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Description[]

Reputation is a new game mechanic introduced in Wasteland 3. Whereas previous games largely relied on scripted interactions to determine how other factions viewed you, Wasteland 3 instead tracks your reputation on a sliding scale, reflecting how other factions view you. The Rangers' standing with them is graded on a five step scale: Hated, Disliked, Neutral, Liked, and Loved, and the reputation has a direct impact on the story, quest resolutions, and even random encounters.

Faction reputation[]

Faction Location(s) Positive reputation Negative reputation
Patriarch's Marshals Colorado Springs Loved: Enables Showdown at the Broadmoor (peaceful transition of power, both factions must be at Loved)
Hundred Families
Wastelander Refugees
Gippers Denver
Monster Army The Bizarre Increasingly better prices

Gippers[]

Gaining reputation points[]

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Hundred Families[]

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Monster Army[]

Gaining reputation points[]

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Patriarch's Marshals[]

Gaining reputation points[]

Positive[]

  • Choosing to kill the Dorsey prisoner yourself during your first interaction with the Patriarch (+1).
  • Thanking the Patriarch in the initial meeting (+1).
  • Saying "Sir yes sir!" after the Patriarch's mission briefing (+1).
  • Be gentle at the first meeting with Sheriff Daisy (+1)
  • Arresting Isaac Reed and handing him over to the Marshals (+5).
  • Arresting MacTavish and handing him over to the Marshals (+5).
  • In MacTavish office you find a letter in one of his lockers. Talk to Sheriff Daisy before you confront Brygo (+1), you can kill Brygo and his gang after that and still get (+15) for completing Big Trouble in Little Vegas.
  • Complete Big Trouble in Little Vegas by arresting Brygo (+10) and handing him over to the Marshals (+5).
  • Compliment the Marshals when talking to B. B. Gunn (+1).
  • Compliment or the Hard-Ass 3 option while speaking to armored marshal enforcer at the gates of Downtown Colorado Springs if you did Arapaho Caravan first during Heads or Tails(+1).
  • When you get the option to erect a statue commissioned by the Patriarch via radio, choose to dedicate it to his largesse (+1).

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Wastelander Refugees[]

Gaining reputation points[]

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Steeltown (Battle of Steeltown)[]

Gaining reputation points[]

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  • [Kiss Ass 6]: Telling Bennie Bianchi to read the names off the team's uniforms in order to correctly spell them on their Steeltown employee badges (+1).

Negative[]

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