This is a new item thats created with the new fish
You will be able to buy different kinds of vanity items, Recipes and food with these fish. You will be able to buy them from
There will be new cooking recipes available at the
added in Patch 6.2.
, will now sell the following recipes:
Cost of Recipe
From the Wowhead News post:
Darkmoon Faire (May 3 - 10): New Toys and Races, New Content on 6.2 PTR
There are three new recipes, which help with leveling early Cooking:
: Set out a great feast that will feed your party and dress them fancily (Gilneas fashion, awesome hat)! Restores 10% of health and mana every second for 10 sec and you will become Well Fed, increasing Versatility for 20 min. (Takes 10
, Requires Cooking 225)
: Restores 10% of your health and mana per second for 10 sec and you will become Well Fed, increasing Versatility for 20 min. (Takes 2
, requires Cooking 1)
: Set out a great feast that will feed your party! Restores 10% of health and mana every second for 10 sec and you will become Well Fed, increasing Versatility for 20 min. (Takes 5
, Requires Cooking 150)
This is one of a series of new versatility foods that has come to the Darkmoon Faire with patch 6.2 (
being the others). All 3 of these new foods require
to cook. This food provides an individual buff when eaten, whereas
provide the same versatility buff for party members as well.
grants 1% versatility (+1% damage done/-0.5% damage taken, ~130 versatility at level 100). This makes it slightly better than the best versatility food in game thus far -
(which grants +125 versatility, for non-Pandaren).
is also considerably easier to make than
, but the versatility boost only lasts 20 minutes (as opposed to 1 hour).
The Well Fed buff is applied
upon eating. In contrast, standard foods in-game require you to eat for 10 seconds before the Well Fed buff is applied. As well, this food restores health and mana more rapidly than standard foods, at 10% per second while eating.
This food requires 2
per piece to make. A cooking skill of 1 is needed to cook it. The recipe is sold by
(Fishing Prizes) at the Darkmoon Faire. She is located at (52, 88) - beside the left dock ramp, under the reddish awning.
The currency used for this vendor (as well as the mat required to cook the food) is
, which can be fished up in the waters surrounding Darkmoon Island. Here are some notes about catching these fish:
These fish can be caught from open water OR pools
When fished from open water, 1
is caught per cast, unless you fish up a
(a rare catch), containing gold and 5-10
Fishing in pools of Shipwreck Debris will yield multiple
(typically 2-5), along with 1
per cast. Pools usually despawn after 1-2 casts.
While the fish are the currency for items sold by
, they can also be eaten (for mana and health, they do not grant a buff) or cooked into various dishes that grant a versatility buff (the recipes for which are purchased from Galissa!).
All of the the items sold by
are listed below:
+200 Fishing Skill lure. Disappears 1 day after obtained.
Recipe for food that grants 1% versatility (+1% damage done/-0.5% damage taken, ~130 versatility at level 100). Well fed buff is applied
upon eating, and lasts
. Food requires 2
per piece to make. Cooking skill of 1 needed to cook.
Potion that grants a buff, reducing gathering time, and slightly increasing your character's size. Gathering time for skinning reduced by 1 second, and for herbalism/mining by 1.5 seconds. Lasts 60 minutes. Consumed on use. Stacks with other flasks/elixirs.
Note that 1 of these potions is guaranteed to be inside each
, which can be fished up from pools of Shipwreck Debris around Darkmoon Island, or rarely can be fished up from open water. This is by far the more efficient way of obtaining these potions!
Recipe for feast that grants 1% versatility (+1% damage done/-0.5% damage taken, ~130 versatility at level 100) to yourself and all party members that eat it. Well fed buff is applied
upon eating, and lasts
. Feast requires 5
each to make. Cooking skill of 150 needed to cook.
Toy - is added to your collection on use. Using the slidewhistle produces a whistle-blowing animation and a slidewhistle sound. 10 second cooldown.
Teaches the companion pet
. Cannot battle. Cannot be caged.
Recipe for feast that grants 1% versatility (+1% damage done/-0.5% damage taken, ~130 versatility at level 100)
changes characters into fancy dresswear for yourself and all party members that eat it. Well fed buff is applied
upon eating, and lasts
. Feast requires 10
each to make. Cooking skill of 225 needed to cook.
Teaches the battle pet
. CAN be caged, and traded, sold or listed on the Auction House.
Starts the quest
, which rewards 100
and 3 random Darkmoon elixirs at its conclusion.
Disappears from the vendor after purchased (only 1 can be purchased)
If you are looking to collect the new items:
Purchasing all 3 cooking recipes will require 85
Purchasing both pets will require 150
Purchasing all of the cooking recipes, pets and the toy will require 260
I was looking for highest precent restore foods for fastest mana gain in mythic +, and this was one of them. Does not however work in there for some reason
Unlike most foods that provide versatility (or haste, crit, mastery)
Lemon Herb Filet
provides 1% of the raw stat. This means that it continues to be a useful buff at all levels.
At level 110 its 1% increase to damage/healing done (and 0.5% reduction in damage taken) is equivalent to ~475 versatility rating. Making this the most powerful versatility food buff currently available. The second best is
Seed Battered Fish Plate
which provides 0.21% less.
Given the time-limited availability of the ingredients for
Lemon Herb Filet
and the very slight advantage it gives over more easily available food, it doesn't see much use.
