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 archaeological collection for Art Critic Jacques. The player can find the artefacts at the Kharid-et dig site. Completing this collection allows the player to hang up versions of these artefacts at the painting frames in the Archaeology Guild. Completing all three of Art Critic Jacques' collections allows the player to hang up 'The God Wars' as well.

Collection[edit | edit source]

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

ArtefactArchaeology LevelArchaeology XPChronotesSourcesMaterialsMaterial costs
'Solem in Umbra' painting.png 'Solem in Umbra' painting25664.1274Administratum debris
Ancient casket
Ancient gravel
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' painting745,600638Ancient casket
Ancient gravel
Kharid-et chapel debris
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' painting11843,333.31,174Ancient casket
Ancient gravel
War table debris
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
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

Trivia[edit | edit source]

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