How to Get Khora 2021 Guide

Khora is a huntress Warframe, who fights alongside her companion Venari, and together they rip all those who stand in their way.

Alone, Khora is already dangerous, lashing at enemies and trapping them while they get torn apart as joins the fray.

Venari fights alongside Khora, dashing around the feel at blazing speeds, ripping enemies apart and supporting its master.

How to Get Khora?

All Khora parts may be obtained by entering the Sanctuary Onslaught mission and completing rotations. Specific rotations will have a chance to drop certain Khora parts and it is possible to obtain more than one needed part per run.

  • Khora Blueprint (Rotation C)
  • Khora Neuroptics (Rotation B)
  • Khora Chassis (Rotation A)
  • Khora Systems (Rotation C)

You may purchase Khora fully built and skip the process of farming for her parts for 325 Platinum.

Crafting Khora

The following are the crafting requirements for Khora.

Khora Blueprint

  • Khora Neuroptics x 1 
  • Khora Chassis x 1
  • Khora Systems x 1
  • Orokin Cell x 3
  • Credits x 25,000

Khora Neuroptics

  • Kavat Genetic Code x 2
  • Kuaka Spina Claw x 35
  • Polymer Bundle x 1,500
  • Salvage x 16,000
  • Credits x 15,000

Khora Chassis

  • Kavat Genetic Code x 5
  • Iradite x 65
  • Alloy Plate x 12,250
  • Rubedo x 4,300
  • Credits x 15,000

Khora Systems

  • Kavat Genetic Code x 2
  • Plastids x 1,000
  • Circuits x 2,600
  • Ferrite x 11,500
  • Credits x 15,000

Khora Resources

The following is a list of resources needed to build Khora, their locations as well as our guides on where to farm them.

Resources

Resource Locations

Guides

Kavat Genetic CodeDeimos
Kuaka Spina ClawPlains of Eidolon
Polymer BundleMercury, Venus, UranusRead Here
SalvageMars, Jupiter, SednaRead Here
IraditePlains of EidolonRead Here
Alloy PlateVenus, Jupiter, Sedna, Ceres, Phobos, PlutoRead Here
RubedoPhobos, Earth, Pluto, Europa, Sedna, VoidRead Here
PlastidsSaturn, Uranus, Phobos, Pluto, ErisRead Here
CircuitsCeres, Kuva Fortress, VenusRead Here
FerriteMercury, Earth, Neptune, VoidRead Here

Doing Sanctuary Onslaught Rotations

Sanctuary Onslaught requires that you keep killing enemies or pick up Efficiency Stimulus to increase efficiency.

You will need to survive through each round which has a duration of 2 minutes and 30 seconds but must make sure efficiency does not drop.

Each rotation may drop a specific Khora component, which makes it important to be able to last in this kind of mission.

Warframes that can deal damage in a large area and quickly kill enemies are the best for Sanctuary Onslaught as you will mostly need to keep on killing.

Khora Prime

There is currently no Khora Prime yet but sometime in the future, you should be able to fight alongside a stronger Venari and the Prime Warframe.

Tips

  • Warframe that can clear enemies quickly, especially in large amounts will be able to easily survive the Sanctuary Onslaught.
  • Don’t forget to roam around and collect Efficiency Stimulus to prevent your efficiency from dropping too low.

Final Thoughts

Khora was noticed as one of the later farming Warframes since she got the Pilfering Strangledome mod, but aside from that, she deals a good amount of damage and crowd control.

Whipclaw works well with damaging enemies but it is even better when you combine it with Ensnare to trap multiple enemies and keep crowd control in action.

Khora can cycle between different modes with Venari, which are Attack, Protect and Heal, all of which will benefit you when you fight alongside her.

Strangledome is one of the most efficient crowd controls available and it can be used to control an area and take out several enemies, this is also what Khora can farm with.

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