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10th Nov '16 7:45:59 PM DrFraud
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* In ''Ominous Objects 2: Phantom Reflection]]'' Benjamin asks Leila to gather the instructions for one of his inventions.
-->'''Leila:''' That's it? Are you sure you don't want eight random objects, or maybe a sandwich?
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[[folder:Hidden Object]]
* In ''Ominous Objects 2: Phantom Reflection]]'' Benjamin asks Leila to gather the instructions for one of his inventions.
-->'''Leila:''' That's it? Are you sure you don't want eight random objects, or maybe a sandwich?
[[/folder]]
10th Nov '16 7:44:16 PM DrFraud
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* In ''VideoGame/{{EVE Online}}'', your agent's [[http://wiki.eveonline.com/wiki/Missions_Guide#Agent_Attributes division]] determines how many {{Fetch Quest}}s you get. Note that the difference between Courier missions and Mining missions is the former is the typical A and transport (an) item(s) to B while the latter is go to location A, mine a specific mineral (usually along the lines of thousands of units of ore), and take it to B. Effectively, they are both {{Fetch Quest}}s.
* ''VideoGame/TheLordOfTheRingsOnline'' has a particularly annoying subtype which fortunately doesn't come up that often. In this version if something interrupts you while you're carrying item X, whether it's an attack or, in the case of two much-dreaded Shire quest chains, nosy/hungry hobbits, you ''drop the item'' and have to go back and accept the quest ''all over again''. Throw in the time limit and you've got {{That One Sidequest}} in multiples.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{EVE Online}}'', your agent's [[http://wiki.eveonline.com/wiki/Missions_Guide#Agent_Attributes division]] determines how many {{Fetch Quest}}s you get. Note that the difference between Courier missions and Mining missions is the former is the typical go to location A and transport (an) item(s) to B while the latter is go to location A, mine a specific mineral (usually along the lines of thousands of units of ore), and take it to B. Effectively, they are both {{Fetch Quest}}s.
* ''VideoGame/TheLordOfTheRingsOnline'' has a particularly annoying subtype which fortunately doesn't come up that often. In this version if If something interrupts you while you're carrying item X, whether it's an attack or, in the case of two much-dreaded Shire quest chains, nosy/hungry hobbits, you ''drop the item'' and have to go back and accept the quest ''all over again''. Throw in the time limit and you've got {{That One Sidequest}} in multiples.
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[[folder:Hidden Object]]
* In ''Ominous Objects 2: Phantom Reflection]]'' Benjamin asks Leila to gather the instructions for one of his inventions.
-->'''Leila:''' That's it? Are you sure you don't want eight random objects, or maybe a sandwich?
[[/folder]]
2nd Nov '16 7:18:33 PM intastiel
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* Played with in the Fighters Guild quest "Amelion's Debt": you can save a family from bankruptcy by retrieving their ancestor's valuable armour from a haunted tomb... or by giving them some money, in which case you bemuse your Guild superior but pass the quest with no complications.

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* ** Played with in the Fighters Guild quest "Amelion's Debt": you can save a family from bankruptcy by retrieving their ancestor's valuable armour from a haunted tomb... or by giving them some money, in which case you bemuse your Guild superior but pass the quest with no complications.
2nd Nov '16 2:40:39 PM intastiel
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* When Torg plays a [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame MMORPG]] in ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' he finds the initial Fetch Quest [[http://www.sluggy.com/daily.php?date=080801 very underwhelming]].
-->'''The Duke:''' Bring me five red salamander tongues.
-->'''Torg:''' Salamander tongues?
-->'''The Duke:''' Yes.
-->'''Torg:''' That will help "rid the evil"?
-->'''The Duke:''' You're wielding a stick. Start with salamanders.
2nd Nov '16 2:34:30 PM intastiel
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* Played with in the Fighters Guild quest "Amelion's Debt": you can save a family from bankruptcy by retrieving their ancestor's valuable armour from a haunted tomb... or by giving them some money, in which case you bemuse your Guild superior but pass the quest with no complications.
27th Oct '16 7:05:31 AM XTC
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* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. After [[spoiler:the [=AllSpark=] blew up]] and pieces of it started to be found throughout Detroit, the assumption from the fandom was that season 2 would be a fetch quest to collect the pieces. Instead, it simply created more circumstances for the Autobots to encounter, such as [[spoiler:Starscream's seeming immortality]], and characters such as Wreck-Gar.

