Stethacanthus 267.6
370   Salt Lakes 

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The size of the growths on this stethacanthus indicate that it may be the oldest still in existence─and also why it has come to be known as the “Loch Seld monster.”

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Male stethacanthus vie for reproductive supremacy amongst their species by focusing internal aetherial energy to engender queer saline growths upon their dorsal fins─the size of which is the sole factor in the females' selection of a suitable mate. The crystals can swell to sizes so large that they oft render the wavekin completely motionless.

Location

The Lochs
Loch Seld70

Time Zone

 (Number: 218 ET )

Desynthesis

(Number: 22)
Ala Mhigan Salt Crystal
Craftsman's Cunning Materia VI
Fine Sand
Water Cluster (1~2)

Bait

Rock Saltfish (Mooch)

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