Skill Levels Required:
Level 90 is at least one of the following skills:
Construction
Cooking
Fishing
Herblore
Hunter
Runecrafting
Prayer
Thieving
Slayer
Quests Required:
None.
Items Needed:
None.
Skill Levels Recommended:
None.
Items Recommended:
None.
Starting Point:
Port Portal in Port Sarim, next to the warhammer shop.

Once you have your Captain's Log, you can use its teleport option to teleport straight to the portal.
Is this MiniGame Safe to play?:
Yes
Getting Started:

Table of Contents:

Starting Up Your Port:

If you meet at least one of the required skills, you can talk to The Partner inside the port to guide you through the tutorial and get your first ship.

If you don't have any of the required skill levels, then you can still participate in the port by talking to Meg. She will ask you a series of questions about adventuring and you must choose what you think is the best advice to help her succeed.

Meg returns from her adventure at 00:00GMT every Wednesday, after which you can collect an experience lamp for a random port-related skill and money reward. Once you've collected your reward, you can send her on another adventure until the next Wednesday.

Note: The money awarded and experience lamp size depend upon how well successful Meg's adventure was.

Your Own Ships:

Once you have completed the tutorial and own your first ship, you can talk to The Navigator in the port office to learn how to send it out on a voyage.

Voyages have various requirements and can take anywhere from 20 minutes to over 15 hours to complete depending on the current region of the Wushanko Isles you're exploring. More information on Voyages can be found further on in this guide.

Every successful voyage will return with a number of resources which can be used to upgrade your ships, port and crew. The number of resources obtained is displayed when selecting a voyage.

Although you only start with one ship, you can have a total of four and additional ships are unlocked by upgrading the office. It is recommended to obtain all four ships as soon as possible to increase the number of voyages you can send each day.

Ship interface

Port Interface:


Interface

At the top of your screen, you will see your resources, your visitors and six icons in the middle. These icons are:

  • Voyages Voyages - Used to view all available voyages and sent them on their way.
  • Crew Roster Crew Roster - Used to view all members of your current crew and hire any new ones.
  • Shipyard Shipyard - Used to view your current ships and customize or upgrade them.
  • Port Upgrades Upgrade Buildings - Used to view all available port building upgrades and build any you can afford.
  • Port Management Port Management - Used to select which region your ships explore and which eastern scroll they focus on collecting.
  • Jade Archipelago Map - Used to view a map of your progress through the Wushanko Isles.

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Port Resources:

As mentioned above, every successful voyage will return with a number of resources. These resources are used to improve all aspects of your port and the various resource costs of upgrades and crew members are outlined in the tables below.

When you first start managing your port you will only have access to Bamboo and Chimes, but as you progress through the Wushanko Isles and discover new regions, you will unlock more resources. Each region has a unique resource and these are:

  • Chimes Chimes - All
  • Bamboo Bamboo - The Arc
  • Gunpoweder Gunpowder - The Skull
  • Slate Black Slate - The Hook
  • Cherrywood Cherrywood - The Scythe
  • Jade Jade - The Bowl
  • Stainless steel Stainless Steel - The Pincers
  • Terracotta Terracotta - The Loop
  • Azure Azure - The Shield

Upgrading Buildings:

Upgrading buildings is a key part of managing your own port. Doing so will allow you to attract better crew, captains and adventures, improve the stats of your ship, increase your voyage rewards and make some of the best armor sets available in the game.


