On the language quest, we have Faelie and Faerlie. Which spelling is correct? --Florence Sopher of Lucan D'Lere 01:20, 4 November 2006 (CET)

Nice revamp Edit

I like the cleanup on this. I think we should go look at some of the racial and district timelines and see if we can't get them all to look more like this. Or more consistently like this, rather. Some aren't far off.--Kodia 01:46, 18 November 2006 (CET)

Grender Series Edit

The first quest on the Grender series (Lady Katri) says that you can't get this quest if you have any of the later quests. Does this mean that if you take any of the later quest series' (i.e. Fae Spirit and Whittier) you have completely borked your ability to get the Grender series? Or does it just mean that you can't get the Lady Katri quest, but can somehow jump into the next one (An Introduction to the Fae)?

If the latter... how? I'd like to do the Grender series (to get the cape and to get the AA for the named kill) but don't know how to get the quest.


Timeline is a mess. There are so many removed quests that are still linked to the timeline flow from the individual quest pages, and now I'm finding out that the quests skip around depending on your race and also include a quest not even listed on the timeline.

Quests that skip: From Fae race only series goes to Paper Trained Kobolds, skips Scorched Skeletons of the Spires. The quest Missing Sister appears at the Shadow Spire Outpost for faes, but so far not appearing for high elf main (will test on other non-fae fresh alt). The quest Arcane Disruption seems to be missing entirely, which is allegedly between Scorched Skellies and Paper Trained.

I'm not sure how to go about editing the individual quest pages, not only for the messy skipped/missing quests, but in general. Not a lot of quests lead to other quests anymore or have other NPC quest pre-reqs, save for the Fae-only series. Maybe reference by NPC only? Sabershadowkat (talk) 18:25, February 24, 2019 (UTC)

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