World of Warcraft Legion Guide: World Quest Bonus Event

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World of Warcraft: Legion’s first World Quest Bonus Event begins and players currently have the chance to earn a ton of resources, gold, reputation, and gear. Here’s how to get started.

Now that World of Warcraft: Legion has been live for a few weeks, plenty of MMO fans have easily reached the new 110 level cap and are busy maxing out item level scores to prepare for raiding in the Emerald Nightmare. Aside from completing 5-man dungeons, one of the fastest ways to increase iLVL scores in World of Warcraft is to complete World Quests, which unlock at level 110. This week players have even more incentive than usual to grind through the special Broken Isles quests.

This week marks the start of the special World Quest Bonus Event. Like most of WoW’s other events, this Legion-centric limited time opportunity will be available for just a few days before it rotates out. Reputation earned during the event is increased by 50% via the Sign of the Emissary, which means that it is a perfect opportunity gain Exalted with the new factions and complete some World Quest achievements with awesome rewards.


If you are fresh to max level (congrats), there are a couple things that you will need to take care of before getting started. To unlock World Quests, players need to reach Friendly reputation will all of the zones in The Broken Isles. This task happens pretty naturally while leveling through the new zones from 100-110, but many players need to do a little extra work in Suramar after hitting 110. We recommend setting your secondary experience bar to reputation while questing, so you can keep track of how close you are to friendly. Once this task is complete, players can visit Khadgar in Dalaran to accept the quest that unlocks World Quests.

To get started in the World Quest event players need to begin the The World Awaits quest. The quest can be picked up in Dalaran by Archmage Timear, but players should also be able to accept it through their Adventure Guide tab without visiting Dalaran. Once accepted, players can complete 20 World Quests throughout The Broken Isles to earn 5,000 Order Resources, which can be used to complete quests or upgrades at the Class Hall. Reputation will naturally rack up during these 20 quests thanks to the event bonus. Hitting exalted with each zone brings a bounty of rewards that include special toys, pets, and recipes.

With unconfirmed reports that there are 10 million subscribers playing Legion, it seems like WoW is back on track after a couple of rocky years. The MMO always sees a spike in activity after a new expansion launches, so it will be interesting to see how long players stay invested in Legion after hitting 110. The World Quests are certainly good motivation to log in, so things are off to a good start.

Will you be grinding out some gear, gold, and resources during the World Quest event? Let us know in the comments.

World of Warcraft: Legion is currently available on PC.