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Main Article: Challenges
Challenges offer quick, skilling related tasks that you can complete given your levels and quest progression. These can be completed but not handed in for a reward, however they will still appear in your list of Challenges to serve as a reminder of what you can do. More will become visible as you level up in the various skills. Check back often to see what you can do!
As well as normal Challenges, there are also Daily Challenges (show in the image above). You get one a day - randomly selected from the main Challenge list - up to a total of five, and they are in a range of skills. These will be highlighted with a gold star on a red background on the Challenges tab.
If you complete a Daily Challenge, you will not receive a replacement until the next day. The same occurs if you complete all 5 of your Daily Challenges - you can still only get one new Daily Challenge per day.
It should be noted that if there is a Daily Challenge in slot 5, it will be pushed out of the Daily Challenge list when it expires. This means you will lose it as a reward, even if it was currently in progress, or even complete and awaiting hand in.
Some Daily Challenges require you to hand in items. For this type of Challenge, when you have completed the required number of actions (e.g. you have smithed 2 bronze platebodies for the "Smith 10 bars worth of bronze equipment" Challenge) you should hand these in to the Imperial Guard Quartermaster. The items are taken from you (whether they are in your inventory or bank) and you are then given a reward.
The quests tab lists all of the quests in the game, allowing your to order or filter these in a variety of ways.
By default your quests are sorted alphabetically. Quests are colour coded as follows:
You can order your quests in various ways using the drop down box:
There are also two buttons: one to hide any quests that you do not have the levels to start ('filter') and the other to hide all completed quests ('hide done').
Clicking on the title of a quest will bring up the quest overview which will tell you:
Note that some quests do not have this, and instead they will show the quest journal when their title is clicked. For quests that do have an overview, you can access the quest journal by clicking the "View Journal" button at the bottom of the interface.
The quest journal is a summary of your progress within the selected quest.
If you have already started a quest, the quest summary will tell you how far you have gotten, as well as giving you hints as to what to do next.
If you have completed the quest, you will see a run through of what you achieved in the quest, but you will also be given a button in the bottom left corner so that you can return to the summary page to see what rewards you received (these will not be hidden now that the quest has been completed).
Main Article: Achievements
Clicking the Achievements tab on the top of the Noticeboard interface will open the interface pictured above. The Achievements are displayed as icons with their type, difficulty and whether you've completed them or not displayed on the right of each icon. Hovering over an icon will give you the Achievement name, and you can click on an individual icon for more details.
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Clicking on an Achievement here will display more information about it including its name, the set that it belongs to and its difficulty level (both explained on the Achievement page), a description of the Achievement, and sometimes even a hint on how to go about completing it. There will also be some information on what rewards you can gain by completing all Achievements in the set that it belongs to (see the rewards section under Achievements).
The options menu in the top-right of the Achievements tab allows you to change the settings of the Noticeboard and Active Task menu. For example, if desired, you can hide completed tasks, and hide Achievements that do not pertain to a given Achievement set. The options that are available to you are as follows:
The minigames tab of the Noticeboard provides recommendations and an easy way to get to several Minigames. These are filterable by combat/non-combat, and multi-player/single-player games.
Clicking on the title on the left side of the interface will bring up a description of the minigame in the right-hand pane, and will allow you to be teleported straight to the minigame.
You can view all of the minigame Challenges on this page.
The minigames tab is only available for members.