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Perfect World International Information Dump

Note: After Genesis launched, I briefly reinstalled the game. Played very little before uninstalling it again, but I ran around some areas, confirmed that the resource locations from those areas were still valid even after all these years and also added some new ones, which I have now included in the lists. Also confirmed that grease comes from the starting area enemies, though not just from quingfus.

Finally got around to deleting my characters and uninstalling Perfect World International today. I wanted to delete them to be sure I won’t get the idea to go back there at some later point and end up giving up shortly afterwards yet again. That took some two hours, since I had to update before I could connect and the process was slow and filled with errors, but eventually it was done.
Now I’m left with a file containing various information which I gathered and is now useless to me but might be of some use to others. It might also be completely useless, since the most recent entries date from nearly two months ago, when I stopped playing, and I’m sure there have been many changes since, especially considering the expansion. I’m also sure there are sites which have much more information which is also more up to date, accurate and better organized. Still, just in case any of this might still be useful, you’ll find it all in this post.

I) Materials

I have a list of locations from where you can gather lowest and low quality metal, wood, coal and stone. Saying again, these were valid at that time and might be completely useless by now, if they have changed them. There may also be a few mistakes in them, even though most have been verified on more than one occasion. The sorting is done according to the first coordinate. Keep in mind that at least some locations are not completely fixed, the variation being of one or even two units in any direction. I have also included the area each spot is included in, but remember that the variation can cause “mines” which are at the edge of one area to end up in an adjacent one.
I also have a list of creatures that drop lowest and low quality fur, thread, glue and oil. (I also know that felbone shanks drop compound thread.) My impression was that certain types of creatures drop certain kinds of materials, the level of the creature determining the quality and therefore the exact material dropped. However, I have only listed creatures from which I have personally seen those materials drop, to avoid false leads. (Grease is not included in the list because I was never sure where it came from. It’s very likely that it only comes from the creatures in the starting areas, likely only from quingfus.)
It is my belief that jade comes from all monsters within the level range covered by the equipment for which it is used (for example levels 20-29 for orange jade), but that the drop rate is very low. Still, in order to avoid false leads, I have included the monsters which I have certainly seen jade drop from.

1. Lowest quality

Coal Dust:

- 159, 262 - The Fissure
- 163, 273 - The Fissure
- 172, 282 - The Fissure
- 183, 522 - Dribbling Spring
- 186, 219 - The Fissure
- 204, 596 - Desert of Echoes
- 205, 523 - Dribbling Spring
- 220, 535 - Broken Bridge Village
- 223, 644 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 227, 652 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 230, 642 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 241, 614 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 245, 572 - Broken Bridge Village
- 260, 533 - Wolf Totem Valley
- 262, 594 - Desert of Echoes
- 271, 605 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 278, 645 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 281, 378 - Lake of No Worries
- 293, 688 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 295, 646 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 308, 685 - Pierced Heart Lake
- 313, 667 - Lunar Pass
- 316, 363 - Aside the Lake
- 317, 542 - Wolf Totem Valley
- 323, 391 - City of the Plume
- 341, 595 - Dragon's End
- 350, 233 - Decaying Woods
- 354, 308 - The White Ridge
- 357, 299 - The White Ridge
- 358, 688 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 365, 359 - Bamboo Village
- 365, 433 - Forest of the Plume
- 370, 626 - Silk Ridge
- 373, 678 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 385, 603 - Silk Ridge
- 390, 533 - Courage Path
- 390, 568 - Courage Path
- 395, 443 - Forest of the Plume
- 397, 643 - Silk Ridge
- 399, 653 - Silk Ridge
- 399, 682 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 408,1002 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 410, 944 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 426, 817 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 427, 631 - Wellspring Village
- 431, 677 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 443, 593 - The Great Lake
- 443, 818 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 444, 932 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 478, 887 - Etherblade Lake
- 484, 585 - The Great Lake
- 509, 722 - Bengal Ridge
- 532, 848 - Hill of the Swarm
- 561, 772 - Shining Tidewood
- 589, 891 - Ancient Peak
Logs:

