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Larinna
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Details
Type NPC
Location Taverns
Company Bilge Rats icon.png Bilge Rats
Related Black Market
Voice Actor Lisa Caruccio Came

Larinna is the NPC liaison, and leader, of the adventurous Bilge Rats. She is found standing in front of every Outpost Tavern offering Voyages and running the Black Market.

Lore[]

Larinna is tall and wiry, adept at intimidation and getting what she wants with words alone. She is an expert swindler and good in a fight to boot, making an ideal pirate.

Larinna made it into The Sea of Thieves hiding as a stowaway on a Ship, determined to make her own fortune in the mythical Sea of Thieves. She desired nothing more than to find Uncharted Islands and sail on seas without maps, finding and exploring locations for the first time her own self. By the time she made it to the Sea of Thieves, however, she was disappointed to find that many islands had already been charted and that there were Outposts mimicking the life of the outside world. She disliked Trading Companies for being worse than pirates, because they want to own the sea and not allow single pirates to take what they claim theirs.

Current Dialogue[]

At the start of Season Four (2.3.0):

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On the hunt for an adventure? It might be worth your while to get your feet wet.

 
Why would I get my feet wet?

You haven't hear? There's a whole Sunken Kingdom down on the sea bed, just waiting to be plundered by ambitious crews.
In fact, I've even heard tell of a very valuable and dangerous secret hidden somewhere deep below the waves...
It's the kind of information I'd only share with a pirate who could prove they knew their way around Siren structures.
Once you've spent some time exploring the Siren Shrines and learned the truth about what's lying in wait, come back and see me.
I'll sell you a Voyage that'll lead you to something extraordinary... but don't blame me if you don't make it back to dry land!

Can you give me directions?

Well, you've already found the tavern! All the other shops are dotted around the Outpost.
As for the Trading Companies... at the green tent, you'll find a representative of the Gold Hoarders.
The Order of Souls have a pavilion located beneath the Pirate Emporium - look for the purple walls.
The stall of the Merchant Alliance, as you might expect, can be found down at the docks near your ship.
You won't find The Reaper's Bones here in person, but aspiring Emissaries can use a table hidden nearby...

Sounds like the seas are pretty dangerous lately...

Not like the old days when we only had to worry about Krakens, Megalodons and fleets of the undead, you mean?
You're right, though. Since the Companies started accepting their Gems, the Sirens have been more and more active.
New parts of their Sunken Kingdom seem to be appearing every day. It's as if they're waking up from a long sleep...
Some of the more inquisitive types have started investigating the Sirens' Shrines trying to learn more about them.
All I know is, they've got a lot of valuable treasure stashed away down there. That's reason enough to go for a swim!

Previous Dialogue[]

During Season Three (2.2.1):

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Looking for direction? Or perhaps danger, excitement and riches? Either way, you’re talking to the right Bilge Rat…

 
Did you just call yourself a ‘Bilge Rat’?

Correct. It’s a title reserved for pirates who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty in the name of fun, adventure and plunder!
If there’s something new on the seas, you can bet we’ll be making some kind of contest or celebration out of it.
Sometimes, even the Trading Companies stifle their pride long enough to come and ask us for help.
I also offer a few special Voyages from days gone by that lead to obscure relics from older Events, like Ashen Tomes.
Tell you what - next time something exciting happens, I’ll slip you a note so that you don’t miss out…

Directions would be very useful…

Well, you’ve already found the tavern! All the other shops are dotted around the Outpost.
As for the Trading Companies… at the green tent, you’ll find a representative of the Gold Hoarders.
The Order of Souls have a pavilion located beneath the Pirate Emporium - look for the purple walls.
The stall of the Merchant Alliance, as you might expect, can be found down at the docks near your ship.
You won’t find The Reaper’s Bones here in person, but aspiring Emissaries can use a table hidden nearby…

I like the sound of riches! — (During Jewels of the Deep)

Who doesn't? That's why I've rustled up a new Bilge Rat Event to help protect pirates from undersea threats.
We're recruiting anyone who's eager to scrap with Sirens, or their Ocean Crawler friends, and bring back their precious gems.
Defeat them and you'll earn the Bilge Rats' Favour, which means rewards! If you really want to impress us, try using a Trident…
Oh, and the Trading Companies are very interested to know what power lies within those stones, it seems.
Depending on who you deal with, you might find Siren and Mermaid Gems are worth more gold and reputation than usual!

