Tenora is the signature assault rifle of the Octavia Warframe, which features two different firing modes: a standard full-auto fire mode that increases fire rate and accuracy the longer it shoots, and an Alternate Fire mode that fires a single powerful, charged shot.
This weapon deals primarily
High rate of fire.
Good status chance.
High critical chance.
Fire rate and accuracy increase as trigger is held.
Near-perfect accuracy once spool-up is complete.
Charged shots are perfectly accurate and have innate punch through.
Physical damage is slightly more shifted towards , which makes it more effective against Puncture armor.
Critical chance and damage are increased.
High magazine size.
High reserve ammo pool.
Low damage per bullet, relies on critical hits.
Charged shots use 10 ammo per shot and have a short charge-up time.
Releases the moment it is completely charged.
Slightly lower status.
Requires short spool-up before optimal fire rate and accuracy are achieved.
Fairly long reload time.
Tenora's charge shot deals 23 damage for every 1 ammo consumed (a total of 230 damage with a max consumption of 10 ammo) per shot.
Tenora is the Catalan word for , one of the highest classical male singing voices.
Tenora may also be a reference to a type of Catalan Shawm, an oboe-like woodwind instrument typically used in Catalonia.
While there are other weapons with spool-up time, like the Soma and Gorgon series, its accuracy being increased the longer the trigger is held is currently unique to the Tenora.
TENORA BUILD - Hitting The High Notes 5 forma - Warframe