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1-20-2011 @ 5:27PM
I don't understand what the blog poster means when he says "However, you can only advance your Baradin reputations while winning Tol Barad."That isn't true. You can advance Baradin reputation at any time, day or night, by doing the six freely-available dailies on Tol Barad Peninsula (the non-PVP northern zone). They have nothing to do with winning the battle for Tol Barad.
1-20-2011 @ 5:36PM
Sure, you can advance FASTER by winning TB (and thus opening up more daily quests), but 6x quests each day will move you along as well. And the iLvl 346 weapons are a great reason to do them.
1-20-2011 @ 6:03PM
Yeah I'm pretty sure that I gained about 1200 rep (human) earlier today while the Horde controlled Tol Barad, and I've never been part of a winning team so...
1-20-2011 @ 6:12PM
It is possible that this was written back during the beta or shortly before Cataclysm went live. Blizzard might've changed the way TB reputation worked just after the patch.While it isn't accurate today it might've been when the article was written.
1-20-2011 @ 6:07PM
Also, most of the items associated with the factions are pve-geared, not pvp. The Potions are the only thing I can think of that are pvp-oriented. So grind out that rep! Epic trink, 346 weapons, and the mounts make this the most worthwhile faction currently in-game! (IMO ofc)
1-21-2011 @ 10:57AM
"However, you can only fully advance your Baradin reputations while winning Tol Barad. Outside of those times, only a half-dozen or so quests are available." I don't see the problem?
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