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Island Types[edit | edit source]
Large Islands[edit | edit source]
Large Islands are significant landmasses with hills, caves, the ruins of old settlements.
Riddle Maps are exclusive to these islands due to the vast selection of unique landmarks found there.
Small Islands[edit | edit source]
Small Islands are smaller landmasses, islets that are not large enough to have the landmarks for Riddle Maps, however they can still hold a fair share of secrets, plenty of treasure, and even host fearsome Skeletons.
Uncharted & Other Islands[edit | edit source]
These islands are landmasses that do not appear on the ship's Map Table.
|n/a||K-9||The Shores of Plenty|
|n/a||N-13||The Wilds||Known for its coral reefs, Ancient underwater cave, and the Magpie's Wing shipwreck.|
|n/a||K-11||No associated region||Home to the Sea Dogs' tavern, The Glorious Sea Dog.|
|Old Sailor's Isle||n/a||n/a||Location for the Maiden Voyage found outside of The Devil's Shroud and as such not part of The Sea of Thieves.|
|Tribute Peak||n/a||The Devil's Shroud||Mysterious island hidden in The Devil's Shroud, found east of The Wilds. Also known as "The Shores of Gold".|
See also[edit | edit source]
Although the following are also technically Islands, they significantly differ from other Islands by function or features.
- Outposts: Central hubs to most of the Trading Companies, and Shops, each with their own Tavern.
- Seaposts: Small rocky Islands that are each home to a Trader and a Hunter's Call Representative and a small selection of Resource Barrels.
- Forts: While active, they are host to the Skeleton Fort world event, protected by fierce skeletons guarding their vault of loot. While inactive, they are quiet and offer ample supply of Resources and Gunpowder Barrels.