After the player locates all of the pieces, Katharine will put them together. Then, she’ll say this:
“Wow! This is a Jingdezhen compass! Jingdezhen is a city in the Jiangxi province of China.The city has been producing compasses for hundreds of years. They were exported all over Europe and the Middle East. It was a big industry, and they made thousands and thousands of them, so the price and quality tends to jump around a lot. But some of them are really valuable. Hey, I think a group of antique experts are in Ka’ai right now. We should have this examined to see if it’s a real compass or not! I’ll have Thorman look into it.”
After a bit, an email from Alfred Thorman arrives that reads:
“Re: Platter Appraisal
I have good news. Though in poor condition, the Jingdezhen platter is a historically significant find. Originally crafted by a skilled Chinese potter, it was later acquired by a European aristocrat named William Freud Hessier. His family passed it down for generations until it was finally lost at sea during a fierce storm.
This is a truly rare find, and I think the museum will be thrilled to receive it. Please accept this as a token of the foundation’s thanks.
Opening the attachment will get the player the Salmon Run suit.
In the player's footlocker, the Porcelain is described: "A 16th- to 17th-century porcelain dish from the Jingdezhen region of China. It is truly a work of art."
The four pieces of the plate are located at the following coordinates:
- F/G-5, 42 meters/137 feet
- I-4, 36 meters/118 feet
- H-3, 40 meters/131 feet
- H-4, 39 meters/128 feet