I hope you are ready for what I am going to tell you next. The information about Special Resources we can find in Plains of Eidolon is… bittersweet at best, because they are the most difficult Resources to get I’ve ever known.
Here you are going to see all the information about what it is and what it is used for, the Breath of the Eidolon, Cetus Wisp, Sentient Core (Intact, Exceptional and Flawless) or the Eidolon Shards, either the normal ones and the Brilliant Shards.
A second way to obtain Cetus Wisps is go out to the Plains to look for them, initially it sounds better to you, I tell you and you decide. Well, this Resource can be found in the Plains, floating in the middle of anywhere, but it is so small that I am sure you run into it and don’t even notice it. When you see it and get closer you have only a few seconds to use your Operator and catch it or it will vanish. Yes Tenno, it can only be caught with your Operator, so be aware of your environment to get them.
Both the Breath of the Eidolon and Cetus Wisps are mainly used to craft bout AMPs (weapons), Arcanes and Armors for the Operator which can be acquire trading with Quill Onkko, they are also used to craft Zaws, the weapons you can buy and craft in the Hok’s Anvil.
Each Sentient Core I have talked about have two purposes, one is exchanging them for Standing Points to increase your Standing inside the Quills faction. You have access to this faction, as you know, once you finish two Quests; The War Within, after which you can use your Operator, and Saya’s Vigil, which gives you access to the closed door in Cetus where Quill Onkko is.
And the second purpose is as a requirement for sacrifices to increase your Standing Level inside the Quills Faction.
I talk about it with more detail in a specific entry about Quills Standing.
The Eidolon Brilliant Shard have two applications, you can transform it in 25000 Focus Points to your School, or with 1.000.000 of Focus Point and one of this Brilliant Shards, you can make that one of the focus abilities is “shared” and you can use it even if its not from your Primary School. It doesn’t sound bad but, Don’t you think its cost is a bit excessive? Maybe the benefit is worth it.
And that’s all, Tenno. We keep trying to confirm part of this information, but I can tell you it seems correct.
We hope this is helpful, and as always, if you see any mistake or missing information we appreciate you let us know trough the comments below.
Good luck Tenno!