Upgrade interface

Bar
Name Rewards Cost
Dilapidated Bar No bonus. None
Refitted Bar 2% bonus chance to attract higher quality captains. 120 Bamboo
Renovated Bar 3% chance to attract higher quality captains.
2% bonus chance to attract adventurers.
1000 Slate and 600 Bamboo
Refurbished Bar 5% chance to attract higher quality captains.
3% chance to attract adventurers.
2000 Cherrywood and 1000 Slate
Sinister bar 7% chance to attract captains with higher Combat or Morale stats.
3% chance to attract adventurers.
5% chance of attracting higher quality captains
5000 Jade and 3000 Cherrywood
Nautical bar 7% chance to captains with higher Seafaring or Speed stats.
3% chance to attract adventurers.
5% chance to attract higher quality captain.
5000 Jade and 3000 Cherrywood
Luxurious bar 5% chance to attract adventurers.
5% chance of attracting higher quality captains
5000 Jade and 3000 Cherrywood
Office
Name Rewards Cost
Dilapidated office Unlocks an additional ship slot. None
Refitted office Unlocks an additional ship slot. 150 Bamboo
Renovated office Unlocks an additional ship slot. 4000 Black Slate and 3000 Bamboo
Refurbished office Unlocks an additional ship slot. 10,000 Jade and 8000 Cherrywood
Workshop
Name Rewards Cost
Dilapidated workshop No bonus. None
Refitted workshop Allows you to make reward items in your workshop.
Increases XP earned from workshop skill locations by 5%.
500 Slate and 2000 Bamboo (and discovery of the Hook Islands)
Renovated workshop Allows you to make reward items in your workshop.
Increases XP earned from workshop skill locations by 10%.
6000 Jade and 3000 Cherrywood
Refurbished workshop Allows you to make reward items in your workshop.
Increases XP earned from workshop skill locations by 15%.
10,000 Stainless Steel and 5000 Cherrywood
Lodgings
Name Bonus Cost
Dilapidated lodgings No bonus. None
Refitted lodgings Provides a 2% boost to attracting higher quality crew. 1500 Gunpowder
Renovated lodgings Provides a 4% boost to attracting higher quality crew. 3000 Slate and 1000 Bamboo
Daredevil lodgings Provides a 5% chance to attract higher quality crew, and an additional 2% chance to attract crew with superior Speed stats. 3000 Cherrywood and 2000 Bamboo
Cutthroat lodgings Provides a 5% boost to attracting higher quality crew, and an additional 2% chance to attract crew with superior Combat stats. 6000 Stainless Steel and 3000 Slate
Nautical lodgings Provides a 5% chance to attract higher quality crew, and an additional 2% chance to attract crew with superior Seafaring stats. 6000 Stainless Steel and 3000 Slate
Luxurious lodgings Provides a 5% boost to attracting higher quality crew, and an additional 2% chance to attract crew with superior Moral stats. 6000 Stainless Steel and 3000 Slate
Shipwright
Name Bonus Cost
Dilapidated shipwright No bonus. None
Refitted shipwright Boosts ship stats by 2%. 100 Bamboo
Renovated shipwright Boosts ship stats by 3%. 2000 Gunpowder
Nautical shipwright Boosts ship stats by 3% and Seafaring by an additional 2%. 5000 Cherrywood
Warship shipwright Boosts ship stats by 3% and Combat by an additional 2%. 6000 Stainless steel and 3000 Jade
Luxurious shipwright Boosts ship stats by 3% and Moral by an additional 2%. 6000 Stainless steel and 3000 Jade
Sleek shipwright Boosts ship stats by 3% and Speed by an additional 2%. 6000 Stainless steel and 3000 Jade
Warehouse
Name Bonus Cost
Dilapidated warehouse No bonus. None
Refitted warehouse 3% boost to chime rewards.
5% boost to bamboo rewards.
80 Bamboo and 200 chimes
Renovated warehouse 4% boost to chime rewards.
10% boost to bamboo rewards.
5% boost to gunpowder rewards.
500 Gunpowder and 1200 Chimes
Refurbished warehouse 5% boost to chime rewards.
10% boost to bamboo and gunpowder rewards.
5% boost to slate rewards.
1000 Slate and 2000 Chimes
Spacious warehouse 6% boost to chime rewards.
10% boost to Bamboo, Gunpower and Slate rewards.
5% boost to cherrywood rewards.
2000 Cherrywood and 3000 Chimes
Pristine warehouse 7% boost to chime rewards.
10% boost to Bamboo, Gunpowder, Slate and Cherrywood rewards.
5% boost to Jade rewards.
4000 Jade and 8000 Chimes
Imperial warehouse 10% boost to chime rewards.
10% boost to Bamboo, Gunpower, Slate, Cherrywood, and Jade rewards.
5% boost to Stainless Steel rewards.
10000 Stainless Steel and 15000 Chimes
Totem Hotspot
Name Bonus Cost
Telescope Increases the chance of receiving scroll missions. 3000 Jade and 2000 Cherrywood
Parrot Increases the chance of receiving XP missions. 3000 Jade and 2000 Cherrywood
Cherry Tree Increases the amount of resources received from a mission by a small amount. 3000 Jade and 2000 Cherrywood
Pandora's Box Increases the likelihood of receiving a random event in the port. 3000 Jade and 2000 Cherrywood
Jade Statue Increases trade goods received from missions by a small amount. 3000 Jade and 2000 Cherrywood
Icon Hotspot
Name Bonus Cost
Whale skull Trophy This increases your chance to attract the Whaler adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Mammoth head This increases your chance to attract the Biologist adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Occult artefact This increases your chance to attract the Occultist adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Human skull This increases your chance to attract the Assassin adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Stocks This increases your chance to attract the Convict adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Saradomin symbol This increases your chance to attract the Missionary adventurer. 1000 Chimes
The Trap This increases your chance to attract the Trapper adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Cooking Pot This increases your chance to attract the Chef adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Ornate Arch This increases your chance to attract the Architect adventurer. 1000 Chimes
Portal
Name Bonus Cost
Standard Portal Cosmetic effect only. None
Ornate Portal Cosmetic effect only. 250 Bamboo
Nautical Portal Cosmetic effect only. 1000 Gunpowder
Mystical Portal Cosmetic effect only. 2000 Black Slate
Skeletal Portal Cosmetic effect only. 5000 Cherrywood
Jade Portal Cosmetic effect only. 15 000 Jade

