Wizard101 Main Quest Line
Wizard City

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This guide is meant to give you courage while questing. By following the quests in this guide, you can, for example, see exactly how many more defeat and collect (D&C) quests you still have before you can move on to the next area. I hope this guide will help you keep going, as you see the list of quests get shorter and shorter with every step you take.

I’m only listing the main quest line quests, aka storyline quests, which means the ones you have to do in order to get to the next area. Side quests are not mentioned. For each world, I list the quests you have to do in a certain area. The areas are listed in the order you should do them in (unless otherwise specified). The area is not always one hundred percent correct, as certain quests can require you to run back and forward between areas to talk to people. To simplify matters, I have not listed this kind of running; the quest will say “talk” but not where the NPC is located. Also, if there is only one quest in an area, I will not mention the area separately. Between brackets are the different parts of the quest, as sometimes a quest will require you to do multiple things.

I have divided the quests in the Spiral into the following groups:

  • Talk: Quests that require an interaction with an NPC.
  • Mob: Quests that require the defeat of regular monsters.
  • D&C: Quests that require the collection of something from certain monsters (Defeat and Collect).
  • Boss: Quests that require the defeat of a boss. Elite monsters are not counted as bosses.
  • Cheat: Quests the require the defeat of a cheating boss.
  • Instance: Quests that require the completion of a dungeon.
  • Puzzle: Quests that require the solution to a puzzle.
  • Interact: Quests that require interaction with a certain object.
  • Collect: Quests that require interaction with multiple items of a kind.
  • Explore: Quests that just require you to run towards a certain area, NPC or item.

Wizard City Main Quest Line

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Wizard City has a total of 39 quests. Among those are 6 bosses, 10 mobs and 8 Defeat and Collect quests.

It has three areas that you can do in whichever order you please: Triton Avenue, Firecat Alley and Cyclops Lane. Yay for freedom of choice! I usually start with Triton Avenue.

When I’m in Cyclops Lane, I spend some time killing enough Cyclops Legionnaires or whatever to get the Giant Hunter badge. I love that badge!

Unicorn Way

1.Unicorn Way –  Explore + Talk
2. Ghost Hunters – Mob + Talk + Talk
3. Skeleton Crew – Mob + Talk
4. Monsters and Mazes – Explore + Talk
5. Finding Out Why – Interact + D&C + Explore + Talk
6. Who Could It Be Now? – Talk
7. Sinister Skeleton – Explore + Boss + Explore + Talk
8. Grim Tales – Talk + Talk
9. To Ravenwood! – Talk 4x
10. Panic In Three Streets! – Talk
11. Secret Strife of Pets – Interact + Explore + Mob + Explore + Interact + Explore + Talk 3x + Interact + Talk + Talk

Cyclops Lane (Interchangeable with Firecat Alley and Triton Avenue)

12. A Good Day to Cyclops – Explore + Talk
13. A Stroll With Trolls – Mob + Talk
14. Run and Done – Talk 6x
15. The Cave Escape – Mob + Explore + D&C + Interact 3x + Talk
16. Oh Me, Oh Minotaur – Mob + Talk
17. Akilles’ Deal – Explore + Boss + Interact + Talk + Talk

Firecat Alley (Interchangeable with Cyclops Lane and Triton Avenue)

18. Putting Out the Fire! – Talk + Mob + Talk
19. She Ran Crying Wildfire – Talk + Mob + Talk
20. Which Hunt? – Talk + Mob + Talk + Talk + D&C + Talk
21. 100% Not That Witch – D&C + Talk + Explore + Boss + Talk
22. Which Craft? – Talk + Talk + Interact + Interact + Talk
23. The Cure – Explore + Boss + Talk + Talk
24. Firecat’s In the Bag – Talk + Talk

Triton Avenue (Interchangeable with Cyclops Lane and Firecat Alley)

25. Trouble on Triton Avenue – Talk
26. Menacing Minions – Mob + Talk
27. The Shadow of Death Magic – Talk + D&C + Talk
28. Quest for Clues – D&C + Talk
29. Catching a Glimpse – Talk
30. Clear as Crystal – Interact + D&C + Talk + Explore + Interact + Talk
31. Luminate – Talk
32. The Enemy Revealed – Explore + Boss + Talk + Talk
33. To Tame a Tempest – Talk + Interact + Talk + Talk
34. Triton Report – Talk
35. Calming the Chaos – Talk

Olde Town (After doing Cyclops Lane + Triton Avenue + Firecat Alley)

36. A Brief History of the Spiral – Talk + Explore + Explore + Boss + Explore + Talk
37. Throwing Nightshade – Explore + Boss + Talk
38. Things and Stuff – D&C + Talk + Talk
39. Take a Walk on the Nightside – Explore + Talk + Explore + Talk + Talk


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  • i am pretty sure rattlebones is an elite, not a boss

  • Do you (only one person) make all the world quest trees

    • Hi Dylan, before we had misthead in charge and handling these guides. Right now either myself or Blaze handle them.

  • I assume you’ll be fixing up [editing] this guide, since they changed they whole start of the quest line, right?

  • Great article but I can not go into Firecat Alley and Cyclops Lane:( Other then that I also think that you should put what the goal is instead of just putting the name of the quest. For example for Stop the Maker quest you could put”Fight Rattlebones and defeat him.” Love how you put boss or Destroy and collect and stuff like that. Really creative!

    • These guides are meant to be a general overview for what is to come. For instance, if you knew that you have to fight a boss a few quests ahead of you, then you would be able to prepare and not be caught off guard.

      As for Firecat Alley and Cyclops Lane, I recommend doing trivia for about a week each (I know, it’s a bit of a grind), to earn enough crowns to permantely buy the streets. You can learn a maximum of 100 crowns every 24 hours. Each test that you passed will give you 10 crowns, so ten of those a day. We do have the answers on this site.

      However, I 100% recommend getting a membership as it’s not too expensive and for even just a month, you can progress far into the first arc. 🙂

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