The Great Expedition
This page is centered around the various features available with The Great Expedition. For the basics on sailing and bartering, necessary to enjoy the activities described here, please check the [Sailing & Bartering] page.
Many sailors have gathered at the taverns and inns of Velia and Port Epheria to find a captain who would sail to the broad ocean, as rumors circulate of a renewed interest in what the Great Ocean can offer.
Islands in the ocean are full of papu and otter barterers who are competing with each other to barter with Adventurers.
People who have tried to cross the ocean are now drifting in Margoria, and each of them has their own reasons to be in such a situation.
Meanwhile, a strange current coming from the mysterious island of Oquilla's Eye has caused bizarre sea creatures to drift to the innermost parts of the seas of Calpheon and Balenos, threatening the people living there.
The Great Expedition adds several maritime features to content available in the Great Ocean. Upgrade your ship or build a new one, hire your crew, and go barter and fight monsters on the huge and vast ocean.
Follow Jarette Domongatt's request and unravel the mysteries behind Oquilla's Eye and the Vell Pirates. Gather your guild and dare confront Khan, Eye of the Ocean.
Discover the secrets behind the fog-ridden never before seen island of Crow’s Nest from where the First Crow operates.
From the docks of Grándiha, off the coast of Kamasylvia, follow the Lamute Gang into the eternal war in the island of otters and papus, Papua Crinea.
These adventures, and more, await you.
- 1. Questlines
- 2. Daily Quests
- 3. Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log
- 4. Ravinia's Crow Coin Shop
- 5. Types of Ship & Equipment
- 6. Oquilla’s Eye
- 7. Sea Monsters and the Sea of Silence
- 8. Papua Crinea
The main questlines that will drive you out of the mainland to explore what the ocean has to offer can be found in the Suggested tab of the Quests window (hotkey: O).
This questline is called [The Great Expedition] Explore the Balenos Sea Islands, and will guide you to obtain the knowledge entries of the different islands north of the mainland territory of Balenos.
This questline is called [The Great Expedition] Explore the Calpheon Sea Islands, and will guide you to obtain the knowledge entries of the different islands north of the mainland territory of Calpheon.
Delve into the mystery behind Heidel's involvement with the mysterious island of Oquilla's Eye, and learn about the origins of Vell, Khan, the inhabitants of the island, and the now long gone Vell Pirates. What you discovered in the questline of Calpheon above will help you contextualize certain information you will be presented with during this journey.
Tranan Underfoe, the blacksmith of Velia, has a strange tale for you of an island somewhere in the Great Ocean. Many brave sailors have searched for the Crow's Nest, yet failed to return. That is if they were lucky enough to return at all. Now, you have a chance to search for this misty island shrouded in mystery on your own. Chase after that tale and you will get to meet the owner and founder of the Crow Merchants Guild, the First Crow, and gaze upon a display of some of his most valued treasures in the Hall of Heroes. You will also be able to participate in the Pit of the Undying, a battle arena steeped in secrets.
Why did the “natives” of Oquilla’s Eye hoard crow coins? What is the purpose behind the secretive headquarters of the Crow Merchants Guild? And what is really the Pit of the Undying?
The quest [Crow's Nest] A Strange Tale from the Great Ocean, given by the Black Spirit once you’ve above Lv. 56, will begin the [The Great Expedition] Crow’s Nest, Misty Island of Mystery questline.
Finishing the questline will grant you access to the Pit of the Undying, a PvE a 1 vs 1 fighting arena.
Once you complete the [Papua Crinea] An Amazing Gift Just for You quest, the Lamute Gang's Adventure Journal, consisting 5 parts, will be unlocked.
This adventure log is divided into Grándiha, Papu, and Otter chapters. As you complete the chapters in order, you will be rewarded transformation scrolls for either papus or otters.
During the completion of the first questline, [The Great Expedition] Finding Papua Crinea of the Thousand Year War, you will need to complete the first book of the Lamute Gang’s Adventure Journal. Unless it is completed, you won’t be able to progress with the questline, or unlock the other two.
Remember to press the complete button after completing every chapter to continue with the adventure journal.
Once you’ve reached Papua Crinea through the quests, you will soon realize you must transform into either an otter or papu to interact, obtain knowledge, and do quests there. If not, you won’t be able to even talk to them.
Progressing through the Papua Crinea questlines will reward you with a 1 day use transformation scroll.
