Quest Information

➺ What are quests?

 

Quests are missions that are set in the roleplay world either by the guild, nobles, or by characters for people to accomplish and be rewarded in return. Anyone with enough money can put up a quest, as long as the quest isn't illegal or simply impossible to accomplish. It shouldn't be illegal due to the fact that all quests are firstly checked and approved by the guild before going up.

➺ How to put up a quest?

 

Putting up a quest isn't difficult at all as long as you follow the format below and the information given. After filling it out, DM it to one of the Event Team members so they can place it in the respectful ranking channels. 

Publisher's Name:

(The basic name of the person that published the quest. This isn't required and is in fact often left out, is appreciated though.)

Quest Objective:

(A quick explanation of what the quest is to achieve.)

Quest Rank:

(This is the rank you have to be in order to take this quest. If you are a rank that is higher than the required rank you can still take it.)

Quest Difficulty Ranking:

(The ranking of the quest can range from, Easy, Normal, Hard, and Extreme. Each ranking gives the quest taker a basic idea of how difficult the quest will be. Easy is normally used for Quests with no fighting. Normal is used for Quests with little to no fighting, or weak opponents. Hard is for Quests made specifically for fighting or involves a lot of fighting/hard opponents to fight. Extreme, well the name is self-explanatory, these are extremely hard Quests.)

Quest Details:

(A more in-depth explanation of what to do in the quest.)

Quest Reward:

(How much they will be regarded for the quest. Please remember this is your character paying for it, so stay within a reasonable range that your character and status can achieve.)

Contacts:

(Where the person can go to get more details or contact information.)

Extra: (Anything you'd like to add.)

 

 


➺ What are Ranks?

 

Ranks are given to everyone regardless of if you are an adventurer or not, anyone can gain a rank through completing Quest or Mini Events. Ranks are the title given to a person when they gain a certain amount of experience from completing a Quest or Mini Event, it shows that they are capable enough to take part in different types of Quest/Mini Events. 

➺ How do you gain experience?

 

Experience can be gained through two fundamental means in roleplay. First, you can completely different quests based on the rank you are, or on some occasions, you can complete Mini Events. The amount of experience gained from a Quest/Mini Experience is dependant on how difficult it is to complete, along with how well you do on it. Most Quest has a set amount of gained experience. 

➺ What are the ranks?

 

When you gain enough experience and reach a certain level, you will gain a rank. There are five different ranks you can gain in this order:

 

 

  • Level 1 - Beginner

  • Level 5 - Novice

  • Level 15 - Experienced

  • Level 25 - Expert

  • Level 35 - Master 

 

 


➺ What does each rank do?

 

Each rank gives you different benefits. Each rank and its benefits are listed below:

  • Beginner - This rank is the started rank, from this rank you are able to take part in certain Quests and Mini Events that you can gain experience from and level up to the other ranks. 

  • Novice - This rank allows the user to take on any Quests or Mini Events that are ranked for Novices. This rank allows you to gain more experience than you would from beginner-type Quests and allow you the chance to gain rewards. 

  • Experienced - This rank lets you take part in any Quests or Mini Events that are listed for the Experienced rank or lower. With this rank, you can gain common rewards such as money or items a lot easier.

  • Expert - This rank lets you take part in any Quests or Mini Events that are listed for Experts or lower. With this rank, you gain experience a lot more than other ranks that are lower and have a higher chance of getting a rare reward from Quests. 

  • Master - With this rank, you can take part in any Quests or Mini Events. This rank is the highest you can get and doesn't reward any more experience, however, with this rank you are guaranteed common rewards and have an 80% chance to get a rare reward. 

➺ How do i check my rank?

 

To check your rank, level, or how much experience you have just use the command %xp. If you wish to check the server's experience leaderboard use the command %xplb for the top listing members. 

➺ Why is there an Adventurer status

if anyone can do the quest?

 

While anyone can take part in quests, the adventurer role allows you to gain the amount of experience that someone without it can gain. Allowing you to climb the rankings much faster and in turn receive more benefits. If you are a commoner, without another status, you can register to be an adventurer at any guild.
 


➺ What are Quest Points?

 

Quest Points are a sort of currency you gain from the completion of quests. Each quest you finish will give you a number of Quest Points, the total you gain depends on the difficulty of said quest. Quest Points can be used to buy Loot Crated, which gives you bonuses depending on the crate you buy.  You can check your points by doing p!bal.

➺ What are Loot Crates?

 

Loot crates can be bought using Quest Points in order to gain bonuses. There are 4 types of loot crates, each being better and more expensive than the previous.

 

 

  • Copper Crate.

  • Silver Crate.

 

  • Gold Crate.

  • Crystal Crate. 

➺ What can i gain from Loot Crates?

 

The reward you can gain from each loot crate is randomly selected by a dice roll. The rewards are as follows. 
 

  • Copper Crate:

1-4-8 = Random Weapon.
2-5-6 = Extra Character Slot.
3-7 = Extra Weapon or Familiar Slot.
9 = Extra Ability Slot.
10 = 100 XP.

  • Silver Crate:

1-4 = Random Enchanted Weapon.
2-3 = Rune Pen.
5-6 = 150 XP.
7-8 = Extra Ability Slot.
9-10 = Random Encounter.

  • Gold Crate:

1-2-3 = Enchanted Weapon.
4-5-6 = Extra Ability Slot.
7-8 = Revive Stone.
9-10 = B rank Familiar.

  • Crystal Crate:

1-2-3-4 = 2 Extra Ability Slot.
5-6-7-8 = Extra B Rank Familiar.
9-10-11-12 = 350 XP.
13-14-15 = Enchanted Weapon of Choice.

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