|Covenants are one of the most important new features to come to World of
Warcraft: Shadowlands, and much of gameplay of the expansion takes
place in the context of players joining one. Covenants are factions of
the Shadowlands that each serve a different role in the afterlife. Once
players reach the maximum level (now Level 60), they may join one. When
players choose their Covenant, they receive a Covenant-specific
campaign, new side quests, and the chance to earn and purchase new
Covenant gear. Completing each week's questline will reward players with
one piece from their Covenant's transmog armor set. While this gear is
usually fairly low-level compared to item drops from Mythic+ and Castle
Nathria Raids, as the weeks go on, the stats for each reward improve.
Players also have the option to upgrade lower-level pieces they received
earlier in the campaign like they would any other armor.To get more
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To upgrade Covenant gear, players will need to find certain NPCs,
either in their Covenant's Sanctum or in Oribos, who can help them. They
will also need to have enough Renown and Anima to purchase the upgrade,
with upgrades gated until players reach certain chapters of the
Covenant campaign and earn the subsequent levels of Renown required.
Here's how to upgrade Covenant gear in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
Once players find theirs, they can drag the gear from its bag slot
into the NPCs upgrading interface menu, or right-click to send it there.
The first few pieces of gear from a player's first campaign levels
begin at Item Level 155, which is considered Rank 1 of 7. Players can
upgrade these ranks, which will improve the item level when they have
reached certain campaign chapters and have enough Renown and Anima to
spend. Not every piece will need to be upgraded, as players will get
some items from later campaign chapters that begins at a higher Item
Level and rank.