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1-06-2011 @ 4:55PM
because as far as it's concerned there is only one cluster of fragments at a time. it's not pointing you to all three clusters of fragments from the start. it directs you to ONE and once you collect that one (not just dig it up) it will then direct you to the next. so think of it as rng, because i'm sure that's what it is anyway. there's x number of spawn points in a dig site. when the site opens up, rng picks one spawn point. no matter where you start in the dig site, you're pointed to that point. once you dig it up, rng spawns the next and after it is dug up it spawns the third. that means all three clusters of fragments could be in one spot (as someone who has been searching for the jar and has dug up a whole lot of crap i can tell you this happens) or all three could be on different edges of the site. random is random, even if it is a pain.
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