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Very First Quests To Do In P2p?

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#1 User2392345123



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Posted 02 June 2009 - 02:32 PM

Which quests should I do in P2P? I just became P2P and I'm lost.
Or should I do something else than questing first?
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#2 Bust A Nut

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Posted 02 June 2009 - 02:39 PM

Recipe for Disaster (Barrows Gloves, Dragon gloves if you dont have enough qps)
Monkey Madness (Dragon Scimitar)
Lost City (Dragon long and dagger)

My first members quest was Gertrude's Cat, though.
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#3 Blackcat8742



Posted 02 June 2009 - 02:46 PM

Some more which are quite advisable are:

- Animal Magnetism
- Heroes Quest
- Desert Treasure
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Posted 02 June 2009 - 02:52 PM

Just get bare essentials done, Animal Magnetism, Desert Treasure, Monkey Madness, Regicide, Death Plateau, Recipe For Disaster to name but a few. If you're PKing then there will be lists somewhere on this site, i can't be bothered to search for it though >.>
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Posted 02 June 2009 - 03:26 PM

As no one else mentioned it, you have to do priest in peril otherwise the whole of mortanyia is out of bounds. But otherwise, pretty much the same quests as everyone else suggested
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Posted 02 June 2009 - 03:42 PM

Here's some important ones that help out a bunch:

Animal Magnetism - Ava's Accumulator, it picks up arrows for you
Dig Site - This is nice to get done with, because it's used for some other quests
Family Crest - Cooking Gauntlets
Fishing Contest - Just a bit faster traveling through White Wolf Mts
Gertrude's Cat - Don't really need it, but it's nice to have a cat :)
Heroes Quest - Dragon BattleAxe and Mace, plus charging glory
Lost City - You should defiantly get this one done ASAP, dragon weapons are a big plus
Merlin's Crystal - You don't really have to do this one, but it's a hefty 6 QP and it's easy to do
Plague City - Ardounge Teleport
Priest In Peril - Opens up Mortyia (sp?) which is pretty big. It's a big plus for other quests
Smokin Kill - It's good for slayer
Monkey Madness - It's good for Dragon Scim, not 100% necessary to start off though
Wolf Whistle - Starts Summoning
Druidic Ritual - Starts Herblore

You don't need to do them all, but they are good start points.
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Posted 02 June 2009 - 04:15 PM

The grand tree - Allows use of gliders
Tree gnome village - Allows use of spirit trees
Watchtower quest - Watchtower teleport (can use duel ring and run to yanille if you want to)
Plaque city - Adrougne teleport
Shilo village - One of the fastest fishing xp area there
Start Giant dwarf - access to keldagrim and after completing you can access better gravestones from sculptor
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#8 apollo81001



Posted 02 June 2009 - 04:42 PM

Some more which are quite advisable are:

- Animal Magnetism
- Heroes Quest
- Desert Treasure

Desert Treasure?

that's 1 of the hardest quests in p2p.
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Posted 02 June 2009 - 05:14 PM

Get some real important quests done first:
-Animal Magnetism
-Priest in Peril
-Wolf Whistle
-Lost City
-Tree Gnome Village
-Grand Tree
-Monkey Madness
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