I like the sound of riches! — (Prelude to Jewels of the Deep)

Who doesn’t? I’m currently working on a new Bilge Rat Event that’ll help pirates out there on the seas.
With all these new threats lurking below the waves, it’s high time we pirates showed them who’s boss.
We’ll be recruiting anyone who’s itching to scrap with a few Sirens, or their clam-headed cronies, the Ocean Crawlers.
In the meantime, you might want to practise your sharp-shooting. See if you can’t find yourself a Trident…

During Season Three:

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Greetings, pirate! If you're new to the Sea of Thieves, you've come to the right Bilge Rat…

 
You sound like you're expecting a lot of new pirates…

Correct! The seas are changing, and that always seems to bring a lot of fresh faces stumbling out of the tavern.
I normally tell them to take their time, scout around the Outpost for supplies and speak with the shopkeepers.
If it's gold they're after, I'll point them to the nearest Gold Hoarder, Merchant Alliance or Order of Souls liaison to collect a Voyage.
Once they've picked one, I send them to their ship to vote on the Voyage at their Captain's Table, and they're off.
Of course, some prefer to race straight down to their ship and set sail into the unknown. That always puts a smile on my face!

What is there to do around here?

The Outposts are just the starting point for your adventures - the real action's out there, on the waves!
You could visit on the the various Trading Company liaisons and pick up a Voyage to earn yourself some gold.
Talking wtih the locals, especially if they're in possession of any interesting journals, is bound to send you off on a grand adventure!
If you fancy your skill with a stove, you could track down some animals and serve up a meal to the Hunter's Call out at a Seapost.
Failing that, just go exploring! You might find buried treasure, a message in a bottle or something far more unusual lying in wait…

Tell me about the Bilge Rat Event!

With all the new arrivals, I thought it might be best if pirates old and new learn to band together to face the dangers out there.
Tackle Ghost Ship fleets, Ashen Lords, Megalodons, that sort of thing, and you'll earn the Bilge Rats' Favour for doing so.
You'll earn even more Favour if you use your ship's Flag Box to form an Alliance with another crew and fight side-by-side.
I'm offering some special rewards to pirates who earn enough Favour, so keep an eye out for friendly flags.
There'll be a prize for leaving your treasure on another crew's ship, too. You'll probably want to get permission to board, though…
Oh, and here's the twist - if another crew sells enough of your loot during the Event, you'll still get gold! This should be interesting…

During Season Two:

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Greetings, pirate! Are you sailing as an Emissary today? If you're not flying a Flag, you'll be missing out on some fine rewards...

 
Emissaries? Rewards?! Tell me more!

Emissaries are pirates who've earned so much reputation with a Trading Company, they can purchase an Emissary Licence and set sail on that Company's behalf.
If Emissaries complete tasks that benefit the Company, their Emissary Grade increases, and so does the amount of gold they get for handing over valuable items.
The Companies are offering new ways to decorate your ship each Season if you place highly in their monthly ledgers, too. A fun way to show off your hard work!
On top of that, the Merchant Alliance are offering their Emissaries a chance to use Merchant Trade Routes to make a tidy profit from goods they transport.
Of course, any pirate can go and see the Merchants to buy some everyday resources for their ship. All in all, I'd say business is booming around here!

What about The Reaper's Bones?

