The Pickables of Nave!

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Groenholdt

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4th of July 2015


New pickables:
  1. Ficos Leaves (First publiced by Jybwee)
  2. Spear Grass (First publiced by Jybwee)
  3. Demon Grass (First publiced by Jybwee)
  4. Dune Grass (First publiced by Jybwee)
  5. Saguaro Pearl (First publiced by Jybwee)
  6. Beaver Tail Rose (First publiced by Jybwee)
  7. Prickly Pear Flowers (First publiced by The Elsewise)
  8. Aphylla Bark (First publiced by Jybwee)
  9. Spargia Reed (First publiced by The Elsewise)
  10. Green Spica (First publiced by Orzokhan)

Tiansia Moss has now been found! (First publiced by Orzokhan)
Table of Content
  1. Pickables of Nave
  2. The Pickables
  3. Herb Extraction
  4. Extraction Tables
  5. Farms @ Info
  6. Crop Seeds
  7. The Pickables of the Jungle
It has been a long trip and I'm afraid of counting the hours I spend on this "little" project. I can finally say I feel confident to say it's completely (99,5%)... up to this date. Star Vault has a tendency to make changes now and then, sometimes they show it in the patch notes sometimes not, therefore I cannot promise this information is completely up to date. Al though, the past changes have only been very small.

"Happy Picking Everyone!" - Zyconnic Wolfe



1 Pickables of Nave:
What this sheet contains:
  • ALL pickables of Nave
  • Icons
  • Stats
  • Which lore the specific pickable belongs to
  • Average units gathered per plant
  • Average unit gathered per action
  • Range of units gathered per action
  • Vendor sell price per unit
  • Consume effect (Eating)
  • Consume effect (Potion)
  • Extracted material and yield depending on extraction method
*Everything is done with Max Lores*



2 The Pickables:
1.1 Gherking - Click here to see picture!

1.2 Common Vitis - Click here to see picture!

1.3 Myrland Roses - Click here to see picture!
2.1 Karoton - Click here to see picture!

2.2 Phasel Bean - Click here to see picture!

2.3 Yellow Cepa - Click here to see picture!

2.4 White Cavolo - Click here to see picture!

2.5 Wolf Peach - Click here to see picture!
3.1 Pirum - Click here to see picture!

3.2 Malus Fruit - Click here to see picture!

3.3 Elaiva - Click here to see picture!

3.4 Green Jambura - Click here to see picture!

3.5 Horn Pepper - Click here to see picture!

3.6 Capsicum - Click here to see picture!

3.7 Muse Fruit - Click here to see picture!

3.9 Palm Fruit - Click here to see picture!

3.10 Red Jambura - Click here to see picture!
5.1 Allium - Click here to see picture!

5.2 Basieus - Click here to see picture!

5.3 Dile - Click here to see picture!

5.4 Drakon - Click here to see picture!

5.5 Thymus - Click here to see picture!

5.6 Finol - Click here to see picture!

5.7 Karuva - Click here to see picture!

5.8 Gamun - Click here to see picture!

5.9 Nymph Herb - Click here to see picture!

5.10 Sea Dew - Click here to see picture!

5.11 Common Myrtus - Click here to see picture!

5.12 Salvia - Click here to see picture!

5.13 Firmwood Berry -Click here to see picture!

5.14 Lysimachia Arvensis - Click here to see picture!

5.15 Nahuat - Click here to see picture!

5.16 Gaillardia - Click here to see picture! (First published by Jybwee)

5.17 Aloe Vera - Click here to see picture! (First published by Cruzxavier)

5.18 Ephedra Click here to see picture! (First published by Jybwee)

5.19 Toghair Globule Click here to see picture! (First published by Jybwee)
6.1 Porcini Mushroom - Click here to see picture!

6.2 Brown Shorekelp - Click here to see picture!

6.3 Cantharellus Cibarius - Click here to see picture!
8.1 Argus sponge - Click here to see picture!

8.2 Umbilica - Click here to see picture!

8.3 Moon Sponge - Click here to see picture!

8.4 Amanita Muscaria - Click here to see picture!
10.1 Bor Chunk - Click here to see picture!

10.2 Salt Crystal - Click here to see picture!

10.3 Nitre Chunk - Click here to see picture!

10.4 Water - Click here to see picture!

10.5 Purified Water - Click here to see picture!

10.6 Sulfur Chunk - Click here to see picture!



3 Herb Extraction:
What this sheet contains:
  • Extracted material and yield depending on extraction method and amount
Extraction advice:
Try to only extract in "round" hundreds (100, 500, 1.000, 10.000) and with the largest stack possible. This will result in the highest yield %. For example for Nahaut. Extraction 100 will give you 6 Carpels. Extraction 10.000 will give you 620 Carpels. You gained 20 carpels extracting a whole stack!

4 Extraction Tables:




5 Farms @ Info:
Thank you IchorCorp for renting me a farm!
Farms were introduced in Mortal Online with the long waited TC patch.
A farm is a structure where you can plant Crop Seeds you get from extracting different herbology pickables.

*Gamun Crop Seed and Gamun Seed is NOT the same. Gamun Seed cannot be used on a farm.