The papus and otters of Papua Crinea have been fighting each other for generations in the Thousand Year War.
Once you arrive at the island, you will be able to take a side.
If you choose to fight for the papus, you will be able to befriend Empress Papuraora, but will alienate the otters. Conversely, if you choose to fight for the otters, you will get close to General Crioniak, but get on bad terms with the papus.
If your amity with Empress Papuraora or General Crioniak falls below -2500, you will not be able to talk with papus or otters (depending on which authority figure you are on bad terms with), even if you are transformed into one of them. For example, if you have low amity with Empress Papuraora, even if you are transformed into a papu you won't be able to converse with other papus.
Unlike the papus and otters you may have encountered throughout the continent, those on Papua Crinea were so isolated from the mainland that they do not know how to communicate with you in your language, so you will need to transform into one of them to interact with both sides.
You can receive the [For the Thousand Year War] Stoneback Crab Training questline from Benns Moanna (Papu) or Benns Morio (Otter) at Bloodshed Beach for 5 days (1 quest per day) as you progress through the Papua Crinea quests.
These quests consist of the following:
|For the Thousand Year War Quests|
|Day||Type of Stoneback Crab||
Type of Papu Transformarion Scroll
Type of Otter Transofmration Scroll
|Day 1||Dumb Stoneback Crab||Brave Pine Blader||Gallant Conch Blader|
|Day 2||Mediocre Stoneback Crab||Immortal Persimmon Knight||Undefeated Crab Knight|
|Day 3||Intelligent Stoneback Crab||Holy Date Priest||Holy Sea Cucumber Priest|
|Day 4||Extraordinary Stoneback Crab||Dreamy Bubble Shaman||Ruinous Puffer Shaman|
|Day 5||Bloodthirsty Stoneback Crab||Frosty Chestnut Slinger||Fierce Lobster Boxer|
For example, on your 3rd day, you can receive 3 transformation scrolls from the NPC: Brave Pine Blader Transformation Scroll (1 day), Immortal Persimmon Knight Transformation Scroll (1 day), and Holy Date Priest Transformation Scroll (1 day).
• You cannot accept the [For the Thousand Year War] Stoneback Crab Training quests for papu and otter at the same time. If you have already accepted the quest for one of the two, you need to either complete or forfeit it before you can accept the other.
• You will obtain 5 types of papu / otter soldier titles after completing these quests.
• Create a party with other Adventurers who share the same goal! Transform into a papu or an otter soldier and make different strategies based on each soldier's unique skills.
• You cannot attack a trainable stoneback crab with a normal character, so you must transform into a papu or an otter in order to defeat it.
Daily quests can be found in the different islands, such as Oquilla's Eye, and the Dancing Marlin Tavern in Velia. They're a good source for Sailing EXP and ship upgrade materials.
The following quests can be obtained from Oquilla's Eye. They task you with engaging in bartering, gathering, and sea monster hunting. Most of them reward you with ship upgrade materials for caravels, galleasses, and carracks.
- [Daily] Precious Coral Piece
- [Daily] For the Young Otter Merchants
- [Daily] Ravikel's Test
- [Daily] For the Serendian Soldiers
- [Daily] Our Guild is not a Charity Group
- [Daily] Do You Have What it Takes?
- [Daily] Win-win Situation
- [Daily] Old Moon Guild's Candidum Hunter
- [Daily] Old Moon Guild's Nineshark Hunter
- [Daily] Old Moon Guild's Black Rust Hunter
The quests available at the Dancing Marlin Tavern, in Velia, focus on bartering and sea monster hunting on an easier level, and reward you with sailing EXP.
- Delivering Goods: Narvo Island
- Delivering Goods: Tinberra Island
- Wanted: Hungry Sea Creatures
- Wanted: Cox Scouts in Disguise
- [Daily] For a Wider Trade Route
- [Daily] How to Recover Sailors
Please note that the daily quests offered at the Dancing Marlin Tavern require a sailing life skill level of beginner 2.
Ravinia's Ship Upgrade LogRavinia, who has revealed herself at Crow's Nest, offers a variety of quests. You can accept these quests in order over 7 days, and by completing each quest you will receive a special letter from Ravinia each day.
- Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log II
- Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log III
- Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log IV
- Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log V
- Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log VI
- Ravinia's Ship Upgrade Log VII
All the above quests will reward you with a letter called Ravinia's Wiggly-Waggly Letter. Open this special letter to randomly accept an interesting quest from Ravinia. These quests will ask you to perform a variety of activities, such as bartering, meeting relevant characters, performing sea monster hunting, and more.
Complete the given quests and receive different rewards which will help you in upgrading a sailboat or frigate into a caravel or galleass, in addition to a large amount of sailing EXP and crow coins.
Ravinia’s Crow Coin ShopYou can use this shop through Ravinia, the Crow Coin Exchange NPC who can be found at Crow's Nest.
Crow’s Nest, as mentioned above, is the island covered in fog managed by the Crow Merchants Guild, located north of Tinberra Island. Many at sea, both wealthy and unfortunate alike, search for its location for one or another reason.
There, you can purchase items such as Khan's Concentrated Magic and other ocean-related goods such as equipment for a carrack, ship upgrade materials, or ship equipment enhancement materials.
Please note that for most of the items offered by Ravinia to be purchased with crow coins, their cost in crow coins is a lot higher than it is to obtain the item directly by yourself. As such, it is better to purchase items from Ravinia only when you need a few of a single type, in case of needing ship upgrade materials for example. Other items you will require, however, will need to be purchased from Ravinia. It is recommended to save your crow coins for when you’re at that point in time.
You can purchase the following items from Rebinia's shop. Remember that you can only purchase the special, limited boxes containing the items below from Rebinia on Lema Island.
– List of Items Sold by Rebinia
Types of Ships & Ship Equipment
The Great Expedition has opened many possibilities. Among them, Port Epheria has allowed for the crafting of advanced types of ship equipment parts in their ship part workshops. From small transport vessels such as the cog, to long & arduous projects such as upgrading a sailboat or frigate into their improved versions, and / or upgrade those or the base ones into a caravel or galleass, then upgrade those into one of the four types of carrack. A lot of upgrading!
These ships are accompanied by their respective green grade and blue grade ship equipment pieces, which are obtained via traditional shops, Ravinia’s crow coin shop, and crafting.
Ships in the world of Black Desert are differentiated into small and large.
- Small ships include: rowboats, fishing boats, and Epheria cogs (Epheria Cog: Kalis-Certified & Epheria Cog: Fallen Vell Pirates' Legacy).
- Large ships include: Guild galleys, Bartali sailboats, Epheria sailboats, Epheria frigates, Epheria caravels, Epheria galleasses, and Epheria carracks (Advance, Balance, Volante, and Valor).
This section will only tackle the Epheria cog and the awarded Epheria galleon. For information regarding how to obtain and upgrade all large ships starting with the Bartali sailboat, please check the [Ship Upgrading] page. Likewise, for information on the guild galley, please check the [Guild Mounts] page.
Its default sailing speed is high, but its durability is low, making it vulnerable to the sea monsters' attacks. Commonly used to travel between the islands near the mainland, it is not recommended to use it to sail the high seas beyond the Ross Sea.
It can use the Breezy Sail skill by default, which will help you reach your objective quickly, and more importantly, battle going against strong currents and wind.
When its lifespan ends, its sailing speed will decrease significantly and you won't be able to use the ship.
You can build the Epheria Cog in one of the following two ways. The first one is crafted with materials obtained in the mainland, while the second one is crafted with materials obtained with activities related to The Great Expedition.
|Epheria Cog: Kalis-Certified|
|Shipyard Level 2||Materials||Acquisition|
|Ship Upgrade Permit: Epheria Cog||Purchase from Falasi for 7 million Silver|
|Palm Plywood x50||Gathering, Processing|
|Flax Fabric x60||Gathering, Processing|
|Standardized Timber Square x25||Gathering, Processing|
|Zinc Ingot x50||Gathering, Processing|
|Epheria Cog: Fallen Vell Pirates' Legacy|
|Shipyard Level 2||Materials||Acquisition|
|Island Tree Coated Plywood x100||Exchange LEvel 2 sea trade goods for it|
|Zinc Ingot x100||Exchange Level 2 sea trade goods for it|
|Seaweed Stalk x1||Oquilla's Eye|
|Tide-Dyed Standardized Timber Square x2||Defeat Sea Monsters|
The Epheria galleon is one of the greatest ships the world of Black Desert has ever seen.
It can be obtained in two ways:
– When a special barter appears during barter, there is a low chance for the item “Epheria's Star” to be obtainable.
