Warframe has a huge number of different types of Warframes you can use, as well as different builds that players adjust to their style of play. In this guide, you will learn how to get Zephyr and develop the best build for him.

How to Craft Zephyr in Warframe

Zephyr can be purchased in the market on the orbiter for 275 platinum. The blueprint and components can be copied in the Tenno laboratory, in the Dojo, after researching it. The cost of copying the main blueprint is 35,000 credits, the components 15,000 credits, so a full copy will cost 80,000 credits. Components can be crafted in 12 hours, for 15,000 credits each. And the warframe itself is created in 72 hours and for 25,000 credits.

How to Build Zephyr in Warframe

Zephyr – Agile and graceful, beautiful, and deadly Warframe when in its native element. With the ability to bend air, she represents the Terror of the heavens, which punishes everyone from the air.

To become this terror, Fulmin is ideal as the primary weapon, and the Epitaph as a secondary one. And for melee, Zephyr needs a versatile and fast weapon like the Redeemer.

Recommended mods:

  • Aura Mod – Aerodynamic
  • Exilus Mod – Aviator
  • Stretch
  • Vitality
  • Continuity
  • Overextended
  • Streamline
  • Intensify
  • Transient Fortitude
  • Intensify
  • Flow

The essence of the build is to stay Airborn by using Tail Wind, and by controlling enemies using Airburst and Tornado, to achieve huge damage by shooting a Fulmin at a tornado. For such a result, you need to level up Zephyr, so that the ranged abilities are higher than 100%, as well as Efficiency, Strength, and Duration. For higher stats, replace the mods with their Prime or Umbral versions.

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