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Blizzard added new reputation rewards for the Winterpelt Furbolg faction in Patch 10.0.7.
In the forthcoming update, we can reach reputation beyond "Unfriendly" with the Winterpelt Furbolg located in the Azure Span and unlock some cool rewards. The first Patch 10.0.7 contains new faction rewards, which can be purchased from Kazzi, the faction's quartermaster.
Friendly Reputation Rewards
At Friendly, you can unlock food.
Big Chunk o' Meat Kaldorei Fruitcake Frozen Solid Tea Honored Reputation Rewards
Upon reaching Honored, you'll unlock Dragonriding Customization Options, a cloak, and a weapon.
Windborne Velocidrake: Exposed Finned Back Cliffside Wylderdrake: Plated Nose Renewed Proto-Drake: Stubby Snout Highland Drake: Sleek Horns Winter Pelt Cloak
Winterpelt Mending Totem
Revered Reputation Rewards
Reaching Revered unlocks the following rewards:
Cliffside Wylderdrake: Spiked Horns Highland Drake: Horned Chin Windborne Velocidrake: Spiked Neck Renewed Proto-Drake: Malevolent Horns Paw-Made Winterpelt Reagent Bag (34-slot reagent bag) Recipe: Firewater Sorbet (feast recipe) Snow Blanket (toy) Exalted Reputation Rewards
A battle pet and a toy that transforms you into a furbolg are available at Exalted.
Primal Stave of Claw and Fur (toy) Driftling (battle pet)
You can send Primal Chaos to alts on live servers.
Blizzard hotfixed a new item called Satchel of Coalescing Chaos to live servers. The cache costs 80 Primal Chaos and can be sent to alts to gain 60 Primal Chaos. You can buy it from Artisan's Consortium Quartermaster Rabul in Valdrakken.
Primal Chaos is used in Dragonflight to craft epic-quality gear and making it available to alts will definitely help with gearing up your characters.
There is no Catalyst charge catch-up in Dragonflight. If you haven't completed last week's Catalyst quest, you will be only granted 1 charge this week upon completing the weekly.
Many players wondered if they could catch up on Catalyst charges when they did not complete last week's Catalyst quest. Unfortunately, the answer here is no.
Completing the weekly quest will only grant you 1 Catalyst charge this week. However, the good news is all your alts will be given a charge when you complete the weekly quest on your main and all characters on your account can contribute to the weekly quest progress. Every character can accumulate a maximum of 6 charges.
This week, you can pick up the weekly Catalyst quest conveniently at the Great Vault in Valdrakken.
Blizzard have posted some new known issues regarding the Trading Post, after having re-enabled refunds earlier today.
Known Issues (Source)
There are some issues that have affected the Trading Post and we wanted to provide an update along with where we are at in resolving them.
We are aware of an issue where the completion credit for activities in the Traveler’s Log is occasionally resetting. We are actively working on addressing this issue and expect to have it resolved this week. Some players who complete the Traveler’s Log are not receiving the Ash’adar mount reward immediately in their chest at the Trading Post. We aim to have this resolved this week. Thank you for your patience.
We have a big change to Mythic+ rating gains for +21 keys, Vault improvements, as well as class, quest, PvP changes and some Wrath Classic action as well in today's solid batch of hotfixes!
February 1 (Source)
Evoker Fixed an issue where some Echoes could occasionally not be consumed by spell casts. Dungeons and Raids
Vault of the Incarnates Fixed an issue preventing players from returning to other areas of the raid when returning to an instance with Broodkeeper Diurna already defeated. Kalecgos now summons a portal that will return players to the raid entrance after Broodkeeper Diurna has been defeated. Mythic+ Completing a Mythic 21 or higher dungeon, but exceeding the target time, now awards Mythic+ Rating as if the dungeon were a Mythic 20. Developers’ note: We award partial Mythic Rating credit for untimed dungeons (up to 40% over the target time) to recognize the skill and effort involved, and to encourage groups to stick together even if it seems like they’re going to fall a bit short of the timer. But at the very high end of the system, we’ve heard feedback that sometimes the surest path to further incremental Rating increases lies in seeking out keys a group may have no hope of clearing within the timer. We don’t want to change the way the system works for the vast majority of players who are working their way towards new Valor upgrade tiers, or cosmetic unlocks, but past the Mythic 20 threshold, there are no further tangible rewards other than the leaderboards and eventual end-of-season competition for the Thundering Hero title. The goal of this change is thus to ensure that the way to climb the leaderboards and earn a title meant for the best Mythic+ players in the world is by successfully completing dungeons within the allotted time, without negatively impacting the majority of players using the system. When this change takes effect, some players who are just barely at 2400 rating, with some of that rating coming from untimed 21+ keys, may drop below 2400 and need to re-earn that Rating in order to continue to upgrade new items to Rank 13. Items and Rewards
Fixed an issue where certain item upgrade previews would display higher item levels than intended. Player versus Player
Druid Feral Fixed an issue that could cause Leader of the Pack to not always apply correctly to the character while in Cat Form. Mage Frost Fixed an issue where Snowdrift would inconsistently be applied on elevated terrain. Quests
Fixed an issue where Benthic gear could not be upgraded preventing the completion of “Create Your Own Strength.” System
Fixed an issue that caused performance decreases when using certain addons.
Wrath of the Lich King Classic
Items and Rewards Stormjewels are now correctly unique-equippable. The Blood of the Old God trinket now has the correct attack power value trigger in its tooltip.