As with every World of Warcraft expansion, there’s several new factions you’ll be introduced to in your questing journey. Many of these new Mists of Pandaria factions grant you access to a tabard and mount upon reaching exalted status. Whether you’re going for the mounts, the Beloved title, or are simply trying to become exalted out of sheer obsession, these tips will help you cap out your reputation as quickly as possible!
Leading The Cavalry and Mountain O’ Mounts require you to obtain 50 and 100 mounts, respectively. Collecting 50 mounts isn’t too difficult for a character at the level cap, but 100 will certainly take a lot of dedication. Here’s a checklist of the mounts you can collect to obtain these two achievements in World of Warcraft. For more expensive mounts, vendor prices (not including reputation discounts and guild perk discounts) are also included. Only alliance faction mounts are included in this guide; the horde factions work similarly.
Many factions in World of Warcraft have a tabard that you can wear to gain additional reputation with that faction. If you enjoy running 5-man dungeons, wearing one of these tabards is a smart way to get to achieve exalted reputation as quickly as possible. The following is a simple guide to all of the factions that allow you to gain reputation with their tabard, and where to find their respective quartermasters.
With the release of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, Blizzard increased the number of reputations required for The Exalted title and respective achievement from 40 to 50. Raising 55 reputations to exalted among guildies who are exalted with their guild will earn your guild the United Nations guild achievement, unlocking access to a Dark Phoenix Hatchling pet from the guild vendor. Here’s a list of the 55 easiest factions to become exalted with to earn these achievements!
Defeating 5-man dungeon bosses (both regular and heroic) with guild dungeon groups is a great way to boost your guild reputation and gain XP for your guild, which will speed up access to more guild perks. The first 7 dungeons that you complete in a level-appropriate guild group each week will also generate gold for your guild bank. If you’re looking to run dungeons with as many guildies as possible, here are a few tips for getting a group started.
Raising your guild reputation gives you access to many items from the guild vendor, and helps you complete many guild achievements. While gaining guild reputation at lower levels is still painfully slow, using the bind-on-account guild tabards from the guild vendor can still get you exalted with your guild twice as fast no matter what your level.
Whether you’ve just joined a new guild, or are looking to raise your reputation with your current guild, earning guild reputation is a simple process. Guild reputation can be earned from completing quests, winning rated battlegrounds in a guild group, and defeating dungeon and raid bosses in a guild group. Here are a few tips for earning your weekly cap of 4,375 guild reputation without too much trouble.
Daily quests are an incredibly easy way to make gold and work toward achievements. In World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, daily quests are available in several quest hubs: Firelands daily quests, Tol Barad, Therazane, and a few other factions. If you’re exalted with all of the Cataclysm factions – or are just looking for an easier, less traveled route for making more gold – here are some older daily quest hubs worth paying a visit to!
In World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, Guilds can now gain experience and level up to a maximum level of 25. Each level provides new benefits to the guild such as bonuses to honor, experience, and reputation gains. Your character will gain reputation with your guild as well. Gaining guild experience and reputation with your guild are done simultaneously in three ways: