Great Ocean Expansion
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Great Ocean Expansion

Jul 22 Tansie  
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Introduction



The update brings various new content, as well as brand new T2 and T3 ships and completely reworks the way that ships work. Crew members can now be assigned to your ship and can be used to perform actions at islands, such as searching for resources or pillaging loot. A new Barter system has also been put in place which allows you to trade items you find for other materials that are used to craft the new ships and new ship gear. A new currency called “Crow Coins” have been implemented as well and a new island where special loot can be found. Finally, a new guild boss “Kahn” has been added which must be defeated with cannons and can drop the “Kahn’s Heart” which is an alternative to Vell’s Heart.

More details including all crafting materials and stats can be found below!

I also recommend checking out our Bartering guide for a full guide on the bartering system and how to obtain the new Caravel ship.



New Ships

Cog

The Cog ship is a new “fishing boat” and can be crafted at the shipyard in Port Epheria (Shipyard 3-5, 2F). You are also rewarded with a free Cog ship when you complete the main sailing quest. The ship has the Breezy Sail skill by default but CANNOT be repaired as well as having low HP. The ship does not have any cabins and therefore cannot hold any crew members.

Cog ship stats
Durability 55,100
Lifespan 150,000
Max Weight Limit 1,080LT
Speed 135%
Accel 135%
Turn 115%
Brake 115%
Inventory Slots 1



There are 2 variants of the Cog that you can craft and each requires diferent materials, however the ships have exactly the same stats. Below are the materials required to craft them:

Epheria Speed Boat
Materials needed How to obtain
iconShip Building Permit: Epheria Cog x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 7 million silver
iconStandardized Timber Square x25 processing (L) > Chopping
Usable Scantling x10
iconZinc Ingot x50 processing (L) > Heating
Melted Zinc Shard x10
iconFlax Fabric x60 processing (L) > Grinding
Flax Thread x10
iconPalm Plywood x50 processing (L) > Chopping
Palm Plank x10
Epheria Speed Boat
(Relic of the fallen Pirates)
Materials needed How to obtain
iconIsland the Tree Coated Plywood x100 obtain x100 by swapping a tier 2 trade item (Bartering)
iconRock Salt Ingot x100

obtain x100 by swapping a tier 2 trade item (Bartering)
iconSeaweed Stalk x1 low chance of obtaining at the Eye of Oquilua island or purchase for 600 Crow Coins
iconTide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x2 dropped from ghost ship sea monsters




Bartali Sailboat


The Bartali Sailboat is a cheap ship that can be bought in Velia for 10 million silver. The ship is similar to the Old Bartali Sailboat but CAN be repaired. You can also purchase equipment for this ship from Philaberto Falasi at Port Epheria and enhance them like other ship equipment. This ship CANNOT use ship skills.

Bartali Sailboat stats
Durability 700,000
Rations 1,000
Max Weight Limit 2,000LT
Speed 80%
Accel 80%
Turn 80%
Brake 80%
Inventory Slots 3
Cabins 10
Cannons 2 (1 per side)
player mountable
like the Epheria Sailboat/Frigate


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You can also upgrade the Bartali Sailboat to an Epheria Sailboat/Frigate using the materials below:
Upgrading to the Epheria Sailboat
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Prow x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 8 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Plating x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 9 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Cannon x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 8 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Sail x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 7 million silver then enhance
iconStandardized Timber Square x800 processing (L) > Chopping
Usable Scantling x10
iconHard Pillar x100 processing (L) > Heating
Plywood Hardener x10 and Log x10
iconShip Upgrade Permit: Epheria Sailboat x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 100 million silver
iconSteel x600 processing (L) > Heating
Melted Iron Shard x5 and Coal x5
iconPine Plywood x1500 processing (L) > Chopping
Pine Plank x10
iconFlax Fabric x300 processing (L) > Grinding
Flax Thread x10
Upgrading to the Epheria Frigate
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Prow x1

purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 8 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Plating x1

purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 9 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Cannon x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 8 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Bartali Sailboat: Old Sail x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 7 million silver then enhance
iconStandardized Timber Square x1000 processing (L) > Chopping
Usable Scantling x10
iconHard Pillar x100 processing (L) > Heating
Plywood Hardener x10 and Log x10
iconShip Upgrade Permit: Epheria Frigate x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 200 million silver
iconJade Coral Ingot x800 processing (L) > Heating
Prairie Green Coral, Golden Sun Coral, Breezy White Coral,
Twilight Red Coral, OR Daybreak Blue Coral x5
and Melted Titanium Shard x25
iconPine Coated Plywood x1000 processing (L) > Heating
Coconut x50 and Pine Plywood x5
iconEnhanced Flax Fabric x450 processing (L) > Grinding
Shining Powder x5 and Flax Fabic x5


