Discover the Journals of the Silver Blade's Captain.
A Run of Good LuckA Run of Good Luck, by Dimitri of the Silver Blade. When I was young, I learned not to believe in fate and fortune. The roll of the dice is decided not by unseen forces, but by the bumps and knots of the tabletop. But since the day we four made it to the Sea of Thieves and found this ship, the Silver Blade, just waiting for us to claim her... I've not been so sure. She must have been recently salvaged by the merfolk, I suppose, like so many other lost ships. Not that we knew that when we chose to board her. The ship was completely deserted, though we learned a little of her first crew from notes left among their belongings – who knew Flameheart ever had a son? We took the vessel for ourselves, of course, on that first lucky day. And today, if the map in my hands is worth the gold I paid, will be our luckiest day yet...Sea of Thieves
An Ancient MysteryAn Ancient Mystery, by Dimitri of the Silver Blade. When most people talk about the Ancients that used to live around here, they always act like they were so... high and mighty. Wise, mysterious, all of that. I dunno. Sometimes I think they could be properly nasty, just like everyone else. Especially when it came to protecting their really special treasures... Well, their vault was no match for us, not even with all its tricks and traps. We looted the lot, and believe me, this isn't your usual pile of treasure! There was a huge pile of bones atop the hoard, for one thing. Who knows, maybe Madame Olivia and her Weird Sisters will pay us for them. I'm more interested in that great big chest locked up in my cabin. It's got a face, which weeps constantly, but so long as it's valuable I'll live with wet feet...Sea of Thieves
Unwanted CompanyUnwanted Company, by Dimitri of the Silver Blade. In all the years I've kept a journal, I've never seen a Skeleton Ship be that persistent! They rose from the deep almost as soon as we left the vault behind. I've heard rumours of skellies going after treasures before. Something tells me they were hunting for that vault too, and we only just beat them to it. Well tough luck, bone-brains keepers out here on the seas. We lured them past one of their own Forts and left a few Gunpowder Barrels bobbing... That gave us a chance to get away, but since then we've spotted two more Skeleton Ships, both of which made a beeline for us! Can't be a coincidence. Whatever we've got on board, the skellies clearly think it's valuable. Time to head out into open waters and work out what to do next...Sea of Thieves
From Bad to WorseFrom Bad to Worse, by Dimitri of the Silver Blade. We sailed far away from any islands and lost sight of any Skeleton Ships, which meant we had no way to offload any of these treasures to the Companies. I'd never seen skeletons chase us so doggedly and was starting to wonder if they might even be brave enough to attack an Outpost and steal our ill-gottent prizes. That was when I heard the crying coming from my cabin. The chest I'd stashed away in there had slipped my mind, but it clearly didn't want to be forgotten. Great rivulets of tears were still streaming from the face carved on the lid of the chest. The cursed thing had flooded half the ship while we were distracted! The crew are taking it in turns to bail, but it's the noise that gets me. You've never heard anything so mournful, so... hopeless. I swear it keeps getting louder...Sea of Thieves
Don't Look For UsDon't Look For Us, by Dimitri of the Silver Blade. If anyone find this, stop reading now and RUN. Read the rest later on very, very dry land. Just GO! I can't believe we thought they were merfolk... They surrounded the ship, scratching and clawing. Started to sing, just like the chest. A deadly harmony... They're dragging us down. I'm locked in my cabin but those weapon... things... will break through soon. They have the Silver Blade now. They have us. I hope you never find the Silver Blade. If you do, it means it's already too late. A dark legend has found you. You belong to the Sirens.Sea of Thieves