Ha, well, The Reaper's Bones despise the Trading Companies, so I'm sure they won't be thrilled if more pirates start sailing as Emissaries.
(Season Start) I hear they pay handsomely for any broken Emissary Flags you, ah, 'find' on your travels. Ones from sunken Emissary ships, if you know what I mean.
Merely sinking an Emissary doesn't mean a thing - you've got to get their broken Flag to The Reaper's Hideout if you want any recognition for your misdeeds.
It wouldn't surprise me if the Reapers start offering a few incentives of their own to level the playing field, but who knows? They're a secretive bunch...
(2.1.1) Right now, they're targeting Order of Souls Emissaries, offering even greater compensation than usual for their broken Emissary Flags.
The Order of Souls aren't taking this lightly. They're offering their own Emissaries increased rewards for as long as they're in the Reapers' sights.
It's the perfect chance for the Bilge Rats to have some fun, so I'm making the deal even sweeter with an Event of my own devising.
Sail as an Order of Souls Emissary, represent their appearance and fight Flameheart while the Event is underway, and you'll earn some premium plunder.
Alternatively, hand The Reapers' Bones enough Broken Emissary Flags, and I'll make sure you receive a little commemoration of the chaos once the Event is over.

What else is new on the seas?

Hmm, well, remember when the Gold Hoarders were having their Treasure Vaults looted? I think I know where some of the plunder wound up.
I've been hearing rumours of Skeleton Forts that are incredibly well-guarded by their strongest warriors, but have a huge haul inside of them.
I've taken to calling them Forts of Fortune, and they're easy enough to spot - the giant, red-eyed skull cloud is a bit of a giveaway. But they won't be easy...
You might want to think carefully about the tools and supplies you take with you. Chests of Rage, Ashen Winds Skulls... they could save your skin out there!

During Vault Raiders:

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Greetings, pirate! Is this just a casual visit, or are you here to raid some Gold Hoarder Treasure Vaults?

 
What's happening with the Gold Hoarders?

They're being burgled, believe it or not! Someone has been breaking into Treasure Vaults and making off with the Hoarders', er... hoard.
Whoever it is seems particularly interested in the Chests of Ancient Tributes hidden inside. It's almost like they're searching for something...
Nothing upsets a Gold Hoarder more than losing money, so they're especially eager that pirates recover their treasures, safe and sound.
They're even offering special rewards to pirates who'll accept their Voyages and can bring home particularly precious loot.
If you can earn enough of their favour, the Gold Hoarders will even part with a few of their fancier weapons...

Tell me about these Treasure Vaults...

Oh, you haven't heard? They're Ancient catacombs where the Gold Hoarders like to store infuriatingly large piles of treasure.
You need a key to get inside, and those aren't easy to come by unless you possess a Golden Wayfinder. I just so happen to have some.
If you'd like to see a Vault for yourself, I've got a Voyage for sale in the Black Market that'll lead you to Devil's Ridge.
Of course, you might bump into some other crews on the same Voyage as you, but that just adds a bit of Bilge Rat spice to your day.
Hmm, and I should probably warn you - it's not safe to linger in a Vault for too long. Not unless you're a Splashtail...

You don't like the Gold Hoarders?

I never said that, but their leader and I had a falling-out when I first arrived. Well, he did most of the falling.
I've learned it's wisest not to judge a pirate too harshly by who their friends are. People are complicated.
I'm sure the time will come when we'll need to work together to protect this place, regardless of which flag we fly.
Heh, or maybe I've just been standing out here too long overthinking things. It might be time for a grog!

In the week before Vault Raiders:

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Greetings, pirate! Is this just a casual visit, or are you here to part with some of your Doubloons?

 
What's happening with the Gold Hoarders?

They're being burgled, believe it or not! Someone has been breaking into Treasure Vaults and making off with the Hoarders', er... hoards.
Whoever it is seems particularly interested in the Chests of Ancient Tributes hidden inside. It's almost like they're searching for something...
Nothing upsets a Gold Hoarder more than losing money. Or maybe they're just wondering which valuable trinket they failed to notice...

