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Titania
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Titania (Sidebar)
Located in The Reach
Ports Valentine Square
Shops The Sapphire'd Souk
The Midnight Rose

Titania is a port in the outer circle of the Reach, located in the same segment as Leadbeater & Stainrod's Nature Reserve.

Log Entries[edit | edit source]

A heady pollen-scent permeates the bridge, fierce as blooming lilies.
The sky-winds are calmer, here. Lazy breezes, prickled with pollen.
You hear a distant drone. A crewman grimaces. "Chorister-bees," he mutters.

A buzzing sound in the air. The Repentant Devil is restless. "Titania always called them."
Chorister Bee carcasses float outside. "Weapons ready," orders Cinders. "We're near Titania."
Chorister Bee carcasses strike the hull. The Fatalistic Signalman sighs: "Titania."
The Clay Conductor is enraptured. "Listen, Captain – the bees! What sweet music!"
The Driver points at Titania. "Flower of the Reach. Father wanted to move here. But bees happened."
The Eccentric stares, entranced, at the delicate lights of Titania.
The Incognito Princess's eyes gleam. "Titania is like a brooch. I want it."
The Inconvenient Aunt peers from a porthole. "Titania is such an odd place. A little garish for my tastes."
Today, your crew rescued the useless cat from a cannon, an endeavour complicated by an excess of biting.
"If I could shrink her, I'd put Titania on display behind glass," says the Chiropterous Hoarder, voice rasping and hungry."

Valentine Square[edit | edit source]

Titania is cupped in the petals of a colossal orchid. Heady with scent, lurid with colour. An enclave of Bohemians have made it their home, seeking inspiration in the wildness of the Reach.


Oberon's Landing
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295370


Oberon's Landing[edit | edit source]

"The port unfurls itself, welcoming you ashore. Titania Port Aesthetic(PortDescription)"

Trigger conditions

Titania icon.png Key of Titania ≤ 0,


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Look for the magician
The Fortunate Navigator wants to see a tiger, and needs a magician to do so. If she isn't afraid of bees, Miss Peppercorn – the travelling magician – might be here.
Gone
You are directed to the mayor, who is dismayed to disappoint you. "Peppercorn always seems to rush off the moment she's done here. Perhaps it's the pollen?" She walks around the Fortunate Navigator and frowns at the body on his back. "Is that an art piece?"

Still, you've narrowed down the list.

Game note: Each time you fail to find the magician, you increase your chance of finding them at the next location.


A new start for Titania
Three of Titania's most prominent citizens are arguing about the new direction of the port, post bee-pocalypse.
Advise on Titania's next upgrade
There is much to be done, if the Founders can only agree on what. Current Funding Progress is Titania Funding(FundingLevel). Port Damage is Titania Port Damage(PortDamageLevel)

Game note: Titania must be fully repaired and funded to start a new project.


Contribute funds to Titania
The bigger the port gets, the more opportunities it will offer.

Game note: Titania must be fully repaired to fund new construction.


Assist with Port Repairs
Meet with the Rhapsodic Mayor
As First amongst Founders, she gets Titania's only office.

Game note: The Mayor is only available when the port is undamaged.


Write a Port Report
Such beauty! Such a pity about the nearby Chorister Hive.
A thousand voices
What is Titania? A question with no easy answer. To the poets, a place of inspiration. To the stone workers, an untouched slab. To the playwrights, a blank page. A place of tranquillity, of creation, and— Your interviewee pauses, suddenly looking worried. Do you hear buzzing? Apologies. Must get inside.
Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.


Deliver your musician from the Blue Kingdom Embassy
It's her stop.
The musician disembarks
She makes her way to the nearest public place. She sings about the coming of the end, the closing of the book, the full stop and the silence that follows. By the time she has finished her song, a rapt crowd has gathered. Some of the Titanians are in tears. She launches into another.
Commission a statue that depicts an ending
"Any ending will do," the Orator told you.
A finished sculpture
There are two types of ending. Something can end because it is completed. Or something can end because it is destroyed.

After much conversation and debate with your sculptors, you decide to commission a statue of a book. The right side of the book is open to its final page; the left side is devoured by flames.

You can finish a book by reading to its end, you see, or you can finish a book by setting it on fire.

When the sculpture is finished, it stands in Titania's main square as a permanent testament to the dual Philosophy of the Blue Kingdom.
Wit & Vinegar: Find the Midnight Rose
The Midnight Rose, who trade in red honey, have their base here. The Gloomy Middleman wants you to find out why the honey supply has dried up.
Drop off a settler
You're here!
Visit the Benthic College Enclave
Visit the Museum
Visit the Salon
Visit the Academy
Visit the Theatre
Visit the Nature Reserve
Visit the Chorister Hive
What was once the greatest threat to this port has become one of its crowning glories.
Explore Titania
Such a glorious place! Every step reveals new wonders.
The Jewel of the Reach
Light sparkles through the jewelled petals onto the marble-white paths. Wherever you explore, poets and singers perform their latest work, while artists peer behind canvases to try to capture the beauty in oil and chalk. In the horrors of the High Wilderness, this is a place of safety and wonder where nothing could possibly disturb the peace. Hmm. But what is that buzzing in the distance?

Game note: Return to Titania later to see how it is faring.


Find the Race Marshal
Lord Rochester is staying with the Mayor. He needs to confirm you've reached Titania.
"Good lord. You're late!" Lord Rochester looks up from his honeyed toast with astonishment. "Well? Don't just stand around. Bally well get a shake on!" He waves you out of the Office, though not before ensuring your engine is stocked up for the journey back.



Meeting with the Rhapsodic Mayor
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295420


Meeting with the Rhapsodic Mayor[edit | edit source]

Titania's petals fill the air with a perpetual perfume – but eventually you become accustomed to it. Even so, the scent of the many flowers in the Mayor's small office sends your senses reeling. Obviously unaffected, she sits behind her desk and gestures for you to take the other chair.