- 168, 279 - The Fissure
- 189, 516 - Dribbling Spring
- 199, 516 - Dribbling Spring
- 220, 565 - Broken Bridge Village
- 223, 589 - Desert of Echoes
- 228, 580 - Desert of Echoes
- 233, 637 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 236, 645 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 242, 622 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 245, 611 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 258, 595 - Desert of Echoes
- 266, 603 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 275, 626 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 281, 641 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 291, 648 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 295, 374 - Lake of No Worries
- 304, 364 - Aside the Lake
- 307, 648 - Lunar Pass
- 310, 308 - Southern Pass Mountains
- 310, 458 - Tranquility, Western Shore
- 322, 477 - Tranquility, Western Shore
- 325, 493 - Tranquility, Western Shore
- 342, 452 - Forest of the Plume
- 346, 510 - Courage Path
- 353, 523 - Courage Path
- 355, 507 - Courage Path
- 356, 521 - Courage Path
- 367, 684 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 369, 474 - Forest of the Plume
- 372, 591 - Courage Path
- 376, 606 - Silk Ridge
- 379, 584 - Courage Path
- 381, 613 - Silk Ridge
- 387, 557 - Courage Path
- 389, 680 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 394, 653 - Silk Ridge
- 408, 683 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 409, 963 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 450, 693 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 475, 582 - The Great Lake
- 491, 587 - The Great Lake
- 494, 583 - The Great Lake
- 509, 640 - Archosaur, Western Outskirts
- 509, 671 - Archosaur, Western Outskirts
- 520, 731 - Bengal Ridge
- 524, 602 - The Great Lake
- 529, 834 - Hill of the Swarm
- 592, 809 - Tomb of the Shining Tide
Pig Iron:

- 149, 274 - The Fissure
- 159, 261 - The Fissure
- 170, 275 - The Fissure
- 199, 555 - Desert of Echoes
- 209, 530 - Dribbling Spring
- 214, 578 - Desert of Echoes
- 215, 545 - Broken Bridge Village
- 215, 573 - Desert of Echoes
- 227, 639 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 231, 609 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 232, 655 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 233, 587 - Desert of Echoes
- 235, 649 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 236, 626 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 237, 667 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 238, 602 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 241, 563 - Broken Bridge Village
- 246, 623 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 257, 605 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 280, 530 - Wolf Totem Valley
- 300, 540 - Wolf Totem Valley
- 305, 675 - Pierced Heart Lake
- 306, 358 - Aside the Lake
- 335, 480 - Tranquility, Western Shore
- 352, 440 - Forest of the Plume
- 354, 281 - Restless Outlands
- 361, 574 - Courage Path
- 363, 632 - Silk Ridge
- 371, 653 - Silk Ridge
- 390, 647 - Silk Ridge
- 391, 608 - Silk Ridge
- 395, 689 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 396, 661 - Silk Ridge
- 403, 655 - Wellspring Village
- 411, 556 - The Great Lake
- 423, 559 - The Silver Pool
- 423, 852 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 427, 841 - Inn of the Eagle
- 428, 825 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 436, 925 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 438, 931 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 443, 917 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 444, 709 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 450, 918 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 451, 557 - The Great Lake
- 473, 764 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 475, 725 - Bengal Ridge
- 478, 662 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 480, 685 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 495, 595 - The Great Lake
- 521, 730 - Bengal Ridge
- 524, 698 - Archosaur, Northern Outskirt
- 589, 836 - Hill of the Swarm
- 593, 651 - Archosaur, Southern Outskirt
- 597, 791 - Shining Tidewood
Sandstone:

- 137, 279 - The Fissure
- 169, 282 - The Fissure
- 176, 278 - The Fissure
- 199, 531 - Dribbling Spring
- 202, 587 - Desert of Echoes
- 222, 584 - Desert of Echoes
- 229, 568 - Broken Bridge Village
- 230, 624 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 232, 614 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 235, 642 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 237, 660 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 240, 628 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 243, 606 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 245, 539 - The Broken Bridge
- 252, 603 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 265, 670 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 277, 656 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 277, 667 - Dragon's Breath Valley
- 278, 354 - Lake of No Worries
- 279, 421 - Tranquility, Western Shore
- 292, 538 - Wolf Totem Valley
- 321, 582 - Dragon's End
- 337, 489 - Tranquility, Western Shore
- 338, 541 - Wolf Totem Valley
- 363, 680 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 368, 328 - The White Ridge
- 372, 565 - Courage Path
- 375, 477 - Forest of the Plume
- 377, 646 - Silk Ridge
- 384, 693 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 389, 668 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 394, 515 - Courage Path
- 401, 992 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 423, 916 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 436, 815 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 441, 920 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 456, 590 - The Great Lake
- 484, 920 - Etherblade Lake
- 493, 956 - Thousand Wood Ridge
- 511, 635 - Archosaur, Western Outskirts
- 515, 891 - Etherblade Lake
- 569, 697 - Archosaur, Southern Outskirt
- 602, 835 - Tomb of the Shining Tide
Animal Fur:

- Bucktooth Lynxus
- Charing Sable
- Crakpot Lynxus
- Darting Minkii
- Heptapace Vipent
- Lynxus Vassal
- Riding Wolf
- Sable Elder
- Shimmering Viper
- Waspy Ursog
Cotton Thread:

