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12-16-2010 @ 6:31PM
I actually recommend 2 different mods, they do different jobs. Archy, which supports TomTom basically point you to the next dig site plus tracking of different relics.SAL, which an triangulation tool for finding the actual artifact. Don't worry if the line doesn't appears to line up to your point view. It works well for me.
12-16-2010 @ 6:33PM
Are they both Curse?
12-16-2010 @ 6:34PM
Both Archy and SAL are on curse.
12-16-2010 @ 6:36PM
I also have to plug archy, it seriously improves the experience of archaeology
12-16-2010 @ 6:45PM
I just read about Archy here:http://wowdigsite.com/2010/12/need-addon-try-archy/I would have liked the idea of Minimal Archaeology more if I literally hadn't come to this article after reading the Archy one. Interaction with TomTom? Show's sites on the mini-map? Yes, please!
12-16-2010 @ 9:20PM
Anyone try Clever Archaeologist yet? http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info18992-CleverArchaelogist.html
12-16-2010 @ 11:21PM
I've been using Archy ever since I first found it and honestly I like it better than the one shown here. With Arch I get to see at a glance what all dig sites are available, it I don't feel like using TomTom for some reason it also adds the dig sites to my minimap, and after I dig a site once it's race is archived so the next time that spot pops up I can see what I'm getting there. It also keeps track (again, at a glance) of what artifacts I'm working on and how many keystones I have to help solve them. A recent update to it has also started marking where I actually loot a find, and since the actual spots are specific spots it actually works to help find artifacts more accurately.I have to say at this point the best addon for overall Archaeology IMHO is Archy. Hands down.
12-17-2010 @ 12:13AM
Yeah, I've tried both MA and Archy- I prefer Archy. They're both okay, though.Also, gathermate2 will note archaeology nodes as well- this is really handy since there seems to be a finite number of spawn locations.
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