Warframe Feed Helminth Any Resource

Feed Helminth any resource in Warframe is a mechanic that some players are apparently having some trouble with. It seems that they can’t figure out how to feed the strange parasitic creature efficiently. As it turns out, there is a system to this, and once you know the “catch,” you’ll have a much easier time of it, not to mention the resources you’ll save. So, that’s what we’ll be discussing in our Warframe Feed Helminth Any Resource guide.

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warframe feed helminth any resource
Warframe Feed Helminth Any Resource

How to Feed Helminth in Warframe

To feed the Helminth in Warframe, after you unlock it, you need to get the Helminth Segment from Son in the Cambion Drift. Without it, you won’t be able to do anything with the fleshy “Little Shop of Horrors” reference growing on your ship. Once you have everything sorted, sit into the chair in the infected area of the ship. A menu will pop up, from which you should select “Feed Helminth.” If you’ve given your Helminth a name, it’ll say that instead. The other options are not of any interest for us right now.

Now that we’re in the feeding menu, let’s explain how that works. Shoveling random stuff into the creature’s gullet won’t work. What you have to focus on instead is feeding it only items that have a green arrow pointing up in the top right corner. That grants it 30% fulfillment, and is really the only efficient way to do this; otherwise, you’re just wasting resources. So, when they tell you to feed Helminth in Warframe any resource, what they mean is “feed it what it wants.” And keep in mind that, once you feed it one batch of a resource, the green arrow might disappear. If that happens, switch to a different resource.

In the list below, we’ll show you a list of the six different resource types that you can feed Helminth, along with a few examples for each of them. Again, make sure to feed it things with green arrows on the icon. Otherwise, it just won’t work.

  • Oxides – Alloy Plates, Carbides, Oxium, Ferrite, Salvage
  • Calx – Asterite, Cubic Diodes, Rubedo, Grokdrul, Lucent Teroglobe
  • Biotics – Ganglion, Pustulite, Mapricos, Mytocardia Spores, Dusklight Sarracenia
  • Synthetics – Detonite Ampules, Fieldron Samples, Polymer Bundles, Circuits, Control Modules
  • Pheromones – Nano Spores, Plastids, Neurodes, Bracoid, Mutagen Samples
  • Bile – Argon Crystal, Thermal Sludge, Morphics, Somatic Fibers, Isos
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