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Mechagnomes & Vulpera Unlock Requirements in Patch 8.3

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Blizzard today confirmed a new set of Allied Races coming in Patch 8.3. The Alliance will be able to recruit Mechagnomes and the Vulpera will finally join the ranks of the Horde in Visions of N'Zoth.

In January, we speculated about Mechagnomes and the Vulpera as the next Allied Races that would be added to the game and it turns out we weren't far from the truth. Blizzard today confirmed both Allied Races would be included in the forthcoming Patch 8.3 content update.

Check out the official preview of Mechagnomes and the Vulpera!

Mechagnomes Unlock Requirements

In order to recruit Mechagnomes in Patch 8.3, Alliance players will need to reach Exalted reputation standing with Rustbolt Resistance (Rustbolt Rebellion Rustbolt Rebellion) and earn the The Mechagonian Threat The Mechagonian Threat achievement.

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Vulpera Unlock Requirements

You must reach Exalted reputation standing with the Voldunai (The Voldunai The Voldunai) to unlock the Vulpera in Patch 8.3 and earn the Secrets in the Sands Secrets in the Sands achievement. We've previewed all their customization options in this post.

Are you looking forward to the new Allied Races? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Mechagnomes looked more like customisation option for Gnomes, similar to Night Elves' dark eyes. They are just Gnomes with some mechanical parts, not much to consider them a separate race, other than living in a different location than other Gnomes. I think term allied races has been very inaccurate from the beginning, they should have called it something like allied factions and nations.

As for Vulpera... They shall burn! 

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18 minutes ago, Spykie said:

Does this mean i gotta grind rustbolt with my ally aswell only my horde has exalted?
 

You didnt have to with Nigthborn and Highmountain.

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25 minutes ago, Spykie said:

Does this mean i gotta grind rustbolt with my ally aswell only my horde has exalted?
 

Nope the others only require one character to be exalted and complete the storyline to unlock it

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38 minutes ago, Koxsos said:

The rep requirement is somewhat asymmetrical. 

They already did with the Nightborne and Highmountain being reps and achievements of Legion 7.0 and Lightforged and Void elves being the argus rep, added in 7.3

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Now for the fun part: Waiting to see what their racials are and how "balanced" they'll be.    To be fair, they nerfed the Zandalari troll one enough so it's only an issue in PVP.    We'll have to see here.

Also curious how they'll handle the Vulpera "lore" for starting out and whatnot.    It's been utter trash so far, with the (sorta but not really redacted) purge squads being sent by the Alt-Light forces of Anduin Wrynn to commit genocide.   How dare they lend a hand to that group of horde and zandalari that got lost in the desert that one time.

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On 10/7/2019 at 10:32 PM, Arcling said:

Mechagnomes looked more like customisation option for Gnomes, similar to Night Elves' dark eyes. They are just Gnomes with some mechanical parts, not much to consider them a separate race, other than living in a different location than other Gnomes. I think term allied races has been very inaccurate from the beginning, they should have called it something like allied factions and nations.

As for Vulpera... They shall burn! 

You have a good point here. Imagine us calling people in Europe or America different races, just because they live far from one another.

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