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• 9/13/2013

quests ideas

for the quests i have three names what might be good :)

quest 1. barbossas grogo sword quest (unloks at level 15 sword level 17)

quest 2. jacks outfit (unlcoks level 30)

quest 3. jolly rogers hat quest (unlocks level 25)

i gotta go to school please dont remove me from gm events im only giving ideas.

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Agree - or Disagree Disagree -

please say :)

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Direwolves
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• 9/13/2013

It is copyright. Sorry Lize, but I am going to have to agree with William on this one Disagree

Disagree - Change the characters, give a little insight, and I am THINKING that William will agree on it.
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• 9/13/2013
ok ty for your apinyon
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• 9/13/2013

Here's a tip: Try not to think about Pirates of the Caribbean - just generally pirates.

JGSig1
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• 9/13/2013

Disagree

Disagree -


Stop using ANYTHING from Pirates Online. Think beyond that. I think having special quests based on historical pirates though is a grand idea. It provides a history lesson and talks about PIRATES of LEGEND!

  • Edward Teach aka Blackbeard
  • Anne Bonny & Mary Read - Some of the few notable female pirates of the time and somehow they managed to meet and work together under Calico Jack Rackham.
  • Henry Morgan - English privateer who once capture Panama City and led as many as 1,700 men.
  • Bartholomew Roberts aka Black Bart - Pillaged or took nearly 400 ships.
  • Jean Fleury - French privateer that is rumored to have captures the real Aztec treasure of Cortez.
  • Francois Le Clerc - Privateer who plundered numerous towns
  • Edward Low - Captured some 100 ships in just a 3 year career.


Oh and another interesting piece of history that might make a good storyline or quest is the number of pirates who were actually freed or escaped slaves. As many as 30% of the 5000+ pirates active between 1715 and 1725 were Africans since piracy meant freedom.

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• 9/13/2013

i think i kinda Disagree

Disagree - to
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• 9/13/2013

One thing alot of games like POTBS lack is the fact that they are historically accurate, environment wise but aren't historical anything much quest/mission wise. Eliza makes some great points and suggestions some we should look into without a doubt. Although Something I believe we should determine is the year in which it takes place so we can assess what countries are involved. We know from what Ive seen were in 1700-1800 era but is it going be like POTCO which is currently in year 1746 or a different year?

As far as the quest ideas from Lize go Disagree

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• 9/13/2013

PotC was set in the waning days of the Golden Age of Piracy. We could go earlier (1670s-1730s)

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• 9/14/2013

Disagree

Disagree - we appreciate your helping but just remember to not give any copyrights.
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• 9/14/2013

Disagree

Disagree - Are you trying to get us sued?
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• 9/14/2013
ElizaCreststeel wrote:
Disagree Disagree -

Stop using ANYTHING from Pirates Online. Think beyond that. I think having special quests based on historical pirates though is a grand idea. It provides a history lesson and talks about PIRATES of LEGEND!

  • Edward Teach aka Blackbeard
  • Anne Bonny & Mary Read - Some of the few notable female pirates of the time and somehow they managed to meet and work together under Calico Jack Rackham.
  • Henry Morgan - English privateer who once capture Panama City and led as many as 1,700 men.
  • Bartholomew Roberts aka Black Bart - Pillaged or took nearly 400 ships.
  • Jean Fleury - French privateer that is rumored to have captures the real Aztec treasure of Cortez.
  • Francois Le Clerc - Privateer who plundered numerous towns
  • Edward Low - Captured some 100 ships in just a 3 year career.


Oh and another interesting piece of history that might make a good storyline or quest is the number of pirates who were actually freed or escaped slaves. As many as 30% of the 5000+ pirates active between 1715 and 1725 were Africans since piracy meant freedom.

Yep, yep, yep, this is just what we need, I have a whole deck of pirates (pirate nerd :P) that we can use.