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Request a cutting of a petal
The Phlegmatic Researcher in the Leadbeater & Stainrod Nature Reserve has expressed interest in Titania.
A simple request
The Rhapsodic Mayor is only too happy to oblige you. "I'll have a sample sent to your engine in a moment," she says. "We may not be scientifically minded here, but we do love to learn more about our wonderful flower!"
Request a cutting of a petal
The Phlegmatic Researcher in the Leadbeater & Stainrod Nature Reserve has expressed interest in Titania.
A simple request
The Rhapsodic Mayor is only too happy to oblige you. "I'll have a sample sent to your engine in a moment," she says. "We may not be scientifically minded here, but we do love to learn more about our wonderful flower!"
Ask the Mayor about Titania
How can a place like this flourish out here in the dark?
Flower of the High Wilderness
"A spectacular place, isn't it? We couldn't believe that nobody else had colonised it after, well, whoever built all the crystal domes and spires. Honestly, I can't believe our luck."
Ask the Mayor about Titania
How can such a beautiful place exist out here?
Flower of the High Wilderness
"A spectacular place, isn't it? We couldn't believe that nobody else had colonised it after, well, whoever built all the crystal domes and spires. Honestly, I couldn't believe our luck. Then the Chorister Hive descended on us. Everything has a price, I suppose."
Ask the Mayor about Titania
How can a place like this flourish out here in the dark?
Flower of the High Wilderness
"A spectacular place, isn't it? We couldn't believe that nobody else had colonised it after, well, whoever built all the crystal domes and spires. Then we found out that Titania's pollen attracted the Chorister Hive and that... well, that was less pleasant." She smiles. "Ancient history now, though. You really must try some of our fresh nectar."
Ask about work in the Port
Even a place like this must want for something.
A polite refusal
The Rhapsodic Mayor shakes her head. "I think you will find us most self-sufficient, Captain. Enjoy your visit. Take in some poetry. If I think of anything that we might require, you will be the first to know."
Return to the Main Square
There is nothing more to be done here.


Wit & Vinegar: Finding the Midnight Rose
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 307210


Wit & Vinegar: Finding the Midnight Rose[edit | edit source]

Somewhere amidst the garrets and galleries of Titania hide the Midnight Rose. They make red honey, an old London vice. The manner of its creation is a secret, but is rumoured to require a breed of rose first grown in hell, bees, and memories harvested from caged subjects. Imbibing red honey allows you to live those memories; to ransack the contents of another's heart.


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Employ the arts of deduction
Search for clues. Tail suspicious characters.
Failed event
Stymied
People are unquestionably aware of the Rose, but share nothing. Curiously, they don't seem afraid of the Rose. Instead, they seem protective, as if it was something sacred and precious. You will have to pursue alternate methods.
Successful event
A case solved
You identify people of interest, rule out those less promising, and question or shadow the ones who are left. In this way, you progress from the imbibers of red honey, to its vendors, and finally to its manufacturers. The Gloomy Middleman's name secures you a meeting. A precarious descent of ladders leads down to the hideout of the Midnight Rose: a spiral of rickety platforms clinging to the great orchid's stalk. There, the Rose have constructed an edifice of glass, someting between an orangery and a cowshed. It hums with bees, and shivers with sobbing.
Ask the Incognito Princess if she knows where to find them
You have heard that the royal family were enthusiastic devotees of red honey. Perhaps she can help.
Like moths to a flame
"Oh, honey made me the woman I am today," she says, with a secretive smile. "I'd be happy to help." She strides from salon to salon, letting a crowd of adoring poets, artists and addicts flock to her. Within an hour, she has secured you an introduction. A precarious descent of ladders leads down to the hideout of the Midnight Rose: a spiral of rickety platforms clinging to the great orchid's stalk. There, the Rose have constructed an edifice of glass, something between an orangery and a cowshed. It hums with bees, and shivers with sobbing.
Engage in a trade of gossip
You are well-supplied with the sort of salacious rumours that Titanians adore.
The coin of the realm
You do a tour of the salons, buying trust with your enticing tales of courtly life and Bohemian squabbles. A precarious descent of ladders leads down to the hideout of the Midnight Rose: a spiral of rickety platforms clinging to the great orchid's stalk. There, the Rose have constructed an edifice of glass, something between an orangery and a cowshed. It hums with bees, and shivers with sobbing.

Advanced query needs investigation Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.


Game note: The higher your Affiliation: Boheme, the less Salon-Stewed Gossip this will require.


Speak to Bohemians of your acquaintance
You are a celebrity in Bohemian circles. If you require an introduction to the Rose, you need only ask.
Eager to please
A Carmine-Lipped Sculptor, a passionate taster of honey, is eager to introduce you to her vice. A precarious descent of ladders leads down to the hideout of the Midnight Rose: a spiral of rickety platforms clinging to the great orchid's stalk. There, the Rose have constructed an edifice of glass, something between an orangery and a cowshed. It hums with bees, and shivers with sobbing.



The Porphyry Font
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 310946


The Porphyry Font[edit | edit source]

A veiled pavilion rests in the curve of one of Titania's great petals. Here, the Melancholy Poet gathers stories from skyfarers. She then arranges to pass them on to any artist or writer willing to pay for inspiration to spur their brush or steer their pen.


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Donate a Sky-Story
Skyfarer's tales always pique the Poet's interest.
A modest reward
The Poet shivers, as though the chill of the High Wilderness was on their shoulders. A few notes are made in a velvet-bound notebook. The Poet smiles encouragingly. "Do come back."

Game note: Gain 15 Sovereigns and 10 Experience.


Donate three Sky-Stories
A brace of stories to convey the wonders of the skies.
A demanding audience
The Poet presses you for more details. "But, Captain, were you terrified? Ecstatic? My artists will want to know." Your answer is written down and heavily underlined.

Game note: Gain 50 Sovereigns and 30 Experience.


Donate five Sky-Stories
Your travels have brought you to the farthest wilds of the heavens. You've seen things others couldn't imagine.
Awe-inspiring
The Melancholy Poet fills a whole journal and sends out for a fresh bottle of ink. When you are finished, the Poet needs a moment to think. "This will need to go to someone of singular talent." Your payment is brought in.

Game note: Gain 85 Sovereigns and 50 Experience.


Donate a Vision of the Heavens
Something precious, briefly glimpsed, forever remembered.
A reverie
The Melancholy Poet sighs longingly. "Such courage, Addressed As(SpeechFormal). Oh, to walk the paths of heaven and glut your eye with wonders." The reward is handsome. The Poet's look is admiring.

Game note: Gain 70 Sovereigns and 50 Experience.


