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This article is about the game interface panel. For a list of Quests, see List of quests.
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Quest List sorted by membership status required to do the quest and filtered.

Quest List sorted by progress of completion.

Quest List sorted by difficulty level of the quest and filtered.

Quest List sorted by appearance in the historical timeline and filtered.

Quest list sorted by length and filtered.

The Quest List, also called the Quest Journal, is a panel of the game interface. This journal shows the complete list of quests. As of 19 September 2012, the list is located in the Noticeboard.

Sorting feature

On 25 February 2009, the Quest List was upgraded with the sorting feature, and more options were added on 26 November 2013. The ability to sort the list by length was added on 4 December 2017. This feature enabled members to sort quests based on:

  • Free/Members
  • Progress
  • Difficulty
  • Timeline
  • Length


Free to play players can only use the Free/Members sorting option, and will be told that more advanced sorting options are available to members if they try to pick another.


The list is coloured-coded based on the progress made in each quest:

  • Yellow (In progress)
  • Green (Complete)
  • Red (Not started)
  • Aqua (Marked on map)


The list is sorted based on the difficulty of each quest:


The list is sorted based on the chronological order of the quests with respect to the historical timeline:

  • Fifth Age
  • Ambiguous
  • Sixth Age


The list is sorted based on the estimated time taken to finish the quest:

  • Short
  • Short to Medium
  • Medium
  • Medium to Long
  • Long
  • Long to Very Long
  • Very Long
  • Very, Very Long

Filter/Hide done

At the top of the quest list are three checkboxes, "Filter 1", "Filter 2" and "Hide Done". Clicking on "Filter 1" allows players to view all quests which are not otherwise filtered, or only view the recommended quests for their levels. By clicking on "Filter 2", the quests that players do not have the requirements to complete are sorted out of the list . The "Hide Done" checkbox prevents the quest list from showing quests that the player has finished.

When this feature was first introduced, players were unaware of the changes made to the Quest List, and noticed that some quests were missing from their list. This can be fixed by unchecking the "Filter" option, as the default setting was to filter quests that players were unable to start.

Quest points

At the bottom of the journal, the number of quest points obtained out of the total amount possible is displayed.


Clicking on a quest name shows a screen with:

  • How to start the quest (if the player has not started it)
    • The required quests, skill and combat levels, and items
  • How to progress further in the quest
  • What the player has already done in the quest

Clicking on a quest that has been completed (displayed in green) shows a screen with:

  • What the player did during the quest
  • The reward(s) obtained

Useful Journals

After completing certain quests, the Quest journal will give new information.

See also