Uncharted island map
|Uncharted island map|
|Release||10 October 2016 (Update)|
|Destroy||Are you sure? This item cannot be reclaimed and they are finite.|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|It shows directions to a seemingly abundant uncharted island.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
Uncharted island map is an item that can be randomly obtained when gaining experience outside the Arc. It allows a free passage to an Uncharted Isle. It has a read option which prompts a dialogue pointing the player to Quartermaster Gully. When the map is taken to him, he offers a voyage to an Uncharted Isle with no supplies cost. The Uncharted Isle will have 3-5 special resources, equivalent to a long voyage.
Players will only be able to receive a new uncharted island map if they do not already have one in their inventory or bank, and can obtain only one per two days.
When found, players will receive the game message: "While training, you find a map to an uncharted island in the eastern lands." Reading the map prompts the player to say "If I take this to my quartermaster in the Wushanko Isles, I can visit this island."
However, the following message is shown if the player tries to read the map without having started the Arc: "I'm not sure what this is for. There's a stamp on it for Stan's Trading Company - I wonder if that could be Trader Stan in Port Sarim."
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Mod Orion had stated that players could only ever obtain a finite number of uncharted island maps, insinuating they were a limited resource. During development however, this seems to have either changed or was never implemented in this manner, as players are able to obtain more than the specified number.
- When the travel option is selected on Quartermaster Gully whilst the map is within the player's inventory, he says "I see ye have a map to a remote uncharted island there, cap'n - would you like to sail there? It won't even cost us any supplies!"
- The map shares an icon with the Treasure map from the Ghosts Ahoy quest.
- The image on the map appears to resemble Dragontooth Island, which is not part of the Wushanko Isles. This is because the Treasure map from the Ghosts Ahoy quest depicts Dragontooth Island.
- The map's name is an oxymoron, as the uncharted island is charted on the map.
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