Over the course of his time in the West Indies during the early 18th century, the pirate Alonzo Batilla came across many treasures, the maps to which he would retrieve from the wrecks of merchant and patrolling ships alike, after having engaged them in naval combat.


Hernán Cortés - The Spanish ConquistadorEdit

San José - The Rich GalleonEdit

Imperio Español - The Treasure FleetEdit

Gems - The Rare StonesEdit

Lovers' souvenirs - Dangerous LiaisonsEdit

British Empire - The Navy's finestEdit

Aztec relics - Of Gods and MenEdit

Mayan relics - The Lost EmpireEdit

Inca relics - Children of the SunEdit

Strange artifacts - The Oddest TreasuresEdit

Henry Morgan - The King of PiratesEdit

François l'Olonnais - The Bane of the SpanishEdit

Exquemelin - The Barber SurgeonEdit

African relics - A plundered continentEdit

Sea treasures - Rare findsEdit

Lucky charms - Symbols of future wealthEdit

Rare weapons - From all over the worldEdit

Snuff bottles - Crafted in the OrientEdit

Alcohol - Drunk on plunderEdit

Mayan Genesis - The Creation MythEdit

Lords of the Night 1 - The 9-day cycleEdit

Lords of the Night 2 - The character archetypesEdit

Lords of Light - Deities of the EarthEdit

Vikings artefacts - First explorersEdit

Mayan Weapons - Classic headbreakersEdit

Chess Pieces - Ancient gameplayEdit

Animal Kingdom - Holy figuresEdit

The Zodiac - The Sun's pathEdit

The Zodiac - The Moon's pathEdit

Headdresses - Gorgeous adornmentsEdit

Independence Day - Revolutionary war artifactsEdit

Pirates' Day - Navigation toolsEdit

Halloween - Esoteric stuffEdit

Christmas - Celebration itemsEdit

Chinese New Year - Chinese pirates' treasureEdit


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