Khora is one of the most popular frames you can get in Warframe. This is mainly because of her stylish appearance and the free pet Verari. Furthermore, she is lethal and useful just like many other top-tier frames.
Many people will likely be interested in purchasing her Prime version at Tennocon to either test out her kit or subsume her using the Helminth system. The following is a guide on how to successfully pursue her.
How to Get Khora in Warframe?
To unlock Sanctuary Onslaught mode and begin grinding for Khora, you must first complete The New Strange quest. Here is where you’ll gather raw materials for the entire frame, including her design.
Following are the reward rotations and percentages for each Khora part:
- Rotation A: Khora Khora Chassis Blueprint – 8.33% drop chance
- Rotation B: Khora Neuroptics Blueprint – 9.09% drop chance
- Rotation C: Khora Systems Blueprint – 11.28% drop chance
- Khora Blueprint – 11.28% drop chance
Considering that there are 2 waves in each rotation, you will advance to Rotation A if you complete waves 2 and 4. At the sixth wave, there will be a chance of rotation B, and at the eighth, a chance of rotation C. It’s suggested that you only ride 8 waves before starting over.
After obtaining her components, you will need to deal with the time-consuming task of farming Kavat Genetic Codes. As unfortunate as it may be, most people just buy a bunch of them in bulk for 5 platinum. Synthesis Scanners and regular Scanners can be purchased instead of the game’s premium currency if that’s what you’d prefer.
After that, you’ll need to scan Kavats that show up in either Deimos missions or the Sands of Inaros quest. Unfortunately, getting a Genetic Code from scanning a Kavat is not guaranteed, so you may need to scan more than one.
Finally, if you don’t want to farm for Khora, you can purchase her from the market for 325 Platinum. Alternatively, you can try to wait for a daily login platinum discount if the price seems too high, especially with her Prime counterpart on the horizon of release.
Well, that’s all we have here about how players can get Khora in Warframe. We hope this guide helped you. If you liked this, make sure to check out 10 Best Roblox Military and War Games.