Questing has long been a tradition on HexOnyx, giving players a chance to
take a break from the monotony of levelling to challenge themselves and
compete with other players. A range of rewards exist for questing, from gold and potions, to components and equipment for
higher stake competitions. Your eq is safeguarded in quests unless otherwise mentioned.
On Hex, quests are run by Questing Immortals. They are not pre-programmed, and participation is not required
The 'quest' command will put a flag in your title indicating that you wish
to participate in a quest announced by another character. This also allows
you to hear and be heard on the quest-channel.
Help is available for specific quests, once you're connected to Hex: type in HELP QUESTS for a complete listing
of currently available quests. Choose any quest from the list for additional help on the topic. A listing can also
be accessed via the quest-types list.
Components (or comps) are objects that you collect thru questing or haggling with your fellow MUDders.
Collect them in order to buy quest eq [Eq which is
better then in game eq] thereby improving your character.
The current list is always found in Mistress Drucilla's shop (N,W,N of the Town Center in Present Drag'adim.)
Buybacks and Potion Trade-Ins
Drucilla offers the trading in of quest potions for components. She offers
1 random component per 10 quest potions traded in and 1 component of your pick
per 15 quest potions traded in. She will accept the following potions:
- a Can of Whoop-Ass
- Vox's Potion of Power
- Marduk's Elixir of the Gods
- a red quest potion
- a potion of defense
- some nectar of life
Mistress Drucilla is happy to buyback any quest items she currently
sells. She will buy your quest eq back for one-half the cost
option two total component price. You will get none of the gold
or ingame eq back. The compents you recieve must be made up of the
components types needed to make the quest eq you are selling. You
get to pick which components you get back. You can never get more
of a specific type of component then is needed to purchase the item
at the cost two quest store pricing option. All items sold back
must be imprinted to the character that sells it.