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Fishing

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Icon Name Liquid Mastery Description Location(s)
Crucian Carp
Freshwater
Beginner II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
With a flat body and wide tail fin, this common fish can be caught just about anywhere.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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White Crucian Carp
Freshwater
Beginner III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It looks like a regular crucian carp, but it's head is flatter and protrudes more.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Piranha
Freshwater
Advanced I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
Its name literally means "fish with teeth."
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Bitterling
Freshwater
Advanced III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
The distinctive navy line travels all the way down its body.
Common: 1-4 cm, Big: 8 cm or bigger

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Cyprinid
Freshwater
Beginner II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
Toward the end of spring, it lays its eggs inside a clam's shell. It's a very popular aquarium fish.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 16 cm or bigger

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Freshwater Sleeper
Freshwater
Beginner III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
When it's time to lay eggs, it coos like a pigeon.
Common: 1-4 cm, Big: 8 cm or bigger

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Cherry Salmon
Freshwater
Advanced II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It prefers oxygen-rich waters. It looks similar to a trout.
Common: 15-20 cm, Big: 25 cm or bigger

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Ricefish
Freshwater
Beginner I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
This hardy fish can withstand changes in temperature, salinity, or purity.
Common: 1-3 cm, Big: 5 cm or bigger

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Pale Chub
Freshwater
Beginner I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
Tiny but tough, it feeds mostly on microorganisms that dwell on stones or in the sand. It also enjoys the occasional insect.
Common: 1-4 cm, Big: 8 cm or bigger

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Catfish
Freshwater
Advanced IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
Famous for its mustache, they say soups made from catfish are excellent for your health.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Bluegill
Freshwater
Intermediate II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It gets its name from the blue dot near its gills.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Salmon
Freshwater
Intermediate I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
When it's time to lay eggs, it changes colors, stops eating, and swims back to the river where it was born.
Common: 40-60 cm, Big: 80 cm or bigger

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River Salmon
Freshwater
Intermediate II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
This type of salmon stays in the river and doesn't go to the ocean.
Common: 40-60 cm, Big: 80 cm or bigger

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Axolotl
Freshwater
Advanced III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's ridiculously cute and can regenerate lost limbs.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Speckled Axolotl
Freshwater
Advanced IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
Just like an axolotl, but with speckles! It's just as cute and can also regenerate lost limbs.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Mantis Shrimp
Freshwater
Intermediate III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
If you put a bunch of them in a basket, they start bumping into each other. They tend to shake their tails.
Common: 1-2 cm, Big: 3 cm or bigger

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Striped Mantis Shrimp
Freshwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
If you put a bunch of them in a basket, they start bumping into each other. They tend to shake their tails.
Common: 1-2 cm, Big: 3 cm or bigger

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Largemouth Bass
Freshwater
Intermediate I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's a vicious predator that preys on other fish, eggs, and baby fish.
Common: 10-25 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Northern Snakehead
Freshwater
Advanced IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's delicious, loaded with nutrients, and gives you lots of energy!
Common: 50-60 cm, Big: 80 cm or bigger

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Golden Mandarin Fish
Freshwater
Advanced II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
The black spots all over its body are splotchy and messy.
Common: 10-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Muddy Loach
Freshwater
Beginner IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's very slippery, but it's high in protein.
Common: 10-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Cobitis
Freshwater
Advanced I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
The patterns on this nocturnal fish look like they were carefully painted on by an artist.
Common: 10-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Barbel
Freshwater
Intermediate III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
A member of the carp family that's very sensitive to changes in the environment.
Common: 15-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Minnow
Freshwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
An active eater that preys on shellfish and insects.
Common: 5-8 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Leaf Fish
Freshwater
Advanced III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's called a "Leaf Fish" because of its flat, leaf-shaped body.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Topmouth Gudgeon
Freshwater
Beginner IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
During mating season, the male prepares a nest to attract a female. Afterward, it stays and protects its eggs.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Koi
Freshwater
Intermediate I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
A fish specially bred to have a superior color, pattern, and even gloss.
Common: 50-60 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Calico Koi
Freshwater
Advanced IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
This elegant koi has black and red patterns all over its white body.
Common: 50-60 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Dalmatian Koi
Freshwater
Advanced III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
A stylish koi with the perfect blend of black patterns on its white body.
Common: 50-60 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Golden Koi
Freshwater
Master

