Krillson, Master Fisherman
Krillson, Master Fisherman is an extremely rare and mysterious master, voiced by Chris Wilson. He can be encountered in the wild, though usually only one player in a party will see him. Additionally, Krillson will vanish if the player moves too far away, including leaving the map.
He describes himself as "Krillson of Winding Pier fame", which seems to be a play on Chris' introduction to Build of the Week.
He will not give quests unless the player has a Fishing RodFishing RodFishing Rod
Physical Damage: 7–13
Critical Strike Chance: 5.00%
Attacks per Second: 1.20
Weapon Range: 11Requires 8 Str, 8 Dex equipped. It is not publicly known what can he do or how to complete his quest, if it is even possible. Most likely, he is simply an easter egg.
- 1 Quests
- 2 Dialogue
- 2.1 Introduction
- 2.2 Captain Fairgraves
- 2.3 Vorici, Master Assassin
- 2.4 Tora, Master of the Hunt
- 2.5 Catarina, Master of the Dead
- 2.6 Vagan, Weaponmaster
- 2.7 Elreon, Loremaster
- 2.8 Haku, Armourmaster
- 2.9 Zana, Master Cartographer
- 2.10 Fishing
- 2.11 Claim Fish Reward
- 3 Version History
- 4 References
- Catch 4 exotic fish
- Fish up a pair of RainbowstrideRainbowstride
Conjurer BootsQuality: +20%
Energy Shield: (88-102)Requires Level 53, 94 Int(20-25)% of Block Chance applied to Spells
+(40-60) to maximum Mana
(140-180)% increased Energy Shield
+20% to all Elemental Resistances
25% increased Movement Speed"They say that you should take life's troubles in your stride.
Some men have a longer stride than others."
- Gaius Sentari boots.
Hi, I'm Krillson of Winding Pier fame.
For years, people have been asking me to teach them how to fish. Many question whether fishing is even possible in a harsh, unforgiving continent like Wraeclast.
It is relatively well known that Captain Sigmund Fairgraves was an explorer and sometimes a pirate.
What's less known is that Fairgraves was a whaler of some significance. This is interesting, of course, because whales make up only one percent of all sea life. When you catch one, however, it pays for all the rest of the fish in your net.
Vorici, Master Assassin
The only difference between me and Vorici is what we decide to call a 'fish'.
Tora, Master of the Hunt
Tora tells me that she wants to free the land from corrupted fish. I would like that. Red Herrings annoy me.
Catarina, Master of the Dead
Unlike Catarina, I prefer my fish to be fresh.
Vagan and I agree that it's very important that a fish puts up a good fight.
Elreon tells me that God created the fish. Thank God for that.
Haku claims that long ago, one of his ancestors fished up an entire island. Quite the catch, if true.
Zana, Master Cartographer
Zana has offered to take me to every corner of Wraeclast. I declined. I would miss my fish too much.
Without Rod Equipped
To become a Master Fisherman, one thing is for certain: you're going to need a rod, preferably one with good cast speed.
So if you happen to see a fishing rod on your travels, then bring it back to me. I'll be here as long as the fish are biting.
With Rod Equipped
Excellent. You have passed the gear check and appear to have a fishing rod. A rather nice one, too. Now you are ready to catch some of Wraeclast's finest fish.
The next step on your journey to becoming a Master Fisherman worthy of the Winding Pier is to actually catch some fish. Fishing is the simplest thing in the world. With your rod equipped, just approach a pool of water and cast away. It's really intuitive.
Soon, you'll find yourself overburdened with fish of various types. Before you rush off to trade your haul for a better rod though, bring me back a few of the choicest specimens to demonstrate your skill.
Claim Fish Reward
You... managed to catch the fish I wanted? Congratulations! Let's keep this a secret between the two of us, shall we?
In the meantime, take this. It should be useful in the future.