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Reach Exalted with Sons of Hodir Fast

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You can go from Hated to Exalted with the Sons of Hodir just by completing the intro quest this week on live servers. The faction offers multi-seater mammoths at Revered and Exalted that you can add to your collection!

If you're working on collecting 500 mounts for Otterworldly Ottuk Carrier Otterworldly Ottuk Carrier, you can add 2 mounts to your collection.

Reputation Buff

Wrath Timewalking is available until January 16 and the event comes with the Sign of the Scourge Sign of the Scourge buff that increases Wrath of the Lich King reputation gains from combat and quests by 50%.

On top of that, you can further increase your reputation by another 10% with the Darkmoon Faire buff.

Humans will receive another 10% from the Diplomacy Diplomacy racial.

With all the reputation bonuses nicely stacked up, you won't need to grind Relic of Ulduar Relic of Ulduar for additional reputation with the Sons of Hodir.

How to Reach Exalted with the Sons of Hodir?

A total of 84,000 reputation is required to go from Hated to Exaltedand the "Mending Fences" and "A Spark of Hope" will give you 28,600 reputation each, which at that point, will be enough rep (85,800) to reach Exalted.

You can start the Sons of Hodir intro quest by going to K3 in Storm Peaks and talking to Gretchen Fizzlespark who offers the "They Took Our Men!" quest. We've highlighted the exact location on the map below.

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Mammoth Mounts

Why would you want to grind Sons of Hodir rep that's multiple expansions old? The answer is multi-passenger mammoth mounts! 

You can buy Reins of the Ice Mammoth Reins of the Ice Mammoth (Alliance) / Reins of the Ice Mammoth Reins of the Ice Mammoth (Horde) for 1,000 Gold at Revered and Reins of the Grand Ice Mammoth Reins of the Grand Ice Mammoth (Alliance) / Reins of the Grand Ice Mammoth Reins of the Grand Ice Mammoth (Horde) for 10,000 Gold at Exalted with the Sons of Hodir. Reputation discounts apply.

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