Tol'vir fragment question

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User Info: jenrais

jenrais
4 years ago#1
I haven't leveled archealogy in a while and decided to go for the ultramarine mount and heard you can exchange crates for tol'vir fragments? Can anyone clarify that for me?

User Info: Krozard

Krozard
4 years ago#2
You trade the "Restored Artifacts" you get for various races Archaeology crates

http://www.wowhead.com/npc=64922

Tol'Vir Specifically:
http://www.wowhead.com/item=87539/crate-of-tolvir-archaeology-fragments
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User Info: rawkuss

rawkuss
4 years ago#3
You can turn completed Pandarian/Mogu artifacts into crates that act as a currency for a crate of other fragments.

User Info: Krozard

Krozard
4 years ago#4
A Same-time post, I think that might only be the second one I've ever done.
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User Info: Aceron

Aceron
4 years ago#5
When you complete a Pandaria grade archaeology project, instead of selling it for cash, you turn it into a crate.
The crate can be redeemed for a box of fragments for any other archaeology type. 1 crate is worth 1 dig's worth of fragments (6-9)
Though the vendor that redeems the crates is kinda hard to get to without a flying mount.
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User Info: jenrais

jenrais
4 years ago#6
Aceron posted...
When you complete a Pandaria grade archaeology project, instead of selling it for cash, you turn it into a crate.
The crate can be redeemed for a box of fragments for any other archaeology type. 1 crate is worth 1 dig's worth of fragments (6-9)
Though the vendor that redeems the crates is kinda hard to get to without a flying mount.


AH. Well I have one :p Where is the vendor located

User Info: Krozard

Krozard
4 years ago#7
jenrais posted...
Aceron posted...
When you complete a Pandaria grade archaeology project, instead of selling it for cash, you turn it into a crate.
The crate can be redeemed for a box of fragments for any other archaeology type. 1 crate is worth 1 dig's worth of fragments (6-9)
Though the vendor that redeems the crates is kinda hard to get to without a flying mount.


AH. Well I have one :p Where is the vendor located


Check my first link (here it is again): http://www.wowhead.com/npc=64922
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User Info: Tloya

Tloya
4 years ago#8
I love the crates--not as efficient as going straight to the dig site of that type since one whole Mogu/Panda artifact = 6-9 fragments for something else, but it gets rid of the infuriating uncertainty of flying around Kalimdor wasting your time on Night Elf and Fossil sites. Plus the Pandaria sites are by-and-large way more conveniently laid out that old world sites--none of the awful gigantic, weirdly-shaped and hard to navigate sites. Throne of the Ten Thunders is the worst one, and it's nowhere near as bad as a few of the sites in Kalimdor.
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User Info: kingdrake2

kingdrake2
4 years ago#9
i would only do crates if you plan on getting the achieve "the seat of knowledge" you get less fragments this way.

you can use the boxes for the races you might be missing a project such as sirroco and that bug mount.
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