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Starfield Overview

Release Date: September 6

Platform: PC/Xbox Series X/S

Starfield is a role-playing game developed by Bethesda. The background of the game is set in the vast universe. Here, players can create any character, explore the world, and experience unprecedented freedom.

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Starfield: Top 8 Items Must Have When Your Journey Across The Settled Systems

Starfield: Top 8 Items Must Have When Your Journey Across The Settled Systems

Starfield is a game with so many items to collect it can be quite daunting. However, there are 8 specific Starfield Items I feel every player must have at least once during their journey across the settled systems.

1. Antixeno Spacesuit

There are a lot of cool looking armors in the game, but none like the Antixeno Spacesuit.

Where most armor sets look more embarrassing than intimidating, the Antixeno Spacesuit looks like it was made for us to live out our terminator power fantasy.

You can find the suit during the UC Vanguard quest, Hostile Intelligence, where you must go to Londinion, a United Colony settlement that was left abandoned after the Terrormorphs overwhelmed the city.

During the questline, you’re tasked with going back to the parish settlement, which is now infested with Teramorphs.

But before entering the city, you can prepare yourself for the ensuing battle at the forward base nearby. There, you’ll find the Antixeno Spacesuit, helmet, and boost pack laid out on a table.

The suit was made for one purpose and one purpose only: to fight against the weaponized aliens that were developed by the United Colonies.

As a result, it has some stats that complement this purpose. It has the Beast Hunter perk that increases the damage it gives to enemies, Auto-Medic that instantly heals you, and a damage reduction while standing still.

It’s the perfect set of armor for the player who prefers to ask questions after everybody’s already been killed.

2. Revenant

The legendary variant of the Magshear is a gun nut’s dream come true. And it can be found towards the end of the Crimson Fleet questline.

During the quest Eye of the Storm, you’re tasked with entering the atmosphere of a gas giant to loot a vault full of Starfield Credits found in an abandoned Gal Bank Ship.

But the real treasure on board is the weapon found in the ship’s control center. Right beside Jasper Kryx’s body, you can find his weapon of choice: a highly modified Magshear that has double the magazine capacity, a bleeding effect, and a fraction of the carrying weight of its standard counterpart.

This gun has a fire rate faster than almost every other gun in the game. Because of this, you may think that the rounds are small and weak, but you’d be dead wrong.

This beast takes 150 rounds of the strongest ammo in the game. And thanks to its comically low weight capacity, this weapon won’t be a hindrance to keep in your inventory at all. The only downside I can think of is how goddamn fun it is to use, making any other gun feel boring.

3. Narwhal

Ships are some of the most expensive items you can buy. And if we were to rank ships by price tag alone, the Narwhal would sit close to the top of that list.

With an asking price of 430,000 credits, you’d think this ship would come with a personal chef and a Lusty Argonian Maid. But before you go splurging your cash on this ship, make sure you have a high enough piloting skill.

As this is a C-class ship, you’ll need to have maxed out this skill as a prerequisite for flying it. Luckily, you can use the fly simulator with the mast building in New Atlantis.

Once that’s out of the way, you can purchase the ship from Veronica Young, who’s found in the Ryujin Industries building in Neon. And although you’re now several hundred credits short, upon looking at the Narwhal’s stats, you’ll know it was well worth it.

The Narwhal comes out of the box with almost all of its systems as high as they can be, a respectable cargo capacity of 2,000, and a crew capacity of seven, which is the highest in the game.

But talking numbers is one thing, and actually piloting the ship is entirely another. But don’t worry, as the large hull and shield capacity make this ship almost indestructible. And thanks to its powerful weapons, it’ll make quick work of enemy ships before they can even make a dent.

4. Poison Storm

If you feel like the standard ballistic weapons in Starfields are a little boring, then this next gun may be the thing you’re looking for.

Inside Kore Kinetics in Neon, you can find Mathis, a gun dealer who sells some exceptionally strange firearms. The first weapon he sells is called Mindtear, which is another variant of the Magshear. This time, with the ability to send enemies into a frenzy.

But the gun that takes the cake for craziness is definitely the Poison Storm. This variant of the Magstorm feels very akin to the Laser Gatling from Fallout 4.

