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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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Port Hope
Ruled by: King Tibianus III (from Thais)
Population: 24
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Port Hope is a beautiful city in the jungle west of Ankrahmun. The city was at first settled by a few sailors who shipwrecked here when traveling from Venore to Thais, and is now inhabited with colonizers from all over the Tibian continent. Surrounded by the hostile jungle full of enemies and threats people have never seen before, the town is in constant need of valiant protectors and explorers. Hunters and adventurers alike meet here for their expeditions into the jungle and share the tales of their latest missions. For the junior hunter, in town there is a hole to a cave with minor monsters. It's partt of the Kingdom of Thais

Geographical Location: Here is Port Hope's geographical location, according to TibiaNews' dynamic map.

NPCs

Port Hope NPCs (24 NPCs)

Name Image:Trans.gif Job Buy/Sell Location
Angus Image:Angus.gif Local Representative of the Explorer Society yes Explorer Society in east of Port Hope, here.
Brengus Image:Brengus.gif Shopkeeper yes Port Hope depot, here on the 1st level.
Brewster Image:Brewster.gif Priest no Port Hope Temple, just west of the depot (here).
Charles Image:Charles.gif Ship Captain no West end of the city of Port Hope, here.
Clark Image:Clark.gif Guard Captain no Port Hope (here)
Clyde Image:Clyde.gif Food Shopkeeper yes Port Hope here
Ferks Image:Ferks.gif Banker no Port Hope depot, here on the 1st level.
Gail Image:Gail.gif Jewelry Shopkeeper yes North Port Hope, one level above depot, here.
Grizzly Adams Image:Grizzly Adams.gif Leader of the Paw and Fur society yes Port Hope, below river, just east of town.
Guide Tiko Image:Guide Tiko.gif Guide no Port Hope, near boat
Hairycles Image:Hairycles.gif Ape yes South-east Banuta (upstairs here)
Helor Image:Helor.gif Paladin Guild Leader yes Port Hope, West of depot (here)
Imbul Image:Imbul.gif Ferryman no West end of the city of Port Hope, here.
Lorek Image:Lorek.gif Ferryman no East end of the city of Port Hope, here.
Myra Image:Myra.gif Sorcerer Guild Leader yes Port Hope, here on 2nd level.
Old Adall Image:Old Adall.gif Ferryman no Centre of the city of Port Hope, just south of the depot, here.
Perod Image:Perod.gif Equipment Shopkeeper yes North Port Hope, here, two floors above depot.
Ray Image:Ray.gif Postman yes North Port Hope, just above the depot, here.
Rosemarie Image:Rosemarie.gif Dryad yes South-west of Port Hope, here.
Tandros Image:Tandros.gif Magic Shopkeeper yes Port Hope depot, here on the 2nd level.
The Blind Prophet Image:The Blind Prophet.gif Prophet no North-east Tiquanda, here.
Uso Image:Uso.gif Knight Guild Leader yes Port Hope Place (here) Under ground.
Ustan Image:Ustan.gif Druid Guild Leader yes Port Hope, west from Temple, above the food shop where Clyde is. (here)
Vescu Image:Vescu.gif Assassin no Tiquanda jungle, here.
Zaidal Image:Zaidal.gif Furniture Shopkeeper yes North Port Hope, two floors above depot, here.

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Introduction

Pharaonic Guardian (PGD) was the seventh English booster pack in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. It is comprised of the Japanese sets Pharaonic Guardian and The New Ruler. It contains a large number of Zombie-type cards and a set of cards called "Gravekeeper's", as well as the "once per turn you can flip this card into face-down Defense position" mechanics which allowed the reusing of flip effects. Highly sought after cards include Ring of Destruction, Don Zaloog, Nightmare Wheel, Spirit Reaper, Trap Dustshoot. and Mirage of Nightmare. This booster contains 2 Secret Rares, 10 Ultra Rares, 10 Super Rares, 17 Rares, and 69 Commons.

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Facts about Pharaonic GuardianRDF feed
English Set Names Pharaonic Guardian  +
Japanese Set Names ―王家の守護者―  +
OCG Cover Card Fushioh Richie  +, Book of Life  +, Book of Taiyou  +, Book of Moon  +, Ordeal of a Traveler  +, and Helpoemer  +
OCG Release Dates 21 March 2002  +
OCG Set Prefixes PH  +, and PGD  +
Set Pharaonic Guardian  +
Set Release OCG  +, and TCG  +
Set Type Booster Pack  +
TCG Cover Card Helpoemer  +
TCG Set Prefixes PGD  +

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