Lives in freshwater rivers.
A beautiful koi that glimmers like pure gold.
Common: 50-60 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Peacock-Eye Stingray
Freshwater
Advanced II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
The spots on its back look like hundreds of eyeballs.
Common: 30-100 cm, Big: 200 cm or bigger

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Sturgeon
Freshwater
Advanced II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It can live for many years, but because of the demand for caviar, they've become endangered.
Common: 40-60 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Eel
Freshwater
Advanced I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's born in the ocean, but it eventually swims to a river and lives its out life there. Great for any dish, especially summer grilling.
Common: 50-70 cm, Big: 150 cm or bigger

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Freshwater Bream
Freshwater
Intermediate II

Lives in freshwater rivers.
A bream with a twirly fin and dopey smile.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Star Bream
Freshwater
Intermediate III

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It has a tiny star close to its spiky dorsal fin. They're known to be fussy.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Zebra Bream
Freshwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in freshwater rivers.
Its pectoral fin looks like a pair of wings. The big stripe makes it a popular aquarium fish.
Common: 30-50 cm, Big: 70 cm or bigger

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Knight Fish
Freshwater
Beginner I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
This fish always remains calm, even in the face of danger. It's the Empress's favorite fish.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Broccoturtle
Freshwater
Beginner I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
It's a baby turtle with broccoli on its back! They may be cute, but they bite, so watch your fingers.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 150 cm or bigger

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Treelacanth
Freshwater
Master

Lives in freshwater rivers.
An ancient fish that's merged with plant life. You'll need to sail through time if you want to catch it!
Common: 500-800 cm, Big: 1000 cm or bigger

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Mecha Shark
Freshwater
Intermediate I

Lives in freshwater rivers.
A mechanical shark that was made by an unknown blacksmith. It looks scary, but it's actually pretty harmless.
Common: 50-200 cm, Big: 400 cm or bigger

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Blackback Butterflyfish
Saltwater
Intermediate II

Lives in the ocean.
When it spreads out its unusually large pectoral fins, it looks just like a butterfly.
Common: 10-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Saddle Butterflyfish
Saltwater
Intermediate II

Lives in the ocean.
The end of its dorsal fin trails off into a thin string. Very popular in aquariums.
Common: 10-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Sunny Butterflyfish
Saltwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in the ocean.
It's sometimes confused for the Blackback Butterflyfish, but true anglers can spot the difference instantly.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Striped Beakfish
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
With strong teeth and excellent eyes, this is a tough fish to land.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Black Porgy
Saltwater
Advanced IV

Lives in the ocean.
Its dorsal fin is robust and sturdy.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Crimson Sea Bream
Saltwater
Master

Lives in the ocean.
This fish is born a male and becomes a female when it matures. Whether grilled or boiled, it's always delicious.
Common: 15-25 cm, Big: 35 cm or bigger

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Red Big Eye
Saltwater
Advanced III

Lives in the ocean.
Its body is a deep crimson, and it has a noticeable underbite.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Porcupinefish
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
When it inflates, it sticks its spines out. Try not to get stung when you're taking it off the hook!
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Tiger Blowfish
Saltwater
Advanced I

Lives in the ocean.
Extremely poisonous, but if you cook it right, it's one of the tastiest things you'll ever eat. Its poison gets more potent during spring.
Common: 40-50 cm, Big: 60 cm or bigger

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Blowfish
Saltwater
Intermediate I

Lives in the ocean.
Remove the poison completely before eating it. You can steam it, turn it into broth, or use it for a spicy stew!
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Dolphin
Saltwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in the ocean.
This delightful and super intelligent mammal lives in the ocean.
Common: 100-200 cm, Big: 450 cm or bigger

