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This tiny addon tracks your progress in archaeology, so you can easily find out what you're missing from "Diggerest" and "It Belongs in a Museum!" achievements.

Usage: Type /prof

New in Professor 0.3: Lists of every artifact per race.

Usage:

/prof detailed RACEID

e.g. "/prof detailed 1" for Dwarves.

Race ids:

Dwarves
Draenei
Fossils
Night Elves
Nerubians
Orcs
Tol'Vir
Trolls
Vrykul

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