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  1. Post on GoldFish Pet in Suggestions

    By Sinisterhope, posted
    Afternoon,
     
    It would be cool to see a Goldfish pet. 
    Put it in a bowl on a stand and have it give a buff to rarity or cast speed.
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    Just imagine a dock full of fishermen, with a goldfish on a stand right beside them..
     
    Sin
  2. Iv'e been farming dried fish with my workers in Epheria Port but when I went to packed them into trade items I couldn't find some of the fish on the crafting options, one of which being packaged dried saurel. Does anyone know hoe I can make dried saurel into packaged dried saurel so I can trade it?
  3. So im master 9 in fishing and its not so hard once you can fish moving hotspots to lvl.So now im grinding trading and i was googleing around and found some stupid bot website and i was like this cant be a thing so i click it find there discord and it has so many people in it useing bots wtf is this a thing so game breaking (PLEASE BAN THEM ALL AND PATCH IT )
  4. Where can i get Fruit of Abundance?Can i use Workers?(send node pic)Do i have to gather something?

  5. Is there a node that i can send works to to get? (plz send pics) #not ----- pics;)

  6. i need help finding all the calpheon city adventure journals! i found #1 just need help with the others plz help(send video or screen shot of the npc and  where your at on the map)
  7. i click bid and it says counting something and then show results and asks me if i wanna buy it and it says its already sold WTF??????????? how does this thing work and how should i use it?
  8. Can you repair the life span on the Epheria Sailboat?
  9. So i have used this for 3 months and they dont do anything worth the money  which cost 200 mil+ just to get to +10 and fix them (BEST WAY TO FISH IS TO GO MOVING HOTSPOTS WITH A NORMAL ROD OR TRIPLE FLOAT)Never enchant or get one of the special shit rods  
     

  10. Hey guys,
    So as the title says, I was wondering wether paste bait helps past level 5 fishing. I've been stockpiling for the past week, ended up with about 1k bait of different quality, and I'm now to embark out to sea to get from professional to artisan fishing, and was wondering wether paste bait actually works or if it's just a sort of placebo effect. Would anyone happen to know?
    Cheers
  11. Howdy,

    So, don't think I've really posted to the forums much before; been playing BDO for perhaps a month or two, and noticed something today that's a bit of an immersion-breaker (of sorts), and also seems like it could be improved upon.

    Anywho, been trying to level my fishing, and figured I'd nail two birds with one stone, and dry all the fish (and have lot now) for pet food... then I noticed an issue just earlier.  As stated in the "processing", can only dry fish on a clear day... well, right after my first batch it had started raining.  So I went into a building in Epheria Port that had a roof over it, thinking the game would be smart enough to see that I'm out of the rain, still unable to dry fish.  So I then went and visited somebody's player-house, again, still unable to dry fish, because it was raining outside.

    Would it be possible to script in some sort of area/locale detection to see whether or not a player/character is out in the elements and/or inside?  Seems a bit silly that I can't dry fish in a dry sizable area with a roof over it, or even inside of a house.

    I imagine this might have usage with other processing/professions as well that may be weather/area/locale dependent.  Anywho, just thought I'd toss the suggestion out there, cheers! 

    PS - Thankfully it finally stopped raining in the game... have a big batch of fish ready to expire that I need to get dried ASAP... but could definitely see it being an artificial blockade when people have stuff on the brink of expiration and can't process it due to a lack of location-detection to see that they're not out in the rain. 
  12. I suggest to separate fishing and gathering from the guild missions, We should be able to do just gathering when we select a gather mission and not get surprised by these frustrating fishing missions all the time, Every time we get a fishing mission i have to forfeit it because everyone refuses to do them and i do not blame them.
  13. BDO - Margoria Fishing Guide
    Update
    11 October 2018 - Updated map as the old link had expired. Now copied to site for display.10 October 2018 - Following the extensive changes to Fishing included in the 10 October 2018 Patch Notes, THIS INFORMATION IS NOW DEPRECATED AND IS CHANGED IN THE GAME. Refer to this for historical purposes only.25 January 2017 - Revised species name for Snowy Cero > Striped Bonito for Ross Sea - Light Blue zone. This name has swapped a number of times but is this for launch.25 January 2017 - Updated harpoon species for missing blue and green species. Marlin, Sailfish, Cuttlefish in Magoria - Green zone.25 January 2017 - Added Beluga Whale and Cuttlefish to harpoon species for Vadabin Sea - Orange zone. (TBC) Thanks @@yabbadabbadoo.26 January 2017 - Added fish tooltip description for node connection to Trader in the General Notes section. Added note under General Notes regarding Port Ratt fishing being trash fish table and very slow casting.27 January 2017 - Changed Swordfish > Sailfish for Harpoon species for Margoria - Yellow zone - West after testing. Added note on distance bonus varying in the same sea area (nearest node to fished location to trader).28 January 2017 - Removed trash listings as they appear the same across sea areas (Fish Bones, Seaweed. Generally Sandeel appears part of trash table also from recent fishing data). Added note on Port Ratt town being trash only. Confirmed Beluga Whale (removed Bottlenose Dolphin) and Cuttlefish for Vadabim Sea - Orange zone harpoon species. Removed Provisional tag as (I have sample checked all sea areas for fishing and harpoon species. Possibly some more lower quality species to add over time.2 February 2017 - Added Squid and Surfperch to Margoria - Yellow zone - West.06 December 2017 - The Gold Key item has been added to some fish tables in the 29 Nov 2017 Patch Notes (no note for this) notably in Margoria ocean areas, Velia Hotspot, Grana city & Lake Flonder in Kamasylvia. it is not known if this is a permanent change as it is impacting relic drop rate in these areas. When this is confirmed then the guide will be updated.13 April 2018 - The Laila's Petal blue quality item has been added as a low drop rate chance to all regions, both freshwater and sal-----er. The item is used for the new Fairy pet.Introduction
    The Margoria Expansion (Ocean) is being launched on the 25 January 2017 in the EU/NA region. Introduced on 21 July 2016 in Korea, the expansion brings a range of new content, including new seas in the wider ocean and also new fish species.
    The list here is taken from various sources posted to Korean forums (many thanks to 중2병소환사입니다 - 2 bottles of a Summoner plus the other KR fishers). The lists were translated from the Korean and cross-checked individually with the new fish species now in the data files of the EU/NA version. The fish table for Ross Sea has been confirmed already personally, as we are able to fish it already (over the barrier).
    The new sea area fish tables include most of these new species plus existing species (only yellow quality fish added). Also species in the data files but not in-game until this launch ( for example Sturgeon, which will be a harpoon species).
    For other water areas check out:
    BDO - Ocean Fish Species List
    BDO - Freshwater Fish Species List