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Upgrading Ships:

Each of your ships has 5 slots you can customize: Rams/Figureheads, Deck items 1, Deck items 2, Hulls, and Rudders. With the exception of rudders which only reduce voyage time, each of these increases the stats of your ship and therefore the success chance of your voyage. While it is fairly easy to reach 100% chance of success when just one stat is required, some voyages will require a combination of Seafaring, Moral and Combat and you will have to carefully customize your ship to find the best setup with the highest chance of success.

Ship Upgrades

Note that Deck item 1 and Deck item 2 use the same unlock list. You only have to buy an item one time to use it in the two slots.

Rams/Figureheads
Name Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Price
Weathered Ram 0 50 0 0 None
Polished Figurehead 100 0 0 0 100 Chimes and 60 Bamboo
Sturdy Ram 0 100 0 0 100 Chimes and 60 Bamboo
Enchanted Figurehead 200 0 0 0 800 Chimes and 250 Gunpowder
Reinforced Ram 0 200 0 0 800 Chimes and 250 Gunpowder
Skeletal Figurehead 350 0 0 0 1,600 Chimes and 400 Black Slate
Armoured Ram 0 350 0 0 1,600 Chimes and 400 Black Slate
Ghostly Figurehead 500 0 0 0 3,500 Chimes and 700 Cherrywood
Battle Ram 0 500 0 0 3,500 Chimes and 700 Cherrywood
Enchanted Figurehead 600 0 0 0 7,000 Chimes and 1,000 Jade
War Ram 0 600 0 0 7,000 Chimes and 1,000 Jade
Inspiring Figurehead 800 0 0 0 10,000 Chimes and 2,600 Stainless Steel
Spitfire Cannon 0 800 0 0 10,000 Chimes and 2,600 Stainless Steel
Figurehead of the Spires 950 0 100 0 15,000 Chimes and 2,950 Terracotta
Ram of the Bladewing 0 1,100 0 0 21,000 Chimes and 3,100 Azure
Deck items
Name Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Price
Weathered Rigging 0 0 100 0 None
Small Crate of Food 100 0 0 0 140 Chimes and 100 Bamboo
Sturdy Rigging 0 0 200 0 140 Chimes and 100 Bamboo
Large Crate of Food 200 0 0 0 140 Chimes and 100 Bamboo
Single Cannon 0 200 0 0 140 Chimes and 100 Bamboo
Entwined Rigging 0 0 450 0 800 Chimes and 300 Gunpowder
Small Crate of Riches 450 0 0 0 800 Chimes and 300 Gunpowder
Cannon x2 0 450 0 0 800 Chimes and 300 Gunpowder
Oxskin Rigging 0 0 700 0 1,600 Chimes and 500 Black Slate
Large Crate of Riches 700 0 0 0 1,600 Chimes and 500 Black Slate
Heavy Cannon x2 0 700 0 0 1,600 Chimes and 500 Black Slate
Ornate Rigging 0 0 1,000 0 3,000 Chimes and 800 Cherrywood
Eastern Artefacts 1,000 0 0 0 3,000 Chimes and 800 Cherrywood
Cannon x3 0 1,000 0 0 3,000 Chimes and 800 Cherrywood
Whaleskin Rigging 0 0 1,200 0 6,000 Chimes and 1,500 Jade
Eastern Treasures 1,200 0 0 0 6,000 Chimes and 1,500 Jade
