How to Get Octavia 2022 Guide

Octavia is a Warframe that fights in her musical way, conducting her songs that bring death to her enemies while aiding her allies.

This Warframe is based on music and has abilities that can lure enemies, damage them and buff her allies in the field.

With the many abilities that she possesses, Octavia can easily dispatch groups of enemies and help her allies overcome dangerous odds.

How to Get Octavia?

Octavia’s main blueprint is obtained once players have completed the Octavia’s Anthem quest, which is available after you have completed the second dream.

The following ways are how to get Octavia’s components:

  • Octavia Neuroptics – rewarded from Rotation C of Deimos Survival mission (Terrorem)
  • Octavia Chassis – rewarded after completing the Lua Music Puzzle (Lua)
  • Octavia Systems – rewarded as a rotation A cache reward on Lua Crossfire Exterminate (Plato)

A fully built Octavia can be purchased from the market for 225 Platinum to avoid the trouble of collecting her components and resources for them.

Crafting Octavia

The following are the crafting requirements for Octavia.

Octavia Blueprint

  • Octavia Neuroptics x 1 
  • Octavia Chassis x 1
  • Octavia Systems x 1
  • Orokin Cell x 1
  • Credits x 25,000

Octavia Neuroptics

  • Alloy Plate x 150
  • Neural Sensors x 1
  • Polymer Bundle x 150
  • Rubedo x 500
  • Credits x 15,000

Octavia Chassis

  • Morphics x 1
  • Ferrite x 1,000
  • Rubedo x 300
  • Credits x 15,000

Octavia Systems

  • Control Module x 1
  • Morphics x 1
  • Salvage x 500
  • Plastids x 220
  • Credits x 15,000

Octavia Resources

The following is a list of resources needed to build Octavia, their locations as well as our guides on where to farm them.

Resources

Resource Locations

Guides

Alloy PlateVenus, Jupiter, Sedna, Ceres, Phobos, PlutoClick Here
Neural Sensors Europa, Jupiter, Kuva FortressClick Here
Polymer BundleMercury, Venus, UranusClick Here
RubedoPhobos, Earth, Pluto, Europa, Sedna, VoidClick Here
MorphicsMercury, Mars, Europa, PlutoClick Here
FerriteMercury, Earth, Neptune, VoidClick Here
Control ModuleNeptune, Europa, VoidClick Here
SalvageMars, Jupiter, SednaClick Here
PlastidsSaturn, Uranus, Phobos, Pluto, ErisClick Here

Completing Octavia’s AnthemOctavia’s Anthem

Octavia’s Anthem involves your character assisting Cephalon Suda with figuring out what are the causes of her glitches, and the dark secret behind them.

The steps include finding and collecting the components for the Mandachord, Octavia’s instrument and tool as a source of her power.

You will then need to obtain the first and second song fragments, which are located in Stephano (Uranus) and Tycho (Lua) to put together her song.

Players will need to head over to the Orokin Tower in Taranis (Void) as their next step will be to harness the power of an Orokin Tower.

The final stage that you will go through is Cephalon Suda’s Datascape, where you must battle Hunhow by recreating Octavia’s Anthem.

How to Get Octavia Prime?Warframe Octavia Prime

Octavia Prime can be obtained by unlocking its parts from the following Void Relics:

Octavia Prime Blueprint

  • Axi O5

Octavia Prime Neuroptics

  • Lith G4
  • Meso B5
  • Lith G3

Octavia Prime Chassis

  • Lith K7
  • Neo A5
  • Neo Z7

Octavia Prime Systems

  • Lith N7
  • Axi N7
  • Meso D6

Tips

  • Some players will be doing the Lua Music Puzzle for different reasons and it’s best to join up with a squad if you cannot solve it on your own.
  • The Octavia Neuroptics blueprint takes time to obtain as you need to survive every rotation C during the mission, bringing durable and defensive Warframes is a big help.
  • You only need to find 1 cache in the Lua Crossfire Exterminate missions, since it is only based on rotation A.

Final Thoughts

Octavia has been well known for being able to take out multiple enemies by making them stack damage and end up killing themselves.

Aside from being a Warframe capable of luring enemies and wiping them out, Octavia can assist allies with buffs that provide many benefits.

Using Mallet is great for luring enemies and damaging them based on the attacks they absorb while Resonator allows Mallet to become mobile and chase to lure them.

Metronome can provide a ton of buffs, which include a bonus in armor, speed, multishot, melee, and even grant invisibility to Octavia and her allies.

Octavia can boost the damage done by players based on sound and also improve the damage and range of Mallet.

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