Between the release of Rune Mysteries on 1 December 2003 and that of Learning the Ropes on 14 July 2008, free-to-play players were limited to 39 quest points. With the release of Learning the Ropes, the number of free-to-play quest points increased to 40. The release of The Blood Pact on 15 March 2010, increased the total possible amount of quest points for non-members to 41. When Swept Away and Myths of the White Lands were made available to free players on 24 June 2010, the maximum possible number of quest points for non-members was 43. With the release of Troll Warzone on 31 Jan 2012 releasing 4 reworked members to free-play, the total number of quest points became 49. A Shadow over Ashdale raised this total to 50. Gower Quest raised this total to 51.
Classification and statusEdit
Note: This does not count reworked quests as new quests, and as such they do not increase the amount of quests nor do they increase the amount of quest points because the former quests' quest points are inherited by their reworked version.
|Children of Mah||Sliske's Countdown quest series||2016||The quest will take part of the battle against Sliske.|
|Sliske's Endgame||Sliske's Countdown quest series||2016||The quest will take part of the battle against Sliske.|
|Rite of Passage||Signature Heroes||Mod Raven||2017|| Lost in an April 2014 follow-up poll to the March Quest Poll.
"Travel to the Aviansie homeworld of Abbinah."
|Elder Gods Quest||Elder Gods quest series||2017||A quest in the Elder God series which will take place on Entrana.|
|Evil Dave Quest||2017||The quest will feature Evil Dave, Zamorak and body swapping.|
|The next quest||Desert quest series||Mod Rowley||June 2017||The quest is set in the Fifth Age and will resolve the fate of Crondis at the hands of Amascut. It is set to feature Menaphos.|
|At least one||Signature Heroes|| The sequel to The Death of Chivalry. Lost in an April 2014 follow-up poll to the March Quest Poll.
"Accompany Sir Owen in this sequel to Death of Chivalry."
|At least one||Dragonkin series|| Lost in an April 2014 follow-up poll to the March Quest Poll.
"Help sever the curse that connects the dragonkin to the Stone of Jas."
|Elemental Workshop V||Elemental Workshop series||Mod Doctor|| A quest that will feature the Elemental Workshop. Lost in the March Quest Poll to the Sixth-Age quest option. A September 2014 quest poll included Zamorak's Heist, Elemental Workshop V, Pirate Quest, and a Spellcrafting Quest. This quest lost to the Zamorak's Heist option.
"Your adventure continues, deeper into the devilishly devious workshop where you unlock the secrets of the Astral and Nature rooms"
|One final quest||Gnome series||Mod Maylea||A master quest that will grant access to Arposandra. Lost in the March Quest Poll to the Sixth-Age quest option.|
|At least one||Penguin series||Mod Raven||A quest that will involve the Motherland. Lost in the March Quest Poll to the Sixth-Age quest option.|
|Two more||Pirate series||Mod Liono|| Lost in the March Quest Poll to the Sixth-Age quest option. A September 2014 quest poll included Zamorak's Heist, Elemental Workshop V, Pirate Quest, and a Spellcrafting Quest. This quest lost to the Zamorak's Heist option.
"What horrors lurk in the waters of the Cursed Archipelago? Find the source of Rabid Jack’s power as the pirates of Mos Le'Harmless prepare for war"
- Underground Pass (#42) was the final quest released before the change from RuneScape Classic to RuneScape 2 on 15 April 2004.
- Jagex has stated that Cook's Assistant was the first quest they started to develop. This was mentioned in the March 2006 issue of the Postbag from the Hedge.
- ^ Jagex. Above the Lore - episode 11: Rite of Passage Mod Raven Above the Lore podcast, 4 October 2013.
- ^ Jagex. "Future Quest - The Follow-Up". April 2014. RuneScape Polls.
- ^ Q&A: March VIP Answers (blog).*
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- ^ RuneScape BTS 49: You choose the content! (YouTube video).*
- ^ RuneScape BTS 12: Some Like it Cold! (YouTube video).*