The Undying Army – Faction Overview, Rewards, and Reputation Guide

The Undying Army is a neutral faction in Shadowlands that players can earn reputation with to unlock the ability to purchase rewards. Based in Maldraxxus, The Undying Army is first encountered by players while leveling through the zone. Because The Undying Army has the strongest ties with the Necrolord Covenant, Necrolord players are able to purchase Covenant-exclusive rewards once they reach Exalted reputation.

Where are the Undying Army Quartermasters?

There are two quartermasters who sell reputation rewards for The Undying Army. The first is Dar Vattish in The Enclave in Oribos, located at the coordinates 47.83, 77.94. The second is Nalcorn Talsen at the Theater of Pain, located at the coordinates 50.76, 53.38. Both of the quartermasters sell the same reputation rewards, so pick whichever quartermaster is more convenient for you to visit.

The Undying Army Reputation Rewards

Dar Vattish and Nalcorn Talsen sell a number of different rewards depending upon your reputation level with The Undying Army.

ItemCostReputationNecrolord Only?
Animated Radius250 Polished Pet CharmsNoneNo
Pallid Stitched Gloves150g 60sHonoredNo
Fortified Jawcrackers155g 31sHonoredNo
Apprentice Necromancer’s Gloves155g 89sHonoredNo
Rattling Bonefists156g 46sHonoredNo
Schematic: Wormhole Generator: Shadowlands1,350gHonoredNo
Pattern: Shadowlace Cloak1,350gHonoredNo
Plans: Shadowsteel Pauldrons1,350gHonoredNo
Technique: Contract: The Undying Army1,765gReveredNo
Toenail250 Polished Pet CharmsReveredNo
Gnarled Boneloop199g 1sReveredNo
Barbarous Osteowings500gExaltedYes
Death Fetish500gExaltedYes
Illusion: Undying Spirit1,250gExaltedNo
Colors of the Undying Army250gExaltedNo
Lurid Bloodtusk30,000gExaltedNo
Robe of the March Warden302g 42sExaltedNo
Chestplate of the March Warden303g 59sExaltedNo
Chainmail of the March Warden304g 77sExaltedNo
Tunic of the March Warden321g 33sExaltedNo
Memory of the Rattle of the Maw1,100gExaltedNo

Necrolord-Only Undying Army Rewards

Players who are members of the Necrolord Covenant have access to two exclusive rewards from the Undying Army quartermasters Dar Vattish and Nalcorn Talsen: the Barbarous Osteowings and the Death Fetish. Both rewards are back slot transmog pieces and require that you’re a Necrolord Covenant player to use (you can’t purchase them on a Necrolord character and use them on a character who isn’t in the Necrolord Covenant).

Barbarous Osteowings

The Barbarous Osteowings are a Necrolord-only back transmog item. You can purchase them from The Undying Army quartermaster at Exalted reputation and use them on any other character you have that is also in the Necrolord Covenant.

Death Fetish

The Death Fetish is a Necrolord-only back transmog item. You can purchase them from The Undying Army quartermaster at Exalted reputation and use them on any other character you have that is also in the Necrolord Covenant.

The Undying Army Reputation Mounts

There are two mounts available through reputation for The Undying Army. One is purchasable at Exalted reputation, and the other is a random drop from The Undying Army’s Paragon Caches, Supplies of the Undying Army.

Lurid Bloodtusk

The Lurid Bloodtusk is a ground mount available for 30,000g from the Undying Army Quartermasters Dar Vattish and Nalcorn Talsen at Exalted reputation.

Colossal Slaughterclaw

The Colossal Slaughterwing mount is a random drop from the Undying Army’s Paragon Caches, Supplies of the Undying Army.

The Undying Army Reputation Pets

There are two pets available through reputation for The Undying Army: Toenail and Micromancer. One is purchasable at Revered reputation, and the other is only available as a random drop from The Undying Army’s Paragon Caches, Supplies of the Undying Army.

There is also an additional pet that gets an honorable mention here. Carpal is a battle pet you can create by combining the Animated Radius you can purchase from The Undying Army quartermaster with the Animated Ulna and Flexing Phalanges.

Toenail

Toenail requires Revered reputation with The Undying Army to purchase from the Undying Army quartermasters Dar Vattish and Nalcorn Talsen. You’ll need 250 Polished Pet Charms, which you can get from Shadowlands or Battle for Azeroth pet battle world quests.

Micromancer

Micromancer is a bit more difficult to acquire. Micromancer is a random drop from Undying Army paragon caches, Supplies of the Undying Army. You can get these caches for every 10,000 reputation you earn after you reach Exalted status.

Carpal

Carpal is a pet created by combining three different items: the Animated Radius, the Animated Ulna, and the Flexing Phalanges. You’re able to purchase the Animated Radius from the Undying Army quartermaster for 250 Polished Pet Charms.

The Undying Army Tabard – Colors of the Undying Army

The Undying Army Tabard is Colors of the Undying Army. It is available from the Undying Army quartermasters Dar Vatish and Nalcorn Talsen at Exalted reputation for 250g.

