Art Critic Jacques: Imperial Impressionism

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This article is about the achievement. For the archaeology collection, see Imperial Impressionism.

Art Critic Jacques: Imperial Impressionism is an achievement that requires the player to complete the first unique Archaeology collection for Art Critic Jacques.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Archaeology Archaeology level: 118
One-time reward: Replica Zarosian art and 2,086 chronotes
Every time reward: 2,086 chronotes

ArtefactArchaeology LevelArchaeology XPChronotesHotspotMaterialsMaterial costs
'Solem in Umbra' painting.png 'Solem in Umbra' painting25664.1274Administratum debris (Kharid-et Dig Site)1 × 'Solem in Umbra' painting (damaged).png 'Solem in Umbra' painting (damaged)
8 × Samite silk.png Samite silk
10 × White oak.png White oak
14 × Tyrian purple.png Tyrian purple
'Consensus ad Idem' painting.png 'Consensus ad Idem' painting745,600638Kharid-et chapel debris (Kharid-et Dig Site)1 × 'Consensus ad Idem' painting (damaged).png 'Consensus ad Idem' painting (damaged)
10 × White oak.png White oak
10 × Samite silk.png Samite silk
50 × Tyrian purple.png Tyrian purple
'Prima Legio' painting.png 'Prima Legio' painting11843,333.31,174War table debris (Kharid-et Dig Site)1 × 'Prima Legio' painting (damaged).png 'Prima Legio' painting (damaged)
20 × White oak.png White oak
20 × Samite silk.png Samite silk
74 × Tyrian purple.png Tyrian purple
20 × Zarosian insignia.png Zarosian insignia
Totals (XP and chronotes):49,597.42,086 + 2,086
Total materials:20 × Zarosian insignia.png Zarosian insignia
38 × Samite silk.png Samite silk
138 × Tyrian purple.png Tyrian purple
40 × White oak.png White oak

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name of the collection is a reference to the 19th Century art movement, Impressionism.