Note: This information if from testing on the Global Lab servers and also confirmed from live on the KR servers. There may be changes when added to our region though this is unlikely. if you notice any differences or mistakes/ omissions etc. please post to this thread and I will look to update as needed.
Posted on the 06 October 2020. The actual region is due to be added tomorrow the 07 October 2020 in our regions.
O’dyllita is the new region which follows on from Kamasylvia and Dreighan, located to the south or Dreighan added with the 07 October 2020 Patch Notes update.
The new region includes new fish species including two new prize fish higher value species in the sea, which is good news for fishers. Sadly there is only one main freshwater table with the new species for the entire region except for a few small green only table pools. So a lot less diverse than the previous two. There is also no prize fish group so no mastery relics or freshwater prize fish. The new sea is also restricted to a part of the area and a single fish and single harpoon table but at least includes prize fish groups.
It does add one unique feature for fishing which is a longer Condition timer for the new species, extended to 1 day 12 hours rather than the normal 1 day timer. This means that the Condition will reduce 50% slower than normal species. This will help increase the value of catches from longer sessions a bit.
See the Notes below form more detailed information and recommendations.
O’dyllita – Region-wide (except a few small pools, see below for green only table)
Green only table (O’dyllita fountain plus a few small waters along the coast and inland)
Origin node: Starry Midnight Port,
Red Snow Crab
Red Snow Crab
See bdofish.com for the relevant fishing map. Many thanks to @devraa (KR player) for this great resource.
Longer Condition timer for the new O’dyllita species
The new O’dyllita fish species are unique in having a 50% longer Condition timer. This means that the condition drops slower than normal which can hewlp increase catch value, especially for longer sessions. One reason why they seem not to mix these new species with existing ones with normal condition timer.
The new O’dyllita saltwater species table only extends to approximately 1/3 of the new Julatia Sea (named TBC) extending from the coast out approx. 500 metres (varies). Serni Sea extends a fair way into the new sea area from the west.
The remaining sea farther out and to the west towards Serni Sea, appears to share the same table as Serni Sea (same as Elsana Sea being a Peyon Sea table with only deeper waters towards the barrier containing a prize fish group).
Harpooning is only possible further out (approx. 500m) for the new harpoon species, which also then changes to Serni Sea species farther out. It’s important to check species against the tables to confirm the player is in the right location as it is variable closer to the barrier.
See bdofish.com for the relevant map.
Unlike Kamasylvia and Dreighan which had a lot of variable tables across the regions, O’dyllita appears to only use one freshwater table generally across the entire region, except for a few small areas along the coast and in a few really small pools which has a green only table.
There is no freshwater prize fish species added unlike for the sea, which means no prize fish group inland so no mastery relics either. This makes Inland fishing in the new region a poor choice compared to Kamasylvia (Dreighan also has no prize fish group so also suffers this issue too).
There is safe zone fishing available in the city though the formal pond by the entrance is one of the green only tables. Fish the water to the south of the city close to the Imperial Fish Trader for the normal freshwater table and safe zone. Salanar Pond also has a small wharf which is a safe zone and pretty.
Currently there is just the Imperial Fish Trader in Odraxia city. There are no normal Traders to sell fish to in the new region for some reason. The player will need to travel to the closest trader at Old Wisdom Tree in Kamasylvia to sell if not distance trading.
See bdofish.com for the relevant map.
Overall freshwater fishing for the above reasons is not recommended other than for knowledge and titles, which are available in this new region (still no titles for Drieghan species).
The new sea table is decent and includes the prize fish group even from the coast. Together with the longer Condition timer it is a viable option. However, as it is closer to Valencia than Tooth Fairy Cabin, for example, the distance bonus is a bit lower.
Currently the best option in this new region for fishing would be Starry Midnight Port as it is a safe zone on land which includes the prize fish table with mastery relics and the chance for the new Giant Oarfish (10M). Together with the longer condition it is a good table, just the lower distance bonus to Valencia but 150% to Port Ratt as another option). There is repair available at the wharf manager but no Trader currently.
The new Harpoon table is also decent with a prize fish group which includes the Ribbonfish, the highest value tradeable species at 12M. These also share the unique longer Condition timer so will help for longer sessions at least.
Overall the new species are welcome as ever including the two saltwater prize fish species. However the fact that the sea area is only partially set to the new table for some reason and only one main table for the whole inland area is a step back from the previous zones and their diversity of waters.
The addition of a unique Condition timer providing longer time is really interesting and a good addition to fishing though it’s benefit is somewhat negated by the shorter distance bonus for delivery to Valencia. Also the lack of any normal Traders to sell to in the region is annoying and puzzling as it is currently.
This work could not be completed without the tremendous support from fellow players, especially on the MaoMaoPrince Fishing Community Discord channel, where you can usually find help with any BDO fishing related queries or share your experiences. Many thanks to all of you and others in the various forums and social media for your help. If you have something to add please post here or join the chat channel.
On a personal note, I haven’t played the game now for months but do enjoy the fishing research and new fishing related content. So this gave me enough drive to update these guides, which seem to get plenty of use which encourages me to continue the work. I can’t promise that they will always be updated but I stay pretty active in the Discord channel and try to do so when things crop up.
I hope you find the guide useful and enjoy your time with the fishing in BDO.
Moonraker – EU