Below is a short overview of the professions available on this site. More will be added over time through suggestions and voting.
Raider's can be hired and generally work alone or in extremely small parties. They will often have extensive background on the site or location they are currently raiding, often from there own endeavors. They keep what they find and are generally in it for the glory. Though every so often raiders will sell there finds to te highest bidder and profit from the situation. They can be either good, or bad depending on the way you look at it.
Archeologists work for a government or private organization. They rarely keep what they find since the excavations are usually paid for. What they uncover is sent to there sponsor and dealt with accordingly. There are of course rumors of rogue archeologists who act more along the lines of raiders. They tend to steal what they find and tell their sponsors that they found nothing. Archeologists tend be very unstable as well. They often jump from one occupation to the next, being they go from archeologist to raider or mercenary.
Mercenaries are vicious and mal tempered. They tend to be ex-military or marines. They can be extremely tactical and know what they are doing. They don't care about the historical or glorified aspects of the job, only what they're being paid in the end. They want money, and often times get it. There main reasons for defeat tend to be traps left over from they past. They don't share with people other then within their group, nor do they car if you're in trouble. If they aren't getting paid for it, they won't do it.
"As Britain's secret service, SIS provides the British Government with a global covert capability to promote and defend the national security and economic well-being of the United Kingdom.
SIS operates world-wide to collect secret foreign intelligence in support of the British Government's policies and objectives.
Regional instability, terrorism, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and illegal narcotics are among the major challenges of the 21st century. SIS assists the government to meet these challenges. To do this effectively SIS must protect the secrets of its sources and methods."
Sport Junkies are incredibly outgoing. They never really have the intention of acquiring certain artifacts but sometimes they're simply in the right place at the right time. Or, maybe they do know what they're doing. They're the more neutral party and can sell their findings or keep them for themselves. They know quite a few skills useful to their operations and are strong both mentally and physically. They don't really have a conscience which is what makes them so formidable. They are willing to jump off a mountain without safety gear to get the prize or thrill. It's all about winning or fun with these people.