- Boondock Chisler
- Feral Ursog
- Skeletal Archer
- Scout Lynxus
Organic Glue:

- Bloodthirsty Adalwolf
- Dustwraith Skirmisher
- Krimson Tigera
- Tauroc Angler
- Werewolf Bowman Firstclass
Red Jade:

- Bucktooth Lynxus
- Crakpot Lynxus
- Darting Minkii
- Mountain Ursog
- Rhinodrake Plainswalker
- Shimmering Viper
Broken Orange Jade:

- Acrimonic Cactopod
- Bloodthirsty Adalwolf
- Boondock Chisler
- Darkbreed Wolfkin
- Feral Ursog
- Grassland Tarantulax
- Grottoden Wolfkin
- Krimson Tigera
- Sable Elder
- Heptapace Vipent

2. Low quality

Coal:

- 348, 232 - Decaying Woods
- 361, 808 - Mount Burhan
- 366, 713 - Windswept Grasslands
- 395, 746 - Windswept Grasslands
- 401, 713 - Unicorn Forest
- 414, 781 - Unicorn Forest
- 430, 685 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 431, 556 - The Silver Pool
- 442, 697 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 447, 524 - Stairway to Heaven
- 448, 544 - The Great Lake
- 458, 639 - Wellspring Village
- 459, 681 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 490, 649 - Archosaur, Western Outskirts
- 495, 664 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 500, 524 - Stairway to Heaven
- 518, 598 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 519, 789 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 528, 755 - Shining Tidewood
- 539, 738 - Flag Hill
- 547, 524 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 554, 503 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 560, 718 - Flag Hill
- 564, 751 - Shining Tidewood
- 577, 583 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 582, 751 - Shining Tidewood
- 587, 550 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 595, 771 - Shining Tidewood
- 599, 508 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 600, 722 - Flag Hill
- 605, 727 - Widow's Coast
- 626, 710 - Widow's Coast
- 629, 724 - Widow's Coast
- 636, 733 - Widow's Coast
- 638, 806 - Shattered Jade Shore
- 640, 780 - Mount Lantern
Gravel:

- 188, 590 - Sundown Highland
- 349, 281 - Restless Outlands
- 381, 816 - Broken Plain
- 395, 896 - Broken Plain
- 409, 644 - Wellspring Village
- 415, 654 - Wellspring Village
- 417, 552 - The Great Lake
- 433, 504 - Stairway to Heaven
- 434, 626 - Wellspring Village
- 444, 683 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 453, 623 - Wellspring Village
- 457, 549 - The Great Lake
- 461, 719 - Bengal Ridge
- 467, 659 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 505, 522 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 512, 585 - The Great Lake
- 523, 554 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 532, 714 - Flag Hill
- 539, 750 - Shining Tidewood
- 559, 735 - Flag Hill
- 563, 707 - Flag Hill
- 563, 782 - Shining Tidewood
- 568, 761 - Shining Tidewood
- 573, 529 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 590, 543 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 616, 800 - Shining Tidewood
- 635, 788 - Mount Lantern
- 639, 842 - Angler's Village
- 648, 866 - Angler's Village
- 649, 824 - Shattered Jade Shore
Rough Lumber:

- 356, 281 - Restless Outlands
- 384, 895 - Broken Plain
- 406, 642 - Wellspring Village
- 408, 651 - Wellspring Village
- 447, 562 - The Silver Pool
- 448, 616 - Wellspring Village
- 451, 720 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 466, 724 - Bengal Ridge
- 471, 522 - Stairway to Heaven
- 474, 797 - Etherblade, Outskirts
- 475, 567 - Heaven's Tear
- 487, 664 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 495, 676 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 519, 530 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 521, 533 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 525, 562 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 526, 741 - Flag Hill
- 528, 765 - Shining Tidewood
- 529, 586 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 531, 589 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 538, 783 - Shining Tidewood
- 544, 540 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 560, 741 - Flag Hill
- 562, 512 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 571, 782 - Shining Tidewood
- 573, 584 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 583, 564 - Hidden Orchid
- 585, 523 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 588, 756 - Shining Tidewood
- 591, 798 - Shining Tidewood
- 592, 737 - Flag Hill
- 607, 743 - Shining Tidewood
- 609, 760 - Shining Tidewood
- 609, 899 - Ancient Peak
- 615, 791 - Shining Tidewood
- 616, 726 - Allies' Camp
- 621, 811 - Tomb of the Shining Tide
- 621, 830 - Tomb of the Shining Tide
- 622, 736 - Widow's Coast
- 625, 857 - Shattered Jade Shore
- 628, 794 - Mount Lantern
- 630, 843 - Shattered Jade Shore
- 631, 814 - Shattered Jade Shore
- 639, 740 - Mount Lantern
- 646, 732 - Widow's Coast
High-carbon Steel:

