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Islands are a type of Location in Sea of Thieves. While Outposts, Seaposts and Forts have some sort of residents living on them, then most Islands are uninhabited (except for singular outcasts) and relatively wild, often being the target of the various Voyages offered by Trading Companies who dare not brave these locations themselves. Currently there are Large Islands, Small Islands and Uncharted Islands.
Island Types[edit | edit source]
Large Islands[edit | edit source]
Small Islands[edit | edit source]
Uncharted Islands[edit | edit source]
Other Island Types[edit | edit source]
Although the following are also technically Islands, they significantly differ from other Islands by function or features.
Outposts[edit | edit source]
Outposts are the main inhabited social hubs of The Sea of Thieves. These are the Islands where Player Crews start and usually end their adventures at. These Islands house most of the Trading Company and Shopkeeper NPCs as well as a Tavern with various regular patrons.
Seaposts[edit | edit source]
Forts[edit | edit source]
Forts are highly fortified Watchtowers, similar in size to Outposts. Most of the time, these Fortresses are abandoned and are quiet, having a large number of Barrels with ample Resources and even left-over Gunpowder Barrels. However, at any time, one of the Forts can be taken over by hordes of Skeletons during a Skull Fort World Event. These Skeletons will man the fortifications and try to keep anyone away from their treasure filled Fortress Vault.
Volcanic Islands[edit | edit source]
Tribute Peak/The Shores of Gold[edit | edit source]
Arches Peak/The Glorious Sea Dog[edit | edit source]