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Killer Whale
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
The ultimate ocean predator. Intelligent and insanely strong, it passes on all of its hunting knowledge to its offspring.
Common: 500-700 cm, Big: 1000 cm or bigger

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Humpback Whale
Saltwater
Advanced IV

Lives in the ocean.
This whale is known for its extraordinary ability to show sympathy. It even protects weaker fish from predators.
Common: 700-1100 cm, Big: 1600 cm or bigger

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Stingray
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
It has flat diamond-shaped body and a long tail with a poisonous tip. Try not to get stung!
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 200 cm or bigger

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Great White Shark
Saltwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in the ocean.
It has a difficult, violent life throughout its infancy. Once it reaches adulthood, it dominates the ocean.
Common: 200-400 cm, Big: 650 cm or bigger

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Shortfin Mako Shark
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
The fastest of all shark species, it can live off of both fresh and rotting meat.
Common: 200-400 cm, Big: 600 cm or bigger

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Whale Shark
Saltwater
Master

Lives in the ocean.
Despite its size, it's actually quite docile. It has white speckles on its back.
Common: 1200-1400 cm, Big: 1800 cm or bigger

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Smooth Hammerhead
Saltwater
Beginner IV

Lives in the ocean.
It gets its name from the shape of its head. When dried, its fin can be used for cooking.
Common: 200-250 cm, Big: 350 cm or bigger

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Mackerel
Saltwater
Beginner IV

Lives in the ocean.
This blueback lives in herds with fish of similar size. It's easy to catch, making it a common dish among most people.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Flying Fish
Saltwater
Advanced III

Lives in the ocean.
When threatened, it spreads out its pectoral fins to make it look like it's flying.
Common: 20-25 cm, Big: 36 cm or bigger

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Cutlassfish
Saltwater
Advanced I

Lives in the ocean.
Resembling the curved blade of a cutlass, this fish is an excellent source of protein.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 150 cm or bigger

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Skipjack Tuna
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
Though it can found in the deep sea, it prefers to live in clean waters. It's high in protein and low in fat.
Common: 70-100 cm, Big: 120 cm or bigger

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Black Drum
Saltwater
Beginner II

Lives in the ocean.
Its subtle flavors make it very versatile in cooking. It can be grilled, seared, or eaten as sashimi.
Common: 60-70 cm, Big: 80 cm or bigger

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Flathead Grey Mullet
Saltwater
Intermediate II

Lives in the ocean.
Depending on the season, this fish tastes differently. It's horrible in the summer, but in the winter, there's nothing tastier!
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Striped Marlin
Saltwater
Advanced I

Lives in the ocean.
Known for its uniquely spear-shaped mouth, it's usually either grilled or eaten in sushi.
Common: 200-300 cm, Big: 420 cm or bigger

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Anchovy
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean.
It can be spiced, dried, or pickled. When dried, it's an excellent source of calcium.
Common: 1-2 cm, Big: 3 cm or bigger

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Sailfin Sandfish
Saltwater
Intermediate I

Lives in the ocean.
This scaleless fish is delicious when braised or grilled.
Common: 15-20 cm, Big: 26 cm or bigger

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Cuttlefish
Saltwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in the ocean.
It's easily the tastiest of all cephalopods, and its bone can be used as a medicine to treat bleeding.
Common: 8-50 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Squid
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
It can change its body color. Some of them even glow! Known to squirt ink in a pinch.
Common: 2-50 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Octopus
Saltwater
Advanced I

Lives in the ocean.
With its eight wriggling tentacles, this extremely intelligent mollusk turns red and squirts a cloud of ink when it's threatened.
Common: 50-150 cm, Big: 300 cm or bigger

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Horse Mackerel
Saltwater
Beginner II

Lives in the ocean.
It doesn't have a very fishy smell and actually has a slightly sweet flavor. A very common sushi fish.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Sardine
Saltwater
Beginner IV