- 306, 763 - Windswept Grasslands
- 342, 705 - Windswept Grasslands
- 380, 903 - Broken Plain
- 392, 846 - Broken Plain
- 401, 693 - Sparrowmark Beach
- 414, 499 - Stairway to Heaven
- 419, 638 - Wellspring Village
- 438, 681 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 440, 528 - Stairway to Heaven
- 452, 686 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 458, 666 - Broken Bow Bluff
- 458, 727 - Bengal Ridge
- 518, 598 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 521, 584 - The Great Lake
- 522, 749 - Shining Tidewood
- 524, 546 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 533, 573 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 536, 546 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 542, 525 - Valley of the Hidden Orchid
- 546, 709 - Flag Hill
- 552, 775 - Shining Tidewood
- 565, 514 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 569, 504 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 570, 575 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 574, 792 - Shining Tidewood
- 576, 729 - Flag Hill
- 583, 574 - Hidden Orchid Valley, East
- 587, 774 - Shining Tidewood
- 590, 742 - Flag Hill
- 605, 892 - Ancient Peak
- 607, 711 - Widow's Coast
- 611, 832 - Tomb of the Shining Tide
- 649, 717 - Widow's Coast
Concentrated Glue:

- Adalwolf Sharpshooter
- Densgoth Tuskmoor
- Dustwraither Archer
- Feligar Vanguard
- Lupine Gladiator
- Snakevalley Hexwraith
- Tauroc Slave
- Werewolf Spearman
Purified Oil:

- Araneid Webmaster
- Argenweave Mantis
- Backstabbing Scorpion
- Centipod Destroyer
- Dual-Bladed Centipex
- Gettstone Centipede King
- Scarletnob Diplopod
- Tiger Striped Araneid
Rough Fur:

- Darkbreed Wolfkin
- Feral Ursog Chief
- Grottoden Wolfmaster
- Heartless Wolf
- Lyncean Hunter
- Quillhog Enchanter
- Midnight Jackaleopardite
- Moon Jackaleopardite
- Sapphire Planeshark Don
- Shanlang Cutlass
- White-eyed Wolfkin
Silk Thread:

- Barren Specter
- Decaying Ghoul
- Greater Venomous Ghoul
- Ossein Guard
- Ossein Merchant
- Pyrogolth Bandit
- Resentful Ghoul
- Skeleranc Artisan
- Skeleranc Craftsman
- Skelevizen Lieutenant
- Skelevizen Sailor
- Skelevizen Warlock
- Tombseeker
- Venomous Ghoul
Orange Jade:

- Arboride Dryad
- Dual-Bladed Centipex
- Frail Blob
- Gettstone Centipex King
- Giangut Araneid
- Grottoden Wolfmaster
- Ossein Merchant
- Pyrogolth Apprentice
- Quillhog Enchanter
- Rhinodrake Megalith
- Shanlang Cutlass
- Tauroc Sentinel
- Venomous Ghoul
- Werewolf Spearman
Broken Yellow Jade:

- Argenweave Mantis
- Backstabbing Scorpion
- Felbone Shanks
- Giant Piranha
- Lupine Berserker
- Lupine Gladiator
- Sapphire Planeshark Don
- Scarletnob Diplopod
- Stone of Grief
- Torgirn Sentry
- Tiger Striped Araneid

II. Dragon Quest Items

Once again, my understanding was that all monsters of a certain type can drop a certain type of Dragon Quest items, the monster’s level determining the exact item. However, in this case there is a certain amount of overlapping, certain monsters potentially dropping different items of the same general type (for example frail blobs dropping both element dust and element fragments). Still, to avoid false leads, I have only listed the monsters which I have personally seen the specific items drop from. The drop rate is very low for the lowest level monsters which drop a certain item, peaks somewhere around the middle of the level range for that item, then drops again. It also seemed to me that the drop rate was greatly reduced if your level was significantly higher than the monster’s level, but this seems to apply for most things.

1. Dragon Quest 20

Antenna:

- Centipod Destroyer
- Dual-Bladed Centipex
- Enflamed Reaver
- Gettstone Centipex King
- Grassland Tarantulax
Disguise Skin:

- Barren Specter
- Decaying Ghoul
- Greater Venomous Ghoul
- Ossein Merchant
- Pyrogolth Apprentice
- Pyrogolth Bandit
- Skeleranc Artisan
- Skeleranc Craftsman
- Skeletal Archer
- Venomous Ghoul
Element Dust:

- Abnormal Cactopod
- Acrimonic Cactopod
- Arboride Dryad
- Blob of Rebirth
- Darkbreed Wolfkin
- Frail Blob
- Jaden Elfire
Mystical Meat:

