To progress smoothly in Warframe, you need to use all available resources, including mods. They are essential for customizing and improving the performance of Warframes, weapons, and equipment. Additionally, the use of mods allows players to customize their gameplay, increase damage, adapt to enemy factions, optimize resources, and create synergies with team members. One of these mods is the Amalgam Organ Shatter, which can significantly increase your damage output. If you are interested in purchasing the Amalgam Organ Shatter mod in Warframe, check out the guide below.
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Obtaining the Amalgam Organ Shatter mod in Warframe
To purchase the Amalgam Organ Shatter mod, you must participate in the Thermia Fractures World State Event, which takes place every few weeks. For those who don’t know, the event takes place in Orb Vallis on Venus, where the landscape is littered with Thermia Breaches that a player can seal for rewards.
To begin the event, you will first need a coolant canister. To get one, you need to defeat Coolant Raknoid, a medium-sized Raknoid found in Orb Vallis. Coolant Raknoid usually follows Exploiter Orb as he roams around the Temple of Profit in Orb Vallis. Once you find and defeat Coolant Raknoid, you will be rewarded with a Coolant Canister. Use the item to seal a Thermia Breach by interacting with the Thermia Breach. After interacting with Thermia Fracture, you will need to defend the coolant canister from Corpus troops. The sealing process takes three minutes and once sealed, the blue coolant canister fills with orange diluted Thermia. You can further fill the canister by repeating the process, which will also generate event points.
If you manage to collect 50 points during the event, you will receive the Amalgam Organ Shatter Mod. The mod is the “Organ Shatter Amalgam” variant, which increases critical damage while reducing the time it takes to recharge of a serious attack is needed. It’s a rare mod and you’ll need 930 Endo to take full advantage of it.