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Kamadan, Jewel of Istan

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Kamadan, Jewel of Istan
Kamadan, Jewel of Istan.jpg
Town
Campaign Nightfall
Region Istan
Party size 4
Map area 0.21%
Neighbors Churrhir Fields
Consulate
Dajkah Inlet (outpost)
Plains of Jarin
Sun Docks
Sunspear Arena
Services Armor crafter
Canthan Ambassador
Collector
Dye Trader
Festival hat maker
Guild Emblemer
Guild Registrar
Hero skill trainer
Material Trader
Merchant
Rare Material Trader
Rune Trader
Skill trainer
Storage
Weaponsmith
Map
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Description[edit | edit source]

Kamadan is the home port for the mighty Istani navy, and the main point of landfall for ships from nearby Kourna, as well as those traveling from Cantha, Tyria, and the Battle Isles. Its deep harbor is sheltered from seasonal storms by a ridge of hills to the south. Built around relics and statues from the days of the Primeval Kings, Kamadan has earned the title, Jewel of Istan.

Getting there[edit | edit source]

Nightfall characters get there as part of the quest Honing your Skills.

Kamadan is the starting point in Elona for characters arriving from other campaigns. To access Kamadan from the Prophecies Campaign, complete the quest Sunspears in Kryta, acquired from Lionguard Figo in Lion's Arch. From the Factions Campaign, follow through the quest Sunspears in Cantha instead, which can be acquired from Imperial Guardsman Linro in Kaineng Center. If you have all three campaigns unlocked on your account, either of these two quests (which are mutually exclusive) can be obtained and completed by any Tyria-born or Cantha-born character.

Exits[edit | edit source]

NPCs[edit | edit source]

Quests[edit | edit source]

Kamadan, Jewel of Istan[edit | edit source]

Note: All of the following quests, except for Command Training, The Council is Called, and The Toy's Story, are only available to Nightfall characters.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Kamadan is often referred to as Spamadan due to the high volume of trade chat that occurs here.