Epheria Caravel (Upgraded Epheria Sailboat)


The Epheria Caravel is a new T2 ship which can only be made by upgrading an Epheria Sailboat. The Epheria Caravel has the following stats:

Epheria Sailboat (T1) Epheria Caravel (T2)
Durability 1,000,000 Durability 1,000,000
Rations 1,000 Rations 1,100
Max Weight Limit 5,000LT Max Weight Limit 10,000LT
Speed 100% Speed 100%
Accel 100% Accel 100%
Turn 110% Turn 110%
Brake 110% Brake 110%
Inventory Slots 25 Inventory Slots 30
Cabins 10 Cabins 30
Cannons 2 (1 per side)
player mountable
Cannons 4 (2 per side)
captain controlled


To upgrade the Epheria Sailboat into an Epheria Caravel, you will need to first check the Epheria Sailboat into a wharf at the wharf manager. You will then be able to select the upgrade option from the menu. You will need the materials below to upgrade the ship into an Epheria Caravel.

Upgrading an Epheria Sailboat to an Epheria Caravel
Materials needed How to obtain
iconShip Upgrade Permit: Epheria Caravel x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 400 million silver
icon+10 Epheria: Old Prow x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 3.5 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Epheria: Old Plating x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 4 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Epheria: Old Cannon x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 3.5 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Epheria: Old Sails x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 3 million silver then enhance
iconGraphite Ingot for Upgrade x100 processing (L) > Heating
Zinc Ingot x100 and Sea Monster’s Ooze x1 (Sea Monster’s Ooze is obtained by killing sea monsters)
iconTimber for Upgrade x100 processing (L) > Chopping
Old Tree Bark x100, Red Tree Lump x100 and Sea Monster’s Ooze x1 (Sea Monster’s Ooze is obtained by killing sea monsters)
iconAdhesive for Upgrade x100 processing (L) > Heating
White Cedar Sap x100, Acacia Sap x100, Elder Tree Sap x100 and Sea Monster’s Ooze x1 (Sea Monster’s Ooze is obtained by killing sea monsters)
iconIsland the Tree Coated Plywood x100 obtain x100 by swapping [Level 2] Filtered Drinking Water, [Level 2] Narvo Sea Cucumber or [Level 2] Pirate Gold Coin (Bartering)
iconRock Salt Ingot x100 obtain x100 by swapping [Level 2] Conch Shell Ornament, [Level 2] Balanced Stone Pagoda or [Level 2] Urchin Spine (Bartering)
iconDeep Sea Memory Filled Glue x4 obtain x4 by swapping [Level 3] Torn Pirate Treasure Map, [Level 3] Gooey Monster Blood, [Level 3] Rare Herb Pile, [Level 3] Blue Candle Bundle, [Level 3] Skull Decorated Teacup, [Level 3] Weasel Leather Coat, [Level 3] Old Hourglass, [Level 3], Round Knife (Bartering) or purchase for 140 Crow Coins
iconSeaweed Stalk x6 low chance of obtaining at the Eye of Oquilua island, daily bartering quests, bartering exchange with Level 4 trade goods, or purchase for 600 Crow Coins



Epheria Gallaeass (Upgraded Epheria Frigate)


The Epheria Gallaeass is a new T2 ship which can only be made by upgrading an Epheria Frigate. The Epheria Gallaeasshas the following stats:

Epheria Frigate (T1) Epheria Gallaeass (T2)
Durability 1,200,000 Durability 1,200,000
Rations 1,000 Rations 1,200
Max Weight Limit 4,000LT Max Weight Limit 8,000LT
Speed 110% Speed 110%
Accel 110% Accel 110%
Turn 120% Turn 120%
Brake 120% Brake 120%
Inventory Slots 12 Inventory Slots 15
Cabins 10 Cabins 30
Cannons 4 (2 per side)
player mountable
Cannons 8 (4 per side)
captain controlled

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To upgrade the Epheria Frigate into an Epheria Gallaeass, you will need to first check the Epheria Frigate into a wharf at the wharf manager. You will then be able to select the upgrade option from the menu. You will need the materials below to upgrade the ship into an Epheria Gallaeass:

