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A stranger? Surely there are less strategies. Nonetheless, it seems that understands more RuneScape gold about the Warforge! Than anyone I've talked to. Just to be safe, we better not slip Journal pages. If you're looking for more information regarding Runescape Archaeology, then you'll just need to await the Road to Runescape Archaeology movies, where you will learn all you need to learn about how the skill works.

Our intrepid colleagues have tracked Professor Tony into the Kharidian Desert, where he met with an intriguingly familiar ally.Once again, I find myself questioning whether I've let this entire project escape control. The only problem is, I do not remember telling him anything - in actuality, I had rather expected to lead the charge with this one myself and have a small adventure for after.

There is only one thing to do now - I clarify the misunderstanding and need to travel to Al Kharid. I only hope the good doctor has not gotten too carried away already.Oh dear. Almost as soon as I arrived we stumbled upon a pair of intriguing artefacts. If I did not know better, I would have said he knew where they would be buried. But that is ridiculous, is not it?

The artefacts were truly something to behold. The very first one was an exceptional illustration of Zarosian artwork, a purplish crystal jump in gold. It had an unusual power to it, also. Definitely something to research further. The item was a type of mask, forged into the specimens in a metal that was similar we found back at our dear dig website. I was thinking that we should start mining out the ore and crack on with some experiments once I discovered that my companion seemed subdued.

He was staring down into the empty eyes on rsgoldfast of the mask. I think I saw tears in his eyes. When I asked him what was wrong, he seemed taken aback -- just like he had forgotten I was there -- and muttered something about'the destiny of our people'. What an odd chap. Still, it's good to find an archaeologist invested.

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