How to farm Pirate Coins in Lost Ark

When you get to the point in Lost Ark where you finally get your ship and unlock the ability to sail out to sea, you can be overwhelmed by the amount of new elements this game introduces. As a result, it’s easy to miss out on the new currency joining the game here: Pirate Coins.

Pirate Coins are used to buy many things, but perhaps the most important is the Song of Resonance. This song is used to unlock quite a few hidden areas in the world of Lost Ark. It also has a pretty high price of 16,500 Pirate Coins. If you haven’t sailed for so long, it may not be clear how you can amass such a large sum of money without spending several hours farming. Fortunately, that’s not the case, especially if you know where to look.

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All in all, you should be able to earn quite a bit of Pirate Coins simply by completing quests on the many islands you’ll find around Lost Ark. The island that gives the most rewards in the shortest amount of time is Freedom Isle, (highlighted above).

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In addition to doing island quests, there is another way to increase the amount of Pirate Coins you earn on a regular basis. Each portal in Lost Ark is accompanied by a Tea Pot and Libra Boat, where you can trade special coins for more Pirate Coins. However, the exchange rate is different for each coin, with the highest being the Sun Coin, which trades for 20 Pirate Coins each. Keep this in mind whenever you are given a High Sea Coin Chest, as 100 Sun Coins is one of their available reward options.

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Curtis Crabtree

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