Upgrading an Epheria Frigate to an Epheria Gallaeass
Materials needed How to obtain
iconShip Upgrade Permit: Epheria Gallaeass x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 400 million silver
icon+10 Epheria: Old Prow x1
(에페리아 : 낡은 선수상)
purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 3.5 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Epheria: Old Plating x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 4 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Epheria: Old Cannon x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 3.5 million silver then enhance
icon+10 Epheria: Old Sails x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 3 million silver then enhance
iconGraphite Ingot for Upgrade x100 processing (L) > Heating
Zinc Ingot x100 and Sea Monster’s Ooze x1
(Sea Monster’s Ooze is obtained by killing sea monsters)
iconTimber for Upgrade x100 processing (L) > Chopping
Old Tree Bark x100, Red Tree Lump x100 and Sea Monster’s Ooze x1
(Sea Monster’s Ooze is obtained by killing sea monsters)
iconAdhesive for Upgrade x100 processing (L) > Heating
White Cedar Sap x100, Acacia Sap x100, Elder Tree Sap x100 and Sea Monster’s Ooze x1
(Sea Monster’s Ooze is obtained by killing sea monsters)
iconIsland the Tree Coated Plywood x100 obtain x100 by swapping [Level 2] Filtered Drinking Water, [Level 2] Narvo Sea Cucumber or [Level 2] Pirate Gold Coin (Bartering)
iconDeep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x6 processing (L) > Chopping
Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x1
(dropped from ghost ship sea monsters)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,000 Crow Coins each

[Daily] Win-win Situation gives x3 Timber
(
Defeat 1 Ocean Stalker northwest of Oquilla’s Eye)

Exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x6
iconCobalt Ingot x2 obtain x2 by swapping a tier 2 trade item (Bartering)
iconMoon Scale Plywood x10 dropped from the new guild boss “Kahn” and can be bought for 160 Crow Coins




Carrack


The Carrack ship is the first T3 ship and can only be obtained by upgrading the Epheria Caravel or Epheria Gallaeass. It has a total of 18 cannons (9 per side). You can also equip an Ebenruth’s Nol on your Carrack ship to give a unique effect.

There are also 4 different variations of the ship you can choose from, below are their stats:

Epheria Carrack – Balance Epheria Carrack – Advance
Upgraded using the Epheria Caravel
Durability 1,300,000 Durability 1,350,000
Rations 1,400 Rations 1,300
Max Weight Limit 15,000LT Max Weight Limit 16,500LT
Speed 115% Speed 110%
Accel 100% Accel 100%
Turn 115% Turn 115%
Brake 115% Brake 115%
Inventory Slots 35 Inventory Slots 40
Epheria Carrack – Volante Epheria Carrack – Valor
Upgraded using the Epheria Gallaeass
Durability 1,250,000 Durability 1,300,000
Rations 1,400 Rations 1,500
Max Weight Limit 13,500LT Max Weight Limit 13,500LT
Speed 120% Speed 115%
Accel 110% Accel 110%
Turn 125% Turn 125%
Brake 125% Brake 125%
Inventory Slots 20 Inventory Slots 20


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Below are the materials needed to upgrade the ship:

Upgrading an Epheria Caravel to a Carrack
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Epheria Caravel: Black Dragon Prow x1 craft and enhance
icon+10 Epheria Caravel: Upgraded Plating x1 craft and enhance
icon+10 Epheria Caravel: Mayna Cannon x1 craft and enhance
icon+10 Epheria Caravel: Stratus Wind Sail x1 craft and enhance
iconMoon Vein Flax Fabric x180

processing (L) > Drying
Kahn Tendon x1
(will produce Flax with Moon’s Blood x10)

[Daily] Old Moon Guild’s Nineshark Hunter gives x3 Fabric
(x1 for the young Nineshark version)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 600 Crow Coins each


Exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Moon Vein Flax Fabric x6
iconDeep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x144 processing (L) > Chopping
Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x1
(dropped from ghost ship sea monsters)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,000 Crow Coins each

[Daily] Win-win Situation gives x3 Timber
(
Defeat 1 Ocean Stalker northwest of Oquilla’s Eye)

Exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x6
iconBrilliant Rock Salt Ingot x35 or x30 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 5 trade item (Bartering)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,600 Crow Coins each

Drop from Black Rust (very rare)
iconTear of the Ocean x42 or x50 [Daily] Old Moon Guild’s Black Rust Hunter gives x1 Tear
(Defeat 1 Black Rust far west of Oquilla’s Eye)

exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Tear of the Ocean x2

Abyssal Gem x2 exchanges for Tear of the Ocean x1

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 3,900
Crow Coins each

Otter Merchant: 180 to 240 Iridescent Coral for Tear of the Ocean x1
iconBrilliant Pearl Shard x35 or x30 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 5 trade item (Bartering)

rare drop from Nineshark

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,600 Crow Coins each
Quanties in RED are for the Advance ship
Quanties in BLUE are for the Balance ship


