It's a bit sad to admit, but the RuneScape chapter of my life appears to be over. Over the past 10+ years, I quit and slowed down a lot. It's the first time I feel completely finished with RuneScape. I don’t even check this site often. If anyone reads this and would like to stay in contact feel free to add me on Steam OSRS Accounts, I don't use it that often but at least I'm more active as opposed to here or RuneScape. You can also add me to Facebook and a lot of my closest friends in the game have.
The Archaeology Guild offers many other opportunities. You can form an archaeology group based on familiar characters who will work for your cause even when you're not in the game. By completing feats that encompass all of the skills, you can begin to earn Archaeology qualifications. These qualifications will allow you to access even more resources. You can also master all one of the sites in the game, as they all come with a central mystery to be resolved.
Map Expansion, Archaeology. Ah, Dig Sites, you say! This is where the talent really shines. While you may enjoy cleaning bones and artifacts using small brushes, there are times when it is just not enough. You want to raid tombs and explore uncharted terrain or take on a final mission.
Let's head to Kharid Et, the Kharidian Desert. This ancient fortress was built close to the Duel Arena and served as a stronghold and headquarters for Zaros' armies. It fell to the relentless onslaught by Zamorakian forces during the God Wars Buy RS Gold. While the location was initially believed to be lost to all Zarosian friends, the site's manager Dr. Nabinik, is now aware that it's not.