Questworld, also written QuestWorld, is the highly intricate virtual reality computer system created by Dr. Benton Quest. Jonny, Hadji, and Jessie primarily use it for creating and playing virtual reality games. Dr. Jeremiah Surd tries to take control of it to dominate cyberspace.

It operates with an artificial intelligence named Iris.


Appearances: 19.


  • Questworld was the highly promoted gimmick of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, but it began with very costly production problems which did not serve the episodes well, among other problems. A new team was replaced after the first twenty-six episodes (season one) for the next batch of twenty-six episodes (season two), which by the end of the series had improved reasonably well in comparison to the clunky way it began. The writers of season two also worked to use Questworld in different ways by not necessarily even going into Questworld in the conventional means, which they were allowed to do with varying successes, opposed to removing it entirely which they were not allowed to do. Lance Falk especially detested to it as he believed it kept the action away from the real world, the same issue he had with the holodeck from Star Trek: The Next Generation. He also believed that after enough problems from the likes of Surd, Dr. Quest would've just turned it off permanently.
    • Incidentally, it was not even in the first episode, although it was of importance to the network to be seen as the last episode, disallowing The Robot Spies to be a two-parter, which serves as the true series finale.
  • Most episodes featured an end tag called Quest Byte to illustrate Questworld more (whether or not the bulk of the episode already had Questworld in them or not) most of which were written by Michael Ryan.


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