Donate a Moment of Inspiration
The Melancholy Poet will also arrange for well-paying artists to enjoy the presence of a muse.
Amusements
You give an afternoon to one of the port's prized artists, strolling over the nectar-dripping petals of Titania, lost in conversation. Her eyes barely leave you. By evening they are alight with ideas.

Game note: Gain 300 Sovereigns and 250 Experience.


Donate a Captivating Treasure
A luminous wonder of the heavens that could serve as raw material for the mind or the craft.
Captivated
"Oh, Captain," the Melancholic Poet breathes when they see what you have brought, "my Captain."

Game note: Gain 650 Sovereigns and 500 Experience.



The Midnight Rose
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 307214

Titania is a Sunless Skies Story Event.

The Midnight Rose[edit | edit source]

The Midnight Rose are a close-knit coterie that produce precise vintages of red honey. If you want to taste the bleak memories of an orphan, or the excesses of a reckless libertine, they are able to provide. Their leader is an Ethereal Apiarist, whose laced gowns are stained at the hem with grass and soil. Bees crawl, lazily, in her wild hair.

Trigger conditions

Smuggling icon.png Wit & Vinegar: a Smuggler's Tale ≥ 20

Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Hand over an Unlicensed Chart
There are paths through the clogging undergrowth of the Reach that even this once-smuggler turned Revenue Man won't know.
Secret ways
You and the Apiarist spend a coffee-fuelled night combing your chart, plotting new, hidden routes for their couriers to use. The way will be dangerous. You have had to favour circuitous, little-used paths plagued by the Candlewind. But a dreadnought would never be able to traverse them. The Ethereal Apiarist is pleased. The Gloomy Middleman probably won't be, but he might be slightly less miserable. You'd better deliver the good news to him.
Siphon some funds towards creating a front for their contraband
Official activities at Titania could provide plausible cover for smuggling honey.
Under their noses
Libraries need books, and books can be hollowed out. Salons need wine, which comes in barrels in which you can conceal jars. Museums need visitors, and visitors have pockets and bags. You ensure that your current project in Titania will have an agreement with the Midnight Rose. Soon, they'll be able to slip their contraband right past this canny new captain. The Ethereal Apiarist is pleased. The Gloomy Middleman probably won't be, but he might be slightly less miserable. You'd better deliver the good news to him.

Game note: You must be at least 50% of the way towards funding a project at Titania to do this.


Accompany her as she works in the glass house
She is disarmingly frank. The Red Honey trade seems to be something of an open secret in Titania; the other side of the port's coin.
The honey-harvest
Rosebushes heap against the glass and climb in thorny tangles through the greenhouse. Among them are tall cages, each occupied by a prisoner. Bees buzz into and out of their ears, and sip from the corners of their eyes. The prisoners cry out, and sob, and plead. "Look closer," the Apiarist says. Around each of their necks hangs a key on a chain. "They can free themselves at any time, but choose not to. They are artists, you see. They believe they must suffer if they are to one day make great art."
That's bollocks isn't it?
Art no more relies on misery than plumbing relies on ennui.
She has the dignity to look awkward. "Yes, well. They are romantics. Perhaps telling themselves this lie will give them the confidence to make something remarkable. Think of it as a placebo: the medicine was only water and sugar, but the patient still recovered."
Say nothing
Keep your thoughts to yourself.
You finish your tour, watching the bees hurry from cage, to rose, to the hives that stand at one end of the glass house, red as berries.
Compliment her appalling ingenuity
She has, after all, managed to convince her victims that they are customers.
Her face makes no expression. "We are democratising art," she says, loftily. "Thanks to our cage-garden, a writer need not speculate about the sorrow of a lover as their beloved dies; they can taste our honey and know it themselves. We are no longer subject to the tyranny of experience."
Ask why the export of honey to London has slowed
The Apiarist sighs.
A problem
"The Revenue Men," she says, darkly. "They've appointed a new captain to patrol the skies nearby. He used to be one of the Gentlemen, the smugglers who operate out of Pan, and he knows a lot of the tricks." Inconvenient. You'll need to find a way to circumvent this canny captain.



Attending an Art Exhibition
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 303708


Attending an Art Exhibition[edit | edit source]

Titania's largest petal hums with activity. The Melancholy Poet, Rhapsodic Mayor and Stone-Faced Sculptor have brought their best students together to showcase their work. They stand at a respectful distance, glaring at each other.

Trigger conditions

Calendar icon.png DateClock icon.png An Opportunity in Titania,


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Attend the exhibition
Rickety wooden stages showcase the students' latest work.
Basking in culture
You spend several pleasant hours surrounded by art, much of it painted with pigments sourced from the Reach's unique flora and inspired by the lingering threat of Chorister Bees. Once the visitors have moved away, however, they immediately launch into lengthy diatribes on the many ways they could have done better.
Encourage a visitor to invest in Titania
A few brave art-lovers from Albion are wandering the exhibits.
The endless wallets of aristocracy
Although the prospect of advancing the cultural excellence of Titania doesn't do much for His Lordship, the mention of 'enduring prestige' and 'big plaque for the donor' does. You leave him negotiating the power of his pocketbook with the Rhapsodic Mayor.


Recruit the Rat Brigade
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 302945


Recruit the Rat Brigade[edit | edit source]

""Oi! Down here." Three rats glower up at you. They're wearing tattered military uniforms and carry rusted derringers. They're polite enough to point them elsewhere. "

Game note: Officers require a sign-on fee.


Trigger conditions

Ratty Reunion ≤ 0,
Ratbrigade icon.png The Rat Brigade ≤ 0,
Affiliationacadame icon.png Airs of Officers ≥ 1 ≤ 25,
Ratbrigade icon.png Learning about the Rat Brigade ≤ 0,
Ratty Revengers ≤ 0,


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Invite them to board your locomotive
Many hands make light work.
A new beginning
The smallest, most scarred rat is called Cinders. She introduces her companions. "This—" she indicates the rat wearing goggles "—is my second, Petronella: our mechanic." She gestures towards a rat with glossy fur. "And this is our agent provocateur, Albrecht." The rat inclines his head. "We need a locomotive." These battle-hardened rats are all that remain of the Rat Regiment: a mercenary company active in the early days of the Winchester War. "Used to be a dozen of us – the best sappers around," says Cinders. "Now look at us." Her whiskers twitch. "Time for that later. We'll pay, Addressed As(SpeechInformal)."

