Players can find all kind of cannon projectiles scattered throughout the map just like any other resource.
Here is an overview of their damage and speed.
Take into account that 1 ship damage translates in 3 wood needed to repair. So a normal cannonball will leave a hole that takes 15 wood to fix. Cannonballs can also do headshot damage.
|Image||Name||Ship damage||Sail damage||Player damage||Player AoE damage||Speed||Projectile drop||Effect on hit|
|Shoulder cannon cannonball||2||3||60||40||10||2.5|
|Anti-cannon cannonball||4||5||60||30||10||1.7||Blocks enemy cannons from turning. They can still be fired, but are locked in place.|
|Trapshot cannonball||10||5||60||30||5||4||Drops the anchor of the enemy ship|
|Heavy cannonball||10||15||100||20||5||4||Damages enemy players inside ships through the hull|
|Exploding Barrel||16 (4 + 3x4 AoE)
Only AoE if just
blown up or
|5||100||65||5||4||Explodes, causing damage to both players and the ship.|