The Renown system is making a return in Dragonflight, albeit in a modified, friendlier form.
Reputation is a major mechanic in World of Warcraft, representing how various factions in the game feel about your character and their actions.
While playing on my Monk the other day, I saw another leather-wearing player rocking some really nice-looking pants.
You’ll be able to get an infinite Augment Rune and lots of other cool stuff from Enlightened reputation in patch 9.2
A recurring stat-boosting item that appeared in every expansion from Mists of Pandaria and Legion will make its return in Shadowlands patch 9.2.
Relics are a thing of the past.
As we move forward into patch 9.1 of Shadowlands, we'll advance further into the land of death — and appropriately, one of the two new factions we'll encounter is Death's Advance.
I think that Shadowlands, with its focus on the Renown system and Covenants, really made me aware of reputation in World of Warcraft and how stifling it can be.
Now, to be fair, as the Wowhead article points out, Pilgrim's Bounty only gives a slight buff to your overall reputation gains, but every little bit counts.
Blizzard has been tinkering with reputation bonuses throughout the past few months, with the Impressive Influencer buff allowing players to work on Legion and Battle for Azeroth reputations.
I've been doing a lot of rep grinding in World of Warcraft this month trying to get that Rustbolt reputation up, because I'm really tired of having to ride a land mount everywhere while everyone else swoops in and kills that mob I needed for that last World Quest.