👾 A list of all Warframe items that contribute to player mastery rank.
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Warframe Item List

👾 A list of all Warframe items that contribute to player mastery rank.

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Because I couldn't find a near complete list of all Warframe items that contributed specifically to player mastery rank... so I originally spent 2 evenings cataloguing the Warframe Wiki item mastery lists and making some objects up that would be easy to reuse in a Javascript app.

A fair few commits later, this project now uses an updater script which fetches the latest content from the http://content.warframe.com/MobileExport endpoints and transforms it into this mastery rank list. This is the same endpoints/urls that the Warframe Mobile app uses to get the current game data - so assuming those endpoints/urls are left as-is, this repo will remain reasonably up to date.

Please note that the endpoints are NOT publicly documented by Digital Extremes (so they could disappear or change at any time) and they do not provide information such a weapon categories. Because of this, we maintain the categories with the help of user maintained information on the wiki. As a consequence, there may be mistakes and/or inaccuracies with our data or the endpoint/urls.

If you come across any missing items, problems or mistakes - please let us know by creating an issue or even fixing it yourself with a pull-request. See contributing section for more info.


yarn add warframe-item-list


npm i warframe-item-list


const { version, array, objects, constants } = require('warframe-item-list');

console.log(version);   // returns the warframe game version of the item list.
console.log(array);     // returns a big list of every item object.
console.log(objects);   // returns an object keyed by type, these contain lists of item objects.
console.log(constants); // returns the constants used to define item attributes.


If you console.log the root object, you'll get the following:

  version: 'string',
  array: [...],
  objects: {
    Amp: [...],
    Archwing: [...],
    ArchwingMelee: [...],
    ArchwingPrimary: [...],
    Kavat: [...],
    Kubrow: [...],
    Melee: [...],
    Primary: [...],
    Secondary: [...],
    Sentinel: [...],
    SentinelWeapon: [...],
    Warframe: [...],
    Zaw: [...],
  constants: {
    TYPE: {...},
    TYPES: {...},

Within each list, the objects are pretty similarly structured:

  id: 'string',          // unique id for the item.
  name: 'string',        // name of the item.
  type: 'string',        // type the item belongs to.
  category: 'string',    // category of the weapon - this is only used on primary/secondary/melee and sentinel weapons.
  masteryRank: 0,        // mastery rank required for the item.
  image: 'string',       // path to the image file for this item, relative to the root of the package.
  wiki: 'string',        // url for the items warframe wiki page.

And the constants contains the strings that are used to define the category and type keys in the item objects.

There is also a handy types exposed in the constants where by using a type key you can get it's plural.

const { TYPE, TYPES } = require('warframe-item-list').constants;

console.log(TYPE.PRIMARY);        // returns string 'primary'.
console.log(TYPES[TYPE.PRIMARY]); // returns string 'primaries'.


If you come across any missing items, problems or mistakes - please let me know by creating an issue or feel free to have a shot at fixing it yourself with a pull-request.

Please ensure that any PRs are linted + tested and keep with the general flow of things.


This project is licensed under GNU GPLv3

Copyright (C) 2017 Alex Gabites

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