Once you\u2019ve reached player level 110 you can start unlocking Alliance Allied races. Here's everything you need to know. Allied Races are a new addition to World of Warcraft's Battle for Azeroth expansion. It allows players to create characters from a handful of races they've likely encountered before. Unfortunately, unlike Cataclysm\u2019s addition of the Goblin and Worgen races, there\u2019s technically nothing completely new in Battle for Azeroth. The Allied Races are essentially alternative versions of World of Warcraft\u2019s existing playable races. Still cool, though. Ignoring the technicalities and lore of each class, when it comes to the Alliance's Allied Race options Lightforged Draenei are super-holy Draenei, Void Elves are shady blood elves for Alliance, Dark Iron Dwarves are basically that, and Kul Tiran humans are humans with more diverse character models and insanely awesome Druid forums. Allied Races feature their own unique abilities and mounts (usable by all characters once unlocked). They also gain access to exclusive Heritage Armor which are sets of cosmetic armor specific to race. Any armor type can be transmogrified into Heritage Armor, but they only by characters of the set\u2019s specific race. Heritage Armor sets are unlocked only by leveling each Allied Race character from level 20 to 110, without purchasing any boosts (such as the free 110 included with Battle for Azeroth). Allied Races were touted as one of the major selling points of Battle for Azeroth. Unlike most features added in previous expansions you\u2019ll have to do some significant legwork if you want to create a character of one of the new races. If you skipped out on Legion or just didn\u2019t play all too much, you\u2019ll have to catch up on required reputations and questlines before unlocking each of the Allied Races. Once you\u2019ve reached player level 110 and have met the reputation and achievement requirements for an Allied Race, you\u2019ll earn access to a questline to unlock that race. Complete the quests and you'll be able to create characters (or race change into) one of the new Allied Races. Here\u2019s everything you need to do to unlock each of the Alliance's Allied Races in Battle for Azeroth: Lightforged Draenei Image via Blizzard Entertainment If regular Draenei weren\u2019t cool enough, Alliance players can now unlock Lightforged Draenei. The background of this race is heavily rooted in Legion\u2019s Argus campaign, and as such requires completing quests for and grinding quite a bit of reputation with the related faction; Army of the Light. It\u2019s worth noting that by progressing through questlines on Argus, you\u2019ll earn reputation with both Army of Light and Argussian Reach. The latter of these two factions requires Exalted to unlock Void Elves, so you can make progress on unlocking both races at the same time. How to unlock the Lightforged Draenei Allied Race Earn the achievement, \u201cYou Are Now Prepared\u201d The achievement, \u201cYou Are Now Prepared,\u201d is earned upon completion of the Argus story campaign. In order to get to Argus, you must first reach player level 110 and earn at least Friendly reputation with all Broken Isles factions. This will earn the achievement \u201cUniting the Isles\u201d in order to unlock Legion World Quests. You\u2019ll likely already have met these reputation requirements simply by questing in Legion zones. Then you\u2019ll be able to complete a quest with the same name from Archmage Khadgar in Dalaran, which will then start a short quest chain leading to the Assault on Broken Shore scenario. Whoo. Completion of the Assault on Broken Shore will then lead to the start of the Argus campaign. To earn \u201cYou Are Not Prepared,\u201d you\u2019ll need to complete the entire Argus campaign, which can be easily done in a few hours as it is no longer time-gated by the mission table. Reach Exalted with the Army of the Light faction The Army of the Light faction spotlights the Draenei race\u2019s efforts on the planet Argus. You\u2019ll earn a fair amount of reputation with the Army of the Light just by completing the Argus campaign, generally reaching at least Honored. To earn the needed reputation with this faction, you should partake in the following activities: Complete story quests for the Army of the Light Complete Argus World Quests (and Emissary, if available) awarding reputation with Army of the Light Completing Kirin Tor Emissary when available and selecting the Army of Light reputation reward Complete the weekly quests "Fuel of a Doomed World" and "Invasion Onslaught" Earn reputation tokens by completing relevant order hall missions (completely luck dependant) Void Elves Image via Blizzard Entertainment Void Elves are