Draenor Curator

Hell yeah, baby! I’m done with Archaeology – at least for another expansion. It was really starting to feel like those pristine solves were taking a lot longer to complete so I decided to compare them with the ones from Pandaria.


Ogre: 243

Draenor: 287

Arakkoa: 271

Total: 1072


Mantid: 264

Pandaren: 298

Mogu: 668

Total: 1230

Yeah… it really wasn’t.

I ended up using 30 randomisers but they ended up being pretty useless since I was getting more dig sites I didn’t have any use for. The same thing happened with my Explorer’s Notebooks which gave me an abundance of Draenor and Ogre fragments and keystones. Thankfully, I bought 20 cheap Arakkoa Ciphers to help with the grind.

Draenor Curator

I thought it only fitting to take a picture with the artifact which gave me the most trouble – the sundial from the Arakkoan branch.

This weekend, I’d love to hear some exciting archaeology news but until then, here are some thoughts I had about the future of archaeology.

Author: Cymre

Disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and all things pets. You may know me as Cymre Brightblade. Catch all the pet battle strategies on my YouTube channel - CymreJones

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  1. There’s only one problem I have with the trophy room. The items are non-interactive. At the very least, I’d like for them to display their names when you hover over them. Ideally, right-click on them to see the details of the relic.

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    • Yes, that’s one thing I appreciated in the Seat of Knowledge, especially after all that effort.

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  2. Congratulations! I need to remember to do it. I’m usually wasting time hanging around hoping one of those Voidtalon portals will show up.

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    • Thanks. I’m in the same boat with Poundfist. I’m not convinced he exists…

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  3. Grats!!! OMG I look at my list and it just fills me with dread LOL. Glad you got yours done!

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    • Thanks! Really hope they make some improvements to the profession though.

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