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Sea of Thieves – Tricks, Strategies,Guide, Cheats, Tips and Secrets

Synopsis Sea of Thieves – Tricks, Strategies,Guide, Cheats, Tips and Secrets

Sea of Thieves

Cheat Codes:
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Submitted by: David K.

Tips & Tricks:
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Don’t sail solo. This game wasn’t intended to sail solo. You are already at
a
disadvantage as soon as you disembark the outpost. The game can still be
fun,
but the risk is greater to lose your plunder.

To sail you will need to raise the anchor by way of turning a capstan
(large
turning drum factor) – easier with extra of you helping – then unfurl the

sails the usage of close by rope cleats (rope tie/hook matters) at the
gunwale
(side of the boat). Press “W” or “S” to unfurl or furl the sail.
You also can alter the route of the sails the usage of close by a
winch.

In ship to ship combat, aim to land your cannonballs just below the
waterline
on the other ship. Landing shots above the waterline will poke holes in the

other ship’s middle deck (not lower deck). Since it’s above the waterline
the
other ship will not take on any water from the hole.

The compass can be raised by pressing and holding the right (trigger/mouse

button).While held up, your character will walk slower and you should hear

(feel if using a controller with vibration) your character taking steps

(paces). This is handy for counting out your paces for riddle maps.

Eating one banana restores 25% of your HP.

Get unlucky enough to have a troll in your crew? Use the “Vote To Brig”

feature to let him sit in time out for a bit. You and your crew can either

choose to vote him back out after you think the nasty troll has learned

their lesson, or you can just leave them there until they quit out of the

game.
 
Nervous about crewing up with other players? The Sloop allows you to play

solo if you wish to dip your toes into the water first. Be aware though
that
it’s still a shared world so you will still be able to run into other,

potentially hostile, players in the world. Personal advice, there’s safety

in numbers so crew up on a Galleon! (Plus this game is just way more fun

when you play with a team of mates).

Not all items in the game are given to you straight away (like the very

powerful Blunderbuss, must be purchased for 930 gold). Some items must be

purchased from a merchant. Merchants can be found on Outpost islands.

Supplies. Are you in an extended fight that is going on for 30 minutes and

you’re out of supplies? You have a few options. Disengage would be the

safest bet. But where is the fun in that? If you are out of supplies and

you still want to chase, send your crew mate flying to the closest island

to pick up supplies. Make sure they have an empty inventory before you send

them. This can backfire if the enemy ship realized this and comes about to

broadside you.

To get a project, visit the Gold Hoarders’ tent on Sanctuary Outpost, the

place in which you start. He’s fairly slap-bang inside the center of it.

You will need to buy missions and you have a time wherein to finish them.

There is an unfastened project to be had to get you going – The Stash of

Captain Bones.

Advanced Strategies. While you are chasing, tell your crew mate to stay on

the sails to give you the wind advantage. This is huge when you need to

close the gap. When you are fighting a ship, lower your sails slightly for

extra mobility after you have made your pass to fire. It will put you in a
better position to fire again. If you need to 180 your ship, steer
completely
port or starboard and drop anchor. When you do this, call your crew mate to

help you raise the anchor. This is a very advanced strategy that can either

get you killed or maintain the chase. Save this one during critical
times.

You cannot share a treasure map with another crew. They won’t be able to

spawn chests on your maps. However, once the chest has been spawned (you’ve

hit it with a shovel), they can totally shoot you, and finish digging it

up… or vice versa.

Your ship will occasionally take hull damage when sailing through a storm.

This can pile up pretty quickly too so be mindful of it. You should be able

to hear audio cues of wood breaking to indicate you’ve sprung a new
leak.

Finding and defeating the Kraken:
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There is currently no known guaranteed way to make the Kraken appear, but

it seems the chances increase for the Kraken to spawn when there are more

players grouped together in a certain area. Thus, trying getting multiple

groups together and stock items, then travel into the sea to try to get it

to appear. If you see the sea turn black instead of blue, you can actually

escape the black sea before you are locked in it and unable to escape from

the Kraken. If you choose to fight the Kraken, use the following techniques

to defeat it. When you see the tentacles of the Kraken rise, target them
one
by one. Use cannons and pistols to shoot it. You will defeat the Kraken
once
you have caused all of its tentacles to retreat back into the sea. One of

the most important things to remember when fighting the Kraken is that your

ship will probably take a lot of damage. Thus, you need to repair your ship

during the middle of the battle. Failing to do this will cause your ship to

fall victim to the undertow and you will eventually die. If you see a
Kraken
that has tentacles with a mouth attached to them, be extra careful. They
can
grab a hold of you or another player and deal damage. If this happens, an

ally needs to damage that tentacle as much as possible until you are free.