Lives in the ocean.
It travels with other sardines by the millions in breathtakingly large schools. It's sometimes called the "rice of the ocean" since it's on the bottom of the food chain.
Common: 15-20 cm, Big: 25 cm or bigger

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Amberjack
Saltwater
Advanced IV

Lives in the ocean.
It has a blue back and a silver-white belly. It's very tasty and often eaten as sashimi.
Common: 70-100 cm, Big: 150 cm or bigger

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Silver Perch
Saltwater
Advanced I

Lives in the ocean.
The big, bulging eyes are the trademark of this metallic-looking fish.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Saw-Edged Perch
Saltwater
Advanced III

Lives in the ocean.
It's very rare, very expensive, and very tasty.
Common: 50-80 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Halibut
Saltwater
Beginner III

Lives in the ocean.
It has a flat, egg-shaped body, and both of its eyes are on its right side.
Common: 15-50 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Thread-Sail Filefish
Saltwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in the ocean.
It's body is flat and shaped like a diamond. It can be dried and made into jerky.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Hermit Crab
Saltwater
Intermediate II

Lives in the ocean.
As it grows, it'll leave behind its smaller shell in exchange for something more spacious.
Common: 3-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Lobster
Saltwater
Advanced I

Lives in the ocean.
It hides under rocks during the day and moves around at night. Its pincers are surprisingly powerful.
Common: 15-40 cm, Big: 60 cm or bigger

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Tiger Prawn
Saltwater
Beginner II

Lives in the ocean.
This shrimp has a pleasantly chewy texture and is loaded with calcium. It has several brown stripes on its back.
Common: 5-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Horse Crab
Saltwater
Beginner IV

Lives in the ocean.
Unlike other crabs, this one is an excellent swimmer. For some reason, females are most delicious during the early summer.
Common: 5-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Seahorse
Saltwater
Advanced IV

Lives in the ocean.
This adorable and tiny fish was named for its horse-like appearance. They pair up with their mates for life, and the males give birth to the offspring!
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Sea Turtle
Saltwater
Advanced III

Lives in the ocean.
It can use its flippers to quickly swim for long distances. A healthy one can live to be over 100 years old!
Common: 50-80 cm, Big: 120 cm or bigger

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Panther Grouper
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
The black spots on its back make it a very popular fish in aquariums.
Common: 20-40 cm, Big: 60 cm or bigger

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Blue-Spotted Mudskipper
Saltwater
Beginner III

Lives in the ocean.
This unique, bug-eyed creature hops around on muddy shores in search of food.
Common: 10-13 cm, Big: 18 cm or bigger

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Greenling
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
It has long, slender body and no scales. Fairly easy to catch.
Common: 15-30 cm, Big: 60 cm or bigger

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Rockfish
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
It's commonly used in sushi, but it also makes for a fantastic spicy fish stew.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Sea Cucumber
Saltwater
Advanced IV

Lives in the ocean.
It has bumps all over its long body, just like a cucumber.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Sea Urchin
Saltwater
Advanced II

Lives in the ocean.
Some people think it looks like a spiky chestnut. Pick it up gently so you don't poke yourself!
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Blue Starfish
Saltwater
Intermediate II

Lives in the ocean.
Unlike other starfish, this one doesn't attack clams. It cleans the ocean by scavenging on dead, rotten fish.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Starfish
Saltwater
Beginner III

Lives in the ocean.
Its five limbs form a distinct star shape, giving this sea creature its name. Whenever it loses a limb, it will grow it back over time.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Jellyfish
Saltwater
Intermediate I

Lives in the ocean.
Its soft, squishy body resembles a mushroom or an umbrella. It has poisonous tendrils and will sting you if you make it angry!
Common: 2-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Fat Innkeeper Worm
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
Savory and packed with nutrients, this creature can contract and expand its body at will.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Triton's Trumpet
Saltwater
Intermediate I

Lives in the ocean.
It's one of the starfish's only natural predators. If you drill a hole in the tip, you can use it as a trumpet!
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Seaweed
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean.
High in calcium, this plant is thought to be very nutritious for new mothers.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 150 cm or bigger

