Warframe Lavos: how to get it, blueprints, requirements and stats

Warframe Lavos: how to get it, blueprints, requirements and stats


 Find out, thanks to our Warframe guide, how and where to get the blueprints for Lavos pieces to unlock him, as well as what his attributes and special abilities are.


Lavos is one of the many characters available in Warframe , a master of experimentation and manipulator of the physical realm. Lavos is initially locked and can only be obtained in one of the two typical ways that exist in Warframe to unlock characters:


  • Buying the Warframe in the Market in exchange for Platinum with all the parts already assembled.
  • Building the Warframe in the Foundry of your ship through the pieces and plans of each part.

Next, as part of our Warframe guide, we will teach you all the details about Lavos, where you can get the blueprints for its parts, what materials you will need for casting, what are its attributes and special abilities , and much more.


How to get free Warframe Lavos and crafting requirements


Once you've unlocked the Market on your ship, you could purchase the directly assembled Warframe for 325 Platinum (the game's actual payout currency). But surely what interests you is to get it for free, building its pieces in the Foundry. To do this, we will have to separately manufacture and obtain its main plan, the neuroptics, the chassis and the systems plan , all of them with different manufacturing requirements.


Main map of Lavos

  • 25,000 credits.
  • 1 Neuroptics of Lavos.
  • 1 Lavos chassis.
  • 1 sets of Lavos.
  • 3 orokin cells.
  • Time 72 hours.
  • Accelerating costs 50 platinum.

His main blueprint can be purchased from Father during the Operation: Orphix Poison event for 1,500 phasic cells. It is also possible to obtain the Lavos main blueprint in Operation: Orphix Poison missions, with a probability of between 2% and 4% .

In order to build the main blueprint, as with the rest of the characters, you will first need to make the 3 basic pieces that make up a Warframe: neuroptics, chassis and systems. The requirements of your plans are as follows:

Lavos component drawings and how to get them

Lavos component blueprints can be obtained as a reward during Operation: Orphix Poison missions . It is also possible to buy these blueprints from the Father character in the Necralisk in Deimos during this event, exchanging 1,000 phasic cells for each of the component blueprints.

Plan of Neuroptics of Lavos

  • How to get it: paying 1,000 phasic cells to Father or as a random reward during the missions of Operation: Orphix Poison.
  • 15,000 credits.
  • 6 Xenorhast trapezoidal.
  • 3,750 Copernicus.
  • 750 oxium.
  • 2,750 rubedo.
  • Time 12 hours.
  • Accelerating costs 25 platinum.

Lavos Chassis Plan

  • How to get it: paying 1,000 phasic cells to Father or as a random reward during the missions of Operation: Orphix Poison.
  • 15,000 credits.
  • 2 argon crystal
  • 5 extract from nitain.
  • 1,500 cryotic.
  • Time 12 hours.
  • Accelerating costs 25 platinum.

Lavos Systems Plan

  • How to get it: paying 1,000 phasic cells to Father or as a random reward during the missions of Operation: Orphix Poison.
  • 15,000 credits.
  • 6 cabochon plungers.
  • 5,500 nanospores.
  • 550 hexenon.
  • 3,000 circuits.
  • Time 12 hours.
  • Accelerating costs 25 platinum.


When it comes to the resources and items required , most can be purchased from the Market or farmed during missions by killing enemies and opening resource caches. Remember that on the Star Map screen you can check the resource drones in the menu in the lower right corner, to know which ones are on each planet.

Note that crafting a new Warframe will require a free Warframe slot to be claimed from the foundry. Warframe slots can be purchased for 20 Platinum from the Market.

Attributes of Lavos


Lavos has abilities focused on alchemical warfare, so he can alter the conditions of his enemies as well as imbue his own abilities with additional damage and status. It is also the first Warframe that does not consume energy (and therefore can be a great option for missions where energy regeneration would be reduced).

  • Required Mastery Rank: 0
  • Health: 200 (600 at Rank 30)
  • Shield: 100 (300 at Rank 30)
  • Armor: 450 (675 at Rank 30)
  • Energy: 0 (0 on rank 30)
  • Speed: 1.15

Lavos abilities

  • Passive Ability: Energy Orbs and Universal Orbs give Lavos status immunity for 10 seconds. Press and hold any skill to infuse the next cast with additional elemental damage and status.
  • Ophidian Bite: Strikes with a toxic serpentine lunge, consuming the target to heal Lavos. Hold to infuse all abilities with toxin damage.
  • Road Dash: Dash head-on, cutting through enemies and leaving an icy trail of broken glass. Hold to imbue the next cast ability with cold damage.
  • Transmutation Probe: Launch a probe that converts health and energy orbs into universal orbs that provide both, and ammo finds into universal ammunition. Probe shocks nearby enemies. Each electrocuted enemy reduces the cooldown of abilities by one second. Hold to imbue the next cast ability with lightning damage.
  • Catalyze: Catalyst probes emerge from Lavos, drenching combatants in a scorching gel. Damage is doubled for each item afflicting an enemy. Hold to imbue the next cast ability with heat damage.

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