Lavos is the 45th released Warframe and was first added to the game on December 18, 2020. He is known as the elemental craftsman and manipulates the laws of the physical realm. Lavos harnessed the secret of the invention called Tenno.
Lavos is one of the very few Warframes that doesn’t use any energy for his abilities. Because of this, he is the perfect Warframe to use in missions where there are energy regeneration modifiers. He also does not get affected by any energy drain attacks and abilities because he does not have any energy, to begin with.
Continue reading the guide to find out how to get Lavos in 2022.
How to Get Lavos in Warframe
Initially, Lavos’ blueprints could be bought from Father for a total of 4,500 Phasic Cells. However, this was only available during Operation: Orphix Venom. After the event was over, Lavos could be acquired from Father with Entrati standing. Each blueprint costs 5,000 Standing, for a total of 20,000 Standing to fully unlock Lavos.
Father can be found in Necralisk within Deimos. Necralisk is the home of the Entrati family. To craft Lavos, you’ll be needing some Trapezium Xenorhast and Cabochon Emobolos. Make sure to buy the Trapezium Xenorhast and the Cabochon Embolos blueprints from Otak for 8,000 standing each.
You also need to be at least at Rank 2 – Acquaintance to buy Lavos’ main blueprint, and Rank 3 – Associate to purchase the other component blueprints. For the most part, you should be able to farm the necessary materials for Lavos just outside of Necralisk.
It can be a pain to farm the necessary materials that you need. Of course, if you don’t feel like farming and hunting for materials, you can just always buy Lavos directly from the Market for 325 Platinum.
Lavos is a powerful Warframe, especially when used in the right situations. Make sure to always take advantage of his lack of energy. Additionally, Lavos has the second-highest base armor at maximum rank, making him pretty tanky overall.
Lavos has base stats of 200 health, 100 shields, 450 armor, 0 energy, and a 1.15 sprinting speed. He also has the magnetic progenitor element and a subsumed ability called Vial Rush. Lavos is also known as Lotus, Alchemist, or Alch.
You can now obtain Lavos in Warframe. Happy grinding!