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Greetok

Can we add Greetok to the list of dwarven towns and clans? The play.net official documentation had the Greetok as a gem-cutting clan located close to Rhoska-Tor. They are the dwarven clan that rebuilt the city of Sharath after the Dhe'nar begrudgingly began treating dwarven craftsmen with dignity. Reference is http://www.play.net/gs4/info/tomes/dwarven_history/dwarf_southern.asp CLUNK24963 19:51, 27 March 2015 (CDT)

I bet we can. Does someone have the map we're discussing on the boards that listed the underground Dwarven cities along the Dragonspine? FIREPHOENIX 19:52pm CST 27 March 2015

I saw that discussion on the boards, but have no recall of a dwarven map (and I looked for one often enough). The other reference to the Greetok is at http://www.play.net/gs4/info/races/cultures/dwarf.asp. Also, those pages at http://www.play.net/gs4/info/tomes/dwarven_history summarize the dwarf towns and clans and give hints as to where they are located. Zul has guarded tunnels leading north (Mule), south (Krinklehorn/Kragsfell/Greetok), and into the nearby mines. CLUNK24963 20:00, 27 March 2015 (CDT)

I've added an article for the Greetok Clan. As dwarven characters can choose Greetok as a culture option separately from Khanshael, I assumed that the modern Greetok Clan is not counted among the dark dwarves. There is also a reference to them in Elanthian Gems that describes a tradition where Greetok, Oltregek, and Grenroa dwarves would often travel to Eonak's Belt to bury sapphires. ZHOUY1 (talk) 14:08, 20 June 2015 (CDT)

recommend adding Gerfroth Kazaar to the list of Historic Dwarves. --CLUNK24963 18:05, 8 April 2016 (CDT)