Important Weapons and Items

by Greg | March 21st, 2011

In this article, I’m going to talk about important weapons and items in the game that every good player should know about. I’ll tell you what they are, where they are located, a simple description, and what its rating is.

This section is dedicated to all the items that can be bought in Item Shops.

When (*) this is given behind the name of the item, it has to be bought at 2:00am, 2:20am or 2:40am in every port.

When the (*) is only given next to the name of a port, it only has te bought at night in that particular port.

The items are sorted alphabetically and by category. When you want to know what is sold in a port, use CTRL+F and type the name of the port to find them.

Your capability of seizing items from an enemy’s fleet seems to depend on the quality of your battle equipment. When you are equipped with D-class equipment you won’t seize any items, but with A-class you WILL seize (an) item(s). I’m not sure if this depends totally on battle equipment, but at least it does partially. Further investigation needed.

If you sell items at the Item Shop, you can get a higher price for the goods when you first say ‘No’ to they shopkeeper. The new price he’ll offer is 41% higher. The higher your luck, the more often he will pay this price. With a luck of 100, it is guaranteed that he will offer the higher price.

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Accessory

Aqua Tiara
Definition:
An intricately decorated tiara set with small but brilliant aquamarine stones.
Price: $5000 Gold.
Ports: Antwerp. Mombasa. Nagasaki.

China Dress
Definition:
A beautiful, traditional Chinese dress, made of the finest Chinese silk.
Price: $8000 Gold.
Ports: Macao. Changan.

Circlet
Definition:
A beautiful tiara highlighted by a large sapphire in its center.
Price: $4000 Gold.
Ports: Hamburg. Athens. Rio de Janeiro.

Ermine Coat
Definition:
A luxurious coat made from the white winter fur of the rare ermine weasel.
Price: $12,000 Gold.
Ports: Goa. Mombasa (*).

Peacock Fan
Definition:
A beautiful fan made of long and colorful peacock feathers.
Price: $3000 Gold.
Ports: Ceylon. Macao. Calicut.

Platinum Comb
Definition:
A fancy comb made of platinum and decorated with rare gems.
Price: $10,000 Gold
Ports: Danzig. Argin.

Royal Crown:
Definition:
One of the lost treasures of Atlantis. The crown is made of gold and adorned with many precious stones. Quite simply, a priceless work of art.
Price: Can’t be bought, is given to Joao Franco by Taphali.
Ports: Massawa.

Silk Scarf
Definition:
A colorful scarf made of fine silk.
Price: $1000 Gold.
Ports: Cairo. Mecca. Macao. Changan.

Silk Shawl.
Definition:
A soft shawl made of the best silk from China.
Price: $3000 Gold.
Ports: Mombasa. Hanoi. Changan.

Velvet Coat
Definition:
A velvet coat cut in the latest 16th century fashion.
Price: $5000 Gold.
Ports: Genoa. Trebizond.

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Armor

Chain Mail
Rate: Defense C
Definition:
An armor made of thousands of tiny interlinked steel rings. While it allows the wearer ease of movement, it doesn’t offer the best protection.
Price: $2000 Gold.
Ports: Copenhagen. Nantes. Venice. Cairo. Caracas.

Crusader Armor (*)
Rate: Defense *
Definition:
Armor that the famous armorer, Montaguinus made-to-order for Affonso, the founding king of Portugal
Price: $600,000 Gold.
Ports: Naples.

Errol’s Plate(*)
Rate: Defense *
Definition: Half plate armor made by the famous Copenhagen armorer, Errol. It provides greater protection than plate mail armor.
Price: $300,000 Gold.
Ports: Copenhagen.

Half Plate
Rate: Defense B
Definition:
An armor with sheets of tough, thin steel plates that cover only the upper body. An improvement of plate armor, it’s designed for more active naval combats.
Price: $4000 Gold.
Ports: Copenhagen. Alexandria.

Leather Armor
Rate: Defense D
Definition:
A relatively inexpensive armor made of leather that has been hardened with animal grease.
Price: $1000 Gold.
Ports: Hamburg. Danzig. Bristol. Barcelona. Naples. Istanbul. Tripoli.

Plate Mail
Rate: Defense A
Definition:
A step up from chain mail armor, this armor is formed by a combination of plate and mail. It offers better protection than Half Plate Armor.
Price: $8000 Gold.
Ports: Copenhagen. Pernambuco.

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Curved Sword

Japanese Sword
Rate: Attack A
Definition:
A very sharp sword made in Japan. It’s especially effective for lashing attacks.
Price: $20,000 Gold.
Ports: Nagasaki. Sakai.

Magic Muramasa(*)
Rate: Attack *
Definition: A treasured sword made in the 15th century by a famous Japanese sword smith, Muramasa.
Price: $380,000 Gold.
Ports: Sakai.

