Black Pearl


Black Pearl

Statistics[edit]

Black Pearl
A black jewel.


Stackable: 12

Other Uses[edit]

Resale Price: 1,164~1,230 gil

Synthesis Recipes[edit]

Bonecraft (19/30)
Yield: Pearl x 1
HQ 1: Black Pearl x 1
Wind Crystal
Bonecraft (19/30)
Yield: Pearl x 1
HQ 1: Black Pearl x 1
Wind Crystal

Used in Recipes[edit]

Desynthesis Recipes[edit]

None

Obtained from Desynthesis[edit]

How to Obtain[edit]

Auction House Category: Materials > Goldsmithing ( )

Quests[edit]

Dropped From[edit]

Name Level Zone
Marsh Sahagin 52-59 Sea Serpent Grotto
Bog Sahagin 52-59 Sea Serpent Grotto
Swamp Sahagin 52-59 Sea Serpent Grotto

BCNM[edit]

Name Level Cap Zone
Steamed Sprouts Level 40, 30 minutes, 6 members Balga's Dais
The Worm's Turn Level 40, 30 minutes, 6 members Waughroon Shrine
Under Observation Level 40, 15 minutes, 3 members Horlais Peak
Up in Arms Level 60, 15 minutes, 3 members Waughroon Shrine

Tenshodo Coffer[edit]

Key Mission
Bird Key Bring at least 3 Counterseals to Squintrox Dryeyes


Walk of Echoes[edit]

Historical Background[edit]

The black pearl is a rare type of pearl which has a medium to dark gray color instead of the usual iridescent, whitish appearance of regular pearls. Black pearls are produced by the black-lip oyster (also called the Tahitian pearl oyster), Pinctada margaritifera, which is found in the southwestern Indian Ocean & Persian Gulf, southwestern Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and off the coast of Baja California, usually in relatively shallow waters (such as lagoons). The most common area where they were found is the southern Pacific Ocean, though. The black pearl is rare because the species that produces it has a smaller population than those which produce common pearls and the species which produces it tends to rarely produce pearls naturally. As a result, it is more expensive than standard pearls (the black pearl is not as valuable as the south sea pearl though).

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