With the Redeemed Souls you expand your pact features in WoW Shadowlands. Apparently there are only five souls per week. We’ll show you how you can get redeemed souls in the future and how long you need 5 souls per week until your pact features are fully developed.
Receive redeemed souls
After the campaign quest News of Hope, you can only get Redeemed Souls via a weekly quest in the Maw. Otherwise there is currently no way to collect the souls. Also, you cannot trick the system by changing pacts. For example, if you get your five souls through the Venthyr Pact campaign and then switch to the Necrolords, you will not get 2x 5 souls, but stay at 5 for this ID.
What redeemed souls spend on
The endgame resource is used to expand the various features of your pact. These are, for example, the animal leader, your teleportation system in the respective zone, the various minigames such as The Gluthof (Venthyr), the Queen’s Conservatory (Nachtfae) and so on.
You need so many redeemed souls
Since the collecting of redeemed souls is timegated as mentioned, you need a long time until you have completely expanded your pact features. As Venthyr, for example, we need 31 redeemed souls for the complete expansion of our travel network, 31 for the animal leader, 31 for the expansion of the command table and a total of 150 souls to fully upgrade our mini game The Emberhof. For the Gluthof alone we would need 30 weeks (if we diligently collect souls every week). This leads us to suspect that further sources will be added later on, from which we receive redeemed souls. So far it remains at 5 per week.
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