Game note: This will get you Chief Engineers who will increase your Iron by 10.


Rebuilding Titania[edit | edit source]

A New Start For Titania
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295382


A New Start For Titania[edit | edit source]

The Rhapsodic Mayor looks relieved to see you. "Ah, Captain. Perhaps you can help settle a little matter for us. We've agreed that we need to choose one style and stick with it, but..." She sighs, gesturing at her fellow council members, the Melancholy Poet and Stone-Faced Sculptor. "Well, we find ourselves at an impasse. Your thoughts?"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Advocate for an Albion style
"A little slice of home in the Reach," says the Rhapsodic Mayor. "A sturdy rock from which we can help guide the future."
A direction is agreed
The Rhapsodic Mayor is quick to capitalise on this moment of agreement. Before the day is out, the docks at least have a familiar Albion look to them. The rest of the port will take a little longer before it is ready for expansion.


Game note: Each Captain in your Lineage will be able to choose another expansion for Titania, until the Port is completed. You can also donate to its progress to continue expanding it with a single Captain, but this will get more expensive as development continues.

Game note: The more you expand the Port, the more Bargains, Prospects and other opportunities will be made available, with individual buildings offering one boon per Captain.

Game note: You must have visited Albion to choose this.


Advocate for an Eleutherian aesthetic
"Her dark beauty. The lure of the classic and the pagan." The Melancholy Poet almost cracks a slight smile. "What inspiration we can draw from that horror."
A direction is agreed
The Melancholy Poet is quick to capitalise on this moment of agreement. Before the day is out, most of the buildings have been cleared away for a more natural look. The rest of the port will take a little longer before it is ready for expansion.


Game note: Each Captain in your Lineage will be able to choose another expansion for Titania, until the Port is completed. You can also donate to its progress to continue expanding it with a single Captain, but this will get more expensive as development continues.

Game note: The more you expand the Port, the more Bargains, Prospects and other opportunities will be made available, with individual buildings offering one boon per Captain.

Game note: You must have visited Eleutheria to choose this.


Back away
This is none of your business.
You depart swiftly
They are unlikely to come to a decision any time soon.

Game note: You can return later and help make a decision.



The Titania Redevelopment Committee
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295374

The Titania Redevelopment Committee[edit | edit source]

The Rhapsodic Mayor, Stone-Faced Sculptor and Melancholy Poet stand in a circle of Titania's ever-vocal Bohemians, arguing themselves to a standstill. The Mayor waves you over. "Perfect timing, Captain."


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Listen in on the arguments
The three squabble like artists; relentlessly, but with very well chosen words.
Rebuilding Titania
All three are agreed that Titania represents a phenomenal new opportunity for Art. Where they differ is on whose definition to use. At this rate they will be lucky to agree before the dawn of the new century.
Advocate for a Salon
"A place for poetry, conversation, tea, and scones," offers the Stone-Faced Sculptor. "Ahem. I rather think you mean scones..." corrects the Melancholy Poet.
Put to a vote
With your support, the suggestion passes. Construction begins.

Game note: Titania only has room for two projects of this size


Advocate for a Museum
"Devoted to what? We'll decide later." The Rhapsodic Mayor waves her hand at this minor detail. "Something to impress, to educate. Something worthy."
Put to a vote
With your support, the suggestion passes. Construction begins.

Game note: Titania only has room for two projects of this size


Advocate for a Scientific Enclave
"A good friend of mine from Benthic College has been looking for a place where they can conduct their... how do I put this... less conservative experiments," offers the Melancholy Poet. "I thought Root's End would be perfect. Remote. Not very flammable."
Put to a vote
With your support, the suggestion passes. Construction begins.

Game note: Titania only has room for two projects of this size


Advocate for a nature reserve
"What could be more suitable for our new Eleutherian inspiration than a place to enjoy the glories of the natural world?" The Rhapsodic Mayor can already picture it.
Put to a vote
With your support, the suggestion passes. Construction begins.

Game note: Titania only has room for two projects of this size


Advocate for a Poetry Academy
The Melancholy Poet almost stamps her feet. "Of course we must make this a home for the greatest and most noble of the art-forms." ("Music?" asks the Rhapsodic Mayor. "Statues?" demands the Stone-Faced Sculptor. The Melancholy Poet glowers. "A plague on both your houses. One with great big festering buboes.")
Put to a vote
With your support, the decision passes. Construction begins.

Game note: Titania only has room for two projects of this size


Advocate for a Theatre
The Stone-Faced Sculptor spreads his arms. "Not just any theatre. The greatest theatre in the Reach." He hesitates. "Are there any others? Well, if there are, they'll be smaller."
Put to a vote
With your support, the suggestion passes. Construction begins.

Game note: Titania only has room for two projects of this size


Suggest research into Anti-Bee Defences
"In retrospect, perhaps we should have started with these..." says the Rhapsodic Mayor. The other councillors nod their slightly embarrassed agreement.
Safety for Titania
The soporific poison from your Caged Catches prove as effective as the Rhapsodic Mayor had hoped. Mixed with Titania's pollen, they lure the Hive from the public areas and soon the Chorister Hive's scouts find themselves slipping into restful sleep.

The Mayor clicks her fingers. "Get some ropes," she orders. I have an idea."

Game note: You have finished building Titania. A new Lineage may make different choices and unlock alternative options. For now, each new Captain can enjoy the Boons you have made available, as well as take advantage of Bargains and Prospects from your buildings.

Game note: You must complete your other Projects before building this.


Return to the Main Dome
They can argue amongst themselves.


Donating to Titania
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295399

Donating to Titania[edit | edit source]

"The Rhapsodic Mayor is pleased to receive your contribution. "Every little helps!" she smiles. A pause. "Though 'a lot' definitely helps more." Current Funding Progress: Titania Funding(FundingLevel) "

Game note: This unlocks the ability to keep constructing Titania with your current Captain. The next Captain in your lineage will find it ready for expansion.


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Contribute a hundred Sovereigns
A very generous donation.
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor shakes your hand. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Funding Progress: Titania Funding(FundingLevel)
Contribute five hundred sovereigns
An extremely generous donation.
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor shakes your hand. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Funding Progress: Titania Funding(FundingLevel)
Contribute a thousand sovereigns
An incredibly generous donation!
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor shakes your hand. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Funding Progress: Titania Funding(FundingLevel)
Fund the next stage of Titania
If you have the money, the Mayor will be glad to take it.
The Mayor is speechless
The Rhapsodic Mayor shakes your hand. "Such generosity! We will get to work at once!"