Upgrading an Epheria Gallaeass to a Carrack
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Epheria Galleass: Black Dragon Prow x1 craft and enhance
icon+10 Epheria Galleass: Upgraded Plating x1 craft and enhance
icon+10 Epheria Galleass: Mayna Cannon x1 craft and enhance
icon+10 Epheria Galleass: Stratus Wind Sail x1 craft and enhance
iconBrilliant Rock Salt Ingot x30 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 5 trade item (Bartering)
iconTear of the Ocean x42 [Daily] Old Moon Guild’s Black Rust Hunter gives x1 Tear
(Defeat 1 Black Rust far west of Oquilla’s Eye)

exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Tear of the Ocean x2

Abyssal Gem x2 exchanges for Tear of the Ocean x1

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 3,900
Crow Coins each

Otter Merchant: 180 to 240 Iridescent Coral for Tear of the Ocean x1
iconBrilliant Pearl Shard x30 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 5 trade item (Bartering)

rare drop from Nineshark

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,600 Crow Coins each
iconMoon Vein Flax Fabric x210 or x180 processing (L) > Drying
Kahn Tendon x1
(will produce Flax with Moon’s Blood x10)

[Daily] Old Moon Guild’s Nineshark Hunter gives x3 Fabric
(x1 for the young Nineshark version)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 600 Crow Coins each


Exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Moon Vein Flax Fabric x6
iconDeep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x144 or x170 processing (L) > Chopping
Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x1
(dropped from ghost ship sea monsters)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,000 Crow Coins each

[Daily] Win-win Situation gives x3 Timber
(
Defeat 1 Ocean Stalker northwest of Oquilla’s Eye)

Exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x6
Quanties in RED are for the Volante ship
Quanties in BLUE are for the Valor ship



Ship Gear


Ship Gear Stats


Green gearfor the Epheria Caravel and Epheria Gallaeass can be bought from Philaberto Falasi in Port Epheria and have the following base stats:

Green Gear
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Verisha Cannon – costs 8 million silver Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Brass/White Horn Prow – costs 8 million silver
AP 11 DP 10
Max Stamina +1,000 Movement Speed +1%
Weight Limit +500LT Weight Limit +500LT
Rations +0.100 Rations +0.100
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: White Wind Sails – costs 7 million silver Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Reinforced Plating – costs 9 million silver
Rations +0.200 DP 10
Turn +1% Weight Limit +750LT
Weight Limit +750LT Rations +0.200


Blue gear
for the Epheria Caravel and Epheria Gallaeass can be crafted at the ship part workshop in Port Epheria (1-4, 2F) and have the following base stats:

Blue Gear
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Maina Cannon Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Black Dragon Prow
AP 21 DP 25
DP 20 Movement Speed +7%
Max Stamina +10,000 Max Stamina +10,000
Weight Limit +750LT Weight Limit +1,875LT
Rations +11.500 Rations +11.500
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Scaly Wind Sails Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Improved Plating
Rations +11.500 DP 30
Turn +4% Weight Limit +1,875LT
Brake +4% Max Stamina +10,000
Weight Limit +750LT Rations +11.500

Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Maina Cannon
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Verisha Cannon x1

purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 8 million silver then enhance
iconDeep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x180 processing (L) > Chopping
Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x1
(dropped from ghost ship sea monsters)

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,000 Crow Coins each

[Daily] Win-win Situation gives x3 Timber
(
Defeat 1 Ocean Stalker northwest of Oquilla’s Eye)

Exchange 150 Oquilla Coins for Deep Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x6
iconBrilliant Pearl Shard x60 or x125 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 5 trade item (Bartering)

rare drop from Nineshark

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,600 Crow Coins each
iconMoon Scale Plywood x200 or x300

dropped from the new guild boss “Kahn” and can be bought for 160 Crow Coins
iconBright Reef Piece x180 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 3 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 140 Crow Coins
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Scaly Wind Sails
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: White Wind Sails x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 7 million silver then enhance
iconRuddy Manganese Nodule x40 or x50 low chance of obtaining at the Eye of Oquilua island or purchase for 1,500 Crow Coins
iconCox Pirates’ Artifact (Parley Expert) x30 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 4 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 800 Crow Coins
iconSeaweed Stalk x80 or x125 low chance of obtaining at the Eye of Oquilua island, daily bartering quests,
bartering exchange with Level 4 trade goods, or purchase for 600 Crow Coins
iconLuminous Cobalt Ingot x30

