10.0 Quest Log
Quickly and easily track quests for your party so you don't miss out on any XP or game events! Quests are separated into four sections: Unbegun, Progress, Completed, and Failed.
The left side of the log lists out your quests, separated into four status sections. Keeping the quest status up-to-date will help filter out quests you have completed or failed, etc. Clicking a quest in the list will populate the Quest Details on the right. To edit or delete a quest, click the name in the list and the buttons will be at the bottom of the Quest Details pane.
10.1 Creating a Quest
Once in your campaign, head over to "Quest Log" in the left navigation under Session Tools. Click the green "New Quest" button in the top right. Please note, you need RecordKeeper admin (given by your Game Master) to access Quest Log admin controls. It can be a good idea to assign a player as a quest master of sorts, so they can track and update quests for the party.
The Quest Area, Quest Giver, and Quest Type fields allow you to keep track of these important details for quick reference later. The Status dropdown will denote which section the quest shows up under.
The description of the quest is for the main directive. You can format your content using the editor, even add links or an image. The notes box is for you or your party to enter progress details such as people they have talked to or items they have found pertaining to the quest.
You can select a parent quest to nest quests within one another to create a chain or group. These will show up in the Quest Ancestry box within the quest details.