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All fish are obtained through fishing in a body of water using a fishing rod. Different bodies of water contain different fish, and as such, rarer fish are caught in more dangerous places.
All fish are obtained through fishing in a body of water using a fishing rod. Different bodies of water contain different fish, and as such, rarer fish are caught in more dangerous places. <span>All are needed for </span>[[Collectus]]<span>.</span>
==List of known fishes==
==List of known fishes==
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Revision as of 23:55, 27 July 2017

All fish are obtained through fishing in a body of water using a fishing rod. Different bodies of water contain different fish, and as such, rarer fish are caught in more dangerous places. All are needed for Collectus.

List of known fishes

Preview Name Description Selling Price HP Regain Rarity Location
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Common Gupper These Common ocean fish are known for swimming in huge schools with thousands of fish. 95 8 Topple Lake / Sea
Stanfish A common fish that inhabits lakes and rivers. 100 7 Topple Lake
Bass A common fish in lakes and rivers. 180 11 Topple Lake
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Heavyhead Fish A Heavyhead Fish, this fish keeps a level head by staying low to the sea floor. 200 20 ☆☆☆ Coral Bay
Proudfish The Proudfish keep to themselves on lake floors, staying in small dazzling groups. 220 10 Lakes / Ponds
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Lake Gooble GOOBLE fish! 250 14 Lakes
Garbagefish This fish reeks! Why this slimey fish exists in the first place, we may never know. It uses its huge tusks to dig up the ocean floor for food. 280 15 ☆☆ Lakes / Ponds
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Bulbus Fish The eyes on this Bulbus Fish seem too big for its own good. They prowl the waters looking for anything the less observant fish have left behind. 350 25 ☆☆ Far Coast Sea / Fountain /

Lakes /


Shrimp A little shrimp. Mortal enemy to that of the Gnome people. 400 15 Far Coast / Sea
Mudfish A fish that lives in the mud on the bottom of the lakes. 600 16 Topple Lake
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Blackrock Skimmerfish This common pondfish fills the surprisingly dense pond in front of Blackrock Mountain. 800 20 ☆☆ Blackrock Pond
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Algae Worm This slimey worm reeks of algae. The worm patrols lake floors, slurping up algae as it goes along. 1,000 15 Lakes
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Sand Slime A slime creature covered in sand. Or is it made of sand? 1,000 8 ☆☆☆ Lakes / Ponds
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Coldwater Shrimp This chilly little shrimp seems comfortable in frozen waters. 1,000 30 ☆☆ Frigid Waste / Sea
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Frozen Lake Gooble This Lake Gooble is frozen stiff! How it managed to hook itself, we may never know. 1,000 25 ☆☆☆ Frigid Waste / Lakes / Ponds
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Rock Carp This carp's scales are as hard as stone, but the fish itself is relatively weightless. 1,100 25 ☆☆ Blackwater Pond
Clownfish This red noses fish is named after something called a Clownfish. Its puffy fins help to muffle the sound of its own bad jokes. 2,000 10 ☆☆☆ Long Coast / Sea
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Magma Worm A worm that eats, breathes, and lives magma. 2,500 20 ☆☆☆ Below The Pits
Gelafish A floating Gelafish. These creatures of light never float too far from where they are born, and act as landmarks for the other fish of the sea. 2,500 15 ☆☆☆ Sea
Bottomdweller Bottomdweller's love to hang around the water's floor, feasting on sand, and Sand Slimes. 2,600 15 ☆☆☆ Lakes / Ponds
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Red Clapper 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. 3,000 30 ☆☆ Frigid / Waste Sea
Coilfish The Coilfish can generate a huge amount of power using the three magma coils on its snoot. 3,300 33 ☆☆☆ Below The Pits
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Bignose Angler Bignose Angler fish lure their prey with their glowing red beacon. When a fish approaches the Angler, it lashes out with it's huge nose to knock the fish out. 4,500 50 ☆☆☆ Sea
Conglomerate A strange conglomeration. Its origins are unknown. 4,500 25 ☆☆ Lakes / Ponds
Ogrefish Named by and after the Ogre themselves, these fish act as alpha predators in their water holes. 5,000 25 ☆☆ Lakes / Ponds
Shockjaw A striped Shockjaw fish. Its expressive gills seem to buzz with electricity. 5,000 50 ☆☆☆ Frigid waste/ Sea


