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2-15-2012 @ 8:10AM
I like archeology. I don't need to pass the time while doing it, archeology is something I do to pass the time while waiting on a raidfinder queue or a battleground, or in that dead time between when I sign on and when the raid starts.It's soothing and relaxing, just me, the swoosh of my dragon's wings, the new music as we drift from zone to zone. I land somewhere and I remember what it was like questing there, think about how it's different now than it was before. I collect my three sites and drift off somewhere else. Sometimes I'll get on a flight path and check if I've got enough for solves, or get into a conversation in guild chat.But mostly when I'm archeologizing it's because I'm in my zen zone. I take it back, I don't like archeology. I love archeology.
2-15-2012 @ 8:20AM
I can't say that I *love* it, but arch, like fishing, is something that I can do while the spouse is watching something on TV that I'm not really into. Dailies, fishing, arch, AH, farming ... all stuff that allows me to be semi-engaged with RL.
2-15-2012 @ 9:50AM
False. The best way to pass the time while doing Archaeology is to not do Archaeology and play the Mass Effect 3 demo instead.
2-15-2012 @ 10:08AM
Nina said it better than I ever could have. I enjoy archaeology, as well.
2-15-2012 @ 2:59PM
I don't love archeology like you do, but I don't hate it like other people do. It's a nice relaxing thing I can do while waiting on dungeons, but I would also like for there to be improvements that reduce RNG and whatnot.
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