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Description[edit | edit source]
The monument in Nahpui Quarter reads:
The Dragon, a reminder of atrocity, pain, and anguish.
Tahmu was an empress well known for her generosity and kind spirit. The people of her lands were all her children, and she made sure none went without food and shelter. When the Naga attacked, her private guards urged her to flee the city that she might save her own life. But Tahmu would not abandon her children. She called to her people to take up arms and defend themselves against the Naga, and she herself went into the streets to do battle. Unfortunately, the Naga overpowered Tahmu and her people, keeping her alive to witness the torture and murder of every single person in the city. Enraged beyond reason, she managed to break from her bonds and call down fire from the heavens, which streaked through the streets in the form of a dragon, incinerating the Naga attackers.
Location[edit | edit source]
The boss location is described in Nahpui Quarter (mission).
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Notes[edit | edit source]
- Even though this boss does not have a visible Boss Aura, you can still capture the elite skill from it.
- In the English version of the game, the name is spelled in two words, Tah Mu, during the entry cinematic.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Tahmu is likely Guild Wars' equivalent of the Chinese Azure Dragon, popularized in Japan as Sei Ryu, the symbol of the eastern constellations.