Warframe Guide: Here’s How To Get The Glass Frame Gara
(Last Updated On: October 13, 2017)

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If you are looking to explore the newly released Plains of Eidolon and obtain the new Warframe Gara, this guide aims to help you do just that. Digital Extremes’ Warframe is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

With the latest update release for Warframe comes a new suit to don that goes by the name of Gara. Thanks to YouTuber Glacerious, folks looking to add her to their collection of frames can do so by taking up Saya’s Vigil quest and doing the Bounties on the Plains of Eidolon.

In addition to the above, Gara’s main blueprint will be awarded upon completion of the Saya’s Vigil quest, which is linked to the Plains of Eidolon. Nevertheless, her component blueprints will drop as uncommon rewards when doing the Bounties, this means that it will take some time before they drop. These Bounties range from level 5-40 and can be initiated by Konzu on Cetus on the Plains of Eidolon.

You can watch the full quest through a video guide below.

Now that you know how to obtain Gara through her quest, below is her profile trailer that covers her abilities. The video comes in courtesy of PlayWarframe.

Furthermore, if you need help finding all of her parts, materials and prices for her blueprints, a list showing all of the content that goes into her Neuroptics, Chassis, and Systems can be found right here. However, some of her components might change by Digital Extremes in the future through a series of updates.

Gara Parts

Gara Blueprint:

  • Credits – 25,000
  • Neuroptics – 1
  • Chassis – 1
  • Systems – 1
  • Orokin Cell – 3

Gara Neuroptics:

  • Credits – 15,000
  • Salvage – 12,500
  • Oxium – 1,750
  • Nano Spore – 17,500
  • Neural Sensors – 3

Gara Chassis:

  • Credits – 15,000
  • Alloy Plate – 15,000
  • Ferrite – 8,000
  • Gallium – 5
  • Argon Crystal – 2

Gara Systems:

  • Credits – 15,000
  • Nitain Extract – 2
  • Morphite – 12
  • Polymer Bundle – 2,250
  • Circuits – 3,000

If you need more help or a visual reference to all the above, it can be found on the game’s forums or the main Warframe Wikia that the devs support.


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