How To Change Your Pirate In Sea Of Thieves

In Sea of Thieves, the somewhat randomized character creator goes to great lengths to give each player their own special pirate to play as. Like the game’s environments, its pirates are full of life, each with their own builds, faces, and more. It’s rare–though not unheard of–for any two pirates to look quite alike because the choices are so abundant. Having said that, some players still seek to learn how to change a pirate’s appearance in Sea of Thieves because they don’t like the one they previously picked from a carousel of randomized choices. If you’d like to know how to change your pirate in Sea of Thieves, here’s a quick guide on the subject.

How to make a new pirate in Sea of Thieves

Though you can customize your pirate’s hair, clothes, tattoos, and more to make them your own, their basic attributes like height, weight, face, and other things aren’t alterable, at least not in pieces. Each player gets one pirate per account, but you can change your pirate by visiting the Pirate Emporium, either straight from the main menu when you open the game or on any outpost–it’s always situated above the Order of Souls’ dwellings. You’ll just need to look for the blue and gold coin, which is the symbol for Ancient Coins, the game’s real-money currency.

Beware the Pirate Emporium. They say many an Ancient Coin have gone in, only to never be seen again.
Beware the Pirate Emporium. They say many an Ancient Coin have gone in, only to never be seen again.

For 149 Ancient Coins, or about $2, you can purchase a Pirate Appearance Potion, which allows you to re-enter the randomized carousel of new pirates. You’ll maintain all of your stats and currency such as Gold and rank, so don’t worry about losing those things–this is purely cosmetic. As before, you can cycle through a small rotary of pirates, refreshing at will, or even saving some so they remain an option while you refresh the others.

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Author: Mark Delaney