When you’re an ancient space samurai battling all manner of mechanical horrors throughout space all on your own, things can get a little lonely. Nothing brightens up a multi-millennial crusade like a group of like-minded warriors striving toward the same goals and principles. If your journeys have gotten a little lonely, then here’s how to join a clan in Warframe.
Firstly, let’s clarify something: you can’t just join any random clan of your own volition. Clans are made, as I said, because players want to pursue the same goals in the game. If anyone could join any clan, that’d probably fall apart pretty quickly. This is why, to join a clan, you need to be invited by one of its members. Luckily, getting invitations isn’t that hard.
How to Join a Clan in Warframe
To join a clan in Warframe, look in the game’s chat window for a tab marked “Recruiting.” The Recruiting chat channel is a place for clan representatives to talk up their clans and send out invites to anyone who may be interested. If there’s a particular clan you want to join, you can contact their representative through this channel (assuming they’re online). If you’re not very picky, you can also just type “WTJ” (“Want to Join”) or “LFC” (“Looking for Clan”). You’ll almost definitely get invitations from several clan reps on the spot. Once you get an invite, just accept it, and you’ll be added to the clan’s roster. Once you join a clan, you can visit the clan’s private Dojo, though you’ll need to forge a Dojo Key in the Foundry first.
If there aren’t any existing clans you’re into, just make your own! From the communications menu, just click “Start your own Clan,” give it a name, and voila, you’re off to the races. You can start sending out invites immediately, though again, you’ll need to create a Dojo Key to visit your private Dojo.