|Ferry of the Damned|
Sea of the Damned
A Pirate's Life
The Ferry of the Damned is a ghostly ship sailing in the Sea of the Damned in Sea of Thieves. The Ship is the place where Player Pirates arrive after death. It is sailed by the mysterious Ferryman, who allows Pirates passage back to the Sea of Thieves.
Every time a Player Pirate dies in Adventure Mode while not already in the Sea of the Damned, they are sent to the Ferry of the Damned. Dying players can be Revived, although if no one is around, they can choose to be sent to the Ferryman early. In the Ferry of the Damned, Players become ghosts and can interact with the ghosts of other Players who have died. After twenty-five seconds, the door of the Ferry opens and Players can return back to their Ship. Players respawn with full Health and Ammo, along with all of their previously gathered Resource Items.
The Ferry of the Damned sports a ghostly, foggy appearance with mostly blue and black colors. The ship resembles a heavily damaged Galleon, with broken masts, a damaged wheel, floating sails, a chained-off capstan, and splintered or destroyed wood. The lower decks are not accessible outside of A Pirate's Life (Quest) and dense fog blocks players from viewing the greater Sea of the Damned. The ferry is primarily lit by ghostly fog and a few out-of-place candles. All exits from the ship are blocked by invisible walls.
Well of Fates
The Well of Fates, located in between the main masts, is the main source for obtaining the Flames of Fate. Players can use their Lantern to interact with the Well of Fates to take a Flame, provided that their death met their requirements.
The Well of Fates is also known to cover the stairs leading down to the Ferry's lower decks.
The Ferryman and Tall Tales
Players can talk to the Ferryman, but should not expect him to be much of a conversationalist. Crews can vote on the seventh Tale Book in the Shores of Gold Story Arc, The Fate of the Morningstar, by the Ferryman.
Message From Beyond
Legends of the Sea
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The Fate of the Morningstar
The Fate of the Morningstar Tall Tale can be initiated by interacting with a Tall Tale book left of the Ferryman. During the Tale, three crew members of the Morningstar can be interacted with on the deck of the Ferry.
A Pirate's Life
During the A Pirate's Life Tall Tale, players must board the Ferry via Rowboat in order to free an imprisoned Jack Sparrow from the ship's brig. This makes the lower decks of the Ferry accessible, Food and Cannonball Barrels as well as a well-populated brig can be found. The Tall Tale also allows players to interact with the Ferry's Cannons, which are used to fend off Davy Jones' ship, the Flying Dutchman. Players must also fight multiple waves of Ocean Crawlers on the deck of the ship.
- The Ferry appears to be missing three of it's eight Cannons when visited on death.
- The Cannons of the Ferry match the Ghost Cannon skin.
- The Ferry of the Damned visited during A Pirate's Life (Quest) has a number of differences from the Ferry visited upon death:
- The Tall Tale Ferry has the 3 cannons missing from the regular version.
- The grates on the deck of the Ferry, which are usually obstructed by ghostly hands and a bright glow, can be seen through clearly.
- An Ammo Chest appears right of the mainmast, opposite to the Armoury.
- Both the Message from Beyond and Legends of the Sea easter egg are missing.
- The raised stern deck is blocked from players by a wall of ghostly fog.
- Various minor decorations, such as chains hanging over the ship's cannons, are absent.