    Important Note
    Being based on details from the Korean version of the game, these details are provisional and may change. From test fishing so far, the details have matched the list with some lower quality species to add; possibly some change to harpoon but will update as these are covered. Generally it is accurate for the EU/NA region.
    There is some detail missing (mainly in incomplete green and white species listing). It is unlikely that there will be any change to the EU/NA regional version, however, there is no way to be certain until launch that these fish tables are the same. As I fish these new sea areas any changes will be noted here and missing species added.
    Map & Key
    New sea areas (N to S) and fish tables taken from this MAP (also attached to this post).

    Vadabin Sea (바다빈 해역) = Orange & Grey
    Juur Sea (유르 해역) = Red
    Magoria (마고리아) = Yellow & Green (South, Middle & North)
    Ross Sea (로스 해역) = Light Blue & Dark Blue
    Note
    Take colours from the linked map for reference (yellow is more of a dirty yellow on map)In the original Korean 작살 = harpoon (header for harpoon species)Fish identified by colour to reflect their quality.Further details of the Margoria sea areas on this thread.Further details for the new fish species on this thread.Where fish tables cross sea areas, check the fish table. Where possible they are indicated below.No confirmation whether there are any fish spawns in the new ocean area or not.The sea areas are marked only approximately and will vary in the ocean, changing on the mini-map and text when crossing boundaries.Sea Origin nodes work differently from current seas. There are not islands for nodes but multiple ones in each sea. See notes below for more details.For updated maps showing all sea nodes, island nodes (new sea regions and species to be added) check out Fam's BDO Map Site.General notes are included below the Fish List for further detail and information. Also a section setting out Why fish the Margoria sea areas?
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    Margoria Fish List (Provisional)
    Ross Sea (로스 해역) - Dark Blue zone
    Fish Species
    Porgy
    Striped Jewfish
    Tuna
    Swordfish
    Yellow Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Mudskipper
    Sandeel
    Saurel
    Squid
    Harpoon species
    Mackereltuna
    Minke Whale
    Swordfish
    Yellow Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Note
    Extends along the N boundary of the current ocean.
    Additional white quality species added from personal catch data.
    Ross Sea (로스 해역) - Light Blue zone
    Fish Species
    Nibbler
    Striped Bonito
    Sunfish
    Marlin
    Yellow Swordfish
    Rockfish
    Rock Hind
    Sandeel
    Jellyfish
    Harpoon species
    Humpback Whale
    Bigeye Tuna
    Marlin
    Yellow Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Notes
    Light Blue zone extends across both Ross Sea and N into Magoria.
    Magoria (마고리아) - Light Blue zone (South)
    Fish Species
    Nibbler
    Striped Bonito
    Sunfish
    Marlin
    Yellow Swordfish
    Rockfish
    Rock Hind
    Sandeel
    Jellyfish
    Harpoon species
    Humpback Whale
    Bigeye Tuna
    Marlin
    Yellow Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Notes
    Light Blue zone extends across both Magoria and S into Ross Sea. Grey area on map to west appears normal Magoria LBZ fish table, not grey anymore)
    Magoria (마고리아) - Green zone (Middle)
    Fish species
    Goliath Grouper
    Cuvier
    Smokey Chromis
    Sailfish
    Marlin
    Mackerel
    Surfperch
    Seahorse
    Filefish
    Butterflyfish
    Harpoon species
    Killer Whale
    Yellowfin Tuna
    Marlin
    Sailfish
    Cuttlefish
    Magoria (마고리아) - Yellow zone - West (North)
    Fishing species
    Sunfish
    Tilefish
    Greater Amberjack
    Black Marlin
    Sailfish
    Flounder
    Tongue Sole
    Scorpion Fish
    Squid
    Surfperch
    Harpoon species
    Hammer Whale
    Albacove
    Black Marlin
    Sailfish
    Magoria (마고리아) - Yellow zone - East (North)
    Fishing species
    Tilefish
    Sunfish
    Greater Amberjack
    Black Marlin
    Sailfish
    Flounder
    Tongue Sole
    Scorpion Fish
    Squid
    Surfperch
    Harpoon species
    Sturgeon
    Tuna
    Sailfish
    Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Note: Same harpoon table as Juur Sea. This appears to be only in the north-east corner, not in the western area generally.
    Juur Sea (유르 해역) - Red zone
    Fish species
    Skate
    Moray
    Grunt
    Sailfish
    Swordfish
    Beltfish
    Mackerel Pike
    Striped Catfish
    Dolphinfish
    Surfperch
    Harpoon species
    Sturgeon
    Tuna
    Sailfish
    Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Vadabin Sea (바다빈 해역) - Orange zone
    Fish species
    Blackfin Sea Perch
    Moray
    Sea Bass
    Marlin
    Swordfish
    Flying Fish
    Rosefish
    Starfish
    Sandeel
    Shellfish
