Chest of Memories

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The Chest of Memories is a special type of Container Chest acquired as a Quest Item during the Wild Rose Tall Tale. It contains additional pages of the Quest Book for Wild Rose Tall Tale.

Where to find

It can be found by players during the Wild Rose Tall Tale.


Pages of the Quest Book for the Wild Rose Tall Tale that describe the location of George's Spice Box and Rose's Music Box.


  • Can be used to carry and transport smaller Treasure Items.
  • An empty Chest of Memories can be sold to any Trading Companies for 250 - 520 Gold, but no Reputation or Emissary Value.
  • Chest of Memories can be kept by Players even after finishing the related Tall Tales.
  • An empty Chest of Memories can store up to three smaller Treasure Items, such as Trinkets, Bounty Skulls, Mermaid Gems or Dark Relics.
  • An empty Chest of Memories can also store most Tall Tale Quest Items.
  • A Chest of Memories hides the glow and quells the sounds of the Treasure Items inside, however, the Chest itself can be seen from far away by a white glint typical to Treasure Chests.
  • Container Chests are usually used to transport three smaller Treasure Items at one time to save time on turning them in.
  • The Pirate Chat Wheel Commands of this chest are identical to other Container Chests


Selling the chest before you finish the Wild Rose quest may prevent the associated achievement from unlocking.

Pirate Chat Wheel

Here is the Pirate Chat Wheel for the Chest of Memories:

Chest of Memories Chat.png

Patch history

  • 2.6.1 (September 1, 2022)
    • Players will no longer be able to delete items that are placed inside the Chest of Memories while holding another Captain’s Logbook.
  • 2.4.1 (January 20, 2022)
    • Taking items from a Chest of Memories while holding a Map Bundle should no longer cause the items to disappear.
  • 2.0.2 (May 23, 2019)
    • Leaving behind the Chest of Memories once the pages have been removed will no longer trigger a ‘Tale Failed’ state.
  • 2.0 (April 30, 2019)
    • Introduced.