Última edición, 09-04-2018 por Zeusmystic
- No debe confundirse con el mod Enfoque de energía.
Enfoque se refiere a las habilidades especiales desbloqueadas después de completar la aventura de El segundo sueño, que giran en torno a desbloquear las verdaderas habilidades de los Tenno guiadas por los principios de las cinco grandes escuelas Tenno.
En la aventura de El segundo sueño, los jugadores pueden usar la trascendencia. Cuando se active, aparecerá una proyección invulnerable del Operador Tenno (junto con un poderoso ataque de rayo del vacío) que aparecerá tras el Warframe y podrá controlarse a través del movimiento básico. Durante la trascendencia, el Warframe del jugador es invulnerable pero está desactivado. Sin embargo, la canalización y las habilidades lanzadas antes de usar el enfoque permanecerán activas. Este estado tiene una duración de 10 segundos a menos que el jugador lo desactive manualmente o se caiga de una plataforma. Cada activación de trascendencia tiene un tiempo de recuperación inicial de 180 segundos.
Al completar la aventura de El segundo sueño se reemplaza la trascendencia con transferencia, lo que permite al Operador unirse físicamente a la batalla con un conjunto completamente nuevo de habilidades, Amps y arcanos.
Se requiere adquirir transcendencia y transferencia para activar y aprovechar los poderes de enfoque pasivos y activos proporcionados por cada escuela.
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The Tenno Schools represent differing paths of discipline in regards to the Tenno's personality and fighting styles, manifesting in the various abilities that each school provides for the Tenno Operator. Several aspects of the Focus powers are additionally granted towards the active Warframe.
At the end of The Second Dream, players are asked to choose one of the five Tenno Schools available as their starting Focus school. Focus is classified into the five Schools, similar to the modern polarities:
- Madurai, escuela de los combatientes
- Vazarin, escuela de los protectores
- Naramon, escuela de los tácticos
- Unairu, escuela de los indomables
- Zenurik, escuela de los arcanos
Each school has their own skill tree comprising of 10 abilities called Ways, of which the central Way will already be activated upon unlocking a School. These Ways unlock various passive abilities that can enhance Operator powers and to a lesser extent, grant improvements to the player's Warframe.
Each Way contains their own ranks which can be increased by spending Focus points into the specified Way. An unlocked and activated Way will be lit up in red, the lines between two Ways signify the outer's dependence on the activation of the inner Way as a pre-requisite to be able to be active.
Unlocking a Way requires a one-time spending of Focus, while ranking up a Way can be performed by gradually allocating points into it by holding down the Focus button beside the Way's icon until the required amount of Focus is reached, thereby reaching the next rank.
Focus allocation can be stopped at will, and will also stop once the current amount of held Focus for that school is depleted. The player must then confirm the allocation; otherwise they will revert their Focus powers to that of the last-confirmed change. Once confirmed, Focus cannot be reimbursed or retrieved.
Ways are split into Active, Passive and Way-Bounds, which will be covered below.
Active Ways are abilities that provide improvements or alterations in regards to utility and the Operator's Void powers, namely Void Blast, Void Dash and Void Mode, and are denoted by having a circular icon. Activated Active Ways have an associated energy cost increase, consuming more Void energy. Deactivating Active Ways will return cost consumption of the stated power to normal.
Passive Ways are abilities that provide passive enhancements to either the Operator's or a Warframe's stats, and are denoted by a hexagonal icon. Passive Ways which grant Operator and Warframe bonuses are active from the start of a mission as of update Actualización 22.12.
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Each School's Way-bound abilities passively enhance the Operator's base combat stats. Unlike all other Ways, these can be "unbound" from the Focus school they are part of, therefore showing up (and treated as) as an additional unlocked Way in any selected school afterwards. To activate the unbound node(s) their usualy capacity is still required.
E.g. Unbinding Rejuvening Tides from Vazarin allows the player to activate it as a Way and benefit from its effects even whilst having Naramon as the Primary school. The player will also need 10 additional Way Capacity on top of that consumed by activated Ways in the Naramon school, to activate Rejuvenating Tides.
Unbinding a Way-Bound node simply requires the particular Maximum-ranked ability node to be spent on, 1,000,000 Focus points and a fragmento brillante de Eidolon.
Each school has two Way-Bound nodes, for a total of 10 Way-Bound nodes available to unlock.
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Initially, only two Focus Ways per school will be available to the player for activation upon completing The Second Dream Quest, both abilities mainly providing passive Warframe bonuses. In order to reveal the rest of the Focus abilities in a particular school, players must have completed both The War Within and Saya's Vigil, and subsequently visit The Quills on Cetus in order to be able to unlock and rank up their Ways.
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Convergence orbs, which are yellow glowing orbs, multiplies the amount of Focus gained from converting Affinity by 8x for a either a period of 45 seconds, until death or when the daily Focus cap has been reached, whichever is shorter.