    Harpoon species
    Beluga Whale
    Giant Grouper
    Marlin
    Swordfish
    Cuttlefish
    Vadabin Sea (바다빈 해역) - Grey zone
    Fish species
    Flying Fish
    Starfish
    Rosefish
    Shellfish
    Note: Green species table.
    Port Ratt
    Default Trash Table only (i.e. Fish Bones, Seaweed, occasional Sandeel, no relics or keys usually) .
    Note: Very slow fishing time in the town safe zone. Avoid fishing in the port. Surrounding Vadabin Sea - Grey zone is a green fish table (no higher quality fish) sail out to Vadabin Sea - Orange zone for normal fish table. Possible to catch fish from the Vadabin Sea green table from the transport ship at the dock.
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    General Notes
    Luvar (f) and Giant Squid (h) available in all open water ocean areas (like existing Coelacanth (f) and Sperm whale (h)).Bahaba species appears not to be included.It appears that trash can be caught even in deep water, unlike current oceans.Generally, it appears that the proportion of high value species is higher than in current sea areas (TBC but is this way in Ross Sea).There is evidence from Ross Sea fishing that the drop rate of Ancient Relic Crystal Shards and Silver Keys is also higher. This is likely to be the case across the entire new ocean which perhaps reflects previous comments about better quality fishing the further north the fisher travels. However this remains to be confirmed for actual fishing data in the new areas.Each new sea area contains multiple nodes to discover. It is not clear yet whether all nodes are require discovery for the sea Origin to connect correctly to the trader node, or just the node actually being fished in that sea. It looks like you need at least a cleared (no fog) discovery of nodes from fishing location to Port Ratt or Lema Island (as these two are auto linked when Port Ratt is discovered) to make the required link. The fish tooltip now includes some detail of how to correctly connect nodes for trading fish caught in the new ocean area:※ If you want to sell fishes caught in the ocean for fair prices, you must connect the nodes between Lema Island and your point of sale. You also need to discover the areas near the fish’s origin.The new sea area nodes do not require CP investment, just discovery. There are three islands that require 5 CP in total to connect to Port Ratt. See Fam's BDO map site for details.It's confirmed now that the distance bonus for trading will vary depending on the nearest node the fish was caught. So fish with the same Origin sea area, may vary in bonus depending if they were caught in the same location of multiple locations/ nodes. Most likely it is a direct distance from node > Trader.Sea area closest to Haso continent, in the small grey area possibly in between it and the land is green species table only. Port Ratt safe zone itself is only a Default Trash Tables (Fish Bone, Seaweed, Sandeel) and very slow fishing time. Do not fish in Port Ratt for this reason, or the Vadabin - Grey zone either.The new sea areas contain the fish required for the new Fishing weekly quests (vary depending on Fishing skill level) given by the new NPC, Katio the sea otter on Nada Island (see link for fishing quests available, rewards, completion conditions and requirements). Check the list for the required species. Some may be caught in existing waters or more than one sea.Each weekly quest contains at least one harpoon species so some harpoon fishing will be required. They require a level 56 character with the required skill level
    Why fish the Margoria sea areas?
    The main reason to fish the new sea areas is for the higher quality fish tables. Compared to existing seas, they all have three yellow quality species (only one in most current seas) meaning a higher percentage of these fish which results in more EXP gain (fish quality dictates Fishing EXP) and silver income.There is also evidence from fishing already in the Ross Sea that the fishing time is much faster being on average 15 seconds compared to a general average of 25 seconds which is very noticeable. For active fishing this means much faster filling of the inventory and quicker EXP gain over time. Even for passive fishing it speeds up the cast > bite element.One of the main reason fishers venture out further in Korea is to obtain the maximum 150% distance bonus for trading fish caught.There is compelling evidence from Ross Sea fishing data that there is generally a higher relic shard and silver key drop rate, which also increases income over current water.Finally, there are the new fish species, both fishing and harpoon, for the Fish Guide and knowledge entries.Balance this better fishing with the increased travel time and potential dangers of Sea Monster attack, potentially PvP (no karma loss at sea as in the desert) and random Ghost Ship attacks (at night). The developers have given quite some thought to the risk/ reward balance.
    Moonraker - EU

