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GTA

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Oysters are a collectible in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. There's a total of 50 oysters dotted across the state of San Andreas and most of the time require the player to dive underwater while a number of them can be found in pools by hotels or mansions. A quick way to obtain oysters is using a Sea Sparrow. While collecting them, the player's lung capacity improves and makes it easier to collect oysters deeper in the water without losing health or risking death. Collecting all 50 is required for 100% and the reward for this, gives Carl Johnson the ability to date any of the girlfriends available without having to change his physique or clothing.

Oyster Locations

Los Santos


1. Playa del Seville (1)

2. Ocean Docks (3)

3. Los Santos International Airport (1)

4. Verdant Bluffs (1)

5. Santa Maria Beach (1)

6. Verona Beach (1)

7. Marina (1)

8. Vinewood (1)

9. Glen Park (1)

10. Mulholland (1)

-Red County-

11. Blueberry (1)

12. Palomino Creek (2)

13. Frederick Bridge (Not a area of los santos but is in Red county, not far from the Hanky Panky Point.)

San Fierro

1. Gant Bridge (2)

2. San Fierro Bay (1)

3. Garver Bridge (1)

4. Easter Basin (2)

5. Easter Bay International Airport (1)

-Whetstone & Flint County-

10. The Panopticon (1)

11. Flint Water (3)

12. Los Santos Inlet (1)

13. Back o Beyond (2)

14. Shady Creeks (1)

15. Mount Chiliad (1)

Las Venturas

1. Roca Escalante (1)

2. The Visage (1)

3. Pirates in Men's Pants (1)

4. Pilgrim (1)

5. Come-A-Lot (1)

6. Yellow Bell Golf Course (1)

7. K.A.C.C. (1)

-Tierra Robada & Bone County-

8. Bayside Marina (1)

9. San Fierro Bay (3)

10. Las Barrancas (1)

11. Sherman Reservoir (2)

12. Valle Ocultado (1)


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Recipes

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The name oyster is used for a number of different groups of mollusks which grow for the most part in marine or brackish water. Inside a usually highly-calcified shell is a soft body. The gills filter plankton from the water. Strong adductor muscles are used to hold the shell closed.

Oysters are highly prized as food, both raw and cooked, and have a reputation as an aphrodisiac due to the high content of zinc they contain.

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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An Oyster may or may not contain pearls when you open it. An opened oyster becomes an oyster pearl or an empty oyster. Usually a non-empty oyster contains only 1 pearl which can be made into 6 Pearl bolt tips. Rarely, they can contain 3 pearls which can be made into 24 Pearl bolt tips.

You can use a chisel on the oyster pearls to create pearl bolt tips, which used with the fletching skill can be turned into pearl bolts. This requires 41 level of fletching.

You may also obtain an oyster while doing the quest, Recipe For Disaster. During the part of killing mudskippers they may or may not drop oysters.

You may catch an oyster while fishing with a big fishing net or while panning at the Digsite, withdrawn from a Granite Crab, or obtained as drops from the following:


In earlier days of Runescape, chance of getting pearls from oysters was low. This was increased with the introduction of gem-tipped bolts.

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