Warframe Podcast Episode 150 – Endgame Warframes, Companions & The End of Cephalon Squared

After 150 main episodes spanning a period of 3 years and 2 months, Cephalon Squared’s Warframe podcast is finally coming to an end.

In this final episode, the Cephalons discuss endgame warfames and companions, based on feedback from their Discord community, followed by heartfelt thank yous as the show winds down. Before to stick around until the end for a silly surprise, as should be expected from the guys.

Thank you to all of you for listening over the years, we really appreciate your support. In fact, we couldn’t have done it without you.  

If you think you’ll miss these crazy Aussies, join the Discord.

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

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Final episode, available now wherever you listen to your podcasts – search for “Warframe” or “Cephalon Squared”!

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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