Warframe Equinox Prime Build Guide
Equinox is probably the most versatile Warframe in the game right now and the Prime version just got released a week ago. If you've acquired Equinox Prime you'll probably be wondering what is the best setup and build to use so in this Equinox Prime Build guide we'll be going over three different builds and playstyles so for all types of Equinox Prime players so they will be satisfied with their build.
As with all Primed Warframes, Equinox Prime will gain the benefits of traps in void missions which will grant her 250 energy whenever she touches them. The Equinox Prime also comes with slightly boosted base stats for a total of: 125 Health, 120 Armor, 165 Energy and 100 Shield.
How and where to get Equinox Prime Parts?
Equinox Prime parts can be found via 4 Relics. The Equinox Prime Blueprint Part can be found in the Axi K5 Relic. Next, the Neuroptics part can be acquired via the Meso M3 Relic, Chassis in Lith M4 and lastly, The Equinox Prime Systems can be acquired from Meso E2.
High Range Maim Build
Modding for Range, Drain and Efficiency is going to be very important on Maim builds. If you'd like, you can try running the Peaceful Provocation augment with this build but your energy drain will be huge if you cast it alongside maim. High ranged Maim for constant slash procs is what you're going to be looking for, along with storing huge amounts of damage for the Maim nuke.
This Equinox Prime build is great for focus farming and leveling weapons. Keep sleeping monsters as much as you can and keep your Stealth multiplier at 500%. Range and Efficiency are again what you're looking for on this build, with a mix of Duration as well.
Peaceful Provocation Slow Build
The last Equinox Prime build we'll be talking about features Peaceful Provocation. With 200% Strength this build will slow down enemies by 80% which is really nice for running solo since Pacify also reduces the damage that you take the closer you are to your enemy. Running this Equinox Prime Build in a squad might not be great because Crowd Control is not really the Meta in the latest Warframe patch.