Cannon x4 0 1,200 0 0 6,000 Chimes and 1,500 Jade
Dragonskin Rigging 0 0 1,350 0 12,000 Chimes and 3,000 Stainless Steel
Eastern Relics 1,350 0 0 0 12,000 Chimes and 3,000 Stainless Steel
Heavy Cannon x4 0 1,350 0 0 12,000 Chimes and 3,000 Stainless Steel
Overwhelmingly Large Cannon x4 0 1,750 0 0 15,000 Chimes and 3,500 Terracotta
Bladewing Rigging 0 0 2,000 0 18,000 Chimes and 4,150 Azure
Fineglow Lanterns 2,000 0 0 0 18,000 Chimes and 4,150 Azure
Hulls
Name Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Price
Barnacled Hull 50 50 100 0 None
Reinforced Hull 100 150 100 50 200 Chimes and 180 Bamboo
Sleek Hull 100 100 150 50 200 Chimes and 180 Bamboo
Battle Hull 200 450 200 100 1,000 Chimes and 400 Gunpowder
Golden Hull 450 200 200 100 1,000 Chimes and 400 Gunpowder
Hull of Tides 300 300 700 200 2,000 Chimes and 700 Black Slate
Armoured Hull 300 700 300 200 2,000 Chimes and 700 Black Slate
Hull of Storms 400 400 900 300 4,000 Chimes and 1,200 Cherrywood
War Hull 400 900 400 300 4,000 Chimes and 1,200 Cherrywood
Hull of Glory 1,200 500 500 400 8,000 Chimes and 1,800 Jade
Storm Rider Hull 500 500 1,200 400 8,000 Chimes and 1,800 Jade
Golden Katana Hull 500 1,400 500 600 15,000 Chimes and 5,000 Stainless Steel
Blazing Lantern Hull 1,400 500 500 600 15,000 Chimes and 5,000 Stainless Steel
Blackwater Hull 850 750 1,700 200 30,000 Chimes and 5,000 Terracotta
Shimmering Azure Hull 1,325 1,325 1,325 150 30,000 Chimes and 6,000 Azure
Rudders
Name Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Price
Barnacled Rudder 0 0 0 100 None
Sturdy Rudder 0 0 0 200 300 Chimes and 100 Bamboo
Polished Rudder 0 0 0 450 600 Chimes and 200 Gunpowder
Gilded Rudder 0 0 0 650 1,200 Chimes and 300 Black Slate
Enchanted Rudder 0 0 0 1,000 2,400 Chimes and 500 Cherrywood
Skeletal Rudder 0 0 0 1,200 3,000 Chimes and 800 Jade
Rudder that Parts the Seas 0 0 0 1,800 6,000 Chimes and 2,000 Stainless Steel
Mist-Dancing Rudder 0 0 0 2,200 8,500 Chimes and 2,500 Terracotta
Tengu Rudder 0 0 0 2,500 10,500 Chimes and 3,100 Azure

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Crew Members:

You can recruit and upgrade your crew via the Crew Roster interface. 15 crew members are available to recruit each day, but only 3 are displayed at a time. When you hire or reroll a crew member, one of the remaining reserve will take their place. Each ship can be assigned 5 crew members and each one will effect the stats and success chance of the voyage depending on their individual stats. As you progress through the regions, new crew with higher stats will become available (see below) and each region has a special crew member unlocked by the successful completion of a unique voyage.

