Tengu

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Tengu are a unique species of avian humanoids found in both Tyria and Cantha. Females are generally larger than males of the species, though their plumage is plainer, even drab. Tengu lost the ability of flight some time in the distant past, but can use their almost human hands to wield all manner of weapons—when they want to. Their talons make most weapons superfluous. Tengu hate cooked food, and most live on a diet of fresh, raw meat.

The Guild Wars Factions Manuscripts

Known tribes[edit]

List of hostile NPCs[edit]

Region Tribe Name Trophy
Guild Wars Prophecies
Kryta Caromi Warrior 12, 13 (24) Caromi Tengu Brave
Warrior 18 (25) Caromi Tengu Elite
Ranger 13 (24) Caromi Tengu Scout
Ranger 17 (25) Caromi Tengu Fierce
Mesmer 12 (24) Caromi Tengu Wild
Mesmer 17 (25) Caromi Tengu Seer
Feathered Caromi Scalp
Shiverpeak Mountains Avicara Warrior 24 (26) Avicara Brave
Ranger 24 (26) Avicara Fierce
Monk 24 (26) Avicara Ardent
Necromancer 24 (26) Avicara Guile
Mesmer 24 (26) Avicara Wise
Feathered Avicara Scalp
Guild Wars Factions
Shing Jea Island Sensali Warrior 4 (22) Sensali Fighter
Necromancer 5 (23) Sensali Blood
Assassin 5 (23) Sensali Assassin
Feathered Scalp
Warrior 12 (24) Sensali Cutter
Necromancer 12 (24) Sensali DarkFeather
Assassin 12 (24) Sensali Claw
Feathered Crest
Kaineng City Warrior 20 (26) Star Blade
Ranger 20 (26) Star Sentinel
Ritualist 20 (26) Star Light
n/a
Guild Wars Eye of the North
Tarnished Coast Quetzal Warrior 20 (26) Quetzal Stark
Ranger 20 (26) Quetzal Keen
Necromancer 20 (26) Quetzal Dark
Mesmer 20 (26) Quetzal Sly
Quetzal Crest
Guild Wars Beyond
Shing Jea Island Sensali Warrior 24 Sensali Warrior
Ranger 24 Sensali Ranger
Monk 24 Sensali Monk
Necromancer 24 Sensali Necromancer
Mesmer 24 Sensali Mesmer
Elementalist 24 Sensali Elementalist
Assassin 24 Sensali Assassin
Ritualist 24 Sensali Ritualist
n/a

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Notes[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Gw2logo.png The Guild Wars 2 Wiki also has an article on Tengu.
  • In Japanese folklore, Tengu are a class of supernatural creatures.
  • The name Quetzal refers to a family of colorful tropical birds found in Central America; which are in turn named after the feathered-serpent god Quetzalcoatl of the Aztecs.