Make sure to prioritize the tentacles that are near your ship, as those are

the ones that are most threatening to you. Once you defeat the Kraken, you

will unlock the “Kraken Good Job” achievement. Additionally,
there will be
improvements made to the Kraken as the game is updated and chances are that

it will unlock other rewards.

Becoming a Pirate Legend:
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Written by CheatCC

To become a Pirate Legend, you must reach Level 50 in all three factions

(Merchants Alliance, Goldhoarders, and Order Of Souls). This requires a
ton of time to grind quests and voyages to reach Level 50 in all three

factions. After reaching Level 50 in all three factions, you will get a new

quest with a riddle. The quest is called “Shanty Of Legends”, and
the riddle
reads: “Through many voyages upon the sea, you searched to find the
legends
key. Now one last step to pass the tests, to find where Athena’s Fortune

rests. Take this tune and make a sound, the secret lies near the ground.”
You get a new sea shanty and legend outfit with this clue. Play the
shanty
in the tavern to open a secret path underground. The hatch leads to a new

faction hideout — the Legendary Pirate faction. Instead of normal quests,
the Legendary Pirate faction (who is also a spooky ghost) sends you on

Legendary voyages. Legendary voyages, so far, are simply eight basic
quests
strung together instead of three. The Legendary voyage essentially mashes

the three current voyages together into one single voyage. At the end,
you
will find a Legendary chest that contains approximately 4,000 gold.
Completing Legendary voyages will earn you reputation in the Legendary
Pirate
faction. The Legendary Pirate faction vendor currently only sells a ghost

costume. At the Ghost Shipwright, there is an option to purchase special

equipment, but that just gives you a message that states the legendary

content for ships is not yet complete, and no announcement has been made

when the faction will be updated.

How to Sword Lunge:
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Written by Banana Puree

-=Introduction=-
As a preface, this guide is not going to instantly make you a god among men
in
PVP situations. The power of the Sword Lunge in Sea of Thieves lies in its
mobility
it can provide against unsuspecting players, rather than the pure damage it
can do.
As a reminder, using this in direct combat is not a very good idea, it
should be
used to close gaps across when boarding ships, and jumping over gaps in
style. 99%
of the time it is easier and faster to sprint than to waste time performing
a
flashy dash that wastes time. Please learn to judge the usefulness of
gimmicks
compared to the standard core mechanics. That being said, its time to learn
a
thing or two about Sea of Thieves.

-=Section 1: What Is a Cutlass?=-
The Cutlass, more commonly called the sword by players is one of the 4
weapons
available to be used. It can be equipped on ships and outposts where a
weapon
locker can be found, and is open to customization from the numerous skins
available
in the game. Due to the nature of the Cutlass being a sword it does not
require ammo,
and is the most common weapon to be used by players because of its
reliability in
close quarters engagements, and the ineffectiveness of
“double-gun” in general play.

-=Section 2: What Should I Be Using the Sword Lunge for?=-
In general play, you won’t be using the Sword Lunge much. Let’s be real,
how often
are you really going to try to board a ship that is too far out to just hop
onto?
Well that was a joke. Because the real answer is very, very often. Sea of
Thieves
is a pirate game! You’re going to get chased by ships trying to steal your
loot,
or maybe you’re bold enough to try to board one yourself. So as a rule of
thumb,
use it when you are trying to enter close quarters combat, but you are at a
distance
and need to close the gap. Its also very useful to make it back to your ship
from
an island and don’t feel like swimming for a minute or two. Landing in
water after
Sword Dashing will give you a serious speed boost that is vital to learn
how to take
advantage of if you want to make it in this game. Some might say that its a
useless
 tool for saving those “few
precious seconds that you could live without”, but those
arguments fail to recognize that this is a game of speed. Every second you spend

without thought is one you should be cherishing. The Sword Lunge is going
to save
you the time needed to make split second decisions with less collateral to
your
crew. Picture this: your sloop is being chased by a galleon. You could try
to swim
out at a sluggish pace to anchor the galleon, or you could speed through
the water
allowing your teammate at the helm to be vulnerable for less time. So
basically,
use the Sword Lunge for saving those precious moments that are the
difference
between Pirate Legend and being another oblivious Xbox player.