What are Doubloons? I want them!

Bilge Rat Doubloons, to be precise. Awarded for great feats of cunning, strength or anything unreasonably dangerous.
If you have enough, I'll write a Letter of Recommendation to the Trading Companies that'll boost your reputation for sure.
Or you could exchange them for Voyages that'll lead you to less common treasures. Useful if you're seeking Commendations.
Of course, you could always barter Doubloons for plain old gold coins if your pockets are light... but where would be the fun in that?

Any adventuring advice, Larinna?

There's a great big ocean out there just waiting to be plundered. It all depends on what kind of a pirate you are.
You could speak with the Trading Companies to take on a Voyage. That'd earn you some gold and boost your reputation around the Outposts.
Or if you spy a strange cloud on the horizon, it's a sure sign that something's happening out there in the world. Investigating could prove profitable...
Of course, as the leader of the Bilge Rats, it's my job to dream up new diversions. When we have our next event planned, I'll be sure to let you know!

During the Festival of Fishing:

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(Weeks 1 & 2) You look a little peckish, pirate. Why not take part in our new Festival of Fishing? Your stomach will thank you...
(Week 3) Hey! There's still time to take part in our Festival of Fishing if you haven't already. Go on, grab a fishing rod and relax for a while...

 
There's a Festival about... fishing?

Don't start... Merrick's whole family came to see me recently. They were upset that The Hunter's Call were being left out of Bilge Rat activities.
I tried to explain that it takes more than a pile of Plentifins to deal with Ghost Ships and skeleton curses, but they wouldn't stop complaining!
After an hour of being surrounded by people who reek of bad meat, I agreed to organise a fishing event, as long as they went far, far away.
Still, it's a relaxing way to earn some special rewards. Who knows, it may even teach pirates there's more to a balanced diet than bananas...

A Festival? What's in it for me?

Spoken like a true mercenary! Well, for one thing, The Hunter's Call will buy you any fish you catch. They're worth more gold when cooked well.
Since this is a Festival, I've also arranged some fish-focused rewards for people who complete certain challenges while the event is underway.
Of course, some might say that mastering a craft is its own reward... I mean, I wouldn't, but people have strange opinions sometimes.

How do I take part?

Fishing's supposed to be relaxing, so the rules are pretty loose. You'll be finding bait, catching different fish and delivering them to Seaposts.
(Week 1) This week I'm sending pirates to find elusive Wreckers around sunken ships, and Plentifins in The Shores of... well, Plenty. Nothing too taxing.
(Week 2) This week you'll need to brave rough weather to locate Stormfish, or head to The Ancient Isles to track down Ancientscales to catch.
(Week 3) I'm raising the stakes by sending pirates into combat to find Battlegills, not to mention into The Devil's Roar in search of spicy Devilfish!
I also have Voyages to offer that'll guide you to the Hunter's Call. They'll have you fishing like an expert in no time.

At the start of Season One:

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A new year brings new adventures and a healthy dose of danger! If that's what you're seeking, you've come to the right pirate.

 
Tell me about these new adventures!

Of course, and who better than the Bilge Rats to provide them? Although I must admit I wasn't expecting excitement from a bunch of stuffy Merchants...
Their Chief Trader came to see me - it seems that a great number of their cargo shipments have been lost to the deep of late, even with pirates protecting them.
I'm not about to lose any sleep over a few soggy silk crates, but the fact that these would-be Merchants haven't been seen since their ships went down is...concerning.
Of course, Mollie cares more about the cargo than the crews. She wants pirates to be her bloodhounds, sniffing out any missing Manifests and returning them.
She's promised to pay handsomely, but if you ask me, the real treasure is whatever treasure's still aboard those wrecks. Assuming you can find a way to reach the good stuff.

What was all that about danger?