obtain x1 by swapping a tier 4 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 800 Crow Coins
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Black Dragon Prow
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Epheria Caravel/Gallaeass: Brass/White Horn Prow x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 8 million silver then enhance
iconRuddy Manganese Nodule x50 low chance of obtaining at the Eye of Oquilua island or purchase for 1,500 Crow Coins
iconEnhanced Island Tree Coated Plywood x300 obtain x10 by swapping a tier 4 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 80 Crow Coins
iconSeaweed Stalk x125 low chance of obtaining at the Eye of Oquilua island, daily bartering quests,
bartering exchange with Level 4 trade goods, or purchase for 600 Crow Coins
iconGreat Ocean Dark Iron x150 obtain x5 by swapping a tier 4 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 160 Crow Coins
Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Improved Plating
Materials needed How to obtain
icon+10 Epheria Caravel /Gallaeass: Reinforced Plating x1 purchase from Philaberto Falasi for 9 million silver then enhance
iconPure Pearl Crystal x45 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 3 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 550 Crow Coins
iconCox Pirates’ Artifact (Parley Beginner) x60 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 2 trade item (Bartering) or purchase for 150 Crow Coins
iconBrilliant Pearl Shard x60 or x125 obtain x1 by swapping a tier 5 trade item (Bartering)

rare drop from Nineshark

Ravinia’s Crow Coin Shop: costs 1,600 Crow Coins each
iconMoon Scale Plywood x300 dropped from the new guild boss “Kahn” and can be bought for 160 Crow Coins
Quanties in RED are for the Volante ship
Quanties in BLUE are for the Valor ship



Enhancing Ship Gear


Enhancing the new ship gear requires new items that come with the Great Ocean expansion update.

Green Gear
icon Enhancing green gear requires the item Verdant Black Stone.
Blue Gear
icon Enhancing from +0 to +5 you will need to use the item Fiery Black Stone
This is obtained as an item drop from the new guild boss “Kahn” and can be obtained by bartering level 3 barter items.
icon Enhancing from +6 to +10 you will need to use the item Frosted Black Stone.
This is obtained as an item drop from the new guild boss “Kahn” and can be obtained by bartering level 4 barter items.


All of these enhancing items can be bought with the new ocean currency or using the new barter system.



Once you have the materials, summon your black spirit and go to the enhance tab.
Unlike the current ship gear, the new ship equipment does not drop down when you fail the enhancement.

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Ship Rework and new UI


New UI


All T2 and T3 ships now have a new UI when you board them. There are a few key changes which are important to note.



Currents and Wind


Firstly, ocean currents and wind have been added. These affect your ship speed, which can be seen on your new ship UI. The numbers show the current strength of the wind/current, and the arrows around the border show their direction. Ideally, you want to have both arrows at the bottom to get the maximum ship speed. Going against the wind/current will cause you to go very slowly and may even make your boat go backwards if they are too strong.

Currents do not change and depend completely on your position in the sea. There are also no currents near the land. Wind however, can change at any time and becomes stronger the further out you are. The wind icon will change colour depending on its strength.

Ship Rations

Also, the “power” stat has been changed to ship rations on all boats and will now run out quicker. Rations are consumed when the boat is moving and will drain quicker when you use your ship skills or when you use the island barter system. When you run out of ship rations, your boat will move much slower and may not even move at all if you are going against the wind/current. You are also unable to use ship skills if you run out of rations.

To restore your ship rations, you need to go to a wharf manager and refuel the ship. You can also get your ship crew to gather supplies from islands for the chance to restore a small amount of your ship rations. It’s also important to note that you are now unable to restore rations on T2 and T3 using the Breezy Crystal (item will still be consumed).



If you are unable to restore the ship rations you can use Emergancy Rations. This is done using consumable foods. The higher grade the food is, the more rations it will give your ship. Whilst on your ship, press P to open the Ship info window and then click the + (plus) symbol next to rations. You can now select a food to use and the quantity you would like to use (similar to feeding workers).

Item Grade Emergancy Rations
White 80
Green 100
Blue 240
Yellow 4000
Orange 22000



Cannons

Cannons on T2 or T3 ships can no longer be mounted by a player. Your ship will now automatically store a certain amount of cannon balls when you refuel them at a wharf manager (300 for Epheria Caravel600 for Epheria Gallaeass). This means you do not need to buy cannonballs for your T2 or T3 ships but if you run out of cannon balls you will need to go back to the wharf manager to restock.

The cannons are now controlled using LMB and RMB. LMB will fire all the cannons on the left side of your ship, and RMB will fire all the cannons on your right side. So if your ship has 4 cannons on each side, you will fire all 4 cannons on that side and use a total of 4 cannon balls. The cooldown for your cannons is shared so you cannot fire both sides at the same time. However, there is a new ship skill which will give you a seperate cooldown for each side.