  14. BDO - Freshwater Fishing Guide
    Updates
    10 October 2018 - Following the extensive changes to Fishing included in the 10 October 2018 Patch Notes, THIS INFORMATION IS NOW DEPRECATED AND IS CHANGED IN THE GAME. Refer to this for historical purposes only.15 February 2017 - Added trash items for Kamasylvia and note that it is possible to catch at least the Amur Minnow now over the invisible barrier. See note below.19 February 2017 - Updated entries for Kamasylvia to reflect recent Engish name revisions.23 February 2017 - Added confirmed fish tables for Kamasylvia based on two areas we can fish already close to the border. See under Kamasylvia. This includes the Bottle with a Note (now confirmed possible to obtain via fishing probably as a region wide rare chance) and Giant Fish Bone items.01 May 2017 - Updating lists to reflect the name change of Minnow > Goby Minnow. Still a common, white quality freshwater fish.03 September 2017 - Changed species name Steed > Cornet Fish to reflect new name in-game, in Serendia fish table.02 October 2017 - Added Kamasylvia fish tables with location map now confirmed in-game as Kamasylvia Part 1 is live.05 October 2017 - Name changed yet again for Steed > Cornet Fish > Barbel Steed.21 November 2017 - Added the revised Kamasylvia fish tables, species, descriptions and revised map to include both Kamasylvia Part 1 & Part 2 now.06 December 2017 - The Gold Key item has been added to some fish tables in the 29 Nov 2017 Patch Notes (no note for this) notably in Margoria ocean areas, Velia Hotspot, Grana city & Lake Flonder in Kamasylvia. it is not known if this is a permanent change as it is impacting relic drop rate in these areas. When this is confirmed then the guide will be updated.13 April 2018 - The Laila's Petal blue quality item has been added as a low drop rate chance to all regions, both freshwater and sal-----er. The item is used for the new Fairy pet.Introduction
    Although less important for fishing generally than sea areas, the inland rivers and other water bodies contain a wide range of fish species. They also have their own variation of fish spawns. The existing freshwater fishing replaced the original setup which included hidden static hotspots and differing fish tables. This has all been replaced with what now exists.
    The most important consideration of fish species locations is that, like in the various regional sea areas, each region has it's own specific fish species table.
    This means that any fish caught within a territory such as Calpheon, will be the same across the entire region (see note below on smaller waters and trash catches).
    The Valencia expansion introduced no new fish species, using part of the tables from both Mediah and Balenos (see note below).
    Generally the fish table will consist:
    1-2 yellow quality species1-2 blue quality species2-3 green quality species3-4 white quality fish species.Various trash items depending on region in all tables.Ancient Relic Crystal Shard and Silver Key items drop in all areas (not from the Default Fish Table in some smaller waters, see note below).The designers continue to add fishing content and this is reflected in new freshwater fish species and waters in the upcoming Kamasylvia region. This includes for the first time a yellow quality, high value Rare fish species, the Yellow Snapper, as a low drop rate chance across the new area.
    The list is provided to help finding missing fish species for the Knowledge entries; locating specific species for fishing quests and for general interest.
    The salt-water version of this list is available here:
    BDO - Ocean Fish Species List
    General notes and specific notes on freshwater fish spawns are included at the end for more information.
    Freshwater Fish Species List
    Calpheon
    Fish species
    Snakehead
    Arowana
    Freshwater Eel
    Bass
    Salmon
    Dace
    Mudfish
    Notch Jaw
    Roundtail Paradisefish
    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species
    Mandarin Fish
    Balenos
    Fish Species
    Pacu
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Catfish
    Crucian Carp
    Bluegill
    Rosy Bitterling
    Soho Bitterling
    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species
    Pacu
    Serendia
    Fish species
    Mandarin Fish
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Grayling
    Barbel Steed
    Terrapin
    Bitterling
    Bubble Eye
    Yellowfin Sculpin
    Trash
    Tattered Boot
    Snapped Rope
    Torn Net
    Fish spawn species:
    Leather Carp
    Mediah
    Fish Species
    Leather Carp
    Piranha
    Yellow-Head Catfish
    Kuhlia Marginata
    Smelt
    Sweetfish
    Bleeker
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Perch
    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Bag
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species:
    Piranha
    Note
    Only one blue species but two yellow species.
    Valencia
    Fish species
    Pacu
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Catfish
    Crucian Carp
    Bleeker
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Perch
    Trash catch
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species
    None
    Note
    Species taken from two existing fish tables. Yellow, blue, green quality species from Balenos and white quality species from Mediah.
    Kamasylvia A - Kamasylvia Vicinity Associated nodes include: Kamasylvia Vicinity Fish SpeciesNone TrashBroken Bottle FragmentFertilizer SackWashed-Up Laundry OtherNone NotePossibly a bugged fish table as it is not the normal Default Fish Table (sandeel/ surfperch, fish bones, seaweed). Appears to be no fish or other items in this table. Kamasylvia B - Atanis Pond Associated nodes include: Atanis Pond, Atanis Waterway, Caduil Forest, Krogdalo Trace, Mansuam Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Polly's Forest, Shady Tree Forest, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Cabin (North), Tooth Fairy Forest (North), Viv Foretta's Cabin Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)Mandarin FishSpotted BarbelDiamond MinnowStriped ShinerAmur MinnowBassYellowfin Sculpin TrashSnapped RopeTattered BootTorn Net OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch SeaweedBottle with a NoteGiant Fish Bone NoteOne of the fish tables introduced with Kamasylvia Part 1 and appears to have a slightly higher than average relic drop rate. Also includes a very low chance of fishing up a Bottle with a Note quest item, or a Giant Fish Bone house ornament. Kamasylvia C - Navarn Steppe Associated nodes include: Loopy Tree Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Navarn Springs, Navarn Steppe, Shady Tree Forest, Tooth Fairy Cabin (South), Tooth Fairy Forest (South), Western Valtarra Mountains Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)PacuSwiriLenokYellow-Head CatfishStumpy BullheadSweetfishGoby Minnow TrashSnapped RopeTattered BootTorn Net OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch SeaweedBottle with a NoteGiant Fish Bone NoteOne of the fish tables introduced with Kamasylvia Part 1 and appears to have a slightly higher than average relic drop rate. Also includes a very low chance of fishing up a Bottle with a Note quest item, or a Giant Fish Bone house ornament. Kamasylvia D - Okiara River Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)Leather CarpMiho Spine LoachArowanaCherry SalmonCommon MinnowGraylingBleeker TrashBroken Bottle FragmentFertilizer SackWashed-Up LaundryOtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch SeaweedBottle with a NoteGiant Fish Bone NoteOne of the fish tables