How to collect blue and white flames from the Well of Fates in Sea of Thieves

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Sea of Thieves sure does love its events in this game. The newest event, Fate of the Damned, has brought a new set of challenges to the high seas. This time around you need to collect blue and white flames from the Well of Fates. Yes, that means you’re going to be going to the lands of the dead quite often in this event. You must take these flames from the Well of Fates on the Ferry of the Damned.

You just need to die in a certain way to alter the color of the flame. The flame you’re after is in the sconce in the middle of the Ferry of the Damned. just die in the ways listed below then approach the sconce in the middle and grab the flame.

Collecting the Blue Flame of Fate

You will find it much easier to get the blue flame compared to the other one. In order to get this flame, you need to die to a shark. This means you’re going into the drink for a swim. When you get killed by a shark, check the Well of Fates for the colored flame. The size of the shark does not matter, you can die to either a regular shark or the mighty chomp of a Megalodon and still get the blue flame. Shark attacks are random but usually occur after you get stuck in the water for a few minutes. just hop off your boat and go for a swim to get this flame.

Collecting the White Flame of Fate

The White flame is much harder to get, as you need to die to a lightning strike. To be struck by lighting, you must sail your boat right into the heart of a storm on the seas. The next step is to stand out on the upper deck of the ship holding a metal object like a shovel. When you do this, you will start to see lightning strikes around your boat. You have to also get kind of lucky and get killed by the strike, which doesn’t always happen.

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To make sure you get taken out by the initial strike, you want to reduce your initial health in some way, either by poisoning or combat. Reduce your health and then sail into the storm to get taken out. If you don’t get taken out by the strike, you will be lit on fire. The bad thing about this is that it results in a red flame not a white one.

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