Feast of Bounty

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Feast of Bounty Event Guide

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The Bilge Rats invite you and your crew to celebrate in the first-ever Feast of Bounty event! To participate in the festivities, you will be drinking grog, playing music, giving thanks, and most importantly, eating lots and lots of food!

The Bilge Rats need all the help they can get to prepare for the celebration. So before the merriment can begin, you’ll need to cook up all the fish, meat, and monster meat you can find!

Once the food is cooked, you and your crew can go drink and be merry to your heart’s content. Just be sure to eat as much food as possible, so nothing goes to waste!

If this sounds like a jolly good time to you, you’ll want to first head to Larinna. Once you claim the Feast of Bounty Flag from her, you are ready to party!

What is the Feast of Bounty Event?

The Bilge Rats have split the Feast of Bounty event into two phases. The first phase is the “Preparation” phase which starts on November 22nd. The second phase is the “Celebration” Phase which starts several days later, on November 25th.

Each phase of the event has its own set of unique Challenges to complete. Completing the Challenges will reward you with Renown and Gold, as well as event-exclusive cosmetics!

Don’t worry if you join the party late! You can still work on completing the Preparation Challenges during the Celebration phase of the event.

Feast of Bounty Flag

Preperation Phase

During the Preparation phase, the Bilge Rats will task you with preparing for the festivities. You can expect to cook a wide range of meat and fish during this phase of the event.

The Challenges include:

  • Acquire the Feast of Bounty Flag from Larinna
  • Cooking Pork or Chicken
  • Cooking Shark or Snake
  • Cooking Megalodon or Kraken
  • Cooking fish

Celebration Phase

During the Celebration Phase, the Bilge Rats will have you spreading the merriment across the sea! You can expect to dress up, drink, play music, and share your loot with other crews as you complete the Challenges during this phase.

The Challenges include:

  • Flying the Feast of Bounty Flag
  • Change an item of clothing
  • Drink with another crew at an Outpost
  • Play a shanty with pirates from another crew
  • Placing loot on other crew’s ships

Overindulgence Long-Term Challenge

Alongside the Preparation and Celebration Challenges, you will have one Long-Term Challenge to complete. This Challenge will be active throughout the entire event, rewarding gold, renown, and more event-exclusive cosmetics! To complete the Challenge, you will need to consume 75 pieces of meat and fish throughout the whole event.

Devour cooked meat and fish to complete this Challenge and earn a reward! Try to avoid indigestion… 75

How long is the Feast of Bounty Event?

The Feast of Bounty will be live between November 22nd and November 29th.

What are the Feast of Bounty rewards?

It’s time for a harvest on the high seas! Serve up a celebratory storm and be rewarded.

Complete five Preparation Challenges to unlock the Feast of Bounty Makeup.

Complete five Celebration Challenges to unlock the Feast of Bounty Scar.

Complete the Overindulgence Challenge to unlock the Feast of Bounty Tattoo.

Complete all 11 Challenges to unlock the Bounty Bringer Title.

What are the Preparation Challenges?

You’ll be putting your chef skills to the test during the preparation phase of the vent. Cook as much fish and meat while you can before the celebration beings!

One helpful tip to remember is if you find meat that is already cooked, you can still place it on your stove and cook it again, for just a second, to receive credit for perfectly cooking it! Using this double cook method can be helpful for pirates that sail in a crew as cooking is not crew-based. So, even if one person cooked all the meat, you can still cook that meat a second time to receive credit for perfectly cooking it! Of course, that is if somebody hasn’t eaten it first!

Another helpful tip is to use your handy interactive map to find where each of the three land animals lives. You can turn on the markers for each animal in the “Filter” menu to locate the closest island where you’ll find them. Remember, you have a better chance of seeing animals on larger islands!

A Free Lunch

Collect the free Feast of Bounty Flag – meet Larinna outside the tavern and browse her stock.

To complete this Challenge, simply speak with Larinna at any Outpost and browse her stock. You will find the Feast of Bounty Flag amongst her goods. It is free, so you don’t need to worry about how much gold or Doubloons you have.

Buy the Feast of Bounty Flag for zero gold, and you will complete the Challenge.

Feast of Bounty Flag

Charred and Feathered

Cook pieces of pork or chicken, at a campfire or using your ship’s stove.

To complete this Challenge, you must cook ten pieces of pork or chicken meat.

You can find pork and chicken meat in Resource Barrels found throughout the Sea of Thieves. However, you have a higher chance of finding meat in the Resource Barrels of a Shipwreck.

