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Is there another way to gain reputation for Bilgewater Cartel besides farming heroic instances with a tabard? Waiting loops for random heroics always take 10-15min to find a group for a dd. Are there any quests with Reputation rewards?

Greets, Rito

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Here you go. Here is the list of all quests that award Bilgewater Cartel reputation. Also, here is a link to all comments from players related to Bilgewater Cartel. A few of them suggest ways to increase your reputations.

An Example: (Credit: Fabriciomind's WoWHead Comment)

You gain rep running RFC....

Some research...

  • XP/Kill: 3xp
  • Kills/Run: 161
  • XP/Run: 483
  • Time/Run: 360sec*

*This time was achieved with a mage(80). When all mobs are dead I teleport to Orgrimar. >This way I save all the time spent to get out of the instance.

-- Friendly >> Honored --

  • XP: 6000
  • Kills: 2000
  • Runs: 12,42
  • Time: 74,52min = 1h14min

-- Honored >> Revered --

  • XP: 12000
  • Kills: 4000
  • Runs: 24,84
  • Time: 149min = 2h29min

-- Revered >> Exalted --

  • XP: 21000
  • Kills: 7000
  • Runs: 43,47
  • Time: 260min = 4h33min

TOTALS:

  • Runs: 81
  • Time: 8h16min

Above example has been edited since the 4.0.3 patch was release.

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very interesting statistics and links. Thanks! –  Rito Dec 1 '10 at 10:06
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My answer doesn't involve quests, but lowbie vanilla WoW instances also give rep when wearing one of the faction tabards. This is likely the easiest way to get the rep.

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Rito knows about that already, as evidenced by the question. Zie's looking for alternatives. –  Raven Dreamer Dec 1 '10 at 2:07
    
In his question he states heroic instances, not lowbie instances. –  opedog Dec 14 '10 at 16:57
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