One of the biggest criticisms of Amazon's recent entry into the MMORPG universe is that the quest lacks any imagination. But Baited is an exception.

Baited is a quest of New World. If you want to open this quest, you need to find an NPC named Dena Ruby near New World Coins the Stolen Shores and talk to him. The main goal of this quest is to require the player to capture two different aquatic creatures, and one of them is Snails. If you want to catch it, the most important thing is to have a fishing pole, and the other thing that is not necessary but very useful is Bait. Any improvements granted by using bait with a fishing pole with stack with any existing enchantments, so you can choose to use them.

For Bait, you have many good choices, and most of them are very easy to get. For example, one of the Baits that is very suitable for capturing Snails in New World is Firefly Bait, and you can find them in Briar in New World. Players can also use Woodlouse Bait if you like, they can be obtained from Bushes. But there is one important point. Harvesters and fisherfolk will not produce the previous two baits every time they interact with the aforementioned foliage, but it should be easy to find if you try a few more times.

In addition, there are other types of baits to choose from. For example, you can get Bread Bait from chests, enemies or made at New World Gold a simple campfire or Kitchen from food resources. And some kinds of meat bait require you to use low-level ingredients like sausages and seasonings to make. But it should also be noted that part of the bait made in the kitchen is suitable for saltwater fishing, while the other part can only be used for freshwater fishing.

Although the method of obtaining Baits is relatively simple, fishing Pole requires you to spend some New World Coins to obtain it. And those fishing poles with better attributes will cost more New World Coins. However, if you are short of New World Coins, you can visit NewWorldCoins, there are plenty of cheap New World Coins available throughout the day.