Drayka

fish dumping encourages sea creatures to multiply

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As far as I know, it's not possible to make most sea creatures into pets, therefore breeding is unavailable.

 

However, I would think that dumping a pile of fish on the same tile as a sea creature - or them moving onto that tile - might encourage them to think that having more of their kind is not totally in their worst interests.

 

Might be an interesting hobby for avid fishermen, to throw their small-fry to sea creatures, and see how many extra sea-creatures result from that. Maybe a player could even get passive Animal Husbandry ticks from it somehow.

 

 

 

 

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Only if fishing in an area has a corresponding, and opposite, effect

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Love the idea!

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Posted (edited)
14 hours ago, Sheffie said:

Only if fishing in an area has a corresponding, and opposite, effect

 

Do you mean that fishing in an area where sea-creatures are being encouraged to spawn, increases the difficulty of fishing?

 

I think fishermen would love that mechanic. They'd have more control over their skill gains.

 

P.S. I might be totally wrong, as I've yet to use the new fishing rods. I do like the new fishing nets though.

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I’d also like the fish to be more common if you make the appropriate sacrifices out beyond Devil’s Reef, but that is just me

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Oh, so if you sacrifice a sea creature there, that tile gets a fishing bonus for X amount of time, kinda thing?

 

That could work well, especially on Defiance, where our seas even at border aren't deep enough not to force a nerf on deep-sea fishing.

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