Advanced query needs investigation Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.


Return to the Main Dome
Enough charity for today.


Repairing Titania
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Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295406

Repairing Titania[edit | edit source]

"The Rhapsodic Mayor is delighted to receive your contribution. "Excellent. Those infernal buzzing creatures of destruction..." Current Port Damage: Titania Port Damage(PortDamageLevel)"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Contribute ten Sovereigns
A slightly generous donation.
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor looks pleased. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Port Damage: Titania Port Damage(PortDamageLevel)
Contribute twenty Sovereigns
A moderately generous donation.
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor looks pleased. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Port Damage: Titania Port Damage(PortDamageLevel)
Contribute fifty Sovereigns
A reasonably generous donation.
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor looks pleased. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Port Damage: Titania Port Damage(PortDamageLevel)
Contribute a hundred Sovereigns
An extremely generous donation.
Donation accepted
The Rhapsodic Mayor looks pleased. "Thank you, Captain. We'll put it to good use." Current Port Damage: Titania Port Damage(PortDamageLevel)
Pay for all port repairs
A really quite impressive donation!
The Mayor is speechless
This will be more than sufficient. Thank you!

Advanced query needs investigation Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.


Return to the Main Dome
Enough charity for now.



Titania Buildings[edit | edit source]

You can only chose Albio or Eleutheria on your lineage

Albion Style[edit | edit source]

You can only chose two of the three building on your linage

The Benthic Enclave at Root's End
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295408


The Benthic Enclave at Root's End[edit | edit source]

"Titania_Albion_RoyalSociety(SletDescription)"

Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help decide a direction for the Enclave
The Melancholy Poet is surrounded by scientists, demanding to know what they should be building.
The way of progress
"No, we are not letting you build another clockwork sun— Ah!" The Melancholy Poet almost looks pleased to see you. "Finally, someone sensible. Help me decide on one of these plans, would you?"
Advocate for an observatory
The skies are much clearer here than in Albion. What wonders might they see?
"Good, good." The Melancholy Poet seems to care little for the decision, as long as it stays made. "Do that. Hurry up. Before anyone complains."
Advocate for a workshop
This is the perfect place to develop new inventions and devices.
"Good, good." The Melancholy Poet seems to care little for the decision, as long as it stays made. "Do that. Hurry up. Before anyone complains."
Advocate for a Great Exhibition
A place for the Benthic Enclave to show off the latest Albion technologies.
"Good, good." The Melancholy Poet seems to care little for the decision, as long as it stays made. "Do that. Hurry up. Before anyone complains."
Leave them to their arguments
They won't be resolving them any time soon.
Nobody notices you slip away.
Take the Royal Astronomer to the Telescope
Surely one telescope is much like another.
Too far
The Royal Astronomer takes his eye from the glass. "No. No good. We'll need the main telescope at the Royal Society in Albion. I just hope they let us use it."
Request a boon of Titania
For safety, civilians are not normally allowed to use the telescope, but you are owed a boon.
The wonder of the heavens
Your guide gives you a detailed tour of the High Wilderness from a whole new perspective. Wherever you shift the telescope, they have an earnest rumour that emerged from the colony/settlement/something there. Some of them may even be true.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will get you 10 Sky-Stories.


Request a boon of Titania
Perhaps the engineers in one of the Workshops will be able to offer you something.
BOOM! of Titania
The engineer looks shamefaced, as near as you can tell under the thick layer of fresh soot. "Look, I was almost sure it would work," she says. "Here. Maybe they'll be able to do something with the pieces at the Society proper..."

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you 10 Experimental Modifications.


Request a boon of Titania
The Great Exhibition is a place of many wonders. You can gain free entrance.
Propaganda on Parade
Far from being a demonstration of the High Wilderness' potential, the Exhibition is quickly revealed as little but a display of Albion arrogance. "I hear we have you to thank," whispers a figure in black. He squints. "Someone who looked a bit like you, anyway. Either way. Here. For your service."

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you 5 Salon-Stewed Gossip. Be sure you have cargo space.


Return to the Main Dome
There is nothing more to be done here.


The Museum in Bloom Bower
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295412


The Museum in Bloom Bower[edit | edit source]

"Titania_Albion_Museum(SletDescription)"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help choose a theme for the Museum
The Rhapsodic Mayor keeps changing her mind.
Endless choices
The Mayor looks up from a pile of designs. "Everyone has their own idea what our museum should be about. I want to use— hmm. Can I use all of them? No, bad idea. Need to choose one. But which? They all look so... educational."
Advocate for an Imperial Museum
A symbol of British greatness, before and after Albion.
"You don't think that might be a bit... colonial?" The Rhapsodic Mayor considers it. "Then again, we are already a colony, I suppose. Very well. Let it be done!"
Advocate for an Art Museum
A place of beauty in all its myriad forms.
The Rhapsodic Mayor closes her eyes to better visualise it. "Of course! What better way to celebrate our achievements? We will begin work immediately."
Advocate for a Great Library
A new Alexandria, home to all knowledge.
The Rhapsodic Mayor nods. "You read my mind. A place where knowledge can be free to all. To most," she corrects herself. "To those who can appreciate it."
Leave the Mayor to her thoughts
She is unlikely to decide any time soon.
Nobody notices you slip away.
Request a boon of Titania
There must be some interesting secrets in the depths that the public is not normally allowed into.
The Enduring Empire
So much fascinating history – some of it perhaps even accurate. You spend a good afternoon browsing through the exhibits, including the darker vaults that the public doesn't get to see. How curious – the logs of the engine Lamorak, long thought lost during an ambassadorial trip to the Blue Kingdom. These warrant exploration.

Game note: Every Captain can request one boon. This will give you an Unlicensed Chart.


Request a boon of Titania
The art museum is quickly filling up with original works to admire.
A model citizen
"Wait!" An artist hurries up to you as you wander the halls. "That poise, that face... I must paint you!" There is no talking him out of it. An hour later, it is done – a fine watercolour portrait that captures your every feature. Truly inspirational.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you a Moment of Inspiration.


