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Changes to the Voyage of Legends

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While all the Trading Companies have been busy updating their shops with new cosmetics, raising their Reputation Levels, and refreshing their Emissary Quests, one Trading Company, the Athena’s Fortune, has been busier than the rest.

The Pirate Lord has revamped the Athena’s Fortune centerpiece Voyage, the Voyage of Legends. You can expect the Voyage of Legends and the Ashen Voyage of Legends to be shorter and reward plenty of Athena’s Fortune treasure, helping you raise your Emissary Grade as you progress through the Voyage.

Changes to the Voyage of Legends

Previously, the Voyage of Legends was one of the longer Athena’s Fortune Voyages you could embark on. The Voyage also contained only a few Athena’s Fortune treasures for you to find, making it challenging to raise your Emissary Grade.

Before the Season 11 updates, the Voyage of Legends had two Chapters. The first Chapter consisted of eight Quests that spanned multiple regions. You had to complete two X Marks the Spot Maps, two Riddle Maps, two Bounty Maps, and two Cargo Runs. Once you finished the first Chapter, you would move on to the second Chapter, which had one Quest, an X Marks the Spot Map, that led to a Chest of Legends.

Now, after the Season 11 updates, the Voyage of Legends is a much quicker experience with guaranteed Athena’s Fortune treasures to find that will raise your Emissary Grade.

While the Voyage of Legends still has two Chapters, the first Chapter is shorter and faster to complete. You’ll receive just three Quests, all in the same region. The three Quests are one X Marks the Spot Map, one Riddle Map, and one Bounty Map. You no longer need to complete Cargo Runs or any Merchant Alliance Quests for the Voyage of Legends.

Like before, once you finish the first Chapter, you’ll start the second and final Chapter. The final Chapter still consists of one X Marks the Spot Map that leads to a Chest of Legends.

The Voyage of Legends is now similar to the Athena’s Fortune Emissary Quest. However, the treasure in the Voyage of Legends is less valuable than the treasure from the Emissary Quest, ensuring the Emissary Quest is still worth completing.

You can complete the new and improved Voyage of Legends in 30 to 40 minutes. You should also be able to reach Emissary Grade 3 from one run of the Voyage. Completing two back-to-back will allow you to reach Emissary Grade 5.

Ashen Voyage of Legends

The Ashen Voyage of Legends is the same as the regular Voyage of Legends, but it takes place exclusively in The Devil’s Roar and leads to an Ashen Chest of Legends in the final Chapter.

To the Tavern!

Aye, we pirates do love a good tavern. ‘Tis a place to share our findings and adventures. ‘Tis a place to clap each other on the back. ‘Tis a place to glean further insight.

Happily, we’ve found proverbial taverns on several social outposts—each bustling with a vibrant pirate community! Want to join in the merriment? Ye will always find a hearty welcome at our table!

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To the Tavern!

Aye, we pirates do love a good tavern. ‘Tis a place to share our findings and adventures. ‘Tis a place to clap each other on the back. ‘Tis a place to glean further insight.

Happily, we’ve found proverbial taverns on several social outposts—each bustling with a vibrant pirate community! Want to join in the merriment? Ye will always find a hearty welcome at our table!

Want to keep a weather eye out?

Jot down yer email, and we’ll be sure to let ye know when there’s something new on the horizon.

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