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    I don't like the current fishing system, either. I rather the typical standing there with a pole at the mercy of rng, lol.

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    I'm sure it is something that will be padded out later. Currently it feels like placeholder for a bigger skill.

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    Don't like the current system, feels "wrong" to jump in the water and chase after fish to catch them with your hands.
    I would like to see a regular fishing system with fishing poles and lures. It doesn't have to be overly complicated. A system like FFXI had was pretty much spot on imho. Easy but still enough depth to requite thinking/knowledge and planning. It also had a pretty good risk vs. reward balance.

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    The 'normal' way to catch fish is to wade into the water, chase them around, and catch them in a net. The vast majority of fish, by weight, is caught this way. The first mechanized way to catch fish was using weirs, which is - you guessed it - trapping the fish in a maze of sticks and wading in and catching it with your bare hands.

    I do not understand this fascination with the fishing pole ^-^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crissa View Post
    I do not understand this fascination with the fishing pole ^-^
    Hint: beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niph View Post
    Hint: beer.
    Trust me, wading around in the water with a net is afar more entertaining with good beer ^-^

    ...Also perhaps hazardous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crissa View Post
    Trust me, wading around in the water with a net is afar more entertaining with good beer ^-^

    ...Also perhaps hazardous.
    My father taught me to fish with a cast net this way - with good beer, and a decent distance away from him so I wouldn't brain him with the lead weights. (It's a pity I was 12 at the time. The beer did not go down well.)



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