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Mists of Pandaria Timewalking offers a relatively easy way to get yourself a water strider mount.

It's Mists of Pandaria Timewalking week and Mistweaver Xia (Timewalking Vendor) located on Timeless Isle (43, 56) sells Commendation of The AnglersCommendation of The Anglers for 50 Timewarped Badges each that increase your reputation with The Anglers by 300. According to redditor MCPanda6969, you'll need under 4,000 Timewarped Badges to reach Exalted.

It's important to visit Nat Pagle (68, 43) in Krasarang Wilds at Revered with the faction to purchase Grand Commendation of the AnglersGrand Commendation of the Anglers that increases reputation gains with the faction by 100%. Then, continue using Commendation of The AnglersCommendation of The Anglers until you reach Exalted.

Reins of the Azure Water StriderReins of the Azure Water Strider can be purchased from Nat Pagle for 5,000 gold. The mount is really valuable, because it has water walking and with flying not enabled in Battle for Azeroth yet, it makes moving around a lot easier.

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Instantly linked this to my boyfriend who has been whining for ages about there not being any water walking mounts available for those who don't have the patience for fishing.. XD 

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You need a total of 105 Commendation of The Anglers. 70 to reverd and 35 to exalted after you bought the 100% rep bonus. It will cost 5250 Timewarped Badge. Most effective way to get 5250 is if you have alot of alts over 90. If you do one timewalking on 10 alts you should get around 5000+ (500 each quest + from bosses) and then you can buy 10 Commendation of The Anglers on each char and mail them to the char you pref to get exatled on for example a human that get 10% rep buff to make it cheaper. You chould also do some daileis if you unlocked the 100% rep buff and dont need alot of rep or without the buff.

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Really nice and really nice tips Geitebukken, thanks a lot! Going to do this ASAP this week, playing anything but a (water walking) shaman while doing BfA World Content has been really tedious so far!

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8 minutes ago, Geitebukken said:

You need a total of 105 Commendation of The Anglers. 70 to reverd and 35 to exalted after you bought the 100% rep bonus. It will cost 5250 Timewarped Badge. Most effective way to get 5250 is if you have alot of alts over 90. If you do one timewalking on 10 alts you should get around 5000+ (500 each quest + from bosses) and then you can buy 10 Commendation of The Anglers on each char and mail them to the char you pref to get exatled on for example a human that get 10% rep buff to make it cheaper. You chould also do some daileis if you unlocked the 100% rep buff and dont need alot of rep or without the buff.

Ahhh, thanks, this is a good idea. First, buy reputationtokens with alts, send it to main. Afterwards i do still have 1 character with many timewarped badge if there is a new mount comming :-).

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1 hour ago, Seksi said:

Really nice and really nice tips Geitebukken, thanks a lot! Going to do this ASAP this week, playing anything but a (water walking) shaman while doing BfA World Content has been really tedious so far!

You can add DK and BM hunter with Water Strider pet to that water walking list mate.

Cheers for the Topic!

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I posted this on "this week in wow" yesterday too, you need 96 tokens if a human with 10% rep boost, as tokens are BoA easy to farm and send to them. use 64, buy rep boost, use 32, done. 

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9 hours ago, Jekylla said:

Instantly linked this to my boyfriend who has been whining for ages about there not being any water walking mounts available for those who don't have the patience for fishing.. XD 

Your boyfriend doesn't have the patience to google things either apparently. The Anglers rep comes from daily quests of which 90% don't involve fishing.

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Think it should be noted, you need more than 4k badges.

you need 10 to get out of neutral 

20 for friendly

40 for honored 

and 35 for exalted.

105 x 50 = 5250.

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11 hours ago, Jekylla said:

Instantly linked this to my boyfriend who has been whining for ages about there not being any water walking mounts available for those who don't have the patience for fishing.. XD 

Just play Shaman or any other class with water walking too

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I would also add that once you hit revered you can get the seemingly-almost-as-fast-possibly-maybe-faster Anglers Fishing RaftAnglers Fishing Raft or, if you're a mage, the Bipsi's Bobbing BergBipsi's Bobbing Berg.  Assuming, of course, you're ok with spamming the jump key while you use it.  Those can tide you over on water walking until you hit exalted.

I know the berg can be cast from, but I have not tried on the raft.  It's also very useful when you have one of those underwater quests and need to eat food in the middle of the water -- albeit you have to get to the surface first.  Added bonus, you can fish shoreline pools without caring about what is wandering the shoreline interrupting fishing.

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