OPERATION EYES OF BLIGHT
Take down the Fomorian Vessels!
A message from the
Vay Hek is making his move. We have just detected a Balor Fomorian traveling on an interception course with Vesper Relay. The beast moves slowly but if we allow it to get within firing range, it will surely obliterate our new Relay. We need to destroy it before that happens.
Intelligence reports state that the Balor Fomorian’s power core emits a thick energy field composed of deadly omega radiation. In order to break through the field you will need to craft this Fomorian Disruptor. It will allow you to safely approach the core and when activated it will temporarily disrupt the core allowing you to inflict damage.
Take note Tenno, the Disruptor is forged using recently discovered Omega Isotopes. These are a by-product of a Fomorian’s core and will only appear in and around planets with a Fomorian present.
Move quickly Tenno, this is the first Balor Fomorian attack but it won’t be the last. When the others come we must be ready.
– The Lotus
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO DO
– Fomorian Vessels will intermittently appear in the Solar System as event nodes. These event nodes will be locked until you have the Fomorian Disruptor in your Consumable Inventory.
– You will receive a Blueprint from the Lotus for the Fomorian Disruptor. It will require Nano Spores, Cryotic, and Omega Isotopes to craft.
– Build your Disruptor in the Foundry and equip it in your Gear Menu to start the Fomorian Sabotage Mission.
– Once in the Mission, fly to the Fomorian. Once you’re close enough to the Fomorian you must disable the exterior Shield Cores so you can enter the ship.
– The Fomorian’s internal Shield Generators are protected by a magnetic field. Use your Fomorian Disruptor from the Gear menu to disrupt the magnetic field, and temporarily expose the Shield Generators, allowing you to destroy them.
– With the Shield Generators destroyed you can now deal damage to the ship’s Main Reactor Power Cores.
– After damaging the cores, escape to safety outside the Fomorian.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
– Completing a successful Sabotage run will earn you event points, and reduce the global health of the Fomorian.
– Your Fomorian Disruptor will be consumed after completing the Fomorian Sabotage mission.
– This Operation is on now until Monday, January 5 at 12 PM EST.
– Completing the Fomorian Sabotage mode successfully will earn you one Battle Point.
– You can earn a maximum of one Battle Point per Fomorian. Repeating the same Fomorian will not generate additional Battle Points. These points will count towards individual rewards.
– Fomorian missions with a higher level of difficulty will provide extra points.
Leaderboards are available for players that want to compete for the best score during Fomorian Sabotage Missions. Your individual score is determined by the amount of damage dealt to the Fomorian Power Core during a single run. The highest scores can only be achieved by squads with coordinated deployment of Fomorian Disruptors, and efficient attacks on the Power Cores.
– Clan Scoring considers the
Your score will be based on the most damage dealt to the Fomorian Power Core in a given mission. Clan score is sum of personal best but divided by max clan size for that tier ( 10 for Ghost Clan, 1000 for Moon).
3 BATTLE Eyes of Blight Skin Pack (Badge + Rahk Fluctus Skin)
10 BATTLE Eyes of Blight Mod Pack (Magma Chamber + Searing Steel)
15 BATTLE Imperator Vandal
Clan The Top three Clans in each tier will be awarded with Gold, Silver and Bronze Statues.
Take down the Fomorian Ships, Tenno!
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