Crew Roster Interface

The Arc
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Travelling Drunk Travelling Drunk 70 0 0 0 None None
Stowaway Stowaway 0 70 0 0 None None
Smuggler Smuggler 0 0 70 0 None None
Varrock Chef Varrock Chef 150 0 0 0 80 Chimes None
Brimhaven Pirate Brimhaven Pirate 0 150 0 0 80 Chimes None
Catherby Fisherman Catherby Fisherman 0 0 150 0 80 Chimes None
Dwarven Engineer Dwarven Engineer 0 0 0 400 60 Chimes, 30 Bamboo None
Ardougne Shopkeeper Ardougne Shopkeeper 50 0 0 0 60 Chimes, 30 Bamboo Merchant (+10%)
Bamboo Golem Bamboo Golem 60 100 70 0 60 Chimes, 30 Bamboo Staunch
First Mate First Mate 50 50 50 0 100 Chimes, 100 Bamboo Solidarity (+25)
Cyclops Cyclops 100 150 0 0 300 Chimes, 200 Bamboo and successfully completed the Cyclosis voyage Rallying cry
The Skull
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Eastern Bannerman Eastern Bannerman 350 0 0 0 250 Chimes, 80 Gunpowder None
Eastern Musketeer Eastern Musketeer 0 350 0 0 250 Chimes, 80 Gunpowder None
Eastern Guide Eastern Guide 0 350 0 250 Chimes, 80 Gunpowder None
Fireworks Enthusiast Fireworks Enthusiast 0 0 0 800 100 Chimes, 120 Gunpowder None
Palmist Palmist 0 0 200 0 100 Chimes, 120 Gunpowder Good Fortune
Exploding Golem Exploding Golem 170 200 0 0 100 Chimes, 120 Gunpowder Staunch
Eastern Overseer Eastern Overseer 120 120 120 0 400 Chimes, 300 Gunpowder Solidarity (+50)
Siren Whalerider Siren Whalerider 0 200 350 0 600 Chimes, 300 Gunpowder and successfully completed the Siren's Shell voyage Rallying cry
The Hook
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Blazing Lantern Clansman Blazing Lantern Clansman 500 0 0 0 600 Chimes, 120 Slate None
Golden Katana Clansman Golden Katana Clansman 0 500 0 0 600 Chimes, 120 Slate None
Storm Riders Clansman Storm Riders Clansman 0 500 0 600 Chimes, 120 Slate None
Fireworks Expert Fireworks Expert 0 0 0 1200 400 Chimes, 160 Slate None
Trader Trader 150 0 0 0 400 Chimes, 160 Slate Merchant (+20%)
Soothsayer Soothsayer 0 0 300 0 400 Chimes, 160 Slate Good fortune
Slate Golem Slate Golem 250 300 0 0 400 Chimes, 160 Slate Staunch
Feral Chimera Feral Chimera 350 500 0 0 1200 Chimes, 400 Slate and successfully completed the Chimera Straights voyage Rallying cry
The Scythe
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Card Sharp Card Sharp 750 0 0 0 1000 Chimes, 140 Cherrywood None
Crows' Nest Sniper Crow's Nest Sniper 0 750 0 0 1000 Chimes, 140 Cherrywood None
Cartographer Cartographer 0 750 0 1000 Chimes, 140 Cherrywood None
