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1-05-2012 @ 3:51PM
Thanks for addressing this! And your suggestions don't suck at all, I definitely think more needs to be added to archeology - I'm thinking maybe even profession-related quests from the Explorer's League/ Reliquary, where you can get extra artifacts or clues to hidden digsites that have more drops. I think the profession could really be used to make the lore/discovery aspect game exciting again.In the meantime...Damn you Crawling Claw....damn you....
1-05-2012 @ 4:06PM
the crawling claw is the only item i'm missing, too. grrr.i maxed out archeology long before any of the nerfing took place, and i enjoyed it... with the exception of the way-too-large digsites and lack of tol'vir sites.however, as much as i liked it on my main, it is a pain to level on multiple alts. i think i have one other toon with 375 arch, and he's been stuck there forever because it's redundant. it'd be nice if each race had their own special rewards... like, dwarves would get stuff that draenai couldn't (though it could still be BOA or BOE) to motivate me to level arch on my alts, as well.i agree with the article that minor tweaks and fun additions should be made to arch to make it more engaging and fun, but i still find it a nice downtime activity that makes me return to zones i haven't visited in a long time.
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