Another important thing to note is that T2 and T3 cannons will not be as effective against vell. This means that using your T1 ship (Epheria Sailboat/Frigate) will be better against vell.




Gear and Inventory Management



Finally, Equipment and your ship inventory can no longer be used when you are out in the ocean. This means you will not be able to store items directly in your ship inventory any more and you must instead go to a wharf manager to deposit/withdraw items or ship gear from your boat. However, you can now move items directly from your town storage into your ship (if you are at a wharf manager in a town). In addition, if your ship is destroyed, all cargo on the ship will be destroyed as well.

Sailors and Crew Management


Introduction to Crew Members


Crew members are used on T2 and T3 ships to perform certain actions such as pillaging for resources on an island or using the new bartering system. Each crew member has their own level and stats and can be leveled up by killing sea monsters to increase their stats. Crew members can go up to a maximum of level 10 and can gain exp by killing sea monsters.


Hiring Crew Members

To begin hiring crew members, you must first complete a the “[The Great Expedition] Oquilla’s Eye” questline from your Black Spirit which will introduce you to bartering. The questline will give you a free crew member and will also give you increase the amount your sailor slots. 

You can have a maximum of 20 sailor slots. To gain more sailor slots after completing the questline, you will need to buy the “Captain’s Medallion” item from the pearl store:
  • Pearl Store (F3) > Function > Captain’s Medallion – 500 pearls each (maximum of 14 purchases)
Once you’ve completed the questline, you will need to buy a crew member contract. This costs 3 million silver and can be bought from the innkeeper Islin Bartali in Velia, from Philaberto Falasi in Port Epheria or Criox at Velia docks.

You must then find a sailor to hire.
Sailors are found in these locations:
  • Velia – inside the Inn around the tables
  • Port Epheria –  along the beach near the whale
  • Iliya Island –  along the harbor and up the road
You can now attempt to hire a sailor, if you fail to hire them, the contract is consumed and the sailor will walk away from you. You cannot attempt to hire the same sailor for a certain period of time (1 day or more). If you are successful, the sailor will now join your crew and can be assigned to a ship at the wharf manager.




Managing your Crew

Some crew members will demand more cabins and this may limit the amount of crew members you can have on your ship. If you run out of Rations on your ship, your crew members will start to lose condition. If a crew member runs out of Condition, they will no longer do any actions on your ship and their stats will no longer apply. They must be fed a new food item called Chowder to recover. Sailors also drop to 0 Condition if you Remote Collect your ship, or if your ship is destroyed.

Sailors can also become sick. To cure a sick Sailor you must use an Elixir of Regeneration, which is made using Simple Alchemy.

The recipe for Chowder is below:
  • Dried Pearl Oyster Flesh x1
  • Pepper x2
  • Smoked Pork x2
  • Milk x1
  • Teff Bread x1

The recipe for Elixir of Regeneration is below:
  • Mandragora Essence x1
  • Essence of Magic Power x1
  • Oil of Regeneration x1
  • Troll Blood x2
  • Grape x4




Sailor Stats and Types of Sailors

Sailors have stats that can increase your ship’s Speed, Acceleration, Turn, and Brake.

Sailor Stats which increase your Ship Stats:

  • Endurance – Increases your ship Speed
  • Wits – Increases your ship Acceleration
  • Awareness – Increases your ship Turn
  • Strength – Increases your ship Brake

Sailors also have other stats:

  • Weight
    • Sailors have a weight when they are added to your ship. Giants weigh 500 LT, Goblins are usually 100 – 200 LT,  Dwarves are 300 LT and Humans are around 200 – 300 LT.
  • Appetite
    • Sailor Appetite is how often you will need to feed them Chowder
  • Condition
    • This is the Sailors current condition. Sailors with 0 Condition have a chance to become sick. Condition can randomly decrease whilst you are at sea and after using Explore.
  • Patience/Force/Focus/Vision
    • These stats improve your cannons in different ways. Patience increases your ships cannon reload speed. Force will improve the cannon range when using FocusFire, Focus will improve the accuracy and reduce the spread of the cannons and Vision improves the angle of your cannons. Only certain types of sailors can have these stats.
  • Exp
    • Sailors gain EXP slowly through bartering and will gain more EXP when you kill sea monsters.
    • The amount of EXP the sailor gains depends on the number of Sailors on the ship.
    • For example: if you have 7 sailors then you would get 160% more EXP and each sailor would get 22% of that EXP each.
      • 1 Sailor: 100% EXP
      • 2–3 Sailors: 120% EXP (60% / 40% each)
      • 4–5 Sailors: 140% EXP (35% / 28% each)
      • 6–7 Sailors: 160% EXP (27% / 22% each)
      • 8–10 Sailors: 180% EXP (22.5% / 20% / 18% each)

When you hire a sailor you can see the type of sailor on the name tag above their head. Below is a table showing the base stats each type of sailor can have. As the sailor levels up it will gain better stats.

