Quest

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Quests are special tasks given to you by certain citizens of Neopia. Some are opt-in (like Edna's and The Brain Tree), while others are Random Events (such as the Faerie Quests). All quests require the user to obtain one or more items and there is always a time limit for the optional ones.

Random Quests[edit]

Random Quests are, as the name implies, random. There is no way to control whether you get one or not. They are given to players by one of nine Uber Faeries, which is why they are also known as Faerie Quests, although there are Faeries that give Quests that are not Random. Each of the six Elemental Faeries asks for one specific type of item while the three Special Faeries (Space Faerie, Fyora, and Fountain Faerie) request any item within a certain rarity range. The reward for completing the quests is always the same dependent on which Faerie gives the quest. Originally, players could go to the faeries to request a quest but on 2 October 2000 they became Random.

If you are on a Random Quest, you can not use the Shop Wizard or the Super Shop Wizard as it is considered cheating but you are free to ask someone else to look the item up for you on the Neoboards or through Neomail.

You have the option of canceling the quest by visiting the Quest Building in the Faerie City. The only penalty for canceling a quest is a ban from having one for 600 seconds, or 10 minutes.

Optional Quests[edit]

There are other Quests players can do throughout Neopia. They are found in several of the different worlds and can be done whenever a player wishes to. These Quests are also timed, which is why they are often referred to as Timed Quests and, unlike Random Quests, the user still has access to the Shop Wizard.

Brain Tree Quests[edit]

  • Where to Get the Quest: The Brain Tree in The Haunted Woods.
  • Item/s Requested: Date and Place of death of Neopians from history. The only way to get the answers to his question is to complete two quests for The Esophagor.
  • Time allotted: about an hour.
  • Frequency: one Brain Tree Quest per day.
  • Reward: Random amount of Neopoints and a Haunted Woods item.
  • Average Reward Value: about 2000 NP.
  • Penalty for Not Completing Quest: None.
  • First Available: 19 October 2000
  • Other Notes: Players get The Brain Tree as a Battledome Challenger when they complete their first Quest.

Esophagor Quests[edit]

  • Where to Get the Quest: The Esophagor in The Haunted Woods.
  • Item/s Requested: 1 - 4 Spooky Food items.
  • Time allotted: 1 1/2 - 2 hours
  • Frequency: Up to 10 per day.
  • Reward: There are two ways to do an Esophagor Quest, either in conjunction with a Brain Tree Quest, or on their own. Reward when doing a Brain Tree Quest is one of the answers the Brain Tree wants. When done on their own, the reward is a random item.
  • Average Reward Value: Between 1000 and 2000 NP.
  • Penalty for Not Completing Quest: None.
  • First Available: 19 October 2000

Illusen and Jhudora Quests[edit]

  • Where to Get the Quest: Illusen Quests: Illusen's Glade in Meridell. Jhudora Quests: Jhudora's Cloud in Faerieland.
  • Item/s Requested: They both ask for one item of increasing rarity.
  • Time allotted: 16 minutes 40 seconds.
  • Frequency: 1 quest every 12 hours for either Illusen or Jhudora.
  • Reward: Set prizes awarded every three levels starting on level 1.
  • Average Reward Value: Prize value depends on the level completed.
  • Penalty for Not Completing Quest: reset to level one.
  • Other Notes:
    • These quests increase in difficulty with each completed level and a score is given based on how quickly a player returns with the requested item.
    • There are two Avatars for each Quest set one awarded after completing Quest level 20, and the other awarded if you complete a quest on that Faerie's Day (March 17th for Illusen, February 4th for Jhudora).

Kitchen Quests[edit]

  • Where to Get the Quest: Underwater Chef's Kitchen on Mystery Island.
  • Item/s Requested: 1 - 4 food items.
  • Time allotted: about 2 hours.
  • Frequency: Up to 10 per day.
  • Reward: Either 1000 - 2000 NP and a random item or a random stat boost for a random pet.
  • Average Reward Value: 1000 - 3000 NP (although stat boosts can be worth a lot more depending on the level of the pet.
  • Penalty for Not Completing Quest: None.
  • First Available: 9 October 2000
  • Other Notes: A lot of players with very highly-leveled pets will use Kitchen quests in the hope of getting cheaper training.

Snow Faerie Quests[edit]

  • Where to Get the Quest: Taelia's Igloo on Terror Mountain.
  • Item/s Requested: 1 - 4 food items.
  • Time allotted: 1 - 1 1/2 hours.
  • Frequency: Up to 10 per day.
  • Reward: about 1500 NP a Snowball and another item.
  • Average Reward Value: about 2000 - 3000 NP.
  • Penalty for Not Completing Quest: None.
  • Other Notes: Players get The Snow Faerie as a Battledome Challenger when they complete their first quest.

Witch's Tower Quests[edit]

  • Where to Get the Quest: Edna's Tower in The Haunted Woods.
  • Item/s Requested: 1 - 4 random items.
  • Time allotted: about 2 hours.
  • Frequency: Up to 10 per day.
  • Reward: about 100 NP and a Spooky Food item.
  • Average Reward Value: about 200 NP.
  • Penalty for Not Completing Quest: None.
  • Other Notes: Players can get an Avatar for completing her quest.

Jobs[edit]

While not exactly a quest for a certain person in Neopia, Jobs from the Faerieland Employment Agency are quests of a sort. These are optional, still allow the use of the Shop Wizard and are timed. Players can go to the Employment Agency and get one of two types of job, either Basic, which requires nothing other than good timing to get, or Super, which require a Job Coupon. Anyone who takes a job is required to bring 1-6 of the same item to get the reward. The reward is always pre-stated payment in Neopoints with the chance of a bonus if the player completes the assignment quickly. When completed, the player's active pet is given credit for completing the job and is given a rank based on how many jobs have been completed.

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