- Bloodthirsty Adalwolf
- Dustwraith Sentinel
- Dustwraither Archer
- Eldergoth Underling
- Feligar Vanguard
- Krimson Tigera
- Tauroc Sentinel
- Tauroc Slave
- Werewolf Bowman Firstclass
- Werewolf Spearman
Rhino Horn:

- Boondock Chisler
- Elder Tortoise
- Highlands Tortoise
- Rhinodrake Megalith
- Tectonic Rhinodrake
Soft Fur:

- Bitter Wolf
- Charing Sable
- Crakpot Lynxus
- Darting Minkii
- Feral Ursog
- Feral Ursog Chief
- Grottoden Wolfkin
- Heartless Wolf
- Heptapace Vipent
- Lyncean Hunter
- Lynxus Vassal
- Midnight Jackaleopardite
- Quillhog Enchanter
- Quillhog Magus
- Sable Elder
- Shanlang Cutlass
- Sharptooth Wolf
- Shimmering Viper
- Treeline Wolfkin
- Waspy Ursog
- White-eyed Wolfkin

2. Dragon Quest 31

Complete Sack:

- Bloodraged Cadaver
- Decaying Ghoul
- Felbone Shanks
- Greater Venomous Ghoul
- Ossein Guard
- Ossein Hero
- Ossein Merchant
- Ossein Standard Bearer
- Pyrogolth Apprentice
- Pyrogolth Bandit
- Skeleranc Artisan
- Skeleranc Craftsman
- Skelevizen Sailor
- Skelevizen Warlock
Dews of Herbs:

- Cloud Dancer Pterosaur
- Elder Tortoise
- Rhinodrake Megalith
- Scout Pterosaur
- Tectonic Rhinodrake
Dull Claw:

- Giant Piranha
- Heartless Wolf
- Midnight Jackaleopardite
- Pinnaer Foxwing
- Quillhog Enchanter
- Quillhog Magus
- Sapphire Planeshark Don
- Shanlang Cutlass
- White-eyed Wolfkin
Element Fragment:

- Arboride Dryad
- Blob of Rebirth
- Devilroot Dryad
- Frail Blob
- Guardian Demonfire
- Sage Tombstone
- Stone of Grief
- Torgirn Sentry
- Torgirn Warrior
Honey Juice:

- Araneid Webmaster
- Argenweave Mantis
- Backstabbing Scorpion
- Centipod Destroyer
- Dual-Bladed Centipex
- Enflamed Reaver
- Longlegged Toxicon
- Scarletnob Diplopod
- Tiger Striped Araneid
Mystical Claw:

- Adalwolf Archer
- Adalwolf Sharpshooter
- Densgoth Tuskmoor
- Dustwraith Sentinel
- Dustwraither Archer
- Lupine Berserker
- Lupine Gladiator
- Snakevalley Hexwraith
- Tauroc Sentinel
- Tauroc Slave
- Werewolf Spearman

3. Dragon Quest 41

Big Buck:

- Ancient Evil
- Felbone Shanks
- Ossein Guard
- Ossein Hero
- Ossein Standard Bearer
- Resentful Ghoul
- Skelevizen Lieutenant
- Skelevizen Warlock
Claw:

- Giant Piranha
- Sapphire Planeshark Don
Dew Orb:

- Argenweave Mantis
- Backstabbing Scorpion
- Bloodthirsty Hexweb
- Scarletnob Diplopod
- Tiger Striped Araneid
Element Stone:

- Devilroot Dryad
- Guardian Tombstone
- Sage Tombstone
- Stone of Grief
- Torgirn Sentry
- Undine Supreme
Mystical Blood:

- Densgoth Tuskmoor
- Krixxix the Dark Adalwolf Lord
- Lupine Berserker
- Snakevalley Hexwraith
Rubybeard Herb:

- Cloud Dancer Pterosaur

III. Pet Food

The types of pet food which are required in order to extend your pet bag are extremely difficult to gather. They come from only a few monsters and the drop rate is extremely low. All I know is that hay comes from rhinodrake megaliths and meat comes from tectonic rhinodrakes and cloud dancer pterosaurs. I have also heard that turtles drop hay, but have never seen it myself. Don’t ask where does fruit come from because I have absolutely no idea.

This is all the potentially useful information I had in that file. Since I have only started writing it down when my Human was around level 15 and I never had a Winged Elf, I know this will be most useful for Untamed and of little use for low level Winged Elves, but the monster types are generally the same for all races in their starting zones, just the names differ, so even Winged Elves could use this to figure out what they need. If any of it is still accurate, that is.

44 Comments

  1. Cavalary says:

    Me and MMOs don’t get along. I either do things alone or not at all, so when you get to dungeons or nasty bosses that can’t be soloed I’m out of there.