Request a Boon of Titania
The books here must hold many secrets. You could learn a few things.
Deep in a world of words
Your selection of prohibited books does not go unnoticed by the only other patron in the library's private wing. They quietly sit down across the table from you and slide something to you. A calling card, blank except for a street name in New Winchester. An unspoken nod of recognition from the shadows.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you a Cryptic Benefactor.


Present the Seal of Mr Barleycorn to the Curator
It often pays to be thorough.
Accursed terminology
The Curator, being a human man with a thin moustache, as opposed to a cloaked, winged monster – stares blankly at the lump of wax in your hand. "I do not understand," he says. "And things that I do not understand, I rarely approve of. Kindly take that from my sight."
Return to the Main Dome
There is nothing more to be done here.



The Salon just off Valentine Square
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295414


The Salon just off Valentine Square[edit | edit source]

"Titania_Albion_Salon(SletDescription)"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help settle the dispute over the Salon
What should its primary function be?
A war of relaxation
Everyone agrees that the Salon, in whatever form it takes, should be a place to relax. So far, however, the arguments only seem to be winding everybody up.
Advocate for a pub
A place to relax, when creativity isn't following.
"Good, good." The Melancholy Poet seems to care little for the decision, as long as it stays made. "Do that. Hurry up. Before anyone complains."
Advocate for a tea shop
A quiet, civilised place for artistic talk, revolutionary musings, and perhaps even a cup of coffee.
"Good, good." The Melancholy Poet seems to care little for the decision, as long as it stays made. "Do that. Hurry up. Before anyone complains."
Advocate for a Speaker's Corner
A place for performance art, from poems to blistering rhetoric about the Empress – in a place where she is unlikely to ever hear about it.
"Good, good." The Melancholy Poet seems to care little for the decision, as long as it stays made. "Do that. Hurry up. Before anyone complains."
Leave them to their arguments
They won't be resolving them any time soon.
Nobody notices you slip away.
Request a boon of Titania
Everyone in town passes through here eventually. The stories the regulars must have!
Stories indeed!
The problem is not getting the regulars to talk, but in getting them to talk slowly enough for you to write it down. You leave struggling to find your feet after all of the free drinks, with your mind humming by the possibilities of what you have learned.

Game note: Every Captain can request one boon. This will give you 5 Salon-Stewed Gossip.


Request a boon of Titania
The tea is particularly fine here. A few samples would be welcome.
Marketing in action
The owner of the salon is happy to give you a little of his tea, if you will tell anyone you might give it to where it came from. An equitable enough transaction.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you 3 Caddies of Dried Tea. Be sure you have cargo space.


Request a boon of Titania
You can get a front-row seat at Puck's Corner. Angry Jack is about to rant.
Seek him here, seek him there
Who is Angry Jack? Angry Jack doesn't remember. But Angry Jack recalls so much else. Things that make Angry Jack furious. Most laughed off away the other listeners, but you're close enough to hear the ring of truth in his words. Finally, Angry Jack silences, temporarily exhausted. You leave, your notebook full of furious scribblings.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will get you 4 Savage Secrets.


Return to the Main Dome
There is nothing more you need to do here.


Eleutheria Style[edit | edit source]

The Academy in Bloom Bower
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295416


The Academy in Bloom Bower[edit | edit source]

"Titania_Eleutheria_Academy(SletDescription)"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help choose a Poetry School for the Academy
Nobody can agree on a suitable theme.
A war of three schools
The Melancholy Poet is surrounded by three representatives of Albion's great poetry schools – the Nocturnals, the Mycologene and the Bazaarine. All feel that their chosen style should have priority at this glorious new poetry academy.
Advocate for the Nocturnal School
A collection of radicals, embracing the freedom that only the dark can provide.
The Melancholy Poet murmurs agreement. Building begins. Soon after, the Nocturnals have a new home.
Advocate for the Mycological School
The newest of the great schools, inspired by the secret poetry of blemmigans and the sensual allure of fungus.
The Melancholy Poet murmurs agreement. Building begins. Soon after, the Mycologenes have a new home.
Advocate for the Bazaarine School
A poetry laced with nostalgia for the old days, when the sky was rock, the snow burned with sorrow, and the night echoed with the beating of leather wings.
The Melancholy Poet murmurs agreement. Building begins. Soon after, the Bazaarines have a new home.
Leave them to their arguments
They won't resolve this any time soon.
Nobody notices you slip away.
Request a boon of Titania
The Bazaarine are typically pleased just to see someone show interest in them.
Souvenirs from Old London
The poet speaks of the depths of Old London, and the ammonia tears it shed for the Fifth City. In gratitude for your attention, he fishes around for a few trinkets of value that remind him of the old days, deep underground. He presses them into your hand to keep.

Game note: Every Captain can request one boon. This will get you two Otherworldly Artefacts.


Request a Boon of Titania
The Mycologene School of poetry is pleased to receive visitors.
A fungal maze
The stone walls of the academy are already overgrown with vines and mushrooms. Many rooms have been devoted to blemmigan spawning pits. The aroma of the mushrooms and their mulch has drawn in more aggressive creatures. Most are quickly caught, caged and deep-fried, but the poets are happy to let you have a couple of the more unpalatable catches, so long as you promise never to bring them back.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will get you two Caged Catches. Be sure you have cargo space.


Request a boon of Titania
The Nocturnals have little wish to be disturbed, but traditions must be upheld.
A short tour, abridged
Your guide hurries you through the halls of the Academy without allowing time for questions, or even a quick breath. Cloaked figures glare at you from behind books of poetry. Whispered stanzas are cut off at your approach. You leave with a souvenir of your visit and are sent on your way by the echoing slam of the front door.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will get you a Selection of Immaculate Souls


Return to the Main Dome
That is enough poetry for now.