Well, something or someone is responsible for more missing crews - only now, it's the pirates who were acting as cargo runners for the Merchant Alliance.
I doubt it's Graymarrow's minions this time, not after we gave them such a good beating during the Festival of the Damned! But if not...
Anyway, I hear that even the Order of Souls have taken an interest in the disappearances. Who knows? They may step outside for once and get involved.
If anything happens that needs a pirate presence, I'll be sure to slip you a note. Until then, keep your wits about you, just like always.

Do you have a crew of your own?

Heh, maybe it's arrogant of me, but I like to think of every Bilge Rat as a crewmate! In spirit, at least.
Truth be told, I came to the Sea of Thieves by myself as a stowaway, then I crewed up with a bunch of misfits - and the rest is history.
That reminds me... rumour has it that some silky-voiced pirate back home has been telling everyone my life story! I should look into that...

During Festival of Giving (2020):

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There you are! Guess who found Duke's stash of special Voyages? I may be willing to share them with the right pirates... this is the time of giving after all!

 
What else do the Bilge Rats have planned?

Well, this time of year is a celebration we like to call the 'Festival of Giving.' Even among pirates, a little generosity once in a while can't hurt.
Last year was a bit of an embarrassment for us, given that Duke's replacement ended up delivering gifts straight to the doorstep of a very shady individual...
To make up for that, I've arranged a dozen special Challenges with some very nice rewards. It's my way of thanking pirates for sticking by the Bilge Rats!
You'll have until the festival is over to complete them, so there'll be plenty of time to kick back in the tavern and have some fun. I know I intend to!

So how is Duke, really?

The thing is, Duke believes in this life more than anyone. The freedom of these seas and the thrill of the pirate life are what he lives for!
But, he lacks discipline... he'd as soon unleash a seabound soul as offer a stash of Reaper's Chests if it meant a new story to share over a grog or three!
The thing that Duke needs to learn is that we all need to believe in something... we all need something to hold true to.
Duke has gone on too long holding on to the promise of sharing stories and not belonging. It's time he found an adventure he could truly believe in.
He'll be fine! Some more time with his feet in the sand and a clear view of the horizon will set his course...
Remember - people can always surprise you! These seas could still make Duke the pirate he was always meant to be!

What's all this about 'special voyages'?

Well, you know Duke! He had a habit of plotting his schemes as he looked for the next great adventure to offer his daring followers.
Turns out he'd stashed Gilded Gifts, as well as maps that lead to hidden caches of black powder and who knows what else?
Now, he doesn't know that I'm offering you his old Voyages, but I have a feeling he either won't know or won't mind!
He... well, let's just say that Duke has been through some trials - he's seen a lot. None of it too helpful to the fate of these seas.
I'd give him time if I were you. He'll find his next calling to adventure when he's ready. For now, let the Lagoon of Whispers clear his mind!

During Fate of the Damned Final Week:

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Let's keep this short. We've almost got those damned skellies beaten, and I don't want to get distracted!

 
What about the Festival of the Damned?

Oh, we're celebrating, just like always! It takes more than the threat of impending doom to keep pirates away from a good time.
When I first arrived here, I must admit I found it strange to hold a festival in honour of the Ferryman. He's not exactly a party animal!
Still, if pirates want to throw themselves down a shark's gullet for the sake of a nicely-coloured lantern, who am I to judge?
We're offering rewards for anyone who can complete our Festival Challenges, so you'll probably see ships and beacons burning all kinds of bright.
Duke used to call them 'party boats' - but then, he would, wouldn't he? If you're feeling brave, you could try asking the Ferryman about them...

You seem a little preoccupied...

