Lucky Eightcoins is the caravan master at the Grummle Bazaar in Kun-Lai Summit. He can be found speaking with Griftah.
- Ah! A luckydo comes to the great Grummle Bazaar, eh? I smell good fortune in our meeting.
- I am called the Lucky Eightcoins. I am named for my best luckydo, the one that gives most pungent-smelling fortune.
- What is a "luckydo"?
- A Luckydo? Why, it is a person, place, or thing of good luck and fortune.
- It is a most high compliment from grummles to be called a luckydo.
- Usually a luckydo has special smell to it. Grummle noses are keen for finding luck by its scent.
- What is a grummle?
- Why, we are the grummles! The mountain ferries. The packers of trails. The guides through the mountains. And the deliverers of supplies.
- We are the people who keep the defenders of the wall fed, and we are the people who travel the Burlap Trail since the time of the mogu dynasties.
- We also have the most best noses for smelling luck!
- Welcome, friend, to the Grummle Bazaar!
- Some argue Brother Rabitsfoot has more good fortune than I, the Lucky Eightcoins. At this I laugh. It is simple: he is called “brother”, I am called “Lucky”. Obviously I am of more luck.
- Most grummles keep a few luckydos around. Look, lint in pocket. Big luckydo. Oh, and smelly incense. Very big luckydo. Never trust unsmellible lucky. Sometimes that luck is for someone else.
- We are the grummles. We know all of the paths through the mountains. Most of all we bring supplies to the great wall in the east. The bastion of the Shado-Pan. These are dark times though, and grummles face great dangers on our road.
- Never set a yeti on fire. They just get mad.
- Patch 5.2.0
- Griftah, you think those are luckydos? They smell more like luckydon'ts.
- Griftah, your nose is too pointy to smell good fortune. And you smell like unwashed yak.
- And to think, my friends say I "troll" too much. I must show them you, Griftah.
- Hey! Griftah! That is one of my luckydos! Where did you get that?