|7 Lakes S (1)||12.8|
|This particular variety of herring will gather in busy harbors to feed on the small sea creatures which consume the waste dumped from ships.|
[Suitable for display in aquariums tier 1 and higher.]
|大口採集 Splendor in the Glass|
Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks
I don't rest easy unless my pickle cellar's full; there's only a few dozen demijohns of herring left. Lampworkers' herring, we call it─cured in brine instead of salt, then layered with lemon and red onion slices and sealed with spiced wine vinegar. Very nice, you could eat it every day.
|5||harbor herring||× 3|
|大口採集 The Fertile Incandescent|
Western La Noscea
The lands are lean near the sea, and every few seasons, custom calls for the fields to be feasted. Called “silvering the soil,” the field is covered in harbor herring through the night so that sunrise finds it too bright to look upon. The fish are plowed under by noon, and rich grows the soil.
|10||harbor herring||× 3|