The Theatre of Roses Deep
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295418


The Theatre of Roses Deep[edit | edit source]

"Titania_Eleutheria_Theatre(SletDescription)"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help choose a muse for the Theatre
Every theatre needs one to define its soul.
The Nine Muses
Fortunately, the Stone-Faced Sculptor has narrowed the list down to three. "Pity there's no Muse of Vaudeville," he mutters. "Much funnier than this pretentious stuff."
Advocate for Thalia
The Muse of Comedy, to bring laughter and joy.
The Stone-Faced Sculptor shrugs and calls over his apprentices. He sets them working on a suitable statue.
Advocate for Melpomene
The Muse of Tragedy, to educate and guide the port's morality.
The Stone-Faced Sculptor shrugs and calls over his apprentices. He sets them working on a suitable statue.
Advocate for Terpsichore
The Muse of Dance, perhaps with Euterpe bringing the music.
The Stone-Faced Sculptor shrugs and calls over his apprentices. He sets them working on a suitable statue.
Leave them to their arguments
They are unlikely to decide any time soon.
Nobody notices you slip away.
Request a boon of Titania
Tonight's play is a classic play of horror and tragedy. You can arrange to have front-row seats.
Death comes to the stage
As the curtains fall, your crew shame-facedly release each other's clammy hands. You return to the locomotive in silence, your mind aflame.

Game note: Every Captain can request one boon. This will get you 3 Tales of Terror


Request a boon of Titania
Tonight's play is a satire. You can arrange to have front-row seats.
A knowing piece
As soon as the laughter begins, it becomes obvious why this play is not performed in Albion. It is easy to recognise Lord F______ and Lady D______'s much rumoured 'adventures', and the playwright appears to know a few things the whisper-mongers do not.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will get you 5 bits of Salon-Stewed Gossip.


Request a boon of Titania
A new opera is due to be performed this evening. You can get tickets for the crew.
Such beauty in song!
The music unstoppers your feelings. Tears flow freely as passions swell – mere verse and words could never have this impact. You return to the train unable to sleep: ideas burst forth from that moment when intellect and emotion met. You spend hours feverishly recording realisations before they can fade away.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you a Moment of Inspiration.


Return to the Main Dome
There is nothing more to be done here.


The Gardens of Petal End
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295410


The Gardens of Petal End[edit | edit source]

"Titania_Eleutheria_NatureReserve(SletDescription)"


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help choose a theme for the nature reserve
A space like this has so many possibilities.
Nature's bounty
The Rhapsodic Mayor emerges from the water, shivering. An aide passes her her robe. "Bracing!" she exclaims, pulling the belt tight. "Nothing like a circuit around the petal to get the blood pumping. Still, I think this place could be something more."
Advocate for a Water Garden
She has the right idea. Why try to improve on perfection?
The Rhapsodic Mayor smiles. "Exactly what I was thinking. Of course, with a few minor changes..."
Advocate for the House of Cavy
There are rumours of a lost tribe from the Underzee seeking a home. Titania could be the perfect choice.
"Titania welcomes all," says the Rhapsodic Mayor, whispering to an aide to put the word out in hopes of reaching this illusive House It isn't long before a small, eccentrically built locomotive pulls into port. The doors open and out patters an imperious looking guinea pig flanked by a pair of pike-wielding guard rodents. It chirps something that sounds like "It'll do, I suppose," and leads a long procession down to the Petal. The Cavies are ready to establish their new colony.
Advocate for a Farm
Titania could become more self-reliant and a little hard work never killed anyone.
The Rhapsodic Mayor chews the idea over. "I don't know about that," she begins. Then: "But fruit, perhaps. Picking strawberries. Blackberries. Blueberries— Yes!"
Leave the Mayor to consider it herself
She is unlikely to decide any time soon.
Nobody notices you slip away.
Request a boon of Titania
A relaxing afternoon is rarely an unwise choice.
Peace and relaxation
The ice chill of the pure water against your skin. The careful, firm hands of a skilled masseur. The feel of your problems fading away to nothing, for now.

Game note: Every Captain can request one boon. This will reduce your Terror to 0


Request a boon of Titania
The Cavies aren't using the fuel from their locomotive. They might be willing to share.
Loaded up
The guinea pigs struggle to push the barrels up the long path to the docks. A generous captain would help them. Your conscience is your own.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you 5 Fuel. Be sure you have cargo space.


Request a boon of Titania
The harvest is intended for consumption by the residents, but you should be able to get a few baskets for yourself.
A bounty of fresh delights
It is all you can do to prevent the crew back from immediately consuming the huge, glistening fruits in your baskets. But they will have to wait.

Game note: Every Captain can request a boon. This will give you 5 Supplies. Be sure you have cargo space.


Return to the Main Dome
There is nothing more to be done here.


Final[edit | edit source]

The Chorister Hive
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295587

The Chorister Hive[edit | edit source]

A few stragglers from the recent attack buzz happily around a spacious new hive. Pollen is delivered each morning and delicious nectar can be harvested from artificial honeycombs – with no threat to Titania. Now relatively harmless, they are almost becoming a symbol of the growing colony.


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Purchase some Chorister Nectar
Fresh from the hive. Delicious on toast.
A deal is struck
The gourd is warm to the touch and sticky around the rim. The biggest challenge of storing it will be preventing the crew sneaking tastes.
Return to the Main Dome
The continual buzzing is giving you a headache.



Triggered Events[edit | edit source]

These can sometimes happen automatically when docking at Titania, and cannot be cancelled.

DIES IRAE, DIES APIS! Only happens once

DIES IRAE, DIES APIS!
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295376


DIES IRAE, DIES APIS![edit | edit source]

Titania is under siege! Chorister bees flood its streets and petals. The thrashing of their wings is the drumbeat of apocalypse, and the people flee in panic from their mighty stingers. But there is no safe harbour and no respite. All is lost.

Trigger conditions

Titania icon.png Key of Titania ≤ 0,
Titania icon.png Titania Port Level ≥ 0 ≤ 0,
Calendar icon.png DateTitania icon.png Time Until First Bee Attack,
Titania icon.png Unleash the Bees! ≥ 1


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Help defend Titania
All hands! Ready all weapons! Fire! God, fire!
    • Iron icon.png Iron challenge (42 for 100%)

Failed event Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.

Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.