introduced with Kamasylvia Part 1 and appears to have a slightly higher than average relic drop rate. Also includes a very low chance of fishing up a Bottle with a Note quest item, or a Giant Fish Bone house ornament. Kamasylvia E - Grána city Associated nodes include: Grána Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)Granges D'or (Rare)Spotted BarbelMiho Spined LoachDiamond MinnowYellow-Head CatfishStumpy BullheadSweetfishGoby Minnow TrashNo trash OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch Seaweed NoteFish table confined to the city boundaries, with other tables outside, even within the safe zone.No trash group in the table.Golden Siniperca have a higher than normal drop rate for a high value rare fish.The new high value rare species, the Granges D'Or appears to have a lower drop rate even for rare fish.The average relic drop rate appears lower than the Kamasylvia Part 1 fish tables (B,C&D).No Bottle with a Note or Giant Fish Bone items confirmed caught to date. Kamasylvia F - Lake Flonder Associated nodes include: Grána (East), Lake Flonder, Okiara RiverFish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)PacuSwiriLenokYellow-Head CatfishStumpy BullheadSweetfishGoby Minnow TrashNo trash OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch Seaweed NoteNo trash group in the table.Same as Kamasylvia C but with no trash group.The average relic drop rate appears lower than the Kamasylvia Part 1 (A,B,C&D) fish tables (TBC).No Bottle with a Note or Giant Fish Bone items confirmed caught to date. Kamasylvia G - Coastal (Inland) Associated nodes include: Grana (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Tooth Fairy Forest, Yianaro's Field Fishing speciesStriped ShinerAmur MinnowBassYellowfin Sculpin TrashSnapped RopeTattered BootTorn Net OtherNone NoteBlue only fish table.No relic/key/conch group in this table.Used primarily in a zone approximately 100-200m inland the sea but also a few small pools inland. Kamasylvia H - Coastal (Sea) Associated nodes include: Acher West Camp, Grana (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Forest Fishing speciesStriped ShinerAmur MinnowBassYellowfin Sculpin Trash itemsBroken Bottle FragmentFertilizer SackWashed-Up Laundry OtherNone NotePlaceholder fish table for the sea areas that are fishable in Kamasylvia, along the coast.This is the same fish table that was  (and still is)possible to fish over the barrier from Ross Sea to part of the fogged Kamasylvia coast.It is not possible to fish whole coastline due to partial invisible barriers which give a null cast. Map - Kamasylvia Fish Table Location Map Note
    White species most likely taken from existing freshwater tables.
    Possibly more than one fish table in the region.
    Assume translated names will be updated to remove RL references for the EU/NA release.
    Fish spawns not noted yet.
    Possible to catch the Amur Minnow at least across invisible barrier from Ross Sea, west of Port Epheria since 15 February 2017 Patch Notes.
    General Notes
    Fishing speed is slower compared to in the sea and also current fish tables have a lower proportion of high quality fish and more trash content. The slowest fishing in the game is in Heidel, compounded by the fact it is nearly always Exhausted resources there too. This, together with the rather strange spawn behaviour makes it less attractive than sea fishing generally.The slower speed does however offer one advantage. That is for passive AFK fishing combined with a small inventory. The high percentage of catch auto-deleted when the option is selected, means more chances for relic shards in the remaining inventory slots (the drop rate remains similar but space is retained for longer for shard drop chances).Some smaller waters may contain the Default Fish Table (Fish Bones, Seaweed, Sandeel).The upcoming Kamasylvia expansion will also have it's own fish table with some new species added and the currently missing Swiri species also added.The last remaining freshwater species that is not yet catchable in the game we now know is the Swiri and this has been confirmed as being added with the Kamasylvia expansion.Sadly some of the most picturesque stream locations only have the default fish table and therefore offer nothing for fishing. Hopefully these can be properly identified as fishing waters for a proper fishing table at least. And some reworking of the current freshwater spawns to make them less frustrating and relevant would also help add these often attractive waters as more viable options to the fisher.Notes on freshwater Fish Spawns
    The randomly spawning fish pools are referred to as fish spawns rather than the older term hotspot, to avoid confusion between old static hotspots and the newer randomly spawning fish spawns.Fish spawns inland difference from those found at sea in how they function. The general behaviour is:The freshwater spawns have jumping fish (trout-like) but no sea gulls hovering above them.They have a short spawn duration, often de-spawning within minutes (seemingly some are bugged and de-spawn in less than a minute).On cast the spawn will de-spawn rather like Coelacanth spawns.Unlike Coelacanth it is often possible to continue catching the spawn species in the same spot 2-3 more times after de-spawn. There is no remaining animation and the float needs to be recast to the same spot for this to occur.The actual activation zone of the spawn is tight to the visual animation meaning the float needs to land in the middle or the spawn species wont be caught; unlike at sea where the activation zone extends out at least a boat length from the visual spawn.Due to many freshwater spawns being out of range from land, the use of a boat is strongly recommended. This enables the fisher to patrol the river looking for spawns and position themselves close enough for an accurate cast into the pool. Using remote collection to an appropriate inland wharf (ensuring no items in the boat hold) is possible and the easiest way to use a boat inland.There are some spawns which appear unfishable due to being in water where there is no wharf or connecting river through which to navigate to it. The spawns out of range from the shore (even with an energy cast) can not be fished. And example of this is Lake Kaia.Acknowledgements
    MaoMaoPrince for great fishing related Twitch streams, informative YouTube videos and hosting a lively Discord fishing community.
    Fam for the invaluable map and various overlays including Sea regions on his Famme’s BDO map site. 
    BDDatabase.net for an invaluable resource for Black Desert Online.
    Fellow members of the MaoMaoPrince Discord fishing community for all the help, advice and support especially sibyyl and Desado.
    The other various forums such as BDFisher and Reddit BDO for the efforts of members in sharing fishing information, often providing data and personal experiences, not otherwise available.
    Pearl Abyss for developing Black Desert Online and Kakao Games Europe B.V. for making a great MMO available for us to experience.
    Corrections & Suggestions
    If you find additional species and/ or find any errors in the above please post to this forum thread and I will aim to check and amend them. Please provide a screenshot if possible which will help in this.
    I hope this proves useful to my fellow fishers in BDO.
    Tight Lines!
    Moonraker - EU
  15. Maybe because I have been very sick and using games to take my mind off it, but I seem to have little patience for the game any more, I am hoping my comments will be noticed and the game fixed so I can return for I invested way too much money in the game.
     