You can also find pork and chicken meat by killing certain animals found on islands. For example, if you kill a pig, you will receive a piece of pork meat. Likewise, if you kill a chicken, you will receive a piece of chicken meat.

Once you have your pieces of meat, you can cook them on any campfire or stove you find. It takes 60 seconds to cook a piece of meat from raw.

Make sure you pick the piece of meat up before it burns!

A Platter of Predators

Cook pieces of shark or snake meat, at a campfire or using your ship’s stove.

To complete this Challenge, you must cook ten pieces of shark or snake meat.

You can find shark and snake meat in Resource Barrels found throughout the Sea of Thieves. However, you have a higher chance of finding meat in the Resource Barrels of a Shipwreck.

You can also find shark and snake meat by killing certain animals found on islands or in water. For example, if you kill a shark, you will receive a piece of shark meat. Likewise, if you kill a snake, you will receive a piece of snake meat.

Once you have your pieces of meat, you can cook them on any campfire or stove you find. It takes 60 seconds to cook a piece of meat from raw.

Make sure you pick the piece of meat up before it burns!

Cook Shark

Eat or Be Eaten

Cook pieces of Megalodon or Kraken meat, at a campfire or using your ship’s stove.

To complete this Challenge, you must cook ten pieces of Megalodon or Kraken meat.

You can find Megalodon and Kraken meat in Resource Barrels found throughout the Sea of Thieves. However, you have a higher chance of finding meat in the Resource Barrels of a Shipwreck.

You can also find Megalodon and Kraken meat by killing Megalodons and Krakens. Both monsters can randomly spawn while you are sailing in open water. There is no guaranteed way for you to find either beast. If you are lucky enough for a Megaldon or Kraken to spawn by your ship, kill it to receive their respective meat.

Once you have your pieces of meat, you can cook them on any campfire or stove you find. It takes 120 seconds to cook a piece of meat from raw.

Make sure you pick the piece of meat up before it burns!

An Order of Shoals

Cook any kind of fish, at a campfire or using your ship’s stove.

To complete this Challenge, you must cook ten pieces of fish.

You can find fish in Resource Barrels found throughout the Sea of Thieves. However, you have a higher chance of finding fish in the Resource Barrels of a Shipwreck.

You can also find fish using your Fishing Rod in open water or ponds.

Once you have your pieces of fish, you can cook them on any campfire or stove you find. It takes 40 seconds to cook a piece of fish from raw.

Make sure you pick the piece of fish up before it burns!

Festival of Fishing Voyage

What are the Celebration Challenges?

Time to party pirates! Put on your sharpest looking outfit, start a shanty and raise a tankard!

Fealty to the Feast

Fly the Fest of Bounty Flag aboard your ship. Choose it from the Flag Box in the crow’s nest!

Once you have purchased the Feast of Bounty Flag from Larinna, you will be able to equip it from the Flag Box on your ship.

Climb up to the crow’s nest of your ship and equip the flag. The Challenge will complete for your entire crew.

Dressing for Dinner

Use a Clothing Chest to change at least one part of your outfit ready for the feast!

To complete this Challenge, you simply need to use your Clothing Chest to change on a piece of clothing. You can change it right back after you’ve done it once and still get credit for the Challenge.

Clothing Chest

Palate Cleanser

Head to an Outpost and spread some cheer by sharing a drink with a pirate from another crew.

To complete this Challenge, you’ll need to drink from your tankard at the same time another crew drinks from theirs while at an Outpost.

This is not a crew-based Challenge so make sure you have a tankard full of grog ready to go!

As long as one person from another crew drinks from their tankard while you drink from yours, you will complete this Challenge. You do not need to be in an Alliance with the other crew to get credit.

If you can’t find any friends at sea, your best bet might be to sail around to each Outpost, looking for another crew who is already there. Hop off and raise your tankard to show your friendly intentions! Hopefully, the other crew will join you in the merriment and drink to the event!

Frozen Horizon Clothing

A Feast for the Ears

Use a musical instrument a play a shanty along with a pirate from another crew.

To complete this Challenge, you’ll need to play your instrument at the same time another crew plays theirs while at an Outpost.

This is not a crew-based Challenge so make sure you have an instrument equipped and are ready to go!

As long as one person from another plays an instrument while you play yours, you will complete this Challenge. You do not need to be in an Alliance with the other crew to get credit.

Playing Instruments

Embarrassment of Riches

Never look a gift hoard in the mouth! Place your treasure items aboard another crew’s ship.

To complete this Challenge, you need to place just ten pieces of treasure on another crew’s ship. They do not need to turn the treasure in so you can trade treasure for a moment with another crew looking to get the Challenge done.

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!

Follow Along

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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