Ramkahen Representative

The cat-people of the Ramkahen are the distant but direct descendants of the Tol’vir – much like what the Dwarves are to the Earthen. Protecting Titan secrets remains part of their rigid tradition despite losing their stone bodies. The curse of flesh caused them to turn into the fleshy, wingless versions of their former selves. The process can be reverted by powerful beings such as Siamat, as a ‘reward’ for swearing allegiance to Deathwing.

Ramkahen - King Phaoris

They are one of the three clans of the Tol’vir race living in Uldum – the Orsis and the Neferset being the other two. When Deathwing came back to the world and entered an alliance with the Old Gods and the elemental lords, he set out to make some allies (or more realistically servants) in the deserts of Uldum. The Neferset tribe were the first one to fall under his persuasion, as he had promised to lift the Curse of Flesh off them, restoring them to their former stone forms. The Orsis clan became the first victims of Neltharion’s new allies – their entire clan was obliterated by air elementals and former Neferset brothers. The Ramkahen were the last Tol’vir bastion against the combined forces of Al’Akir and Deathwing, and with the aid of Azeroth’s champions could we help them reclaim the lands they’d lost.

So with great pride I hereby represent Ramkahen in the Mogolympics.

It was actually quite difficult to find a uniform I liked to represent the clan as they don’t tend to wear a lot, but since they look so majestic, I decided to go for a more ornate look.

Head: Cataclysmic Gladiator’s Satin Hood
Shoulder: Titan-Forged Shoulderpads of Salvation
Chest: Lo’ap’s Tunic of Muck Diving
Waist: Relentless Gladiator’s Cord of Salvation
Legs: World Mender’s Pants
Hands: Marshseeker Gloves
Feet: Sandals of Crimson Fury
Main Hand: Horde Guild Banner

An Afternoon of Farming

There are a few items I’ve tried to get while solo-farming. My latest ‘must have’ mog items include the Starfire Tiara on Cym which has been very difficult to acquire so far – assuming the NPC I need is even in the instance. I’ve also been farming the Bloodmail Legguards (thx to Kam’s post reminders) and the Chain of the Scarlet Crusade set on Tallys.

After several weeks, I’ve had no luck on the tiara but after two afternoons of farming Scholo and Scarlet Monastery, I’ve managed to get most of the pieces from both sets. It’s funny though, I could have sworn I had the Tabard of the Scarlet Crusade on my hunter. I wonder if it disappeared after the hack or maybe I didn’t have it on that toon after all.

SM - cathedral courtyard

I wasn’t expecting this achievement as I’ve done this instance countless times since inception but I guess I haven’t completed the dungeon since the Achievement system came in. It was quite funny to see the pop-up on my screen but then Cym will always be my achievement queen :)

Scarlet set - partial

I never realised the Houndmaster dropped an improved version of his whistle. But after reading about Navi and Tome talking about this a while ago, it was a nice item to add to my bag of tricks. I should go back and get one for Cym too, she could use a guard dog when Cool’s not around :P

As you can see, I’m still missing a few pieces but these are some of the random items I picked up while farming. The good news is, this set is BoE so maybe I’ll get lucky with the remaining pieces (assuming they won’t cost me a leg or other appendage). Oh ok, you can have my appendix… or tonsils.

In Scholo, I was getting a lot of the other set pieces, particularly cloth but I’m not that fussed about the cloth set anyway. My Bloodmail set dropped fairly sporadically except for the pants sadly so I was relieved when they finally dropped yesterday.

Not bad for some pretty quick farming :P

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