The third, and thankfully final, High Stakes treasure map points you towards a winding, treacherous, and downright annoying path that winds around a cliff edge. It's located on a mountain to the southwest of Bacchus Station and northwest of Fort Wallace. Ignore what the map itself says about passing through two peaks, and instead go here:
Treasures, formerly known as Treasure Chests, are Tool items that can be purchased from the Store, received as an item drop, or obtained by successfully unlocking a charm. They were originally introduced with the opening of the Store on May 31st, 2012. Treasures are modelled after a theme, be it a specific hero, or an event. When opened, the player will be rewarded with one of the items listed in the chest's description. Some treasures may drop multiple items.
Although having believed that the curse that former captain Jack Sparrow spoke of was a mere ghost story, Captain Barbossa had the crew of the Black Pearl sail on, pressing towards Isla de Muerta. Locating the island of the dead, the crew found the treasure and took all 882 pieces of Aztec gold from the stone chest. At some point prior to finding the island, Barbossa would get a pet monkey that he would name "Jack", after his old captain, who also took at least one piece of the treasure. The crew then go out spending and trading every bit on food, drink and pleasurable company, eventually ridding themselves of all gold pieces. It was around this point that the crew discovered that they were cursed. They suffered a living death, in which no amount of food, drink or pleasurable company would satisfy. When they step into the moonlight, the grim effects of the curse were plain to see: the crew's flesh vanished from their bones, and become walking skeletons. Therefore, each member of the crew was doomed to reside as members of the undead for their transgression.
After figuring out that it was the Aztec gold pieces that placed the curse upon them, Barbossa's crew soon learned, possibly through reading the Aztec writing on the stone chest, that the only way to undo their curse was by returning all the gold back into the chest. And so with their goal set, the now-cursed crew of the Black Pearl aimed to reclaim all 882 pieces of the Aztec gold and lift their curse. Bootstrap Bill Turner, on the other hand, did not join the crew's desperate search. He had been feeling guilty because of what they did to Jack Sparrow, believing that it wasn't right with the Code, so far as to say that the crew deserved to be cursed for what they did and to remain cursed. That was when Bootstrap sent his piece of the treasure to his child in England, because he never wanted Barbossa's crew to be able to lift the curse. In response, an angered Barbossa had Bootstrap Bill tied to a cannon and thrown overboard, eternally drowning but unable to die because of the Aztec curse. He was left to suffer at the crushing depths of the bottom of the ocean. It wasn't until after Bootstrap was thrown overboard did the crew learn of an additional requirement to lift the curse: all the plundered treasure had to be restored in total and a blood debt repaid, which now seemed impossible with Bootstrap lost to them. However, a chance of salvation lied in Bootstrap's child, who had both his coin and Turner blood in his veins.
The cursed crew of the Black Pearl now had two things to do: get all the gold back and add their blood to the chest. During their search, Barbossa's crew used Isla de Muerta as a base where they didn't just bring the Aztec gold, but heaped up all their plunder into the caves. Until the curse was lifted, wealth was worthless to them, for nothing they can buy brings them pleasure. The treasure on Isla de Muerta included huge quantities of gold and silver bars and coins, which came from raids on Spanish ships heading back to Seville from the country's colonies in Mexico and Peru. But some of the most valuable pieces are jewelry stolen from wealthy passengers on ships the Black Pearl attacked. Sightings of the Black Pearl had been reported all over the world, ranging from Madagascar to Newport to Singapore, where the infamous pirate ship preyed on ships and settlements, and was believed to have left no survivors. Due to their immortality and prior fighting experience of most of the crew members, the cursed crew of the Black Pearl was a deadly threat.
With the table set, Elizabeth had dinner with Barbossa. As Elizabeth ate, Barbossa watched, his hungry eyes never leaving Elizabeth's mouth. Pouring a glass of wine, he offered it to his guest and watched once more as she gulped it down. It wasn't until Barbossa offered an apple that Elizabeth was aware of his intense gaze and that he wasn't eating; even Barbossa's monkey was staring at her. Suddenly wary of Barbossa's offer, Elizabeth thought the food was poisoned. Barbossa laughed and said there was no sense in killing her before talking about Elizabeth's medallion. He explained that it was Aztec gold, one of 882 pieces given to Cortés as a bribe to stop him looting their country. Barbossa told the story of how he and his crew became cursed, after taking the gold from Isla de Muerta and spent it all. He added that the curse could only be lifted when all the scattered gold pieces were returned in full and the blood repaid. Having retrieved the medallion and believing Elizabeth is the daughter of the late pirate Bill Turner, he is happy that their curse will end. Finally getting to his point, Barbossa told Elizabeth that she was the last blood sacrifice needed to lift the curse, saying "that's why there's no sense to be killing you. Yet."
