How to gain Cenarion Circle Rep
With the many rewards that the Cenarion Cricle rep provides at higher reputation levels, many players are currently farming Cenarion Circle reputation. There are several ways to gain reputation with this faction, which I will list down below. The easiest, and of course, most expensive way of doing it, is buying a massive amount of “Encrypted Twilight Text“, which can be turned in for 10 Reputation each, in bunches of 10. The Quest for this is provided by Bor Wildmane in the Cenarion Stronghold.
So, here is the order in which I have farmed my reputation up to exalted. I’ve found it to be quite efficient!
- First of all, it is important to mention that you can kill the Twilight Hammer Cultists in the camps in Silithus for 1 Reputation each, but only until you’re Honored. This is why I advise waiting until then with the regular quests.
- You want to farm these Cultists until you are Honored. Keep all the “Encrypted Twilight Text” you get until then, too, as it will get much harder after Honored. You can also do the summoning rituals for some extra reputation, which I will go into further below.
- Once you have reached Honored Reputation, you want to complete all the regular quests that grant Reputation. This includes some Maraudon Dungeon quests and quests in other zones, like the Western Plaguelands. Here is a list of all quests rewarding Cenarion Circle Reputation, just scroll past the Druid class quests.
- After completing all the reputation granting quests, the last thing you can do is turn in all your “Encrypted Twilight Text” that you gathered. You’ll most likely not be exalted yet, though. The only way from now on is to far more “Encrypted Twilight Text” and kill the summons until Exalted.
Summoning the Event Bosses – Cenarion Circle rep
All of the Twilight Hammer Cultists can drop pieces of a 3-part set, which is required to summon the mini bosses. The Bosses can be summoned by wearing this Set and using the different sizes of Wind Stones, scattered around the Twilight Hammer camps.
The Templars are the easiest ones to summon and to kill. They only require the player to wear the complete Twilight Trappings set and use a Lesser Wind Stone. The Templars are quite easy to kill, though 2 players are recommended for the fight. One killed, they grant some extra reputation, and since you will get the sets anyway from farming, you might as well do these. Some classes are even able to solo the Templars.
The Templars also drop an item called the “Abyssal Crest”. Three of these can be turned in together with a Large Brilliant Shard to obtain a “Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station”, which is required to summon the dukes. This turn in quest, Dukes of the Council, also grants 75 Reputation.
The dukes are similar to a regular dungeon fight, where a group of 5, including a tank and a healer, is recommended. In addition to the Twilight Trappings Set, these bosses also require the summoning player to wear a “Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station”, which can be acquired from the Templars. The Dukes can only be summoned at the (regular) Wind Stone. The Dukes drop “Abyssal Signets”, which are once again required for the next step, the Royals.
These are Raid Bosses for at least a 20 man party. They can drop some decent epic gear, as well as granting some extra reputation. In order to Summon these, one player needs a complete Twilight Trappings Set, a “Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station”, acquired through killing 3 Templars and turning in the quest. In addition the this, there is another quest called Lords of the Council, which requires 3 Abyssal Signets from the Dukes and 5 Large Brilliant Shards and rewards a “Twilight Cultist Ring of Lordship”. So, in order to summon one Royal, you need to kill a total of:
- 16 complete Twilight Trappings Sets
- Kill 12 Templars, make 4 “Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station”
- Kill 3 Dukes, make 1 “Twilight Cultist Ring of Lordship”
With these steps done, you should be left with 1 Set of Twilight Trappings. 1 Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station” and 1 “Twilight Cultist Ring of Lordship”. Use these Items at a Greater Wind Stone to summon one of the Royals.
Cenarion Circle Reputation Rewards
The Reputation rewards for the Cenarion Circle are all crafting recipes for Professions. These include Enchanting, Leatherworking, Blacksmithing and Tailoring. Many of these are for Nature Resistance gear, which will get quite important once Phase 5 gets released and people start running Ahn’Quiraj. Here is a complete list of the Recipe Rewards!