It is hardly a secret for anyone that there are hidden islands in the Sea Dogs To Each His Own game, which, as the name implies, are not displayed on the global map.
They will have to be searched for by coordinates, moreover, you can get to them only from the moment Charles receives the above coordinates in the course of completing tasks.
The search process can be facilitated by a mod that displays the boundaries of the water areas of the islands in Sea Dogs: To Each His Own either on a global map or on in-game maps in the atlas. Whether you install modifications or not, our guide will come in handy anyway.
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own secret islands. Isla de Coche
The first on the list is Isla de Coche, which we will visit during the second story quest “The Dutch Gambit”. The island is interesting not only for its participation in history but also for the presence of Manga Rosa.
- The first one manga rosa can be found in Buccaneers Bay near a lonely rock on the coast;
- The second is located in the center of the island, in the jungle, growing close to the path;
- The third and last you will finis d a little to the right of the entrance to the cave.
As a reminder, the Manga Rosa in Sea Dogs To Each His Own can only be picked up when visiting a location for the first time in a game — after leaving the area, it disappears.
Approximate Isla de Coche island coordinates: N 12° 49’; W 64° 41'. Let's move on to the next one!
Sea Dogs To Each His Own secret islands. Justice Island
Next, we have Justice Island and calling it an island is a clear exaggeration. However, it meets the other criteria. In the previous part of the Sea Dogs series, the JI was called the City of Abandoned Ships.
This is the only such location in Sea Dogs: To Each His Own where you do not get through the sea. The first visit to the JI will take place during the quest "Return of the Baron".
Approximate Justice Island coordinates: N 24° 18’; W 83° 59'. Move on.
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own secret islands. Skeleton reef
Skeleton reef, where we will get according to the plot as part of the “Shadows of the Past” quest. It is especially distinguished by the battle with the “boss” taking place on it. When visiting the island, do not forget to pick up the Manga Rosa growing behind the house! As a reminder, the Manga Rosa in Sea Dogs: To Each His Own can only be picked up when visiting a location for the first time in a game — after leaving the area, it disappears.
Approximate Skeleton reef coordinates: N 21° 33’; W 78° 45'. We continue!
Sea Dogs To Each His Own secret islands. Crab Island
When visiting this island for the first time, be sure to land alone!
Crab Island is very small. You will visit it during the quest “Seeking for the Guardian of Truth”. Except for the plot events in Sea Dogs: To Each His Own taking place on it, nothing special stands out.
Approximate Crab Island coordinates: N 16° 14’; W 71° 36'. Well, on to the next one.
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own secret islands. The mystic Ksocheatem Island
Be sure to explore the island in its entirety and in detail, otherwise, you risk reaching the “bad” ending!
Here we have Ksocheatem. As you might guess, we visit this place on the quest “The mystic Ksocheatem Island”. Highly distinguished by the battle with a special kind of opponents, including the “boss”. Parrying dagger “Chief’s Claw” can help you with them.
Don't be afraid to skip the Manga Rosa — despite the size of the locations, it just doesn't grow here.
Approximate Ksocheatem coordinates: N 16° 7’; W 79° 53'. Now on to the next island.
Sea Dogs To Each His Own secret islands. Isla Mona
The players of Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales are very familiar with this island — for the first time in the series, it appears there.
Isla Mona is brought into the Sea Dogs: To Each His Own game in the DLC “Flying the Jolly Roger”, and we will visit it on the quest “The Jarl’s Treasures”. Here, in the future, we will be able to organize free parking for small ships, as well as own a warehouse for goods and a house for Charles.
Approximate Isla Mona coordinates: N 18° 47’; W 72° 30'. And then we have...
Sea Dogs. To Each His Own secret islands. Khael Roa
Khael Roa. Another island that is present in the Sea Dogs To Each His Own game only with DLC, but now we are talking about “The Caleuche”. We find it within the eponymous quest.
Note that two Manga Rosa grow on the island at once. As a reminder, the Manga Rosa in Sea Dogs: To Each His Own can only be picked up when visiting a location for the first time in a game — after leaving the area, it disappears.
The first manga rosa grows in a reef bay, the second can be found in a location with a temple in a place where the foot of the temple rests against the rocks, in the very corner.
Approximate Khael Roa coordinates: N 19° 42’; W 62° 36'.
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