developed through story quests on Argus led by Alleria Windrunner. With Alleria\u2019s guidance, these once-banished elves have turned to harnessing the powers of void magic to help in the Alliance\u2019s battle against the Horde. As previously mentioned, Void Elves require Exalted reputation with the Argussian Reach faction, so if you stopped playing near the end of Legion, you\u2019ll have quite a bit of catching up to do. You won\u2019t be alone, as most areas of Argus are currently swarmed with Alliance players looking to unlock the race. The enemies aren\u2019t even a challenge at levels above 110. How to unlock the Void Elves Allied Race Earn the achievement, \u201cYou Are Now Prepared\u201d Again, you\u2019ll have to have earned the achievement \u201cYou Are Now Prepared\u201d in order to unlock Void Elves. Simply follow the same advice above for the Lightforged Draenei to unlock and complete the Argus storyline and you\u2019re halfway there! Well, almost. Reach Exalted with the Argussian Reach faction It\u2019s a bit harder to reach Exalted with Argussian Reach than it is the Army of the Light, as you aren\u2019t granted nearly as much reputation by completing Argus\u2019 storyline quests. You\u2019ll still get a good bit of the way through Friendly. You\u2019ll have to prepare for a bit of a grind, as you\u2019re pretty much time-gated by the amount of reputation its possible to earn on any given day. You can earn reputation with the Argussian Reach by doing the following: Complete Argus storyline quests Complete World Quests (and Emissary, if available) awarding reputation with the Argussian Reach Complete the weekly quests "Fuel of a Doomed World," "Invasion Onslaught," and "Void Inoculation" Completing Kirin Tor Emissary when available and selecting the Argussian Reach reputation reward Earn reputation tokens by completing relevant Class Hall missions (completely luck dependant) Dark Iron Dwarves Image via Blizzard Entertainment Unlike the previous two races, the Dark Iron dwarves have been a part of World of Warcraft since its very beginning. Veteran players likely recall battling the Dark Iron in Blackrock Mountain, particularly in the Blackrock Depths dungeon. Since then, there have been Dark Iron dwarves peppered throughout subsequent expansion content, with a clan finally joining up with the Alliance during Cataclysm. Despite their deep roots in Warcraft history, unlocking the Dark Iron dwarf race requires reputation with a new faction added in Battle for Azeroth, the 7th Legion. How to unlock the Dark Iron Dwarf Allied Race Earn the achievement, \u201cReady for War\u201d (Alliance) To unlock the Dark Iron Dwarves, you\u2019ll need to complete the full Alliance War Campaign. New campaign quests are unlocked by reaching specific 7th Legion reputation benchmarks. When you\u2019ve reached one of these benchmarks, you\u2019ll automatically receive a new War Campaign quest to accept. If for some reason it doesn\u2019t pop up, you can relog or simply visit High Commander Halford Wyrmbane located near your mission table. Reach Exalted with the 7th Legion faction The 7th Legion faction is new with Battle for Azeroth, and is the primary faction of the Alliance\u2019s War Campaign, led by High Commander Halford Wyrmbane. You\u2019ll earn most of the reputation needed to reach Exalted through completion of War Campaign quests. Here\u2019s what you\u2019ll need to do to earn reputation with the 7th Legion: Complete all available War Campaign quests Complete World Quests (and Emissary, if available) awarding reputation with the 7th Legion Earn reputation tokens by completing relevant missions at the mission table (completely luck dependant) Kul Tiran Human Image via Blizzard Entertainment The Kul Tiran people (unsurprisingly, of the Kul Tiras nation) are a well-known group of humans, famed for their navel prowess. Remember Warcraft II? They were the ones with the boats. As Kul Tiras is featured as one of the two continents in Battle for Azeroth, players will certainly become familiar with the Kul Tiran people and their maritime ways. Their addition to World of Warcraft brings some much-needed variety to the human models, finally offering players the means to create characters with more meat on their bones. How to unlock the Kul Tiran Human Allied Race Kul Tiran Humans, along with Zandalari Trolls, have been revealed as an upcoming Allied Race, which will become available in future Battle for Azeroth patches. At this time, it is unknown exactly how these races will be unlocked. If currently available Allied Races are any indication, it will likely require earning reputation with\u00a0Battle for Azeroth factions. As soon as this information is available we will update this guide.