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skills confirmed with SoC --Gumby 16:15, 30 October 2006 (CST)
You can also reach this guy by leaving the Command Post, and heading due east (although you can aggro fewer mobs by initially wall hugging the northern side of Arkjok Ward). To me, this seems slighty easier than the current suggested route from Pogahan Passage which requires moving though a castle and area which are heavily infested with Kournan mobs. I like to have fast/short routes when I'm concentrating on plain skill capping! --BramStoker 14:32, 14 January 2007 (CST)
He is directly south of the enterance to Jahai Bluffs. In the plantation-like area by the bridges which lead to the northernmost island. 126.96.36.199 22:32, 16 April 2007 (CDT)
Remove the trivia[edit source]
As if. CSI? pfft. the spelling is different. i think some csi nutter is REALLY reaching with this one... -TehBuG-
- In fairness, Anet do tend to use names that phonetically rather than literally similar :) Does this boss have any shouts or comments that might give better clues to the name inspiration? A quick google search shows that Kayin means "well known" in african and is also a state in Myanmar/Burma.User:BramStoker
- he has no comments to relate to CSI and his skills are a destruction rit. i still see nothing to relate to CSI. -TehBuG-
Kayin's Focus[edit source]
Could anybody confirm that he actually drops it? I've been farming him for 3 days now and all I got was the usual hard-mode drops. I used a 55 Spoil Victor to kill him at least 30 times by now. --Schmerdro
- Eventually I just bought it from someone for 3k. I'm satisfied :) --Schmerdro
Concerning The Trivia[edit source]
I hate to bring this up after being resolved, but I think that the trivia referring to CSI should be left in. Yes, I do acknowledge that the spelling is different, but that seems to avoid a direct reference. Apart from that, many bosses have trivia that pertain to them even with misspelled names, such as Lok the Mischievous or Kratos the Foul (The Greek god's name is Cratos).
In response to BramStoker and -TehBuG-, the aforementioned boss, Kratos The Foul, has almost nothing in common with its corresponding trivia, so I don't see why a more obvious reference, one that is fairly well known pop culture, should not be included.
I'm adding the note on Lieutenant Cane as well as removing the note on the administrative division in Myanmar, as that is a much farther stretch, IMO. JCMarquez 21:20, 31 August 2008 (UTC)