Saber
Rate: Attack C
Definition:
A curved single-edged cavalry sword that is more effective for lashing than for thrusting.
Price: $3000 Gold.
Ports: Lubeck. Athens. Trebizond. Ceylon.

Scimitar
Rate: Attack B
Definition:
A curved saber with an outer cutting edge. A great weapon for attacking, it’s mainly used by Arabs and Persians.
Price: $8000 Gold.
Ports: Cairo. Istanbul (*). Alexandria (*).

Short Saber
Rate: Attack D
Definition:
A light, slender sword used by cavalry. It’s less effective in an attack than a Saber, but its low price makes it popular.
Price: $1000 Gold.
Ports: Seville. Beirut. Tripoli. Calicut.

Siva’s Sword(*)
Rate: Attack *
Definition:
A legendary sword that’s believed to confine the power of Siva, the Hindu god of destruction. A powerful lashing weapon.
Price: $280,000 Gold.
Ports: Calicut.

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Emergency Item

Balm
Definition:
A perfumed oil believed to calm storms.
Price: $1000 Gold.
Ports: Bordeaux. Barcelona. Beirut. Goa. Zeiton. Santo Domingo.

Lime Juice
Definition:
A great remedy for scurvy, the disease of poor nutrition that often troubles a crew during long voyages.
Price: $1000 Gold.
Ports: Valencia. Syracuse. Athens. Algiers. Zeiton. Panama. Caracas.
Cartegena. Santiago.

Rat Poison
Definition:
A poison to get rid of rats on a ship. Those pesky animals will feast on your precious food if you don’t have a way to get rid of them.
Price: $500 Gold.
Ports: Antwerp. Naples. Alexandria. Argin. Mozambique. Santa Domingo, Calicut.

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Fencing Sword

Crusader Sword (*)
Rate: Attack *
Definition:
A special sword with razor-like sharpness made by the renowned swordsmith, Michelangelo.
Price: $380,000 Gold.
Ports: Timbuktu.

Epee
Rate: Attack D
Definition:
A light sword with a sharp-pointed blade but no cutting edge, used only for thrusting in dueling. It’s not very effective when it comes to attacking.
Price: $2000 Gold.
Ports: Nantes. Marseille. Naples. Venice.

Estock
Rate: Attack B
Definition:
A sword developed to pierce the armor of a mounyed enemy. It has higher attack rate than a rapier.
Price: $6000 Gold.
Ports: Lubeck. Marseille (*).

Flamberge (*) (thanks to Beerwolf and Markus Selander)
Rate: Attack A
Definition:
A long decorative sword with wavy edges. Its offensive capability is superior to both the Rapier and the Estock.
Price: It’s given to Joao by his father. Or $ 14,000 Gold.
Ports: Lisbon.(Joao) Lubeck. (normal)

Rapier
Rate: Attack C
Definition:
A light, slender, two-edged sword used only for thrusting. It came into use after guns made armor obsolete.
Price: $3000 Gold.
Ports: Bordeaux. Lisbon. Seville. Pisa.

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Heavy Sword

Blue Crescent(*)
Rate: Attack *
Definition:
A unique Chinese sword with a wide crescent-shaped blade. It’s quite good for attacking, especially striking.
Price: $24,000 Gold.
Ports: Zeiton. Changan.

Broad Sword
Rate: Attack B
Definition:
A sword with a wide, straight, single-edged blade. It’s especially effective for striking.
Price: $5000 Gold.
Ports: Bristol. Dublin. Pisa.

Claymore (*)
Rate: Attack A
Definition:
A large two-handed sword from Scotland that may weigh up to 10 pounds. It’s quite effective for striking.
Price: $15,000 Gold.
Ports: Bristol. Dublin.

Cutlass
Rate: Attack D
Definition:
A heavy, curved sword that historically has been used by sailors.
Price: $1500 Gold.
Ports: Genoa. Salonika. Algiers.

Golden Dragon
Rate: Attack A
Definition:
A unique Chinese sword with wide blade. It’s quite effective for striking.
Price: $18,000 Gold.
Ports: Hanoi.

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Straight Sword

Basterd Sword (*)
Rate: Attack A
Definition:
A sword with a grip about 7 inches long. Wielded with one or two hands, it’s one of the most destructive and expensive swords in the world.
Price: $14,000 Gold.
Ports: Stockholm. Seville.

Dagger
Rate: Attack D
Definition:
A short shealted knife use for protection, wielding on 8 inch blade.
Price: $500 Gold.
Ports: Stockholm. Dublin. Barcelona. Ragusa. Azov. San Jorge. Pernambuco, Margarita.

Long Sword
Rate: Attack B
Definition:
A long sword measuring about inches in length. It was very popular among medieval knights.
Price: $4000 Gold.
Ports: Lubeck. Antwerp. Cartegena.

