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Factions in Mists of Pandaria

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Posted September 30, 2012 by Leeroy Jenkins in Editorials
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Mists of Pandaria has been a major hit and Blizzard has brought back some good old fashioned faction, reputation grinding in the new expansion. Leveling to level ninety is still a feat that most of the players in the game are trying to accomplish and when they get there, that just means they are done with the first chapter of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria. Leveling through some of the scenery and completing some of the rather difficult quests and challenges that have been laid out for players is proving to be much better than the negative fan base thought and now they are seeing the craziness coming in at level 90.

So one of the first things to start doing when you hit max level is getting established with all of the factions that run Pandaria and a couple of those factions are the Tillers, the Shado Pan, the Cloud Serpents, and the Huojin. These factions all provide different things for your character and when you hit ninety, you begin that old grind for these factions just like back in The Burning Crusade expansion years ago. Now this grind is great because it makes the player feel like they have something to do and they aren’t just logging on to Mists of Pandaria because they pay a monthly fee to play. The Tillers have a lot to do with farming (not gathering, but actually managing your own farm), and the Cloud Serpents are all about obtaining mounts that are able to fly and do different things that others can’t in the crazy island of Pandaria.

Without giving too much information away for those that have not hit level ninety yet, it can easily be said that doing the dailies and quests for reputation with factions is worth it and make sure to keep up with it. It’s a whole new game out there and Blizzard is encouraging players to show them what they’re made of in this World of Warcraft expansion, so keep grinding guys!


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