WoW Shadowlands keeps on giving the good stuff
With the recent patch that brought us so many new Customization options and changes to how WoW Shadowlands Allied Races are unlocked, it is hard to keep ourselves from going and unlocking all of them. Here's precisely what's changed on this front. The only and the most significant point of change to unlocking these Allied Races is the removal of reputation. All it is now are simply achievements. So let's go over all of them and see what you'll need to do to unlock a specific race. Mind you, the fastest way of unlocking remains to be our WoW Shadowlands boost. So, let's start with Kul Tiran. This human race actually requires you to get two achievements. One is for their main story questline for Alliance, and the other one is for 8.1.5 wаr cаmpаign achievement. It is highly unlikely that these requirements are going to change in Shadowlands, so take notes now. Moving on to Void Elf and Lightforged Draenei. If you haven't done these by this point, it's a bit of a pain, but you have to do You Are Now Prepared, which is the story of Argus that takes place in three zones. The Dark Iron Dwarf and Mag'har Orc are simpler compared to the previous duo. These are unlocked through the 8.0 war cаmpаign, which many of you have already probably completed.
Shadowlands Allied Races – gotta catch 'em all!
When you buy the Zandalari Troll boost, here's you'll get: it's the Zandalar storyline of all the zones and the same 8.1.5 wаr campаign. The next stop is the Mechagnome, the most popular Allied Race that ever existed. This one is also pretty simple. All you have to do is get the Mеchаgоnian Thrеаt. This could be done by players from both factions. Once you have that done, you can just jump on a high lvl alliance character and add these little Iron Mans to your account. Very simple. For Highmountain Tauren, it's the Ain't No Mountain High Enough achievement, which is also the name of a popular soul song. A coincidence? Anyway, that's just about completing their storyline quests, which can also be done on chars from both factions. The Nightborne want you to do the Suramar campaign to make them fight for the Horde’s side. If you're already tired from reading about all these storyline quests and your quest log is already bursting from the list of pending "adventures," then simply buy Vulpera boost. These little furries don't offer anything special in terms of the way of unlocking their race, so it may be not worth spending your own time on it. Some people are confused about the Allied Race Heritage Armor with the level squish that happened even before Shadowlands. Obviously, in BfA, the level is 110, which is the Legion level cap. The Legion cap in pre-patch is 45, so there's your answer.
With all that being said, you have to admit that even though the requirements for unlocking Allied Races are still somewhat grindy, removing the reputation requirement is a much-welcome change. And if you're waiting for Warcraft Shadowlands just as much as we do, do keep checking the updates on Lfcarry because we won't be shifting our focus from this game anytime soon. And if you want to experience Azeroth from the perspective of an anthropomorphic little fox, then you're very much welcomed at lfcarry.com to get your sweet boost!