A farm deed will come with a NPC farmer. Each farm can have a maximum of 2 farmers

Deeds:
Farm Deed - 100 Gold Coins
Farm Upgrade - 10 Gold Coins
Novice Crops Farmer - 50 Gold Coins (optional)
Material used to build it (example):
Brownwood, 10.000 Units
Firmwood, 5.000 Units
Granum, 2.500 Units
Cuprum, 200 Units

*Using higher-end materials will result in lesser units used.
A Crop Seed needs to be giving to a NPC farming who will plant the seed. The seed will turn into a "Large XXX plant" which have a higher yield than the normal plant found in the wild.
A NPC farmer can hold as many crop seeds you have on you. He will only plant 5 large plants before you need to pick them up. He will then continue to use the crop seeds he has in stock.
Shifting out seeds, will result in the current seeds on the farmer getting destroyed and replaced with the new seeds. The crop seeds already planted will stay
The server reboot will remove the large plants from the farm (remember to pick them up before the server reboot!). The NPC farmer will still have the remaining seeds in stock.
The yield from a Large Plant is approx. 10 times greater than picking the plant in the wild.
The yield from a large plant is not enough to sustain your stock. You will need to gatherer additional plants in the wild to keep with the Crop Seeds.



6 Crop Seeds:
What this sheet contains:
  • Yield from extracting specific pickables using the herbologium table
  • Crop Seeds can only be used on Farm constructions
  • Only some herbs from the herbology lore will yield crop seeds using the herbologium table (Se the above sheet)
  • Using a crop seed will give you a "Large plant" with a much higher yield than the normal herb found in the wild
  • If the herb has no extracted material, it will yield the crop seed and convert to a "Cleansed"-herb which have the same stats as the normal herb.
*Everything is done with Max Lores*



7 The Pickables of the Jungle:
Thanks to Aegis Imperium
This map contains the locations of the different pickables in jungle in Myrland. Furthermore, small correction to the map has been added.
 

Golgotha

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I had always kept the old one about as a reference.

Thanks for the update to the work. Much appreciated.
 

bjbarsted

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That is pretty awesome
I'm not sure if this is different on PC but on my iPad it is showing the pics all one slot above
If it is right on the PC though I wouldn't bother trying to alter it for this I can still understand it
 
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Groenholdt

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That is pretty awesome
I'm not sure if this is different on PC but on my iPad it is showing the pics all one slot above
If it is right on the PC though I wouldn't bother trying to alter it for this I can still understand it
I checked it again(think I checked it 3+ times before posting) and no problem here.. I hope it's just a Ipad problem or else I dunno why it is doing that
 

bjbarsted

Senior Member
I'm guessing it's just the iPad then
That's ok it's still understandable even on here
 
Nice work, I have something similar but not as pretty.Thanks for sharing!

Where are you picking Spongewood? Is Umbilica actually pickable or does it drop with Terror Bird Carcass? I'm pretty sure it's a sort of organism, like a parasite, not actual feces. Parazoa is an animal sub-kingdom.

I guess you could add the pickable seeds as well, now: Sea Dew Crop Seed (or whatever the name is), Finol Crop Seed (or whatever), maybe some others, not sure. I didn't see Firmwood Berry on there, either.



If you're interested in making some corrections and additional notes:
Gamun Seeds and Sea Dew Leaves can also be picked now
Gherkin, no g on the end
I think jambura has one r, otherwise they spelled the two different in game :p
Missing s on Beeswax
Water isn't under Petrology is it?
There's also pickable Purified Water from the Fab river
 
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Groenholdt

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I didn't know about the purified Water from Fab river and I never seen these Firmwood Berries

Concerning seeds, I decided not to gather the info as they are not worth anything yet :p I guess someone could do the testing for them

Spongewood is just a mistakes - didn't delete it from the other sheet I had

Thanks for the comment tho!
 
here's a hint for the Firmwood Berry:


And here's a directory of similar images I made of all the other pickables.
 
nice. It's always good to have information collected in one place. Also, the pictures from cloned. This is awesome. Everyone get picking.
 
^ shit. Dunno how to edit, but it's equally great for every time you say to someone, "Do you know X" or "Can you get some X if you see it?" and they say, "What's it look like??" And you have to try to explain... muchthanks.
 

Orzokhan

Trial Member
You might include two more things:
Sulfur is also pickable (jungle and northwest of cave camp)
Somnipherum is a leaf, i got it from chests. It's illegal item though, but seems worth to alchemists
 
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You might include two more things:
Sulfur is also pickable (jungle and northwest of cave camp)
Somnipherum is a leaf, i got it from chests. It's illegal item though, but seems worth to alchemists
Ah yes, Sulfur :p Was kinda rare when I found it. May have looked the wrong places
Regarding Somnipherum, if it's not a pickable I don't think it belongs there.. but always good to note it's usefull for alchemists.

Thanks for the comment tho! :)
 
you sir are a legend, I demand you get a custom forum tittle
 
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It's time for a redo!

Currently working on:
The missing pickables (Firmwood Berries, Boulders, Purified Water etc.)
A standard player price for nearly every pickable
A map for all the pickables (or adding them to this online map)

Feedback is always appreciated!
 
Cool, I have a pretty good idea of where most things can be picked, so if you need help I can contribute.
 
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I think I know where most things are.. maybe not the second salvia spawn in the jungle :p haven't really being looking for it though..
the problem with the online map is that people can remove the marks.. and I don't really like the dot system it uses..

But I always appreciate some help! and I'm sure I will be missing some.. ill keep you updated :)
 

Notime

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What a hero! nice sheat.

For argus sponge theres 1 plant at the bottom of the water near cerulite rock. and per plant its approx 70-94(94 most i've ever collect from a single plant, was the cerulite rock one).
 
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Cerulite rock? Haven't heard of this place but it may be because I'm not a miner..

My experience with Argus Sponge is that it's bugged concerning yield. Sometimes you get around 5-10 units, sometimes you depleted it in one take. Very sporadic
Only got data from the jungle spawn though

Underwater plants is just a pain in the brown star. You have to move around all the time and in rare cases I find a spot which yield multiple times
 
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