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  • Ubi-RealDude
    Community Manager Original poster 4 posts

    Hey everyone! 

    One of several fixes coming with Title Update 1.2.1 includes a temporary solution for the missing fish problem. Several locations, marked below, will have specific fish that have been absent from the game. 
     
    Keep in mind these fish will appear in additional places with a future update later in June, but for now these maps will help guide you to the places you’ll need to finally finish your finny frenzy. 

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    You’ll find Sturgeon (small) and Flatfish (big) down in the Kingdom of Wessex, at the south-western-most point where the river meets the sea in Hamtunscire. If you’re casting your line on the coast, you’ve gone too far – you’ll want to try looking in the river, just south of Wincestre’s western walls. 
     
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    Halibut (small) can be found in the marshes in eastern Mercia, close to the border of East Anglia. You’ll have your best chance of catching these fish in the waterways between Lincolnscire, East Anglia, and Grantebridgescire. Alternatively, head to the Isle of Ely synchronization point, then go north to find the spot. 

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    Lastly, when your sights set on Mackerel (big), you’ll want to head back to Norway. The fish will be available on the coast, in the waters west of Alrekstad and south of Ulriken Peak. Fast travel is available through the harbor and synchronization point, respectively, and should make for a quick – if cold – excursion. 
     
    We hope this helps you complete your scaled scouring saga and please let us know if you continue running into trouble with tracking down these (or any other) fish. 
    -Your Community and Development team 

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