|Size||1 x 1|
|Skill(s) Required||Baking and Fishing|
|Object(s) Required||River Pearl Mussel|
|Produced By||Cauldron (with 0.2L)|
|Specific Type of||Pearl|
|Required By||Silver River Cutlery, Silver River Goblet, (Pearl: Pearl Necklace, Ring of Brodgar (Jewelry))|
The studytime infobox parameter accepts two formats. An Hour-float (studyTime = H.hhhh) or a Time-code (studyTime = H:M).
Proper input rules:
H.hhhh: (Dot delimited) At least one leading digit, and at least 4 decimal digits.(good: "0.1230", bad: ".123")
H:M: (Colon delimited) At least one hour digit, and 1 or 2 minute digits. (good: "0:1", bad: ":1" or "0:123")
(Although bare integer-input would work for both format cases, there currently deemed improper formatted input.)
|LP / EXP||500|
|LP / Hour (real)||4166.67|
|LP / Mental Weight||333.33|
|LP / Hour / EXP||416.67|
|LP / Hour / Size||4166.67|
|LP / Hour / Weight||277.78|
|LP / Hour / Size / EXP||416.67|
|LP / Hour / Weight / EXP||27.78|
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River Pearls are a rare and valuable Curiosity which can be used in the Study Report to earn Learning Points. This is the best foraging curiosity in the game, giving a massive 5000 base LP for only 1 hour study time.
How to Acquire
Cooking a River Pearl Mussel into a Boiled River Pearl Mussel, will very rarely result in a pearl in addition to a boiled mussel (a 1/100 base). (Note: Jorb has mentioned that the rate at which a pearl can be found has been reduced severely and that you should "not go looking for them, but enjoy it when you come across one")
- A pearl's quality is equal to the uncooked mussel's quality, unmodified by cauldron, water, or cooking skill.