    1. Started out trainng horses and spent weeks leveling until I have several t7 horses 4 male and 2 female. Breeding them gave me another t7 or t6, never a t8 and when I got a t6 from two t7, one of which I paid to breed again,I gave up.
    2. Spent the next few weeks leveling and doing quests. Until I was level 60. I was very disappointed to see I had to kill several just to get + .001. And then when they combined severs it made it harder to get a good leveling spot and keep it. Its hard to keep ones cool when you change severs to get a good spot and after being there a while to make sure no one just left to repair, you use your once a day exp plus only to have someone pop in kill you, race to kill your mobs until you waste your exp token.
    3. Ok just fish, make enough money to better the tri armor you have only to realize you can not afk fish because the servers kick you off after a while. And worse sometime they kick back in so you think your still fishing but a few hours later you realized you caught no fish and ever esc does not bring up its menu. You find yourself ctrl/delete the game and start over which after a fe days of this you know it is time to quit.
    4. When I sent in a ticket about the days wasted catching no fish, I also admitted I had begun t hate the game. The GM that answered my cry for help very polite me said I played a lot for someone who hated the game and he could do nothing to help me...Well I did play 24/7 I am sick and at home spending time and money on games, movies what ever will take my mind off being sick...But his unsympathetic candor made me realize he was correct it was time to stop looking for things to do in game when upset with another aspect of the game... I guess I keep hoping things would be fixed to make it more player friendly and still had a few friends that played. I tried to join some that went back to SWTOR but realized I still hated the combat. You know, hit a skill ,..nothing unless you tabbed first etc. So I guess I will join the ones that are raising Dinos in ARK again. They have dragons as well now.
    5. I will check the forums to see if this game is player friendly, off and on. If the friends still playing last. But I do not see it happening. I am just glad I was not like the poor guy that spent a fortune trying to get a pet that had combat when the game started. Spending hundreds of real dollars to get the correct pet seemed too much like gambling to me and I can find more enjoyable games if I want to gamble. I did fall for the spend real money to get another breeding from a horse but when the T7 gave me a T6 I knew they had gone too far to kick us while we the players were down.
    6 If Afk ever works I may try fishing aging on an older pc while I invest in a player friendly game. Then if it looks like I can upgrade my armor that way I may try again. But who am I kidding, there will be new games and if a game starts out player unfriendly it is hard to recoup and after that GM was so mean I kind of wish they wait too late to fix things. The cool thing there was enough cool things to try in this game to keep you hanging in there, which gave them plenty of time to listen to unhappy players.
  16. Hey,
    Just started the quests in velia, reached "Catching Seaweed" by Abelin (NOT the Crio Daily) 
    http://bddatabase.net/us/quest/1049/3/
    I caught 7-8 Seaweed now and still cant hand in the quest to Abelin and am getting very annoyed.
    I have heared some people say that sometimes the Return Quest place may be different, or the writing is wrong on a lot of fishing quests. I couldnt find any info on this quest though. Anyone have any idea what/where/how to do it? (Ive caught over 75-100+ fish atm here and none of these fish worked, neither the seaweed)

