<p>Today marks the launch of RuneScape's 28th skill: Archaeology. First announced back at RuneFest in October of last year, Archaeology looks to be a massive addition to the already content-packed MMO, kicking off a major storyline and offering all-new ways to play.</p><p>It's said to be the most powerful skill in the game's 19-year history, focusing on the excavation of dig sites and discovery of rare artefacts. Uncovering ancient relics can unlock game-wide perks, and you may even stumble upon ancient training methods used to gain fresh powers, including Ancient Summoning and Ancient Invention.</p><p>You'll spend most of your time adventuring across the five new locations, gradually piecing together secrets from Gielinor's history as you go.</p><p>Kharid-Et is the very first dig site you'll come across, and it lies not far from the city of Al Kharid. The fortress was said to be built by followers of Zaros, a powerful god. Inside, you'll find all manner of lost weapons and ancient magics.</p>
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