Unlock Tale Of Eternal Sorrow Sea Of Thieves

To unlock the Sea of Thieves Tale of Eternal Sorrow commendation in A Pirate’s Life, you have to keep your eyes open and make sure to comb through the siren “stronghold” very carefully. Getting the commendation requires you to find a door that’s relatively easy to miss, figure out how to unlock it, and then find five inscriptions on the walls. To help you out on your journey, we’ll show you how to unlock the Tale of Eternal Sorrow commendation in this guide.

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Unlock Tale Of Eternal Sorrow Sea Of Thieves

How to Unlock Sea of Thieves Tale of Eternal Sorrow

To unlock the Tale of Eternal Sorrow commendation in Sea of Thieves, you have to play through the A Pirate’s Tale adventure until just after you defeat the Kraken. After you exit that room, and before you reach the Queen’s room, you’ll find yourself in a chamber full of carved faces above you. Find the head that has a stone door below it, and shoot that head. That should unlock the door, so head through and into the side room.

In there, you’ll find a statue of the mermaid king, but that’s not of much importance for us right now. Instead, you need to find five scriptures on the walls of the room. They look like black squiggles and are a little hard to spot, so keep your eyes nice and peeled. Once you read all five inscriptions, you should unlock the Sea of Thieves Tale of Eternal Sorrow commendation. It’s one of the more elusive commendation in this adventure, because you can easily miss the door. Even if you do find it, you might not see the inscriptions and mistake it for just a pointless room.

That about wraps things up for this guide. If you need more help with the new Sea of Thieves content, feel free to check out some of our other guides on the subject. Among other stuff, we’ve written articles like How to Start Sea of Thieves: A Pirate’s Life, Silver Blade Key – How To Make The Water Rise, and Poor Dougie Key, Treasure & Medallion.

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