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Account-Wide Reputation Only Applies to War Within Factions at Patch 11.0 Launch

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Account-wide reputation will only apply to War Within factions when Patch 11.0 is released.

For those hoping that all reputations would be account-wide in Patch 11.0, we've got some bad news!

Blizzard's plan is to initially make only the War Within reputations account-wide in Warbands at the time of the expansion's launch. Legacy reputations from past expansions like Dragonflight and Shadowlands Renown will soon follow. As for other Legacy reputations, we have no ETA on when those will become account-wide.

Below is a screenshot from BlizzCon 2023, displaying Warbands along with an early version of the reputation user interface. Shoutout to MrGM for the screenshot.

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And thus drains a surprising amount of my enthusiasm for the system.

"Oh nice, I'll finally be able to finish up some of those reps I only have on characters I haven't played in years" was honestly one of the bigger selling points to me.

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Ok well then it follows 8 weeks later in the 11.0.5 patch. No big deal.

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Ion made effort to announce that it would only be War Within on release tbh. Don't really care for legacy reputations but this was stated quite clearly.

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It's understandable that it takes them a while to make everything account-wide, and I'm very thankful for this system as it's the one thing I've been yearning for for countless expansions now.

I just hope it won't take them longer than Midnight for it to catch back up to at least MoP or Warlords of Draenor

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So they basically lied to us for hype at blizzcon…fuckin weak dude

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