The Enchanted Lantern is a a Quest Item found and used exclusively during Tall Tales, The Herald of the Flame Adventure, and the Legend of the Veil voyage. The Lantern's capabilities differ depending on it's source, with uses ranging from showing ghostly visions of the fates of the deceased to events which happened in the past. It is equipped via the Map Radial.
Unlike your regular Lantern, this ghostly Lantern can only be equipped from the Map Radial Menu (E/) during these specific Tall Tales and voyage. The Enchanted Lantern acts identically to the Player's Lantern, with the Primary Use button (/) turning the lamp on and off and the Secondary Use button (/) Raising the Lantern high.
- When the Enchanted Lantern is raised in either Tall Tale, players will be able to see ghostly visions nearby and use the lantern's light to track the footsteps and fates of specific Pirates who were cursed and sealed within specific Quest Items.
- When the Lantern is raised during the Legend of the Veil, players will be able to see ghostly ancient statues, and light the braziers in order to summon the Ancients and acquire a Veil Stone.
- When the Lantern is raised during The Herald of the Flame, players will be able to see the remnants of Stitcher Jims actions, as well as The Servant of the Flames minions whom are tracking Jim.
The Enchanted Lantern will disappear from the Map Radial Menu when the Voyage, Tall Tales, or Adventures fail or are cancelled.
- The "I see dead pirates..." option on the Pirate Chat Radial is a reference to the 1999 film The Sixth Sense directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
- The Enchanted Lantern's origin and current ownership is somewhat unknown. There may even be multiple Enchanted Lanterns.
- During Fate of the Morningstar it's entombed with the remains of the Ferryman as a treasure that was merely entrusted to him.
- During The Seabound Soul, Sir Arthur Pendragon explains that the lantern was a gift from an old friend.
- During the Legend of the Veil Voyage, it's lent to you by Belle with little to no explanation.
- During The Herald of the Flame, it's given the name of Pendragon's Enchanted Lantern and lent by Sir Arthur Pendragon with little to no explanation.
Pirate Chat Wheel
Here is the Pirate Chat Wheel for the Enchanted Lantern: