Quest:Bes Pelargic quests

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Bes Pelargic quests

"Grumpy Cat Lover", in which you attempted to adjust the attitude of a recalcitrant feline. (Quest level 1)

Discworld quest page for Grumpy Cat Lover

Find any "grumpy cat" in Bes Pelargic and "pat" it.

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Southeast Bes Pelargic quests

"Bunny Saviour", in which you returned a toy to an adorable child. (Quest level 2)

Discworld quest page for Bunny Saviour

Go to the park on the south side of Hook Street in Bad Poo-Ning District.  "dig" in the sandbox a few times, the give Mr. Bunny to Won Favourite Pearl in the next room of the park.

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"Cultured Agatean", in which you learned more about Agatean culture. (Quest level 2)

Discworld quest page for Cultured Agatean

Items: A few rhinu.
This quest is best done after starting the WHEEL BOUND quest below.  Enter the Cultural Institute on Hook Street in the Bad Poo-Ning district, and visit the Bonsai Room, the Haiku Room, the last room of the History trip, and the Origami Room.  You have to visit all four rooms on the same trip, and you get the quest upon leaving the Institute, as well as a few levels of people.culture.agatean.

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"Knicker Nicker", in which you were undeniably underhanded in acquiring underpants for the underdog. (Quest level 4)

Discworld quest page for Knicker Nicker

Items: some tooni
Go to the eastern most pier on Tuna Walk in the Bad Poo-Ning District, and go all the way south on the pier (Smuggler's Pier).  Go down and "enter gangplank" and "take crate from pile". Pay off the customers officer by going up (don't give him the money), then go n, n, e, n, n, n, ne, e (hidden exit) and go up. 

"Lower hoist", go down and outside the building, drop the crate, and "attach" the crate to the hook.  Go back upstairs and "raise" the hoist while the storeman is on the upper floor.

Try different crates, repeating the above steps, until you get the correct one.  Even if it's not the correct crate, the storeman will give you a few rhinu, which you can change for more tooni.  You'll have to wait about 5 minutes between taking new crates, and bribing the Customs officer gets more expensive each time, so bring a lot of tooni.  It probably starts at 10 tooni and adds another 10 tooni for each attempt.  The cost resets during reboots or after the room resets, or if the officer mysteriously dies and regens. I think after 5 crates the captain won't let you take any more for a while.

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"Road Warrior", in which you eliminated a hazard to travellers everywhere. (Quest level 3)

Discworld quest page for Road Warrior

Items: shovel (tool shop on Ettercap in AM, or garden shop on the northwest part of Long Street in BP), cobbles (barrier on eastern side of Sator Square in AM)
Go to Serpentine Way in the Bad Poo-Ning District, and go one room northeast of the language institute, where you can "look pothole". "Repair" the pothole.  If you don't have a weapons permit, hide the shovel when walking or Guards will confiscate it.

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"Tour Guide", in which you opposed the forces of misdirection. (Quest level 3)

Discworld quest page for Tour Guide

Skills: None (you don't have to be able to read the signs)
Find the switchable street signs in the Bad Poo-Ning District and "switch" them until you get a message saying they're correct.  If you can't read Agatean, the easiest way to do this is to:
1) "switch" direction 1 and direction 2
2) "switch" direction 1 and direction 3
3) "switch" direction 1 and direction 2
4) "switch" direction 1 and direction 3
5) "switch" direction 1 and direction 2
6) "switch" direction 1 and direction 3
The above system will cycle each direction through all combinations of positions on the sign.  In a convenient order, the signs are at:
1) East of the enamelled sign at the T-shop stop in the middle of Tuna Lane
2) North end of Ricecake Alley
3) Intersection of Long Street (northeast side) and a boring street south of Pearwood
4) Intersection of Pearwood Way and Beach Way
5) Intersection of Azure Promenade and Anchor Street
6) Intersection of Azure Promenade and Palace Approach
7) Intersection of Long Street (north side) and Willow Avenue
8) Intersection of Serpentine Way and Cat's Tail
9) Intersection of Long Street (southwest side) and Ming Lane
10) Intersection of Serpentine Way (southwest side) and a nameless alley leading to Long Street
11) Intersection of Hook Street (west end) and the Bounty of Sea fish market

It appears you don't have to fix all of the signs, just enough of them (11, probably).

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"Tree Trimmer", in which you cut off the deadwood. (Quest level 3)

Discworld quest page for Tree Trimmer

Skills: 105+ crafts.husbandry.plant.tree skill bonus, possibly 115+ adventuring.movement.climbing.tree but probably not
Items: a tree trimmer (garden shop on north side of Long Street in the Bad Poo-Ning District)
Walk down Willow Avenue in the Bad Poo-Ning District, "look" at the trees in each room, and "trim" any trees that need it.  You might be rewarded with 1-5 tree climbing levels.

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"Wheel Bound", in which you jumped a queue. (Quest level 3)

Discworld quest page for Wheel Bound

Skills: Don't have to speak Agatean.
Items: a 24Rh 100s
"buy" a disability chit from Won Artful Huckster, usually wandering on Tuna Street or the Docks in the Bad Poo-Ning District.  You will have to "wink" and "spock" at him first, and he won't let you list, browse or buy when there's an Imperial Guard in the room. Go to the entrance of the Cultural Institute on Hook Street in the Bad Poo-Ning District. Once inside, go all the way east until you see the Assistant.  Give the chit to the assistant, and sit on the wheelchair.  Roll into the History Room and "queue" at the signpost.  When you are moved to the front of the queue "buy" a ticket.  The last room in this exhibit/ride is part of the CULTURED AGATEAN quest listed above.

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"Whopper Shopper", in which you let the calories carry you away. (Quest level 3)

Discworld quest page for Whopper Shopper

Items: Some agatean money
Go to the food shop Won Huge Sausage's Morporkian eating house at the west end of the north side of Long Street in the Bad Poo-Ning District.  Buy food until you get the quest. It will take at least 3-4 trips to the shop to get enough food.

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Southwest Bes Pelargic quests

"Dragon Slayer", in which you gazed upon a beast. (Quest level 2)

Discworld quest page for Dragon Slayer

From the southeast side of Dragon Head Square in the Hong Fa District, climb the tree during the day time.

You will need more than 180 bonus (18%, no boots, empty hands, 50 tries) in adv.mo.cli.tree

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"Romantic Gazer", in which you took a break and made a discovery. (Quest level 2)

Discworld quest page for Romantic Gazer

At night time, go to the gazebo on the east end of Corridor of Dragons in the Hong Fa district and "sit" on the bench.

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"Sentimentalist", in which you demonstrated a little control over expression. (Quest level 1)

Discworld quest page for Sentimentalist

Find Roger-san in Blue Moon Park in the Hong Fa District.  "lsay something", then "kowtow roger-san".  You then get the "emote" command.

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North Bes Pelargic quests

"Distant Exhibitionist", in which you went the distance of displaying feelings. (Quest level 2)

Discworld quest page for Distant Exhibitionist

Items: a banana
First you must have done one of the SENTIMENTALIST quests.  Go to Northern Garden Walk on the Imperial Palace Grounds in the Imperial District and keep an eye out for Tomtom the monkey.  "hug" Tomtom, "feed" the banana to Tomtom, and say he's a handsome boy.  This will give you the "remote" command.

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"Duckling Devourer", in which you ate everything, including the feet and beak. (Quest level 1)

Discworld quest page for Duckling Devourer

Skills: some swimming (nothing held, no shoes, low burden)
Enter the Pearl River near Tora Bridge, Middle Bridge, Bridge of Bounteous Wealth, or off Willow Street.  Swim along the river until you encounter ducklings and eat 10 of them.  There may also be ducklings on North Garden Walk in the palace grounds of the Imperial District, in Blue Moon Park in the Hong Fa district, and on a north-south running street west of Blue Moon Park.

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"FBI Agent", in which you discovered the Truth of the situation. (Quest level 3)

Discworld quest page for FBI Agent

Requires: Level 151+, possible age requirement
Go to Pang Ho Street in the Shoo-Li District and "enter gate" in one of the rooms to get into the FBI office.  In the room with Thicker, "say" you'd like to join the FBI.  Once you've joined, say you want an assignment and Thicker will give you a piece of wood.  Still in the room with Thicker, say that the translation is "wombles fly south during monsoons".  You'll get 10 levels of tracking.  There may be an age check on joining the FBI - at 3 days 6 hours old, it failed for one player.

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"Name Retriever", in which you helped a man with the nuances of nomenclature. (Quest level 4)

Discworld quest page for Name Retriever

Skills: some spoken Agatean
Find the Nameless Man (scryable as Nameless) wandering Bes Pelargic and say, "help".  He is usually on Wall Street or Wung-Chi Lane in the Shoo-Li District, but has also been spotted wandering Way of the Dragon and Dragon Head Square in the Hong Fa District.  Go to the jetty east of the T-shop on Tuna Lane in the Bad Poo-Ning District and "enter junk".  Ask Bunk if he has a name.  Go to his grandmother's house on Big Street in the Shoo-Li District and ask her about a name.  Go to the in-sewer-ants salesman on Silver Snake Road in the Hong Fa District and ask him if he has a name.  Go to burned down fireworks warehouse on the Chopsticks road in the Imperial District and ask Zip Bang Flash about a name.  Go back to grandmother's house on Big Street in the Shoo-Li District and ask her about a brooch.  Give the brooch to Zip Bang Flash, and he'll give you a box.  Give the box to the Nameless Man.

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