You're a sharp one... We've been waging a month-long war against skellies who've been wreaking havoc across the Sea of Thieves.
They've gotten it into their skulls to try and summon the ghost of Graymarrow and pit him against Flameheart! Idiots, the lot of them.
As if that weren't bad enough, their half-baked attempts at the ritual have caused an ocean-wide plague - Shadows of Fate.
They're cropping up all over the map, so watch yourself out there. Your weapons won't even land a blow if you don't know what you're doing.
I've lost a lot of loyal Bilge Rats, but the tide finally seems to be turning. We have to push on and recover every last Ritual Skull!

If there's a fight, count me in!

That's the spirit! There are Voyages for sale in the Black Market that'll set you on the hunt for the skellies and a ritual site.
If you ask around, you'll likely discover traces of the unfortunate Bilge Rats who went to stop the rituals... and met Graymarrow.
You'll also need to watch out for Shadows of Fate, as they can only be made vulnerable by flames brought back from the Ferry.
I'm not saying it won't be dangerous, but if we all pull together we can strike one last blow and put a stop to the skellies for good.
I'd love to be out there in person, but there's simply too much to organise. Oh, well. Complaining doesn't help smash skulls...


During Fate of the Damned Third Week:

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If you're on the hunt for shadow skellies, you're just in time! I've a fresh stash of Voyages now that we know who's behind it all...

 
What about the Festival of the Damned?

Oh, we're celebrating, just like always! It takes more than the threat of impending doom to keep pirates away from a good time.
When I first arrived here, I must admit I found it strange to hold a festival in honour of the Ferryman. He's not exactly a party animal!
Still, if pirates want to throw themselves down a shark's gullet for the sake of a nicely-coloured lantern, who am I to judge?
We're offering rewards for anyone who can complete our Festival Challenges, so you'll probably see ships and beacons burning all kinds of bright.
Duke used to call them 'party boats' - but then, he would, wouldn't he? If you're feeling brave, you could try asking the Ferryman about them...

Someone's up to no good?

Not just any someone, but a Skeleton Lord named Graymarrow - or what's left of him.
I thought he'd been destroyed, though a few pirates swore they'd encountered his ghost while poking around the Fort of the Damned.
Now some skellies are trying to bring him back from the dead! Well, even more dead. Ghost skeletons make my head hurt.
At least now I know what happened to my Bilge Rats. Graymarrow has a nasty habit of binding his enemies' souls to cursed objects.
Once this is over, I'll be having a little chat with that Pendragon fellow about putting those poor crews to rest...

You mentioned a skeleton hunt...

Needs must, I'm afraid. As skellies have been messing about with Dark Relics, they've been opening fissures to the Sea of the Damned.
They don't last for long, but it's more than enough time for Shadows of Fate to escape and start roaming the islands.
They're a real menace if you're not prepared for them, so I've been recruiting pirates to hunt them down and do what they do best.
This week, most of the sightings have occurred in the Devil's Roar. I suppose the skellies think we won't follow them there. Hah!
I've added free Voyages to the Black Market and will pay for recovered Ritual Skulls. Hopefully that'll be enough incentive to help.

During Fate of the Damned Second Week:

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Ah, good timing! You must be here to help with our skelly situation... Or did you just come here to browse the Black Market?

 
What about the Festival of the Damned?

Oh, we're celebrating, just like always! It takes more than the threat of impending doom to keep pirates away from a good time.
When I first arrived here, I must admit I found it strange to hold a festival in honour of the Ferryman. He's not exactly a party animal!
Still, if pirates want to throw themselves down a shark's gullet for the sake of a nicely-coloured lantern, who am I to judge?
We're offering rewards for anyone who can complete our Festival Challenges, so you'll probably see ships and beacons burning all kinds of bright.
Duke used to call them 'party boats' - but then, he would, wouldn't he? If you're feeling brave, you could try asking the Ferryman about them...

What's this about skeletons?

Ugh. If you must know, you're not the first person I've told about this. Duke had a bad habit of shoving others headlong into danger.
That's why I already sent crews of Bilge Rats to learn the truth of the matter and document anything they discovered, see if it was worth our time.
I thought I was being cautious. Trouble is, my crews never came back from their Voyages! At this rate, I'm going to run out of recruits...
I'm hoping that anyone brave enough to accept a Voyage from me will learn not just about the skellies, but also the fate of my people.

