Allods Online is a rich game with over 2,000 quests and more are being added all the time! Every zone has quests and they range in both difficulty and type.
One of the most important parts about adventuring in Allods Online is completing quests. Quests are special tasks that are started by talking to an NPC or, more rarely, by clicking on an item. NPCs that give out quests can be identified by special icons above their heads. For most quests, an NPC will have an exclamation point above them. For repeatable quests, an NPC will have a blue arrow above them. For World Mystery quests, an NPC will have a sun above them.
After you get a quest, you can check it at any time by viewing your Quest Log. You can also keep track of your quests by viewing the Quest Tracker at the top right-hand side of the interface. The Quest Tracker will display the name of all the quests you currently have as well as all of the quests’ objectives.
All of a quest’s objectives must be finished before you can complete a quest. These objectives can be tasks such as killing monsters, gathering items, or visiting certain areas. After a quest’s objectives are finished you can complete the quest by talking to the NPC or by interacting with the object that is indicated by the quest. They will have a green checkmark above them.
Completing a quest can reward you with many things. You will always gain experience, and you will almost always gain money. Additionally, you will sometimes be rewarded with reputation with a certain faction, or with a piece of armor or a weapon.
Quests that you no longer want to complete can be abandoned by clicking “Abandon Quest” at the bottom right-hand corner of the Quest Log. You can also share any quest in your Quest Log with other members of your party by clicking “Share Quest” at the bottom right-hand corner of the Quest Log.
A useful tool for completing quests is the map. The location that an objective is meant to be finished in is displayed on the map with the use of a special map marker. After the objectives are finished, the location that the quest is meant to be completed in is also displayed with another special map marker.
Types of Quests
Some quests help you learn the basic game mechanics or find important NPCs such as the Goblin Innkeepers or the class trainers. These quests usually reward you with a small amount of experience, but teach you an important lesson.
Training quests are marked with a question mark at the top of their page in the quest log.
Some quests cannot be completed alone. Sometimes they can be completed with one ally, but sometimes they must be completed in a full party! These quests usually reward you with a rare item.
Party quests are marked with a red flag at the top of their page in the quest log.
Some quests require many allies so you can take down difficult bosses. They are generally difficult to do without a raid group of 12 - 24 people. These quests usually reward you with a rare item.
Raid quests are marked with multiple flags at the top of their page in the quest log.
Some quests can only be completed in a dungeon. You should gather a full party of friends to complete these difficult trials. These quests usually reward you with a rare item.
Dungeon quests are marked with a stone arch at the top of their page in the quest log.
Some quests require you to kill other players in order to complete them. These quests usually reward you with a small amount of experience or Combat Glory.
PvP quests are marked with crossed swords at the top of their page in the quest log.
World Mystery Quests
Some quests help you complete a World Mystery. World Mysteries are tasks that reveal much about the game's lore! These quests usually reward you with a new spell or an extra ruby that you can spend in your talent grid.
World Mystery quests are marked with a book at the top of their page in the quest log.
Some quests are repeatable and can be completed more than once. Some can be completed an infinite number of times, and some can only be completed once a day. Quests that can be completed an infinite number of times usually reward you with reputation, and quests that can only be completed once a day usually reward you with something more important such as a reduction in the time to build an Astral ship or a treasure chest.
Repeatable quests are marked with a green arrow at the top of their page in the quest log.
Just like in real life, the people of Sarnaut have holidays and they celebrate them by going all out! These quests can require you to do things like decorate your capital city or launch fireworks into the sky. These quests usually reward you with reputation with a seasonal faction so you can buy unique rewards that are only available during that holiday.
Luckily, most of the Sarnaut holidays happen around the same time ours do, but theirs last much longer! Sarnautians know how to party.