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* ** Averted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. After [[spoiler:the [=AllSpark=] blew up]] and pieces of it started to be found throughout Detroit, the assumption from the fandom was that season 2 would be a fetch quest to collect the pieces. Instead, it simply created more circumstances for the Autobots to encounter, such as [[spoiler:Starscream's seeming immortality]], and characters such as Wreck-Gar.
9th Oct '16 10:21:24 AM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''{{Chowder}}'' has the title character losing his NiceHat and having to go through a chain of deals to get it back... the last item in the chain being the very hat he was trying to get back.

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* An episode of ''{{Chowder}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' has the title character losing his NiceHat and having to go through a chain of deals to get it back... the last item in the chain being the very hat he was trying to get back.
4th Oct '16 5:35:34 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{EVE Online}}'', your agent's [[http://wiki.eveonline.com/wiki/Missions_Guide#Agent_Attributes division]] determines how many {{Fetch Quest}}s you get. Note that the difference between Courier missions and Mining missions is the former is the typical A and transport (an) item(s) to B while the latter is go to location A, mine a specific mineral (usually along the lines of thousands of units of ore), and take it to B. Effectively, they are both {{Fetch Quest}}s.

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* In ''{{EVE ''VideoGame/{{EVE Online}}'', your agent's [[http://wiki.eveonline.com/wiki/Missions_Guide#Agent_Attributes division]] determines how many {{Fetch Quest}}s you get. Note that the difference between Courier missions and Mining missions is the former is the typical A and transport (an) item(s) to B while the latter is go to location A, mine a specific mineral (usually along the lines of thousands of units of ore), and take it to B. Effectively, they are both {{Fetch Quest}}s.
21st Sep '16 2:02:00 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Similarly, an episode of ''{{Chowder}}'' has the title character losing his NiceHat and having to go through a chain of deals to get it back... the last item in the chain being the very hat he was trying to get back.

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* Similarly, an An episode of ''{{Chowder}}'' has the title character losing his NiceHat and having to go through a chain of deals to get it back... the last item in the chain being the very hat he was trying to get back.



** Averted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. After [[spoiler:the [=AllSpark=] blew up]] and pieces of it started to be found throughout Detroit, the assumption from the fandom was that season 2 would be a fetch quest to collect the pieces. Instead, it simply created more circumstances for the Autobots to encounter, such as [[spoiler:Starscream's seeming immortality]], and characters such as Wreck-Gar.

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** * Averted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. After [[spoiler:the [=AllSpark=] blew up]] and pieces of it started to be found throughout Detroit, the assumption from the fandom was that season 2 would be a fetch quest to collect the pieces. Instead, it simply created more circumstances for the Autobots to encounter, such as [[spoiler:Starscream's seeming immortality]], and characters such as Wreck-Gar.
21st Sep '16 2:07:39 AM XTC
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** Averted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. After [[spoler:the [=AllSpark=] blew up]] and pieces of it started to be found throughout Detroit, the assumption from the fandom was that season 2 would be a fetch quest to collect the pieces. Instead, it simply created more circumstances for the Autobots to encounter, such as [[spoiler:Starscream's seeming immortality]], and characters such as Wreck-Gar.

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** Averted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. After [[spoler:the [[spoiler:the [=AllSpark=] blew up]] and pieces of it started to be found throughout Detroit, the assumption from the fandom was that season 2 would be a fetch quest to collect the pieces. Instead, it simply created more circumstances for the Autobots to encounter, such as [[spoiler:Starscream's seeming immortality]], and characters such as Wreck-Gar.
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