 Nano Spores. Lastly, the Systems blueprint can come in both the Lith H3 and H4 Relics, requiring 15,000 Credits, 2 Nitain Extract, 3 Neurodes, 1250 Rubedo, and 3800 Salvage.
That's our breakdown of the Warframe Harrow suit, and now you know the Warframe's abilities, how to build it, and how to get the better version, Harrow Prime.
Once you've built your Harrow, deck it out with some extra customisation by equipping it with a Warframe Ephemera.