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Marks of Victory, Trade and War are valuable awards for participating in PvP and RvR activities.

They are stored in the player's Personal Inventory, similar to Pennants and Commendations. Marks can be exchanged for various items, or used in conquering or defending ports.
Marks can be sold in the Auction House or given to other players. This gives PvP players a way to profit from their high-risk endeavors while PvE or Economy focussed players get access to the rewards provided by Marks of Victory.

Marks of Victory and Trade Edit

Marks of Victory are rewarded for defeating other players in PvP combat. You only receive marks for defeating enemy players who are no more than 15 levels below you.

For each Mark Of Victory received, you also gain a Mark of Trade, exchangeable for different rewards.
A very few missions also reward Marks of Victory.

Marks of War Edit

"A formal letter, bearing the seal of the Crown that acknowledges the bearer's great contributions to the war effort in the West Indies."

Marks of War can be acquired by completing special missions, given by Garrison Commanders in various ports. They can only be used to generate unrest points while attacking or defending a port, though they give more points than other unrest supplies and marks.

RewardsEdit

Marks of Victory can be turned in for various rewards at the Prize Agents:

The following options are available to all careers:

1 Mark of TradeIncrease Standing (one of the following):
British Trade Union +25
Smugglers Union +25
Spanish Trade Union +25
French Trade Union +25
10 Mark of Trade
10 Mark of Victory
Title: Skillful Briton (Frenchman, Spaniard etc.)
Requires: You must have claimed a bounty on 50 enemy players
15 Mark of TradeConquest Salvage Crate
15 Mark of Trade
15 Mark of Victory
Title: Expert Briton (Frenchman, Spaniard etc.)
Requires: You must have claimed a bounty on 100 enemy players
20 Mark of Trade
20 Mark of Victory
Title: Dangerous Briton (Frenchman, Spaniard etc.)
Requires: You must have claimed a bounty on 150 enemy players
25 Mark of Trade
25 Mark of Victory
Title: Infamous Briton (Frenchman, Spaniard, etc.)
Requires: You must have claimed a bounty on 200 enemy players
30 Mark of Trade
30 Mark of Victory
Title: Legendary Briton (Frenchman, Spaniard etc.)
Requires: You must have claimed a bounty on 250 enemy players
50 Mark of TradeRefit: 'Deliverance' Frigate
('Archelon' Frigate)
50 Mark of TradeRefit: 'Conquistador' Frigate
('Trinidad' Frigate)
50 Mark of Trade
50 Mark of Victory
Refit: 'Hector' Frigate (See Note below)
('Adventure' Frigate)
1 Mark of Victory100 Explosive Round Shot
5 Smelling Salts
5 Mark of Victory5 Mark of Trade
10 Mark of VictoryFleet Commendation, Minor
Shackle
15 Mark of VictoryCareful Gun Crews 1
Discordant Cannons 1
Discordant Grapples 1
Discordant Reinforcement 1
Discordant Rigging 1
Prototype Cannons 1
Prototype Rigging 1
Conquest Supply Crate
Elegant Wild Feathers
Nose Bone
Soft Feathers
20 Mark of VictoryFleet Commendation, Major
Shell Eyepatch, Left
25 Mark of VictoryDarkened Spectacles
30 Mark of VictoryCareful Gun Crews 2
Discordant Cannons 2
Discordant Grapples 2
Discordant Reinforcement 2
Discordant Rigging 2
Prototype Cannons 2
Prototype Rigging 2
45 Mark of VictoryCareful Gun Crews 3
Discordant Cannons 3
Discordant Grapples 3
Discordant Reinforcement 3
Discordant Rigging 3
Prototype Cannons 3
Prototype Rigging 3
Ship's Cat
NOTE:There is an in game break in naming convention when it comes to more recently added / updated ship items. Prior convention is to list the name of the ship to be refitted in the Refit: item name, the details shown by hovering the mouse over the icon reveal the ship that is created by the refit.


This can be seen by the item name for the Refit of a Hector Frigate to the Adventure Frigate. The Refit: item name states the Adventure instead of the Hector. (This is also the case in the Privateer section with the San Fernando / Santa Rosa refit).


The listing here correctly shows which ship is refit and which ship is created in the same manner as it does for other ships, the reader needs to take note that the Refit: item name in game is labeled differently.

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Privateers may select the following rewards in addition to the regular options:

10 Mark of VictoryRefit: Privateer 'Hermes' Packet-Boat
('Expedition' Privateer Packet-Boat)
20 Mark of VictoryRefit: Privateer 'Raa' Frigate
('Discovery' Privateer Frigate)
30 Mark of VictoryRefit: Privateer 'Cerberus' Frigate
('Arrow' Privateer Frigate)
40 Mark of VictoryRefit: Privateer 'Capricieux' Frigate
('Intrepid' Privateer Frigate)
40 Mark of VictoryRefit: Privateer 'Myrmidon' Frigate
('Achilles' Privateer Frigate)
70 Mark of Victory
70 Mark of Trade
Refit: Privateer 'San Fernando' Fourth Rate (See Note)
('Santa Rosa' Privateer Fourth Rate)
NOTE:There is an in game break in naming convention when it comes to more recently added / updated ship items. Prior convention is to list the name of the ship to be refitted in the Refit: item name, the details shown by hovering the mouse over the icon reveal the ship that is created by the refit.


Within the Privateer specific Mark of Victory / Trade Exchange listing, this can be seen by the item name for the Refit of a San Fernando Fourth Rate to the Santa Rosa Fourth Rate. The Refit: item name states the Santa Rosa instead of the San Fernando. (This is also the case in the General section with the Hector / Adventure refit).


The listing here correctly shows which ship is refit and which ship is created in the same manner as it does for other ships, the reader needs to take note that the Refit: item name in game is labeled differently.

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