In the first release of the World of Dreams, in August 2018, the Royals at KingsIsle introduced Four new Nightmare Boss battles. These battles are intensely difficult and designed for top-level players and as team up opportunities. The Nightmare Duck of Death aka English Bill, as one of these nightmare challenges.
Like all of the Nightmare battles, you will need an Obsidian Key to enter Bill’s battle room inside the World of Dreams.
Pirates first face off with English Bill in Cool Ranch at the Boot Hill Cemetery. The battle ensues as you and the Free Ranger attempt to save Tonka who has been kidnapped by the Duck of Death.
If you recall, Bison Chief Dancing Stars tells you that there’s a Basin of water which has been blessed by the Clawfoot Priests. If you dip your Silver Bullets in the water, it will help you drive the evil from the skies. Continue reading →
This world isn’t like going from Skull Island to Marleybone. It’s more like a dungeon that you can enter, exit and come back to over and over again.
Introduced in August 2018, The World of Dreams is a place of Nightmares. Inside this dungeon are battle rooms where you will face off against the toughest of opponents. It’s not for the weak at heart! And these Nightmare Bosses, may seem familiar, but these are battles unlike anything you’ve faced before!
The World of Dreams begins at the Obsidian Door on the Scrimshaw Docks. Once you’ve docked, cross the bridge and run to the right of the ships toward the tavern. Keep going and head over to the Warehouses. At the end of the row of the buildings, you’ll find the Obsidian doorway and sigil. Continue reading →
Getting Started In The Test Realm
August 31, 2018 – Updated September 7, 2018
Entering the test realm, you’ll notice that your entire crew will need to be trained. One thing that doesn’t transfer between the Live realm and the Test Realm are the talent settings for your crew. So be for warned. The first thing you’ll need to do once you enter, is to set the talents for your Crew members.
If you’re a level 70 Captain, that’s a lot of crew folks. You might want to simply set your first two or three rows, on your first crew page and leave it at that. But one member you’ll need to set for sure, is Old Scratch. Continue reading →