Β Everything You Need to Know About Excalibur Builds

One of the most popular games in Warframe has been Excalibur. Earlier, it was easy to practice and smoothen your hands-on Excalibur. Still, now it doesn’t seem very easy because of the Prime package.

Everything You Need to Know About Excalibur Builds

In this guide, we will focus on the standard Excalibur package and the mods that it has and how you should get through the mission. Primarily, we will discuss the various build that is the critical part of the game.

TL;DR

  • πŸ›‘οΈ Umbra has a 75 point increase in armor compared to regular Excalibur, giving him a significant advantage in damage reduction.
  • πŸŒ€ Excalibur’s slash dash ability raises the combo counter and damage scales from ability strength, damage mods, and even his passive, making it a versatile and powerful attack.
  • πŸ—‘οΈ Radial Javelin is a powerful ability that launches javelins towards enemies, dealing high damage and impaling them to walls, providing a much-needed breathing room in intense combat situations.
  • βš”οΈ Exalted blade summons a sword of pure light and immense power so basically you hit this when all else fails if you want something to just die.
  • πŸ—‘οΈ Excalibur’s ability augments, such as surging dash and radiant finish, can significantly enhance his melee damage and combo counter, making them essential for maximizing his potential in combat.
  • πŸ’ͺ Exalted Blade’s damage is boosted by the Chromatic Blade augment, increasing status chances by 300% and changing damage type based on Excalibur’s energy color.
  • πŸ›‘οΈ Umbra mods give Excalibur so much health, strength, and armor, making it a no brainer to include them fully maxed.
  • πŸ’ͺ “This is just a no-brainer. This is so much extra damage that you’d be a fool not to run.”

The Exalted Blade Build

The Exalted Blade Build

If you think that building an exalted weapon is easy, then you are wrong. If you look closely, the chromatic blade will get you a 100% status chance that will help you overload the condition with the augmented mod.

You will be healed from any damages. On the contrary, you can add two elemental damage mods and use the standard version. Trustworthy Steel and Organ Shatter will help you in getting through this one by preventing you from damages.

The Beginner Build

The Beginner Build

The Beginner build features the mods that are easy to get, and many people run behind this. If you are not a sword fighter, you can also run through this one and get yourself this beginner build to work for.

For survival, you might need Vitality and Redirection. The most crucial thing in this build is to increase your status chance to deal with a lot of damage due to the condition overload and augmented mod.

For survival, you might need Vitality and Redirection, especially when you will approach enemies to form a higher level. Once you get there, you must have some extra survival to deal with the damage.

However, you need to take care of that you do not panic and rush. Once you start rushing, then you will be out in a minute. So, keep calm and use the mod to get through this one.

The Standard Build

The Standard Build

Next comes the Standard build that is mainly the Exalted Blade. This exalted blade is responsible for the activation of a holy weapon. It will save you from any damages or, in other words, and you can say that it will provide you a significant damage boost.

You will get a strong sword that you can use to kill the enemies in no time as it is speedy. The most important and vital key to the high damage output is the Chromatic Blade and the Exalted blade.

The next important thing is that the energy pool is shallow, and therefore you should use the Primed Flow. Also, you can switch from vitality to any other survival mode.

The Tank Build

The Tank Build

Another one is a tank build that is known for healing with significant damage. This version combines the standard build with more healing to the damage and provides a tank build. Some of the great additions here are Adaption and Steel Fiber.

Also, you can bring the Chromatic Blade augmented mod and help the energy drain for your ability. The most crucial thing in this build is to learn the strength and weaknesses of this build.

For your survival in the tank build, you will need to learn the strengths and weaknesses to opt for any other mod for survival at the right time. Make sure to use the second ability to make everyone blind and then kill them with the strong sword to get through this build.

The Slash Dash Build

The Slash Dash Build

This one is a little bit week than the beginner or the standard build but is also super fun to play with. This fantastic build requires you to jump in the room and then kill everything and everyone that comes in your way.

You will have to maintain your strength here as there is a lot of condition overload. Also, you will have to maintain the right combination of strength, range, and efficiency to face the enemies.

If the energy pool is running low, then you can use the Primed Flow. Also, make sure to switch whenever you feel that the conditions and circumstances are getting trickier, then you can opt for another survival mode. This is super fun even if you do not make it to higher enemies’ higher levels.

The Sentinel Mode Build

The Sentinel Mode Build

The Sentinel Mode Build is the most special one in the whole series. If you are in the operator mode, then the Warframe will switch to the Sentinel mode on its own.

It will also start to defend itself, and all you need to do is build the Sentinel as tanky as possible to survive through this.

It provides you the Umbral Intensify that may seem useless, but still, it will allow you to boost you to other mods.

However, you will be needed to choose a potent weapon as this is one of the most challenging parts of the mission. You can either use the Kohm or the Rubico Prime to get through this one and prevent damage.

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