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4-02-2009 @ 9:33PM
@KakistocracyYou do NOT have to be exalted with a city to champion it, just to get the "of " title while you're championing it. The Champion dailies are a new way to gain rep with cities if you haven't already hit exalted with them all (plowing through lowbie quests for achievements & mount-access). So if you really don't want to go for Seeker or Loremaster by doing every quest you can find (which will also get you exalted with your faction cities), you can still run a bunch of daily quests at 80 to hit exalted so you can go round up all those mounts you couldn't buy before, and get a bunch of titles in the process. I think, currently, you can only gain rep with a city you're championing (or have already championed) since the quartermaster doesn't show you any goods unless you're a champion with them. If you're a gnome, and you've become champion of Gnomeregan, Darnassus, and Stormwind, you can take the Writ rewards from the dailies and turn 'em in to the Darn or SW quartermasters for a 250-rep token (like the regular daily dungeon rewards). You probably won't need to get any of those tokens from Gnomeregan, since you should be exalted with them by 80. So basically your first Champion role isn't about rep, it's just about a free title, getting familiar with the quests, and getting a pile of Champion Tokens in your currency tab to start saving up for your Argent Hippogryph or other AT goodies.
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