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7-05-2010 @ 4:52PM
@Arktic: No, not what was said at all. If the quest says to take the item to some NPC, you need to take it to some NPC.What the system is for is a quest like this: you discover some item that drops, and instead of standing around going "I can't figure out what to do with this, I better bring it to some specific NPC that, despite the fact that I haven't got a clue about it, I know precisely who does." -- you instead do this: "Ah, this widget seems to indicate that these mobs share some connection with the centaur tribe to the north. Perhaps I should head north and investigate this further." So, you take on the quest and head north without going to talk to some NPC because you're not simply a meatheaded, axe-swinging doofus, but in fact are an intelligent adventurer capable of deciding what to do next in the field, without consulting some NPC in some distant town.
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