|Last updated: Release X.32.2.0|
Every day, the Tinkerer gives players several quests, most of which involve defeating specific dungeon bosses and obtaining their respective mark. Once the player has enough marks for a given quest, the Tinkerer will reward the player with a Quest Chest depending on the difficulty of the quest, along with some other potential rewards depending on the quest.
In addition, he also gives out Scout Quests that only require one dungeon mark but give two Stat Increase Potions that the dungeon boss would have normally given, and Craft Quests that allow for the creation of items like Pet Food and Dye Removers.
On any given day there will always be:
There will never be more than one of the same quest at any given point in time.
The Tinkerer also offers Event Quests in a separate tab, which vary depending on seasonal events. These quests include Skin Quests in which players can exchange Crystals of Fortune for old and Crystals of Extreme Fortune for newly added character and pet skins. The crystals can be commonly obtained from skin Mystery Boxes.
Players can reroll quests for Realm Gold up to two times per day, which does not include event quests. The first reroll costs 100 and the second reroll 250 . Rerolling will replace all daily quests with new quests (open and completed quests alike).
Relatively simple quests that require only one mark from certain dungeons in the Standard Quest Pool. These dungeons include staple sources for the six basic stat increase potions and their rewards are as such.
|Scout the Pit||Scout the Snake Pit and report back here!|
|Scout the Sewers||Scout the Toxic Sewers and report back here!|
|Scout the Abyss||Scout the Abyss of Demons and report back here!|
|Scout the Sprites||Scout the Sprite World and report back here!|
|Scout the Lair||Scout the Undead Lair and report back here!|
|Scout the Theatre||Scout the Puppet Master’s Theatre and report back here!|
|Scout the Woods||Scout the Magic Woods and report back here!|
|Scout the Library||Scout the Cursed Library and report back here!|
Basic quests for low-level dungeons that can be completed by weak characters who have low-tier equipment and have not reached level 20.
|The Pirate King||Defeat Dreadstump the Pirate King in the Pirate Cave.|
|The Mama||Defeat Mama Megamoth in the Forest Maze.|
|The Spider Queen||Defeat Arachna the Spider Queen in the Spider Den.|
|The Masked God||Defeat Mixcoatl the Masked God in the Forbidden Jungle.|
|The Queen Bee||Defeat the Queen Bee in the Hive.|
|Run the Table||Get rid of all these lowly monsters and I’ll get some good gear for you.|
Dungeons in this quest pool can be generally be completed by level 20 characters with mid-tier equipment but without maxed stats.
|The Snake Queen||Defeat Stheno in the Snake Pit.|
|The Sprite Goddess||Defeat Limon in the Sprite World.|
|The Titan||Defeat the Sandstone Titan in the Ancient Ruins.||
|The Ghost God||Defeat Septavius in the Undead Lair.|
|The Archdemon||Defeat Malphas in the Abyss of Demons.|
|The Slime God||Defeat Gulpord in the Toxic Sewers.|
|The Puppet Master||Defeat The Puppet Master in the Theatre.|
|The Fountain Spirit||Defeat the Fountain Spirit in the Magic Woods.||
|The Archivist||Defeat Avalon in the Cursed Library!|
|The Apparition||Defeat the Ghost of Skuld in the Haunted Cemetery.|
|The Vampire Lord||Defeat Lord Ruthven in the Manor of the Immortals.|
|The Mad Scientist||Defeat Dr. Terrible in the Mad Lab.|
|To the Mountains!||Head to the mountains to take down Oryx’s generals!|
|Smite the Undead!||Put these ones back in their graves, would ya?|
|As Above, So Below||Take to the skies and sink to the depths for this quest!|
|Blessings and Curses||Life is all about balance, wouldn’t you agree?|
|Demonhunter||I don’t think Holy Water will cut it for these ones!|
|That’s the Spirit||All sorts of ghouls lurk in the realm, some more frightening than others!|
|Rainbow Road||Bring me some marks while you search for stat potions!|
|The Cost of Wisdom||I was never the most book smart, but there’s still time for you!|
|Dimensional Foes||Slay Limon the Sprite Goddess and the Tesseract Goddess.||
These quests draw mostly from higher-end dungeons intended for level 20 characters with high-tier equipment and preferably at least maxed Defense and Speed. The exception is the Cave of a Thousand Treasures, a medium-level dungeon that is in this pool simply due to its rarity.
