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Gilded Benthic
Gilded Benthic.jpg
Level 24
Species Benthic
Tamable Yes
Familiar Rank ★★
Temperment Hostile
Taming Points 15
Mount Type Flying
Seal Effects

Magic Crit Damage 12 ~ 24

Magic Crit Rate 1.00% ~ 1.00%
Talent Pts 135

Description[]

Gilded Benthic is a tamable Elite enemy found on a very secluded island to the far North-East of the Sky Farm Camp, within the Sea of Hakanas. There is only ever one benthic circling the island at any given time. The player needs to possess an Ocean's Call in order to tame it.

Taken from Bestiary In-Game

Gilded Benthic's location on the map

No creature in all of Hakanas is more mysterious than the benthic. Throughout the ages, sailors have shared stories of shimmering serpents floating above the seas. The benthic was even a popular masthead for cargo vessels in the late Crowns Era. Fortunately, the age of myth has passed. We now know that this creature is quite real. Taming it requires a powerful seastone. The great titan Attaius and the dragon Atadren are believed to have the components needed to craft one, but no one has managed to do so. Perhaps an enterprising adventurer will succeed one day.

― From a sea familiar research log



Strategy[]

Before you can even attempt to tame it, the player must craft an Ocean's Call. All of the areas known that you can look to obtaining the recipe for its mark are bosses. Firstly you can try to farm the dragon Atadren, who is located at Fort Zenen. Second, is King Soriphen, a naga/serpent looking creature who can be found down at the Rainbow Reef South of Fort Baellas. Lastly, if you can find a well-rounded group of max level, geared players, you can all take a shot at the raid boss Attaius, located within Attaius Peak. All of these bosses reside in the Sea of Hakanas. The recipe is a very rare drop, so don't expect to see it drop for quite a while.

How to Tame[]

(Mounted picture: Gilded Benthic)

Once you've acquired your Ocean's Call, you may attempt to tame the Gilded Benthic. As with most all Elites, it is wise to lower its HP as much as possible without killing it, to increase your chances at successfully taming it. Don't forget, if you hop onto it too soon and fail, you will be required to obtain and/or craft another mark to try again. You never need to worry about other hostiles, as there is always only ever one spawned at a time.




Mount Details[]

Stats[]

Stat Value
Level 1 Level 30
HP 750 2925
Energy 522 1252
Max Altitude 800m
Move Speed 9.00
Attack Speed 2.00
DPS 39 170
Physical Defense 999 1119
Max Level 30

Skills[]

Ability Icon Name Unlocked Level Max Skill Level Type Effect Cast Type Cooldown Cost Range Description
BenthicHowl.png Benthic Howl Lv. 1 Lv. 1 Familiar (Buff) Increases Evasion by 3.00% for 20 sec. Instant 60 sec. 25 Melee Temporarily increases evasion.
BenthicPoison.png Benthic Poison Lv. 1 Lv. 1 Familiar (Attack) 520 ~ 570 Damage. Instant 10 sec. 10 22.0m Sprays potent poison at the target.
AncientDragon'sMight.png Ancient Dragon's Might Lv. 5 Lv. 6 Familiar (Passive) Max EP increased by 5% - 20%. - - - - Increases your familiar's stamina.

Sealing Details[]

Seal stones are items that turn tamed familiars into items in order to either socket them into your gear for bonus stats or convert to talent points. Sealing Gilded Benthic requires an elite Seal Stone and grants the following bonuses

Lv 1 Lv 30
Magic Critical Damage 12 - 24 121 - 133
Magic Critical Rate 1.00% - 1.00% 1.97% - 1.97%

Converting Gilded Benthic to Talent Power provides 135 Talent Points regardless of level.

2x sealed Gilded Benthic is used in crafting a Paragas the Mad Mark.

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