View Poll Results: What is the worst digsite

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  • That one in Valley with all the hyperaggressive baby turtles

    2 2.63%
  • The one in Vale that's underwater (seriously, wtf)

    7 9.21%
  • The one in Jade Forest that's like half the zone

    22 28.95%
  • The one in Jade Forest near Emperor's Omen with the mountain in it

    6 7.89%
  • The one on Sra'Vess in the feeding pits

    31 40.79%
  • Other, please specify

    8 10.53%
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  1. #1

    The worst digsite

    What is the worst digsite?

    IMO it's the one in northern Jade Forest that's like half the fucking zone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heenk View Post
    What is the worst digsite?

    IMO it's the one in northern Jade Forest that's like half the fucking zone
    Yeah I went with that one too. Big digsites are the worst :<

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    When the next closest one is on the other end of Kalimdor
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    Whichever one that gives you a green beacon and you travel (what you think is) an appropriate distance and still keep getting green. So you think, you must be really close now. So you move 15 more yards and still get green. @_@

    Or the one where you get a green beacon, travels ten yards and get another green beacon but this one is pointing in the opposite direction. Seriously?

    Sometimes I think the beacon is punking me...

  5. #5
    Feeding Grounds.
    Anti-flying debuff, designed for a quest where you stealth around avoiding the kuchong's wandering around.
    Hardly conducive to doing archaeology where you have to stop and stand still pretty regularly.

  6. #6
    Funny how I instantly thought "The one in Jade Forest that's like half the zone" when reading the thread's title.

    But I guess every digsite that forces you to kill mobs close to your level is generally bad news, I mean I want to dig, it's going to take ages anyway, if I wanted to fight I'd go to the brawl pub.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by ComputerNerd View Post
    Feeding Grounds.
    Anti-flying debuff, designed for a quest where you stealth around avoiding the kuchong's wandering around.
    Hardly conducive to doing archaeology where you have to stop and stand still pretty regularly.
    This. I did this site one time. That was all. After that I let it and the others on that island build up until they were all there, and wiped them with a map.

  8. #8
    Any site in an area packed with tons of mobs...isn't archaeology supposed to be a relaxing profession, not another tedious grind? (and the breeding pit site is so full of BS that I think it was placed there deliberately to piss us all off and make us use the randomiser)

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    Jintha'alor, The Hinterlands

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    The one in Vale that's underwater (seriously, wtf)
    That's cool! The shit spawns only at places where u can stay at the water (imho). :x

  11. #11
    Definately the huge one at the Mogu ruins in northern Jade Forest. Most digsites are clumped up nicely together (especially Mantid ones), but this one is just as bad as the tar pits in Un'goro and Jin'tha in Hinterlands.

    Haven't had too much issue with the feeding pits. I seem to be able to fly shot distances without issues before I get knocked off my mount. I do it on my hunter without a pet out though, so I can just feign death and not have to worry about the big bugs.

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    The feeding pits one is a major pain in the booty.

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  13. #13
    I hate any digsite that covers so much area. Every time one pops up I pray it'll have a small area. lol.

  14. #14
    Voted for the one in the vale thats under water.

    My most hated overall however is outside Sunken Temple.
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    Even with Archy the Ruins of Gao-Lai are still a pain in the ass...

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    The flippin' huge one in the middle of Tanaris.

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    Ugh, those feeding pits When I land there I just start nuking all the stuff around me so I can try to dig in peace.

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    I find underwater dig sites so painful, oh dear lord! You do it with half the speed, literally !

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    I detest large zones more then zones where I have to fight a lot, so the one in Jade Forest wins, imo.

    Overall though the worst was the one near Grim Batol in E.K. when I was still 85. Even with some gear on me due to the sheer size of that one + the fact there was a whole bunch of mobs that you got in packs that was a rough visit every time. I ignored it after a while, pretty sure if I look at my digs it will be an active one for me.
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  20. #20
    The fossil one along the river in Hillsbrad.

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