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Kama

Kama is the currency of Amakna. They are earned by defeating monsters, selling items and completing certain quests. Kamas have no weight, meaning a player can carry millions of kamas as easily he can carry ten.

The symbol for kama is styled K. Any NPC or other game price using K means kama. The suffix 'k' (short for 'kilo') means 1000 of something if it refers to an object. ('10k wheat' means 10,000 wheat.) When it refers to the currency, a k is used to represent normal units and double k ("kk") is used to indicate that the item price is --Thousand. For example, someone is buying a tofu feather for 20k. This means 20 kamas, whereas if he had said 20kk it would have meant 20,000 kamas.

However, If someone were to sell an item for '1.4mk' this would mean 1,400,000k. MK means Million Kamas.


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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The kama worn by Commander Fox.
"Nice skirt. Really suits you. Hand washable?"
Fi to Ordo

Although inspired by the Thyrsus Sun Guard belt spats, kamas were more traditionally associated with Mandalorian warriors. ARC troopers, along with the clone commanders later, popularized this flexible anti-blast armor. Republic leadership was reluctant to allow widespread use of the potentially controversial symbol until it was pointed out that the kama was also worn by indigenous Republic fighters of Rotas V.[1]

The sturdy leather kama was often derided as a "skirt" by the regular army. The ARC troopers found this criticism spurious in light of the kama's practicality as protection against crippling injury from low-flying shrapnel and debris on chaotic battlefields. Clone jet troopers also instituted kama as a way of protecting the legs against jetpack downwash.

Kamas were used primarily by ARC troopers, not only for protection, but as a symbol of rank; most high-ranking or elite clone troopers wore them to signify their high rank.

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