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[Premium][14+ Quests] JQuester : GE Support | Quest Presets | Quest Queuing

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DUE TO SOME QUESTS LACKING TRACKABLE GAME SETTINGS, THIS SCRIPT WILL RUN INTO ERRORS IF STARTED / STOPPED MID WAY THROUGH QUESTS. QUESTS ARE ONLY 100% SUPPORTED FROM START TO FINISH. QUESTS THAT LACK GAME SETTINGS ARE DENOTED WITH A PURPLE COLOUR IN THE QUEST LIST.

 

Supported Quests [Green = Completed, Orange = In Testing, Red = Not yet in development, Purple = Completed, but Lacks Game Settings so bugs may occur.]:

F2P

Black Knight’s Fortress

Cooks Assistant

The Corsair’s Curse

Demon Slayer

Doric’s Quest

Dragon Slayer

Ernest the Chicken

Goblin Diplomacy

Imp Catcher

The Knight’s Sword

Misthalin Mystery

Pirate’s Treasure

Prince Ali Rescue

The Restless Ghost

Romeo & Juliet

Rune Mysteries

Sheep Shearer

Vampire Slayer

Witch’s Potion

P2P

Druidic Ritual

Lost City

Witch's House

 

Progress Reports:

Spoiler

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Script Support Discord:

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One way to keeping track of progress for purple quests is saving a record of what tasks have been completed in that quest. So maybe keep a folder somewhere with .txt files for each quest started, and add lines to that .txt file as tasks are completed in that quests's task tree. Then load the files at runtime to see what progress has been completed.

EDIT: May want to also save the name of the account that the progress was made on to support multiple accounts doing this.

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1 minute ago, IceKontroI said:

One way to keeping track of progress for purple quests is saving a record of what tasks have been completed in that quest. So maybe keep a folder somewhere with .txt files for each quest started, and add lines to that .txt file as tasks are completed in that quests's task tree. Then load the files at runtime to see what progress has been completed.

 EDIT: May want to also save the name of the account that the progress was made on to support multiple accounts doing this.

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That's not a bad idea at all... much neater than relying on booleans which I'd currently resorted to for said quests. Thanks for the suggestion. :) 

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50 minutes ago, IceKontroI said:

One way to keeping track of progress for purple quests is saving a record of what tasks have been completed in that quest. So maybe keep a folder somewhere with .txt files for each quest started, and add lines to that .txt file as tasks are completed in that quests's task tree. Then load the files at runtime to see what progress has been completed.

EDIT: May want to also save the name of the account that the progress was made on to support multiple accounts doing this.

@HeyImJamie

 

@IceKontroI Or open quest journal. Lines are changing almost every time during quest completion.

 

@HeyImJamie Congratulations on releasing quest script. Good luck with Misthalin Mystery though. :D

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Just now, deva said:

 

@IceKontroI Or open quest journal. Lines are changing almost every time during quest completion.

 

 @HeyImJamie Congratulations on releasing quest script. Good luck with Misthalin Mystery though. :D

Opening journal, checking lines and handling lines is a lot more effort than storing completion in a text/properties file :P Thanks!

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Just now, HeyImJamie said:

Wouldn't it become trackable fairly quickly? It's something I could look into when this script is further down the line, and would likely stop quests breaking.

I don't think your script's functionality should rely on manually checking the book or any interface, it's too pattern forming. But if you occasionally load the quest journal entry for the script's current quest, it may serve as a nice antiban since this is something players actually do sometimes.

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1 minute ago, IceKontroI said:

I don't think your script's functionality should rely on manually checking the book or any interface, it's too pattern forming. But if you occasionally load the quest journal entry for the script's current quest, it may serve as a nice antiban since this is something players actually do sometimes.

Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I do quite like the amendment you suggested, in which I'll store a text / properties file based on account username to hopefully reduce the chances of quests such as Pirate's treasure and Demon slayer, as well as future quests from breaking when they're restarted.

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Update 18/06/2018

- Script now has a Paint!

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- GE Fixes: Price grabbing will now default to the GE API if RSBuddy's is down.

- Quest Status Support : Script now has the ability to save quest completion for quests that have a lack of game settings, which in turn should reduce bugs created by stopping / starting accounts mid completion. IT WILL NOT STOP ISSUES CAUSED ON QUESTS THAT HAVE BEEN PARTIALLY COMPLETED BY THE USER. This feature will also allow 'personal' equipment support for each quest, which is soon to come.

- Prince Ali Rescue is in development. The next release will include quests: Black Knight's Fortress, Demon Slayer and Prince Ali Rescue.

Enjoy ❤️ 

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23 minutes ago, CyberWizard said:

why cant i quest cape from scratch wtf???

 

 

On a serious note, seriously nice release. Hopefully you can keep this updated, I think a lot of people will appreciate this. I know once more quests are added, even if it becomes premium I'll be using this a lot.

If only I had the time to write that many quests :( It will most likely be becoming Premium, but in turn that will allow for continued development. I have a lot of Quests planned, and if you have any specifics you'd like added (Don't go asking for MM2), feel free to join the Script Discord and pop me a message :) Thanks for the message! ❤️ 

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On 6/21/2018 at 5:34 PM, HeyImJamie said:

If only I had the time to write that many quests :( It will most likely be becoming Premium, but in turn that will allow for continued development. I have a lot of Quests planned, and if you have any specifics you'd like added (Don't go asking for MM2), feel free to join the Script Discord and pop me a message :) Thanks for the message! ❤️ 

nmz scripts pls

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