Fightin' Frogs Ship Collection

This livery designed to celebrate the return of Battletoads in 2020 is now available for anyone to purchase from the Emporium! Collector’s variants of the Sails and Figurehead have also been crafted for those with more Ancient Coins in the bank, while a new Essential Bundle option offers just the core components of the set for a lower price. The main Fightin’ Frogs Ship Set is also still available for completing Act I of Battletoads!

Other Pirate Emporium highlights this month include bold Bone Crusher looks for your pets, new weapon-wielding and barrel-bothering emotes, the return of the popular Festival of Plenty items and a free Fightin’ Frogs Flex Emote for everyone!

Hunter's Call Forager Pets

The spotlight swings back to Sea of Thieves’ original pet breeds this month with new Collector’s variants of the trusty parrot and monkey. The Hunter’s Call have been trying to train certain species to help them live off the land and sea, and the results are these Hunter’s Call Forager Pets! They don’t actually forage on command, at least not yet, but The Hunter’s Call are patient folk…

Pirate Pets

Every Voyage is better with creature comforts, so grab yourself a pet to share your adventures. Whether your newfound friend is furry or feathered, pets are a classic part of the pirate look – you might even give them an outfit that matches your pirate’s style.

Not only will pets come along for the ride while you’re sailing and exploring islands, you can name them too and they can be picked up and handled by you and your crewmates, bringing an extra dash of charm to any Voyage. Different breeds and colour varieties of each pet are available exclusively from the Pirate Emporium!

Pirate Emotes

Many pirates express themselves with emotes, from dancing a jig on the deck to giving a cheery wave to passing ships. The Pirate Emporium can teach you many more nifty moves in exchange for Ancient Coins, giving you additional range to get expressive and surprise your crewmates.

New emotes and emote bundles are regularly added to the Emporium’s stock. Try picking up the ones that best suit your pirate personality and experimenting to find fun in-game uses. They’re particularly useful when streaming or capturing video, to strike a pose for the camera!

Heritage Collection

The Pirate Emporium features a mixture of special ship liveries and cosmetics, but some pirates will be especially keen to see heritage items based on Rare’s beloved back catalogue. These famous characters are being brought into the world of Sea of Thieves as unique ship figureheads and livery sets.

Keep checking the Emporium to see the latest heritage items. Stock is refreshed each month and there are many more exciting sets and tributes to classic titles on the horizon!

Visit the Emporium

Enter the Pirate Emporium either by selecting it from the game’s main menu, or by visiting an Emporium representative at an Outpost. All the Outposts in Adventure mode and the Glorious Sea Dogs Tavern in The Arena have an Emporium salesperson. These act as a gateway to buying Ancient Coins using real-world money, and exchanging Ancient Coins for Emporium goods. Ancient Coins can also be bought directly from the Microsoft Store.

While out exploring islands, pirates may be able to top up their Ancient Coins by defeating rare Ancient Skeletons found around the world – identifiable by their bags of Ancient Coins! Catch one before it escapes to claim its Coin hoard for yourself and your crew.