Reputation is a major mechanic in World of Warcraft, representing how various factions in the game feel about your character and their actions.
During the Lore Watch podcast recording this week Joe Perez and I got to talking about the factions due to an email question.
I wonder about this one fairly constantly, because I used to play both factions a lot more than I do now.
It's been a defining characteristic of the game since it launched in 2004, and it's the driving conflict that provides the narrative engine for Battle for Azeroth, the game's latest expansion.
This BlizzCon, our delightful Dan O'Halloran and malefic Mitch "Mitch" Mitchell sat down with Blizzard's Alex Afrasiabi (World of Warcraft's Senior Creative Director) and Patrick Dawson (Technical Director) and chatted about World of Warcraft.
Some of us (okay, me) spend a lot of time decrying the effect of the Horde vs.
Lately I've been thinking about going Horde so I can play a Tauren.
This point is usually the time when I take a minute to sit back and fill all the gaps in my battle pet collection. While there are many Draenor battle pets that are rather obvious grabs while you're out exploring, there are some that aren't quite as easy to stumble across. Here are a few pets you may have missed.
I decided I wanted to get my Sha'tar Defense reputation up as fast as I could, because I'm a transmog junkie and I main a draenei, so I wanted to get that sweet Sha'tar Defense Plate set for him.