Reputation is a major mechanic in World of Warcraft, representing how various factions in the game feel about your character and their actions.
I think at this point the Horde and Alliance need to exist as separate and somewhat adversarial entities in World of Warcraft.
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.
When we think of World of Warcraft, one of the main elements of the game that has helped to definite it is that it is, in great part, the story of two factions.
It’s a day ending in y, so let’s fight more about the conflict of the Alliance versus the Horde!
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.
For many players, the first thing they do is survey the mismatched set of greens and blues and that one legendary they didn't manage to replace even though it stopped working around 116.
Along with World Quests, Emissaries will be making a return in Battle for Azeroth -- with just a few small changes.
It's not really a secret that I play both factions -- I have alts on both sides of the faction fence, always have.