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Home Waters[edit]

Name Type Stats Description
HP Nutrition Speed Alertness
Amur Goby Fish 75 50 36 2 A Goby with fins and finesse to climb trees and steep surfaces.
Black-Spotted Pond Frog Amphibians 60 10 35 3
Bitterling Fish 90 10 55 2
Driftline Crab Shellfish 180 100 20 2
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Hiratetenagaebi Shellfish 1 10 13 1
Honmoroko Fish 1 40 15 3
Japanese Crawfish Shellfish 120 150 12 1
Northern Snakehead Fish 150 70 40 1
Nigoro-buna Fish 75 60 30 1
Pond Smelt Fish 1 5 48 2
Shiokara Dragonfly Insects 1 10 0 1
Silver Crucian Carp Fish 90 20 63 3
Spotted Sunfish Fish 90 60 50 2
Siberian Stone Loach Fish 90 120 30 4
Topmouth Gudgeon Fish 1 50 48 4
Water Beetle Insects 90 10 40 4

Rough Riffle[edit]

Name Type Stats Description
HP Nutrition Speed Alertness
Chinese Perch Fish 270 80 35 2 These mottled predators hide in Rough Riffles narrow openings.
Chinese Brook Salamander Amphibians 150 20 20 2
Dace Fish 120 30 50 1
Freshwater Shrimp Shellfish 1 3 15 3
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Goby Fish 120 20 20 3
Hasu Fish 90 30 30 5
Japanese Water Scorpion Insects 1 5 18 2
Killifish Fish 1 10 28 4
Monk Crab Shellfish 150 60 25 4
Mudpuppy Amphibians 180 40 35 4
Oriental River Prawn Shellfish 60 15 20 2
Paradise Fish Fish 60 20 40 3
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Rainbow Trout Fish 210 70 60 2
Snakehead Fish 150 30 40 4
Toe Biter Insects 1 5 15 2

Ruin Jungle[edit]

Name Type Stats Description
HP Nutrition Speed Alertness
Axolotl Amphibians 240 25 17 1 These unusual amphibians can regenerate lost limbs and even parts of the brain.
American Crawfish Shellfish 150 15 25 3
American Flagfish Fish 90 8 45 2
American Bullfrog Amphibians 120 10 35 2
Australian Rainbow Fish Fish 120 10 30 3
Bee Shrimp Shellfish 1 8 15 1
Bumblebee Catfish Fish 90 8 35 3
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Glass Bloodfin Fish 60 5 30 4
Giant Water Bug Insects 1 2 20 3
Guppy Fish 1 2 27 3
Nile Tilapia Fish 75 5 35 2
Pejerry Fish 180 20 55 2
Red Claw Crab Shellfish 210 15 30 4
Starry Flounder Fish 120 10 45 3
Silver Dollar Fish 180 15 63 2
Silver Hatchet Fish 90 5 40 4

Maze Cave[edit]

Name Type Stats Description
HP Nutrition Speed Alertness
Bowfin Fish 1 10 45 4 Known as Mudfish, the largest bowfin caught in Tennessee weighed over 15 lbs.
Blind Cape Characin Fish 90 20 38 3 Originally from Mexico, these pink fish use their ears to locate food.
Cave Shrimp Shellfish 1 5 16 1 These blind, semitransparent shrimp would die if left in direct sunlight.
Cave Crayfish Shellfish 90 10 15 1 These blind albino crustaceans live in the watery caves of Florida.
Florida Hummer Shellfish 150 30 45 2 These blue omnivorous fish grow to around eight inches in length.
Giant Catfish Fish 450 120 20 0 The largest scaleless fish in the world and a big menace in Maze Cave.
Giant Mottled Eel Fish 120 50 63 2 A tasty delicacy, these eels slither in the tropics and grow over 6 feet long.
Giant River Prawn Shellfish 210 70 8 3 Recognized as the largest prawns in the world, some grow three feet long.
Mosquito Fish Fish 1 5 45 2 Mosquito Fish adults gobble up to 200 mosquito larvae in a single day!
Minnow Fish 90 10 45 2 A favored food of Kingfishers, Minnows thrive in clean water throughout Europe.
Rudd Fish 90 10 45 2 Rudds hide in grass and rise to feed on insects struggling in slow streams.
Southern Cavefish Fish 120 5 50 2 Isolated from evolution, these blind fish hunt using sound and vibration.
S. African Giant Water Bug Insects 1 15 8 2 Giant Water Bugs also inhabit North America and grow as long as four inches.
Spring Peeper Amphibians 150 70 15 1 These colorful North American frogs chirp like birds and live in marshes.
Three-Spined Stickleback Fish 120 10 45 2 A small, hardy fish frequently ound in ditches and marshes throughout Europe.
Triassic Triops Shellfish 75 20 15 2 Related to prehistoric trilobites, these living fossils survived all dinosaurs.
Waterdog Amphibian 1 10 14 2 These cave-dwellers live in Slovenia and have three fingers on their front feet.

