How To Get Khora In Warframe

Khora, the huntress, is accompanied by her loyal companion, Venari. Together they pose a terrible threat to enemies in Warframe, as whip and claw lay waste to all around them. Khora excels at minimizing the danger of strong foes with her chains, then doing massive damage with Whiplash.

To get your hands on Khora, you need to head to Sanctuary Onslaught, and take on hordes of enemies for Cephalon Simaris. Khora’s main blueprint and all her component blueprints can drop as rewards at the end of this mode’s Rotations. You can access Sanctuary Onslaught through the Navigation mention, in the mission listings at the top right of the screen.

Rotations in Sanctuary Onslaught

A Rotation in Sanctuary Onslaught is two rounds, and the pattern of Rotations and reward pools is A-A-B-C. This limitation means you need to play eight full rounds to get the rewards from Rotation C.

  • Chassis blueprint – Rotation A – 8 percent chance
  • Neuroptics blueprint – Rotation B – 9 percent chance
  • Main blueprint – Rotation C – 11 percent chance
  • Systems blueprint – Rotation C – 11 percent chance

You will need to spend a lot of time in Sanctuary Onslaught to farm all of Khora’s blueprints, so the standard practice is to bring in some weapons you need to level up, or also to farm Focus while there.

Once you have all the blueprints for Khora, you can build her in your Foundry using the following resources:

Chassis

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 5 Kavat Genetic Code
  • 65 Iradite
  • 12,250 Alloy Plate
  • 4300 Rubedo

Neuroptics

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Kavat Genetic Code
  • 35 Kuaka Spinal Claws
  • 15,000 Polymer Bundle
  • 16,000 Salvage

Systems

  • 15,000 Credits
  • 2 Kavat Genetic Code
  • 1000 Plastids
  • 2600 Circuits
  • 11,500 Ferrite

Most of the resources required are standard for much of the game’s crafting, but Kavat Genetic Code and Kuaka Spinal Claws are things you will need to go out of your way to get.

You acquire Kavat Genetic Code by scanning Feral Kavats on the Orokin Derelict Tileset. Capture missions in the Orokin Derelicts are good places to do this, as you can capture the target, then search the level for these hard to spot creatures. You have a twenty-five percent chance of getting Genetic Code if you scan one.

You get Kuaka Spinal Claws by killing the Kuakas on the Plains of Eidolon. Kuakas are the strange, rat-like creatures you often see scurrying around during missions on the Plains.

Each component has a 12-hour build time, and you build them all at the same time. Once constructed, you can use them in conjunction with the primary Khora blueprint to create the Warframe. Khora has a three-day build time, although you can use Platinum to skip all build times, Warframe’s premium currency.

When construction finishes, you will be able to equip Khora and begin to level her up and experiment with builds that you might like to use. Just make sure you have a spare Warframe slot available when you start the build.