    December 29, 2008 @ 8:30 PM

  2. Rich says:

    Lots of info. Why did you stop playing? Seems like you liked it enough to keep thinking about it.

    December 29, 2008 @ 8:21 PM

  3. Vesky says:

    I’m usually like that too…
    Anyway, I know for a fact that Hay also drops from Antelope Pups… and the drop rate seems decent enough..
    My archer was about 5 or 6 levels higher than the antelopes and I had 2 grinding sessions for Hay. The first got me 7 hay in about 20 minutes, the second got me 21 hay in a few hours. So either way, you should be good there.
    The KS rate is lower than other places too… if you know where to go ^^

    December 30, 2008 @ 11:06 PM

  4. Deathmaster says:

    A lot of work put into this, which is cool. But why not just use http://www.pwdatabase.com. It has everything about the game, including coordinates of almost everything, with searching. Just a page I thought you’d like to see.

    January 4, 2009 @ 8:21 PM

  5. Estefan says:

    http://www.pwdatabase.com is only useful if you know the names in the Malayan version, which I don’t.

    So I still like this page here if I look for crafting materials.

    January 20, 2009 @ 7:46 AM

  6. Htownfolife says:

    this is a really good place thanks for the help and coordinates of the items tat was really helpful try add coordinates on the monsters you’ll be good ><

    January 20, 2009 @ 9:43 AM

  7. Cavalary says:

    As it says at the beginning, I’m no longer playing, so I won’t be adding anything to this. Monsters didn’t seem hard to find for me though, just follow the directions you do get from NPCs or look around yourself when that fails. You’ll stumble upon everything sooner or later.
    Besides, certainly wasn’t expecting the amount of interest this is receiving, just thought a few people might happen by it, eventually save it in a file themselves and be done with it. Instead I’m getting some 5 times the expected traffic steadily, many of which being return visitors, which is making me quite uneasy…

    January 20, 2009 @ 12:27 PM

  8. Darren says:

    Thank you very much for this info. It’s helped me complete quests alot faster!

    January 22, 2009 @ 7:26 AM

  9. luckyme says:

    thanks this stuff really came in handy

    January 27, 2009 @ 7:51 PM

  10. MannKhandy says:

    Wish me luck, I too am soloing through the game. Guilds and working with groups have never interested me either. I see what you mean about not being able to kill bosses on my own. I’ve managed to clean out 2 low level dungeons – but the repair costs and health use were draining. I’ve also wasted lots of money on Dragon Quests which returned little for the expense (sort of like life). Since I’m currently at level 53, I’ll try it for a little longer – I’ve finished WOW, Guild Wars, Age of Conan and others all by myself. I’m thinking I’ll top out in PW as well. :) BTW – Nice site.

    January 30, 2009 @ 6:44 AM

  11. Cavalary says:

    Good luck! (But I highly doubt you “finished” WoW alone. Maybe it could be possible to solo a 5-person raid, but a 40-player instance… No way. From what I hear at least.)
    But you don’t need to spend a single coin on Dragon Quests, just time… A lot of it… I had 15 copper tokens when I quit, didn’t spend a single coin, just flew everywhere I had to. Yeah, that involved facing the correct direction, reaching the required height to clear all obstacles and enemies in the way, and then sticking my finger in the W key and listening to music (not the game music I mean) or occasionally even reading a bit till I got there :)

    January 30, 2009 @ 2:26 PM

  12. Cavalary says:

    Yw :)

    As for the uneasiness, it’s partly simply because I was used with just a few visits and all of a sudden it went past 100/day and stayed there. Even though the vast majority just look at a single page, it felt like a bit of pressure.
    On the other hand, I’m not exactly supposed to be on this server in the first place, technically. And hosting a site with 5 visits / day might just be a friendly thing people won’t really think about, but at 105 it might become noticeable. (Not that anybody said anything, but it doesn’t feel quite right to me.)

    February 2, 2009 @ 10:14 PM

  13. VenusFox says:

    you said that all the traffic this has received is making you uneasy.. that’s sort of odd. i play the game have for a couple months and love it, as do many other people. i cant imagine why it would make you uneasy that something you put together has helped some so many people with this game. My cleric is a lvl 61 and i just started a veno. most everything you have down here i found with my cleric but it seems so long ago i’ve since forgot and this has helped me immensely with my baby veno lvl 22. thanks for a job well done. =)

    February 2, 2009 @ 9:44 PM

  14. Royalle says:

    Thanks so much for the info. Honestly, I would’ve totally enjoyed it if you’d stayed on PWI and taken down notes on more DQ drop locations for the level 41 one. I found out the hard way that claws drop from King Grimalkins. Anyways, I really hope my comment doesn’t make you feel pressured or anything; wish you were still online so I could befriend you. If you DO come back, my username’s Royalle, and I’m a level 45 venomancer currently.

