one shots me - gief priest
The line about Hogger can be misleading, since the only similarity is that he is often killed and kited and all that. Neutral, helpless, and just the target of a pickpocket quest? That's Gamon. Hostile, leader of a bunch of mobs in a starting zone, and the target of a kill-quest? That's Hogger. --Xavius 08:35, 8 January 2008 (UTC)
I will now change that line to something more suitable.18:03, 4 February 2008 (UTC)
Done! Changed to "Gamon is treated by Horde players much the same way as Hogger is by Alliance players." (what is it with my sig?) 18:10, 4 February 2008 (UTC)
What gear is he wearing? Zarnks 22:59, 22 February 2008 (UTC)
Gamon = the new Sir Breel
Not having a high lvl horde character, I didn't find out about this guy until now. I am surprised no old time EQ players noticed the similarities between Gamon and Sir Breel.
Sir Breel was a corrupt paladin in the north freeport bank, a zone that was the center point for player trading for many years. Killing him actually increased your faction with the paladin guards in north freeport but made you KOS to the guards in west and east freeport. This wasn't a big issue however as freeport was designed to be passed through by KOS factions with relative ease. So to ease the boredom of selling for hours and hours, Sir Breel became everyone's punching bag and was well farmed by evil players to gain friendly faction with the guards (allowing them to sit at the bank instead of the cave used by the kos factions to move around).