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10-02-2010 @ 4:22PM
That is awesome change for starting, questing people and RP people. I always felt that while leveling theres no need for rep other than discounts or "ambassador". It was just pointless. Now theres actually purpose, which is nice to reward you and have short term goals while leveling too.Question is: Is is possible to get exalted so fast you would use the cloaks at 35? I know many of us hit exalted at Tournament or ton of runecloth.. I know, ton of new quests but the amount might still feel same. And you have to remember theres other factions while leveling too: I found out nice amount of argent dawn and cenarion circle rep at LOW levels which replace possible "darnassus" rep etc.
10-02-2010 @ 4:31PM
I guess you need to be very thorough with the quests tho. But I guess this makes people to stay on one continent more, which is good and maybe bad. Good that they will stay on one place and feel the linear storyline and get rep. Bad is that if they want the cloaks they are "forced" to stay on one zone. Even tho we are not talking about epics here so I guess it does not matter so much. Still 35 seems bit too early.
10-02-2010 @ 4:59PM
I think it really depends on the faction and how many available quests they have. For example, I took a human to Darnassus at level 1, did only the night elf quests, and got exalted with them at level 33.But I took a night elf to Ironforge at level 1, ran out of dwarf quests much more quickly, turned in a lot of runecloth, scoured WoWhead for quests to raise that rep, and didn't hit exalted until level 55 or so.I'm hoping that, with all the new quests in Cataclysm, Blizzard has arranged things so that it's possible to hit exalted with your faction of choice if you stick with doing their quests. We shall see.
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