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Kodorider
Regular
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Gold
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Set:The Grand TournamentThe Grand Tournament
Type:Minion
Class:NeutralNeutral
Rarity:EpicEpic
Cost:6 Mana icon.png
Attack:3 Attack icon.png
Health:5 Health
Abilities:Inspire, Summon
Wiki tags:Beast-generating, Hero Power-related
Artist:Ben Wootten
Inspire: Summon a 3/5 War Kodo.
Flavor text

Someone called her a Rhinorider, and she's NOT HAPPY.

External links

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Kodorider is an epic neutral minion card, from the Grand Tournament set.

How to get[]

Kodorider can be obtained through The Grand Tournament card packs, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Kodorider 400 100
Golden Kodorider 1600 400

Summoned minions[]

War Kodo(22474).png

Strategy[]

With its Inspire effect summoning 3/5 War Kodos, Kodorider is an expensive but fairly heavy-weight Inspire card. Its distinguishing feature is that the War Kodos are Beasts, providing synergy primarily with hunter cards such as Houndmaster, Ram Wrangler, and Tundra Rhino, but also with druid cards such as Knight of the Wild, Wildwalker and Mark of Y'Shaarj. That said, Kodorider itself is not a Beast and due to the mana cost may be too slow if one is needed immediately.

Quotes[]

Summon
Let's get MOOOving!
Attack
Stampede!

Lore[]

Kodo - WoW.png

This card depicts a tauren paladin, also known as a Sunwalker, riding a Great Sunwalker Kodo.

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Kodo are massive reptiles with thick leathery skin that ranges in color from sandy brown to black. Most kodo have a large horn that sprouts from their nose, and some are even covered in thick woolly hair. Kodo range across central Kalimdor, but are particularly prevalent in Mulgore, where the rolling grassy plains are particularly suited to their omnivorous nature. Wild kodo are normally herbivorous, however, and will not attack unless threatened. In the waning years of their lives, kodo instinctively trek to the Kodo Graveyard in the center of Kalimdor, where they spend their last hours. At the Kodo Graveyard there are even Kodo Spirits that have passed over to the spirit realm.

Trivia[]

Gallery[]

Kodorider, full art

Patch changes[]

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