– The guild victorious in a conquest war in the territories of Calpheon, Mediah, and Valencia is rewarded the item “Epheria’s Star.”
Please note you will find it in the guild’s storage. Only the guild master can move Epheria's star from the guild storage, and award a deserving guild member via the Present button found at the bottom of the guild’s storage window.
With this item in your inventory, you can accept a special quest from Philaberto Falasi in Port Epheria. Complete this quest to obtain the ship license for an Epheria galleon, and the Captain Epheria title, which is a temporary title that lasts for 7 days.
➤ For more information about this ship, please check the [Sailing & Bartering] page.
The necessary materials to upgrade the equipment pieces for green grade old ship equipment can be forcefully enhanced from any enhancement level.
These equipment pieces use verdant black stones to be enhanced, and these can be obtained via quests and exchanging Crow Merchants Guild's barter vouchers to any of Ravinia's sisters.
To obtain the vouchers, you can hand over level 1 bartering trade goods to Ravinia’s sisters.
Ravinia and her sisters are located in the following locations:
- Crow's Nest - Ravinia
- Iliya Island - Revinia
- Epheria - Ruvinia
- Velia - Rovinia
You can purchase green grade equipment for Epheria caravel and Epheria galleass from Philaberto Falasi in Port Epheria.
You can enhance these ship equipment pieces with the following black stones available via bartering or the crow coin shop.
- Fiery Black Stone, for level 0-5 enhancement.
- Frosted Black Stone, for level 6-10 enhancement.
You can craft blue grade equipment for the Epheria caravel and the Epheria galleass in the ship part workshop (level 4) located at Port Epheria 1-4, 2F.
Green grade equipment for the Epheria carracks can be bought in the crow coin shop via Ravinia or Rebinia. They're named:
- Epheria Carrack: Toro Sail
- Epheria Carrack: Toro Prow
- Epheria Carrack: Toro Cannon
- Epheria Carrack: Toro Plating
This equipment is enhanced with Solar Black Stones (until enhancement level +4) and Lunar Black Stones (from enhancement level +4 to +10).
- Use Heating in the Processing window on Fiery Black Stone x10 and Starlight Crystal x1 to get Solar Black Stone x1.
- Use Heating in the Processing window on Frosted Black Stone x10 and Starlight Crystal x1 to get Lunar Black Stone x1.
You can purchase Starlight Crystal from NPC Ravinia's crow coin shop.
Blue grade equipment for the carracks can be crafted at Chiro's ship part workshop located at the house at Iliya Island 3.
At this workshop you can craft the 16 blue grade Epheria carrack ship parts, as well as the sunset black stone which is needed to enhance them.
Please note that the type of ship parts must match the type of Epheria carrack you own.
For a more detailed account on the different types of ship equipment pieces for all these types of ships and how to obtain them, please check the Ship Upgrading page linked above.
In addition to being central to the storyline presented in The Great Expedition, a strange natural phenomenon occurs at Oquilla's Eye every 3 hours. Many say they witnessed a waterspout rising from the center of Oquilla's Eye, but no one knows why this happens. You could get seriously injured if you're in the water when this happens, due to the power of the rising water.
This phenomenon at the center of Oquilla's Eye also spews up lost treasures from the depths of the ocean, so watch out for chests falling from the sky.
A system message will be displayed every 3 hours while you’re on the island. After a while, a waterspout will rise from the center of Oquilla's Eye. If your character is at this location when this happens, your character could die. There are no death penalties for dying from the waterspout.
- A waterspout causes three large explosions.
- Various types of treasure chest will fall after a waterspout, which you can open by using silver keys. These keys can be obtained while fishing, or purchased from the Central Market.
- These treasure chests disappear after 1 minute.
- You can receive the following items from the treasure chests.
|Wooden Chest||Chest Decorated with Bronze||Chest Decorated with Silver||Chest Decorated with Gold|
|Tear of the Ocean||Tear of the Ocean||Tear of the Ocean||Tear of the Ocean|
|Ruddy Manganese Nodule||Ruddy Manganese Nodule||Seaweed Stalk||Ruddy Manganese Nodule|
|Lost Low Quality Trade Goods||Lost Medium Quality Trade Goods||Ruddy Manganese Nodule||Seaweed Stalk|
|Ancient Gold Coin||Lost Low Quality Trade Goods||Lost High Quality Trade Goods||Lost High Quality Trade Goods|
|Ancient Silver Coin||Ancient Gold Coin||Lost Medium Quality Trade Goods||Lost Medium Quality Trade Goods|
|Ancient Bronze Coin||Ancient Silver Coin||Lost Low Quality Trade Goods|
|Ancient Iron Coin||Ancient Bronze Coin|
|Ancient Icon Coin|
These merchants make an appearance every hour. You will receive a system message while you’re on the island when a merchant appears.
