It would be best if you had the Battle for Azeroth (BFA) expansion purchased. The essentials of how to unlock dark Iron dwarves Allied Race.
Ready for War Achievement: this achievement forces players to complete the first step of the Alliance War Campaign.
Exalted Reputation with 7th Legion: It can be attained by completing the campaign step. All of the reputations can be taken from 7th Legion World Quests, Warfront turn-ins, and Emissary quests on the continent of Zandalar. You must then complete a particular recruitment storyline, showing why the Dark Iron Dwarves join the Alliance.
Welcome to the World of Warcraft. We start with some wide-ranging general info. Dark irons were added in patch 8.0 as an allied race for the alliance. I’m going to expose you to how to unlock dark iron dwarves as an allied race.
Available classes in how to unlock dark iron dwarves
Hunter: From a young age, the cry of the wild pulls some adventurers from the ease of their homes into the merciless primitive world outside. Those who survive become hunters. Rulers of their environment, they can glide like ghosts and lay traps in the paths of their foes
Mage: Talented Students with a sharp intellect and firm control may take the way of the mage. The arcane magic open to magi is equally significant and dangerous and is shown only to the devoted practitioners. Magi wear only cloth armor, but arcane shields and enchantments give them extra protection. To hold enemies at bay, magi can muster bursts of fire to burn distant targets and cause entire areas to explode, setting groups of foes afire.
Monk: When the Pandaren were defeated by the mogu centuries ago, monks brought hope to a seemingly indefinite future. Curbed from using weapons by their slave masters, these Pandaren instead concentrated on exploiting and learning weaponless combat. When the break for revolution struck, they were well-trained to throw off the load of oppression.
Paladin: The slogan of the paladin is to shield the weak, to bring fairness to the unjust, and to crush evil from the darkest places of the world. These holy warriors are armed with plate armor so they can challenge the toughest of enemies, and the blessing of the Light they can heal wounds and, in some cases, even bring back life to the dead.
Priest: They are loyal to the spiritual, and express their never-ending faith by serving the people. For ages, they have left behind the walls of their temples and the ease of their shrines so they can aid their allies in war-ravaged lands. Amid dire conflict, no hero doubts the value of the priestly orders.
Rogue: Their only code is the contract, and their pride is purchased in gold. Free from the checks of a conscience, these mercenaries depend on ruthless and efficient schemes. Lethal killers and masters of covertness will strike their marks from behind, penetrating a vital organ and vanishing into the shadows before the victim falls to the ground.
Shaman: Their elements are chaotic and left to their mechanisms; they rage against one another in endless ancient rage. The slogan of the shaman is to bring balance to this chaos. Stand-in as moderators among earth, fire, water, and air, shaman call totems that focus the elements to support the shaman’s partners or punish those who intimidate them
Warlock: In the eyes of demonic power, most heroes see death. Warlocks see only an opening. Supremacy is their goal, and they have found a course to it in the dark arts. These hungry spellcasters call demonic followers to fight beside them. At first, they control only the service of imps, but as a warlock’s experience grows, the seductive female demon called succubi, faithful void walkers, and horrific felhunters join the murky sorcerer’s ranks to inflict havoc on anyone who stands in their master’s way
Warrior: For as long as there is war, heroes from every race have aimed to learn the art of battle. Warriors merge strength, leadership, and vast experience of arms and armor to cause havoc in combat. Warrior protects from the front lines with shields, locking down enemies while allies aid the warrior from behind with spell and bow. Others forgo the shield and discharge their fury at the closest threat with a range of lethal weapons.
Dark iron hunters: They start with a Blazehound pet, which has a unique appearance. Paladins can summon the Darkforge Ram as an exclusive mount, and Shamans have unique totems that look like Anvils.
Character Customizations and bonus points
Dark ions also have unique character customization options as well as jokes and flirts, and they have their own set of racial traits. Dungeon Delver passively increases your movement speed by 4% while indoors.
Fireblood is an active ability that removes all poison, disease, curse, magic, and bleeds effects. It also increases your primary stat by 100 for each effect removed. Forged in flames passively reduces the damage you take from physical attacks by one percent. Mass production increases blacksmithing crafting speed by 25% and skill by five points.
Mole Machines and its advantages
Then they can summon a mole machine which can transport and carry you to a variety of locations. By default, the machine can take you to Stormwind, Iron Forge, and Shadow Forge City. Although many other sites can be unlocked by interacting with mole machines scattered all over the world.
When you first approach a new mole machine, it will have the gold gear icon when you hover. Once you click it, the gold gear goes away; that’s the only sign that it has been recorded as a travel option.
The Mole Machine is a Dark Iron Dwarf racial that serves as a multi-locational portal for all party members. When summoned, members of the Dark Iron’s party can board the machine alongside the dwarf, but it will leave once the dwarf gets in – as such, the summoner should wait for the party before taking off.
Unlocking Allied Race
Now, let’s talk about how you open this allied race. You need to complete two criteria, both of which should be worked on at the same time. The first is to reach Exalted with the seventh legion. There are many ways to gain reputation with this faction.
The primary source and the one you’ll probably spend the most time doing will be world quests. World quests across all three Zandalar zones award Seventh Legion Rep. Make sure you also complete the emissary quest whenever it’s available as it awards a large chunk too.
Another source is Warfronts. During the contribution phase, there will be three quests every day. You can complete that award rep. Then during the patrol phase, there will be world quests in the Warfront zone that gives Seventh Legion Rep as well.
Gaining Rep from Faction Assaults
Faction assaults happen every 19 hours in one of the six BFA zones and award rep from both the world quests they bring and the assault quest itself, so make sure you do as many of those as you can. The quests available as part of the war campaign give rep as well.
Other minor sources of Rep
There are also a few other smaller sources of rep. The mission table on your ship can have missions that award Seventh Legion rep. There’s also the Rusted Alliance Insignia, which can sometimes drop when completing an Island Expedition.
You are giving it to the Seventh Legion quartermaster in Boralus awards you with some rep. Lastly, you can use a contract that will provide you some 7th legion rep when completing any BFA world quests. Make sure you also keep an eye out for the Darkmoon Faire and World Quest Bonus Event, as both can boost your rep gains.
Second Way of how to unlock Dark Irons
The other criteria to unlock Dark Irons is to complete the Alliance version of Ready for War. This achievement tracks your progress through the 8.0 War campaign storyline. You first start by unlocking footholds in Zandalar as you level up through Kul Tiras.
Once you hit 120, you start to work through the rest of the chapters in order. Each one is locked behind a certain amount of Seventh Legion rep. So if you get stuck, keep working on your rep until you can pick up the next chapter.
Once you complete these two criteria, go to the Stormwind Embassy to pick up the Quest “Blackrock depths” from Moira. This starts the recruitment questline. Once you finish that, you’ll be able to create a Dark Iron Dwarf on your account. You’ll also be awarded the Dark Iron core hound mount.
The Heritage Armor
Any alliance character can use the Dark Iron core hound mount. The last thing to mention is the heritage armor for this allied race. You can unlock it by leveling a Dark Iron up to 110 without using any level boosts. Once you earn it, any dark iron character on your account can use it.
That’s how to unlock dark iron dwarves.