Questing isn’t necessarily for everyone, although they are a major part of Warcraft.

So here is a Wow Quest Guide which lists a few of the reasons why you would want to take up a quest, as well as a few bits of information that can come in handy when you’re deciding whether or not to take a quest.

– You should first know that quests once taken, can be abandoned with no penalty accrued.

– They can also be reacquired as well if you feel the urge to do so again.

– By taking on a quest you’re giving yourself a splendid reason to go exploring.

– You can expand your horizons, obtain loot and experience, and you can also familiarize yourself with the world of Warcraft.

– There are also a number of other items to be found when going on quests.

– Some quests have a number of rewards to choose from – this means that you won’t be stuck with something you don’t want, as you can choose the item that you want or need most.

– Quests also range in difficulty levels, going from the very simple to the more twisted and complicated.

– And if you’re thinking that you don’t have enough time to spend questing, there’s nothing to worry about, quests can come in single-step form, where you can finish off the quest in one go, or in multiple-step form which will build up and conclude as you go along.

– Quests are also available in the form of large-party-quests, or single-person quests.

– And don’t worry if you fail at a quest there’s no shame in it – or penalty either for that matter – and if you want you can always go back and acquire that quest again.

– If you’re going into the dungeons or instances, you should always make sure that you have all the necessary quests. This will ensure that you have no need to go back and fight those monsters all over again.

– Another thing to remember is, that unlike xp, which is shared by a party, quest rewards are personal things and your party members won’t receive their rewards unless they too have accepted the quest in their own turn.


Source by Seb Branson