A fearsome guild boss, said to be related to the world boss Vell, is rumored to appear in the center of Oquilla's Eye. Some say its concentrated magic can be employed by skilled alchemists to craft powerful alchemy stones that are useful both in combat and outside of it.
➤ Please read more about it in the [Guild Boss] page.
Sea Monsters and the Sea of Silence
Due to the waves from Oquilla's Eye, large numbers of sea monsters have been spotted moving into the coastal seas. Don't worry too much, though, as they’re as startled as you to find themselves there, and as such do not initiate combat on their own.
You can find hungry hekarus and ocean stalkers dwelling along the coasts of islands, young hekarus and young ocean stalkers roaming the areas south of Padix Island and the wide northern area of Lema Island, and hekarus and ocean stalkers lurking in the areas of the Ross Sea and Margoria.
Once you go beyond Margoria, you will start to encounter ninesharks, candidums, and black rusts. These are more stronger than the previously mentioned, and you will need to build stronger ships to confront them. It is recommended to not engage in battle against these monsters unless you possess a caravel or galleass.
Remember that defeating sea monsters gives you sailing and sailor EXP.
The Sea of Silence, pictured above, confuses even the most thorough investigator.
With the strange events happening at the Al Halam Sea near Orisha Island, the people of Altinova now refer to the area as the "Sea of Silence." It is an area where sea currents and wind have died, and survivors of vessels that have crossed it speak of hostile, derelict ships appearing out of nowhere.
There's a high chance of phantom ships appearing here. You will receive rewards you can sell to merchants in towns when you defeat them.
Cox Pirates' Shadow Ghost is an encounter you can come across in various areas of the coastal seas, and has a low chance to drop summon scroll pieces.
Combine 5 of these scroll pieces to craft a summon scroll to make the Cox Pirates' Ghost appear.
The reward for facing and defeating the Cox Pirates’ Ghost is a choice between the different types of Cox Pirates’ artifacts (parley beginner, parley expert, or combat).
As mentioned in the questlines section above, transformation scrolls are necessary to survive in Papua Crinea.
Papus and otters are at war with each other, so they do not trust outsiders. They will only speak in their own languages if you approach them without transforming.
Now, here’s how to use these transformation scrolls.
◈ Lamute Gang’s Darkcloud Shapeshifting Dictionary
You can transform into the following otters and papus with the help of the Darkcloud Shapeshifting Dictionary from the Lamute Gang.
Queekity Thumpity Moon Villager
Brave Pine Blader
Gallant Conch Blader
Immortal Persimmon Knight
Undefeated Crab Knight
Holy Date Priest
Holy Sea Cucumber Priest
Dreamy Bubble Shaman
Ruinous Puffer Shaman
Frosty Chestnut Slinger
Fierce Lobster Boxer
- There are both 1 day and permanent versions of transformation scrolls.
- You can get permanent transformation scrolls of the following through the quest line.
- Brave Pine Blader, Gallant Conch Blader
- Immortal Persimmon Knight, Undefeated Crab Knight
- You can get permanent transformation scrolls of the following through the quest line.
- If you lose the permanent transformation scrolls for the above papus and otters, you can go to NPC Benns Moanna or Benns Morio (depending on the race you want to transform into) and pay them two Benns coins. This only works if you have already received the scrolls via the relevant Adventure Log quests and need a replacement.
- 1 day use transformation scrolls can be obtained as rewards from [For the Thousand Year War] quests during the Papua Crinea questlines.
- Panipani Villager and Queekity Thumpity Moon Villager transformation scrolls can be purchased from Benns Moanna and Benns Morio at 100,000 silver each after completing the quests [Papua Crinea] Moanna, Papu's Friend and [Papua Crinea] Morio, Otter's Friend.
- To talk to NPCs, obtain knowledge entries, and progress quests on both Papuraora Island and Crioniak Island, you must be transformed into one of the 6 types of otter or papu mentioned above.
