Release Date: April 20th, 2018
Fiercely poised with feral instincts, the huntress Khora and her feline familiar Venari prowl amidst combat scouring for prey. Mistress of the livewire, she enchains her foes to enforce deadly discipline by whiplash, claws, and serrated steel. Khora and Venari pounced from the shadows in Update 22.18.
|Time: 72 hrs|
|Market Price: 325||Blueprint Price: N/A|
|Time: 12 hrs|
|Time: 12 hrs|
|Time: 12 hrs|
AcquisitionKhora's main and component blueprints are acquired from Sanctuary Onslaught missions.
|Chassis Blueprint||8.33%||12 – 13 A Rotations||79 ± 26 A Rotations|
|Neuroptics Blueprint||7.69%||13 – 14 B Rotations||86 ± 29 B Rotations|
|Main Blueprint||5.64%||26 – 27 C Rotations||131 ± 40 C Rotations|
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- Khora was announced in Devstream 100.
- Khora was later also mentioned in the Ghoul Fragments.
- Though the Lore suggests that a fossilized peice of Khora's remain was found on Venus and she was somehow connected to Plains of Eidolon, all of her blueprints can be only acquired from Sanctuary Onslaught.
- Speculatively, since her remain was shipped off of Venus and disappeared, it might somehow have fallen into Cephalon Simaris' possession.
- Both Khora and Venari grant mastery points, 12,000 in total.
- Khora's abilities have undergone revision during the development process due to player feedback on Damage 2.5. Initially designed to change between Physical damage types ( Impact, Puncture, & Slash), her finalized kit was showcased on Devstream 109 with the dependency on damage types removed.
- As a result, Venari gained a new behavior mode selection feature.
- The inspiration for Khora's name could come from the Greek Goddess Kore, or Persephone, Queen of the Underworld. Kore's mythological husband, Hades, being a God of Riches (such as gems and precious metals) could be attributed to Khora's access of metal themed abilities.
- Kore is also the modern name for a type of free-standing Ancient Greek sculpture portraying an emotionless maiden symbol of the ideal, transcending above the hardships of the world.
- Another inspiration could be centered around Plato's term khôra which means neither being nor nonbeing, but an interval between in which the "forms" were originally held; it "gives space" and has maternal overtones (a womb, matrix). This seems to be the theme of the Ghoul Journal Fragments.
- Khora's design was inspired from an arachnid, hence the abdomen-like skirt and web-like abilities.
- The four spikes on Khora's back are a special Syandana, similar to innate shoulder armor equipped on Banshee, Volt and Oberon. They will be removed if other Syandanas are equipped, or can be removed at will.
- Khora is the second Warframe after Inaros to have a built-in polarity in the Exilus mod slot. An Exilus Adapter is still required to unlock the slot, but a Forma is not necessary unless changing it to another polarity.
- Khora is the 35th Warframe to be released (excluding Primed and Umbra variants).