Cargo are items available for trade between ports at shops, and take up space in the ship's hold. With the exception of Fuel, Supplies, and Petrichor, the buying and selling of cargo items through regular shops costs the same, netting no loss or profit.
Value, Bargains and Prospects[edit | edit source]
Cargo can be purchased for below market price using Bargains, and sold for above market price using Prospects. They can also be purchased at market price from various ports and sold at market price at main hubs.
Unlike other cargo, Fuel and Supplies can be bought from main hubs as well as man other ports, and they sell for half as much.
|Cargo||Buy Price||Sell Price|
The gain per cargo below assumes acquiring the cargo via most common bargains and later selling it via a common prospect. Higher and lower profit can be made from some rare bargains and prospects. The reward for completing a normal prospect is usually a Savage Secret, Vision of the Heavens, Sky-Story or Salon-Stewed Gossip as well as 100-200 experience.
|Cargo||Market||Bargain||Prospects||Gain per Cargo|
|Crate of Munitions||60||40||60-120||80|
Illicit cargo can be bought from The Gentlemen in Eleutheria, Wit & Vinegar Lumber Company in Albion, and Titania in The Reach. Each location will buy back the cargo that it sells for a drastically reduced price. The cargo must be smuggled to a different region to be sold for a profit. The gain per cargo below assumes purchasing the cargo at the appropriate port and selling it via prospect. The reward for completing smuggling prospects is much greater than that of common cargo: 1000-2000 sovereigns and either 2-3 of a common possession or one of the rarer ones such as a Crimson Promise, Invitation to Perdurance or Favour Bestowed.
|Cargo||Buy Price||Sell Price||Prospect||Gain per Cargo|
Goods[edit | edit source]
Contraband[edit | edit source]
|Image||Cargo||Description||Buy at||Sell at||Price|
|Trunk of Illicit Literature||What censored sentiments are held within its pages? Are they seditious? Revolutionary? Lascivious? The Ministry of Public Decency would be horrified.|
|Hogshead of Starshine||Star-rakers comb water from the glassy pools of Eleutheria into these mirrored jars. It is laced with familiar starlight, shed by stars visible from Old Earth.|
|Firkin of Red Honey||One of Fallen London's earliest and most persistent sins. To taste red honey is to walk the corridors of another's heart. None of their secrets will be safe from you.|