- For the Clover Pig outfit, see Clover Pig Set.
A pair of sizable ears and fluffy yet lengthy patch of fur on its neck render this pet unique. The herbs that grow on its head is another fascinating attribute that offers its master a gamut of advantages; the herbs that grow on the Clover Pig's head can be directly collected, especially benefiting adventurers whom are studying herbs.
Above all, earning this pet the name 'Clover Pig', clovers are available for collecting, which will contribute to its master's Luck enhancement.
While the Clover Pig 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 Pig may not be of significant help in a battle.
It is also important to note that the luxury of collecting herbs from the Clover Pig isn't permanent.The abundance of the herbs will be affected by the pet's age; by the age of 5, the Clover Pig 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.
The consistent popularity the Clover Pig boasts may lie in the practicality of its benefits, but perhaps its loyal and endearing personality is what makes this pet a true companion.
For memorable adventures in the world of Mabinogi, travel in good company of the Clover Pig.
- Note: Herb picking does not become more difficult, but past age 5 the pig begins to lose mana, effectively giving less herbs. Without training, the pig will have 25 mana by age 12. It's still quite usable, especially with Enduring Melody (Make sure you are in a party with your pig to give it the buff).
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 Pig - used for all skill and stat charts and companion bonus