Posted by: Grumpy | April 18, 2012

MoP Beta: What To Do When A Quest-line Can’t Be Completed!

Check your map for "!" marks.

We all know that there are bugs in Mists of Pandaria. That’s what us beta testers are supposed to be doing, finding and reporting bugs, so that Blizzard can fix them before release. With that being said, there are a number of quests that are bugged and can’t be completed. Right now there are 4 quests in the Jade Forest that just seem to defy everyone. Acid Rain, Wisdom of the Ages, The Jade Witch, and Getting Permission.

And since you can’t complete them you can’t go any farther, right?

WRONG!

First, make sure you’ve given Blizzard feedback on the broken quests here! Once that is done, read farther…

If you’re stuck and can’t go any farther the first thing to do is look at your map. They’ve marked quests that you can pick up with little exclamation points now. If you see any, go there and pick up the quests.

Or you could check out the following places that have quests that are outside of the main quest-line.

  • Woods of the Lost (Find the dead sprite’s body to get the quest)
  • Chun-Tian Monastery
  • Nectarbreeze Orchard
  • Dawn’s Blossom (This one needs to be opened by completing earlier quests. So it depends on where you’re stuck.)
  • The Arboretum

Finally if there’s nothing else left to do, run Temple of the Jade Serpent until you ding 86, then you can do quests in the Valley of the Four Winds (Just southeast of the Jade Forest). Where you can learn all about game crashing turtles. 😉

Enjoy!

P.S. You know those quests that are bugged? Try doing them right after a server restart. Most of them will work then and only bug out after time.

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  1. Thanks for linking to two of my posts 🙂
    This last round going though Jade forest on my priest, I seemed to get caught on a lot more bugged quests.

  2. Just letting you know that my blog address has changed. Pls update any links you have to: http://www.bubblesofmischief.com


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