I would say Cronus is a tiny bit better. But they are both complete rubbish and not worth investing in Forma or a catalyst. Just get them, level them for mastery and get rid of them. If you want a good sword, a Mastery Rank 3 quest will reward one of the top 3 one-handed swords.
I would say the Cronus is a good enough weapon to get you through most of the game. I myself have used the Cronus from a fairly low Warframe level all the way up to level 30.
The Cronus is a little better than the Skana in almost every way. But it really doesn’t make sense to make a second one. The Cronus has a slightly faster charge attack time and higher base attack, and I’m not sure, but I think the normal attack is slightly faster.
The Cronus is a ceramic sword of Tenno origin that is oddly one of the weapons used by Captain Vor. It’s not an amazing weapon, but for brand new players it’s a good alternative to the Skana and Heat Sword, but it’s quickly eclipsed by other weapons as you traverse the Star Chart.
Harp in Mythology
The harp, scythe or sickle was either a flint or diamond (diamond) blade and was provided to Cronus by his mother Gaia. According to an ancient myth recorded in Hesiod’s Theogony, Uranus cast down his and Gaia’s children, the Cyclopes and Hecatonchires, into Tartarus.
From assault rifles to crossbows, the game has them all. However, with more than 400+ weapons available in Warframe, it can get a little confusing to decide which ones are better and which ones aren’t.
Or is it still Mr.futter. Yes, the melee rework did a great job. If you’re going for a heavy attack build, then it’s the top tier.
TIPPMANN CRONUS IN MILSIM STYLE. 68 CALIBER SCENARIO PAINTBALL MARKER – Semi-Auto – Adjustable from 250-325 FPS – Barrel Thread: A5 – Proven Inline Bolt Design – Internal Gas Line – Shock Resistant Composite Body – Multiple Picatinny Rails – Heavy Duty Ported Barrel – and MORE! p>
The sword of Peleus, father of Achilles, is a legendary weapon from ancient Greek mythology. The sword gives its wielder victory in any battle or hunt.
Perseus’ sword, harp was given to him by Zeus along with Hades’ helm of darkness and winged sandals by Hermes and a polished shield by Athena. Harpe was used by Perseus to behead the only mortal gorgon, Medusa, whose head he kept as a trophy.