    Thank you!

    PS: I Did relog, and forfeit the quest to retry, nowthing worked.
  17. Hi, when I'm not grinding I'm a relatively new AFK fisher with a +6 Epheria Rod. Because of inventory limitations, I find myself having to throw away green rarity fish manually. Is there actually anyone that wants to keep those? Either way, I would love an additional option to throw away green and below rarity fish. Wouldn't even mind paying for the option.
  18. The Giant Squid is one of the new fish species being introduced with the upcoming Magoria 'Ocean' expansion content.
    It is possible to already fish into the Ross Sea (from existing adjacent sea areas) and therefore possible to catch the new species from this new sea area, including the Giant Squid. You catch it by harpoon fishing (the fishing equivalent is the new rare  Luvar).
    Like the existing Sperm Whale (also caught via harpooning), it is a Rare type fish  and sells for a premium to traders and currently has the highest value of any fish at 320K silver.
    Further details on this Reddit post here.
    GL if you decide to hunt for this new monster.

  19. One of the new fish species being introduced with the upcoming Magoria 'Ocean' expansion. It is possible to already fish into the Ross Sea and therefore to catch the new species from this new sea area, including the Luvar. It is a Rare type fish like the existing Coelacanth and sells for a premium to traders.
    Full details posted to Reddit thread here:
    [Fishing] - New 'Ocean' content - New Rare fish species - 'Luvar'. Confirmed catch in EU/NA Region.

  20. Hello random people :3
    I were just wondering if there's any fishers out there who could help me collect some data. 
    The help I'm asking for is easy: Just write down what you get every 50-100 catches, how many of each and where. Would be preferred without checking the "throw out useless items" but not needed ^^. 
    After I got a rough estimate of where you can catch which fishes with an ok ratio I'll check each spot for % and update bdfisher's wiki + make a thread in Guides here on the forums about where to catch what. 
    Take care folks (both fishers and other people ).
  21. I had intended to post this with information on the new Fishing skill Advancement quests introduced in 12 Oct 2016 Patch Notes;

    But felt it would probably help more fishers if it is available as they progress them now. They have been cross checked with the (great) BDDatabase pages for these quests.
    Do double check all quests as you get them on that site especially under the Quest Complete Conditions drop down list, which identifies the correct species and quantities required.

    BDO - Fishing Advancement Quests - Introduced in 12 Oct 2016 Patch Notes
    Note
    Name in brackets are from the quest text. Actual species required given first with no brackets.Harpoon species indicted by (h).Fish caught from fish spawns indicated by (s).Some species marked as spawn species (s) can also be caught in open water, such as Leather Carp, Piranha, Porgy, Sea Bass, Coelacanth (rarely).Fish required for all quests in quest order;
    Grayling 03
    Terrapin 03
    Mandarin Fish 05
    Leather Carp (s) 05
     
    Arowana 10
    Freshwater Eel 10
     
    Porgy (Sea Bream) 10
    Maomao (Pink Maomao) 20
    John Dory 20
     
    Galeocerdo Cuvier (h) (Tiger Shark) 02
    Whale Shark (h) 02
     
    Sea Bass (s) 15
    Eyespot Puffer (s) (Tiger Puffer) 15
     
    Leather Carp (s) 05
    Piranha (s) 10
    Yellow-Head Catfish (Bullhead) 15
    Sweetfish 15
    Smelt 20
     
    Black Porgy (s) 50
    Eyespot Puffer (s) (Tiger Puffer) 50
    Spotted Sea Bass (s) 50
    Giant Octopus (s) (King Octopus) 50
    Blue Grouper (s) 50
     