Silence in the space of half an hour
Plainsong drowns the lamentation, and the fury and the mind. All the world joins Death's hymnal: those who proudly defy their fate, and those who beg for wretched mercy; those who raise their arms, those who buckle their knees. The Chorister Hive takes the lyrics of poets yet unwritten; the unsung songs from lips now forever silent. It is only iron and fire that quietens the voice of carnage. But lo, the song ends only by its own accord: once the nectar is gathered, the Hive departs. And there is a lasting silence.
Successful event
Silence in the space of half an hour
Plainsong drowns the lamentation, and the fury and the mind. All the world joins Death's hymnal: those who proudly defy their fate, and those who beg for wretched mercy; those who raise their arms, those who buckle their knees. The Chorister Hive takes the lyrics of poets yet unwritten; the unsung songs from lips now forever silent. It is only iron and fire that quietens the voice of carnage. But lo, the song ends only by its own accord: once the nectar is gathered, the Hive departs. And there is a lasting silence.
Flee the bee-pocalypse
Back to the train! BEES!
Cowering in fear
You hide in the train until the swarm has departed. Not your proudest moment, but it's not like any of the crew volunteered to head out into the melee either.


THE BEES! THE BEES!
Category Story Event
Type Story
Data ID 295378


THE BEES! THE BEES![edit | edit source]

"Number of Bee Attacks(ChoristerDescription)"

Trigger conditions

Titania icon.png Key of Titania ≤ 0,
Titania icon.png Titania Port Level ≥ 2 ≤ 9,
Calendar icon.png DateTitania icon.png Time Until Next Bee Attack,


Interactions

Actions Requirements Effects Notes
Rally to Titania's defence
There is no defeating the Hive, but you can limit the damage it causes.
    • Iron icon.png Iron challenge (Special for 100%)

Failed event

Special is calculated as follows: Titania Port Level*10 * 1.67

Advanced alteration value probably needs examination.


Silence in the space of half an hour
The Chorister Hive fills the air with stingers and song. The Titanians resist as best they can. Once the the Hive has collected its nectar (and the Titanians' home is ravaged), it leaves again for the further parts of the Reach.
Successful event
Silence in the space of half an hour
The Chorister Hive fills the air with stingers and song. The Titanians resist as best they can. Once the the Hive has collected its nectar (and the Titanians' home is ravaged), it leaves again for the further parts of the Reach.
Flee the bee-pocalypse
Not your problem!
Cowering in fear
You hide in the train until the swarm has departed. Not your proudest moment, but it's not like any of the crew volunteered to head out into the melee either.


Shops[edit | edit source]

Bazaar

Locomotive captains gather at the bazaar to trade goods and information. Here, you can acquire 'prospects': opportunities to sell a good at a distant port for an excellent price. Accept a prospect to claim it, source the goods, and deliver them.

The Sapphire'd Souk

Here, a captain can stock up on the essentials. There's never any shortage of chorister nectar, either.

Item Buy Sell
Fuel square icon.png Fuel Sovereigns icon.png 20 Sovereigns Sovereigns icon.png 10 Sovereigns
Supplies square icon.png Supplies Sovereigns icon.png 40 Sovereigns Sovereigns icon.png 20 Sovereigns
Choristernectar square icon.png Gourd of Chorister Nectar Sovereigns icon.png 70 Sovereigns

The Midnight Rose

Below the petals of Titania, hidden in the perfumed mists, lies the lair of the Midnight Rose: a coterie of bohemians that smuggle red honey to distant ports.

(This shop is unlocked after finishing the smuggling quests, Wit & Vinegar: a Smuggler's Tale)

Item Buy Sell
Redhoney square icon.png Firkin of Red Honey Sovereigns icon.png 100 Sovereigns Sovereigns icon.png 50 Sovereigns
Illicitliterature square icon.png Trunk of Illicit Literature Sovereigns icon.png 180 Sovereigns
Starshine square icon.png Hogshead of Starshine Sovereigns icon.png 250 Sovereigns
Smugglingequipment tier2 square icon.png Concealed Cavities Sovereigns icon.png 450 Sovereigns Sovereigns icon.png 225 Sovereigns
Quarters tier4 square icon.png Contentable Cabins Sovereigns icon.png 1400 Sovereigns Sovereigns icon.png 700 Sovereigns
Locations
Region Hub Ports Discoveries / Spectacles
The Reach Newwinchester icon.png New Winchester Carillon icon.png Carillon

Hybras icon.png Hybras
Naturereserve icon.png Leadbeater & Stainrod's Nature Reserve
Lustrum icon.png Lustrum
Magdalenes icon.png Magdalene's
Circus icon.png Polmear & Plenty's Inconceivable Circus
Portavon icon.png Port Avon
Portprosper icon.png Port Prosper
Titania icon.png Titania
Traitorswood icon.png Traitor's Wood
Transitrelay icon.png Transit Relays

Signalbox icon.png An Abandoned Signal Box

Default icon.png Faith's Fall
Well green icon.png Old Tom's Well
Regentsgrave icon.png Regent's Grave
Rose icon.png The Flowerfields
Default icon.png The Regent's Tears
Wreckgeneric icon.png The Silent Saint
Reach icon.png The War of Fossils
Wreckgeneric icon.png Wreck of the Parzifal

Albion London icon.png London Avidhorizon icon.png Avid Horizon (The Stair to the Sea)

Perdurance icon.png Perdurance
Brabazon icon.png The Brabazon Workworld
Clockworksun icon.png The Clockwork Sun
Floatingparliament icon.png The Floating Parliament
Serenemausoleum icon.png The Most Serene Mausoleum
Royalsociety icon.png The Royal Society
Transitrelay icon.png Transit Relays
Worlebury icon.png Worlebury-juxta-Mare

Default icon.png Skyhenge

Lantern icon.png St Anthony's Lighthouse
Avidhorizon icon.png The Avid Horizon
Well purple icon.png Well of the Wolf
Wreckgeneric icon.png Wreck of the Boatman

Eleutheria Pan icon.png Pan Achlys icon.png Achlys

Caduceus icon.png Caduceus
Eaglesempyrean icon.png Eagle's Empyrean
Langleyhall icon.png Langley Hall
Piranesi icon.png Piranesi
Houseofrodsandchains icon.png The House of Rods and Chains
Transitrelay icon.png Transit Relays

Default icon.png The Xanthous Moon

Well yellow icon.png The Well of Wonders
Wreckgeneric icon.png Wreck of the Berrenger

The Blue Kingdom Tolltower icon.png Sky Barnet Deathsdoorstep icon.png Death's Door (The Shadow of the Sun)

Forgeofsouls icon.png The Forge of Souls
Whitewell icon.png The White Well (Wellmouth)
Transitrelay icon.png Transit Relay

Deathsdoorstep icon.png Horologion