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Quests are tasks given to the player allowing them to progress through the story or obtain rewards. They are split in main quests that directly relate to the main story campaign and side quests which are optional and provide various rewards.
Main quests drive the central narrative of the game. They unlock new content, such as permitting the player to travel to previously inaccessible area. Main quests are sequential and require completion of the previous main quest.
- represents a main quest on the on the Quest Tracker.
- represents the location of the next objective of a main quest on the map.
- First Steps
- Flight of the Narwhal
- Adventure in the Myrisles
- A trip to Kisiwa...
- Shipwrecked in Tucma!
- First Aid
- Free Matthew
- Beached Narwhal
- Water Supply
- Find Kemal
- The Battle of Kisiwa
Side quests are optional tasks that have no direct bearing on the progression of the main plot and can be completed at the player's discretion. Completing side quests rewards the player with various rewards such as healing or gear items.
- represents a side quest on the on the Quest Tracker.
- represents the starting location of a side quest on the map.
- represents the location of the next objective of a side quest on the map.
"Requirements" for side quests only include additional criteria that are required after reaching the starting NPC. For example, Paparazzo requires you to have obtained a surfboard and an airship ticket to even reach the NPC. However, that is assumed in the requirements of reaching Omninesia so only the Lift Key is listed under requirements. Additionally only the most advanced requirement is listed. For example, Better Future: Ariadne requires a Lift Key and access to Kisiwa; because having a lift key is a requirement for reaching Kisiwa, only the latter is listed.
The wiki calls 2 types of side quest lists. The details among them vary and may not be accurate.