Archaeology will be released on March 30th, you will enter into a six-month RS Archaeology grace period! Luckily, we’ve gathered all of the information you need to become an Archaeology expert in one place. Here is our RS Archaeology guide to help you learn some detailed information on this new skill.

Archaeological Dig Sites

There are five dig sites to explore in Archaeology. Here’s your handy-dandy guide to all of them:

1. Kharid-et
Location: Near Al-Kharid

At level 5 Archaeology, you’ll unlock Kharid-et, where you’ll work alongside the mysterious Dr Nabanik to investigate the ruins of a Zarosian fortress.

2. Infernal Source
Location: North of Varrock, near the Jolly Boar Inn.

At level 20, you’ll start investigating the basement of the Jolly Boar Inn, where a Zamorakian cult once attempted to open a gate to Infernus. The manager looking after this digsite is Movario.

3. Everlight
Location: South east Morytania.

At level 42, you’ll be asked to help Vanescula Drakan to shut down the Everlight, an ancient Icyene lighthouse that’s started to glow again.

4. Stormguard Citadel
Location: Temple of Ikov, located north of East Ardougne and south of the Ranging Guild.

At level 70, you’ll get to soar through the skies to reach Stormguard Citadel, a floating Armadylean laboratory. But you won’t be alone – Gee’ka the golem master will be keeping a watchful eye on you.

5. Warforge!
Location: West of Oo’glog

At level 76 you’ll team up with an old friend to uncover the bloody history of the Warforge!, Bandos’ long-lost training grounds.

The gathering portion of the skill is called Excavation. Using your trusty mattock, you’ll dig in particular spots, indicated by the time sprites, and discover all kinds of fascinating objects! Alongside the precious artefacts that are your dusty bread and butter, you’ll also find materials which can be used to restore them.

Excavation is dirty work, so it’s no surprise that along with your finds you’ll also end up with a heap load of soil in your inventory. Take this to the screening station back at the Archaeology Guild, and you’ll get another roll on the loot table.

Once you’ve got your artefact and your materials, you can start restoring them using benches. Yes, benches. Restoration will garner you the majority of your XP, and it’s also the part of the skill where all that digging really pays off. After you’ve got a shiny, good-as-new artefact on your hands, you have several options.

Firstly, you can hand it to the Curator of Varrock Museum in exchange for Chronotes, which can in turn be spent on fabulous rewards at the Archaeology Guild Shop.

Alternatively, you can give your precious, lovingly restored artefact to a Collector, who will give you cold hard cash in exchange for your professional integrity. The upside of this is that completing a Collector’s wishlist can reward you with relics that you won’t find anywhere else. If you’re something of a collector yourself, you can also just hold onto it, in case it comes in handy later.Finally, you can choose to break down your artefacts back into their original components – or even just let them go completely.

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