Increasing reputation with factions and allies has huge rewards. This GreedFall Reputation & Relationship Guide answers all the questions you may have on reputation including how to increase your reputation, the rewards for doing so, and the various companion benefits you receive.
There are two types of reputation in GreedFall, Faction Reputation and Companion Relationship. Both function in very similar ways but with subtle differences. Factions are reputation with entire groups of people, often influenced by choices and consequences or completing side quests. Companion Reputation is tied directly to events involving that companion.
GreedFall Reputation GuideWhenever certain events increase or decrease influence, you will see an on-screen notification. This is often the results of completing quests or dialogue choices. Building up reputation with factions offers rewards at each new tier.
For example, when you reach Nice reputation with Coin Guard, you will receive some items at your house. This includes the Hammer of the Forgotten Gods, a gold rarity weapon, and a green cape. These are hugely beneficial rewards if received early, as they are better than anything else you find.
Each time you increase your reputation level to a new tier with a faction, you will have special rewards shipped to your house or camp chest, so be sure to check it often.
GreedFall Companion Relationship Guide
Your Companions work much in the same way as factions. As you complete companion specific quests, you will improve your relationship with them. Unlike faction reputation, your companions don’t usually give you items. Instead, they will give you more quests and, eventually, even improve your stats. Taking Vasco as an example; once you reach a high enough relationship level with him, you will get a bonus to your intuition. Each companion provides a bonus to a different stat or skill.
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