Discussion in 'Wynncraft' started by Bast, Jan 8, 2020.
Dwarves vs Doguns because it had a really deep, fascinating, and heartfelt storyline.
my favourite quest is Point of no Return, it explains a bunch of lore in a cool and interesting way, also has some fun gameplay mechanics and puzzles.
also the end of the quest where you're running at a wall basically trying to convince yourself to stay in happy lutho is, despite litterally just asking me to hold the w key for a minute, my favourite part of the quest
Why are you doing this to me Bast. I dont like quests at all. Enzans Brother I guess. Therck set kinda cute
One Thousand Meters under;
Spoiler: Small wall of text
When I started playing Wynncraft a few years ago, I started an archer and levelled it slowly but surely. I tried to get 100% quest completion on it (at the time), and one of my most memorable quests was 1000 meters under. When you start coming to Ahmsord, almost everybody probably fell off into the void. I must say myself, I did that quite a lot of times. It allows you to explore the void that took your life many times. Also, when I started levelling other classes to 100, I found that 1000 meters under was the most enjoyable quest because you are basically playing multiple "minigames" like survive and press the button, other than go here, go here.
I like "a grave mistake" best, because I never would actually play a real horror game, and that's the closest you can get so it's still fun to play
Fav Quest: Beyond The Grave
In case you forgot what the quest is about, it’s a about a rather amusing encounter with Death after the player fails to slay a beast. The idea behind encountering Death many times and not remembering it is really interesting to me. We die a lot as players(atleast I do), and the fact that we dont remember anything after death is quite strange indeed. Death simply states that we have met her/him 326 times but everytime we respawn, our memory gets erased, which again to me is REALLY interesting. This quest also has a lot of jokes about death, so it’s a nice break from doing all other long quests in Canyon of The Lost(ecspecially the terrain). After the quest i felt some sort of connection to Death, since he has a humorous and chill character, which really contradicts how people view Death in general, i dont think anyone would think Death is a chill dude. Also for HIC players, this quest must be ironic to you since you actually never died.
My favorite quest is: A Sandy Scandal
The quest is a rather fun case of detective work, where unlike other detective quests it isn't "hmm, look blood stains, oh look a key!" but instead shows complex flashbacks, clear signs of robbery and tracks of evidence, also it's one of those few quests that use cutscenes! Which I adore. The end part of having to defuse TNT is genuinely a bit challenging if you become overwhelmed! Fun quest overall, I also liked the revamped Wrath Of The Mummy for some interesting builds, some puzzle and a VERY challenging bossfight. I also like the stealth part in Rymek in Kingdom Of Sand.
Fun puzzle and good way of giving lore
I like the Hive Quest (and ToA but more the Hive) because it doesn't really need to be done all at once. I like going through a floor/division every once in a while. Also, the exp scaling is nice.
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A journey Further Beyond because stabby stabby an npc you knew for a long time but haven't seen him at all
Because it's so complex and u need 3 other people for it. I love it.
my favorite Quest is The Uitmate Weapon because it gives money :)
Belly of the beast because it got me into the vore fetish
hunters calling because the story is nice
Beyond The Grave.
Not only do I love the build of Death's Realm and his mansion, the place is just filled with little easter eggs, funny dialogue, 4th wall breaks, and lore, while not being super interested into it myself, is still nice.
Also, this was the first unique boss that stood out to me when I first played this quest. The fact that you aren't meant to directly kill the monster (although you still can) but instead have to destroy a pillar holding up the roof to let it collapse and killing the monster that way, has always really stood out to me, even if bosses have been getting better and better since then.
also my ign is fadedshades
If I d on't win, this is rigged and I am reporting for scams
My favorite quest is "Recover the Past"
My reason: The quest is very well thought out and helps answer "where did you come from?" As well as make you even more curious. I found the revamp of the quest very exciting to try and I hope to see more back story quests in the future.
Ps. I think it's very sweet that you're giving away a mythic. Good luck to all!
Flight in Distress
I really like the whole adventure on the airship that you experience and the song that you hear in the quest is also one of my favorite in the ost.
Also the Star Wars reference is epic.
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