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1-23-2011 @ 4:01AM
Also another thing for people to be aware of, it SEEMS if you are max Rep with Alliance, you do NOT get reputation with the Elders. Which makes sense, right, because they grant 75 Alliance Rep. Except the problem is, many of us have exalted rep with the Alliance... and not with Gilneas. So unless they put a hotfix in to allow these elders to count for Gilneas, we're not getting that rep. Since the original quest says Stormwind Park too, we may see a fix on Tuesday for both issues. I'm not sure if the Horde are having the same issue with Horde Rep/Bilgewater. My Horde wasn't exalted with all the Horde so has some leniency still. It's not a huge problem, but just pointing it out for people like me who were hoping to use the holiday for a chance for easy Gilneas Reputation.
1-23-2011 @ 4:05AM
Replying to myself to add that a Horde friend who is doing the elders right now said Bilgewater is, in fact, not budging either despite them NOT being exalted with the Horde faction. So it seems our two new reps are out in the cold.
1-23-2011 @ 5:45AM
The rep isn't working for any of the factions. I'm on my new worgen, with ONLY exalted with Stormwind, and I'm stuck at 5999/6000 friendly with Exodar, Ironforge and Gnomeregan. It's kinda screwing us over rep wise.
1-23-2011 @ 12:57PM
My toon is max rep with all five vanilla/BC alliance factions, but only friendly with Gilneas - but i found her gilneas rep climbing with each elder last night. She got about halfway to honored by doing the Kalimdor elders.
1-23-2011 @ 2:00PM
Having the same problem on the Horde side with my Death Knight. He's only exalted with Undercity because I ran back to do all the lowbie quests.I'm not noticing the 25% spillover either, but not 100% sure that it's kicked in yet levelwise.I'm going to try the cooking daily to test this out. Seems like "Horde" (or Alliance) rep gains aren't going to all subfactions. Hmm.
1-23-2011 @ 2:16PM
Cooking is only Orgrimmar rep. Didn't remember correctly. Sorry.
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