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Red Rockfish
Saltwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in the ocean.
It has two large, protruding eyes and poisonous fins.
Common: 15-25 cm, Big: 35 cm or bigger

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Abalone
Saltwater
Advanced III

Lives in the ocean.
One of the most popular delicacies throughout history. Many people think it looks like chaos onyx.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Sea Pineapple
Saltwater
Advanced III

Lives in the ocean.
Covered in tons of bumps, this creature somewhat resembles a red pineapple.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 18 cm or bigger

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Yesso Scallop
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
Its shell looks like a fan. It tastes good grilled, in soup, or in sushi.
Common: 2-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Littleneck Clam
Saltwater
Beginner III

Lives in the ocean.
If you step on old, dried shells, they crunch loudly under your feet. It's super satisfying, but make sure it's not still alive when you step on it!
Common: 2-4 cm, Big: 6 cm or bigger

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Mussel
Saltwater
Intermediate I

Lives in the ocean.
The flesh of a mussel has a soft red tint to it. There's no better feeling like a bowl of hot mussel soup on a cold winter night!
Common: 5-14 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Pearl Oyster
Saltwater
Advanced IV

Lives in the ocean.
When sand or other substances enter the shell, the oyster coats it in a defensive fluid. After layers of the fluid build up, a pearl is formed.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Machodile
Saltwater
Intermediate III

Lives in the ocean.
With a menacing nose ring and a razor-sharp fringe on its back, this crocodile is one of the more formidable sea creatures.
Common: 100-300 cm, Big: 500 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Masked Parexus
Saltwater
Master

Lives in the ocean.
Thought to be long extinct, this fish was cursed by a witch many years ago, giving it an odd face that looks like a mask.
Common: 100-300 cm, Big: 500 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Octopirate
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean.
It always looks like it's blushing, and when it gets too embarrassed, it runs away. It's a horrible pirate.
Common: 100-300 cm, Big: 500 cm or bigger

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Jailfish
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean.
The black and white stripes, natural burglar mask, and shackles give this shady fish its name.
Common: 100-300 cm, Big: 500 cm or bigger

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Footballfish
Saltwater
Master

Lives in the ocean.
Its savage appearance earned it the nickname "Terror of the Deep." The angrier it gets, the brighter the light on its lure glows.
Common: 100-300 cm, Big: 500 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Pineapple Fish
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean around Harang Island.
Yoharang in Evansville can tell you how to get there.
Aside from its striking gold color, this fish has a distinct dorsal fin that looks just like a pineapple.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Star Candy Crab
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean around Harang Island.
Yoharang in Evansville can tell you how to get there.
It's famous for the little stars on its back.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Heartthrob Stingray
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean.
This powerful fish is difficult to keep on a line, but the exhilaration of catching it makes it well worth it.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 200 cm or longer.

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Blooming Axolotl
Saltwater
Beginner I

Lives in the ocean.
A rare axolotl covered in flowers. They say that if you land a prize catch, your future will be like a walk through a garden.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big 30 cm or longer.

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Crimson Piranha
Lava
Advanced IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
It looks much angrier than a regular piranha. It's hot to the touch.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 40 cm or bigger

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Steam Ray
Lava
Advanced III

Lives in liquid hot magma.
Like a normal stringray, it's flat with a long tail. The flame on its tail leaves a trail of steam behind it when it coasts on the surface.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 200 cm or bigger

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Fiery Whale Shark
Lava
Advanced IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
Unlike its docile cousin, this whale shark is confrontational and violent.
Common: 1200-1400 cm, Big: 1800 cm or bigger

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Lava Bass
Lava
Intermediate IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
This bass swallowed lava and somehow survived. It developed thick scales as a result, and now it can swim freely through lava.
Common: 10-25 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Scarlet Pearl Oyster
Lava
Advanced IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
It uses the same process to make pearls as a regular pearl oyster, except that it uses lava. Red pearls are said to possess mysterious power.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Red Seaweed
Lava
Advanced II

