Filefish - Item | Black Desert Online Database
Filefish
Weight: 1.00 LT
  • - Personal Transaction Unavailable
  • - Description: An ingredient that can be obtained through Fishing. You can either sell it to Traders or use it for Cooking.
    - Common Fish
  • - Usage: Fried Fish, Steamed Fish, Fish Soup, or etc.
  • * In order to sell the caught fish at the right prices, the place of origin and the place of sale should be connected via nodes. Particularly, on the occasion of selling fish caught in the Great Ocean at a fair price, you should connect node of Lema Island all the way to your node of sale while having to discover the seas around where you caught the fish.

    • - Price: Silver 257
Data Updated: January 9, 2019

Ingredient

Seafood
Dried Filefish
Weight: 0.50 LT
  • - Personal Transaction Unavailable
    • - Marketplace Information
    • Market Price: 3,390 Silver
  • - Description: A dried filefish obtained through Drying. It can be Crafted into a Trade Item at a Workbench.
    * Drying decreases the value of the fish.
    • - Price: Silver 106
Filefish is an ingredient of the following recipe:
Dried Filefish
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Filefish
Weight: 1.00 LT
  • - Personal Transaction Unavailable
  • - Description: An ingredient that can be obtained through Fishing. You can either sell it to Traders or use it for Cooking.
    - Common Fish
  • - Usage: Fried Fish, Steamed Fish, Fish Soup, or etc.
  • * In order to sell the caught fish at the right prices, the place of origin and the place of sale should be connected via nodes. Particularly, on the occasion of selling fish caught in the Great Ocean at a fair price, you should connect node of Lema Island all the way to your node of sale while having to discover the seas around where you caught the fish.

    • - Price: Silver 257
Drying
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Knowledge

Sea Fish Species
Filefish Knowledge

Adventurers are often seen fishing for them from small rafts.

It is easy to slice Filefish because of their flat bodies. These fish also have soft, edible bones.