These orbs appear periodically (with a glowing indication of its location) throughout a mission, though not simultaneously will stop spawning once the daily Focus cap has been reached.
Unlike most buffs, Convergence duration cannot be altered or interrupted by abilities like knockdown, Dispel or falling off the map. Immediately upon expiry, a short summary of Focus points earned during the active period will be displayed on the player's screen.
All Focus schools have the same total Way capacity or Pool. Pool is consumed upon activation or attaining a higher rank of a Way; the more total Pool a player has, the more Ways can be simultaneously active at once. The cap on capacity initially starts out with four of five points, with the starting skill already taking up one capacity. Unlocking (and therefore activating) each Way will consume one capacity, with each incremental rank increases its capacity consumption by 2.
Way capacity can be increased by spending the required lump of Focus points from the currently selected Primary school, either through the school selection screen or Way selection screen. Pool capacity is increased by one for every increase, and the amount of Focus needed is also increased for the next increment. If players have an insufficient Pool capacity they will be limited in how many Ways they can simultaneously activate or upgrade.
Increasing the Way Capacity directly affects the total capacity each school has, and each active Way will only consume the capacity of its own school. For example, a total Way Capacity of 10 will allow the Ways in the Zenurik school to consume up to 10 Way Capacity, separate from the consumption of Ways in the Naramon school.
|Current Capacity||Focus cost of Next Upgrade||Increased Capacity||Total Focus Cost|
Unlocking each of the remaining schools requires a lump of 50,000 Focus points, though players must first accumulate Focus points through using Lens attributed to the desired school. Afterwards, they are able select a single Primary Tenno School, switching all bonuses of the previously selected primary school to the bonuses of the current primary school.
Previously, players who wish to max out their school (every node maxed and unlocked, including the 2 Brilliant Eidolon shards and 2,000,000 additional focus to add the way-bound nodes to your other schools) will require roughly the following amount of Focus per school. The duration has since been greatly shortened with Brilliant and Radiant Eidolon shards bypassing this cap, granting 25,000 and 40,000 focus points respectively.
|School||Way Focus||Way Capacity||Way-Bound Focus||Way-Bound Capacity||Minimum days*|
- *Not factoring in Focus gained from converting additional Eidolon Shards, which bypasses the daily limit.
|Total Required Focus for All Ways:||40,562,470|
|Total Required Capacity:||177|
|Total Required Focus for Capacity:||12,098,349|
|Total Total Required Focus:||52,660,819|
- Focus points are not increased by mission completion bonus affinity.
- Focus points earned during a mission will remain even if the mission is failed.
- Focus cannot be used during Archwing segments of a mission.
- Focus abilities cannot be activated if a Warframe is using a channeled ability that restricts its mobility, e.g. Banshee's Sound Quake and Nyx's Absorb. Other channeled abilities will remain active and continue draining energy throughout the duration of the Focus ability.
- Focus Lenses cannot be put on Companions or their weapons.
- Focus Ability cast animation is affected by cast speed modifiers such as [], Ember's Accelerant, and [].
- After spawning, a Convergence orb remains on the map for exactly one minute before despawning.
- When the player activates Transcendence or Transference, their controls are switched to the operator's, with the Warframe hunching over in case of the former. Companions like sentinels still stick to Warframe instead of the Operator. This is shown by the map indicating the Warframe as a blue dot, indicating an ally and not a player.
- As such, sentinels will still be at risk if in direct fire and may be destroyed in larger groups of high-level enemies.
- As Focus is reliant on the amount of affinity gained, using Affinity Boosters can increase the total amount of Focus gained during missions.
- The following is applicable when you are starting off and have a constraint on the amount of lenses you are able to install.
- Due to affinity distribution mechanics when Focus lenses convert affinity into Focus points, the most effective placement of your first lens depends on play-style and role. If you are personally doing almost all of the killing, it is more effective to install Focus lenses on Warframes, as Warframes will be able to receive Focus regardless of weapon used, and can receive the full amount of Focus point conversion upon kills using Warframe abilities. This is the obvious choice for solo play. When you are playing a more supporting role, if you don't need other weapons, a single weapon equipped with a lens will be much more effective. For balanced team play, where you expect to get no more than 1/3 of the kills, a single weapon will be better than a frame. If you wish to use multiple weapons while farming, then lensing the frame still makes sense.
- One of the most effective ways to farm Focus is doing high level Exterminate missions through Stealth, taking advantage of the stealth affinity multiplier to rake in large amounts of affinity, resulting in equally large conversions to Focus. This is more easily accomplished using a stealth Warframe such as Loki, Ash, or Ivara equipped with a Focus Lens, and using a high damage melee weapon such as a dagger equipped with [], or a melee weapon with high range and damage, such as Jat Kittag.
