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Mists of Pandaria Update

Now updated for Mists of Pandaria

QuestHubber is an addon that was designed to show pinpoints on the world map of all the quests you've missed. Between data personally collected by myself, data submitted from other users, and data that I obtained from Wowhead via a crawler script, there are over 7,000 quests for Alliance and Horde from every zone and continent in game currently—including the new Cataclysm zones. Because much of the data from the old zones is very new and Wowhead does not seem to be 100% correct, you may notice some incorrect positioning, missing quests, or quests from the opposite faction, but in my experience these problems are not intrusive at all.

Type /qh, /qhub, or /questhubber to access the options.


  • Only shows quests you have yet to complete
  • Quick toggling of pins via world map
  • Optional filtering quests out of level range
  • Optional tracking of daily quests
  • Optional hiding optional quests you skipped and future quests you cannot access yet (very experimental!)

Note: If you used an older version of QuestHubber, you may also have the addon QuestGather in your AddOns folder. This was an optional addon that was bundled along to help collect data, but it is no longer necessary. Feel free to delete the QuestGather folder.

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  • Avatar of Crymsonshade Crymsonshade May 24, 2013 at 14:42 UTC - 0 likes

    Hello I just started using questhubber recently and its the best add on I have but when they rolled WOW to 5.3 version it stopped working. Their appear to be no quest tracking currently at all. Also I noticed above it says to acess options you need to type /questhubber where are you supposed to type this in at. I assumed it was in the game itself so I typed it their trying to see if their was any settings I could change to get it to work with Wow version 5.3 and nothing happens it acts like its not their at all. Thank you for your time and for such a great add on I hope that I will get to use it in the future as for now ill go back to not having a clue where I need to go. LOL


  • Avatar of Talyrius Talyrius Dec 01, 2012 at 03:43 UTC - 0 likes

    @pigmonkey: Go

    I don't want to switch, because it has a TON of stuff (feature bloat) that I don't care for. I'm more than willing to assist you in anyway I can.

  • Avatar of pigmonkey pigmonkey Dec 01, 2012 at 03:35 UTC - 0 likes

    @Talyrius: Go

    Ah yeah, I remember this guy originally used a modified QuestHubber as an interface for his Grail database before making Wholly. Honestly, I can't say much since he doesn't provide much in the way of screenshots, but it looks like he has a better managed database and an interface that does what QuestHubber does and then some. Why not consider switching? As much as I would like to update my addon, something as complicated as grouping and counting dailies would be near impossible without an active account.

  • Avatar of Talyrius Talyrius Dec 01, 2012 at 03:22 UTC - 0 likes

    @pigmonkey: Go

    You can look at how the author of the Wholly and Grail addon combo removes unavailable daily quest pins from the map. I haven't checked the code yet, but I imagine they're keeping a list of the dailies for each hub/faction. From there, they're either disabling the rest once you've completed the maximium completable for that hub/faction or they're further grouping the quests based on which are interchangeable.

    Last edited Dec 01, 2012 by Talyrius
  • Avatar of pigmonkey pigmonkey Dec 01, 2012 at 01:51 UTC - 0 likes

    @Talyrius: Go

    I talked to a friend after doing some research, and I don't quite think that dailies would work well here. This is the list of dailies that Wowhead has for Pandaria (309 of them):;cr=27;crs=1;crv=0#0+1+2

    Obviously, only a handful of these are available each day. As far as I know, there is no way to determine which of the dailies a character can do that day, so you would end up seeing pins on your map for all 300 dailies. When you complete one, it would remove the pin for the day, but that is hardly helpful in determining what you need to do.

    If I am wrong, and you know of a method or another addon that can figure this out, let me know, but for now I'm going to leave it as it is.

  • Avatar of pigmonkey pigmonkey Nov 30, 2012 at 09:24 UTC - 0 likes

    @Talyrius: Go

    Augh, well that's depressing. It looks like all the daily quests for the world events are no longer tagged as being world events, so I can't avoid them as easily. I'll find queries that work and get a new data update in.

  • Avatar of Talyrius Talyrius Nov 30, 2012 at 00:07 UTC - 0 likes

    Almost all of the dailies in Pandaria are still missing from the map.

    Last edited Nov 30, 2012 by Talyrius
  • Avatar of pigmonkey pigmonkey Nov 29, 2012 at 20:36 UTC - 0 likes

    Data was updated from Wowhead. Sorry for the wait. If you see any inconsistencies, let me know, as I do not have an account to verify the order of things.

  • Avatar of rowan8041 rowan8041 Nov 26, 2012 at 07:29 UTC - 0 likes

    Yes, by now all of the dailies should be in the database, yet Questhubber does not show any of them on the map. It would definitely be great if we could get some updated Wowhead data loaded in, especially for the dailies as there are SO many!

  • Avatar of Talyrius Talyrius Nov 08, 2012 at 16:04 UTC - 1 like

    Can we get a new release with updated Wowhead data? There were a number of dailies incorrectly identified as quests in the last version.


Date created
Nov 06, 2010
Last update
Mar 15, 2013
Development stage
  • enUS
MIT License
Recent files
  • R: v14 for 5.2.0 Mar 15, 2013
  • A: r84 for 5.2.0 Mar 15, 2013
  • R: v13 for 5.2.0 Mar 13, 2013
  • A: r82 for 5.2.0 Mar 13, 2013
  • R: v12 for 5.1.0 Dec 01, 2012



Tool used
Embedded library