Quests are a varieties of tasks the player needs to do to receive a prize upon completion. There are multiple tasks throughout the game the player can explore. The following quests are: Daily Quests, Life Goals, Epic Quests, Biweekly Stone Soul Quest, Role Quests, Carnival Quests, and Legendary Quest.
Players can see their progress by tapping the wrench icon next to the player's name (while having the wrench on) and tapping on "Goals & Quests".
Crazy Jim Quests
See main article: Crazy Jim
Daily Quests are quests where players are asked to deliver an arbitrary amount of items in exchange for a Growtoken. Players need to deliver two types of items, which can be either blocks, seeds or clothes (e.g. 23 Checkpoint and 200 Cave Platform Seeds). The quest automatically resets at 00:00 Growtopia time. All players have the exact same daily quest.
Life goals are quests where players are asked to do a range of things to increase their Awesomeness as well as to be rewarded. Three life goals are given every day and if the player does not complete them, they will continue until finished. If a life goal has been finished, players will need to wait until 00:00 Growtopia time in order to get a new life goal. Players are also allowed to give up life goals and wait for a new item. Life goals can be any of the following:
- Defeat X players in a Game
- Harvest X providers
- Smash X rarity of blocks
- Smash X blocks
- Deliver X of (blocks, clothing or even non-rarity items like World Locks)
- Harvest X rarity from trees
- Plant X rarity of seeds
- Earn X XP
- Sew X items
- Defeat X Villains from crime-fighting
- Catch X lb of fish
- Deliver X gems
- Find X radioactive items with a Geiger Counter
- Forge X items
- Trap X lb of sea life in lobster traps
- Earn X Growtokens
- Put out X fires
- Create X Synthetic Chemicals
- Cook X meals
- Survive WolfWorld X times
- Smash X Harmonic Crystals
The prizes can be either random seeds, random amounts of gems or a random amount of experience. Each completed life goal grants the player 1% Awesomeness, it can go up to 100%. The higher the player's Awesomeness level is, the harder the life goals, and the better the prizes.
Epic Quests consist of a variety of difficult tasks that demonstrate mastery in many different activities. Players who complete all Epic Quests are able to sponsor their own item, provided they also have a clean record of behavior. The Epic Quest list consists of the following tasks:
- Catch a Perfect Stonefish
- Sew a Wool Scarf
- Lock a world with a Emerald Lock
- Discover the Truth (Referring to the Illuminati Stone.)
- Plant a Wizard's Staff tree
- Forge an Iron Buckle
- Dress up as Locke The Traveling Salesman
- Own a Top-10 Rated world
- Achieve 100% Awesomeness
- Complete a Massive Trauma Surgery
- Craft a Xenonite Crystal
- Hatch a Black Crystal Dragon
- Beat a Blanket Cape out of a supervillain
- Find a Topaz Block in a Golden Treasure Hoard
- Find a Riding Bumblebee or Buy a Riding Raven (During Easter and Halloween)
- Buy a Golden Pickaxe with Growtokens
- Buy the Phlogiston for Pet Trainer Medals
- Collect all 4 treasures in Valhowla
- Get a Ghost Charm from a Spirit Storage Unit explosion
- Get a Teddy Bear from a Awkward Friendly Unicorn
- Compact a dress into a Mystery Dress
- In a world you own, combust a stack of 200 Highly Combustible Box you earned
- Catch a Octopus Head
- Complete the "Growtopian of the Year" achievement.
- Splice a Weather Machine - Comet
- Win 200 Carnival Games
- Buy a Diamond Dragon from Locke The Traveling Salesman
- Win World Of The Day or Video Of The Week
- Have all Ringmaster Rings in your inventory
- Level up to level 100
- Hold 3 different Legendary Items in your inventory
- Complete 100 achievements
After completing all the Epic Quests, players will need to visit this page to view the terms and conditions to claiming their own items.
- Main article: Crazy Jim
Biweekly Soul Stone Quest
The Biweekly Soul Stone Quest is a quest where players are given two weeks in order to complete three different tasks. Completing all three tasks will give the player a Soul Stone. The quests reset every 14 days and cannot be cancelled.
The tasks given to the player are the same as the ones for completing Crazy Jim's Life Goals; three random ones are picked for the player, and these quests can vary from player to player.
See main article: Ancestral Power (update)
Role Quests are quests that were added in the Role Up! update. It consists of a variety of tasks relating to the player's specialization which are: Farmer, Builder, Surgeon, Chef, Fishing, or Star Captain. The update included roles that can be accessed through the /roles command. Leveling up specific roles will grant the player items. Each day, there will be a specific role that will give extra points and a Growtoken upon completing the first quest.
See main article: Role Up!
