Warframe Amalgam Mods, Explained & How to Get It

Amalgam mods are mods that typically sacrifice some of their main stats for a sub-stat that you wouldn’t normally find on their counterparts. While their use will vary depending on your build, it’s always a good idea to collect them at least to hang on to. Below we’ve put together a quick guide to the 9 Amalgam Mods and where you can get them in Warframe.

Amalgam Mods, Detailed

Amalgam mods come in two flavors: Universal and Weapon Enhancement.

Universal Weapon Amalgamation Mods

These mods can fit any weapon that their standard counterparts would.

  • Amalgam Barrel Spread – +110 Multishots, +60% Dodge Speed
  • Amalgam Organ Shatter – +85% Critical Damage, +60% Heavy Attack Speed
  • Amalgam Shotgun Barrage – +85% fire rate, +48% revive speed
  • Amalgam Serration – +155% Damage, +25% Sprint Speed

These mods can all be obtained by participating in the Thermia Fractures event on Orb Vallis, Venus. Note that the Thermia Fractures event is not always available. It usually returns a few weeks after the last occurrence. Be sure to keep an eye on it.

 

Specific Weapon Amalgamation Mods

These mods only work on the weapon detailed in their names. Unlike the universal mods above, secondary effects tend to be more prominent, providing weapon-specific bonuses.

  • Amalgam Argonak – +3 Punch Through, dagger damage reduces armor by +6, enemies are revealed by Punch Through
  • Acquired Amalgam Daikyu Target – +75% to headshot multiplier, +3% lifesteal on Nikanas, 60% chance to pick up spent arrows
  • Amalgam Furax Body Count – +15 Combo Duration, +45% Fire rate for Secondary Weapons, Melee kills inflict Blast status and stagger enemies within 15 yards
  • Amalgam Javlok Magazine Warp – +45% magazine capacity, +100% combo count chance while blocking with a shield
  • Amalgam Ripkas True Steel – +187% Critical Hit Chance (x2 for Heavy Attacks), +20% Reload Speed ​​on Shotguns, +100% Gore Chance

These mods can be obtained by killing the Ropalolyst boss in his Assassination node on Jupiter. Note that you will need to complete the Chimera Prologue main quest to access it.

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