Archaeology is the brand new secondary profession that is scheduled to
be released with World of Warcraft’s newest expansion;
Cataclysm. Unlike other secondary professions such as First Aid and
Cooking, Archaeology is intended solely to be a casual profession.
However, despite its casual feel there is no reason to jump into this
profession unprepared. That’s why we here at Ten Ton
Hammer have provided you with this guide containing everything
currently known about Archaeology.

The upside to making
Archaeology a more “casual”
profession is that Blizzard has decided to make each dig site player
specific. This means there are literally
no competition for dig sites and each player’s dig sites will
be ready and waiting for them when they have the time to explore them
as other players will be searching in different locations only viewable
by them.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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