Where to Find Great Energetic Fish in “Dragon Ball Z”: Kakarot

by Jeniffer Leio Excutive

In “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot,” there are numerous facts and adventures for the players that attract them. Still, one of the most interesting tools of this game is “substories” or “subplots,” which makes the players have to face various challenges to finish the tasks. The game centers around retelling events of anime’s story of “Dragon Ball Z.”

Where to Find Great Energetic Fish in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

Gamers have to unveil the sub-plot of the specific story through the “Turtle” known as “Tough Break for Turtle” in the wake of the game’s first section that is between “Frieza Saga,” and “Vegeta Saga.” If the player wants to finish the sub-story, he has to gather three important elements for his sub-story “Turtle”: “Egg,” “Royal Tomato,” and “Rice.”

How to Find “Royal Tomato”

 “Royal Tomato” is one of the hardest to find items in “Kakarot.” Getting Tomato is as similar as winning a match from the opponents as “Royal Tomato” itself needs its sub-challenges to complete. In the game, the farmer desires to sell his potatoes on for ten special “Energetic” fishes.

Gamers might see a few of the energetic fishes somewhere in this game earlier, but they don’t have witnessed too many fishes. Despite these energetic fishes, finding eggs and rice is an easy task to complete as these items are easily searchable and accessible.

Players can purchase these two items from any of the available vendors or shops. Gamers can farm “Zeni” throughout the game if they face a shortage of money.

The search operation to find an energetic fish becomes easy when you know the trick to locate them. To find the fish, you have to head towards the available water bodies and then collect the charming “gold orbs.” There is a chance of having the “Energetic fish” inside the orb.

If you see the overhead flying birds, then the chances of getting the fish will automatically rise higher. It’s the case if you find an energetic fish, but it becomes too tough if you don’t go through the area with water bodies.

Searching “Great Energetic Fishes”

“Dragon Ball Z” gives a chance to its players to search for the fishes fills with dynamic energy through the region of “Kame House” throughout the map. Players have to search for the village having a “Fishing” spot by navigating to the upper left-hand side edge of the game’s window where gamers have to target for catching these special fishes. It is recommended to the players to not worry about the fishing area and its related surrounding.

There might be some people wandering around the fishing area and commenting about the energetic fishes as “stupid.” They would be there to give you some hints.

Next, you have to locate the particular areas on which you can see various flying birds overhead. If you find such areas, then you should dive into the fishing lake or water body, then grab and gather available “gold orbs.” One could find one “energetic” fish from the specific orb.

It will help if you gather at least ten “Energetic” fishes for finishing the game’s quest. In case you find yourself in no profit, then it is recommended to wait for at least thirty seconds to get it spawned again. You have to collect ten energetic fishes in your game’s inventory.

After grabbing ten special “energetic fishes,” you have to move towards the farmer who sells the royal tomatoes by trading with fish. Now, collect the required amount of “Egg,” “Rice,” and “Royal Tomato” for the “Turtle.” Then you will finish the task, and this unlocks some items and XP features.

Jeniffer Leio is a technical writer and her background is in engineering. She has been covering IT-related subjects like AI, Operating Systems, Latest Trends, Software, Cybersecurity, and Printer Support for a long time. She writes blogs, guides, white papers, and essays on several platforms. Her appreciated work mainly comes on Lexmark Printer Support.


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