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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Fisherman (New Earth) article)

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Fisherman

Fisherman (New Earth)
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Mobile

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Height
6' 0"

Weight
196 lbs (89 kg)

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History

History of character is unknown.

Notes

  • Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985-86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Fisherman
Fisherman
Profession

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Alchemist [ G / R ]
Farmer [ G / R ]
Lumberjack [ G / R ]
Miner [ G / R ]
Hunter [ G / R ]



Fisherman is a profession which gathers fish and can make gutted fish. Most fishermen go on to become a Fishmonger, turning the fish they catch into edible fish. Fishing can be quite a hard profession compared to others but equally well rewarding.

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Acquiring

He will give you a list of special bait to bring back to him, talk to Bish Fone (2,-17) He will give you the baits, return and talk to Kana Petch to learn the profession fisherman.

He will ask you to get baits from Aga Dou, which you have to bring back to Bhan Laka in less than 5 minutes.

Tools

The levels listed are the profession level needed to equip. All these rods and equipment (except the Apprentice Fisherman's Rod) can be bought from Bhan Laka in Amakna (9,0). The range of a fishing rod indicates how many squares away it can reach fish, as well as its range when used as a weapon in combat.

Name Lvl Range Specialty
Apprentice Fisherman's Rod 1 1 Gudgeon
Short Fishing Rod 1 1 Gudgeon
Fishing Rod for Snappers 1 5 Contest Snapper
Standard Fishing Rod 10 3
Cubic Fishing Rod 30 4 Breaded Fish
Knitting Needle 30 4 Kittenfish
Big Fishing Rod 40 5
Cho's Fishing Rod 60 6 Ediem Carp
Love Rod 60 6 Kralove
Telescopic Fishing Rod 70 7
The Big Pole 100 8 Perch
Harpoon Fishing Rod 100 8 Sickle-Hammerhead Shark

Workshops

Amakna (9,0), (14,26)
Astrub (2,-17)
Bonta (-35,-54)
Brakmar (-24,40)
Incarnam (3,3)

Crafting

See Fisherman/Recipes.

Gathering

See Fisherman/Gathering.

Devourers

Once your character is a level 20 fisherman, you may fight Devourers. Devourers drop bags of corresponding fish that contain 50 of said fish.

Success Rate

Here's the problem of fishing: the success rate is bad, and you don't get XP when you don't catch a fish. Apparently it's about 50% for small fish (river); please fill the survey (Fishing Research), so that we can make out a general formula.

From fisherman level 30, there are two different types of rods, sea rods and river rods. They drastically increase your success rate, since you will have high chance of catching a fish after the 50% base rate (something like 90%). Obviously, this works only with the rod corresponding to the fishing school.

Fishing Hints

When you're fishing, go to options > show the grid. The grid will be shown, so the places where the grid is on water are the spots that you can fish. So you're not going to have problems finding where to use the rod.

The amount of fish and devourers you catch depends on the time. Keep track of it and you'll learn the magic hours (Fishing Research).

Try not to scare the fish, see the Fisherman's Soul.

(It seems that if you fish in one spot for too long it will become over-fished, meaning that your odds of catching something go down.)

If you're no higher than character level 15 and profession level 5, you can repeat the quest Manufacture for Poss'Ybel Nhin in the side room of the Incarnam Inn (3, 3). Each time, give her a Gutted Gudgeon, whether you gutted it personally or not, to receive 75 job experience. 11 repetitions of the quest, thus 11 Gutted Gudgeons, are sufficient to get you from profession level 1 to 6.


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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Pete Banbury article)

From Grand Theft Wiki

Pete Banbury, known as the Fisherman, is the 'criminal' in the episode of Moorehead Rides Again broadcast in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. He is the father of Lily Banbury, had lived in Vice Beach for fifty five years, having fished the swamp for twenty years. Gordon Moorehead and Molly Malmstein originally set out to find Pete but later describe him as being a communist, as he does carry a gun. From this point they portray him as the criminal. They also believe him to be holding back real estate in the city and organising a prostitution ring. He is discovered by Molly Malmstein and has a broken leg, being stuck in the swamp for two days. Upon hearing of his daughter's death, he begins to cry, furthering Malmstein and Moorehead's disliking of him. Malmstein then makes false accusations that Pete is tearing at her clothes, leading to Moorehead killing him with napalm.



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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Thai fisherman (Via Domus) article)

From Lostpedia

This information was revealed through the semi-canonical Lost video game
Lost: Via Domus

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Characters:   Beady Eyes · Elliott Maslow · Lisa Gellhorn · Zoran Savo · Rico
Episodes: Force Majeure · A New Day · Via Domus · Forty-Two · Hotel Persephone · Whatever It Takes · Worth A Thousand Words


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The Thai fisherman is a character in the storyline of the video game Lost: Via Domus. In the second flashback of the game, Lisa tricks the Thai fisherman and steals his boat. She lies to him, telling him a woman down the beach was in distress. ("A New Day")


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Fisherman
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Release date Unknown edit
Race Human
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? Sea Slug Quest
Location Fishing Platform
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? Yes
Gender Unknown edit
Examine He smells of salty fish.
Notable features Possessed fishermen
Possessed Fisherman.


The Fishermen of the Fishing Platform were attacked and possessed by Sea slugs. Like the people of Witchaven, they have yellowish skin and say bizarre stuff.

In the Sea Slug Quest, these people are what caused Kennith to hide.


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