Narrow Minded Warframe: Farming Corrupted Mods Guide

In order to get Narrow Minded Warframe, players need to farm the corrupted mods. We have mentioned how to farm the corrupted mods properly.

Warframe has aged like a fine wine and in the current state of the game, it balances the RPG, shooter, and online features perfectly. Narrow Minded Warframe is one of the corrupted mods players can get in the game. One of the best ways of acquiring the corrupted mods is to do vault runs on the Orokin Derelict tileset, which can mostly be found on Deimos. We have entailed everything you need to know about Narrow Minded Frame in the game.

Key Takeaways
  • Narrow-Minded mods allow players to earn Platinum credits, exclusive to clan members.
  • Visit the clan dojo and acquire the 4 keys available in the shop.
  • Equipping all 4 keys reduces health and movement speed, requiring teammates to share keys.

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How To Get Narrow Minded Frame

Blinding rage, Overextended, and Narrow Minded mods are the main mods used for earning platinum. The first requirement to even proceed is to be in a clan. If you are already in a clan then go to your clan Dojo by fast traveling to the Orokin Lab. After that, buy the blueprint of four keys, which are Bleeding Dragon key, Decaying Dragon key, Extinguished Dragon Key, and Hobbled Dragon Key.

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Dragon Key Research to Buy

Once you have the blueprints of the keys we have mentioned you need to craft them. However, if you already have them, there is no need to craft the keys again. After that, if you are doing the solo run, you have to carry all four keys with you, but all of them do have a Debuff, so watch out for that. Extinguished dragon key will reduce your damage, Decaying dragon key will reduce your shield, Bleeding dragon key will reduce your health, and Hobble dragon key will reduce your movements (running/walking), so keep this in mind while taking responsibility for any key.

However, if you play this out in co-op, each Frame can hold one key at a time and carry one debuff per frame only. All you need to do next is keep doing vault runs by using the keys to farm corrupted mods. Each time the vault key requirement rotates and requires a key that may not have been prompted before. So, make sure you are stocked on the keys. 

Farming Corrupted Mods

Here is a list of tips that you should do to increase the chances of getting a corrupted mod. There is no guarantee that you’d always get Narrow Minded Warframe by completing the process mentioned below. However, if you keep farming the corrupted mods, you will eventually get what you want in Warframe.

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Deimos Vault Locations

Don’t play solo. Always invite friends to go on vault runs or recruit some other players who are also looking for the same things or objectives.

  • Each player should carry one key and split up to locate the vault quickly.
  • Once found, mark the vault’s location and call the player with the corresponding key.
  • Meanwhile, the remaining teammates proceed to extraction.
  • Utilize jumping, rolling, and sliding to counteract the speed reduction key’s effects and expedite movement.
  • Before the mission, communicate and coordinate which key each player will carry to maximize success chances.
  • For solo runs, consider using Limbo or Titania for speed advantages.
  • Don’t hesitate to seek help from other players, especially if you’re new to vault runs.
  • Distinguish between Orokin Vaults and Isolation Vaults during recruitment to avoid confusion.
  • Prioritize finding the vault in missions, such as Deimos Capture or Phlegyas Exterminate.
  • Experiment with different Warframes like Loki, Wukong, Nezha, or Rhino for solo farming, selecting ones that complement the key debuffs.
  • Familiarize yourself with tilesets to improve vault detection efficiency over time.

That is pretty much everything you need to know about Narrow Minded Warframe. Which Frame has been your favorite so far in the game? Let us know more of your thoughts in the comments section below.

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