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Bloodhoof Brave
Set:Whispers of the Old GodsWhispers of the Old Gods
Cost:4 Mana icon.png
Attack:2 Attack icon.png
Health:6 Health
Abilities:Enrage, Increment attribute, Taunt
Wiki tags:Damaged-related
Artist:Paul Mafayon
Has +3 Attack while damaged.
Flavor text

He thought the set was called "Flippers of the Old Cods" and hungrily volunteered to be in it. He is definitely going to get his hearing checked.

External links

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For the event version of this card, see Bloodhoof Brave (Event).

Bloodhoof Brave is a common warrior minion card, from the Whispers of the Old Gods set.

How to get[]

Bloodhoof Brave can be obtained through Whispers of the Old Gods card packs, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Bloodhoof Brave 40 5
Golden Bloodhoof Brave 400 50


Bloodhoof Brave is an improved Tauren Warrior. The extra 3 Health for just one additional Mana makes this minion objectively better.

On top of that, when played on-curve the extra health makes it much harder for your opponent to remove this minion without activating the Enrage effect.


I have an axe to grind.
Start running.


Bloodhoof Brave is a member of the Bloodhoof tribe, led Baine Bloodhoof, leader of the tauren people.

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The Bloodhoof tribe of tauren reside in the grasslands of Mulgore. They are members of the Horde and were led by Cairne Bloodhoof who presided over the tauren capital of Thunder Bluff. After his manufactured defeat by Magatha Grimtotem at the hands of Garrosh Hellscream, Cairne's son Baine Bloodhoof is the new High Chieftain of the Bloodhoof clan and leader of the unified tauren tribes of Mulgore. Baine can now be found on the High Rise in Thunder Bluff, the former seat of his father. The tauren can be found in all areas of the world, trying to restore the balance of the world which was lost during the occupation of the Burning Legion. The tauren owe allegiance to then Warchief Thrall and the Horde due to their assistance in ridding Mulgore of the marauding centaurs, thus giving the tauren a place to call home. However, along with many other of the Horde races, the tauren have become wary of the orcs, after the defeat of their former High Chieftain, Cairne Bloodhoof by Garrosh Hellscream, albeit in a fixed contest. Baine Bloodhoof made an uneasy peace with Hellscream and the Horde after an apology by Garrosh but are still wary of the orcish core of the Horde along with the trolls and the Forsaken, neither of which trust the leadership of Hellscream.


  • Bloodhoof Brave's summon and attack quotes are call-backs to both the Tauren Chieftain and Tauren unit from Warcraft III, who speak the lines when summoned and attacking, respectively.


Bloodhoof Brave, full art

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