However, instead of shooting expanded plasma, the Poison Storm has depleted uranium rounds that also deal poison damage. And if that doesn’t sound crazy enough, then just wait until you shoot the thing.

It has a ridiculously high fire rate and holds enough rounds in its magazine to supply a small army. And thanks to its armor-piercing rounds, it’s a perfect weapon for killing robots and humans, too.

5. Monster Costume

Starfield is the first game by Bethesda that separates clothing from armor. This has allowed us to pimp our characters out like never before. And I think the Monster Costume takes the cake for the best one.

Thankfully, acquiring this costume isn’t too hard. Within Saturn’s largest Moon Titan, you’ll find a settlement by the name of New Homestead. This settlement is turned into quite the tourist hotspot thanks to its large collection of Old Earth artifacts.

And though this may be good for business, it’s not so good for the sanity of Dr. Giuliana Lakota, who finds that the tourists make a mockery of New Homestead’s culture and needlessly flee up a clinic.

Lakota’s plan to uphold New Homestead and respect its culture is by getting you to run around in this goofy-looking costume and scare away tourists. As moronic as it sounds, the tourists are stupid enough to fall for it and run away for dear life.

By the end of the quest, Dr. Lakota lets you keep the suit. And although forcing your companions to wear this monstrosity might seem like the best use for it, it’s actually best used during your first encounter with the ECS Constant during the side quest First Contact.

Wearing the Monster Costume upon your first meeting with the ship’s captain will open up a unique dialogue option where, for a brief moment, she thinks you’re some kind of alien creature before supposedly noticing the smell of profuse sweat and seeing the sad eyes of a human through the alien’s mouth.

And remember how I said this is the best looking apparel in the game? Funnily enough, this is a space suit. And thanks to its absence of any armor rating or unique perks, it’s probably the worst space suit in the game. But, at least it looks cool.

6. Heller’s Cutter

Despite being the first weapon you acquire, the standard cutter is one of the best weapons you can use during the early game.

Don’t let its low damage fool you. The cutter shoots a laser beam that gives it one of the highest fire rates in the game.

On top of that, this mining tool uses no ammo and instead works on a recharge system that thankfully lasts all but a few seconds to go from empty to full capacity.

And unlike most weapons, the cutters remain an integral part of your load out all the way to the end thanks to its resource extraction capabilities.

But if you’re looking to give a little more flare to your cutter, then you may want to head back to the Argos Extractors Mining Outpost where you began your journey.

There, you’ll find a minor locker as soon as you enter the building to the right of your spaceship. Inside, you’ll find Heller’s lost cutter.

Admittedly, Heller’s Cutter is identical to the standard cutter in almost every way. It has the same stats and the biggest difference is going to be the yellow paint job.

However, it also does have a 20% damage boost against robots, which makes it slightly better than the original cutter. And since the only other way to get a different paint job on your cutter is via a pre-order bonus, Heller’s Cutter is going to be as close as some players are going to get to pimping out their cutter.

7. Ashta Tamer

As soon as you lay your hands on the Bridger, you already know that you’re going to be using a seriously fun weapon. With its awesome design and a large area of damage, this grenade launcher has made blowing people up more fun than ever.

Within the Empty Nest Mission, you can find during the quest of the same name, you’ll find a weapon case inside the cave. Inside will be the Ashta Tamer. And this weapon is truly something to behold. The

Ashta Tamer has the same grenade launching capabilities as the Bridger, but with the bonus of dishing out incendiary damage. Compared to the rest of the game’s guns, which are all somewhat grounded in reality, the Ashta Tamer feels more at home in the Borderlands game than in Starfield, and I’m all for it.

You know what’s more fun than blowing your enemies up into smithereens? Blowing them up and then watching their friends next to them catch on fire. You’ll be having so much fun that you’ll forget you killed half of your companions in the process.

8. Juiceboxes

The amount of healing items in Starfield can sometimes get overwhelming, especially coming from Skyrim. Back then, all I had to worry about was making sure I had potions of healing and kept most of our health items to sell rather than use.

But since Starfield’s healing items are so powerful, it makes it much harder to hand them over to the Trade Authority. Not only can this make choosing healing items feel like a goddamn game of chess, but it also takes a toll on your already limited carry weight.

