Don Han'Cho

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Don Han'Cho
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Set: Mean Streets of Gadgetzan
Type: Minion
Class: Hunter, Warrior, Paladin
Tri-class: Grimy Goons
Rarity: Legendary
Cost: 7
Attack: 5
Health: 6
Abilities: Battlecry, Increment attribute
Tags: Random
Artist: Tyson Murphy

Battlecry: Give a random minion in your hand +5/+5.

The brilliant mastermind of the Grimy Goons, Han sometimes thinks about ditching the idiot Cho, but that would just tear him apart.

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Don Han'Cho is a legendary tri-class minion card, from the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Don Han'Cho can be obtained through Mean Streets of Gadgetzan card packs, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Don Han'Cho 1600 400
Golden Don Han'Cho 3200 1600

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Don Han'Cho's buff is best applied to a minion that can make good use of it, usually through specific effects. Minions that provide value through Battlecries, Charge or Deathrattles are a good defence against removal effects: Dispatch Kodo deals 7 damage, Rat Pack summons a full board of Rats, and Wolfrider becomes an 8/6 Charge. Minions that grant effects based on damage dealt can also be effective, such as Alley Armorsmith.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Hey, join the Goons. (Or meet my fist!)
We'll handle this. (Smash!)

Lore[edit | edit source]

Don Han'Cho, boss of the Grimy Goons
"First, our illustrious leader, da two-headed ogre Don Han'Cho.
Han is a criminal mastermind—a real genius—and Cho? Well, Cho isn’t the sharpest axe in the armory, but he hits like a runaway kodo. More like a stampede of runaway kodos. Maybe you’ve heard dat two-headed ogres got some serious magical chops, but not Don Han’Cho. The Don don’t need magic cuz he’s got us, da Grimy Goons. We done real good for him too, what with all the robbin’, extortin’, blackmailin’—y’know all the good crimes. Not to mention our speciality: arms smugglin’.
You might think Don Han’Cho has it all: he just bought the First Bank of Gadgetzan, he takes a cut from da loot fenced at da Gadgetzan Emporium, and he’s got a tight grip on the whole Grimestreet neighborhood. Believe me, Grimestreet is just the beginning, my friend. Don Han’Cho is preparin’ for a hostile takeover of Gadgetzan, so he’s been recruiting new Goons non-stop and stockpiling weapons like you wouldn’t believe. Now he’s got the most muscle, and arsenals stashed down every side-street and bolt-hole in dis town.
When da coin drops, you know the Grimy Goons are gonna be ready."[1]

An article on page 2 of The Gadgetzan Gazette Volume 32 #10, which discusses the re-opening of the First Bank of Gadgetzan after Han'Cho's aquiring of the bank, specifies that Cho is the left head while Han is the right head. The article claims that after cutting the ribbon, Cho said that "Dis Bank good. Plenty of dough", after which Han continued "Please pardon my associate's rough manners. I am proud to say that the First Bank of Gadgetzan will serve as a symbol of wealth and opportunity for all of Gadgetzan's citizens. If you are one of those wealth seeking opportunists, come see us; we'll beat ANY competitor."

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Don Han'Cho, full art
Key art detail featuring Han'Cho with a gnoll and a goblin.
Talan's Bar and Gadgetzan Gazette artwork of Han'Cho acquiring the First Bank of Gadgetzan.
Talan's Bar and Gadgetzan Gazette artwork of Kazakus (bottom left), Don Han'Cho (top left), Aya Blackpaw (bottom right) and White Eyes (top right) attending a gala.
Concept art
Don Han'Cho concept art
Sketches for Han'Cho in his business attire.
Sketches for Han'Cho, Kazakus, Aya and White Eyes attending a gala.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • While most two-headed ogres are usually depicted with one head with two eyes and the other with one eye, both of Don Han'Cho's heads have two eyes, making him the first two-headed ogre introduced in the series to have this distinction.

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