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6-29-2009 @ 6:19PM
I've found that doing the Turn-ins in Alterac Valley is a good way to get rep with all your base factions.
6-29-2009 @ 6:26PM
This is absolutely true... I was able to get exalted on everything but those pesky gnomes just through AV... however, this was before the addition of reinforcements (when a match lasted long enough to get the resources and turn in mass quantities of various stuff).Now, I can't even think of a match that would last long enough for me to gather enough stuff, zone back to the beginning, hand in quest, go back for more, etc. Don't get me wrong, I don't miss the old days, but it does limit the possiblities of AV being your one-stop shop for exaltation.
6-29-2009 @ 6:33PM
I personally find low-level quests the way to go.I had Ambassador at level 38 just because I've been going for Loremaster from the beginning.People kept asking me how the hell I did it, and I didn't understand why. I had gotten it without barely even trying.
AV enabled one guy from EU-Guldan (might be wrong??) to get Exalted with the Exodar during the time 2.0 was out, but the actual expansion wasn't... The Faction was in the game, but there was no real way to interact with them, so he got it via the AV turnins, I suppose...
6-29-2009 @ 7:03PM
This is what I do. You can gain quite a bit of rep with the "main" faction (Org for horde.. is it IF for Ally?) doing the AV turn ins and not too shabby residual rep with everyone else.
6-29-2009 @ 7:08PM
actually there's a trinket (i think it's an AV quest reward) that lets you port back to the beginning.
6-29-2009 @ 8:50PM
@Rodrigo: I know that in 2.0, blood elf NPC's with quests for Silvermoon City rep appeared in several Vanilla WoW towns (Kargath, Freewind Post, Stonard). I'm guessing that similar Exodar quests came in 2.0 as well, and he probably did all those plus the AV turn-ins.
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