Explosives Expert Explosives Expert 0 0 0 2000 500 Chimes, 220 Cherrywood None
Merchant Merchant 250 0 0 0 500 Chimes, 220 Cherrywood Merchant (+25%)
Cherrywood Golem Cherrywood Golem 300 500 0 0 500 Chimes, 220 Cherrywood Staunch
Bureaucrat Bureaucrat 250 250 250 0 1200 Chimes, 500 Cherrywood Solidarity (+25)
Sea Witch Sea Witch 350 0 750 0 2000 Chimes, 600 Cherrywood and successfully completed The Winds' Home voyage Resurrects
The Bowl
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Farcrier Farcrier 1000 0 0 0 2000 Chimes, 200 Jade None
Bounty Hunter Bounty Hunter 0 1000 0 0 2000 Chimes, 200 Jade None
Sea Dog Sea Dog 0 0 1000 0 2000 Chimes, 200 Jade None
Fireworks Maniac Fireworks Maniac 0 0 0 2500 1200 Chimes, 450 Jade None
Jade Merchant Jade Merchant 300 0 0 0 1200 Chimes, 450 Jade Merchant (+30%)
Jade Golem Jade Golem 400 650 0 0 1200 Chimes, 450 Jade Staunch
Sacrificial Soothsayer Sacrificial Soothsayer 0 0 450 0 1200 Chimes, 450 Jade Good Fortune
Judge of Dice Judge of Dice 450 450 450 0 4000 Chimes, 1000 Jade and successfully completed the Cresent Isle voyage Solidarity (+100)
The Pincers
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Travelling Band Travelling band 1200 0 0 0 4000 Chimes, 600 Stainless Steel None
Ferocious Tiger Rider Ferocious tiger rider 0 1200 0 0 4000 Chimes, 600 Stainless Steel None
Harem of Fortune Tellers Travelling band 0 0 1200 0 4000 Chimes, 600 Stainless steel None
Oxhead and Horseface Oxhead and Horseface 500 500 500 0 6000 Chimes, 1000 Stainless Steel and the Shambling Lair voyage Resurrects
The Loop
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Party Animal Party Animal 1500 0 0 0 6500 Chimes, 750 Terracotta None
Sea-fort Guard Sea-fort Guard 0 1500 0 0 6500 Chimes, 750 Terracotta None
Pearl Diver Pearl Diver 0 0 1500 0 6500 Chimes, 750 Terracotta None
Reef Rider Reef Rider 450 450 450 2500 7000 Chimes, 600 Terracotta None
Terracotta Merchant Terracotta Merchant 650 0 0 0 5550 Chimes, 1250 Terracotta Merchant (+33.3%)
Wisp Wisp 300 750 750 800 5550 Chimes, 1250 Terracotta and the Light Under Sea voyage Rallying Cry
The Shield
Name Image Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Trait
Zhonghu Player Zhonghu Player 2100 0 0 0 8000 Chimes, 850 Azure None
Gu Bodyguard Sea-fort Guard 0 2100 0 0 8000 Chimes, 850 Azure None
Stargazer Stargazer 0 0 2100 0 8000 Chimes, 850 Azure None
Azure Golem Azure golem 900 1100 0 0 2500 Chimes, 1500 Azure Staunch
Kharadian Exile Kharadian Exile 450 450 1450 850 7000 Chimes, 1500 Azure and the Exile's Point voyage Solidarity (+125)