This is NOT usable DURING a mythic plus dungeon (you can only eat it before the key is put in). This makes it a bummer because the 1 sec of eating to get the food buff is awesome, but fret not!
You can use
instead in m+ for that ultra fast food buff! (also fills up healers' mana bars very fast)
have (quiety?) been nerfed to give only 11 versatility at level 110 and 45 versatility at level 120, which equates to 0.53% versatility. So it seems the buff has been cut in half. Pandas still get double, for whatever that is worth.
count as Food Eaten in your Statistics tab.
Unlike most buff foods which you have to remain seated and eat for 10 seconds to get the buff, you get the versatility buff from the Lemon Herb Filet about one second after you start eating
if you don't already have a food buff with higher versatility.
(The stats on foods mentioned in this post vary from Wowhead, to the in-game food item tooltip, to the active buff tooltip. The numbers I give are what the actual active "Well Fed" buff tooltip indicated for that particular character.)
On my level 19 warlock, I ate some
which gave me +1 Versatility. Then I ate some
and got +2 Stamina and +2 Versatility. While the Spider Cake buff was still active, I ate some more
but it did not overwrite my +2 Stam +2 Vers buff from the Spider Cake.
I was very excited about this and initially thought that the Lemon Herb Filet would not overwrite an existing food buff at all, but after more testing on a higher level toon I realized alas, this was not the case.
On my level 111 mage, I ate some
and got +2 Stam +2 Vers. Then I ate Lemon Herb Filet and it overwrote the Spider Cake buff and gave me +16 Vers. I thought, "well maybe the Lemon Herb Filet will only overwrite a food buff if the Filet buff is going to be 'better' than the food buff you already have."
So I ate some
and got +19 Haste. Then I ate
and it overwrote the +19 Haste with +16 Vers. I thought, "well maybe that amount of Haste isn't necessarily 'better' than the Vers, so that's why it overwrote it." More testing was needed.
and got +18 Intellect. Then I ate
and it overwrote the Fish Stew buff with +16 Vers. Now, for a mage, +18 Int is objectively better than +16 Vers. So that showed that my theory was wrong about the Filet not overwriting a "better" food buff.
So why didn't the Filet overwrite the Spider Cake buff on my level 19 warlock? It must have been because the Vers on the Spider Cake buff was higher
(for my level 19)
I acquired some Versatility food appropriate for my 111 mage,
, which would give more Vers than the Filet. I ate the Bil'Tong and got +93 Vers. Then I ate the Filet, and it did
overwrite the Bil'Tong buff. Ergo,
the Lemon Herb Filet will not overwrite an existing food buff that has more Versatility than the Filet would give you, but in all other cases it will overwrite your food buff.
This severely limits the usefulness of the Lemon Herb Filet. If you generally use a higher +Vers buff, then the Filet will restore 100% health and mana in 10 seconds and leave your buff alone, so that's fantastic. If you use a different stat food buff, the Filet will overwrite it almost immediately, which makes the Filet highly undesirable.
Unlike other foods from previous expacs, where if you don't want to overwrite your food buff but you need the health and/or mana, then you can eat a food for up to 9 seconds and then stand up without overwriting your buff, but the Lemon Herb Filet buff kicks in too quickly to even take one bite just for the health/mana.
is still great if you are going to do some "everyday" content and you want quick healing/mana and/or a small Vers buff, but you need to conserve your high-stat food for special occasions, or if you just don't have any other suitable buff food. It would be great to craft in bulk and send a few stacks to your new alts, new friends on your server, etc., rather than trying to craft a smorgasbord of stat-appropriate food to span their leveling.
A little footnote on the food buff overwriting phenomenon: I was curious whether other foods would overwrite or preserve a buff in a similar way to the filet. So on my 111 mage, with my +93 Vers buff from the Bil'Tong still active, I ate
and it overwrote my +93 Vers and gave me +2 Stam +2 Vers.
Then I ate
and got +16 Haste. Then I ate
and it overwrote the Surf and Turf buff and gave me +19 Haste. Then I ate more Surf and Turf and it did
overwrite the Salad buff.
Then I ate
and got +15 Intellect. Then I ate
and it overwrote the Turtle buff and I got +18 Int. Then I ate Turtle again, and it did
overwrite the +18 Int Fish Stew buff. Then I ate
which would purportedly give +9 Int and it did
overwrite the +18 Int Fish Stew buff I still had.
and got +7 Stam +7 Vers, it overwrote my Fish Stew buff. Then I ate
and it did NOT overwrite the Crawdad buff. Then I ate
and it overwrote the Crawdad buff and gave me +8 Vers. Then I ate
again and it gave me +7 Stam + Vers and overwrote the Dumpling buff. I ate
and it gave me +18 Stam and overwrote the Crawdad buff. I ate
and it gave me +16 Vers and overwrote the Wildfowl buff. Then I ate
and it gave me +2 Stam +Vers and overwrote the Filet buff.
So in a nutshell, if you have an existing food buff and you eat a food whose buff has the same stat(s) but lower, it will
replace your food buff. If you eat a food that has one of the same stats you already have but higher, it
replace your buff. If you eat a food that has any stat buff you
already have, it
replace your buff even if the new food has much lower stats than your existing buff.
在10 sec内每秒恢复10%的生命值和法力值，同时获得进食充分效果，提高全能属性，持续20 min。在进食时必须保持坐姿。
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