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Up to date as of January 31, 2010

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Fishmonger
Fishmonger
Profession

Crafting
Baker [ R ]
Butcher [ R ]
Handyman [ R ]
Jeweller [ R ]
Shoemaker [ R ]
Tailor [ R ]



This profession makes edible fish so not surprisingly almost all fishmongers are also a Fisherman. Edible fish can restore life and, once you get your skills up, boosts Intelligence and Wisdom so it's a worthwhile profession. You should become a Fisherman before taking this profession to make sure you have a constant supply of fish.

Contents

Acquiring

Tools

  • Fishmonger Cleaver
  • Most of the non-fish ingredients can be bought at:
    Amakna (1,1) (12, -1)
    Astrub (1,-16)
    Brakmar (-26, 34)

Workshops

  • Amakna (12,-1)
  • Sufokia (14,26)
  • Astrub (2,-17)
  • Bonta (-35,-54)
  • Brakmar (-24,40)

Crafting

See Fishmonger/Recipes.

Leveling

It is recommended to start as a fisherman, as this profession only cooks, and does not gut or supply you with the fish itself. Unless you have a steady supply (or at least any supply at all) it is hard to make a living off being a fishmonger.


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Fishmonger
File:Fishmonger.PNG
Release date 29 November 2004 (Update)
Race Human
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? No
Location Rellekka, Miscellania and Etceteria
Sells items? Yes
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? Yes - Some require The Fremennik Trials
Gender Male
Examine Fish-tastic!
Notable features Sell fish.


Fishmongers are men who sell fish in the Fremennik area. He sells:

At level 42 thieving, players may also steal from one of his three nearby stalls full of fish to receive 42 thieving experience and either a raw salmon, tuna or occasionally a lobster. Players wishing to train thieving easily may pickpocket Fremennik citizens at level 45 thieving and then steal fish from the nearby stalls and cook them in the great hall to eat when their health gets low.

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