Client Version: 3.3.5
Questhelper tells you how to finish your quests in the easiest, fastest manner. It includes a database of quests, monsters, and items, telling you the exact location of that dang Perfect Satyr Horn you can’t find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests – and gain experience – as quickly as possible.
For the most part, you just install it and leave it alone. It should hopefully be smart enough to do The Right Thing, and not require you to meddle with it.
The task QuestHelper thinks you should do first is displayed on your minimap, which you can mouse over for a description. If the task isn’t in your current zone, then it will point towards where QuestHelper thinks you should go to get there, such as a flight master or the zone border.
All the tasks QuestHelper wants you to do are displayed on the World Map. There are ‘marching ants’ connecting the objectives, showing you the order QuestHelper thinks you should complete them in.
You can right click on an objective to get a list of options for it.
You can right click anywhere on a menu to hide it, or select the Close Menu command from the end of the menu.
There are 5 different priority levels an objective can have: “Highest, High, Normal, Low,” and “Lowest”.
Most objectives default to “Normal”. Objectives for timed quests default to “High”. User created objectives default to “Highest”. QuestHelper will try to arrange the objectives so that higher priority objectives get done first.
You can use priorities as hints to get the objectives in an order you’d prefer, without the need to micro-manage the route list.
You can force QuestHelper to show an objective that otherwise would have been filtered by typing ##/qh hidden## and selecting “Show” from its entry in the menu.