Stepping back to the days of simple easy to play RPG games. Not like todays sometimes highly complex systems. This game will have you hooked on how simple it is to play and give you the urge to just keep playing! The choice is yours, will you be a great and noble warrior? Or a evil money grubbing mercenary. These are all choices you can make. Purchase a house, fight monsters, complete quests, kill stuff, buy stuff, kill more stuff, level up, and fighting things is as simple as pressing one button. The world of RPG is waiting for you.

Report article RSS Feed Hey! What would you prefer in the quest system?

I'm trying to decide how to do the quest system, I thought i'd ask you everyone what they would prefer.

Posted by The_Yocks on Feb 29th, 2012

I'm trying to decide how to do the quest system, I thought i'd ask you everyone what they would prefer. Would you rather have all the quest's hidden until you started or completed them? Like this:

 
Green is completed and white is activated. OR would you rather have all quests shown in red and then they are white when activated and green when completed? Like this:


So just comment on which one you would prefer seeing in the game and if you have any other ideas feel free to post them and I will see what I can do! Just hurry with the answers because I'm hoping to get it all worked out soon so I can release the final version of the Public Beta :).

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moci
moci Mar 1 2012, 11:43am says:

What do you mean by all quests? The one's unlocked so far? If you can toggle quests (active/inactive) then the second one is best.

On the other hand, if you really mean "all quests" as in, all possible game quests - the first.

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The_Yocks
The_Yocks Mar 1 2012, 2:48pm says:

Option one: you can only see quests that you have started and finished

Option two: ALL quests are shown in red but as they are activated they turn white as actived and green as finished (kind of like runescape if anyone plays that or is familiar with how there quests are setup)

Hopefully that clears it up :)

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer Mar 1 2012, 7:44pm replied:

I prefer the TOR system where you only immediately have access to the ones you have active, and can choose which ones you want the game to be pointing too. You can access finished ones but they aren't immediately there (considering you already finished them, I fail to see the point in re-reading them unless you need to remember some plot point).

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