Sniffer Fish This snooty fish prowels the lower depths of the lakes and ponds. It uses it's long nose to sniff out algae worms. 5,000 40 ☆☆☆ Lakes / Ponds
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Lagoonneck Fish 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. 5,000 40 ☆☆ Frigid Waste
Bonefish A wild Bonefish. These creepy ocean-dwellers can live nearly 100 years, but rarely do they come close to the surface. 7000 50 ☆☆☆☆ Frigid Waste / Sea
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Ocean Platycricket Dangerous but friendly, the Ocean Platycricket usually likes to keep to itself. Only in when in danger will a Platycricket lash out against anyone, while only in a calm environment will its friendly persona appear. 7,000 50 ☆☆☆☆ Sea
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Ghost Clapper This fish hardly seems to exist. Its ghostly image unclear, only the sound of a faint clapping drums around it. What does it applaud? 7,000 50 ☆☆☆☆ Coral Bay / Sea
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Blue Ogrefish A Blue Ogrefish. Usually a solitary creature, the Blue Ogrefish tends to live in coral infested areas. 7,500 35 ☆☆☆☆ Frigid Waste / Lakes
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Cyclops Shockjaw 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. 8,000 50 ☆☆☆☆ Coral Bay / Sea
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Goliath Algae Worm A giant Goliath Algae Worm. It seems twice as big as a normal worm. 10,000 100 ☆☆☆☆ Lakes / Blackwater Pond
Shark A dangerous predator of the ocean. Hooking something this big is quite impressive! 10,000 200 ✰✰✰✰✰ Coral Bay
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Garnoth Fish An unusual Garnoth Fish. It seems half fish, half something else entirely. 10,000 50 ☆☆☆☆☆ Pebble Bay
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Dragon Shrimp A ferocious Dragon Shrimp. Sturdy red scales line the shrimp, protecting it from most predators. 10,000 100 ☆☆☆☆☆ Coral Bay
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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. 12,000 150 ☆☆☆☆☆ Below The Pits
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Riverlord Fish This huge fish rules over the riverlands. 25,000 100 ☆☆☆☆☆ River
Bozo Thought to have once been a species of coral, the Bozo is a strange creature capable of moving around by swinging its three arms wildly. It floats around in the current, only thrashing itself away when it senses predators about. 30,000 200 ✩✩✩✩✩ Frigid Waste
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Centennial Catfish With its extraordinary size and might this rare catfish species can live up to 100 years. 100,000 50 ☆☆☆☆ Lakes / Ponds


Serpent of the Deep The Serpent of the Deep only appears in hazy dreams and unheard of tales. Its meek presence seems filled with dark intention. 100,000 200 ☆☆☆☆☆ Coral Bay
Oddity This creature seems to be made of a strange jagged material. The oddity doesn't belong here, its very presence warping the reality around it. 100,000 200 ☆☆☆☆☆ Coral Bay


The Immortal Crustacean This strange crab glows with the knowledge of eons. Whatever it seems to know, it doesn't share. Faint markings line the back of its shell, but time seems to have washed away any hopes of reading them. 100,000 200 ☆☆☆☆☆ The Long Coast
Jerryfish What's the deal with this thing? This oddly named 'fish' doesn't look like a fish at all. Without for or direction, this fish's aura seems like a bad joke made reality. 100,000 500 ☆☆☆☆☆ Fountain / Coral Bay
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King of the Sea Long ago a nameless fish roamed the ocean. Though none recognized his claim, the fish sought to keep the sea safe. As the ages passed, the fish's name and true purpose lost to time, legend overcame truth and the world warped myth into reality. 250,000 500 ☆☆☆☆☆ Coral Bay
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