Lives in liquid hot magma.
This seaweed species thrives in a molten environment. It quickly shrivels up when removed from the safety of the lava.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 150 cm or bigger

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Hot Blowfish
Lava
Advanced III

Lives in liquid hot magma.
Instead of poison, it shoots out bits of lava when it's angry. It's angry quite often, so watch out!
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Red Thread-Sail Filefish
Lava
Advanced II

Lives in liquid hot magma.
When it swims close to the surface of the lava, it produces a nutty, salty smell.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Red-Hot Grouper
Lava
Advanced I

Lives in liquid hot magma.
It closely resembles the panther grouper, except it's red. The black spots on its body get bigger when threatened.
Common: 20-40 cm, Big: 60 cm or bigger

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Red Sailfin Sandfish
Lava
Beginner IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
Its scales became stronger and thicker over time to withstand the scorching magma. Its fin is slightly pointier than its oceanic cousin.
Common: 15-20 cm, Big: 26 cm or bigger

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Toasty Crab
Lava
Advanced I

Lives in liquid hot magma.
It's naturally incredibly spicy, so there's no need to add any pepper while cooking it. For serious spicy food lovers only!
Common: 5-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Red Bitterling
Lava
Intermediate IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
Compared to other lava-dwelling fish, it's pretty docile.
Common: 1-4 cm, Big: 8 cm or bigger

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Fiery Sardine
Lava
Beginner IV

Lives in liquid hot magma.
A close relative of the ricefish, this fish is a common find when fishing in lava.
Common: 1-3 cm, Big: 5 cm or bigger

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Ridgeback Shark
Lava
Advanced III

Lives in liquid hot magma.
It has the sharpest teeth among all sharks. If you see it, turn the other way.
Common: 200-400 cm, Big: 650 cm or bigger

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Red Striped Marlin
Lava
Advanced II

Lives in liquid hot magma.
Known for its sword-like snout, this marlin has a deep stripe that spans its entire body.
Common: 200-300 cm, Big: 420 cm or bigger

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Seademon
Lava
Master

Lives in liquid hot magma.
The devilish wings on this seahorse make it a popular pet among demons.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Vilequill
Lava
Master

Lives in liquid hot magma.
It's so rare that most anglers live their whole lives without ever laying eyes on it. It's Balrog's favorite delicacy.
Common: 100-500 cm, Big: 1000 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Pyromander
Lava
Master

Lives in liquid hot magma.
The mane on the back of its neck burns for as long as it lives.
Common: 100-500 cm, Big: 1000 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Seahorus
Lava
Advanced II

Lives in liquid hot magma.
A seahorse that closely resembles Horus. It uses its demonic wings to flap through the lava.
Common: 10-50 cm, Big: 70 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Voldrake
Lava
Beginner II

Lives in the liquid hot magma of Harang Island.
Yoharang in Evansville can tell you how to get there.
It was first discovered after a volcano erupted at the bottom of the ocean. Its dragon-like body appears to be on fire.
Common: 10-50 cm, Big: 70 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Toxic Lobster
Corrupted Waters
Master

Lives in waters tainted by evil.
The pincers on this lobsters are large, poisonous, and saw-toothed, so watch out!
Common: 5-15 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Devilotl
Corrupted Waters
Master

Lives in waters tainted by evil.
You might be tempted to pet it because it's so cute, but it's actually pretty vicious and will bite your fingers off. Unlike you, it can easily regenerate lost limbs.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Blueback Whale
Corrupted Waters
Master

Lives in waters tainted by evil.
This rare and exotic whale shines a brilliant shade of violet. It has a pair of fins that look like wings.
Common: 700-1100 cm, Big: 1600 cm or bigger

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Seaseraph
Corrupted Waters
Master

Lives in waters tainted by evil.
Despite living in corrupted waters, this graceful seahorse sports a pair of fins that look like angel wings.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Poison Big Eye
Foulwater
Intermediate III

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
It feeds off of insects that can only be found in poisonous water.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or bigger

