|Abilities:||Enrage, Increment attribute, Taunt|
Has +3 Attack while damaged.
Tauren Warrior: Champion of Mulgore, Slayer of Quilboar, Rider of Thunderbluff Elevators.
Other versions[edit | edit source]
How to get[edit | edit source]
|Golden Tauren Warrior||400||50|
Summoned by[edit | edit source]
As well as being collected in decks, this card can also be summoned by the following card.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
While a reasonably powerful minion, the Tauren Warrior's main strength (compared to alternatives such as Ironfur Grizzly) is its +3 Attack Enrage effect, which can make it an exceptionally hard hitting minion for only 3 mana. This card therefore combines excellently with any source of directed damage, including cards such as Elven Archer and Abusive Sergeant, and the mage hero power Fireblast. It also has good synergy with buffs such as the shaman's Windfury, the priest's Power Word: Shield and the paladin's Blessing of Kings.
Due to this minion's potential for damage-dealing, it is usually a fairly high priority for the opponent to remove, especially if the controlling player is a mage, therefore able to activate its Enrage at any time using Fireblast.
Tauren Warrior is identical to Amani Berserker except that it has Taunt, and costs 1 more mana. The Taunt can serve as a useful extra line of defence, and with luck can force minions to attack it, triggering its Enrage. Alternatively, the opponent may hesitate to attack it for fear of triggering its Enrage, thus serving to prevent damage to the player's minions entirely. However, the Taunt also prevents the player from shielding the minion from attack, making it highly vulnerable to removable by capable minions.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- ▶️May my ancestors watch over me.
- ▶️Bring it on.
- ▶️<death sound>
Lore[edit | edit source]
- Tauren (shu'halo in their native language of Taur-ahe) are huge nomadic creatures who live on the grassy, open plains of Mulgore in central Kalimdor. Tauren are large, muscular humanoids and bovine in appearance, complete with hooves and horns. Their immense bodies are covered with fine, short fur that ranges in color from black, gray, white, red, brown and tan and any mottled combinations or variations thereof.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The artwork for this card comes from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game "Crown of the Heavens" series, for the card Soulde the Earthshaker.