Consumables are items in Fantastic Frontier that players can purchase from food vendors, as a possible drop from mobs, or can be found in the wildernesses. Consumables are meant to restore a certain amount of HP towards a wounded player.
Note: Please be aware that some of the consumables can appear in more than one category.
List of Consumables
The list of consumables that can be purchased from vendors in the Frontier.
The list of consumables that are rewarded and/or gifted to players through various means and sources (excluding the Otherworld Tower dungeon).
The second chart will show you the list of edible plants, specifically the ones located in the harvestable section of the Itempedia.
A delicious and safe to eat mushroom. It seems to have a potato growing in the middle of it.
This large yellow flower is sought after for its pleasant citrus scent and its delicious flavor.
A delicious Plumbo Flower. Plumbo's are safe to eat, unlike most things you find out in the wilderness.
The honey mushroom has a sweet smell which draws wildlife and insects to it.
A delicious stack of fruit. A large enough meal to fill any stomach.
The third chart will show you the list of edible fishes.
The fourth chart will show you the list of edible items that are dropped from mobs.
"These common ocean fish are known for swimming in huge schools with thousands of fish."
"Two "regular" sticks of delicious celery."
"A loaf of delicious bread."
"A gloomy looking root of some unknown plant. While Darkroot can be found all over the Frontier, the plant this root feeds is unseen."
"Some savory thin sliced pepperoni."
"A ripe red apple, straight from the tree."
"This red fish has some seriously wide fins. Legend says giant Red Clappers used to clap their fins together to create powerful tsunamis, but such an anomaly has never been recorded."
"A Blue Ogrefish. Usually a solitary creature, the Blue Ogrefish tends to live in coral infested areas."
"This long-necked fish coils itself back like a snake. It uses its length to stick its head deep between rocks and crevices in search of algae and waterbugs."
"A freshly baked pie."
" Twice the size of a regular beet and double the flavor, the beet'zo outshines the beet in all ways."
"The big black eye of this Cyclops Shockjaw eyes you with an electric energy. The gaze of one of these fish can zap a shrimp to dust."
"An unusual Garnoth Fish. It seems half fish, half something else entirely."
"This fish hardly seems to exist. Its ghostly image unclear, only the sound of a faint clapping drums around it. What does it applaud?"
" This large yellow flower is sought after for its pleasant citrus scent and its delicious flavor."
"A delicious Plumbo Flower. Plumbos are safe to eat, unlike most things you find out in the wilderness."
"Does not contain eggs."
Pack of Gum
"A pack of delicious sugar-free bubble gum."
" This odd food tastes better than it appears, and heals for quite a bit. Some do not trust its appearance."
"A ferocious Dragon Shrimp. Sturdy red scales line the shrimp, protecting it from most predators."
" Now grown by humans, the Giant's Corn was once a staple of Giant agriculture."
Lesser Dungeon Candy
"An easily portable candy, typically carried by dungeon crawlers. Even hundreds can fit in an adventurer's pocket."
"This huge fish rules over the riverlands. Whatever its crown is made of, other fish seem to fear it. Thought to only be a legend, this odd fish seems all too real."
Ancient Magma Fish
"These ancient magma fish are said to swim in the molten lakes far beneath the ground. They are often considered to be one of the oldest fish in existence as they have been around since the very first magma was first formed."
Greater Dungeon Candy
"A fancy portable candy, typically carried by dungeon crawlers. Even hundreds can fit in an adventurer's pocket."
Rich Man's Delight
"An overindulgent amount of food. Tasty, but expensive."
The fifth chart will show you the list of consumables that can be dropped from birds.