Ihms will eat anything left on the ground. You can sometimes find an Ihm Pie when gathering from herb patches but they will make you dirty upon being picked up.
Ihms can be taken to dungeons as a partner. It does not fight for you as a pet, but it will help you acquire more chests during exploration.
The books in the library mentioned that they burrow underground and grow into trees. The baby Ihms then hatch from the fruits of those trees. Another book also mentioned that they were created by the gods to be servants and soothe the people.
In any initial kingdom, there are twelve different Ihms, all sharing the same set of names. Their name will stay the same unless you change it.
Ihm Bond Edit
An Ihm Bond will allow you to tame an Ihm as a pet. It will sleep in your house and come to you for food or a cuddle/pat. Pet Ihms can also be taken to dungeons and they will increase the number of chests you receive.
After you have passed down on to your next generation however, pet Ihms will become wild and you will need to tame it again using another Ihm Bond. This is also the only way to release Ihms back to the wild.
Ihm Name Tag Edit
With an Ihm Name Tag you can change the name of your pet Ihm. You can get an Ihm Name Tag through a daily reward.
Ihm Color Edit
An Ihm can change into seven colors: White, Pink, Mint, Ice Blue, Cream, Lavender, and Graphite. Talk to your pet Ihm while holding this item to change its color. The colors can be bought at the Amber trading post in the Mobile version, or as DLC in the Nintendo Switch version.
|Ihm Color: Pink||Ihm Color: Mint||Ihm Color: Ice Blue|
|Ihm Color: Cream||Ihm Color: Lavender||Ihm Color: Graphite|
The default color of an Ihm is white. So using an Ihm Color: White will change its color back to white again.
Ihm Suits Edit
Ihm-Shaped Items Edit
There are a number of items in the game that are shaped like Ihms. They range from toys, costumes, or even food.
Ihm Snacks Edit
In the Nintendo Switch version there is an item called Ihm Snack. When you feed an Ihm using the snack, it will give you an item in return. Each Ihm can be fed up to twice a day.
It is highly recommended to feed the Ihms using the Ihm Snack, as they can give you some nice items that would otherwise only be obtainable by certain jobs. For example, the Flowers in the Temple Atrium (Acolyte) or Royal Green House (Royals). You will need the flowers if you want to complete certain quests given by the shops at Castle Street.
Ihm Snacks can be bought from the Work Store at Yano Market for 10 bea and 2 Phacos.
|Garb Herb||Gathering - Grass|
|Mud Ball||Gathering - Grass (Child only)|
|Snail Shell||Gathering - Fallen Logs|
|Stained Glass Fragment|
|Nose Beetle||Gathering - Fallen Logs (Child only)|
|Aque Leaves||Gathering - Fallen Logs (Scholar/Phomos Forest only)|
|Bird Stone||Mining (Children only)|
|Papillias Flower||Royal Greenhouse|
|Weelia Flower||Temple Atrium|
|Lily Bulb (White)|
|Dead Leaf Bug?|
- Each Ihm has a specific place in the kingdom that they will go to and sleep at every night between the hours of 2NT and 4NT.
- In the Mobile version, Ihms are around the size of a female character's body, while in the Switch version, they are only about the size of a character's head.
- If an Ihm has been re-named and released back to the wild later on due to the player passing down to the next generation, its name will remain as is.
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