Warframe Podcast Episode 101 – Evolving Weapon Mechanics

Well… we’re back at episode 1 again… kinda.  Was a little weird to hit 100 episodes, but we’re so glad you stuk with us along the way.

While there’s still a bunch of downtime at DE due to TennoCon preparations, we took the time to discuss the evolution of weapon mechanics and how we’d like to see them KEEP evolving. Ratchet and Clank style weapons? Why not, I say!

And of course we have all the usual segments to keep you entertained – business as usual for Cephalon Squared!


  • News: Rebb/Mega raise $40k for St Jude’s, Partner Program is ending/changing, Cephalon Joke-a-thon contest is live
  • Discussion: Evolving Weapon Mechanics
  • Beginner Topic: what should you spend money on?
  • Advanced Topic: Amalgam Argonak Metal Auger

Warframe Podcast

For all the show notes, check out the new website for the podcast – click here for this week’s notes.

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Greg Newbegin
Greg Newbeginhttp://genewbegin.com
Gamer since the early '80s. Dad. May or may not be terrible at video games. Also a writer of fantasy, sci-fi, and horror - see what I'm working on at genewbegin.com!

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