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Voyages:

The main activity in your port is sending out ships to gather resources. These trips are known as Voyages. For each voyage you need one or more of the following stats: Morale, Combat, and Seafaring.

You can upgrade your stats by upgrading certain buildings in your port, upgrading the items on your ship, and hiring better crew.

Crew members have a color around their picture. Green stands for Morale, Red for Combat, and Blue for Seafaring. Certain crew members have other colors. They have multiple stats.

The fourth stat, Speed, doesn't increase your chance of completing missions, but it does decrease the time of your voyages.

There are two kinds of voyage: Standard voyages and Special voyages.
Standard ones can be played by anyone, but the Special voyages require an adventurer to visit your port. When you have one of the required stats, the corresponding adventurer might show up.

Standard Voyages:

Standard voyages are the source of the majority of your port resources. They are generally shorter and easier to successfully complete than Special voyages, but offer a smaller reward. By completing these voyages you can receive resources, trade goods and special crew members.

Each day you will receive 15 Standard voyages, of which only three are displayed at a time. When you send one voyage, it is replaced by another from the queue. You also have the option to reroll a voyage if you don't want to attempt it and this will again replace it with a voyage from the queue.

Special Voyages:

Each day you have a chance of attracting an adventurer to your port. The adventurers are related to each of the required skills and will only be accessible if you have level 90 in the corresponding skill:

  • The Assassin: Slayer
  • The Whaler: Fishing
  • The Missionary: Prayer
  • The Occultist: Runecrafting
  • The Biologist: Herblore
  • The Convict: Thieving
  • The Trapper: Hunter
  • The Chef: Cooking
  • The Architect: Construction

These adventurers offer three kinds of missions: resource missions, story missions and scroll missions.
The resource missions are basically the same of standard missions, but they have much better rewards.
Story missions let you continue through the storyline of that adventurer. There are no rewards for this.
Scroll missions offer eastern scroll pieces as reward. These are used for the real rewards of the Player-Owned-Port

Note: You can only do one mission per adventurer each day. So plan carefully.

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Port Distractions:

After completing a voyage, you may receive a chatbox message regarding two distractions that are available to participate in while in your port. For completing these you will receive rerolls for voyages, captains and adventurers and effects that boost the stats of your ship for one voyage (with the exception of the Lifeboat which is permanent). The two distractions are:

  • Last Orders - Surula the Barmaid
  • A Simple Favour - Felix the Black Marketeer
  • Helping Hand - Seasinger Umi

Last Orders:

After receiving the message "The Barmaid had a tricky time while the Ship was away. Speak to her to relive the events", head over the bar and talk to Surula to play Last Orders. The aim of this distraction is to serve all 20 bar patrons in under 10 minutes. This is done by clicking on the bar to collect two beers and then clicking on the people inside, outside and upstairs in the bar to serve them a beer. Surula can only hold two beers at a time, so you'll need to restock after serving two people.

A Simple Favour:

After receiving the message "The Black Marketeer had a little trouble with some assassins. Speak to him to relive the event", head over to Felix and talk to him to play A Simple Favour. The aim of this distraction is to locate the 5 Death lotus assassins hiding in barrels around the port and use their clues to locate their assassination targets.

Once it starts, look for barrels with no lid and the assassin curled up inside, then click on it to talk to them. They'll give you a clue as to who they're looking for, generally the color of a piece of their clothing or gender and you must click on the people wandering around the port area who match this description.

There are generally several who match the clue and it may take several attempts to locate the correct one, after which the assassin will appear and kill them. Repeat this process 5 times to complete the distraction.

Helping Hand:

After receiving the message: "Seasinger Umi had a small issue when helping out around port. Speak to her to relive the event", head over to Umi, located just east of the portal, and talk to her to play Helping Hand. The aim of this distraction is to help the Warehouse Worker find the items on their list. Start by talking to the Warehouse Worker to receive a clue, then search the crates and barrels to find the appropriate item. You must find 3 items.

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Rewards:

All reward items, with the exception of soups and throwing darts, can be made in standard and superior forms. The normal rewards (except throwing darts) are tradeable, but their effects/stats are slightly weaker than the superior version and they degrade faster. In the case of armor, they degrade to nothing, whereas the superior versions can be repaired for a price.

Eastern Scrolls:

You can find scrolls by completing a special voyage with a scroll as a reward. There are 4 scrolls for each item and you need to collect all 4 to unlock the ability to make the item. You can specify which item's scrolls you wish to find in the port management interface.

Eastern Scrolls

Scrimshaws:

  • Log-splitting (15% chance to split a log as you chop it, converting the log into additional Woodcutting experience.)
  • Rock-crushing (15% chance to crust ore as you mine it, converting the ore into additional Mining experience.)
  • Tree shaking (Increases the chance of finding a bird nest by 300%, occasionally implings too.)
  • Gem Finding (Chance for high-level gems to drop while Mining.)
  • Vampirism (Steal life from enemies with every melee hit.)
  • Strength (+2.5% critical hit chance with melee attacks.)
  • Elements (Adds extra elemental damage to every magic hit.)
  • Magic (+2.5% critical hit chance with magic attacks.)
  • Cruelty (Adds a chance to cause bleeding damage or poison to every ranged hit.)
  • Ranging (+2.5% critical hit chance with ranged attacks.)

