Weather

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No Sea would be a Sea if it did not vary in both hazardous and advantageous Weather. This is the case for the Sea of Thieves, which is known for its treacherous Thunder Storms and Fog.

Types of Weather[edit | edit source]

There are currently three types of weather effects in the game: Storms, Fog and Wind.

·Wind is the only type of weather in the Sea of ​​Thieves that helps players by catching the wind with their sails to speed up their ships.

·Fog often forms on the sea, which makes it difficult for crews to navigate and steer the ship. The fog reduces visibility significantly, making It easy to collide with reefs or islands, and is more dangerous when fighting enemy ships and skeleton ships.

·Storms are probably the element in the game that causes the most grief. Your ship will be hard to control, strong waves will damage your ship's hull, and rain will require you to bail water from the bottom of the ship as it can easily be filled. And it can also harm a pirate's health, because a lightning storm can easily hit a ship.