Reputation

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See also: Tribal Quests
The Tribal Relations page, found in the player's Character menu under the "Reputation" tab.

Reputation, also known as tribal relations, are points that players can earn by helping out the individual friendly tribes and building trust with them. Players receive reputation points through completion of daily tribal quests, earning EXP, gil, tomestones, and other rewards in the process. Building enough reputation with a tribe will increase the player's overall rank with that tribe, unlocking new quests and items for purchase.

Currently, there are fifteen different tribes the player may develop relations with:

Earning Reputation

An example of a daily quest awarding reputation points to the player. Here, completing the quest rewards 20 Sahagin Relations.

Reputation points can be earned through the completion of daily quests given by members of the tribes. Players are given 12 quest allowances per day (viewable in the Timers menu), and may use them to accept any daily quests of their choosing. The amount of points earned per quest varies, based on tribe and the player's reputation rank.

Depending on the tribe, players are limited on how many quests they may accept from them per day. For A Realm Reborn tribes, each increase in rank unlocks a new quest-giver who will offer three of their own daily quests per day. Players may therefore accept three quests at Neutral rank, six quests at Recognized rank, and so on. For Heavensward, Stormblood, Shadowbringers, and Endwalker tribes, however, the quest-giver always remains the same and continues to offer only three quests per day. As such, only three quests may be accepted on any given day from each tribe, regardless of rank.

The exception to this is on the day the player achieves a new rank with the tribe. Upon reaching the reputation maximum for the current rank, a new quest becomes available to unlock the next rank (and progress that tribe's story). Completing that quest and unlocking the next rank makes an additional 3 daily quests available for that tribe, for that day only. After the next daily reset, the tribe returns to only offering 3 quests per day. Using these 3 additional bonus daily quests can shorten the total time required to reach maximum reputation rank by 3-5 days, depending on the tribe, though it comes at the cost of using 3 additional from the global 12-per-day limit on those days. Notably, these 3 additional daily quests are only available when the tribe's available set of daily quests expands. With the exception of the Moogle and Namazu tribes, there are no additional daily quests upon reaching the Sworn rank, and thus there will not be an additional 3 daily quests available that day when reaching Sworn with other tribes.

Reputation progress between ranks can be checked at any time by accessing the "Reputation" tab in the Character menu.

Moving to the next rank

After the player has filled the required reputation in the current rank, a new quest will appear from the tribal leader. Completing this quest will move the player to the next rank where the reputation may be increased again. Once reputation is full for a given rank, no additional reputation can be earned until the player moves to the next rank. If the reputation to the next rank is not an even multiple of the reputation gain per daily quest, some of the reputation gain from the last daily quest turned in to reach that rank's cap is unavoidably lost.

Ranks

Reputation is divided into nine different ranks. After completing the requisite quests and unlocking access to a tribe, players will start their relationship either at Neutral (Rank 1) or Friendly (Rank 3) depending on the tribe.

Not every tribe will use every rank: the Amalj'aa, Kobold, Sahagin, and Sylph tribes, for example, "max out" at the reputation rank of Trusted, meaning they cannot achieve any higher rank with reputation points alone. Completion of the appropriate Allied tribal quests, however, will advance their rank to Allied.

Note that the rank of Allied exists both at Rank 8 and Rank 9. This is because the A Realm Reborn tribes do not use the rank of Bloodsworn and classify Allied as the eighth rank.

Tier Rank Points (If Applicable)
0 None 0
1 Neutral 150
2 Recognized 360
3 Friendly 510
4 Trusted 720
5 Respected 990
6 Honored 1320
7 Sworn 1730
8 Allied (A Realm Reborn) / Bloodsworn 0
9 Allied (Heavensward and Stormblood) 0

Neutral (Rank 1)

The reputation rank of Neutral requires 150 reputation points to cap.

Tribes from A Realm Reborn, the Moogles, and the Vanu Vanu start at this rank.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Amal'jaa, Kobold, Sahagin, and Sylph quests grant 10 reputation points each (cap in 5 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Ixali quests grant 20 reputation points each (cap in 3 days at 3 quests per day, or 2 days if also completing the quest Deliverance).
  • The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 1 day at 3 quests per day).

Recognized (Rank 2)

The reputation rank of Recognized requires 360 reputation points to cap.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Amal'jaa, Kobold, Sahagin, and Sylph quests grant 14 reputation points each (cap in 9 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Ixali quests grant 24 reputation points each (cap in 5 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 3 days at 3 quests per day).

Friendly (Rank 3)

The reputation rank of Friendly requires 510 reputation points to cap.

