• Completed daily missions cannot be turned in with a full mission log.


    There is, what I believe to be, a bug which prevents you from turning in completed daily missions while your mission log is full.
    You can still turn in non-daily missions with a full mission log, but you cannot turn in daily missions with a full mission log.
    I have only tested this as a Mist ninja, and have not tested it as a ninja of other villages nor as a rogue ninja.
    In the example screenshot I will provide, even with my Guard Duty fully completed and ready to turn in, I cannot turn it in.
    When I attempt to turn in the completed daily mission, it gives me the response of "Mission Log is full!" and does not allow me to turn it in.
    I think that perhaps the system views it as an attempt to take a daily mission from the desk, rather than to turn in the completed daily mission currently in the mission log.
    I believe it does this for any daily mission, but I've only tested it on the current game patch with the Guard Duty mission.
    (To temporarily alleviate the issue, I will turn in one non-daily mission soon to clear a space out and allow me to turn in daily missions again, but just want to report this issue while I've noticed it within the current patch. I want to save most of the non-daily missions I have in case the level cap is increased again in the future.)


    Screenshot (4713).png

    Steps to reproduce issue:

    1. Acquire a daily mission.
    2. Fill up your mission log with 13 non-daily missions, so that your mission log is full.
    3. Complete the assigned task for your daily mission.
    4. Attempt to turn in your completed daily mission with that full mission log.
    5. The mission turn-in should be prevented, with the response "Mission Log is full" given in the chat box.

      Note: Tested only as a Mist ninja and with the GD mission on the current game patch.

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