    (Fruit drops from the pterosaurs.)

    February 4, 2009 @ 6:02 AM

  15. Cavalary says:

    Sorry, not gonna come back. If the equipment transfer goes well I’ll be deleting my Materia Magica character tomorrow too (haven’t been playing him for over 2 years anyway) and be out of the on-line gaming thing for good, no intention of getting back, just not my thing.

    (Hm, I never found any fruit from them. Then again, just killed cloud dancers, with maybe a couple of scouts which targeted me when I was feeling brave.)

    February 4, 2009 @ 2:27 PM

  16. Chris says:

    Dude! This is the most comprehensive thing for PWI on the net! It is obvious that you are dedicated and hard working. This thorough index shows how commited you were to playing, and you can easily be called the best player on there with this kind of attitude. But with all that, what is so wrong with this game that you retired Oo?

    Well I admit hard work doesnt pay of in PWI as it should. Mobs are rediculously high in respect to how fast u gain strength and the boss mobs…pfft…i wont even go there. In other mmos, if u put the hard work, you can solo boss mobs ur level even if it’s ur second time around to play the character. I find that no amount of hard work will pay off in this game. Ultimately, the expectation is for you to spend perverse amount of money to refine your gear. Ergo, real cash out of pocket. Now I don’t know how helpful refining your gear will be if you can some how flip the bill for a $1500 refinement PER gear to 12, but I do know sharding the hell out of them and get legendary’s makes NO difference! Ridiculous! I am lvl 35, legendary from head to two, all having 2 to 3 either magic or phys def shard, and I still see my charm being used when I solo a lvl 19 fb :/ Well this issue doesn’t make me wanna quit. But I am curious why you did. A way, blit an expensive way, is still a way.

    >.> btw, gravel at 464 636… xD

    February 5, 2009 @ 9:19 AM

  17. Cavalary says:

    See comment #2… Basically what you said, can’t solo and I don’t play well with others.

    February 5, 2009 @ 3:11 PM

  18. T says:

    Thanks a lot for making this guide. It’s been really helpful for me. I appreciate it. :)

    March 3, 2009 @ 2:56 PM

  19. DaHamr says:

    This is a really awesome list thank you so much you cant believe how much this helped me finish bank quests!

    March 24, 2009 @ 4:14 PM

  20. Gleerock says:

    Lots of Veryvery useful informations, thx for this big help. And since not much have change on PWI it’s still useful, especially those stuff about dragon quests. I’m a LVL – 40 Cleric and my name is Gleerock there too. So if someone needs my help(But I doubt that I can be much of a help) just pm me, but I can only assists for now ^^.

    BTW why did u stopped playing this game? I too was getting bored so I took a three months break from PWI, but now I’m back. Maybe you just need some break too, just like me. And if you ever thinking of returning back on playing just add me as ur friend, cause I really want to be friends with experienced players just like u XD,

    ~See ya on PWI~

    April 2, 2009 @ 3:15 PM

  21. Cavalary says:

    Said why I stopped, basically MMOs are just not for me. So returning is also out of the question… This social aspect is what sends me running, I do things alone or not at all, and it’s kinda hard to do things alone in a MMO.

    April 2, 2009 @ 3:26 PM

  22. Gs says:

    Dude, Rock on!… Its a shame u not in any more, This game needs players like you.
    Well best wishes for your next fixation, for me, this is now my DRUG! or maybe thats why u left… Thanks a Mill for the great Info

    Cheers,
    Gavin

    April 14, 2009 @ 3:35 PM

  23. tenderheart59 says:

    thanks so much for this info was really helpful

    April 24, 2009 @ 9:30 AM

  24. Aya says:

    Thank you very much :-) It was really nice to share this instead of simply deleting.
    You get this much traffic because your guide is good and user-friendly and probably cited a lot – I found your page when I googled “perfect world”+drop+”red jade”. And I searched for it only AFTER checking pwi database and not finding what I wanted.
    Good luck with your next hobby!

    May 4, 2009 @ 1:07 PM

  25. mataemon says:

    hey does any one have luck with the materials all the ones i go to arent there am i just hitting them at bad times and someone already got to them or have they been moved?

