Warframe has a lot of good weapons. Most of them are fixed and their stats can’t be changed. But there are also two categories of weapons that you can craft on your own. One of these is Kitguns, which can be used as both primary and secondary ranged weapons. The specifics of each kitgun are based on components you used to craft it and today we are going to tell you about one of the chambers that affect the way your weapon shoot. This guide will explain to you how to get the Sporelacer in Warframe.

How to get the Sporelacer in Warframe

The Sporelacer in Warframe is a kitgun chamber which means it affects the way your kitgun shoot. In the case of this one, it is going to shoot with toxic explosive shots. Despite kitguns are mostly Solaris weapons it would be quite a strange thing if they got a toxic weapon like this. So, you will need to go to those who are known for their relationship with poisoned and infested stuff.

In order to get the Sporelacer in Warframe, you will need to go to Deimos. There you will find different members of the Entrati family and the one you need is Father. He will sell you the Sporelacer’s blueprint for 500 Entrati Standing. You won’t need to rank up your reputation with this syndicate as the chamber for kitgun requires Rank 0 with Entrati.

After you buy the blueprint you will be able to craft the Sporelacer. This will require the next ingredients: x5,000 Credits, x15 Pustulite, x20 Adramal Alloy, x25 Benign Infested Tumor, and x10 Sporulate Sac. All of these resources can be acquired on the Cambion Drift. After you craft the chamber you will be able to make your kitgun with it. Good luck in your further playthrough.

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