Go Visit Daughter Because Nights of Naberus Returns To Warframe
It’s time to celebrate the Orokin festival of mirth and mischief.
Once again the Orokin are celebrating immortality with their annual Nights of Naberus event. This means a visit to Daughter is in order because she’s saved an invitation for you. She’s even dressed up for the occasion.
During the month-long event, Warframe players can collect Mother Tokens and trade them to Daughter for new goodies, like the Nyctalus Ephemera. In addition to what she offered last time, Daughter has added more items, including customizations and weapon blueprints. Some items on the list include a Stalker Noggle, a Basmu Blueprint, a Ceti Lacera Blueprint, and a Ballroom Simulacrum Scene. Of course, players can also buy an event bundle in the in-game Market as well as Day of the Dead customizations, discounted skins, and more.
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