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Debiro Kuri

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Debiro Kuri
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Classification
Species: Human
Profession: Collector
Level(s): 10
Location

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

"Good day to you. I take it you have come to place an order for some furniture? No? Well... that is shocking. My work is renowned throughout all of Cantha, and I am swamped with orders to make more of my popular Naga hide lounging chairs. Well, if you have not come to place an order, perhaps you are looking for some work? I recently hired some workers to bring me Naga hide, but they had a little... mishap. Occupational hazard, I suppose. If you feel up to the task and can bring me 5 Naga hides, I will give you this in return:"

Collector Items[edit | edit source]

Debiro Kuri[edit | edit source]

Location: Sunqua Vale, north of the portal to Shing Jea Monastery
Collecting: 5 Naga Hides

Item Stats Reqs. Mods. Value
Cleaver of Fortitude Slashing damage: 5-10 1 Axe Mastery Health +15 10 Gold
Storm Artifact Energy +4 1 Air Magic Armor +5 (while enchanted) 10 Gold
Dirks Piercing damage: 3-6 1 Dagger Mastery Damage +10% (while Health is above 50%) 10 Gold
Communing Focus Energy +4 1 Communing Energy +10
Energy regeneration -1
10 Gold
Longbow of Fortitude Piercing damage: 7-10 1 Marksmanship Health +15 10 Gold
Divine Symbol Energy +4 1 Divine Favor Health +15 10 Gold
Blood Knife Energy +4 1 Blood Magic Blood Magic +1 (15% chance while using skills) 10 Gold
Inscribed Chakram Energy +4 1 Domination Magic Halves casting time of spells (Chance: 10%) 10 Gold



Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This NPC is named after one of the Alpha Testers, Debbie Currie, who is a member of the Zealots of Shiverpeak [ZoS].
  • Her husband is Mark Currie (Marik Kuri), also an Alpha Tester.
  • Her dialogue could be a reference to naugahyde furniture, which was popular during the late 70s early 80s.