Superior Scrimshaws:

Recipes:

Tetsu (Level 85 Melee Armor):

Name Image Normal Defence Stats Superior Defence Stats
Armour bonus Life bonus Armour bonus Life bonus Prayer bonus
Tetsu helm Tetsu helm 414 996 435 1020 2
Tetsu body Tetsu body 477 1992 500 2040 3
Tetsu legs Tetsu legs 456 1494 479 1530 2

Death lotus (Level 85 Ranged Armor):

Name Image Normal Defence Stats Superior Defence Stats
Armour bonus Life bonus Armour bonus Life bonus Prayer bonus
Death lotus hood Death lotus hood 414 996 435 1020 2
Death lotus chestplate Death lotus chestplate 477 1992 500 2040 3
Death lotus chaps Death lotus chaps 456 1494 479 1530 2

Seasinger's robes (Level 85 Magic Armor):

Name Image Normal Defence Stats Superior Defence Stats
Armour bonus Life bonus Armour bonus Life bonus Prayer bonus
Seasinger's hood Seasinger's hood 414 996 435 1020 2
Seasinger's robe top Seasinger's robe top 477 1992 500 2040 3
Seasinger's robe bottom Seasinger's robe bottom 456 1494 479 1530 2

Throwing Darts:

Name Image Stats
Damage Accuracy Speed
Death lotus darts Death lotus dart 816 2178 Fast
Off-hand death lotus darts Off-hand death lotus dart 406 2178 Fast

Other Armor:

Name Image Normal Stats Superior Stats
Crit Chance Armour Bonus Life Bonus Crit Chance Armour Bonus Life Bonus
Leviathan ring Leviathan ring 2.2% 78 0 2.4% 104 0
Reefwalker's cape Reefwalker's cape 1.3% 0 300 1.5% 0 400

To make the items you unlock, you need trade goods. These are received as rewards from both special and normal voyages and do not necessarily coincide with whatever scroll you are searching for. Note that you only get trade goods from the Hook region and up.

Each category has specific trade goods:

  • Ancient bones Ancient Bones - Scrimshaws and Death lotus darts
  • Spice Spices - Soups
  • Chi Chi - Seasinger's robes
  • Plate Plate - Tetsu armor
  • Lacquer Lacquer - Death lotus armor
  • Pearls Pearls - Leviathan ring
  • Koi Scales Koi Scales - Reefwalker's cape

Below is a list from the amounts of trade goods you need for each item

  • Scrimshaws: 10 ancient bones
  • Death lotus darts: 1 ancient bones and 100 ascension shards
  • Rocktail soup: 1 spice and 1 rocktail
  • Normal/Superior armor:
    • Helm: 30/40 Chi/Plate/Lacquer
    • Body: 80/100 Chi/Plate/Lacquer
    • Legs: 50/60 Chi/Plate/Lacquer
  • Leviathan ring: 80 Pearls(Normal)/100 Pearls(Superior)
  • Reefwalker's cape: 80 Koi Scales(Normal)/100 Koi Scales(Superior)

Titles:

As you progress through the Wushanko Isles and upgrade your port, your total port score (viewable in the Captain's Log) will steadily increase. When you reach certain score milestones, your rank will also increase which then unlocks the equivalent player title. There are a total of seven titles to unlock:

Title Required Port Score
the Cabin Boy/Girl 1
Bo'sun 400
First Mate 800
Cap'n 1200
Commodore 1600
Admiral 2000
Admiral of the Fleet 3500

Factors that contribute to your total port score are:

  • Distance travelled: Every 5,000 travelled = +1 (up to a maximum of 1200).
  • Scroll pieces: Each scroll piece = +3 (up to a maximum of 276 with all scrolls completed).
  • Ship upgrades: Each ship upgrade purchased = +5 (up to a maximum of 310 with all upgrades unlocked).
  • Port upgrades: Each port building upgrade purchased = +10 (up to a maximum of 270 with all upgrades unlocked).
  • Story missions: Each story mission voyage successfully completed = +20 (up to a maximum of 1260 with all missions completed).
  • Adventurers met: Each Adventurer met = +50 (up to a maximum of 450 with all Adventurers met).

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This Minigame Guide was written by CapuDie, McSwindler, and Javezz. Thanks to Zaros Ultor, loopnek, Amoa, kavorkian md, and Chswhat for corrections.
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