Treasure

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Captain's Chest, an example of Treasure Chest.

Treasure items are loot that can be found, carried, and sold to Companies in exchange for Gold and Reputation. All forms of treasure can be found in Voyages, Shipwrecks, Fortress Vaults, and/or on Islands at random.

Treasure Chests[edit | edit source]

Treasure Chests are sold to the Gold Hoarders, and can be found primarily on their voyages. Chests found in Shipwrecks are identical to their regular counterpart, except they have a shipwrecked aesthetic and count towards the Keeper of a Barnacled Hoard Commendation, We're in the money! Ashen variations are found and Devil's Roar and is worth twice as much, with a lava aesthetic.

Trinkets[edit | edit source]

Trinkets are found on Islands and Fortress Vaults, and are sold to the Gold Hoarders. They are valuable and shiny artifacts that can be seen far away by a sparking light, similar to a Message in a Bottle.

Bounty Skulls[edit | edit source]

Bounty Skulls are sold to the Order of Souls, and can be found primarily on their voyages. They are usually dropped off Skeleton Captains, including the ones from skeleton Fortress and Skeleton Ships. Keep your heads!

Trade Good Crates[edit | edit source]

Trade Good Crates are found on Islands, Shipwrecks, and Fortress Vaults. They are sold to the Merchant Alliance. The finest goods in the Sea of Thieves!

Animal Cages[edit | edit source]

Cages work differently than other Treasures. They can be acquired from the Merchant Alliance in a Trade Good Commission, or found on Islands at random. Animals can be caught in cages, then sold in exchange for Merchant Alliance Gold and Reputation. The reward is roughly ten times higher if that animal was commissioned.

Supply Crates[edit | edit source]

Supply Crates are obtained in Trade Good Commissions, or found on Islands at random. They can be filled up with up to 50 of their corresponding supply, then sold in exchange for Merchant Alliance Gold and Reputation. The reward for the Supply Crate is roughly ten times higher if that crate was commissioned.

Gunpowder Barrels[edit | edit source]

Gunpowder Barrels can be sold for Gold and Reputation. The barrels can explode, killing or injuring any pirates and Creatures, and putting 4 holes in the hull of any ship that is within 10 paces of the exploding barrel. Gunpowder Barrels can be found on Islands at random, but are best found in Fortresses both active and dormant. Completed Skeleton Forts reward one Stronghold Gunpowder Barrel, which is both larger and deadlier than their regular counterpart.

Sea Dog Chests[edit | edit source]

Sea Dog Chests are exclusive to The Arena game mode. They are technically identical to Adventure Mode Treasure Chests. Instead of Gold, they reward players with Silver points in individual Arena matches. They can be turned in to Sea Dog Agents stationed on Sea Dog Outposts.

Mermaid Gems[edit | edit source]

Mermaid Gems can be found on beaches or by destroying Cursed Mermaid Statues, Skeleton Ships, Skeleton Fortesses, killing a Megalodon or Kraken. They can be sold at the Gold Hoarders, Order of Souls, Merchant Alliance or at The Hunter's Call.

Dark Relics[edit | edit source]

Dark Relics are items found by doing Dark Relic voyages given by the Bilge Rats.

Rag & Bone Crates[edit | edit source]

Rag & Bone Crates are items found by doing Reaper’s Grave Voyages given by the Bilge Rats these crates are sold to Sea Posts