The best sailors you can get for Bartering is the Innocent Sailors.

Credit goes to the Sailing Discord for the image below (click to enlarge):



New Island – Eye of Oquilua


A new island has been added north of Lema island is is called Eye of Oquilua. Every 3 hours plumes of water will appear and drop treasure chests that have been resting deep in the ocean. A notification will appear and the powerful plumes of water will appear at this time. They do deal damage but there is no death penalty if you die to them.



When a treasure chest is dropped, you have 1 minute to open it before it disappears. You will need a silver key to open the chests and can recieve a varity of different items.

Wooden Chest

Copper Chest

Silver Chest

Golden Chest

Tear of the Ocean

Tear of the Ocean

Tear of the Ocean

Tear of the Ocean

Ruddy Manganese Nodule

Ruddy Manganese Nodule

Seaweed Stem

Ruddy Manganese Nodule

Lost Low Quality Trade Goods

Lost Medium Quality Trade Goods

Ruddy Manganese Nodule

Seaweed Stem

Ancient Gold Coin

Lost Low Quality Trade Goods

Lost High Quality Trade Goods

Lost High Quality Trade Goods

Ancient Silver Coin

Ancient Gold Coin

Lost Medium Quality Trade Goods

Lost Medium Quality Trade Goods

Ancient Copper Coin

Ancient Silver Coin

Lost Low Quality Trade Goods

 

Ancient Iron Coin

Ancient Copper Coin

 

 

 

Ancient Iron Coin

 

 







Merchants will also spawn on the island and will change every hour. A notification will be shown when the merchant changes.



You can exchange items at this merchant for the current exchange rates:

Merchant Name Item you will exchange Quantity Item Recieved Quanity
Pucio
Iridescent Coral 80 Seaweed Stalk
1
Iridescent Coral 120 Ruddy Manganese Nodule
1
Iridescent Coral 240 Tear of the Ocean 1
Iridescent Coral Piece
130 Iridescent Coral 1
Hecio Iridescent Coral 70 Seaweed Stalk 1
Iridescent Coral 110 Ruddy Manganese Nodule 1
Iridescent Coral 230 Tear of the Ocean 1
Iridescent Coral Piece 120 Iridescent Coral 1
Ricio Iridescent Coral 60 Seaweed Stalk 1
Iridescent Coral 100 Ruddy Manganese Nodule 1
Iridescent Coral 220 Tear of the Ocean 1
Iridescent Coral Piece 110 Iridescent Coral 1
Churio
Iridescent Coral 50 Seaweed Stalk 1
Iridescent Coral 90 Ruddy Manganese Nodule 1
Iridescent Coral 210 Tear of the Ocean 1
Iridescent Coral Piece 100 Iridescent Coral 1
Turio
Iridescent Coral 40 Seaweed Stalk 1
Iridescent Coral 80 Ruddy Manganese Nodule 1
Iridescent Coral 200 Tear of the Ocean 1
Iridescent Coral Piece 90 Iridescent Coral 1
Bolio
Iridescent Coral 30 Seaweed Stalk 1
Iridescent Coral 70 Ruddy Manganese Nodule 1
Iridescent Coral 190 Tear of the Ocean 1
Iridescent Coral Piece 80 Iridescent Coral 1
Girio
Iridescent Coral 20 Seaweed Stalk 1
Iridescent Coral 60 Ruddy Manganese Nodule 1
Iridescent Coral 180 Tear of the Ocean
1
Iridescent Coral Piece 70 Iridescent Coral 1

You can also gather around the island using a Hoe tool to collect Iridescent Coral and Iridescent Coral Pieces.





Island Actions – Barter System


You can now interact with NPCs, on islands around Magoria, directly from your boat. When you get close to the NPC you will have the option to drop anchor on your ship. Once you’ve dropped the anchor you will have 4 options to choose from:
  • Explore – explore the island and recieve a random outcome (examples include increasing or decreasing your ship rations, increasing or decreasing your ship HP, increasing or decreasing your crew members loyalty/stamina)
  • Supply – explore the island and if successful you may obtain a random item (requires 100 rations or higher)
  • Barter – opens the barter window (more information below)
  • Depart – raises the anchor so you can move your ship again
You must have a crew member on your ship to be able to use the island actions (except Barter)!
Exploring or using the supply action has a cooldown of 20 minutes.