The Undying Army Legendary Runecarver Memory – Memory of the Rattle of the Maw

The Undying Army quartermasters also have a legendary Runecarver Memory available for purchase: Memory of the Rattle of the Maw. Once you are at Exalted status with the Undying Army, you’ll be able to purchase this memory for 1,100g from the quartermaster. Memory of the Rattle of the Maw will grant you the Maw Rattle legendary power to runecarve onto Leg, Feet, and Hands slot legendary base items.

Maw Rattle: Killing an enemy has a high chance to summon an Explosive Mawrat at the corpses location. After 6 sec the mawrat will explode, dealing 317 nature damage to all nearby enemies, poisoning them and decreasing their damage done by 5% for 10 sec.

Undying Army Paragon Caches – Supplies of the Undying Army

Once you reach Exalted reputation with the Undying Army, all Undying Army reputation gains will begin going towards earning Undying Army Paragon Caches. For every 10,000 reputation you earn with the Undying Army, you’ll be rewarded with Supplies of the Undying Army. Opening this item will reward you with gold and anima, and has a chance to drop the Micromancer pet and the Colossal Slaughterclaw mount.

How to Earn Undying Army Reputation

Maldraxxus World Quests

The primary way to earn Undying Army Reputation is by doing World Quests in Maldraxxus. World Quests in Maldraxxus will award between 75 and 150 reputation with the Undying Army.

Daily Callings and Challenges

Every day, you’ll be given a new calling or challenge to complete. Callings and challenges involve preforming tasks in a specific zone, and grant reputation with the associated zone once completed. Callings reward 1,500 reputation and usually involve completing world quests and opening chests. Challenges reward 2,000 reputation and require you to defeat rare or elite enemies.

Weekly Dungeon Quests

Every week, you’ll be able to complete two weekly dungeon quests you can pick up from Finder Ta’sul or Ta’lan the Antiquary down in the Broker’s Den in Oribos. To complete the quest, you’ll need to complete the dungeon specified in the quest at either normal difficulty and up or heroic difficulty and up and return with the quest item that drops. (Mythic Plus dungeons do count for these quests. You’ll recieve your quest item in the end chest.)

Handing in these quests will grant you 500 reputation each with the Shadowlands faction of your choice, which you can apply towards your Undying Army reputation.

There will be one normal dungeon weekly quest and one heroic dungeon weekly quest each week for you to complete. Which quests are active for the week is random.

Normal Dungeon Weekly Quests

There are eight Trading Favors quests corresponding to each of the Shadowlands Dungeons. The Trading Favors quests require that you complete the dungeon at a normal difficulty or higher to get the quest item.

  • Trading Favors: Necrotic Wake
  • Trading Favors: Spires of Ascension
  • Trading Favors: Plaguefall
  • Trading Favors: Theater of Pain
  • Trading Favors: Tirna Scithe
  • Trading Favors: De Other Side
  • Trading Favors: Halls of Atonement
  • Trading Favors: Sanguine Depths

Heroic Dungeon Weekly Quests

There are eight A Valuable Find quests corresponding to each of the Shadowlands Dungeons. These quests require you to complete the dungeon at a heroic difficulty or higher to get the quest item.

  • A Valuable Find: Necrotic Wake
  • A Valuable Find: Spires of Ascension
  • A Valuable Find: Plaguefall
  • A Valuable Find: Theater of Pain
  • A Valuable Find: Tirna Scithe
  • A Valuable Find: De Other Side
  • A Valuable Find: Halls of Atonement
  • A Valuable Find: Sanguine Depths

Contract: The Undying Army

Contracts are consumable items players with the Inscription profession are able to craft once they reach Revered status with a faction. The contract for the Undying Army is Contract: The Undying Army. They can be bought and sold on the auction house, so if you’re looking to earn Undying Army rep, buying one there or getting a buddy to make you one is probably your best bet.

When you use Contract: The Undying Army, you will get a 7 day duration buff show up on your character. For the next 7 days, whenever you complete a Shadowlands world quest, you will earn 10 bonus reputation with the Undying Army.

Reputation Buffs

There are several events that grant a buff to reputation gains, granting bonus reputation for completing world quests or other reputation granting activities.

World Quest Weekly Bonus Event

One of the events in WoW’s rotation of weekly events is a World Quest bonus event. When this event is active, you’ll be able to get 50% bonus reputation from completing world quests. If you’re trying to get as much Undying Army reputation as possible, this is a good time to do world quests in Maldraxxus.

Darkmoon Faire Whee! Buff or Darkmoon Top Hat

During the Darkmoon Faire, which last for a week starting on the first Sunday of every month, you’ll be able to ride the Carousel or the Roller Coaster to gain the Whee! buff for an hour. This will grant you 10% bonus experience and reputation gains for the duration.

You can also get the Darkmoon Top Hat. This will give you a buff on use that will also grant you 10% bonus experience and reputation gains for an hour. These buffs do not stack.

Special Event Buffs

During special events or content lulls, Blizzard will sometimes have special buffs that are active for a limited time. Occasionally, this will be a reputation buff to help people catch up on their reputations before new content is added.

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