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Tol'vir Archaeology Fragment

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  • Tol'vir Archaeology Fragment
  • Total Maximum: 200

Tol'vir Archaeology Fragments are found using the [Survey] ability of the Archaeology skill.

As with all Archaeology Fragments, they are not inventory items but instead tracked on the relevant page of a player's archaeology dialog.

These fragments are found at Tol'vir archaeology sites.

Known artifacts

Tol'vir artifacts (13)
Name Fragments Skill Rarity Value Achievement
 [Canopic Jar] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 2g (contains  [Mummified Organ]) [The Boy Who Would be King]
 [Castle of Sand] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 10g
 [Cat Statue with Emerald Eyes] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 100g [The Boy Who Would be King]
 [Engraved Scimitar Hilt] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 10g [The Boy Who Would be King]
 [Sketch of a Desert Palace] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 10g [The Boy Who Would be King]
 [Soapstone Scarab Necklace] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 10g [The Boy Who Would be King]
 [Tiny Oasis Mosaic] 45 + 2 sockets 450 Common 15g [The Boy Who Would be King]
 [Crawling Claw] 150 + 3 sockets 450 Rare
 [Pendant of the Scarab Storm] 150 + 3 sockets 450 Rare
 [Ring of the Boy Emperor] 150 + 3 sockets 450 Rare
 [Scepter of Azj'Aqir] 150 + 3 sockets 450 Rare
 [Scimitar of the Sirocco] 150 + 3 sockets 450 Rare
 [Staff of Ammunae] 150 + 3 sockets 450 Rare

Patches and hotfixes

  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.6 (2011-02-08): Archaeology fragments now have a hard cap of 200 per race. Players will not be able to collect additional fragments until they complete artifacts to take them down below 200 fragments. Players with more than 200 fragments will not lose additional fragments in 4.0.6, but in a future patch we may remove any fragments above 200.
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Added.

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