Barter System


Make sure to check out our Bartering guide for a detailed guide about the bartering system.

To barter with the NPC you must have a crew member on your ship and must also have the items you want to trade in your ship inventory (you must place them in the inventory at a wharf manager).



Barter trade information can be reset every 4 hours and can be seen from the world map. You are able to perform a certain amount of barter trades based on your Parlety points. Trades reset at every day at at 6AM UTC.




At first some NPCs will not offer Bartering until you have higher tier trade items. To obtain higher trade items you will need to exchange materials to get higher tiers:

Tier 1 Trade Item Land Materials → Tier 1 Trade
Tier 2 Trade Item Tier 1 Trading Goods → Tier 2 Trading Goods
Tier 3 Trade Item Tier 2 Trading Goods → Tier 3 Trading Goods
Tier 4 Trade Item Tier 3 Trading Goods → Tier 4 Trading Goods
Tier 5 Trade Item Tier 4 Trading Goods → Tier 5 Trading Goods
Etc Land Materials → New Ship Materials and Reinforced Materials

If you continue to barter you will eventually be able to exchange items for a new currency called “Crow Coins”. The amount of Crow Coins you have can be viewed on in your inventory.



As well, trade items can be sold for silver at the following prices:

Tier 1 Trade Items (800LT) Not for sale
Tier 2 Trade Items (800LT) Not for sale
Tier 3 Trade Items (900LT) 1 million silver coins
Tier 4 Trade Items (1,000LT) 2 million silver coins
Tier 5 Trade Items (1,000LT) 5 million silver coins




Guild Boss – Kahn


Introduction



The new guild boss “Kahn” has been added and is available once you complete a specific guild quest. You must obtain Blue Wave Crystals x20 and then exchange this item at Canilla Delkas at the Eye of Oquilua Island, located north of Lema Island. She will then give you a summon scroll piece. You can also collect summon scroll pieces by defeating Cox Pirate’s Shadow Wraith. Once you have 9 pieces you must place them in a shape in your inventory to recieve a summoning scroll.

The guild master must then summon Kahn using the summon scroll on the Eye of Oquilua Island, located north of Lema Island. The boss can only be summoned once per channel at a time and will disappear after 30 minutes even if he is still engaged in combat.




Mechanics


New cannons and cannon balls have been added to the guild shop which must be used to defeat Kahn. The way that the cannons work has also been changed and now cannons can deal close range or long range shots. Close range shots will not go as far but have increase damage and can be overcharged by 3 points to deal extra damage, whilst long range shots deal less damage and can only be overcharged by 2 points. Overcharged cannons will take longer to recharge after shooting as well.

You can also enter rapid fire by pressing the X key. This weill allow y ou to reload faster and shoot is faster bursts.




When Kahn is summoned, lightning will start to flash and attack the player who is doing the most damage to Kahn. Black Crystal Seaweed will also spawn on the beach and these must be killed using your weapons. You will not be able to damage Kahn until these crystals have been destroyed and Kahn will start to regenerate his HP if they are not destroyed quickly. The crystals will start to summon sea monsters as well which will attack you. These monsters will disappear if you destroy the crystal.



Kahn will also make powerful attacks every so often and you will be warned when this is about to happen. You should take cover behind the rocks to avoid taking damage. There is no penalty for dying during the guild boss and if you resurrect at the nearest node you will resurrect on the island.



Rewards


Once you’ve killed Kahn you can swim into the center to obtain your loot.

Item drops include:
Kahn’s Concentrated Magic – used to craft Kahn’s Heart
icon

Sea Monster’s Ooze – used to create a material required to upgrade ships
icon Kahn’s Scale – used to create Plywood with Moon Scales (Drying)
icon Kahn’s Tendon– used to upgrade ships to Carrack
icon Fiery Black Stone – enhancing material for ship gear


iconYou can also craft Kahn’s Heart (similar to Vell’s heart)
A new alchemy stone that has a duration of 5 minutes, 150 durability, and has the following stats:
  • 1 AP
  • Effects: All AP +7, All Accuracy +9, All Resistances Ignore + 4%, Attack Speed ​​+ 4%, Casting Speed ​​+ 4%




Other Changes



The Crow Coin shop has been added and here you can spend the new currency.

The amount of Crow Coins you have can be viewed on in your inventory.







Sea of Silence has been added and in this area there is a very high chance of ghost ships appearing. Sea Monsters have also been changed and their rewards have been changed. You must now defeat sea monsters to gain crew exp. Flying sea monsteres have been added which can be attacked using hunting rifles. A total of 7 new sailing dailies have also been added.

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