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Type NPC
Location Sanctuary Outpost

Tracy is a tavernkeep at The George & Kraken tavern on Sanctuary Outpost.

Tracy comes from a family of tavernkeeps, and even claims that her own great great grandmother opened the very first tavern, "Traveller's Rest". Tracy aims to keep The George & Kraken lively with event nights and fantastic tales.


During Revenge of the Morningstar

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Hey there pirate. You can call me Tracy, just let me know whenever you want anything.

How long have you been at The George and Kraken, Tracy?

Since I was old enough to reach the tap on the grog barrel.
Tavern keeping is a family tradition, my great great grandmother opened the very first one, called the 'Traveller's Rest'.
It burnt down on the opening night after a flaming cutlass juggling contest.
A great night, by all accounts.

It's a bit quiet in here, when does it get busy?

Well, there's usually quite a few in when it's chicken swapping night.
Or you could drop in for the weekly stolen goods auction?
The quiz is popular, although everyone cheats of course.
But liveliest of all is the Old Age Pirates lunch, they just love a good fight after a few grogs. Bless them.

Tell me a few tales of what you've seen in your tavern.

Let me see...
There was that time when William One Arm thought it was a good idea to bring a shark in.
Or when the Merchants came in with a shipment of these weird-looking smoking pipes.
Though my favourite was when Three Sheets Neate forgot to drop anchor and crashed his ship through the wall.
Wouldn't swap this job for anything!


Initiating conversation

• Ready when you are.
• Take your time. No hurry.
• What will it be?

Ending conversation

• No problem.
• See you some other time.
• Take it easy.

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Hey there pirate. You can call me Tracy, just let me know whenever you want anything.

You know who I am?

Ha, well the uniform’s a bit of a giveaway. Eli always did like his crew dressed up smartly.
Your ship’s famous in these parts. One of the first to reach the Sea of Thieves, wasn’t she?
It’s a proud history. Of course, a famous pirate is always going to attract trouble. Some skellies actually came looking for you!
It’s lucky Duke was here! He saw them off with the business end of a blunderbuss before they could start any trouble.

Captain Slate sends his regards.

And his coin! Don’t worry, I’ve been asking all about Graymarrow and his skellies on Eli’s behalf.
Rumour has it, they’re after a gorgeous crystal skull buried out on an island somewhere.
I don’t know what they plan to do with it, but if you want to find Graymarrow, I’d start by tracking down his gang.
I have it on good authority they’re digging out at Cannon Cove, and people know better than to lie to me!

Where can I find Jaspar?

Oh, Jaspar... what a silly little man. Yes, he was the one who ratted out you and your crew to Graymarrow.
We don’t take kindly to that sort of thing around here, so a bunch of pirates ‘persuaded’ him to leave the outpost.
I wouldn’t waste your time searching for him, though. He’ll have gone to ground now that the damage is done!
If you ask me, the only way to sort this mess out is to stop Graymarrow once and for all.
Tyler in the Trinket shop can give you more info on that… if you can decipher what he’s saying.


  • The pirate referenced in her dialogue, Three Sheets Neate, is referenced in several places in-game. It's a reference to Joe Neate, Executive Producer for Sea of Thieves.

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