The Blue Kingdom
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The Blue Kingdom is one of the four regions of the High Wilderness. It is still ruled by a sun, and inhabited by the dead.
Overview[edit | edit source]
The Blue Kingdom is the smallest region in the game, but also the most challenging, and should only be attempted by high-level Captains with very well-equipped ships. There are a number of new, difficult opponents which will try to attack you, but that isn't the only reason to leave the Blue Kingdom until you're ready for it. The Blue Kingdom can be very frustrating to navigate, because of it s unique bureaucracy. Your Blue Kingdom Status limits which ports you can interact with, and you will need to spend expensive resources just to work the system or bend the rules to even get encounters. What's more, you can't buy Supplies in the Blue Kingdom. The only sustenance there is petrichor, the food of the dead, which will keep you alive but incurs a potentially hefty penalty upon leaving the Kingdom. And finally, there are relatively few trade opportunities in the Blue Kingdom.
The Blue Kingdom[edit | edit source]
|Name||Circle in the Blue Kingdom||Log Entries|
|Sky Barnet||Outer||Once, devils ruled here. Now, only bureaucracy.|
Sky Barnet, where London has made an outpost in the kingdom of the dead.
|The House of Days||Outer||This is the court of the Sun's Daughter, whose radiance is a glory of the heavens.|
This is the House of Days, where the Pansekritis may be petitioned.
|The Forge of Souls||Outer||Crew press their noses to the windows, hoping for a glimpse of the fabled Forge of Souls.|
The sky ahead is smogged with gleaming dust: you near the Forge of Souls.
|The White Well||Outer||Here judgement is pronounced and sentence executed.|
|Wellmouth||Outer||Here a prison of the Blue Kingdom, reserved for punishment of the erroneous dead.|
White Well, where the guilty are condemned.
|Death's Door||Outer||A stoker sings: "The wind doth blow today, my love, and a few small drops of rain. I never had but one true love, and in cold grave she was lain."|
Even from here, you can hear digging. This is Death's Door, where the dead tunnel to their final progress.
|The Shadow of the Sun||Outer||(none)|
|Name||Circle in the Blue Kingdom||Type||Log Entry|
|Horologion||Outer||Wonder||Horologion: the dial by which the servants of the Sapphir'd King move.|
The movement of Horologion dictate the rituals and observances of the Blue Kingdom.