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Hello there. What are you doing here?130
Hello there! I heard all about your big find; well done!71
Of course! Let's see now... Rock picks are for splitting rocks or scraping away soil; you can get one from a cupboard in the Education Centre.53
I think you'll find them scattered about pretty much everywhere, but I know you can get one from a cupboard somewhere in the Education Centre, just like the rock pick!50
We have a bit of a shortage of those at the moment. You could try borrowing one from a workman on the site... but I don't think they'd give it willingly.48
Well, feel free to talk to me should you come across anything you can't figure out.48
A good goal to work towards, and it should prove rewarding for you. So where are you starting your studies?46
Well, you could try looking in the Earth Sciences section of the shelves over there, although the other students may have beaten you to it.46
If you need something identified or are not sure about something, give it to Terry; hes the archaeological expert in the next room.46
Ahh... that you must earn by passing your exams! The examiner holds those.46
If you need something identified or are not sure about something, give it to Terry; he's the archaeological expert in the next room.43
You could even ask the students themselves. I'm sure I saw a group of them on their way to the digsite earlier today.39
Bravo! Well done indeed! What are your plans now?10
I hear that the third level digs yield the best artefacts for display; Terry, the archaeological expert, has found many good things there that he's excited about.10
Well done! Are you planning on going for level 3?6
Have fun and good luck!6
Oh, hello there. Congratulations on passing your first exam, I saw your performance, well done. Are you going to go for the next level?6
Glad to hear it!6
I hear you've been given access to the private mining shafts. You're very lucky.4
Oh? What was that?2
Wow! That's a serious find! Good luck in the lower digs.2