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How to Unlock Kul Tiran Humans and Zandalari Trolls

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Game Director Ion Hazzikostas today unveiled how to unlock the new Allied Races in Patch 8.1. 

In the events following the Siege of Zuldazar, the bond between our new allies and factions will truly be forged and that's when their are going to join their respective factions.

First, you need to be Exalted with Proudmoore Admiralty (Alliance) or The Zandalari Empire (Horde). The second requirement is to complete the War Campaign.

Allied Race Unlock Requirements
Kul Tiran Humans [Detailed Preview] Exalted with Proudmoore AdmiraltyReady for WarReady for War
Zandalari Trolls Exalted with The Zandalari EmpireReady for WarReady for War

Unlocking said Allied races is not going to happen until after the raid. The goal is to have Patch 8.1 up on PTR by the end of the week. You can find our recap of the livestream here.

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9 minutes ago, Lamorak said:

The good news is that you don't need to grind new reps to Exalted

But just few sentences later

First, you need to be Exalted with Proudmoore Admiralty

New meaning 8.1 factions. I've updated the article. Thanks for your input ?.

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5 hours ago, Stan said:

In the events following the Siege of Zuldazar, the bond between our new allies and factions will truly be forged and that's when their are going to join their respective factions.

Psssst, Stan. I believe you meant they’re going to join their respective factions. 

 

*Fades back into the dark night*

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3 hours ago, krapmyself said:

wow, no new rep requirements for the allied races. Fingers crossed until they break, i hope Ztrolls can be paladins...

They cant. It were sayd before and hat to do with loa Rezan (bc he is dead, Zandalari cant be paladins anymore). Or so i heard. If some1 have the info, pls, share :)

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10 hours ago, Perak said:

They cant. It were sayd before and hat to do with loa Rezan (bc he is dead, Zandalari cant be paladins anymore). Or so i heard. If some1 have the info, pls, share ?

Yes, they can't since Rezan is dead, though it wasn't made clear if they were actual counterpart to paladins or some other, yet similar, type of holy warrior (various abilities often get reused on mobs). Still, even if they were actual paladins, it's rather strange, because Zandalari can also be priests, and they didn't lose them. Power may come from different sources, they could always find alternative, like Blood Elves could lend them aid, they have Sunwell after all, Tauren could teach them their ways etc. So plenty of lore reasons to not lose that option!

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12 hours ago, Perak said:

They cant. It were sayd before and hat to do with loa Rezan (bc he is dead, Zandalari cant be paladins anymore). Or so i heard. If some1 have the info, pls, share ?

Info here (that's a wowhead link, unsure if linking to other sites is kosher here, apologies if not). Basically with Rezan dead, the source of power for the Prelates is gone. However, there could easily be a new light Loa elevated in his place. Some people have floated the idea that Vol'Jin might become the new Loa of Kings, whenever we find his soul. I don't know how likely that is but it's a fun theory. I don't know how that works with other Zandalari who also presumably drew upon Rezan's light: Zandalari priests, Talanji's power, etc.

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Damn. so which race is getting paladins? we only have two paladin races while alliance has 3 (maybe 4 if kul tirans get shamans too!) shaman races.

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