Warframe Guide: Finding and Manufacturing Harrow Parts

Everything you need to know about unlocking the newest addition to Warframe

Everything you need to know about unlocking the newest addition to Warframe

Harrow is the newest available frame in Warframe, and it brings together a diverse array of offensive and defensive capabilities. This allows Harrow to simultaneously protect your team and annihilate enemies that attempt to harm them.

You can check out the video above for a full list of Harrow’s abilities. But how do you unlock all of the frame’s components? This short guide will help you out! 

How to Get the Harrow Blueprint in Warframe

To find the blueprint for Harrow, you first need to complete the quest associated with this Warframe — “Chains of Harrow”. This quest is accessible from the Codex. It is important to note that before being notified of this quest, you must have first completed “The War Within” quest and the “Mot” survival node in the Void.

The Harrow blueprint lists the following requirements:

  • 1 Neuroptics
  • 1 Chassis
  • 1 System
  • 2,000 Kuva

The Neuroptics, Chassis, and System unique to Harrow have their own specific requirements and blueprints that you need to acquire, which we’ll go over below.

Harrow Neuroptics

The Neuroptics blueprint is found in Rotation C of the “Kuva Fortress: Spy” mission. Enemies in this section are approximately levels 31 through 33. Upon acquiring the blueprint, you will need:

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 1,500 Rubedo
  • 4,000 Polymer Bundle
  • 2,000 Plastids
  • 5 Neural Sensors
Harrow Chassis

The Chassis for Harrow is acquired from killing enemies that have been Corrupted by Void Fissures. These enemies have a chance to drop a blueprint for the Chassis. The components listed in the blueprints include:

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 20,000 Alloy Plates
  • 800 Oxium
  • 5 Orokin Cells
Harrow Systems

The Systems blueprint for Harrow can be awarded in Rotation C of Defection. 

  •  15,000 Credits
  • 2,500 Circuits
  • 1,000 Cryotics
  • 25,000 Ferrites
  • 15 Control Modules

After acquiring all of these components, you will have everything you need to build the Harrow Warframe and start taking it into fights.

It may seem like a lot of effort for a single frame — but based on the abilities alone, it looks like putting in the time will be well worth it. Most of the components are found organically by playing through missions regardless, so you may find yourself collecting the necessary parts without even realizing it. 

That’s all for this guide! Let us know in the comments how effective your new Harrow Warframe is in your games. And be sure to check out the rest of our Warframe guides for more tips. 

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