World of Warcraft Dragonflight Artisan’s Consortium reputation can be maxed out by profession swapping

Recently, I’ve been enjoying some World of Warcraft myself, and reputations are my primary objective. If you’re looking for a way to level up your reputation with the Artisan’s Consortium and fill out that mettle bar, why not try switching professions? It may surprise some people to find out that it doesn’t require extra work, and those in a rush may still be able to keep their knowledge points!

If you’re looking to get extra quests and rep with the Artisan’s Consortium, try profession swapping! You only need to level up the specialization levels once, as they remain permanent, while the profession starts from zero. Once taken and upgraded to skill rating of 25, you’ll get new profession quests and have the opportunity to gain extra knowledge and Artisan’s Consortium reputation.

Basically, what you need to do is:

  1. Keep your primary designated profession always.
  2. Drop the secondary profession and pick a new profession.
  3. Upgrade it to 25 skill points (level 50 if gathering profession). You will get both profession and crafting order quest.
  4. Complete the quests (you can hop on an alt and send a personal order to your main character, even on level 61).
  5. After you complete the quests, open your bags and use all the profession knowledge you got in your inventory.
  6. Go to specialization and apply all the knowledge points to your designated tree.
  7. Repeat from part 2 for all the professions after each weekly reset.

If you’re looking to build your reputation with the land’s profession masters, there is still an option! Though each profession requires at least 50 gold pieces to accept their quests and be granted reputability, even those on a tighter budget can get 375 rep per profession. So gather up that coin if it fits your financial plans – don’t let tight pockets keep you from being respected as one of them!

If you put in the hard work, this could be your golden ticket to maxing out the Artisan’s Consortium reputation! If not, it will take a bit longer. Generally, if you follow this, three weeks of dedicated effort should do the trick.

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Angel Kicevski

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