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1-12-2010 @ 1:22PM
This is really a nifty addon. There are a couple of caveats, though. It doesn't differentiate between repeatable quests and normal ones. It gets confused about whether the quest has been completed when it's technically not ABLE to be completed; repeatable quests don't have the same "on/off switch" regular quests do. However, the addon allows you to "Ignore" quests like this.Sometimes it isn't able to figure out if a regular quest has been completed or not. I had a few in The Barrens like this - I ended up chasing down the quest giver only to find he had nothing to offer me. I don't really blame the addon. Given the complexity of Blizzard's database, hiccups are expected.I'll add that using QuestHelper and Cartographer along with EveryQuest/TomTom/LightHeaded makes for a very efficient Loremaster-chasing experience. I prefer Cart's terrain textures over the hand-drawn default maps, and QH adds turn-in points and mob locations over it. Be aware that all those loaded up consume a lot of memory...
1-29-2010 @ 2:45AM
While I haven't tried EveryQuest yet, it occurs to me that one possible explanation is that sometimes quests are not available if you've completed quests further on. Consider, for example, breadcrumb quests. There may be three or four different breadcrumb quests pointing you at a particular questing hub, but once you start questing there, even if you never did ANY of the breadcrumb quests, all those breadcrumb quests become unavailable to you. (Usually these quests don't count for Loremaster anyway, so it's no big loss to not have them.)
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