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Black Snakehead
Foulwater
Advanced III

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
It has a horrible memory. It hates poison, but it keeps forgetting that it lives in it.
Common: 50-60 cm, Big: 80 cm or bigger

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Rot Lobster
Foulwater
Advanced IV

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Its shell looks like its decaying. Often found hiding between rocks and plants.
Common: 15-40 cm, Big: 60 cm or bigger

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Mudneck Clam
Foulwater
Advanced I

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Found deep in the mud beneath toxic water. When it surfaces, everything will try to eat it.
Common: 2-4 cm, Big: 6 cm or bigger

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Deathstar
Foulwater
Advanced IV

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
This species of starfish destroys the ecosystem wherever it's introduced. It uses its decaying, poisonous tendrils to hunt and feed on clams.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Rusty Drum
Foulwater
Intermediate I

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
If you can properly remove all of its poison, it actually tastes better than a regular drum.
Common: 40-60 cm, Big: 90 cm or bigger

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Fat Perch
Foulwater
Beginner I

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
It's always bloated because of the poison.
Common: 50-80 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Sucker Perch
Foulwater
Beginner III

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
It isn't really a type of suckerfish, as the name might imply. It actually gets its name because it's extremely stupid, even for a fish.
Common: 50-80 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Smoky Butterflyfish
Foulwater
Intermediate III

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
A type of butterflyfish. The murky waters it lives in gave it that smoky color.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Killamari
Foulwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Instead of ink, this deathly creature squirts poison when threatened.
Common: 2-50 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

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Toxic Flounder
Foulwater
Intermediate II

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
A type of flounder that loves to bury itself in the poisonous mud deep beneath the water.
Common: 15-50 cm, Big: 100 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Gray Sea Pineapple
Foulwater
Advanced II

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
It doesn't look very appetizing, but it's a highly sought-after ingredient used in many fine dishes.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 18 cm or bigger

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Devil's Horn
Foulwater
Advanced III

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
The potent poison that's soaked inside the shell has to be completely removed before eating.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or bigger

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Rusty Mussel
Foulwater
Advanced II

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
The poison has given its shell a rusted, grayish color.
Common: 5-14 cm, Big: 20 cm or bigger

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Poison Leaf Fish
Foulwater
Intermediate IV

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
It has a natural resistance to toxins. The fin closest to the front of its head is slightly longer than its cousin's.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

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Sorrowfish
Foulwater
Intermediate II

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Because it lives in poison, it's always depressed and on the verge of tears.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Toxic Octopus
Foulwater
Advanced I

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Instead of ink, this deathly creature squirts poison when threatened.
Common: 50-150 cm, Big: 300 cm or bigger

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Poison Mullet
Foulwater
Beginner IV

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Unlike the flathead grey mullet, this fish is tastiest during the summer. Make sure you get rid of all the poison first!
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Mucky Mudskipper
Foulwater
Master

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Don't be fooled by its ridiculous looks. It's actually quite intelligent and difficult to catch.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Purple Rockfish
Foulwater
Master

Lives in foul, poisonous waters.
Short-tempered, impatient, and easily stressed out.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

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Shrubberpuff
Foulwater
Beginner II

Lives in the foul, poisonous water of Harang Island.
Yoharang in Evansville can tell you how to get there.
An adorable creature despite its hostile environment. It's unknown whether the petal-like scales are a product of nature or contamination.
Common: 20-30 cm, Big: 50 cm or bigger

Spoiler: [Map Name]
Slick Hermit Crab
Oil
Intermediate I

Lives in rich, sticky oil.
Its keen eyesight allows it to roam freely through oil. No matter how well you clean its shell, it's always slippery.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 25 cm or bigger

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Grubby Gudgeon
Oil
Intermediate III

Lives in rich, sticky oil.
It has the ability to purify oil. When you cut open its belly, it's surprisingly oil-free.
Common: 50-150 cm, Big: 300 cm or bigger

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Oily Scallop
Oil
Advanced II

