Fish pricing

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Sneaky
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Fish pricing

Post by Sneaky » Wed May 22, 2019 5:30 am

Would it be possible to look at the pricing for fish?
In the copper-banded pine barrel you see an average speckled green rock-eater (x2), an average speckled gray river-duster (x6), a small flat spotted brown mudfish (x2), an average spotted white crappie (x8), a copperscale trout, an average orange-striped perch (x8), an average yellow-banded green river-eel, an average flat spotted brown mudfish (x5), an average yellow-green striped bass (x4), an average leaping blue salmon (x3), an average wide-eyed brown gulper (x2), an average yellow-banded gray river-eel, a small speckled gray river-duster (x5), a small spotted white crappie, an average spiky brown-finned clawfish, an average silvery ironscale trout, a small yellow-green striped bass, an average mirrorscale carp (x2), a silvery ironscale trout, a small silvery ironscale trout and a small speckled green rock-eater.
All these fish only net me around 165 riln. It took about two hours to catch them all.
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Re: Fish pricing

Post by Vitello » Wed May 22, 2019 6:53 am

Not that I fully agree but fishing has always been a low riln profession, even says so on the wiki. I think the real value is in the potential for cooking and sit-down food for morale.
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Re: Fish pricing

Post by Jaster » Thu May 23, 2019 7:33 am

I can think of a few things better to do with those fish, other than selling or cooking them. :D

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Re: Fish pricing

Post by Kent » Tue May 28, 2019 8:49 pm

Vitello wrote:
Wed May 22, 2019 6:53 am
Not that I fully agree but fishing has always been a low riln profession, even says so on the wiki. I think the real value is in the potential for cooking and sit-down food for morale.
Well, food is food, and in my opinion people ought to pay more for fresh fish than for gristly and unpalatable meats like wolf meat and the like, which is basically famine food IRL.
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