Warframe’s Fortuna expansion introduced a type of resource known as a Debt Bond. They can be used for all sorts of things in Fortuna on Venus. They can be used to gain Standing, increasing your rank with factions, gilding Kitguns and MOAs, or trading.
Warframe Debt Bond Types
There are five different types of Debt Bond, which represent the different ways that someone on Fortuna can end up owing money to the Corpus.
- Training Debt Bond
- Shelter Debt Bond
- Medical Debt Bond
- Advances Debt Bond
- Familial Debt Bond
How To Get Debt Bonds
The main way to get Debt Bonds is by completing Bounties on Orb Vallis. The different types of Debt Bonds can be gotten from the reward pools of different tier missions:
- Training Debt Bond – Tier 1
- Shelter Debt Bond – Tier 2
- Medical Debt Bond – Tier 3
- Advances Debt Bond – Tier 4
- Familial Debt Bond – Tier 5
It is also possible to purchase Debt Bonds from an NPC called Ticker. You can find Ticker in the upstairs platforms in Fortuna. Ticker will sell you Debt Bonds in exchange for credits, and resources. The higher the tier of Debt Bond, the rarer the resources will be. Finally, by completing Phase 4 of the Profit Taker Heist, you receive some Medical, Advances, and Familial Debt Bonds.
What Debt Bonds Are Used For
One of the main things you will need Debt Bonds for is ranking up with the Solaris United Syndicated. You will need the follow Debt Bonds to rank up:
- Outworlder – 13 Training
- Rapscallion – 12 Training, 15 Shelter
- Doer – 10 Training, 15 Shelter, 13 Medical
- Cove – 12 Shelter, 10 Medical, 13 Advances
- Old Mate – 12 Medical, 12 Advances, 10 Familial
It is also possible to turn Debt Bonds into Ticker in exchange for Standing. If you find yourself with far more Debt Bonds than you need, this can be a great way to spend them, as you need Standing to buy things from the vendors in Fortuna, such as Kitgun and MOA parts.
- Training Debt Bond – 100 Standing
- Shelter Debt Bond – 200 Standing
- Medical Debt Bond – 300 Standing
- Advances Debt Bond – 400 Standing
- Familial Debt Bond – 500 Standing
Finally, Gilding a Kitgun will cost 10 Shelter Debt Bonds, and Gilding an MOA will require 10 Training Debt Bonds.