Where to find all the chests in Sea of ​​Thieves - Reaper's Chest, Sorrow's Chest, Skeleton Captain's Chest, Thousand Mug Chest, Citadel Chest, Chest of a Thousand Truths

 

Where to find all the chests in Sea of ​​Thieves - Reaper's Chest, Sorrow's Chest, Skeleton Captain's Chest, Thousand Mug Chest, Citadel Chest, Chest of a Thousand Truths

Sea of ​​Thieves is a co-op action-adventure game set in a pirate setting that Rare and publisher Microsoft released in 2018. At first, the project was not very popular, but the authors continued to develop it, fill it with unique content and various activities. One of them is the search for rare treasure chests, and in this guide we will tell you where to find them.


Chests in Sea of ​​Thieves are a treasure that pirate players seek out as they wander the world, fight monsters, explore shipwrecks, and complete tasks issued by NPCs. Finding an item and handing it in on a quest or to the Gold Hoards (characters who are willing to buy up your chests), you receive a reward in the form of gold and doubloons. In the future, money can be spent on the purchase of consumables and cosmetic items for the character and the ship.


Some especially valuable chests can be sold to the Servant of the Flame, but such chests very often come across rare items worth a fortune. We recommend opening them, as inside you can find artifacts, after the sale of which you will provide your character with everything necessary for a comfortable life in the world of Sea of ​​Thieves.


In the game, chests are divided into common and rare, the latter include 6 types of items, the location of which we will write below.



Reaper's Chest

Reaper's Chest

Cost: 30 doubloons.


The chest falls in many places, but quite rarely. Most often it can be found on the sites of sunken ships, received as a reward for completing quests from the Order of Souls, and also knocked out from skeletal bosses during the storming of Fort of the Damned.

A chest for rent in the Death's Shelter, before it had to be taken to Duke in the Outpost.


Chest of Sorrow

Chest of Sorrow

Cost: 3,500 gold.


The unique property of this chest is the fact that it sheds tears constantly. In other words, when you take him on your ship, be prepared to assign a crew member to constantly scoop water overboard. To make the casket “calm down” at least for a while, you can sing a song to him and play something lyrical, sad on a musical instrument - this has a positive effect on him.

You can find the Chest of Sorrow on the islands during your adventures, on ships with skeletons, next to barrels floating in the open sea, as well as on the places of sunken ships. Do not forget to check the battlefield with the Kraken and Megalodon, these items also appear quite often there.


Skeleton Capitan's Chest

Skeleton Capitan's Chest

Cost: 2000 gold.


As the name suggests, this chest is knocked out of the strong Skeleton Captains monsters, which are often encountered while exploring the islands or when meeting a ship with monsters on the high seas. There is also a fairly high chance of knocking out an item from the Kraken and Megalodon.


Chest of Thousand Grogs

Chest of Thousand Grogs

Cost: 2500 gold.


As in the case of the chest of Sorrow, this item has a unique property - when your character touches it, he will instantly become intoxicated. Thus, it will be a real challenge to drag the chest of a Thousand Mugs to your ship, especially if you got it in the fort and did not manage to kill all the skeletons.

This chest appears with a random chance in a variety of places: in an area filled with skeletons, falls from the Kraken and Megalodon, floats next to barrels and in locations with sunken ships. Less commonly, it can be found on the "cross" marked on the treasure map.


Stronghold's Chest

Stronghold's Chest

Cost: 3820 gold.


In terms of rarity, this chest is similar to the previous item - it drops there and with the same chance. The most likely to get treasure in the battle with the Kraken and Megalodon, but with these monsters you will clearly not fight alone, but with your friends. Accordingly, the loot will be divided among everyone, so we advise you to look for the chest of the Citadel in the forts with skeletons and on their ships. Thus, you reduce the risk of dying in battle and minimize the amount of consumables spent.


Box of Wondrous Secrets

Box of Wondrous Secrets

Cost: 25,000 gold.


This chest is the rarest and most valuable in the game at the moment. You can get it in only one place, in the Devil's Throat - a location that appeared in the Sea of ​​Thieves with the release of the Lonely Shores update. The item appears both on land and on water, the main thing is to move it to your ship and take it to the place of delivery.

By the way, you can only hand over the Box to Grace - a pirate who is waiting for you near the tavern of the Morrow outpost.


Devil's Throat tips

Devil's Throat tips

If you decide to go in search of the Box of a Thousand Truths now, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with our tips for passing this location:

  • Prepare plenty of planks and food before leaving, as the Throat is full of active volcanoes that will often hit your ship and crew with burning boulders (one hit will make from 2 to 4 holes in the ship and can kill someone from the crew) ;
  • In different places in the Devil's Throat, geysers form, which throw characters into the air (falling from a height will take away about 25% of the character's total health) - bypass them and leave the boats away from the islands so that the geysers do not destroy them;
  • Once outside the ship, your character will receive periodic damage from boiling water (30 seconds of such a swim is enough to remove the entire health bar), which heats up during a volcanic eruption and boils 2-3 minutes after;
  • If you find yourself on the island during an earthquake, we advise you to leave the land and wait out the cataclysm on the ship, since at this time your character will swing from side to side, and holes with boiling lava will form in the ground under your feet, causing serious damage.
Good luck with your treasure hunt, brave pirates!

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