|The Effigy||Defeat the Golden Oryx Effigy in the Cave of a Thousand Treasures.|
|The New King||Defeat Jon Bilgewater in the Deadwater Docks.|
|The Megamoth||Defeat the Murderous Megamoth in the Woodland Labyrinth.|
|The Prodigal Son||Defeat the Son of Arachna in the Crawling Depths.|
|The Mermaid Goddess||Defeat Thessal the Mermaid Goddess in the Ocean Trench.|
|The Nightmare||Defeat the Nightmare Colony in the Parasite Chambers.|
|The Ghost Pirate||Defeat Davy Jones on his Ghost Ship.|
|The Elemental Wyvern||Defeat the Ivory Wyvern in the Lair of Draconis.|
|The Fallen||Defeat Daichi in the Mountain Temple.|
|The Unwilling||Defeat Esben the Unwilling in the Ice Cave.|
|The Ancients||Defeat Geb in the Tomb of the Ancients.|
|The Goddess||Defeat the Tesseract Goddess in The Third Dimension.|
|The Mad God||Defeat Oryx the Mad God in his chamber.|
|The Doorwarden||Defeat Janus the Doorwarden in Oryx’s Castle.|
|Double Trouble||Put a stop to Oryx and his Doorwarden!|
|Epic Showdown||Slay Jon Bilgewater, the Son of Arachna, and the Murderous Megamoth to be rewarded.|
|Exterminate!||Get rid of those overgrown insects!|
|Unsettling Foes||Defeat these creepy combatants for a prize!|
|Long Forgotten||Many forgot about these ancient foes. Aye, but not me!|
|Thar be Pirates!||Avast! Clear out the pirate presence in the realm!|
|Lost and Found||People say some things are best left forgotten. I heartily disagree!|
|Ocean Man||With how vast the realm is, you’d think Oryx wouldn’t care for the high seas.|
Dungeons in this quest pool are very high-level to endgame and are meant for characters with high- to top-tier equipment and most stats maxed. These dungeons can easily kill even experienced players.
|The Killer Queen||Defeat the Killer Bee Queen in the Nest.|
|The King||Defeat the Forgotten King in the Shatters.|
|The Colossus||Defeat the Marble Colossus in the Lost Halls.|
|The Cultist||Defeat Malus in the Cultist Hideout.|
|The End||Defeat the Void Entity in the Void.|
|The Crystal||Defeat the Crystal Entity in the Crystal Cavern.|
|Havoc in the Halls||Take down Malus and the Marble Colossus for otherworldly rewards!|
Quests that require items aside from marks. The most notable of these are the Potion Fusion quests, which requires three regular stat increase potions in exchange for one greater stat potion. These quests effectively allow for infinite potion storage, as they can be repeated indefinitely, although only one potion fusion craft quest will be active per day. One disadvantage is that one potion equivalent will be lost upon fusion, as the greater potions are only twice as potent as the normal potions.
|Eggs for Breakfast||You’ve got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette!|
|Eggs for Lunch||You’ve got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette!|
|Eggs for Dinner||You’ve got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette!|
|Clean Laundry||I can wash your dyed clothes with the right materials.|
|Potion Fusion: Att||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Def||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Spd||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Dex||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Vit||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Wis||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Life||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
|Potion Fusion: Mana||It doesn’t take an alchemist to put a few potions in the same vial! (Repeatable)|
Quests that require dungeon treasures in exchange for various rewards. Dungeon Treasures no longer drop from enemies but can still be obtained from other players via trading.
|Full House||The Alchemist and I parted ways a while back, but I’ll still take these off your hands!|
|Wild Card||A joker, eh? Guess it’s still worth something.|
|Path of the Ancients||Bring me those ancient treasures from the Tomb of the Ancients, and I’ll smelt them!|
|Secrets of the Seas||Bring me those ancient treasures from the Ocean Trench, and I’ll smelt them!|
|Demonology||Bring me those ancient treasures from the Abyss of Demons, and I’ll smelt them!|
|Bounty of the Bay||Bring me those ancient treasures from Davy Jones’ Locker, and I’ll smelt them!|
|Mind your Manors||Bring me those ancient treasures from the Manor of the Immortals, and I’ll smelt them!|
|For Science||Bring me those ancient treasures from the Mad Lab, and I’ll smelt them!|
Found in the Events tab of The Tinkerer menu during special events, these usually involve exchanging some Tokens for rare and/or limited items.
Starting in Patch X.31.9.2, there will now be quests in this tab that change depending on the current Mystery Boxes available. They will take Crystals of Extreme Fortune and Crystals of Fortune (obtained through rolling the boxes) in exchange for the skins being offered in the boxes.
For information on these see the pages below.
For information about the original Tinkerer system, see The Tinkerer Prior to Release X17.