At almost the exact same moment, "Fire!" rang out from both ships, and the air filled with the sound of cannons blasting. Still locked in the brig, Jack Sparrow peered through a hole in the Black Pearl and watched as the cannons fired, until a blast suddenly rang out in which he ducked just as a huge hole was blown through his cell wall. "Stop blowing holes in my ship!" he cried out. When the smoke cleared and the guns were momentarily silenced, everyone took in the damage. Over on the Pearl, silverware and glass littered the deck and hull. Near one of the one of the cannons, Pintel looked at the silverware and noticed that Ragetti had a fork sticking out of his wooden eye and yanked it out. In the brig, Jack found Gibbs' flask and tried drinking out of it, only to find it empty, until he saw his cell blasted open. Now free, Jack pushed open the door further and made his way out. As Barbossa continued to lay siege to the Interceptor, Elizabeth, Will, Gibbs, and Anamaria desperately tried to think of a new plan whilst defending themselves from the cursed pirates. After Gibbs said they needed a devil's dowry, Anamaria advocated that they'd give Elizabeth to Barbossa's crew. But Will and Elizabeth realized that they wanted something of much more value: the medallion. The fight was in full force as Will went belowdecks in search of the medallion.
Outside the caves of Isla de Muerta, the clouds parted, revealing the bright face of a full moon hovering over the Dauntless, silently moored off the coast. Underneath the water, shafts of moonlight pierced the murky blue, illuminating a school of fish. Suddenly, the fish scattered in all directions as out of the shadows marched Barbossa's cursed crew. Once again, their flesh had disappeared and only their bones could be seen through their tattered clothing as they simply walk upon the sea bed toward the unsuspecting Dauntless. As the cursed pirates climbed up the ship's anchor, Norrington and his men sat in the longboats, unaware of the impending danger facing their fellow crew members. All eyes were trained on the cave entrance, where a longboat rowed into view. Inside the longboat, sat Pintel and Ragetti, dressed in women's clothing. As Pintel rowed, Ragetti twirled a parasol about, smiling as he said what they were doing was "just like what the Greeks did at Troy." Rolling his eyes, Pintel continued to row.
For the next year, the crew of the Black Pearl had set out for many adventures, whether it was searching for treasures, evading the Royal Navy, or captured merchant ships. At some point, the crew managed to narrowly escaped Commodore Norrington's pursuit off of Tripoli, despite the Dauntless running afoul of a hurricane. The crew would also try to find Isla de Muerta, where they would retrieve its treasure, but they would soon discover that the entire island was taken by the sea along with its treasure. Only Barbossa's now-undead monkey Jack would survive this ordeal, having been cursed once more, and found his way aboard the Pearl. About a year after being saved from the gallows, Jack Sparrow had problems with his unique compass, to a point where the whole crew knew it hadn't worked properly since he was saved from the gallows.
Get through the small entrance, use Odin's Sight to see the room at the left, and very carefully blow all the flammable pots inside until they're all destroyed and you're able to get under a small crack in the wall (previously hidden by pots) leading to the tablet.
In a sprawling mansion filled with peculiar treasures, January Scaller is a curiosity herself. As the ward of the wealthy Mr. Locke, she feels little different from the artifacts that decorate the halls: carefully maintained, largely ignored, and utterly out of place.
Back in Midgard, Kratos returns to Freya's stronghold where Freya too had a son, and that he disappeared many years ago and vows herself to learn from her past mistakes with Kratos concluding that he must know the truth. Atreus recovers successfully and continues on the journey. As they are about to leave the grotto, Kratos notices Atreus acting quiet, and knows that he overheard his talk with Freya, he tells his father that he said he was cursed, he thought that he was weak because he wasn't like his father, and along the journey, everything was different for him. Kratos tells him he doesn't know everything, Atreus is aware of this, but knows the truth. Kratos instead tells him that he's a god from another land far away, when he came to Midgard, he chose to live as a man, but the truth is that he was born a deity, as well as Atreus. Atreus asks his father if he can turn into an animal, but Kratos assures him that he can't as he does not know of his future god-like powers. Atreus is excited that he is a god and asks his father if Faye was a god as well. Kratos tells his son, that she was mortal, but was aware of his true nature. When the boy asks of why his father waited so long to tell him, Kratos comforts Atreus saying that he hoped to spare him, that being a god can be a lifetime of anguish and tragedy, which is the curse. Atreus, however, doesn't feel like a god, but in time, both father and son will learn. Atreus is still unsure if he could turn into a wolf, but Kratos is welcome to be surprised, Mimir adds that every god is unique such as a faculty for languages especially for one so young. 2b1af7f3a8