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1-12-2012 @ 12:38PM
I love the ideas of trying to make archeology more relevant. Some of the achievements hint at some stories being told by the archeology fragments, but most people don't stop to read the information in their archeology tab about the artifacts. The fragments and the artifacts don't really mean anything. They are really just numbers. In my opinion that is the most disappointing thing about archeology. I think it would be great to find an artifact, scroll, or fragment that starts a quest line. This could be something like a treasure hunt or learning more about a certain even by finding the right artifacts.I also like the idea of piecing the fragments together yourself. I could see that being frustrating if it was made too complicated (like not knowing what fragments when with which puzzle), but I think it could be fun if it were organized the way it is now, except when you found a fragment it would go in your fossil or night elf tab as a puzzle piece. Then the fragments would be more than just numbers and the profession would be more than just flying around and clicking a button over and over and over again.
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