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Bomani Expert Warrior.jpg
Species: Human
Profession: Warrior Warrior-icon.png
Level(s): 20

General[edit | edit source]

Bomani is a Warrior expert for the Sunspears. She teaches about axes and adrenaline.

Quests Involved In[edit | edit source]

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Dialogue[edit | edit source]

To Warriors or those without a secondary profession:

"Never make a warrior repeat himself. He's likely to do it with his axe... so you'll remember for the next time."
Tell me about axe mastery.
"Axe mastery affects how much damage you can inflict with an axe and also increases your chance to score a critical hit with axes."
Tell me about adrenaline.
"Some skills do not use Energy. Instead, they use adrenaline. Adrenaline is built up during combat and is measured in "strikes". One strike of adrenaline is gained every time a Warrior successfully lands an attack on an opponent, or when a Warrior takes one quarter of his total Health in damage. Each adrenal skill builds and uses adrenaline on its own. However, when an adrenal skill is used, it will cause all adrenal skills to lose one strike of adrenaline."
Can you give me an axe?
(you'll receive a Starter Axe)

During quest Secondary Training:

"I had to pull back from the front line so Faraji could bind my wounds. I'd like to head back out against those corsairs, but what can I do? Monk's orders. You look pretty strong. Maybe you could take my place and kill a few corsairs for me? I'd be willing to teach you a few things about axes if you're willing to learn."
Can you teach me some Warrior skills?
(Bomani teaches you the skill Executioner's Strike)
Tell me about axe mastery.
(see above)
Tell me about adrenaline.
(see above)
Can you give me an axe?
(see above)

To those of other professions with the secondary profession already chosen:

"That's nice. Sneak up on a girl with a giant axe. Very clever."

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Despite teaching about axes and her dialogue, she doesn't actually wield an axe.
  • The first dialogue referred to her as a male.