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Today I checked if the blooming griffinclaw was appeared in my server, but unlucky it wasnt. The thing is that I had to walk all around nargor to find the spot, so I wanna know if there is any faster way to check if the griffinclaw appears?

And there is know how often it appears?

Thanks in advance.

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Since no answer here (except Mogh's comment) is right, I decided to handle it myself.

You don't have to run all the way through Nargor.

You don't need lvl 50 noobchars.

You can check if the flower is blooming, quickly and safely.

All you have to do is to get the access to Nargor and log off your char on the following, specific sqm, close to NPC Sebastian:

Note that griffinclaw (dry) is not visible at all while standing there, but it's not a problem.

As you can see, the blooming griffinclaw flower can be clearly seen. Low level char can be left there. This is the fastest, easiest and the most efficient way to check it.

I wasn't able to find any concrete information about the frequency of blooming, but most sources state that it's around every 30 days.


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Blooming Griffinclaw was introduced to the game as a quest object in Version 7.8 August 1, 2006, unfortunately there is no message that can warn us about its appearance on the server.

His spawn time is randomly(can be 2 days in row) and spawn always after ss.

According to tibia fandom: you can take a sample of it every 20 hours, as long as you have an empty container in your hand and have not yet delivered one. If you try to harvest it again before 8 pm is over, you will receive the following message: "You just collected a fragile dish. At least wait for the rest of the plant to recover a little before gathering more."

Blooming Griffinclaw | TibiaWiki | Fandom

The way is to check with your own character because a note from tibia famdom says the following: "Note that you must have started this search yourself to obtain the plant piece. You cannot use a different character."

It is only possible to collect one sample of this flower per day (per character).

Simplest route:

Image: Blooming Griffinclaw | TibiaWiki | Fandom


 Blooming Griffinclaw it appear random time. 

Remembering that a sample cannot be taken when it is dry.

I have a second level 80 character that I left camped on the spot and when the flower was blooming I went to get it with my character, Here is an example of a character from the world of Monza level 100.

Image: tibia.wikia.com

Something interesting that I would like to share is that you can also find it when you want to kill Chief Deathbine in Port Hope, however when I entered the chief’s room they were in dry form, I believe it is not possible to collect them.

Image was from tibia royal but the fansite no longer exists anymore so the link doesn't work.

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can anybody help me? Why did I get a low vote on my answer? maybe I can improve it.
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I think it would be a good idea to show on the screenshot where to stand with the noobchar to check if the flower has bloomed. Not everyone knows where this place is. I think that would be a good addition to your answer.

Let me try to explain this. When the flower blooms you can see part of its sprite when you stand on one square near the boat. IMO this is an important lifehack that should be included in the answer. You can log out a character there and check if the flower has bloomed without going through the whole Nargor.

Proof: https://i.imgur.com/HbEWIgb.jpg
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You should log out an some noobcharacter there, and check it everyday :) its the fastest and easiest way. Relog will take You just seconds :) Have fun!
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But there is Pirates and they can kill my maker.
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Yes friend, if its 8lvl its true, but now its easy to lvl up some nobchar, 50lvl with strongs is enought :) I don't see any easier way to check it, since there is not any announcment/can't check it by temple or any other way.