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Scholar - Keeper of the Archives

One of the main ways adventuring can be achieved is through the archives that appear in the larger cities. In these archives, you can browse the local book collection to gather various maps and charts in the field of your choice. Browsing a field costs 500 per look, you can browse through the archives approximately 40 times before you become mentally tired. Once you become mentally tired you must visit another city before you are able to use the archives again or you can use head ache medicine

You will gain one of the following effects when you browse through a field: you write down clues you have gathered to form a map to a potential discovery, you gain one to three skill points in that field, or absolutely nothing happens. The most common occurrence are the skill ups. The only maps you can gather from browsing the archive are ones you actually have the skill to discover, which means, the higher your skills are, the more likely it is you'll find a map while browsing. You can also not have two of the same map at once, although once the discovery on the map is made, you can get it from the archive and discover it once more, you can even report it again!


If for some reason you lose a map from your inventory you can get it again by browsing again.

Category

Maps sorted by category

There are six different fields that can be researched in the archives: Geography, Archaeology, Theology, Biology, Appraisal, and Art. Each of these fields have their own specific discoveries or maps to various kinds of treasure. Here is a collected list of the various maps and what they find, whether it be a discovery or treasure (especially useful when you see someone selling a map and you want to know whether it is worth your while or not):

Location

Maps sorted by location.

Most of this info comes from the Japanese wiki. This list is by no means complete. Any help with the missing pieces would be appreciated.

London Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Amsterdam Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Lisbon Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Seville Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Marseille Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Genoa Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Naples Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Venice Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Athens Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Tunis Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Alexandria Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Istanbul Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Calicut Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Lima Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Sakai Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Hangyang Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Southeast Asian frontier Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Settlements in Latin America Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Anping
Hangzhou
Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art
Other Geography Archaeology Theology Biology Appraisal Art

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