How to get friendly with magram
The virgin Gelkis vs the Chad Magram. Too lazy to do the meme. Gelkis are my homies. Damn I do not remember which one I selected on my priest!
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Information Links Search Sites:. World Maps from WorldOfWar. Flash Map Official Site. Official Reputation Page. There are several centaur tribes still vying for dominance in the wastelands of Desolace.
Both the Horde and the Alliance have their own reasons for being wary of the centaurs tauren especially , but are not above playing them off against each other.
Two of these clans are the Gelkis and the Magram. The Gelkis live in southwest Desolace, just west of the road to Feralas. They are led by Khan Shaka and his shaman Uthek the Wise. The Magram dwell in southeast Desolace, east of Mannoroc Coven and south of the lands of the Kolkar centaurs. They are led by Khan Jehn and his spokesman Warug.
Gelkis mobs range from , Magram mobs from When you reach Friendly with the Magram, you can talk to Warug and begin the Magram questline. When you reach Friendly with the Gelkis, you can talk to Uthek the Wise and begin the Gelkis questline. There are no other benefits from gaining reputation with either side. Killing mobs of one side earns 20 rep with the other side and rep with the faction you're killing as long as the mob is green or better to you.
Both the Horde and the Alliance are interested in these tribes - the Horde would like to weaken the centaurs, the Alliance wants to know what weaknesses they have. Warug is located up the hill in the mountains just northeast of the village, near You can usually find them on the AH for 25s-1g.
He is in the southeastern corner of Bolgan's Hole the cave where the Tears of Theradras were found for the "Broken Tears" quest , at the bottom of the cave, near Uthek is located near If you follow the northern road through the Swamps, you will eventually find the sanctuary. The area is populated by hostile L Lost Ones degenerate Draenei and patrolling Horde guards which aren't a problem if you happen to be Horde.
This faction exists primarily to introduce characters to grinding for reputation. There are no significant bonuses to gaining faction with them other than the opportunity to complete the questlines. From the mob and quest levels, it appears that the questline encourages characters to complete the Magram quests, then turn around and grind back to Friendly with the Gelkis and complete those quests. Look at the rewards and decide which items you want to end up with to decide if this is worth it.
Rogues and Druids may wish to consider allying with the Magram for the belt; the Gelkis otherwise seem to have superior items, although Uthek forces you to take a long detour off to the Swamp of Sorrows. You need points to become Friendly with the initial faction. This will require 50 level-appropriate kills earning 20 rep points each. To grind back to Friendly with the other faction will require points or level-appropriate kills. Note that the initial quests are L, with the end of the chain L In general, this will not be a profitable quest chain if the majority of mobs are grey L45 or higher.
If you haven't already completed it, make sure to grab this quest as well, since you'll be killing a lot of centaurs. You must first obtain the mouthpiece for the horn by killing Maraudine centaurs until the mouthpiece drops.
This is the entryway to the Maraudon instance. You then climb to the top of the stone tower north of the entrance to Maraudon, near This summons three waves of Maraudine, each consisting of 2 melee and 1 caster centaur, all L40 non-elites.
The casters can heal, so they should be taken out or otherwise neutralized first. Khan Hratha accompanies the third wave and will despawn in approximately 5 minutes if you don't kill him before then.
Immobilize him and take out his guards first; if possible, pull the guards some distance away to give you more time. These mobs also have a chance to drop another mouthpiece, which you might want to save if you're going to try doing the other questline. Reputation Compendium Gelkis and Magram Centaurs. Kill Gelkis centaurs to become Friendly with the Magram. Destroy three Tears of Theradras in the cave Bolgan's Hole, up the ramp on the southern side of the excavation in the Gelkis Village and retrieve the broken pieces.
Advanced Target Dummies are crafted by Engineers with a minimum of skill. Khan Shaka is a L37 non-elite and is usually accompanied by 2 guards L Kill Magram centaurs to become Friendly with the Gelkis. The bags are usually on their own around the tents; you can identify them by mousing over them and looking for the gear cursor. Ongeku is a L37 non-elite who spawns randomly near one of the huts at the eastern side of the Fallow Sanctuary area of the Swamp of Sorrows. Jehn usually spawns in a big tent with banners out front at the southwest end of the Magram Village, just east of the northeast entrance to the Valley of Bones near Best viewed with Mozilla Firefox!
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Magram Alliance - Quests
Information Links Search Sites:. World Maps from WorldOfWar. Flash Map Official Site. Official Reputation Page. There are several centaur tribes still vying for dominance in the wastelands of Desolace. Both the Horde and the Alliance have their own reasons for being wary of the centaurs tauren especially , but are not above playing them off against each other. Two of these clans are the Gelkis and the Magram.
Magram Alliance - Quest
Discussion in ' Archives ' started by Wench , Sep 10, Log in or Sign up. The Buddy Forum. Gelkis Centaur - Reputation Grind. Feedback: Feel free to post any bugs you find.
Khan Kammah. Outrunner , Scout , Shaman , Warrior. The Magram clan of centaur have made their home in the southeastern parts of Desolace. They are mortal enemies of the Gelkis clan of centaur, a brother tribe also located in southern Desolace.
Gelkis Centaur - Reputation Grind.
Post a Comment. They used to be at war until the Cataclysm expansion pack, and up until that point you could grind reputation with one of them by killing the other faction's members. However, any means of getting rep was removed in the Cataclysm patch, but a new way of getting rep was reintroduced in the BfA pre-patch. This time around you can get exalted reputation with both factions at the same time, and you essentially only need to complete a short chain of quests to get it.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: WoW Guide - Magram/Gelkis Centaur Clan Reputation Guide - Patch 8.0
By Stan , July 19, in News. Players continue to discover hidden perks of the 8. Check out this post for more details. In order to get the quest item, you'll need to complete the prerequisite quests. The question is, which is the bug? The ability to get instantly exalted, or that those who did this ages ago can't get exalted?
Post a Comment. Labels Hearthstone WOW. Since patch 8. This may be due to a bug but, it's the most 's anyone has ever seen in Desolace. To gain exalted reputation with both of these factions you need to complete a small quest chain. If you have previously completed all the quests in Desolace, e. I got this item on my first kill. This item starts the following quest.