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.
There's a whole host of catch-up gear coming in patch 8.3, available through doing the quests in Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms as the forces of N'Zoth attack both regions.
This week is World Quest Bonus Event week, so it's the perfect time to grind out the rep you need in Nazjatar and Mechagon.
Every couple of months, I clean out my bank.
So, you decided on a character to play as your main in Battle for Azeroth, leveled that character, played it for a while for whatever reason — a bad childhood, a few too many blows to the skull, Stockholm Syndrome.
Mag'har Orcs and Dark Iron Dwarves are officially available as Allied Races...if you get access to them, that is.
If you're an avid collector, chances are you've already cleared out all the collection-based achievements in WoW so far.
Along with World Quests, Emissaries will be making a return in Battle for Azeroth -- with just a few small changes.