Zola the Gorgon

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Zola the Gorgon is a legendary neutral minion card, from the Kobolds & Catacombs set.

Other versions

How to get

TypeSourceQualityCount
Card packsThe Regular version can be opened from any of these packs:

Kobolds & Catacombs
Wild
Regular1 (random)
Card packsThe Golden version can be opened from any of these packs:

Kobolds & Catacombs
Wild
Golden Wild
Golden1 (random)
CraftingCraft a Regular copy for 1600 Dust.pngRegular1
CraftingCraft a Golden copy for 3200 Dust.pngGolden1
Achievement Kobolds Legendary Collector
(Collect all 23 Kobolds and Catacombs Legendary cards.).
Diamond 1

Sounds

Play
  • ▶️ VO_LOOT_516_Female_Medusa_Play_02.wav Such a perfect specimen.
  • ▶️ Zola_Play_Stinger.wav <music stinger>
Attack
  • ▶️ VO_LOOT_516_Female_Medusa_Attack_03.wav Look at me!
Death
  • ▶️ VO_LOOT_516_Female_Medusa_Death_01.wav <death sound>

Lore

Zola the Gorgon is unique to Hearthstone. She appears to be a naga sea witch.

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Sea witches, also known as tide priestesses, are naga casters of frost and lightning spells.

These scaly denizens of the ocean have often been associated with the coming of prodigious storms, but few have actually seen them rise from the sea and lived to tell the tale.

Trivia

  • In Greek mythology, the Gorgons are hideous female monsters, usually three sisters by the names of Stheno, Euryale, and Medusa, that have hair made out of living, venomous snakes and a visage that petrify onlookers. Warcraft's naga sea witches are inspired by the Gorgons in that they also have hair made out of living snakes, but the term "Gorgon" has not previously been explicitly used in Warcraft.
  • As referenced in her flavor text, Zola's name is a pun on Gorgonzola, a type of Italian blue cheese.[1]
  • This is the first card whose card text explicitly mentions Golden cards.

Gallery

Patch changes

External links

References[edit | edit source]

 
  1. Peter Whalen on Twitter. (2017-12-06).