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A pair of coiled horns and defined, round eyes accentuate the friendly image with which the Clover Gnu will enamor its master. The herbs that grow on its back is another fascinating attribute that offers its master a gamut of advantages; the herbs that grow on the Clover Gnu's back can be directly collected, especially benefiting adventurers whom are studying herbs.
Above all, earning this pet the name 'Clover Gnu', clovers are available for collecting, which will contribute to its master's Luck enhancement.
While the Clover Gnu sports a number of benefits, it is nurtured and tamed by the hands of humans; hence, its tendency to display mellow personality is further encouraged, minimizing its aggressiveness. As a result, the Clover Gnu may not be of significant help in a battle.
It is also important to note that the luxury of collecting herbs from the Clover Gnu isn't permanent. The abundance of the herbs will be affected by the pet's age; by the age of 5, the Clover Gnu will slowly begin to show signs of diminishing growth of herbs, and when the pet reaches the age of 10, collecting herbs will become hardly accessible.
But the Clover Gnu will always remain a loyal, lovable pet regardless of its age, rendering your adventures more pleasant.
- Note: Herb picking does not become more difficult per se, but past age 5 the gnu begins to lose mana, effectively giving less herbs at a time. Without training, the gnu's max MP will be 30 by age 12.
Herb Collection Rates
See Herb Collection Comparison to compare to other pets.
Level Needed for Skills
Status Increase on Age-up
Status Increase on Level-up
JP Wiki Article on Clover Gnu - used for skills, age-up stats, and part of companion bonus