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4-11-2008 @ 9:31AM
I am a casual 70 about 2 days from exalted with the shattered sun. I was really looking foward to getting my healing alchemist stone trinket, then i realized I dont have the original alchemist's Stone recipe, you have to be revered with the shatar. I am honored about 10k away, and have done all the quests. I might have to get a little less casual and do a few dungeon runs to get revered with the shatar. I wish there were some daily non dungeon quests that gave Shatar rep!
4-11-2008 @ 9:47AM
You don't have to be reveared with Sha'tar to get it. Its a pre BC recipie. Its on the vendor so you don't have to go back I guess like the recipie for flask of chromatic resistance. If you don't have time to grind the rep, look up the recipie on wowhead or someplace and see where the old word place to get it is. ( Sorry its been so long I cant remember where it was)
4-11-2008 @ 9:45AM
Just a FYI, Anytime you turn in Marks of Sargares / Fel Armament (aldor) or the Sunfury Signets / Arcane Tome (scryer) you do get Sha'tar rep. Not a bunch, but it can make a big difference if you turn in a bunch to get exalted for your shoulder enchants.
4-11-2008 @ 10:14AM
sweetp, I believe you are thinking of the Philosopher's Stone. The recipe for this can be purchased in Gadgetzan. The Alchemist's Stone requires Revered with Sha'tar.
4-11-2008 @ 10:17AM
Keysdawg, turning in marks, signets, etc. will get your Sha'tar rep up to 1 point shy of honored. Rep gains with Sha'tar at this point must be done via quests and instances with mobs that give rep.
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