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Do you get the reputation from dungeons when you do them "normal" or "heroic"?

Because I went in both Black Rook Hold and Darkheart Thicket (normal and heroic) and didn't get any Reputation. It also didn't matter if I selected the dungeons specifically through the tool or got random in there.

Am I doing something wrong?? :(

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On 9/25/2016 at 10:41 AM, Guest Druid said:

Am I doing something wrong?? :(

I'll test this again today, but you should be getting the reputation. Enable a reputation experience bar and check what reputation you have at the start of the run. When the last boss dies, see if it has increased.

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On September 25, 2016 at 2:41 AM, Guest Druid said:

Do you get the reputation from dungeons when you do them "normal" or "heroic"?

Because I went in both Black Rook Hold and Darkheart Thicket (normal and heroic) and didn't get any Reputation. It also didn't matter if I selected the dungeons specifically through the tool or got random in there.

Am I doing something wrong?? :(

Confirmed, I'm 15 rep off Revered and out of everything else, so I ran reg BRH, reg DHT, H BRH, and H DHT trying to get that last 15 rep, none of them worked. I have to wait until more world quests show up to get 15 rep >.<

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19 hours ago, Guest Amon said:

Confirmed, I'm 15 rep off Revered and out of everything else, so I ran reg BRH, reg DHT, H BRH, and H DHT trying to get that last 15 rep, none of them worked. I have to wait until more world quests show up to get 15 rep >.<

This seems to be cropping up more and more. I need to double check what impact the different rep levels might have on the reputation gain. Thanks for letting me know.

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On 31/12/2017 at 6:21 PM, Guest DUBIOUS GOAT said:

Also having the same issue, not getting any rep for completing DHT 

It seems to come from specific bosses or mobs within dungeons. For example, the worm boss gives rep for Highmountain in Nelth's Lair. 

I'm going to run the dungeons and see which one/if one gives rep for DHT.

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