The Bilge Rats need my help?

Let's just say we wouldn't say no to anyone who's willing to follow in our footsteps and maybe stomp a few skulls along the way.
Bilge Rats are tough, but I've already lost several crews to whatever's out there. Crews who should be back from the Ferry by now...
Still, that's for me to worry about. If you do decide to help, though, I'd love to get more information about what exactly happened to my people.
I've heard one or two accounts of strange ritual sites and scattered relics. If you find any proof of that, bring it to me for a reward!
Well, I've said all I know. Whether you decide to help or not, watch your back out in the Ancient Isles. You might not be alone...

During Fate of the Damned First Week:

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Greetings, pirate! Looking to part with your doubloons? Or can I tempt you into something more exciting than a shopping spree?

 
What about the Festival of the Damned?

Oh, we're celebrating, just like always! It takes more than the threat of impending doom to keep pirates away from a good time.
When I first arrived here, I must admit I found it strange to hold a festival in honour of the Ferryman. He's not exactly a party animal!
Still, if pirates want to throw themselves down a shark's gullet for the sake of a nicely-coloured lantern, who am I to judge?
We're offering rewards for anyone who can complete our Festival Challenges, so you'll probably see ships and beacons burning all kinds of bright.
Duke used to call them 'party boats' - but then, he would, wouldn't he? If you're feeling brave, you could try asking the Ferryman about them...

I like the sound of 'exciting'!

Who doesn't? I'm trying to solve a mystery right now, and you might be able to help if you've a ship and a nose for trouble.
A while back, I started hearing rumours that pirates had spotted Shadows of Fate, lurking on islands in the Shores of Plenty and the Wilds.
Oh, sorry - that's Duke's name for them. I'm talking about those shadowy skellies that are a little more... colourful than usual.

You're being pretty secretive...

We know very little about them, but they mostly seem to appear when pirates launch a raid upon the Fort of the Damned.
They're pretty dangerous, so if they really are spreading across the sea, we need to find out why. Oh, and destroy them all. Obviously.
If you'd like to join our investigation, I'm offering Voyages in the Black Market. Free to anyone who thinks they can help!

During Vaults of the Ancients:

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Hey, share a grog with me! I'm Larinna, founder of the Bilge Rats. I've got Black Market deals for you and Voyages to launch your next adventure.

 
You're the founder of the Bilge Rats?

Yep, it was all my fault! I took a bunch of lost merchants and sailors and taught them the truth of the pirate life... to love your freedom!
It's not about Trading Companies or getting rich or even becoming a Legend, if you ask me. It's about being in the moment.
So I ended up founding the Bilge Rats, a place for any pirate misfit who just wants to follow their nose and get into scrapes and adventures.
We don't have a leader. But if we did, it would be me.

Wait, what happened to Duke?

Ah, Duke was always the most friendly face in the Bilge Rats and never far from the tavern, but he got a little complacent.
He made some mistakes... his Voyages started to get a little stale, don't you think? Too much time in here instead of out there!
I think the Trading Companies rubbed off on him too much. This Black Market business reminds me of them. Some amazing stock, though...
We talked it over and he left to stay with his friend Umbra. Leaving me stuck here instead... huh.

Will you still sell Black Market goods?

Yes, I promised Duke I would. I'll admit, I like making coin right under the Trading Companies' noses... let's call it the 'Bilge Rat grog fund'!
Maybe I've been gone too long. It's time to put some thought into how the Bilge Rats will move with the times.
It's nice to be nearby to Athena's Fortune, though. I love popping in for a visit and rejecting the Pirate Lord's offers to become a Legend.
I may be the first person to give a ghost a headache.

Patch history[]

2.0.18
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