Luckily, Starfield has a healing item that resolves both of these issues, and best of all, it’s hiding in plain sight. I present to you: Juiceboxes.

These succulent cartons of childhood tick all the boxes of a great healing item. They’re cheap, they’re found in pretty much every building, and they restore health and oxygen.

They only restore two health points. But thanks to their low carry weight, it’s easy to carry a ton of these drinks and basically have unlimited health.

Starfield: How to Quickly Obtain Razorleaf & Mantis Armor Set Early in the Game?

Starfield: How to Quickly Obtain Razorleaf & Mantis Armor Set Early in the Game?

You can get spaceships in a lot of different ways in Starfield, whether that’s stealing them, buying them or through quest lines. You can also take off in a random direction at the start of the game and completely missed one of the best available to you right away.

This is how to be prepared and where to go to get the Razorleaf, as well as a powerful set of armor that carries a reputation.

How to be Prepared?

Early in the game, you’ll be set on a planet hopping tutorial style mission called “The Old Neighborhood”.

This mission will take you to Mars and then Venus, where the game teaches you basic flight skills. Part of that mission has you scan a satellite that points you to the Nova Galactic Staryard. Knowing this, you might be able to just travel there directly without picking up the mission.

When you get there, clear out all the spacers and keep an eye out for something that’s easy to miss. Several of the spacers bodies will have a note titled “Secret Outpost!”. Make sure you read the note and you’ll suddenly see a Mantis mission appear in your quest log, sending you to the planet with the secret base on it.

Before you get there, make sure you’re prepared with lots of weapons and ammo. You can save yourself some headache by carrying a weapon that is strong against robots or while you’re fighting, one of the spacers will have a heavy weapon that looks like a Gatling Gun or a modified Arc Welder. You want to pick that one up to face off against robots a bit more easily.

Also, pack a medical item called Amp, basically space adrenaline.

Also Read: How to Be a Space Pirate in Starfield? - A Complete Guide

Where to Get the Razorleaf & Mantis Armor?

At the secret base, there are enemies that are relatively high level to you depending on when you get there and you’re going to burn through a lot of ammo. Go ahead and fight your way in.

Next, you’ll reach a narrow hallway with tons of turrets at the end, right after you choose to talk to or kill a fellow named Libby. There are two ways to tackle this puzzle. If you want to solve it, you’ll need to spell out a word on the floor.

Search dead spacers in the area for a Voice Log. If you listen to it, you will hear them say “Sic Semper Tyrannis” a bunch of times. The password is you guessed it “Tyrannis”. If you don’t want to mess around with the whole puzzle thing, you can just take space adrenaline called Amp, which boosts your movement speed by 35% for 2 minutes and run on through, opening the gate at the end, deactivates the turrets.

After that, there’s going to be some hallways with more traps and more robots. And then, you’re in the layer of the Mantis. Straight ahead is the Razorleaf ship. All you have to do is raise the platform, and it’s yours.

To the left are living quarters where you can find the Mantis armor in the display case. It has tons of benefits, like allowing you to carry more Starfield Items, auto healing, and it randomly sets nearby enemies on fire.

The Perks

The ship itself has plenty of perks.

It’s fast. It’s got great weapons, and it has a weapon storage bay where you can display your favorite guns.

Furthermore, feel free to customize the Mantis as much as you want by using your Starfield Credits. You can do this at any ship vender. I turn mine into something inspired by the Millennium Falcon.

No matter how much you change your ship, people will still recognize you as the Razorleaf. I highly recommend adding a Stroud Workshop two in one, which places all the upgrade stations on board. So, you don’t have to go down to planets to do everything.

Also, make sure to expand your ship storage because you’re picking up a lot of stuff in this game and you’re going to need it.

But that’s not even the end of it. There’s more to the ship and armor that will impact your game from that point forward. And that’s because the Mantis carries a reputation. It’s a persona. If you want to know exactly why, explore the layer and read all about it.

But what you’ll notice is that when you fly around in the Razorleaf, people will recognize you. Friendly ships will gush over your Legend and offer you rewards. Some Pirates will just turn tail and run as soon as you show up.

Various characters you walk by in the world will either grumble about wanting to kill you or something about your story. Also, don’t worry. Walking around in the armor doesn’t actually get you recognized in the world so much, only on certain missions.

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