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Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag Walkthrough

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Naval Forts

Liberating Forts opens up the Naval Contracts and accessible fast travel areas. Also, capturing a fort will show up a portion of the world map, revealing locations, treasures and collectibles around the location. Since these serve as your own outposts, any enemy ships entering your own fort area will be attacked mercilessly. Eleven forts in total are available in-game and they will all be up for grabs after clearing Sequence 5. Classifications are labeled as easy, medium or hard to give you some tips on what you are trying to face. After destroying the fort’s defenses, you should dock beside it, enter the area, then killing the specified targets. Once this is done, that partcular fort will be yours. Doing so also gives you access to the harbourmaster shop available for each fort. Completion of all naval forts rewards you the Achievement ‘King of the Castle’. These are the general rules to follow when engaging enemy forts:

1.) There are basically two types of forts. The common one which is a fort that is partly covering an island's edge. These forts are strategically placed on island corners and cover a pretty large area of the island. The hard when it comes to these forts is if they have higher towers situated way above and at the back. You should aim very high to reach them, using mostly the broadside cannons or the mortars. Also, when you reach the fort's end you are tasked to turn back and go around the fort to the other direction. This is time-consuming and you should always brace up while turning to at least any damage you might receive.


2.) Another fort type is the island-type. This fort is at the top of an isolated island and has a circumferential coverage around the area. This means no matter where you go they can target you and attack you better compared to the other type. But actually this kind of fort is much easier to defeat since you can just attack it on one side, go around the whole island to recover, then attack again on the other side. Do this continually, encircling the whole island non-stop while firing mortars from the back side and broadside cannons at the front.


Below are the list of all naval forts and there corresponding details:

* Naval Fort: Dry Tortuga
* Difficulty: Easy
* Number of Defences: 1 Side Cannon, 2 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: One


* Naval Fort: Eleuthera
* Difficulty: Easy
* Number of Defences: 1 Side Cannon, 3 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: One


* Naval Fort: Gibara
* Difficulty: Easy
* Number of Defences: 1 Side Cannon, 2 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: One


* Naval Fort: Cabo de Cruz
* Difficulty: Medium
* Number of Defences: 2 Side Cannons, 2 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: One


* Naval Fort: Castillo de Jagua
* Difficulty: Medium
* Number of Defences: 3 Side Cannons, 3 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: Two


* Naval Fort: Conttoyor
* Difficulty: Medium
* Number of Defences: 3 Side Cannons, 4 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: Two


* Naval Fort: Navassa
* Difficulty: Medium
* Number of Defences: 4 Side Cannons, 5 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: Three


* Naval Fort: Punta Guarico
* Refer to 'Sequence 05: The Forts' in the story mode for further details.


* Naval Fort: Charlotte
* Difficulty: Hard
* Number of Defences: 2 Side Cannons, 2 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: Two


* Naval Fort: Chinchorro
* Difficulty: Hard
* Number of Defences: 2 Side Cannons, 3 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: Three


* Naval Fort: Chinchorro
* Difficulty: Hard
* Number of Defences: 3 Side Cannons, 4 Defense Towers
* Target Officials Inside: Three







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