MK1-Kunai is one of two Secondary weapon options available to new Tenno, which can be acquired from the Vor's Prize tutorial prologue. The MK1-Kunai is suited for new players who desire a silent and stealthy sidearm.
This weapon can be sold for
This weapon deals primarily
Can hit multiple enemies in a short line (caused by flying dead bodies and not by the Kunai).
Very fast reload speed.
Fast fire rate.
The arc of the shots enable headshots over cover.
Two polarity slots, ideal for Hornet Strike and Barrel Diffusion.
Has travel time, making it difficult to land an accurate shot at long distances.
Shoots in an arc, making it difficult for use at long range.
Low critical chance, although higher than the Kunai.
Low status chance.
MK1-Kunai, compared to the Kunai:
Lower base damage (40.0 vs. 45.0).
Lower damage (4.0 vs. 4.5).
Impact Lower damage (30.0 vs. 33.8).
Puncture Lower damage (6.0 vs. 6.7).
Slash Higher Critical Chance (5.0% vs. 2.5%).
Higher Critical Multiplier (2.0x vs. 1.5x).
This weapon can be bought in the Market for 15,000.
Weapon Loadouts Edit
See the user build section for builds using this weapon.
Make sure to adjust your aim for moving targets.
When using at a distance, aim above the enemy to adjust for the arc of the blades.
Using the Pistol Ammo Mutation mod can help regain lost ammo when needed.
While the MK1-Kunai deals weaker damage per hit than the Kunai, it has a slightly higher critical chance and critical damage.
The MK1-Kunai does not have the pinning properties of other projectile weapons, such as the Boltor or Paris, but will simply throw targets backwards upon death.
The Kunai (苦無) was traditionally a multipurpose tool, similar in design to a crowbar. It could be used for gardening, masonry, and other things.
In popular culture, the word "Kunai" is often associated with ninjas and is depicted as a throwing knife.
The MK1-Kunai was introduced as a new starting weapon option in , alongside the Update 14.0 Lato and the MK1-Furis.
The MK1-Kunai is the only weapon obtainable in Vor's Prize yet to receive a prime upgrade.
The Spira Prime was originally meant to be the Prime upgrade to the Kunai, but it was mistranslated to Spira, DE changed its stats and made it the Prime to the normal Spira .
Despite being acquirable from the Vor's Prize tutorial, the MK1-Kunai currently requires Mastery Rank 2 to purchase.
Close up shot of the Kunai being held The stance used when holding the Kunai Kunai Colour Choices Holding the Kunai like dual pistols Hobbled Sprinting Kunai Sliding Kunai Glitch
Warframe Let's Build the KUNAI Throwing Daggers (Damage 2.0)
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Patch History Edit
Kunai, the standard version of this weapon.
Despair, another thrown secondary, used by the Stalker.
Hikou, another thrown secondary.
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