Lives in rich, sticky oil.
It's highly adaptable to its surroundings and can survive even in the murkiest oil.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 25 cm or bigger

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Oily Shrimp
Oil
Advanced IV

Lives in rich, sticky oil.
Surprisingly, the longer it soaks in oil, the tastier it is. Make sure to clean it thoroughly to remove any bacteria.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 25 cm or bigger

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Oily Jellyfish
Oil
Advanced III

Lives in rich, sticky oil.
When threatened, it releases a poisonous mixture of oil and ink before making its escape.
Common: 100-150 cm, Big: 500 cm or bigger

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Golden Ricefish
All Fishing Spots
Beginner

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Beginner's Golden Lure to catch it more easily. Its flat, golden tail is about as wide as the thickest part of its body.
Common: 1-3 cm, Big: 5 cm or longer.

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Golden Seaweed
All Fishing Spots
Beginner

This resilient organism can live in any type of water. Use the Beginner's Golden Lure to catch it more easily. It sways back and forth under the waves, glittering on bright, clear days. Divers often confuse it for real gold.
Common: 50-100 cm, Big: 150 cm or longer.

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Golden Octopus
All Fishing Spots
Beginner

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Beginner's Golden Lure to catch it more easily. Its round, golden head and long tentacles make it a mesmerizing spectacle to encounter.
Common: 50-150 cm, Big: 300 cm or longer.

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Golden Bream
All Fishing Spots
Intermediate

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Veteran's Golden Bait to catch it more easily. Except for its white underbelly, most of its body is covered in elegant, golden scales.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 30 cm or longer.

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Golden Conch
All Fishing Spots
Intermediate

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Veteran's Golden Bait to catch it more easily. Their golden shells are often used as horns by royalty.
Common: 3-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or longer.

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Golden Starfish
All Fishing Spots
Intermediate

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Veteran's Golden Bait to catch it more easily. It's often called the "sun of the sea" because of its radiant, golden luster.
Common: 10-20 cm, Big: 50 cm or longer.

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Golden Lobster
All Fishing Spots
Advanced

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Expert's Golden Bait to catch it more easily. Its big, golden pincers sell for a very high price.
Common: 15-40 cm, Big: 60 cm or longer.

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Golden Abalone
All Fishing Spots
Advanced

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Expert's Golden Bait to catch it more easily. It's considered very lucky, and many people believe it brings magical blessings.
Common: 5-10 cm, Big: 15 cm or longer.

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Golden Turtle
All Fishing Spots
Advanced

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Expert's Golden Bait to catch it more easily. As a symbol of longevity, it's a perfect gift for new parents.
Common: 50-80 cm, Big: 120 cm or longer.

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Golden Seahorse
All Fishing Spots
Master

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Master's Golden Bait to lure it. Believed to be a good-luck charm, sailors often carry one with them on long voyages.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or longer.

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Golden Clam
All Fishing Spots
Master

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Master's Golden Bait to lure it. It houses a huge golden egg rather than a pearl.
Common: 1-5 cm, Big: 10 cm or longer.

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Golden Dolphin
All Fishing Spots
Master

This resilient creature can live in any type of water. Use the Master's Golden Bait to lure it. It radiates with a mystical golden light. A mere glimpse of this creature is said to bring a lifetime of good fortune.
Common: 1200-1400 cm, Big: 1800 cm or longer.

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Shiny Golden Ricefish
All Fishing Spots
Beginner

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Seaweed
All Fishing Spots
Beginner

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Octopus
All Fishing Spots
Beginner

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Bream
All Fishing Spots
Intermediate

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Conch
All Fishing Spots
Intermediate

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Starfish
All Fishing Spots
Intermediate

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Lobster
All Fishing Spots
Advanced

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Abalone
All Fishing Spots
Advanced

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Turtle
All Fishing Spots
Advanced

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Seahorse
All Fishing Spots
Master

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Clam
All Fishing Spots
Master

No description.

All locations.
Shiny Golden Dolphin
All Fishing Spots
Master

No description.

All locations.
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