The oceans of Puzzle Pirates, as shown on Yer known world, are laid out in an offset grid (left) but there are no vertical connections. Each point in the grid is a possible league point, and the connections between them are known as leagues. Some league points have an associated island. In order to travel between islands, a ship must follow a simple path between adjacent league points. A chart will show the sequence of league points between two islands.
League points have several possible colors on the grid; however, the two most common colors will be grey and brown.
Memorized league points take precedence over league points in charts. This means that if a league point is memorized, it will appear brown regardless of whether the pirate has the map in hand, or is on a ship with the map on a table.
There are also league points which are temporary in nature, and thus can not be memorized. Usually, these league points are unique to maps for Sea Monster Hunts. These special league points show up as some color other than grey or brown, such as red (for Atlantis) or purple (for Cursed Isles).
League points are shaded (i.e. filled in) to indicate route difficulty. The darker the area inside the circle is, the harder the brigands that will spawn there.
Number of league points per ocean
These tables assist in working out how many league points must be memorized to hold certain portrait items.
Extinct points memorized count towards the required percentage for items.