What does Corpus mean in Warframe?

What does Corpus mean in Warframe?

The Corpus are a merchant cult, built on the foundation of salvaged technology and robotics. They scavenge the outer systems, greedy for the Old War salvage. Their most sought after of all – the Tenno and their WARFRAME armor. Those captured are treated as salvage; meticulously dissected, integrated.

Who is the leader of Corpus Warframe?

Frohd Bek
The Board’s current Chairman is Frohd Bek.

What are Corpus weak to Warframe?

The Grineer, for example, like to use armor and are typically weak against Puncture, Corrosive, Viral or Radiation damage. The Corpus, meanwhile, heavily rely on shields and are susceptible to Magnetic, Impact, Cold, Toxin or Viral damage. Infested are weak against Slash, Heat, Gas, Corrosive or Blast attacks.

What species are the Corpus Warframe?

Corpus, human. Grineer, clone race derived from humans. Infested, derived from a virus that mutates flesh and technology. In the end, all derived from human hosts being mutated.

Are Corpus human Warframe?

Corpus soldiers are human. Most have some degree of cybernetic modification, but not to the extent that the Grineer are modified. If you study the Cephalon Fragments, you’ll also find that the Corpus are eugenicists, purpose-breeding populations of workers for a particular job.

Which status is best against Corpus?

If you’re staring down Corpus enemies, you’re going to want at least one of these these three damage types, if not all three: Impact, Magnetic, and Toxin. If you’re facing off against the Grineer, bring Puncture, Radiation, and Toxin.

What is the best element for Corpus?

Toxin is the best standalone element for combating Corpus shields, as Toxin damage completely bypasses enemy shields. Toxin is also a solid choice for fighting unarmored Grineer.

Is the Warframe a suit?

Warframes are, supposedly, just suits of armour controlled by Operators. But as we see in the Sacrifice, it is indeed possible to turn a person into a frame.

How old is the Tenno?

One of the main differences between base humans and Tenno is lifespan: a Tenno can, naturally, live for over 10,000 years, with them aging at a rate of 1 year (by human standards) for every 15 actual years, until they turn 375, at which point, they’ve aged to the equivalent of a 25-year old human.