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Imperial Fish Trade - Species List, NPCs & Notes
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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
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