The Caribbean is yours to discover! Meet locals on a pirate port, venture deep into underground labyrinths, and discover uncharted islands... What are ye waiting for? Chart a course today!
Governor Swann prides himself in saying that Port Royal is the most civilized colony in all the Caribbean, and on the surface, that may be true. However, denizens, thieves, and maybe even a skeleton or two lurk in the shadows.
On the docks of Port Royal, you can find anything an aspiring sailor (or pirate) might need, but watch your step. The Royal Navy makes sure to keep the prestigious Fort Charles and the Governor’s Mansion well guarded. However, if you’ve had even a little training in the art of the sword, you shouldn’t have too much trouble…
Port Royal is also home to a host of jungle creatures if ye venture far enough beyond town. This is where the real danger is. Beyond the Navy’s territory, Jolly Roger’s skeleton army runs rampant, not to mention the assortment of wild beasts…
Tortuga is the island most pirates call home. While the Navy and EITC still have a small presence on the island, it is essentially nonexistent. Pirates can be wild and free, just like they were meant to be.
Perhaps the most famous spot on Tortuga is the Faithful Bride tavern. Many a pirate has sung a shanty or gotten into a brawl within its walls. It’s also the favorite watering hole of a certain captain of the Black Pearl...
Despite being a pirate port, Tortuga also supports a variety of honest shopkeepers and townsfolk looking for your business. It’s also a great spot to pick up odd jobs if you’re looking for some extra gold and lucky sea turtles, savvy?
Padres Del Fuego
If you want to add a little danger to your pirating adventures, look no further than Padres Del Fuego. Over centuries, colonists have tried to settle down on the island with little success until recently. Legends used to say the island’s volcano was untamable. And while that much is still true, a variety of citizens somehow inhabit Padres’ beaches happily amongst the Fathers’ Fire.
The island’s vast network of caves are seen as a challenge to those who want to navigate the island. The EITC is also suspiciously mining for something on the island. Legends tell of a mysterious artifact hidden deep beneath the lava, but that’s just hearsay…
Padres has also had the misfortune of being hit hard by Jolly Roger’s army. Las Pulgas, once a bustling village, has been completely overrun by a group of skeletons, led by the infamous General Darkhart. Only a few citizens brave enough to ward off the skeletons remain in the town.
If you ask even the most skilled pirate about Raven’s Cove, ye’ll see that confident swashbuckling exterior wither away. Raven’s Cove is nothing to joke about. Many a pirate has traveled there and never come back.
After a brutal attack on the isle by Jolly Roger and his army, Raven’s Cove underwent a horrid transformation. Not a single soul survived. Legend tells that the souls of the dead come out at night, waiting to exact revenge for their deaths… on anyone who dares pass by.
There are also rumors that deep within the caves of the island, there lies dormant an ancient evil. But most caves are like that anyway, right? Right??????
Isla Escondida was only recently uncovered by pirates after a crew unwittingly discovered it while tracking a Navy ship. Very little is known about the island, but it does seem to have a Navy outpost of some sort, and is known to have its waters occupied by some ungodly creatures. It be these that ye’ll want to worry about. We will update our codex when more information becomes available...
The Caribbean is rife with various uninhabited islands and specks of rock. Some used to be old hideouts for rum smugglers, while others have been completely overrun by undead. You never know what you’ll find.
From Outcast Isle, home of marooned pirates, to Devil’s Anvil, hiding place of the famed Captain Hector Barbossa, there is a completely new adventure waiting around the corner. Just stay clear of Isla Perdida if you don’t like bugs...