Reputation is one of the most important things in Age of Wushu. Reputation rewards you with better titles, allows you to access more mini-instances and enables you to learn some cool martial arts Jinghu skill sets. The following guide will inform you on how you can obtain Reputation quickly and efficiently.
There are a number of easy and fast ways to gain reputation:
Story Missions: The storyline missions that you receive in the beginning of the game are easy to do and give out a good amount of reputation. Make sure that you do all of these.
Quests: Ok, for this one, keep in mind that not all quests give you a lot of reputation. That said, as your reputation increases due to the story missions you will unlock certain unique quests that do give a lot of reputation rewards. Many of these are repeatable so you can grind them.
Forbidden Instances: These instances grant you the most amount of reputation. Twilight Village will grant you 1000 rep and Green Cloud Castle gives 10,000 rep. Higher levels of instances give more reputation.
Guild Wars: These events grant you a lot of reputation due to the tasks you perform during them. Go nuts about killing people, torching buildings, kidnapping maids and you should see your reputation spike pretty well. Any action you perform which helps advance or defend for your side will net you around 20-40 reputation points.
Hidden Quests: These quests only appear if your character is over 35,000 reputation. To find both quests, go to the Badu Stronghold from Louyang. North of the stronghold, (where the path curves on your map) you will find a Hunter guy dressed in blue. Then there will be a Woman dressed in a green kimono near one of the southernmost buildings on your map. Both of these give you a daily quest that grants a good amount of reputation.
Now the last secret is this. When you reach 29 on your second internal skill you will be able to run Peacock Villa. This pays out well over 240k reputation.
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