The Hunter's Call
|The Hunter's Call|
|“||The Sea Calls to All|
Lore[edit | edit source]
After The Hungering Deep, Merrick found new purpose with his wife Serik, and together they formed a company dedicated to fishing and hunting. The company is operated by 8 members of Merrick's family; they are self-sufficient, preferring the independence of seaposts over the civilized outposts.
NPCs[edit | edit source]
- Merrick - stationed at Stephen's Spoils in The Ancient Isles
- Serik - stationed at The North Star Seapost in The Shores of Plenty
- Derrick - stationed at The Finest Trading Post in The Ancient Isles
- Annick - stationed at Three Paces East Seapost in The Wilds
- Zharick - stationed at Brian's Bazaar in The Devil's Roar
- Emerick - stationed at The Wild Treasures Store in The Wilds
- Hendrick - stationed at The Spoils of Plenty Store in The Shores of Plenty
- Aifrick - stationed at Roaring Traders in The Devil's Roar
Reputation[edit | edit source]
Like the Reaper's Bones Trading Company in Adventure mode, the Hunter's Call does not offer voyages. Instead, reputation is mainly acquired by selling either Fish, Treacherous Plunder, Meat, or Mermaid Gems.
Meat and fish can be cooked on a Stove for increased gold and reputation. The rarest types of fish can fetch a price ten times that of regular varieties, and the larger Trophy versions of each fish, which are harder to catch and take longer to cook, will also fetch better reward prices and reputation.
Fish and Meat of all types, rarities, and cooking stages can be found in the barrels found in Shipwrecks and Barrels of Plenty, making them a valuable resource for Hunter's Call reputation and commendations.
The Hunter's Call Promotions are one of the leveling paths in Sea of Thieves. They are available when the player has reached a minimum The Hunter's Call level, which is unlocked by paying a certain amount of Gold.
New The Hunter's Call levels can be obtained by selling Fish, Meat or Treacherous loot. Unlike the other Companies, The Hunter's Call does not offer upgrades for two specific items on promotions, but offers different items from the Killer Whale set instead, including ship pieces.
|Rank||Promotion Name||Cost||Item Unlocked||Cost||Description|
|5||Fledgling Hunter||100||The Killer Whale Fishing Rod||700||As a Fledgling Hunter, you’ve proven that you can just about fend for yourself and maybe even tie your own bootlaces.|
|10||Acclimatized Hunter||200||The Killer Whale Tankard||700||As an Acclimatized Hunter, you know how to fish, hunt and cook, putting your days of banana dependency behind you.|
|15||Tempered Hunter||300||The Killer Whale Lantern||1,400||As a Tempered Hunter, you’ve impressed us. Now’s the time to start seeking out bigger prey, befitting your skills.|
|20||Weathered Hunter||400||The Killer Whale Flag||1,400||As a Weathered Hunter, you clearly know your Wreckers from your Islehoppers – and which one tastes best with mango.|
|25||Seasoned Hunter||500||The Killer Whale Hull||2,100||As a Seasoned Hunter, you’ve proven that you can kill and cook most of the creatures of the Sea of Thieves, sometimes without getting sick.|
|30||Rugged Hunter||600||The Killer Whale Sails||2,100||As a Rugged Hunter, you are one of our best cooks. Don’t be surprised if Merrick calls around for supper.|
|35||Toughened Hunter||700||The Killer Whale Capstan||2,800||As a Toughened Hunter, other members of The Hunter’s Call will look up to you and learn from your perfect fishing technique.|
|40||Hardened Hunter||800||The Killer Whale Wheel||2,800||As a Hardened Hunter, even a Kraken is fair game for your hunts – and for your dinner table.|
|45||Barnacled Hunter||900||The Killer Whale Cannon||3,500||As a Barnacled Hunter, you’ve made The Hunter’s Call proud with exquisite dishes fit for the Pirate Lord himself!|
|50||Master Hunter||1,000||The Killer Whale Figurehead||3,500||As a Master Hunter, you’re among the best that the Sea of Thieves has ever seen! When your stomach rumbles, nature trembles.|