Xenacanthus 
Seafood 360  Rivers  305.9
This massive predator has haunted the nightmares of Gyr Abanians for generations as the legendary “impaler of Timmon Beck,” thanks to its centuries-old legacy of terrorizing smallfolk attempting to do their washing.
Scholars have yet to determine the functionality of the massive spine that protrudes from the specimen's head, reaching back almost to its dorsal fin. Some claim it to be a means of delivering poison to would-be predators, while others suggest it may be an antenna that aids in the location of prey.

Location

The Fringes
Timmon Beck61

Time Zone

 (Number: 121 ET )

Weather

(Number: 120)
55.8%
20.8%
10.8%
7.5%
5%

Desynthesis

(Number: 12)
Gatherer's Guile Materia VI
Gatherer's Guile Materia V
Green Pigment
Fine Sand
Water Cluster (1~2)

Bait

Hardhead Trout (Mooch)

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