The Vath and all tribes from Stormblood, Shadowbringers, and Endwalker start at this rank.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Amal'jaa, Kobold, Sahagin, and Sylph quests grant 20 reputation points each (cap in 9 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Ixali quests grant 29 reputation points each (cap in 6 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 4 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Namazu, Ananta, Kojin, Pixie, Qitari, Dwarf, Arkasodara, and Omicron quests grant 60 reputation points each (cap in 3 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Vath quests grant 70 reputation points each (cap in 3 days at 3 quests per day).

Trusted (Rank 4)

The reputation rank of Trusted requires 720 reputation points to cap.

The Amaljaa, Kobold, Sahagin, and Sylph tribes "max out" reputation points at this rank -- going from Neutral to Trusted can be achieved in a total of 23 days if players complete three of the highest reputation-giving quests a day. Less time is needed if you use more of your daily allowances for a particular tribe. To increase reputation to the true maximum rank, Allied, players must complete the A Realm Reborn series of Allied tribal quests.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Ixali quests grant 35 reputation points each (cap in 7 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 5 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Namazu, Ananta, Kojin, Pixie, Qitari, Dwarf, Arkasodara, and Omicron quests grant 60 reputation points each (cap in 4 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Vath quests grant 70 reputation points each (cap in 4 days at 3 quests per day).

Respected (Rank 5)

The reputation rank of Respected requires 990 reputation points to cap.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Ixali quests grant 42 reputation points each (cap in 8 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 7 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Namazu, Ananta, Kojin, Pixie, Qitari, Dwarf, Arkasodara, and Omicron quests grant 60 reputation points each (cap in 6 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Vath quests grant 70 reputation points each (cap in 5 days at 3 quests per day).

Honored (Rank 6)

The reputation rank of Honored requires 1320 reputation points to cap.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Ixali, Moogle, and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 9 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Namazu, Ananta, Kojin, Pixie, Qitari, Dwarf, Arkasodara, and Omicron quests grant 60 reputation points each (cap in 8 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Vath quests grant 70 reputation points each (cap in 7 days at 3 quests per day).

Sworn (Rank 7)

The reputation rank of Sworn requires 1730 reputation points to cap.

The Ixal tribe "maxes out" reputation points at this rank -- going from Neutral to Sworn can be achieved in a total of 37 days if players complete three of the highest reputation-giving quests a day (excluding the quest Deliverance). Less time is needed if you use more of your daily allowances on the Ixal. To increase reputation to the true maximum rank, Allied, players must complete the A Realm Reborn series of Allied tribal quests.

Reputation points earned through quests unlocked at this rank vary:

  • The Moogle and Vanu Vanu quests grant 50 reputation points each (cap in 12 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Namazu, Ananta, Kojin, Pixie, Qitari, Dwarf, Arkasodara, and Omicron quests grant 60 reputation points each (cap in 10 days at 3 quests per day).
  • The Vath quests grant 70 reputation points each (cap in 9 days at 3 quests per day).

Allied / Bloodsworn (Rank 8)

The reputation rank of Allied (A Realm Reborn tribes) or Bloodsworn (Heavensward, Stormblood, Shadowbringers and Endwalker tribes) requires 0 reputation points to cap.

Earning reputation points for all Heavensward, Stormblood, Shadowbringers, and Endwalker tribes stops at this rank, displaying 0/0. Going from the starting reputation to to Bloodsworn can be achieved in a total of 29 days for Vath, 31 days for Namazu, Ananta, Kojin, Pixies, Qitari, Dwarves, Arkasodara, and Omicron, and 41 days for the Moogles and Vanu Vanu if players complete three of the highest reputation-giving quests a day. This time can be shortened by 1 day per intervening rank, excluding Sworn (ex. 3 days reduction for a tribe going from Friendly to Bloodsworn), if the player uses an additional 3 daily quest allowances on the days that a new reputation rank is reached (and completes the newly-unlocked story quest that day to unlock an additional 3 daily quests at the new rank level).

To attain reputation rank of Allied for all A Realm Reborn tribes, players must achieve the maximum rank attainable with reputation points for each tribe individually (Sworn for Ixal, Trusted for all others). Afterwards, to complete the A Realm Reborn series of Allied tribal quests.

There is no Allied rank for Shadowbringers, with their reputation stopping as Bloodsworn.

There is currently no Allied rank for Endwalker, with their reputation stopping for now at Bloodsworn.

Allied (Rank 9)

The Tribal Relations page showing Heavensward tribes capped at Allied.

The reputation rank of Allied (Heavensward and Stormblood tribes) requires 0 reputation points to cap.

To attain this rank for all Heavensward tribes, you must first achieve the maximum rank for each one individually (Bloodsworn). Afterwards, complete the Heavensward series of Allied tribal quests.

To attain this rank for all Stormblood tribes, you must first achieve the maximum rank for each one individually (Bloodsworn). Afterwards, complete the Stormblood series of Allied tribal quests.