- This is a list of Heritage Quests, sorted by level. For an alphabetic list, see the heritage quests category.
These quests are all heroic or epic in nature, and are more difficult to complete than normal quests. The rewards are familiar items from EverQuest. Signature Quests, which are similar in length and difficulty to Heritage Quests but reward items unique to EverQuest II, can be found on a separate page.
The table below gives a list of the Heritage Quests.
A spreadsheet containing a checklist is given here: [Quest Checklist]
For an alternative presentation which lists the precise quests placed in the "Heritage Quests" category in the Quest Journal, see Numbered List of Heritage Quests.
Heritage Quest Notes
[*] The quests with the asterisk are confirmed to have house-item counterparts.
The quests A Strange Black Rock, An Axe from the Past and Stiletto's Orders Intercepted have steps in common and should, if possible, be done together.
The quests Hadden's Earring, Restoring Ghoulbane, A Missing Mask and War and Wardrobe have steps in common and should, if possible, be done together.
Reaching Blade of the Assassin and The Teachings of Yoru need certain mobs/npc in the Antonica, Enchanted Lands and Rivervale and can be completed together at times.
The quests Training is a Shield and The Rescue of the Green Hoods have steps in common and should, if possible, be done together.
If you have completed Berik's Revenge and possess Berik, Sword of Thunder you can use Berik on the Bone Bladed Claymore on the final step of this HQ to create the Electrified Bone Bladed Claymore
Although it is a level 55 quest, A Thread of Hope involves Shadow Odyssey zones that scale to the player's level. For example, if you are a level 80 group, you will have to run a level 80+ instance of The Deep Forge. Also, it may be beneficial to work on the pre-quest for "A Thread of Hope", (which is "Tinkering with Toggery") at the same time as doing "The Lost Legend of Lavastorm" and/or "Saving Soles" as all three quests involve adventuring and harvesting in Lavastorm.
The The Symbol in the Flesh Heritage Quest has a sub-quest, Ghoulbane Empowered, but the latter does not itself count as a Heritage Quest.
The Cloak of Flames Timeline behaves like a Signature Quest series. There are 12 quests in the series starting with the Collection quest An Old Memoir. However, only the final quest in the series, The Fourth Warrior - Unification, counts as a Heritage Quest.
The Trail to the Past Heritage Quest behaves like a Signature Quest series. There are 3 quests in the series, starting with this one, followed by The Broken Pen and A Gnomish Master Plan. In this case, however, all three quests count as Heritage Quests.
The Greenmist Timeline Heritage Quest behaves like a Signature Quest series. There are 5 quests in the series, The Name of Fear, The Word of Fear, The Call of Fear, The Path of Fear and The Triumph of Fear. In this case, however, all five quests count as Heritage Quests.
The Dark Mail Gauntlets Timeline behaves like a Signature Quest series. There are 6 quests in the series starting with the quest Mysterious Mark. However, only the final quest in the series, The Means to an End..., counts as a Heritage Quest.
The The Bow of Underfoot Timeline behaves like a Signature Quest series. There are 4 quests in the series starting with the quest Ritsy Delivery. However, only the final quest in the series, Ritsy's Lucky String, counts as a Heritage Quest.
The Coldain Insignia Ring Timeline behaves like a Signature Quest series. There are 10 quests in the series starting with the quest Copper Coldain Insignia Ring. In this case, however, all ten quests count as Heritage Quests.
This is the first and only tradeskill Heritage Quest and requires to be level 90 in a tradeskill.
The Beauty's Only Skin Deep Heritage Quest has two sub-quests, Besought Baubles and Unhappily Ever After. In this case, all three quests count as Heritage Quests.
When most Heritage Quest rewards are examined, you are given the choice to mount them. This turns the reward into a House Item. If you examine the House Item you are given the choice to unmount it. You must unmount it if you wish to use it or to sell it.
When completing Heritage Quests on a time-locked progression server (currently Kaladim in 2019) you will be rewarded with an Inheritance Voucher for that item. This is a permanent bonus that allows any character on your account (on any server) to purchase that heritage item from the Inheritance Merchant for 0 copper an unlimited number of times.
There are suffix titles that may be won by completing Heritage Quests. To receive the title, speak to Sage Indis Surion in The Concordium Tower in South Qeynos (yellow portal), Sage Navarius Orvalis in the Academy of Arcane Science in North Freeport, Sage Piritta Silvarri in Kelethin in Greater Faydark, or Sage Ricka Stonehide in New Halas in Frostfang Sea after completing the required number of Heritage Quests.
|# of HQs||Title|
|5||The Treasure Hunter|
|10||The Lore Seeker|
|20||The Relic Keeper|
|30||The Artifact Raider|