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Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot


Great Energetic Fish are required for a Substory in DBZ Kakarot. This guide explains Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot as they can be very difficult to obtain if you don’t know where to look, and traditional fishing may not give you enough to complete the Substory.

There many be multiple methods to obtain Great Energetic Fish. I checked all of the stores and spent quite some time fishing before I found a more reliable method. As I mentioned, they may be available elsewhere but this is a sure-fire way to get the 10 Energetic Fish you require to complete the Tough Break For Turtle Substory.

Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

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Fast Travel to the West Area, specifically the West City. From there, head South West out into the water. Dive below the surface and look for schools of fish. There’s a glowing orb inside the schools, you want to be swimming around picking these up.

They can be difficult to find at first but go a little deeper into the water and check between the rock formations down there. You may get Fish Eggs and other items too but the Great Energetic Fish are quite common, I was able to get 10 in 2-3 minutes.

And that’s Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Be sure to check out our DBZ Kakarot Fishing guide for tips on improving your fishing.

Don’t get stuck on anymore side quests, check out our DBZ Kakarot Substory guide.

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