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JohnOldman

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Isn't the Scarlett Wormster a sarducaan fish? That explains the name Scarlett.


Was probably a great alchemy ingredient in MO1. There is a ton of mobs in Sarducaa that has Scarlet as it's first name.

Yep maybe it isn't in the game yet, i wonder if there is still some fish left to discover then, Henrik keeps telling on his streams that yes but i'm starting to have my doubts...

Do you know, what lore for Dragon Kelp and which materials are from it?
Acanthopterygii for the meat, pansar scales for the scales, you get those two items when butchering them
 
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Nenju

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sausage lake
dragon kelp doesnt work with any zoology, no acanthopterygii/zoology skill gain.

scarlett wormster was in mo1 never caught it tho, should be a non sarducca fish
 

Kbear

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Thanks to Angelo for creating this thread. It'd be great to have a list of fish and whether to butcher or vendor as is and the price. This may be the new record but I suspect others have caught heavier
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JohnOldman

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dragon kelp doesnt work with any zoology, no acanthopterygii/zoology skill gain.
Neither do silk and sand ray meat but it should and i hope its going to be fixed soon, so its good to read the books already since they are all secondary and will be a nice head start once they get finally fixed
 

Ladupes

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i always had the notion that fish meat when butchered were just vendor material since the points in there just go downhill after being butchered..
 

JohnOldman

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couldnt tell ya. i didnt know if it was important so i threw it in the garbage

Lmao

anyway you gave plenty of info already, thanks for info in advance!

Knowing that its a sea star they are clearly bottom feeder so wherever you are testing to fish it you should always aim to the maximum depth on that place.

Starfish in real life eat
  • Barnacles
  • Coral Polyps*
  • Clams
  • Decomposed organic materials*
  • Hermit crabs*
  • Mussels
  • Other starfish*
  • Oysters
  • Plankton
  • Sea snails
  • Sea urchins
  • Seaweed*
  • Slow moving fish
  • Snails
So the most obvious bait to try first is Brown clam, but i would not discard bone tissue emalj, molarium... another thing that may work are fruits and vegetables like basileus, lysimachia, phasel beans, pirums, salvia...

I love to have some info to begin with so i can start hunting
 
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Dremlock

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Lmao

anyway you gave plenty of info already, thanks for info in advance!

Knowing that its a sea star they are clearly bottom feeder so wherever you are testing to fish it you should always aim to the maximum depth on that place, this should be at the sea.

Starfish in real life eat
  • Barnacles
  • Coral Polyps*
  • Clams
  • Decomposed organic materials*
  • Hermit crabs*
  • Mussels
  • Other starfish*
  • Oysters
  • Plankton
  • Sea snails
  • Sea urchins
  • Seaweed*
  • Slow moving fish
  • Snails
So the most obvious bait to try first is Brown clam, but i would not discard bone tissue emalj, molarium... another thing that may work are fruits and vegetables like basileus, lysimachia, phasel beans, pirums, salvia...

I love to have some info to begin with so i can start hunting

caught some more. They can't be butchered or skinned.
Depth: 756
Bait: Lesser Thalassal Snake
Hook Size: 10
location: jungle lakes

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Fisher(Sath)

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Dremlock I wish I had your patience to do this sort of fishing... It's only gonna get worse once there's only 1 server too.
 
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