- Ivara's Sleep Arrow and Equinox's Rest & Rage in particular can make stealth runs easier by putting groups of enemies to sleep, preventing them from being alerted to deaths in the vicinity. Banshee can also stun enemies for a short duration upon activating Silence, alternatively making blitz runs viable.
- Additionally, the Affinity Spike passive from the Naramon school, due to the +45% affinity from melee kills at max rank, can cut a run or two out of the grind for the daily 250,000 cap on Focus.
- The initial Focus system originally debuted in the same update as The Second Dream quest, and focused on providing direct bonuses to Warframes or alterations to the Void Beam. The current version is 2.0, a release of the reworked Focus system which came with the Plains of Eidolon update.
- The Focus system has been in development for a very long period, and was initially slated for release in Actualización 14.0. The developers admitted that Augment Mods and Arcane Enhancements initially started out as components of the Focus system before being split from it entirely.
- The five schools of Focus are based upon the five elements of Wu Xing found in Book of Documents(尚书) and is widely used in ancient Chinese philosophical traditions. It resembles the five elements of godai, which lacks Naramon (the tree), as seen on the backgrounds of each school's skill tree page. The Five Elements are Fire, Earth, Water, Wood, and Metal.
- The Naramon School represents Wood 木. In Wu Xing this is associated with the eyes, growth, flourish, and reaching outward.
- The Madurai School represents Fire 火. In Wu Xing this is associated with the heart, force, passion, and raw ability.
- The Unairu School represents Earth 土. In Wu Xing this is associated with the flesh, stability, durability, and bearing.
- The Zenurik School represents Metal 金. Also interpreted as mineral or crystal, this is associated in Wu Xing with the lung, concentrating, reserving, and abundance.
- The Vazarin School represents Water 水. In Wu Xing this is associated with the bone, inflexibility, supporting, adaptability, and sympathy.
- While the replies that the player chooses during the Operator's conversation with the Lotus has no gameplay effect, the choice of replies are used to reorder the choices of Tenno Schools. Once the selection screen appears, with the school most suited to the Operator appearing on the left, and choice to the right being the least suited. Example: choosing the conversation options relating to knowledge will put Naramon to the leftmost side as the most desirable choice. Players are still free to choose the Focus they wish to start with however.
|"I remember Studying..."||Naramon +1|
|"I remember a Fight..."||Unairu +1|
|"I remember someone holding my hand..."||Vazarin +1|
|"We Stuck Together..."||Madurai +1|
|"Things Happens for a reason..."||Zenurik +1|
|"They tried to help us..."||Vazarin +1|
|"They paid for what they did..."||Unairu +1|
|"She sang to us..."||Zenurik +1|
|"She was Brilliant..."||Naramon +1|
|"She was Brave..."||Madurai +1|
|"We sought Knowledge..."||Naramon +1|
|"We fought with honor..."||Zenurik +1|
|"We fight for justice..."||Unairu +1|
|"We were fearless..."||Madurai +1|
|"We protected the innocents..."||Vazarin +1|
- Fixed Focus Convergence orbs not spawning when there are several oxygen towers available in a Survival.
- Convergence Orbs are now more lenient in Endless missions, and spawn at a position relative to the objective instead of the player. Orbs are also more combat-focused so that they are more likely to spawn as soon as the chance from a kill succeeds (before there could be short delays).
- More fixes for Convergence spawning in air and underground.
- Altered Zenurik’s Energizing Dash bubble to look less like Sapping Osprey mines.
- Fixed Convergence orbs spawning in the air.
- Fixed Unairu’s Magnetic Blast not dissipating on enemy death.
- Fixed Unairu’s Void Shadow description to be more accurate.
- Fixed an issue where using Transference would deactivate invisibility powers
Plains of Eidolon
- Revamped the focus system to what is now known as Focus 2.0
- Fixed a script error caused by initiating a Focus ability.
|Monedas||Créditos • Ducados • Platinum • Reputación|
|General|| Afinidad • Atajos de Teclado • Clan • Tributo Diario • Enfoque • Fundición • Fusión|
Mods (Dañado) • Orbitador • Polarización • Rango de Maestría • Recoger
Sistema de Intercambio • Transmutación
|Modo de Juego||Misión||Apoyo Aéreo • Alerta (Táctica) • Archwing • Escuadrón • Recompensa de Desafío • Muerte • Marca de Muerte • Comportamiento Enemigo • HUD • Maniobras (Archwing) •|
|Sigilo||Pirateo • Nivel de Ruido • Sigilo|
|Atributos||Armas||Precisión • Munición • Velocidad de Ataque • Golpe Crítico •|
|Warframe||Atributos • Armadura • Salud • Pasivas • Poderes • Escudos • Nivel de Amenaza|
|Matemática||Escalamiento Nivel Enemigo • Maximización (Duración • Eficiencia • Rango • Fuerza) •|