- All papu and otter types have different skill sets, which can be seen at the bottom right once you transform into them.
- Transformation scrolls can only be used in certain places where you cannot be seen by otters or papus. Right click a scroll at a designated location to transform.
- Heading over to the opposing island will result in you getting attacked by guards and canceling the transformation. And you cannot talk to opposing island NPCs.
Once you complete the [Papua Crinea] Morio, Otter's Friend quest, you will be rewarded a Queekity Thumpity Moon Villager Transformation Scroll (1 day). If the scroll is depleted or you lost it for some reason, you can always visit Benns Morio to purchase it again. The one sold in the shop is for permanent use.
1. Right clicking on a transformation scroll will show you a spot where you can transform with a pillar of light.
2. Use the scroll and press R to transform into the summoned otter or papu.
3. Going to the papu island as an otter or vice versa will result in you being attacked by guards and transformation will be lifted.
4. Some actions, such as summoning the Black Spirit or fishing, will be limited while you are transformed.
Limitations are similar to those when you are riding a horse.
As in, you cannot fish or call the Black Spirit while on a horse, but you can talk to NPCs.
So, if you need to talk to the Black Spirit, press Shift + R to end transformation.
On Papua Crinea, you will encounter rare creatures which are hardly found on the main continent, and difficult to discern.
- Lazy Rock Spirit
- Lazy Cloudy Rain Mushroom
These two monsters don't attack you first, and are well disguised, which makes it hard to find them. You cannot attack them with a normal character. Only a papu or an otter will be able to.
Lamute Gang's Benns Coin
Can be obtained with Grándiha's daily quests. Lamute Gang's Benns Coin x1 can be exchanged for Rainbow Petal Coin x1 or Rainbow Fish Bone Coin x1 from Benns Lamute.
Rainbow Petal Coin
Coins used as currency by the papus and the otters. Can be obtained by completing the Papuraora Island and Crioniak Island quests.
Rainbow Fish Bone Coin
There are 3 types of coins available related to Papua Crinea.
You can obtain the following with Rainbow Petal Coins or Rainbow Fish Bone Coins.
Items You Can Exchange Rainbow Petal Coins for:
- Papu's Beloved Flower, from Chief Benitu of the Panipani Village.
- Holy Date Priest Transformation Scroll (Permanent) and Dreamy Bubble Shaman Transformation Scroll (Permanent) from Benns Moanna of the Lamute Gang.
Items You Can Exchange Rainbow Fish Bone Coins for:
- Otter's Beloved Dried Fish from Jabuo of the Ardal Fish Market.
- Holy Sea Cucumber Priest Transformation Scroll (Permanent) and Ruinous Puffer Shaman Transformation Scroll (Permanent) from Benns Morio of the Lamute Gang.
Sea Monster HabitatsScattered across the Great Ocean, several types of sea monsters call various areas their habitat. If you’re thinking of sailing the high seas in search of them, be it for silver or fame, make sure to prepare appropriately. The further away from the continent you’re, the stronger sea monsters you will encounter. Additionally, each sea monster zone is tailored for a specific type of reward. Before getting into your ship and leaving port, make sure to check the list below to know where you want to be headed, and for what reason.
|Saltwater Crocodile Habitat||Materials for Chiro's Ship Parts (used on Carracks)|
|Lekrashan Habitat||Sea Crystals (used on ships)|
|[Predator of Vadabin] Black Rust Habitat||Black Stones for enhancing ship equipment|
|Goldmont Pirate Territory||
Sailor/Sailing/Combat EXP Gains
Sea Crystals and Black Stones of enhancing ship equipment at a lower drop rate than Lekrashan and [Predator of Vadabin] Black Rust Habitats
Youn Ocean Stalker
Sea of Silence
Young Black Rust
Materials to upgrade Galleass and Caravels
* Verdant Black Stone, Moon Scale Plywood, etc.
The young and adult variants of candidums, ninesharks, and black rusts can be found in Margoria, the center of the Great Ocean. Make sure to not confuse the normal black rusts with those labeled [Predator of Vadabin]. The latter are much more deadly.
The habitat of the saltwater crocodiles is found to the far north, while the area where the mighty Lekrashan resides is to the far west. Between them you’ll be able to find the fleet of the Goldmont Pirates, preparing to wreak havoc.