Warframe Requiem Relics Guide 2024 (Farming, Opening & Drops)

After The Old Blood update arrived, we were given the opportunity to farm new items which are great additions to the game while others are needed for what the update has brought us.

Requiem mods are needed for defeating the Kuva Lich’s that have been added in the recent update and you will be needing a lot of different ones, making farming them a necessary task.

The ability to farm Riven Slivers is now available which you can later on for crafting a Riven which is done at the Iron Wake location on earth where you need 10 Riven Slivers for crafting each Riven.

Exilus Weapon Adaptors are used to open up the Exilus slots on your weapons for placing an additional Exilus mod to further enhance it.

Requiem Mods, Riven Slivers and Weapon Exilus Slots

Farming Requiem RelicsHTRM-2

Requiem Relics may be acquired by doing Kuva Siphons, Kuva Floods and from alerts that appear from time to time.

Kuva Siphons have a chance to give you a Requiem Relic at the end of the mission while Kuva Floods are guaranteed to reward you with one.

The location of these activities can be checked via the Alerts tab in your Navigation Menu under the Kuva Siphons.


Completing a Kuva Flood has a 25% chance for you to obtain a Requiem Relic while Kuva Siphons provide you with a 12.5% chance.

Kuva Siphons are often done by solo players while Kuva Floods are done by teams as they often need the Kuva as well.


You will be able to see the Requiem Relic in the item rewards section when your mission success summary is shown.

Opening Requiem RelicsHTRM-5

Just like normal relics, Requiem Relics may be opened in a fissure but not just any fissure as they require you to do specific ones called Requiem Fissures.

You will usually find the Requiem Fissures at the bottom of the fissure list when checking it in the star chart.


After you pick the Requiem Fissure that you are about to do, you will then choose a Requiem Relic to use for the mission.

Each Requiem Relic may have a slightly different set of rewards which you can easily check by hovering your mouse over it or by inspecting them in your void relics station inside your orbiter.

Its better to play with a squad to maximize the amount of rewards that you can choose from when you complete a rotation.


Proceed with doing your mission and make sure that you collect 10 reactants before the rotation is complete so that you will be able to select a reward.


Once the rotation is complete and you have 10 reactants, the mission will pause and the void fissure rewards will come up.

You may then select to keep the reward from your requiem relic or receive the same one that one of your squad members has.


You may later on see all the rewards you have acquired from the Requiem Fissure once you extract from the mission.

Requiem Relic DropsHTRM-10

All Requiem Relics have a chance to provide you with Ayatan Amber Star, 1,200 Kuva and a Riven Silver as common reward.

The rare drops from Requiem Relics will be Exilus Weapon Adaptor Blueprints while uncommon rewards will be Requiem Mods.

The following are the uncommon rewards for Requiem Relics:

  • Requiem I – Lohk or Xata
  • Requiem II – Jahu or vome
  • Requiem III – Fass or Ris
  • Requiem IV – Khra or Netra

Opening Requiem Mods is the main way to get the Requiem Mods which are needed for defeating Kuva Liches as well as the Riven Slivers which can be exchanged for Riven Mods.

Although Exilus Weapon Adaptor Blueprints, Kuva and Ayatan Ember Stars may be found elsewhere, this is also an easy way for you to obtain them.


Kuva Siphons and Kuva Floods are always available but will often rotate between different locations, making it best to check for what missions are available.

Players will often farm for Requiem Relics to get the Requiem Mods used for defeating Kuva Lich’s or Tenet Sisters as these are required to take them out.

While Requiem Mods do not always drop, the chances are quite high, and these can be easy to farm depending on what missions are available.

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