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New Patch 8.3 Factions: Rajani & Uldum Accord Overview

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Uldum and Vale of Eternal Blossoms will be periodically under assaults by N'Zoth's forces in Patch 8.3 and we'll help the Ramkahen (Uldum Accord) and Mogu (Rajani) repel the looming threat.

Check out our Patch 8.3 Hub to learn more about Visions of N'Zoth coming early next year!

Both factions count toward the 100 Exalted Reputations 100 Exalted Reputations achievement.

Rajani (Faction)

The faction resides in Mistfall Village (Vale of Eternal Blossoms) and you will get to know them through the 8.3 Magni Questline.

Increasing Reputation with Rajani

You can increase your reputation standing with the Rajani by completing Assault Quests (marked as blue exclamation mark icons on the map) in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms which grant you 75 reputation each. The main Assault Quest in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms grants you 1,500 reputation with the Rajani.

We also datamined insignias which grant you 250 reputation with the Rajani each, likely from the new Missions.

Rajani Quartermater

Zhang Ku (Rajani Provisioner), the faction's quartermaster, can be found in The Silent Sanctuary (44, 75) and offers the following items:

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Rajani Warserpent

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Windfeather Quill

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Rajani Tabard

Reputation Paragon

For each 10,000 reputation beyond Exalted, you'll receive Rajani Supplies Rajani Supplies which have a chance to contain Jade Defender Jade Defender (Battle Pet).

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Jade Defender

Uldum Accord (Faction)

The faction is comprised of the Ramkahen and resides in Ramkahen (Uldum). They fight back the Amatheth who want to destroy N'Zoth by planet re-origination. You will be introduced to the faction as part of the 8.3 Magni Questline.

Increasing Reputation with Uldum Accord

You can increase your reputation standing with the Uldum Accord by completing Assault Quests (marked as blue exclamation mark icons on the map) in Uldum. Each grants you 75 reputation with the faction. The main Assault Quest in Uldum grants you 1,500 reputation with the Uldum Accord.

We also datamined insignias which grant you 250 reputation with the Uldum Accord each, likely from the new Missions.

Uldum Accord Quartermaster

Provisioner Qorra can be found at the Seat of Ramkahen (55, 33) and offers the following items:

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Uldum Accord Tabard

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Pygmy Camel

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Wastewander Skyterror

Reputation Paragon

For each 10,000 reputation beyond Exalted, you'll receive Uldum Accord Supplies Uldum Accord Supplies which have a chance to contain Cursed Dune Watcher Cursed Dune Watcher (Battle Pet).

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Cursed Dune Watcher

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So finally we're going to meet a friendly (and looks like the only one) group of Mogu. Good to see Ramkahen back as well, at least they haven't been forgotten.

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2 minutes ago, mtmf said:

Is this correct? Completing quests in each zone gives reputation with the other faction? Doesn't make much sense.

Thanks, fixed the OP. Rajani is in the Vale and Uldum Accord in Uldum ?.

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3 hours ago, dartbodman said:

I'm kind of all factioned out

i feel ya thkfully all the offer looks pretty sub par mounts r nothing speical and essences from what ive seen looks like they will sim low as hell unless ur stack corrupted gear u wont need em 

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Are these gonna be required for Pathfinder as well, because for me, it's already a slow process as it is. I know they're in flying-capable zones, but if people have to do them for Pathfinder, Blizzard really is full of idiots.

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11 hours ago, KomodoDragoon said:

Are these gonna be required for Pathfinder as well, because for me, it's already a slow process as it is. I know they're in flying-capable zones, but if people have to do them for Pathfinder, Blizzard really is full of idiots.

What are you talking about, Blizzard has never, ever, expanded Pathfinder requirements to new reputations introduced after the achievement was made and it won't happen here either.

Besides, since you will be fighting these 8.3 battles in old world zones, in all likelihood you can fly there already. No worries ? 

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21 minutes ago, Seksi said:

What are you talking about, Blizzard has never, ever, expanded Pathfinder requirements to new reputations introduced after the achievement was made and it won't happen here either.

I hope you're right. It doesn't come up on the Achievements tab, but when I set Pathfinder, Part 2 to track, it said I had to get the 8.2 reps to Revered also. I'm hoping that's just a bug, but if it's not, it was poor planning.

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