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Treasure chest

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For the various furniture items capable of storing PoE, see the "Chests (PoE storage)" section within the list of storage furniture.
For the purely decorative (i.e., non-functional) furniture item, see the "Treasure chest" entry within "Furniture (T)".
For the "broken" model of the decorative treasure chest, see the "Broken chest" entry within "Furniture (B)".

Atlantean chests

Sunken box
Treasure goods
Chest.png
Mass: 5 kg Volume: 2 L
Obtained from: Atlantis
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Ancient locker
Treasure goods
Locker.png
Mass: 10 kg Volume: 4 L
Obtained from: Atlantis
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Antediluvian chest
Treasure goods
Treasure box.png
Mass: 15 kg Volume: 6 L
Obtained from: Atlantis
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Sunken box, Ancient locker, and Antediluvian chest are available by Treasure Hauling or defeating citadels in Atlantis outposts. Upon booty division, the container will be "opened" and its contents will be split among the crew based on their puzzle performance. Additionally, a large percentage of the treasure chests will be reserved for the ship's deed holder.

  • Sunken boxes are the most common and contain the lowest valued items.
  • Ancient lockers will provide slightly better items, but are more difficult to obtain.
  • Antediluvian chests are rare, but will hold the highest-quality items.

Items that are unique to Atlantis will be in "new" condition. This includes Atlantean furniture as well as clothing with an atlantean color. Regular furniture has only 50 decay points instead of the usual 100. All other items, including broken bottles have only 10 days left before turning to dust or rags.

Cursed chests

Bone box
Treasure goods
Bone box.png
Mass: 5 kg Volume: 2 L
Obtained from: Cursed Isles
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Fetish jar
Treasure goods
Fetish jar.png
Mass: 10 kg Volume: 4 L
Obtained from: Cursed Isles
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Cursed chest
Treasure goods
Cursed chest.png
Mass: 15 kg Volume: 6 L
Obtained from: Cursed Isles
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Cursed chests are found in the Cursed Isles, where they are foraged after defeating attacking forces.

  • Bone boxes occupy a 1x1 space on the foraging board. They are by far the most common, but contain the lowest valued items.
  • Fetish jars occupy a 2x2 space on the foraging board. They will provide slightly better items, but are more difficult to obtain.
  • Cursed chests occupy a 3x2 space on the foraging board. They are rare and very hard to clear from the board, but will hold the highest-quality items.

Expedition chests

Strong box
Treasure goods
Strong box.png
Mass: 5 kg Volume: 2 L
Obtained from: Expeditions
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE


Ship's locker
Treasure goods
Ship's locker.png
Mass: 10 kg Volume: 4 L
Obtained from: Expeditions
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE


Treasure chest
Treasure goods
Treasure chest-expedition.png
Mass: 15 kg Volume: 6 L
Obtained from: Expeditions
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE


Expedition chests are found while foraging during a buried treasure expedition. Like the cursed chests above, they exist in the same sizes as standard foraging chests, but they contain only pieces of eight and not items.

  • Strong boxes occupy a 1x1 space on the foraging board.
  • Ship's lockers occupy a 2x2 space on the foraging board.
  • Treasure chests occupy a 3x2 space on the foraging board.

Haunted chests

Ghostly box
Treasure goods
Ghostly box.png
Mass: 5 kg Volume: 2 L
Obtained from: Haunted Seas
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Ethereal locker
Treasure goods
Ethereal locker.png
Mass: 10 kg Volume: 4 L
Obtained from: Haunted Seas
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Spectral chest
Treasure goods
Spectral chest.png
Mass: 15 kg Volume: 6 L
Obtained from: Haunted Seas
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Haunted chests are found in the Haunted Seas, where they are treasure hauled after defeating attacking forces.

  • Chests are very rare in the Haunted Seas.
  • Pirates are more likely to find a chest from treasure hauling a sunken ship rather than from a graveyard.

Kraken chests

Cuttle box
Treasure goods
Kraken treasure small.png
Mass: 5 kg Volume: 2 L
Obtained from: Kraken
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Tentacle locker
Treasure goods
Kraken treasure medium.png
Mass: 10 kg Volume: 4 L
Obtained from: Kraken
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Cephalo pod
Treasure goods
Kraken treasure large.png
Mass: 15 kg Volume: 6 L
Obtained from: Kraken
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Kraken's egg
Treasure goods
Kraken egg.png
Mass: 5 kg Volume: 2 L
Obtained from: Kraken
Used by: n/a
End products: PoE, clothing, swords, bludgeons, furniture, trinkets


Cuttle box, Tentacle locker, Cephalo pod, and Kraken's egg are available inside Kraken lairs. Upon booty division, the container will be "opened" and its contents will be split among the crew based on their puzzle performance. Additionally, a percentage of the treasure chests will be reserved for the ship's deed holder.

  • Cuttle boxes are the most common and contain the lowest valued items.
  • Tentacle lockers will provide slightly better items, but are more difficult to obtain.
  • Cephalo pods are a challenge, but will hold high-quality items.
  • Kraken's eggs are the hardest to obtain, but hold the highest-quality prizes.

Items that are unique to the Kraken lair will be in "new" condition. This includes Kraken furniture as well as clothing with an inky color. Regular furniture has only 50 decay points instead of the usual 100. All other items, including broken bottles have only 10 days left before turning to dust or rags.

Notes

These boxes can only originate from their respective voyage types; but it is possible to receive Sea Monster Hunt chests at sea. They can be awarded as part of the booty received from winning against player-controlled vessels on their trip back from a successful Sea Monster Hunt; or from a brigand or barbarian vessel that defeated a player-controlled vessel holding these chests prior to the engagement.

The booty division of chests awarded outside of Sea Monster Hunts is exactly the same, with a ratio of boxes being set aside for the vessel owner to be opened from the booty after the division to the other crewmates.

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