How to Get Xenorhast in Warframe - Prima Games

How to Get Xenorhast in Warframe

One of many ores across the Cambion Drift.

by Shawn Robinson
Warframe Xenorhast

Where most games consider an abundance of resources to be too daunting for its players to handle, Warframe says “hold my beer” and throws a million different resource names at you. All of which, offer one use or another towards your end goal of maximum Mastery. Even more complex are the endless minerals scattered around the open world areas, with one being a bit difficult to farm. Here’s how to get Xenorhast in Warframe.

Where to Find Xenorhast Ore in Warframe

Before you can start farming Xenorhast, you’ll first need to make sure you have either a Sunpoint Plasma Drill or Advanced Nosam Cutter in your gear wheel. These can be found at Orb Vallis or the Plains of Eidolon respectively and can be purchased from the mining vendors located there. Once you have one equipped in your Gear Wheel, head into the Cambion Drift on Deimos.

Head out until you find a cave, then enter it and equip whichever mining tool you’re bringing along. You’re looking for mining spots that are either teal or yellow (they can also be seen on the minimap in the top left). Mine them correctly, and you’ll have a chance of getting Xenorhast as a reward. Xenorhast can then be turned into Trapezium Xenorhast. This will require its blueprint, which can be purchased from Otak for 8000 standing (you must be Rank 3 – Associate with the Entrati to purchase it).

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Trapezium Xenorhast is used in five different recipes, which you’ll find listed below:

  • Arum Spinosa (Melee Weapon)
  • Cortege Receiver
  • Lavos Neuroptics
  • Morgha Receiver
  • Sepulcrum Receiver

There you have it! Provided you’re patient, getting Xenorhast shouldn’t be much of an issue. You’ll get tons of other minerals along the way as well, which can be useful for other recipes. You can even do it alongside farming Mutagen Mass, which you can learn more about in our guide.

Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for well over a decade now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but always willing to try new things. Some of his favorite games include first-person shooters like Left 4 Dead and Titanfall, though narrative games like Life is Strange are held near and dear.