Starting a new thread so that people starting out can see the basic instructions without doing a deep dive on a long thread: Basics of OverSeer feature in EverQuest How do I start a quest? When you start the overseer program you will begin the tutorial quests first. First thing to keep in mind, everything you need to start a quest is done in the first tab, Quests. Don’t click other tabs trying to start a quest – they won’t help you. Step 1: Select a quest on the left-hand side of the screen. Step 2: To the right you will see a window that lists the quest, Quest Party, and Available Agents. Start Quest will be disabled. Step 3: In the section Quest Party, click the grey button “Select Agent”. That will give you options for the section “Available Agents” Step 4: Select an Available Agent Step 5: Some quests have multiple Quest Party members, so repeat steps 3 and 4 until all party members have an agent assigned. Step 6: Click on “Start Quest” at the top of the section How do I know what rewards a quest will give me? The short answer is click “Preview Reward” near the top, however certain quests give certain types of rewards. You will have several common options, but the more unique drops are covered below. Recruitment: This quest gives you additional agents. I have been told it is only available to choose once every 48 hours Conversion: Takes 3 agents and gives you one higher level agent Research/Harvesting/Crafting: Gives you the ability to choose tradeskill drops from certain expansions. The drops vary some based on type chosen. Stealth: Gives you an ornament reward Plunder: Gives Merc AA exp Diplomacy/Exploration/Trade: Collectibles Tips Always grab Recruitment missions when available. More agents mean you have more flexibility on what missions you can effectively take. Don’t be too aggressive taking Conversion missions. After the tutorial you should have 10 agents. You don’t want to go below that number. Don’t convert the last of a certain type of agent. Make sure you have a wide range to choose from, even if you plan to focus on a certain mission type. You will notice that Agents have attributes like race, class, physical, and personality. When picking a quest, you will see that certain quests give difficulty bonuses for certain attributes, and penalties for others. A wide range of agents means you are more likely to be able to match an agent to a reward bonus.