There are dozens of outposts and settlements you can visit throughout skull and bones, but few are more important than the Sacred Tree. Not only is the Sacred Tree outpost the gateway to different parts of the map, making fast travel easier, but it also holds a couple of exclusive resources.

You can learn of the Sacred Tree outpost in a couple of ways, but eventually, you’ll need to visit it if you want to progress further in Skull and Bones. Below, you can see the exact location of the Sacred Tree outpost as well as what resources you’re able to find there.

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Sacred Tree location in Skull and Bones

To reach the Sacred Tree, you have to navigate some tight rivers in the central part of the map. More specifically you have to travel down the canal due west of Sainte-Anne. Directly across the sea from Sainte-Anne, you’ll find the entrance to a canal that leads further west past various islands and settlements.

Keep traveling down this channel until you reach a fork. You need to head south at this fork and not north, otherwise you’ll end up in an entirely different region of the map. Once you head south at the fork, sail until you hit “Rova Hill,” which is on the right side of the canal if you look at your map, but it’ll be on the left if you’re sailing south. Right by the Rova Hill text on the map is where you’ll find the Sacred Tree outpost.

It’s fairly hard to miss, as the outpost features a massive autumnal tree in the center of it. The tree extends higher and further than any other tree around it, so once you see it, head toward the shore to disembark.

You’ll get off your ship near the base of the tree, and you can head up to the top of it to find a Pirate’s Bonfire. By “throwing powder” at the bonfire, you give your crew a boost of stamina regeneration for 30 minutes.

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Once you’ve made it to the Sacred Tree outpost, explore the surrounding areas and you’ll eventually be able to find various blueprints for your ship, weapons, and ship furniture. However, to earn those rewards, you’ll have to complete contracts for the inhabitants of the Sacred Tree. Those inhabitants are the Fara people, so look out for Fara Warriors to start contracts at the outpost.


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