Carnival Quests consist of a variety of tasks that only comes during The Carnival.
To start a quest, players must find The Ringmaster and pay 10 Golden Tickets to him. Players can take as long as they require to complete the quest and may require multiple CARNIVALs to complete. Players are required to reach The Ringmaster if they are to move onto the next quest. Players can also give up a quest at any time but must pay another 10 Golden Tickets to start a new quest.
See main article: The Ringmaster
Note: The Ringmaster gives out random tasks in any random order. The player can receive the same type of quest consecutively.
This is a list of the possible tasks which can be given:
|Fetching||Deliver an arbitrary amount of a certain item.|
|Harvesting Trees||Harvest an arbitrary amount of blocks to meet the total rarity requirement (for example, a Lava tree has a rarity of 1. If the quest requires the player to harvest trees that have a total of 4,000 rarity, they would need to break 4,000 Lava trees).|
|PVP||Defeat other players for an arbitrary amount of time.|
|Earn XP||Earn an arbitrary amount of XP.|
|Earn Gems||Earn an arbitrary amount of Gems. This does not require the player to give the gems to The Ringmaster.|
|Deliver Gems||Deliver an arbitrary amount of Gems. This requires the player to give the gems to The Ringmaster.|
|Perform Surgeries||Successfully perform an arbitrary amount of surgeries.|
|Play Carnival Games||Win an arbitrary number of carnival games.|
|Break Blocks||Break an arbitrary amount of blocks.|
|Rarity Breaking||Break an arbitrary amount of blocks to meet the total rarity requirement (for example, Lava has a rarity of 1. If the quest requires the player to break blocks that have a total of 4,000 rarity, they would need to break 4,000 Lava blocks).|
|Harvest Producers||Harvest produces from an arbitrary number of producers, such as Cows and Chicken.|
|Earn Growtokens||Earn an arbitrary amount of Growtokens.|
|Defeat Villains||Defeat an arbitrary amount of Villains.|
|Shatter Crystals||Shatter an arbitrary amount of harmonized Crystals.|
|Radioactive Quests||Collect an arbitrary number of radioactive items, such as Radioactive Chemicals and Crystals.|
|Fishing Quest||Fish an arbitrary quantity of weight, or lbs, of any fish.|
|Fossils Quest||Prepare an arbitrary number of fossils in a Fossil Prep Station.|
|Train Fish||Train an arbitrary amount of fish.|
|Boss Ghost||Banish an arbitrary amount of Boss Ghosts.|
|Splice DNA||Splice DNA in a DNA Processor to make an arbitrary amount of prehistoric items.|
Note: There is a possibility that players can obtain the same ring more than once. Ten of the same ring can be exchanged for another random ring.
|Fistful Of Rings||Three rings on each of the player's hand. These rings do not have any special effects.|
|The One Ring||A bronze ring that turns the player's body invisible except for their facial features and clothing.|
|Gemini Ring||A green ring with a gold Gemini astrological sign on the top. This ring grants a twin (same size and clothes) that follows the player and their actions.|
|Ring Of Force||A silver ring with a ruby-like jewel on top. This ring turns the player's punching fist into a translucent red fist. It allows players to punch other players further and break blocks faster. Upon breaking the blocks, they will explode, and fragments of the block's seed will fly out.|
|Ring Of Winds||A bronze/gold ring with a light-blue jewel on the top. This ring summons clouds for the player to stand on, providing a Parasol effect.|
|Ring of Wisdom||A purple ring with a pink jewel on the top. It gives a 10% chance of getting double XP from breaking blocks, harvesting trees or using consumables.|
|Ring Of Water||A blue ring with a deep-blue jewel on the top. This ring encases the player in a blue bubble that contracts and detracts and turns the player's skin blue. This ring allows the player to swim faster in water, like the Swim Fins and reduces the damage the player receives from burns, like the Asbestos Boots.|
|Ring Of Smithing||A black ring with a miniature anvil on the top. This ring is required to forge items using an Anvil.|
|Ring Of Shrinking||A gold ring with a yellow jewel on top. This ring shrinks the player down like a Mini-You.|
|Ring of Nature||
A gold ring with a dark green jewel on top. It provides the player with a 25% chance of speeding up the growth time of a tree by 1%.
|Ring of Night||A black ring with a diamond-like jewel on top. It illuminates an 18 block radius of darkened areas covered by Dark Cave Background around the player.|
|Ring of Range||A blue ring with a large Crystal Block like jewel on top of it. It increases the player's build range into 11x11 in worlds they own, and 7x7 in worlds they do not own.|
A Legendary Quest is a quest which includes 20 different quests that players can go on in order to receive a legendary, untradable item. In order to start a quest, players must be at least Level 40.
See main article: Legendary Quest