With the new update you can get A LOT of pearls. around 40 per pickup
My favorite thing with anglers
"Hey I'm going on a pearl run, anyone wanna play bodyguard?"
Are you going to bite ammonites this time?"
"Told you it wasn't on purpose"
"Alright alright I'll go lemme get some scuba and I'll hop on the mosa"
Ten minutes later my tribemate is having to save me from two mosas, an alpha mosa, 50 anglers, 20 eels, 7 plesies all in one area
"STOP BITING THE AMMONITES"
"IT WAS AN ACCIDENT! they hide in the reefs and I hit them if they happen to be by a pearl patch! :'( "
Nope, totally biting them on purpose hehehe
As of the latest patch they collect pearls when you bite them.
5 Tips for Anglers
#1 They are found a bit deeper in the water
#2 They are a pain to kill you might want to have a dolphin with very high melle to kill these guys
#3 You will mostly find them in big groups
#4 They are calm until you hit 1 of them
#5 They are creepy and are all around Herb Island on mobile
Thanks for reading. I'm Lilly and I do tips every week but they are all only mobile tips
This is kind of horrific amd not the most humane thing, but here goes. You can get a few of these, breeds them, and kill the children for angler gel. Just saying 😶
Level up melee to collect more pearls. Level up speed to outswim creatures.
P. E. A. R. L. S. That's all you need to know about this amazing creature.
People keep saying use angler gel for fuel, but that’s a waste. Use wood so you can then get charcoal for gunpowder, something that you constantly need.
Want infinite fuel?
1. Get yourself a simple underwater tame like a meg
2. Kill anglers for gel
3. Store and keep burning in standing torches or refinery
( STANDING AND WALL TORCHES BURN BLUE)
I collect this with a plesiosaur and can burn 700 metal with just 30. Lucky I collected 5000
Fun fact angler fish in real life actually can get bigger then humans so if somehow tamed then you could ride one the same way you do in ark
I'd you can revive in water and you live over water they make the best lighting for a base .