-=Section 3: So How Do I Sword Lunge?=-
Ok, so you read through all of my mad ramblings (or just skipped to this
section)
because you wanted the meat of the article, I get it. So I may as well
teach you
the secrets of Sword Lunging:

Look at where you want to go.
Hold right click.
Click left click while still holding right click.
Press spacebar after you start moving forward.

Yeah, a bit anticlimactic I know. You expected more- some crazy combination
of
keys and mouse flicks that took years of practice and testing to perfect?
Yeah
well it took me about 5 minutes to learn to do consistently. But, if you do
feel
like styling on a solo sloop guarding his 2 Castaway Chests with everything
he
holds dear and near, yeah it looks cool. Make sure to take some time to
practice
this and where you can jump from.

-=Section 4: General Notes=-
* You cannot Sword Lunge while carrying an item.
* Sword lunges can be very predictable. If you are fighting someone worth
their salt,
  play smart.
* Once you start a Sword Lunge, you have commit to it. There is no
canceling your
  action.
* The Sword Lunge isn’t great for escapes, as it takes a moment before the
action
  starts.
* When boarding from the front of your ship after it has rammed the other
ship,
  jump off onto the other ship instead
of Sword Lunging. You will fly off into
  the water and look like an
idiot.
* Your mermaid will give you away if you want the element of surprise. The
enemy
  ship will know you are there if
they spot your mermaid.
* If you can, try to board the enemy ship on the opposite side of where you

  launched from relative to your
position compared to the enemy ship. They will
  expect you to board on their side
from where you launched from, and will
  likely be waiting for you.

-=Section 5: Closing Statements=-
It may sound cheezy, but practice really does make perfect. This game
balances itself
by allowing personal skill to overcome the skill and cooperation of a team.
This trick
can give you the edge needed to sink that pesky brig, or anchor that sloop
that you
can’t catch. You need to spend time learning how to Sword Dash effectively
and
consistently. Just reading this guide wont make you the unstoppable flying
swashbuckling,
wifecuckling pirate that we all fear will set their eyes on our ship. But,
hopefully,
with enough time and practice, it will help you overcome the challenges
posed by the
game and its players. That being said, have fun with your new trick.

Guide to Defeat Flameheart’s Ghost Fleet:
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Written by snipingsolo

-=Preparation=-
So to start of you will need to prepare as the ghost ships seem easy at
first can get
hard. As the round progress i recommend you get supply’s 77 cannonballs 45
planks and
a lot of food depending. If your doing this alone or with a crew i also
recommend you
do this on a sloop since it has more room to move around in and can steer
better
compared to a galleon or a brigantine. Its also better if the island the
ghost fleet
is at has cannon towers as you can use those towers to defeat the ghost
fleet.

-=Waves=-
I’m going to talk about waves now there are in total of 4 waves and get
harder as you
progress.

Round 1: this round starts of easy the first round will have normal ghost
ships that
take 3 cannonballs to defeat the only tip i have here is to avoid collision
because if
you collide with a ghost ship it will make 4 holes in your ship.

Round 2: this round starts of with 2 normal ships and a captain ship the
captain ship
takes 10 cannonballs to defeat i recommend you shoot the normal ships first
then the
captain ship the reason is captain ships drop a good amount of loot.

Round 3: this round is the same as round 1 do the same thing you did last
round and
use the tips i gave you to defeat them also i recommend you look out for
resource
creates in the water as they have more planks food and cannonballs if your
running
low.

Final round: this is the last round your facing this round will have 4
normal ships
and flameheart’s ship all you have to do is destroy falemheart’s ship and
the others
will vanish but doing so will result in less loot you receive so if you
want better
loot you should destroy the normal ones first then flameheart’s the tips i
should
give is from round 2 destroy the normal ones first then flameheart’s
ship.

Also destroying the burning blade will give you a significant amount of
loot a captain
skull of the damned and a cannonball create of the damned that has wrath
cannonballs
phantom cannonballs and flaming phantom cannonballs you can also get a
chest of the
damned

-=Rewards=-
The money you get from the event can depend on how much loot you can carry
and
destroyed the captain ships last and destroyed the burning blade
ship.

* Collecting treasure from only the burning blade no emissary will get you:
30,000 gold.
* Having a level 5 order of souls emissary and collected all of the
treasure will get 
  you: 100,000 gold.
* Having a level 5 reaper will get you even more.

-=Other Tips=-
* Don’t stand still move around to avoid be damaged by ghost ships.
* Avoid gunpowder barrels that the ghost ships drop as they do a lot of
damage to your
  ship.
* Have a emissary to get more money out of the event.


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