How to Get Treacherous Plunder Sea of Thieves

Aside from fish, as a player of the game called Sea of Thieves, you are able to catch Treacherous Plunder, even though the chance is considered low. For those who find Treacherous Plunder new, it refers to different junk items.

From the name, you might assume that it is dangerous. In fact, it is not even close to being dangerous, despite having the word “treacherous” attached to its name.

How to Get Treacherous Plunder Sea of Thieves

There are several kinds of Treacherous Plunder in Sea of Thieves, as follows:

    • Old Boot
    • Old Hat
    • Old Skull
    • Fish Bones
    • Ashen Key
    • Wooden Planks

The Treacherous Plunder is able to be caught. Then, how do you get it in the game? Apparently, it is only possible to catch the treacherous plunder without involving bait. Due to that fact and due to the fact that it has a high spawn rate, the best things to find them are pondie fishing spots. According to Gamepur, the best way to find the Treacherous Plunder is to fish in the freshwater ponds. For those who have no idea about the freshwater ponds, they are located on select Large Islands.

How to find Treacherous Plunder

Pondies are the only pool of fish that you can catch at ponds. Everyone believes that Treacherous Plunder spawns at a higher rate at ponds, even though it is still rare. Here is the list of the islands with freshwater ponds that you can visit to get Treacherous Plunder in Sea of Thieves:

    • Island: Crescent Isle
      Coordinates: B-9
      Region: The Shores of Plenty
    • Island: Mermaid’s Hideaway
      Coordinates: B-13
      Region: The Shores of Plenty
    • Island: Hidden Spring Keep
      Coordinates: I-8
      Region: The Shores of Plenty
    • Island: The Crow’s Nest Fortress
      Coordinates: O-17
      Region: The Ancient Isles
    • Island: Devil’s Ridge
      Coordinates: P-19
      Region: The Ancient Isles
    • Island: Kraken’s Fall
      Coordinates: R-12
      Region: The Wilds
    • Island: The Devil’s Thirst
      Coordinates: W-21
      Region: The Devil’s Roar
    • Island: Cursewater Shores
      Coordinates: Y-13
      Region: The Devil’s Roar
    • Island: Tribute Peak
      Coordinates: Y-3
      Region: The Shores of Gold

Some people say that the pool of things that are able to be caught will be limited to just Ashen Keys and Treacherous Plunder by fishing long enough at the Shores of Gold, the one that is able to be accessed by going through Tall Tale 9. If you want to prove the opinion, feel free to try it by yourself.

Talking about getting Treacherous Plunder in Sea of Thieves, actually, you can tell that you have Plunder on the line if there are no fish and an item showing up on the Hook after a while. In order to pick up the Plunder, it will be needed for you to reel it. Apart from Wooden Planks, the one that is able to be picked up into your inventory, most Treacherous Plunder or junk items are considered as physical objects. Being counted as physical objects means they are able to be picked up and be sold.

Once you have successfully obtained Treacherous Plunder, you can just sail to a Seapost. Here is the list of seaposts in the game:

    • The Spoils of Plenty Store
      Grid: B-7
      Region: The Shores of Plenty
    • The North Star Seapost
      Grid: H-10
      Region: The Shores of Plenty
    • The Finest Trading Post
      Grid:  F-17
      Region: The Ancient Isles
    • Stephen’s Spoils
      Grid: L-15
      Region: The Ancient Isles
    • Three Paces East Seapost
      Grid: S-10
      Region: The Wilds
    • The Wild Treasures Store
      Grid: O-4
      Region: The Wilds
    • Brian’s Bazaard
      Grid: Y-12
      Region: The Devil’s Roar
    • Roaring Traders
      Grid: U-20
      Region: The Devil’s Roar

By visiting any of them, you will be able to sell Treacherous Plunder to a representative of The Hunter’s Call. Below is the list of The Hunter’s Call representatives and where to find them:

    • Merrick: This one is located at Stephen’s Spoils in The Ancient Isles.
    • Serik: This one is located at: The North Star Seapost in The Shores of Plenty.
    • Derrick: This one is located at The Finest Trading Post in The Ancient Isles.
    • Annick: This one is located at Three Paces East Seapost in The Wilds.
    • Zharick: This one is located at Brian’s Bazaar in The Devil’s Roar.
    • Emerick: This one is located at The Wild Treasures Store in The Wilds.
    • Hendrick: This one is located at The Spoils of Plenty Store in The Shores of Plenty.
    • Aifrick: This one is located at Roaring Traders in The Devil’s Roar.

When you are in one of the locations of The Hunter’s Call representative, you are able to sell the Treacherous Plunder that you caught. Are you curious about the amount of things that you can get by selling these items? Here are the details:

    • Old Boot: This one is able to be sold to The Hunter’s Call representative. By doing so, you will be able to get a total of 10 Gold.
    • Old Hat: This one is able to be sold to The Hunter’s Call representative. By doing so, you will be able to get a total of 10 Gold.
    • Old Skull: This one is able to be sold to The Hunter’s Call representative. By doing so, you will be able to get a total of 10 Gold.
    • Fish Bones: This one is able to be sold to The Hunter’s Call representative. By doing so, you will be able to get a total of 10 Gold.

While you have found out about the Old Boot, Old Hat, Old Skull, and Fish Bones that are able to be sold to these Hunter’s Call representatives for 10 Gold, you might be wondering about the other Treacherous Plunder, which are Ashen Key and Wooden Planks.

It should be noted that instead of The Hunter’s representative, Ashen Key is able to be sold to a trading company known as Bilge Rats to be able to get 5 Doubloons. As for the Wooden Planks, they do not count as items for the Hunter of Treacherous Plunder commendation. It means they are not able to be sold. After getting them, you can use them to fix the damage on ships.