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Archaeologist's set

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Archaeologist's set
  • Archaeologist's set equipped (male)
  • Archaeologist's set equipped (female)
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Statistics
Type
Rarity0*Rarity level: 0
Sell4000*40 (set)

The Archaeologist's set is a vanity set composed of the Archaeologist's Hat, the Archaeologist's Jacket and the Archaeologist's Pants. These items are to be equipped in the Social Slots as they only provide a visual appearance.

While two of the pieces are crafted, the Archaeologist's Hat is not, but rather dropped by Doctor Bones.

It is possible to craft these items in a world that has The Crimson instead of The Corruption only by creating an artificial Corruption or by simply bringing leather to the Crimson world (or using a Corrupt Statue to spawn Eater of Souls).

Set[edit | edit source]

Archaeologist's Hat
  • Archaeologist's Hat item sprite
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Statistics
Type
Body slotSocial Helmet
Rarity0*Rarity level: 0
Sell2000*20
Research1 required
Archaeologist's Jacket
  • Archaeologist's Jacket item sprite
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Statistics
Type
Body slotSocial Shirt
Rarity0*Rarity level: 0
Sell1000*10
Research1 required
Archaeologist's Pants
  • Archaeologist's Pants item sprite
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Statistics
Type
Body slotSocial Pants
Rarity0*Rarity level: 0
Sell1000*10
Research1 required

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipes[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Archaeologist's JacketArchaeologist's Jacket
Work BenchWork Bench
Archaeologist's PantsArchaeologist's Pants
total: 2 row(s)

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • To create both the jacket and pants, 150 Rotten Chunks are required to make the 30 pieces of leather (75 rotten chunks each).
  • Filling out this set implies forgoing a great deal of lucrative boss-summoning, as this number of rotten chunks would help make 10 Worm Food.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This is likely a reference to archaeologist Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones Jr., from the Indiana Jones franchise (note the wordplay Doctor Jones -> Doctor Bones).

History[edit | edit source]