If, like most World of Warcraft players, you're still trudging around Suramar running errands and daily quests out there for the reputation and gear grind, you might have come across a troublesome World Quest by the name of Stelleris Shakedown. It's problematic, but certainly worth doing. Here's how to pull it off:
The subject of this World Quest is Stelleris Libertine - a mob, or number of mobs, commonly seen patrolling with some hard-hitting guards. While the Libertine's health pool isn't very intimidating, taking on the full Elite pack can quickly spell trouble for glass cannon classes.
So what's the aim? Your job is not to kill the Libertine, but to make it 'submit'. This isn't achieved in the civil manner of talking to the target, but beating it silly until it spills the words you want to hear. The problem being, not just any Libertine will give you what you want. Some would much rather die than speak - and they'll tell you just that, too; so you know it's time to put them down and move onto the next.
The misconception here is the quest being 'RNG'-based, with many believing that by removing damage-bolstering equipment like trinkets and weapons you'll allow yourself to land more punches on the guy, thus creating more chances for submission before death. This isn't the case. If a Stelleris will talk, it'll talk.
So keep your hard-earned Artefact weapon by your side, and beat up every Stelleris Libertine you find. Try to catch them as they branch away from their guards unless you're looking for a little extra challenge. Those likely to die from the pack - like a Rogue or Mage - should look into using crowd-control mechanics like Polymorph or Sap to keep the guards out of the fight.
Knuckle down the Stelleris Libertine mobs until one yields - taking note of the guards close by - and make sure to right-click the target when it does. That'll progress the quest to the final round: a bout with Corvelyn at the dock - another that can be dragged into a safe corner to avoid any unwanted attention.
Once bested, you'll bag yourself 250 reputation with The Nightfallen for your troubles. Or 275 if you're a Human thanks to their racial reputation boost.