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Sea Of Thieves Fireworks Guide

Learn everything about Fireworks in Sea of Thieves from this guide.

The latest Patch 2.4.0., as of the time of this article, has finally arrived in Sea Of Thieves and just in time for the Holidays. With the Patch, a lot of new Items were introduced and one of those being the Fireworks. Fireworks are collectible and usable resources found in Sea Of Thieves. So to explain what they are, where to get them, and how to find them; I have made this Sea Of Thieves Fireworks Guide.

Sea Of Thieves Fireworks Guide

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Fireworks are one of the newest resources added to Sea Of Thieves. They can be purchased from the Merchant Alliance and can be used in Cannons on the Ships. Here is what we know about them.

What are Fireworks in Sea Of Thieves?

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Fireworks are a consumable resource that is used in Cannons. They are purchasable and they can come in different types of Themed Crates. Once fired from a Cannon, they soar through the sky and explode after a while. On detonation, Fireworks will display certain patterns or figures depending on what type of Firework was used.

Firework Crates are Resource Crates where you can Store up to 50 Fireworks. When you purchase them from the Merchant Alliance, the Firework Crate will have 25 Fireworks in it plus the remaining 25 Slots for other Fireworks. There 7 types of Firework Crates which are Ancient Legacy Firework Crate, Heart of Nature Firework Crate, Ocean’s Plunder Firework Crate, Pirate’s Life Firework Crate, Sea of the Damned Firework Crate, Villainous Foes Firework Crate, and Athena’s Fortune Firework Crate. The different types of Fireworks and from which Crate you can get them are:

  • Ancient Legacy Firework Crate:
    • Fallen Warrior Firework
    • Glittering Rainbow Firework
    • Great Kraken Firework
    • Great Warrior Firework
    • Moonlit Dance Firework
    • Old Boar Firework
    • Shooting Star Firework
    • Shroudbreaker Firework
    • Starlight Firework
    • Thunderstrike Firework
  • Heart of Nature Firework Crate:
    • Blooming Flowers Firework
    • Burning Fury Firework
    • Chicken Firework
    • Coral Reef Firework
    • Distant Shores Firework
    • Monkey Firework
    • Pig Firework
    • Purple Parrot Firework
    • Snake Firework
    • Weaving Cobras Firework
  • Ocean’s Plunder Firework Crate:
    • Call of the Sea Firework
    • Coral Reef Firework
    • Crab Firework
    • Jewels of the Deep Firework
    • Kraken Killer Firework
    • Lost Seafarer Firework
    • Megalodon Firework
    • Ruby Splashtail Firework
    • Shark Firework
    • Shimmering Water Firework
  • Pirate’s Life Firework Crate:
    • Banana Firework
    • Call of the Sea Firework
    • Galleon Firework
    • Jewels of the Deep Firework
    • Maiden Voyage Firework
    • Palm Tree Firework
    • Shooting Star Firework
    • Starlight Firework
    • Sunset Horizon Firework
    • The Reaper’s Mark Firework
  • Sea of the Damned Firework Crate:
    • Chanting Vipers Firework
    • Dragon’s Breath Firework
    • Fallen Warrior Firework
    • Ferryman’s Bell Firework
    • Ghostlight Firework
    • Lost Seafarer Firework
    • Portal Firework
    • Thunderstrike Firework
    • Well of Fates Firework
    • Wraith Firework
  • Villainous Foes Firework Crate:
    • Captain Briggsy Firework
    • Captain Flameheart Firework
    • Chanting Vipers Firework
    • Ghostlight Firework
    • Gold Hoarder Firework
    • Kraken Killer Firework
    • Rathbone’s Riches Firework
    • Siren Queen Firework
    • Solar Flare Firework
    • The Reaper’s Blade Firework
  • Athena’s Fortune Firework Crate:
    • Athena’s Fortune Firework
    • Chanting Vipers Firework
    • Ferry Figurehead Firework
    • Ghostlight Firework
    • Kraken Killer Firework
    • Masked Stranger Firework
    • Pouring Plunder Firework
    • Starlight Firework
    • The Reaper’s Blade Firework
    • Veil of the Ancients Firework

Where to find Fireworks and how to get them?

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Like I have mentioned before, You can purchase Fireworks by buying the Firework Crates from Merchant Alliance in Sea Of Thieves. You can get them for 20,000 Gold in their Themed Crate. Alternatively, you will be able to find them washed up on shores or hidden in certain areas, this excludes Seaposts and Outposts in Sea Of Thieves. They can also be found in Barrels of Plenty that are floating at Sea. You can also find individual Fireworks in all Barrels across Sea Of Thieves.

How to use Fireworks in Sea Of Thieves?

firing a firework from a cannon

Fireworks behave as Cannon Ammunition. You take a Firework next to a Cannon. Now it will ask you to load up the Firework into the Cannon. Once it is loaded into the Cannon, it will ignite the fuse of the Firework and the Firework will be launched from the Cannon. This will take a few seconds, so you can back away and get a better view of the Fireworks Display. As the Fuse is burning, you will be able to unload the fireworks.

If the fireworks explode onto another Ship, it will do no damage but it will have a chance to set that Ship on Fire. On top of that, there will be a chance to stun other players in a small radius of the explosion. The Stun will immobilize the player and will cause a blinding flash which will obscure vision for a good amount of time. If fireworks hit a target in its Flightpath and before it explodes, it will not explode.

You will be able to carry 10 Fireworks in one Inventory slot of your character. You can also store them in Storage Crates and Cannonball Barrel along with the Firework Crates but you cannot store them in Cannonball Crates.

This was everything about Fireworks in the new patch of Sea Of Thieves. Hopefully, this guide helped provide you with the necessary information. You can also check our other guides on Midnight Blades Mask and Islands Map Locations List & Coordinates in Sea Of Thieves.