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Fish are AI creatures that act as a food source for aquatic carnivores. They are able to be carried and dropped by all playable creatures, but are only edible to carnivores.

Fish will spawn in deep water, with larger fish appearing in larger lakes. Fish can spawn with a variety of different colours depending on the species.

If players come across a lake that is full of fish, they will have to be wary of the amount of fish they catch and kill. If a lot of fish are killed in quick succession by overfishing, the respawn rate of the fish will plummet and only small fish will respawn.

Water quality can also affect fish spawning in water, as low quality water will kill any fish, and they will not respawn until the water is a high enough quality.

Species[]

Arapaima[]

Arapaima is the largest catchable AI fish in Path of Titans, and only the largest playables can carry it. Arapaima gives the most food due to its size, and can only be found in large water sources. It is large enough to have ragdoll physics when carried.

Arowana[]

Arowana is a small catchable AI fish in Path of Titans, and all playable creatures can carry it. Arowanas do not give much food due to its size, and can be found in any deep water source. It is one of the fastest swimming fish in the game.

Bluegill[]

Arowana is a small catchable AI fish in Path of Titans, and all playable creatures can carry it. Bluegills do not give much food due to its size, and can be found in any deep water source. It is easier to spot than other fish due to its unique shape.

Pike[]

Pike is a medium-sized catchable AI fish in Path of Titans, and only medium or large creatures can carry it. Pikes give a decent amount of food, and can be found in most deep water source. It can be spotted for its long body shape.

Trout[]

Trout is a medium-sized catchable AI fish in Path of Titans, and only medium or large creatures can carry it. Trout gives a decent amount of food, and can be found in most deep water source. It can be spotted for its bright colouring.

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