If you’re trying to figure out the basics to Sea of Thieves, we gotcha covered. From various random activities such as fishing and fighting, to knowing more about the different ships and how to sail them, these basic guides will help you ease your way into the game, whether your a solo player, team player, or grouping up with random crewmates.
Season Two has added NEW trade routes to help boost your Merchant Alliance Reputation and make some extra gold. This isn't an actual voyage, but is basically a side quest. Check them out here.
With 100 different possibilities of fish to catch and tons of accommodations, fishing is by far the most legal fun you can have in the Sea of Thieves. So pull up your camp chairs, sit back, and enjoy the Fishing Guide for the Sea of Thieves.
Rowboats could be considered the unsung hero in Sea of Thieves. With their versatility, they are able to make a pirate’s life much easier while sailing at sea. With that said, here’s our Rowboat Guide for Sea of Thieves.
Sloops are the most agile ships in the Sea of Thieves, with their small size they can both out-maneuver and at times out run enemy ships. Here is a guide on how to successfully Solo Sloop in the Sea of Thieves.
As a pirate in the Sea of Thieves eating food is the only way to recover health, but not all food is created equal. Use this Food Guide to help you decide what should be your main food source in the Sea of Thieves.
Many of us have stumbled upon the glowing “Cursed Cannonballs” scattered throughout Sea of Thieves, but what true power do these mystical orbs truly hold and how can you use them to DESTROY your enemies?