Clans of the Mogu

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120 (Requires 120)

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8,950

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11g 70s

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Objectives

Help Lorewalker Cho discover the origin of the Mysterious Mogu Sigil at the Seat of Knowledge.

Description

You say a mogu asked for your help? This is quite uncharacteristic.

I'd be happy to help you uncover the origins of this sigil. To be honest, the prospect of a mogu clan that isn't openly hostile interests me greatly. Just think of the possibilities!

Let's get down to business. We'll need to consult the volumes on the various mogu clans in the vale to narrow it down.

Rewards

You will receive:

  • 11g 70s
  • 8,950 XP

Progress

Why are you talking to me? The knowledge you seek is in the tomes.

Completion

If the mogu are once again following Ra-den it could mean an end to their days of war.

This is very exciting!

Notes

On accept
Lorewalker Cho says: As you know, the mogu clans were once again united by the resurrected Thunder King, Lei Shen.
Lorewalker Cho says: After his defeat, the mogu splintered and began warring for dominance. Many new clans arose from the ashes.
Lorewalker Cho says: Perhaps this sigil belongs to one of them. Let's begin our search with my copy of "The Serpent Masters".
Reading The Serpent Masters
Lorewalker Cho says: With their command over storm and serpent, many consider the Zan-Tien the dominant clan... though the others surely disagree..
Lorewalker Cho says: However, I see nothing pertaining to our mysterious sigil. Perhaps my copy of "Power through Blood" holds the answer...
Reading Power Through Blood
Lorewalker Cho says: Masters of blood magic, the Dokani bolster their ranks with powerful war machines fueled by the life essence of those they conquer.
Lorewalker Cho says: This looks nothing like the sigil, though. See if you can find a copy of "Will of Stone".
Reading Will of Stone
Lorewalker Cho says: Stubborn and prideful, the Baruk use the spirits of the dead to animate the statues littering their ruins and turn them into immortal soldiers.
Lorewalker Cho says: The sigil does not appear here, either. Could it be we've not encountered these mogu before?
Lorewalker Cho says: Wait... there is one more tome we could search. Bring me a copy of "The Origins of the Mogu".
Reading Origins of the Mogu
Lorewalker Cho says: Originally, the mogu served the titans as builders and guardians. Those who answered to Highkeeper Ra-den were known as the "Rajani".
Lorewalker Cho says: Remarkable! The sigil matches that of the Rajani! Is it possible that this ancient clan has been resurrected? And what of Ra-den?

Progression

  1. Faction intro:
  2. B [120] Where the Heart Is
  3. N [120] Network Diagnostics
  4. N [120] A Titanic Problem
  5. N [120] The Halls of Origination
  6. N [120] To Ramkahen
  7. N [120] The Uldum Accord
  8. N [120] Surfacing Threats
  9. N [120] Forging Onward
  10. N [120] It's Never Easy
  11. N [120] The Mysterious Sigil
  12. N [120] Clans of the Mogu
  13. N [120] Finding the Rajani
  14. N [120] Time-Lost Warriors
  15. N [120] Proof of Tenacity
  16. N [120] The Engine of Nalak'sha
  17. N [120] Restored Hope
  18. N [120] Magni's Findings
  19. N [120] Power Protocol Initiation
  20. N [120] Re-Origination
  21. N [120] Investigating the Halls
  22. N [120] Beginning the Descent
  23. N [120] Deeper Into the Darkness
  24. N [120] Descending Into Madness
  25. N [120] Opening the Gateway
  26. N [120] Into the Darkest Depths
  27. N [120] Whispers in the Dark
  28. N [120] Into Dreams
  29. N [120R] Ny'alotha, the Waking City: The Corruptor's End

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