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Poster: Payuco at 8/19/2006 2:58:46 AM PDT
Subject: Escort quest failure and abandonment
   It is extremely frustrating to find out that you must abandon an escort quest after failing it before you can complete the quest again.

Many escort quests are done in groups, some of which require groups.

Well, if you still have the quest, which does not say failed I might add, and a group member starts the quest, you cannot complete the quest unless you had abandoned and picked it back up again.

Hmm, you still have the quest, but you can't complete it. That makes alot of sense.

This is especially frustrating after trying the prisoner quest in BRD a few times before finally getting it done only to find out you had to abandon the quest and pick it back up to get credit.

Tell me where I was supposed to learn this from? It sure seems like a waste of time and gold to learn it in BRD.

Now after doing this, I did remember old escort quests some, but did not remember having to abandon them. Maybe I did, or maybe I never failed them. I don't know!

My point is, please find a way to make escort quests completable after having failed without having to pick the quest up again if another party member starts the quest again.

Just have it pop up an accept window like I know I've seen before when others have the same quest.

Poster: Caerrus at 8/19/2006 9:38:26 AM PDT
Subject: Re: Escort quest failure and abandonment
   I'm sorry for the frustration that this has caused, Payuco; but it has always been necessary to abandon any failed quest (be it escort or not) in order to reaccept the quest and try it again. Should you feel that this should function differently, I would recommend that you visit our Suggestions Forum in order to propose your ideas. Good luck!
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