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thats not a guide, its a list of things. not a single word about HOW you gain rep (avaliable questlines etc)

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      Pre-Patch (Source)
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      When: July 30 – August 26
      Where: Dalaran (hub), Dragonblight, Dustwallow Marsh, and Searing Gorge
      Currency: Residual Memories – Half forgotten memories can be glimpsed in the light playing across this iridescent powder.
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      The War Within goes live on August 26 at 3:00 pm PDT globally. Players who have purchased the Epic Edition of The War Within will take part in Early Access beginning August 22.
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