Rune Blade (*)
Rate: Attack *
Definition:
A sword with runes carved on the handle. Its destructive power is second to none.
Price: $360,000 Gold.
Ports: Pernambuco.

Short Sword
Rate: Attack D
Definition:
A short sword with a 32 inch blade. Light and versatile, it’s often use in close fighting.
Price: $1000 Gold.
Ports: Stockholm. Bordeaux. Valencia. Syracuse. Goa.

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Treasury

Candleholder
Definition:
An antique candleholder made brass.
Price: $3000 Gold.
Ports: Nantes. Marseille. Pisa.

Crown of Glory
Definition:
A gold crown with delicate decorations.
Price: $50,000 Gold.
Ports: Timbuktu.

Garnet Brooch
Definition:
A beautifully designed brooch set with beautiful garnets.
Price: $20,000 Gold.
Ports: Panama. Venice (*).

Gold Bracelet
Definition:
A wide, heavy, solid gold bracelet set with diamonds.
Price: $15,000 Gold.
Ports: Timbuktu. Mozambique. Rio de Janeiro (*).

Jade Jewelbox (*)
Definition:
A tiny box carved out of jade.
Price: $20,000 Gold.
Ports: Mozambique.

Malachite Box
Definition:
A small box cut out of malachite stone.
Price: $8000 Gold.
Ports: Mombasa. Massawa.

Mermaid Bangle
Definition:
A dazzling gold bracelet decorated with beautiful opals.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Sakai. Jamaica. Macao (*).

Ruby Ring (*)
Definition:
A ring set with a large ruby.
Price: $22,000 Gold.
Ports: San Jorge.

Ruby Scepter
Definition:
A scepter with a huge ruby size of an egg at the top.
Price: $50,000 Gold.
Ports: Timbuktu.

Sapphire Ring (*)
Definition:
A beautiful ring, set with a large sapphire.
Price: $18,000 Gold.
Ports: Margarita.

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Voyager’s Aid

Cat
Definition:
Not only does a cat make a nice pet, but it’ll keep your ship rat-free!
Price: $2000 Gold.
Ports: Mecca. Zeiton. Nagasaki. Sakai.

Pocket Watch (*)
Definition:
A handy portable watch. With it, you’ll always know the correct time.
Price: $2000 Gold.
Ports: Amsterdam.

Tax Free Permit (E)(*)
Definition:
A permit issued by England. It gives one tax-exempt status when trading in ports allied with England.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Danzig.

Tax Free Permit (H)(*)
Definition:
A permit issued by Holland. It gives one tax-exempt status when trading in ports allied with Holland.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Antwerp.

Tax Free Permit (I)(*)
Definition:
A permit issued by Italy. It gives one tax-exempt status when trading in ports allied with Italy.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Syracuse.

Tax Free Permit (P)(*)
Definition:
A permit issued by Portugal. It gives one tax-exempt status when trading in ports allied with Portugal.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Salonika.

Tax Free Permit (S)(*)
Definition:
A permit issued by Spain. It gives one tax-exempt status when trading in ports allied with Spain.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Azov.

Tax Free Permit (T)(*)
Definition:
A permit issued by Turkey. It gives one tax-exempt status when trading in ports allied with Turkey.
Price: $10,000 Gold.
Ports: Tripoli.

Telescope
Definition:
An optical instrument that will help you find distant objects and ports at sea.
Price: $5000 Gold.
Ports: Amsterdam. Lisbon. Seville. Istanbul. Tripoli. San Jorge.

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Measuring Instrument

Quadrant
Definition:
A low precision instrument use for celestial navigation. It measures longitude and latitude.
Price: $4000 Gold.
Ports: Hamburg. Lisbon. Genoa. Ragusa. Istanbul.

Sextant
Definition:
A high precision instrument used for celestial navigation. It measures longitude and latitude.
Price: $8000 Gold.
Ports: Amsterdam. Venice. Alexandria.

Theodolite
Definition:
The most precise and reliable instrument used for celestial navigation. It measures longitude and latitude.
Price: $12,000 Gold.
Ports: Amsterdam. Mecca. Athens (*).

3 Responses to “Important Weapons and Items”

  1. Mark Erickson says:

    There’s one item not listed here. DIAMOND CROWN! definition: A large crown made for a queen, set with diamonds. Price: Estimated to be be $100,000 Gold, IF you could buy it at any Item Shop. It’s been known to be sold for approximately $70,000 Gold. Ports: NONE! There is only a small chance you might receive one as part of your spoils when you win a battle at sea.

  2. Jerry Webber says:

    Maybe I missed it but don’t forget the Staff of Posiden and the Crown of Atlantis that is given to Joao — although he can’t sell the Staff, the Crown seems to be the most valuable item in the game…????

  3. Сизинцев says:

    As I recall, Cutlass sword can also be purchased in London

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