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|Tags:||Area of effect, Beast-related, Ongoing effect|
Your Beasts have Charge.
Tundra rhinos are often mistaken for kodos. Or am I mistaken?
How to get[edit | edit source]
Two copies of Tundra Rhino are a reward for raising a hunter to level 8.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- If a friendly minion can only attack because it has temporary Charge from Tundra Rhino, the Tundra Rhino does not have to survive until the actual combat happens (for example, if it dies to Explosive Trap, the combat will not be cancelled).
- Tundra Rhino's ongoing effect also gives the Tundra Rhino Charge.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Use Tundra Rhino to deal quick damage to your opponent's hero or minions. Granting Charge to all your Beasts is a great way to bypass the exhaustion after a minion is summoned, allowing it to immediately jump into battle and deal damage. Most effective in combination with Beasts that summon other Beasts as Deathrattle, such as Savannah Highmane and Kindly Grandmother. Play it with Scavenging Hyena to gain more advantage from trading your Beasts. Also very powerful in conjunction with Animal Companion and Call of the Wild.
Note that Tundra Rhino's ongoing effect only grants Charge while the Rhino is alive; if it dies, all affected minions will immediately lose the Charge buff. It is therefore advisable to attack with Tundra Rhino last, in case of the death or removal of the Tundra Rhino through damage or triggers such as Freezing Trap.
When playing against a Tundra Rhino, it's most advisable to remove it as soon as possible, to prevent more powerful and expensive Beasts from gaining Charge.
Lore[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The artwork for this card comes from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game "Icecrown" series, for the card Wooly White Rhino.