    Coelacanth (s) 06
    Sperm Whale (h) 01

    They are time consuming due to the low drop rates in freshwater locations and the sheer numbers and travel required for the sea area ones.
    Good luck with the quests.
  22. So sinse now you can buy costumes in the marketplace will the fishing and camouflage costumes will also be available to buy in the marketplace? Those things are seriously OP and im tired of being a slow ass in water or getting Pked by idiot i cannot find because they are weaking the camo thing.
  23. Updates
     12 August 2016 - Added information on the two price values (that differ) in the trade window display, under General Notes.18 November 2016 - Updated fish species list for the new species added ready for the Magoria expansion (Striped Jewfish is catch-able now).Introduction
    With the introduction of Imperial Trading in the 10 August 2016 Patch Notes, we now have the Imperial Fish Trade NPCs in-game. They offer a flat 250% bonus to price payable for a limited number of fish (30 - 40 which resets every three hours) traded with them.
    Example of the Imperial Fishing Delivery NPC window
    This is a list of the fish species which they accept and is common to all of them, in all regions. Also a list of the relevant NPCs and their location and some general notes.
    For a more detailed reference into how this works and for the specific NPC locations in each town check, out Dulfy's great Black Desert Imperial Trading Guide.
    <Imperial Fishing Delivery> NPCs
    Dius - Epheria (next to wharf manager)
    Rai - Glish (next to trade manager)
    Karon - Velia (next to wharf manager)
    Hirio - Splashing Point (next to trade manager)
    Balleo - Valencia (W side, next to the Imperial Crafting Delivery NPC)
    List Notes
    Species divided into groups. The first group are the yellow quality species and the second group are blue quality ones.Spawn species shown separately and can include species also caught in open water.All spawn species are yellow quality.They don't accept all yellow and blue quality species available. Green and white quality fish are also not accepted.None of the purely harpoon species or any of the new fish species (or altered from harpoon fishing in the 'new fishing' changes) except the spawn species are accepted.General Notes
    Nodes still need to be connected between the Origin node of the fish (the sea node shown on the fish tooltip under 'Origin') and the trader to obtain the 250% price offered. If not it is only 30% as normal.The maximum amount of any one species which can be handed in at any one time is between 30 - 40 fish of the same species. This depends on how many others have already been handed in. This will reset every three hours for a random amount between these limits.It is not possible to view the current stock situation for an Imperial trader remotely. It can only be checked in their individual trade window (left hand side).The 250% bonus offered excludes any condition (apart from expired), distance or Bargain bonuses that you have with normal traders. Excluding condition is good news for long session passive fishing.The two values displayed in the right hand side of the Trade window by the fish are a bit confusing as they vary. The bottom value is the 250% bonus price from the left side of the window. It is the price you receive. The top value includes the distance bonus (as with normal trades) but, because the Imperial trade doesn't apply that bonus as it indicates, it has no real relevance to the transaction; it's just a hang over from the normal trade window.If you want to check and view which species are available in what sea area, I posted a while back (and update) such a list for the 'new fishing' now in place on this thread in the Guide section: BDO ‘New Fishing’ - Ocean Fish Species List. All this fish table data is now incorporated into the Sea Regions overlay on Famme's BDO Map site here.Imperial Fishing Delivery - Fish species accepted
    Saltwalter
    Spawn species:
    Black Porgy
    Blue Grouper
    Eyespot Puffer
    Giant Octopus
    Grunt
    Porgy
    Sea Bass
    Smokey Chromis
    Spotted Sea Bass
    Tilefish
    Tuna
    Open water species:
    Bahaba
    Blackfin Sea Perch
    Goliath Grouper
    Greater Amberjack
    Grunt
    Moray
    Nibbler
    Porgy
    Sea Bass
    Skate
    Smokey Chromis
    Snow Cero
    Striped Jewfish
    Tilefish
    Tuna
    Angler
    Atka Mackerel
    Cero
    Checkerboard Wrasse
    Golden Thread
    Grouper
    Herring
    John Dory
    Maomao
    Octopus
    Pomfret
    Porcupine Fish
    Sea Eel
    Siganid
    Swellfish
    Swordfish
    Tapertail Anchovy
    Freshwater
    Spawn species:
    Piranha
    Leather Carp
    Mandarin Fish
    Pacu
    Piranha
    Snakehead
    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Head Catfish
    I hope this proves useful to fellow fishers in BDO.
    Tight Lines!
    Moonraker - (Croxus EU)
  24. Post on Awesome fishing spot in PVE

    By Meereele, posted
    Right outside Shasha Island you can get rich quite fast. The exact spot is as the "Butterflyfish" spot south from Rosevan Island.
    Octopus worth 5,7k 
    Marlin worth  5,7k
    Grunt worth 20k
    You can get some green and white fish, but maybe in 1 of 15 throws. Grunts you actually get every 3 to 5th throw and Marlin\Octopus every 1 to 3 throws (not kidding).
    You also get faily often ancient Relic cystal shard. I was out fro 3 hours today and got  7 ancient Relic cystal shard.
    i started fishing here from skilled1, and i am skilled7 now. 
    PS: all the fishes have its origin from "Sasha island"

    Anyone know of any other good spots?
  25. Sup guys.
    Recently i start fishing because my old AFK thing (breeding horses) is something that goes really slow and not much of profit.
    So i made a little research and i saw a lot of peoples recommend fishing.
     
    So i got hooked up and start to fish. My 1st AFK got me 4 ancient crystals and i was like - WHAAAAAAAAAT if its like this i`m super glad.
    Then i understood i got super lucky. Now after 20-30 hours of AFK fishing i can tell - it doesn't bring that much as i thought.
     
    After that i decided to speed the skill leveling of the fishing and start to fish actively. For my surprise watching movies and fishing on 2 separate monitors is godlike.
    18 movies later i can say on regular fishing place (in the see like 5 min away from Velia the 1st normal fishing spot) with +3 fishing after food, distance bonus and bargain
    i make ~400ish per hour. I expected at least twice of that.
     
    I also manage to put my hands on hot spots - there are 2 kind :
    1st kind gives you the most expensive fish and expires (forgot the name, it costs like 125k before bonuses)
    2nd kind stays for like and half hour and you get only golden fishes from there. My records is 20 golden fishes.
     
    From hotspots you can make some cache but you have to look hard for them and have the nodes connected.
     
    My question is - is it getting any better ? I just hit Skilled 5 and thing to try the better rods but i`m not very optimistic.