    May 4, 2009 @ 11:29 PM

  26. sdgfdfg says:

    Fruit drops from lofties and vipions! ^-^

    May 5, 2009 @ 12:01 AM

  27. lord_zyrian says:

    dude love the site…but come on….u spent too much time on this and eventually throw it away….wat a waste…dude ppl who have read this will gladly help u now after all that u have done…come on…ok here try this…..go back again..and if it still doesnt work for u….quit but make sure u give it some time coz ppl will have to do u know do some stuff….catch u online and stuff like that…..and dude really want to befriend u…u seem like a nice guy…and i bet u are……so really hope to see u soon….add me my name is lord_zyrian……but just call me Z….dude give it one last thought….if u want to talk about something im to listen….ok think about it…see you soon…we all wish to seee u soon..dude love the site and appreciate the hard work… :D :D see ya

    June 28, 2009 @ 12:33 PM

  28. Cavalary says:

    Thanks for the kind words, but I’m not going back there or to any MMO for that matter.

    June 28, 2009 @ 1:07 PM

  29. Tactica says:

    Wished to say a little thank you for your comprehensive guide.

    I’m sure many others, as well as myself have benefitted from it, and I realise that you’ve probably ceased playing MMO’s altogether now, but if I could make just one remark; Perhaps you should try (briefly) as a Venomancer.

    They’re notoriously a solo class, and due to the tanking properties of most pets, you can pretty much solo any aspect of the game.

    Wish you well on your endevours. Thank you for logging the information you have so tirelessly gathered.

    July 19, 2009 @ 5:57 PM

  30. Cavalary says:

    I did have a Veno, otherwise I’d have lasted much less than I did. And you can’t solo dungeons or major bosses with a Veno either, at least not before you’re something like 20 levels above them… Or at least you couldn’t then, don’t know what happened since.

    July 19, 2009 @ 6:31 PM

  31. luckyme says:

    Any 1 know a good data base…american 1

    July 20, 2009 @ 1:06 AM

  32. Jess says:

    thank you for this in depth guide, your hard work is greatly appreciated.

    July 26, 2009 @ 8:16 AM

  33. Yasune says:

    Tee hee:D
    tyvm, I was wondering a lot of things
    You saved me a lot from trouble:D
    Your site is the best so far, really simple and straightforward:DD

    August 10, 2009 @ 8:30 AM

  34. John A Kinney says:

    hey there nice job … I am with you Ive been wrestling with shuting this game down and made my decision. Im tired of the PWI merry-go-round and I to dont play well with others. I have found all factions are clickish no matter what they say, ive been in many and even started one myself and couldnt handle the imature stuff people hand out. Good luck to ya and enjoy…….
    formally,
    CelticCrosse

    October 7, 2009 @ 4:45 PM

  35. CasdyOk says:

    Verry nice this lists but is better if u can implements higher mats ;P

    November 3, 2009 @ 7:58 AM

  36. Neverr says:

    Thank god you posted this, even if you quit I greatly appreciate this ^.^ Saves me tons of time. I hope you have a good life without MMO’s mate;p

    November 7, 2009 @ 6:03 AM

  37. ALLeH says:

    Thanks so much for this. I was having real problems trying to find this stuff! PWI will miss people like you. ):

    December 16, 2009 @ 8:31 PM

  38. CAM says:

    what about grease?

    December 26, 2009 @ 6:01 AM

  39. Cavalary says:

    See what it says before the lists… “Grease is not included in the list because I was never sure where it came from. It’s very likely that it only comes from the creatures in the starting areas, likely only from quingfus.”

    December 26, 2009 @ 2:25 PM

  40. VANISHLIGHT says:

    This was a big help to me findig all of the thangs i need thanks

    May 23, 2010 @ 7:06 PM

  41. Karyai says:

    This is a great help. x3 Thanks so much for putting all this info up.

    May 25, 2010 @ 3:32 AM

  42. Jath says:

    I know how you feel about the “going back and giving up.” part. A friend introduced me to Perfect World in May 2009 because he needed me to play a wizard character. This was my first MMORPG ever so… I played ‘catch up’ to get to his level and once I reached level 53, he left the game. I was left all by my lonesome and didn’t have a clue on how to do anything since I had been following his lead all along (and that whole business about relying on factions and groups was a bit intimidating. My friend was a pro at it.) so I left myself.

    Every couple of months I fire up the game to see how things change but I’m really just twiddling my thumbs before I shut it down again. I really should delete it and move on but I just don’t know if the friend might get interested and return to the game.

    June 4, 2010 @ 1:56 PM

  43. F says:

    Jath, apparently you’d still like to play… I have a wizard myself, not much higher than yours. I could train you if you want. Just give me your character’s name and I’ll send you a message :)

    June 10, 2010 @ 3:35 PM

  44. Mark Vangorder says:

    I need to find redberrries, they are for my faction leader. I understand that they are a rare drop. some say they can be found from certain dragons around Heavens Tear. Can anyone tell me the best way to find them. I have been away from pwi for awhile and this is the first time I have heard of them.

    February 25, 2017 @ 12:20 AM

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