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The Nightfallen

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This thread is for comments about our Nightfallen reputation guide.

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From what I can tell, grinding out reputation may take longer than 2-4 weeks for the average player. There are very little ways to get the rep and they will only give minimal rep themselves.

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4 hours ago, Guest Sviria said:

From what I can tell, grinding out reputation may take longer than 2-4 weeks for the average player. There are very little ways to get the rep and they will only give minimal rep themselves.

This will be updated shortly due to changes in the appearance of world quests!

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12 minutes ago, Guest Boog said:

Correct me if I missed it, but it would appear that you missed Leylines which give 75 rep for each one that you complete.

I'll add full locations/maps under the story/WQ part of the guide to clarify them as a separate quest. Thanks!

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20 hours ago, Guest Nyn said:

Is the Quartermaster correct? It looks like you have the Wardens QM here instead of the Nightfallen QM.

Thanks for that. It looks like an error when moving the guide across, the first parts have the correct QM, but the rewards part is wrong. Will fix ASAP, thanks!

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Hi. Just tried running Arcway, and I did not get any reputation whatsoever. I'm currently revered. Maybe that plays into it?

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13 hours ago, Guest Daxos said:

Hi. Just tried running Arcway, and I did not get any reputation whatsoever. I'm currently revered. Maybe that plays into it?

Hi guys. 

I'm receiving so many mixed reports on this and I need to look into it and double check the impact different rep levels might have, whether there might be a weekly lockout on the rep, etc.

I'll report back and let you know.

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On 10/4/2016 at 7:29 AM, Blainie said:

Hi guys. 

I'm receiving so many mixed reports on this and I need to look into it and double check the impact different rep levels might have, whether there might be a weekly lockout on the rep, etc.

I'll report back and let you know.

 

 

CoS and Arcway do not give rep on Mythic difficulty. Maybe M+?

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14 hours ago, Guest Armalucis said:

CoS and Arcway do not give rep on Mythic difficulty. Maybe M+?

It looks like the reputation gain was removed from the Mythic-only dungeons, but was present when they were doable on other difficulties, I'm going to check M+ today and then update. 

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19 hours ago, Archimage said:

Rep gains are only applicable during the Legion Dungeon Bonus Event?

I mean, I used dungeons to farm my Valarjar rep up without a bonus event, so maybe it's only applicable to NF during the event, but others you can farm at any time.

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1 hour ago, Guest Kevazar said:

The Scroll of Elundrius is for the Artifact questline, a one time purchase of roughly 38 gold

Will get it added, thanks :)

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Just ran Arcway and Court of Stars. No reputation gains at honored. If there was a dungeon reputation feature, it has been removed behind the scenes.

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I ran the Arc Way and received rep ONLY at the completion of it. I received the normal amount but also got the bonus for Darkmoon Faire buff 'Weee' for a total of 550. 

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On 28/04/2017 at 7:33 PM, Guest Lowenfell said:

Just ran Arcway and Court of Stars. No reputation gains at honored. If there was a dungeon reputation feature, it has been removed behind the scenes.

It has been changed multiple times now, from rewarding from every mob, to every boss, to certain bosses, to dungeon completion. I believe it is currently just at completion of certain dungeons.

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On 07/07/2017 at 0:00 AM, Guest Shytwhiskers said:

I ran the Arc Way and received rep ONLY at the completion of it. I received the normal amount but also got the bonus for Darkmoon Faire buff 'Weee' for a total of 550. 

Thanks for sharing! It gets changed a lot, so seeing more confirmation of what is actually correct is always useful for updating. :)

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I just ran Mythic Arcway and Court of the Stars and I did not get any rep. Its really weird how this keeps happening.

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On 03/02/2018 at 12:27 PM, Guest Faelystiri said:

I just ran Mythic Arcway and Court of the Stars and I did not get any rep. Its really weird how this keeps happening.

I removed the mention of reputation from dungeons, since it seems it does not reward it from any difficulty in 7.3.5 - it only rewards it when a world quest is present or you are doing the quest in the storyline for Suramar.

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