Classes of Camelot Frequently Asked Questions
What different types of quests are there?
There are three types of quests - normal quests, guild quests, and epic quests. Each has their own personality: Normal quests are quests that anyone can get by just talking to NPCs. Race and/or class restrict only a few normal quests. Guild quests are quests provided by any of your guild trainers. Only your specific class can get quests from your guild trainer. Epic quests are quests that span most of your character's life, resulting in many different rewards along the way.
What can I expect from Normal Quests?
When you get a normal quest, you will most likely be asked to kill a certain creature, or creatures eventually. Normal rewards are a good piece of equipment and/or some cash and maybe experience.
What can I expect from Guild Quests?
Guild quests are very similar to normal quests, except the piece of equipment you get will probably be more tailored towards your class, and may even be wearable only by your class. As with the normal quests, you can expect a good piece of equipment, maybe some money, and most likely some experience as well.
What can I expect from Epic Quests?
Epic quests are much different from the other two types of quests, which are usually relatively short, and able to be completed by yourself. Epic quests begin at level 15, and continue at level 20, 25, 30, 40, 43, 45, 48 and 50. Basically, you'll begin the epic by doing some quest steps, and then you'll get to a certain point where you'll have to wait a few more levels until you can continue. You can expect rewards frequently, not just at the very end, and these rewards should be much better than anything else you could get at that level. The downside is that epic quests generally take a long time to complete, and may require you to get some help from a few friends when killing the required monsters.
How do I get started on these quests?
The easiest way is to go talk to your guild trainer. At early levels, he should offer you a new quest pretty often. A dialog box will come up, with some text, and words in bright white. These highlighted words are click-able, but if you want you can also /say them with the NPC targeted. Either way, after clicking or asking further and getting some background on the quest, a message box will pop up saying 'Do you accept the XXX quest?' At that point, if you say 'OK,' you can begin the quest.
I'm stuck. This is stupid.
Don't give up just yet. Have you checked your quest journal? It normally gives good details and a better description of exactly what you need to do next.
All right then, where's this magical quest journal?
If you click on the Character Panel, one of the buttons at the bottom says 'Journal.' Click this button, and you can take a look at your quest journal.
That didn't help - I'm giving up.
Well, there's one more place you can go for information, however, this is a spoiler site and should only be visited if you've exhausted all other options:
DaoC Warcry's Quest Database