Bagh Nakh

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Bagh Nakh

Trinket
Ring
Prefix
Berserker's and Valkyrie
Rarity
GAscended
Req. level
80
Unique
Yes
Binding
Account Bound
Value
Silver coin 95 Copper coin
Game link
API
API
+126 Power.png Power
+85 Ferocity.png Ferocity
+67 Precision.png Precision
+18 Vitality.png Vitality
Infusion Slot Unused Infusion Slot

— In-game description

Acquisition[edit]

Sold by[edit]

Vendor Area Zone Cost
Aori Brightcrest Armistice Bastion 25 Laurel.png + 
250 Badge of Honor.png
BUY-2046 PFR Mistlock Observatory
Fractals of the Mists
Mistlock Sanctuary
10 Pristine Fractal Relic.png
Basic Magnetite Exchange Operative Lion's Arch Aerodrome 175 Magnetite Shard.png + 10 Gold coin
Fractal Reliquary
25 Fractal Relic.png
Jale Bay of Elon Crystal Oasis 35 Laurel.png
Jocasta Hall of Memories Heart of the Mists 35 Laurel.png
Laurel Merchant Commodore's Quarter
Fort Marriner
The Upper City
Creator's Commons
Garden of Dusk
Memorial Quadrant
The Great Lodge

Mistlock Observatory
Hall of Memories
Lion's Arch
Lion's Arch
Divinity's Reach
Rata Sum
The Grove
Black Citadel
Hoelbrak

Fractals of the Mists
Heart of the Mists
35 Laurel.png
Laurel Merchant




Eternal Battlegrounds
Edge of the Mists
Blue Alpine Borderlands
Green Alpine Borderlands
Red Desert Borderlands
Obsidian Sanctum (zone)
25 Laurel.png + 
250 Badge of Honor.png
Merit Professor Rizzak Mistlock Sanctuary 35 Laurel.png
Nicola 35 Laurel.png
Portable Magnetite Shard Exchange 175 Magnetite Shard.png + 10 Gold coin
Scholar Glenna Salvation Pass 175 Magnetite Shard.png + 10 Gold coin
Varka 35 Laurel.png

Contained in[edit]

Used in[edit]

Item Rarity Discipline(s) Rating Ingredients
Bagh Nakh.png Attuned Bagh Nakh GAscended Mystic Forge 0
Bagh Nakh.png Bagh Nakh (Infused) GAscended Mystic Forge 0

Trivia[edit]

  • Bagh Nakh, or "tiger claws", is a claw-like Indian weapon designed to fit over the knuckles or concealed under and against the palm. It consists of four or five curved blades affixed to a crossbar or glove, and is designed to slash through skin and muscle. It is believed to have been inspired by the armature of big cats, and the term bagh nakh itself means tiger's claw in Hindi.