Sunny Stream[edit]

Name Type Stats Description
HP Nutrition Speed Alertness
Brown Trout Fish 120 20 40 3 Originally from Europe, these trout are prized among anglers everywhere.
Barbel Steed Fish 225 30 63 4 These big-mouthed fish resemble carp and can be found along many rivers.
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Catfish Fish 105 10 45 4 Catfish have over 27,000 taste buds in their mouths. Humans average 10,000.
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Greasyback Shrimp Shellfish 1 15 20 3 These tasty transparent shrimp grow to about two inches in rivers and ponds.
Grayling Fish 75 10 40 3 Grayling prefer pristine cold mountain rivers, lakes, and streams.
Hotokedojo Fish 120 2 18 4 These Japanese catfish average 3 inches in length and have 4 pairs of barbels.
Japanese Freshwater Crab Shellfish 105 10 50 3 Female Japanese Freshwater Crabs carry their young until they mature.
Kajika Frog Amphibians 90 5 25 2 Hardly a flashy frog, the Kajika's beauty is heard, never seen.
Locust Insects 1 30 0 3 Locusts are short-horned grasshoppers that sometimes tumble into the water.
Mantis Fish 75 50 40 3 These stealthy hunters are rumored to use gill thorns to catch sweetfish.
Pale Chub Fish 120 20 50 3 These territorial silver-and-white fish fight for open spaces in moving water.
Red Shiner Fish 75 10 40 3 This hardy little minnow adapts to desert streams and low-oxygen waters.
Red Salamander Amphibians 195 30 38 1 These salamanders prefer cold streams, but they'll wander far for tasty worms.
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Sweetfish Fish 75 15 55 3 Similar to trout, these territorial fish are a tasty favorite throughout Asia.
Shortnose Gar Fish 375 130 65 2 These skinny fish have sharp teeth and sip the air above Sunny Stream.
Water Strider Insects 45 50 10 2 Water Striders skate across water on legs and tiny water-repellant body hair.

Last Lagoon[edit]

Name Type Stats Description
HP Nutrition Speed Alertness
Bartail Flathead Fish 120 10 55 3 These Solitary predators bury themselves in sand and ambush unwary prey.
Big-scaled Redfin Fish 120 10 55 3 Related to the minnow, these omnivorous fish migrate from river to sea.
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Fire Salamander Amphibians 330 40 25 5 These colorful nocturnal amphibians can live from twelve to twenty years.
Fiddler Crab Shellfish 300 20 30 3 Fiddlers forage at low tide and use their large claws to intimidate rivals.
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Longsnout Seahorse Fish 300 30 35 1 The Longsnout is the only seahorse found in rivers and grows to about 8 inches.
Penicillate Shore Crab Shellfish 300 20 30 2 These hairy-clawed crabs scurry along reefs, bays and river mouths.
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Ray Fish 525 150 50 4 These menacing rogues never give up chasing you throughout Last Lagoon.
Silver Batfish Fish 120 15 55 1 This popular aquarium pet slowly changes colors as it matures.
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Whitefish Fish 120 10 55 3 Whitefish have tiny mouths and like to feed on eggs laid by other river fish.
Yellowfin Goby Fish 210 10 55 4 The most popular goby found in any school along muddy river mouths.