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March 30, 2013

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March 29, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

NEW GLOBAL MISSION: FREE THE ISLANDERS!

The Spanish scum have captured our islander allies and sworn to hang them all in a few short weeks! ‘Tis time for all pirates to grab and oar and pull together! Saving our friends means learning the secrets to powerful new voodoo spells we can use at the Witch Doctor’s Hut!

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March 29, 2013

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March 28, 2013

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March 27, 2013

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March 27, 2013

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DID YOU KNOW THAT...

...Turgut Reis (1485 - 23 June 1565) is today remembered as one of the greatest Ottoman naval admiral and privateer of all time. He was active between years of 1500 to 1565 when he served as Bey (chieftain) of Algiers, Beylerbey (Fleet Commander) of the Mediterranean and Pasha (Lord) of Tripoli. He was also responsible for the rise of the city of Tripoli, which was regarded as one of the most important cities on the North African Coast. Reis secured his reputation by his involvement in many famous battles, most notably Battle of Preveza, Battle of Ponza, Battle of Djerba, and Siege of Malta in which he died. Today he remains well respected in Turkey, where many ships and towns carry his name.

… after years of decline, pirate attacks rose by 10% in 2007, and in 2008 they rose again with 111 incidents and 42 seized vessels. Roughly 10 times as many attacks happened in the first two months of 2009 compared with the same period the previous year. These days pirates operate by speedboat and zodiac, rather than by wooden ship.

... Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin began construction of his first airship, LZ-1, in June, 1898 in a floating wooden hangar on the Bodensee (Lake Constance) at Manzell (Friedrichshafen) in Southern Germany, not far from the Swiss border. The movable, floating shed allowed the ship to be positioned into the wind to enter or leave its hangar.
The ship was completed in the winter of 1899 but von Zeppelin decided to wait until the summer of 1900 before attempting to fly his invention. The ship was inflated with hydrogen gas in June and made its maiden flight on July 2, 1900. The first flight lasted about 18 minutes and covered about 3-1/2 miles over the lake.

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March 26, 2013

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March 26, 2013

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March 25, 2013

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March 25, 2013

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March 23, 2013

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March 22, 2013

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"I am sorry to see you here, but if you had fought like a man, you needn't be hanged like a dog."

- Anne Bonny to "Calico Jack" Rackham in prison after he had decided to surrender to pirate hunters instead of fight.

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March 22, 2013

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

NEW FEATURE - HARBOR!

Avast, ye scurvy malcontents!

Your Haven's Harbor may now safely stow your pirates, ships, and crew in the event of an attack! No longer must you send them to hidden Havens across the seven seas. From now on, all your units safe within your Harbor will be safe from raids or blockades – but be warned! Those units you hide will also be unable to defend your Haven!

While there is no limit to the number and type of units that can be sheltered in the Harbor, it will take your Units time to enter or leave them. To manage the Harbor, click on it or use the new «Harbor» tab from your Pirate Stronghold!

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March 21, 2013

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March 20, 2013

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March 20, 2013

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March 20, 2013

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DID YOU KNOW THAT...

...George Lowther was a low-level officer on board the Gambia Castle in 1721 when it was sent with a company of soldiers to resupply a British fort in Africa. Appalled by the conditions, Lowther and the men soon took command of the ship and went pirate. For two years, Lowther and his crew terrorized the Atlantic, taking ships everywhere they went. His luck ran out in October of 1723. While cleaning his ship, he was spotted by the Eagle, a heavily armed merchant ship. His men were captured, and although he escaped, anecdotal evidence suggests he shot himself on the deserted island afterwards.

...seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Invincible. The first one was a 74-gun French ship of the line, later a third-rate of the Royal Navy.
During the early part of the 18th century British ship designers had made few significant advances in design, whereas French shipbuilding benefited from a remarkably creative period. At the time of the capture of Invincible, there was not one 74-gun ship in the Royal Navy. By 1805 at the battle of Trafalgar, three quarters of British ships of the line were of this singular design and the 74-gun ship had become the backbone of all major navies of the world.
Invincible was one of the first trio of a new and longer type of 74-gun ships. Until 1738, French 74s had been little more than 154 (French) feet in gundeck length, carrying just thirteen pairs of 36-pdr guns on the lower deck, fourteen pairs of 18-pdr guns on the upper deck and eight pairs of 8-pdr guns on the quarterdeck and forecastle, with the balance of the 74 guns made up of four small 4-pdr guns on the poop.
At the First Battle of Cape Finisterre (14 May 1747) during the War of the Austrian Succession, Invincible was escorting a convoy of merchant ships when she was sighted by the British channel fleet of 16 ships of the line, which gave chase. Invincible attacked the British ships to give the convoy a chance to escape, and alone engaged six British warships. HMS Invincible sank in February 1758 when she hit a sandbank in the East Solent. The ship remained upright for 3 days after its grounding allowing the crew to safely escape. The wreck site was designated under the Protection of Wrecks Act on 30 September 1980. In 1996 Amer Ved grounded at the wreck site, although it is not clear whether or not this resulted in damage to the remains.

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March 19, 2013

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March 19, 2013

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March 18, 2013

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March 18, 2013

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March 17, 2013

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March 16, 2013

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Pirate legend

Palatine

The Palatine gleamed in the sunlight as she set out with a full crew, a long list of passengers, and a hull full of merchandise for the American Colonies the winter of 1750-1751. Certainly, there was no indication that morning of the destiny fate had in store for her.

It was not until the first of the storms blew the ship off course that the passengers began to sense the trouble brewing under the surface between the captain and his crew. By the time the storms had ended, the captain was dead, murdered by his crew, and the passengers were prisoners. During the days which followed, the sailors forced the passengers to pay exorbitant prices for a bit of bread and some water to drink.

One morning, the passengers awoke to find that the crew had stolen all of their money and stores and had abandoned the ship. Terrified, they could do nothing but ride out the next series of storms sent by the devils which rule the Atlantic in winter.

The Palatine came to ruin just off of Block Island. The shore folk bravely faced the storm to rescue the starving passengers from the wreck. Then they set fire to the ship so that it would not endanger any passing ships. But as the ship burned, the shore folk heard a wild scream. A mad woman, confined on the ship during the voyage, had been left on board!

Every year since then, on the day of the tragedy, the Palatine reappears off the shore and is wrecked and burned before the eyes of any who watch for her.

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March 15, 2013

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March 15, 2013

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"In an honest service there is thin commons, low wages, and hard labor; in this, plenty and satiety, pleasure and ease, liberty and power; and who would not balance creditor on this side, when all the hazard that is run for it, at worst, is only a sour look or two at choking. No, a merry life and a short one, shall be my motto."

Bartholomew "Black Bart" Roberts

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March 14, 2013

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Captains!

It is time to find out who was the fastest and the smartest pirate of this week! Are you ready to know who won 500 RUBIES?

You did a great job and 3 randomly chosen winners get 500 RUBIES each.

So the lucky winners are:

- Andrei Alexa

- Angie Hettenbach

- Nadoleanu Stefan

And the correct answers are:

1. Which buccaneer led the expedition across the Pacific coasts, recorded by Basil Ringrose?

- Bartholomew Sharp. Ringrose wrote an elaborate, revealing account of the adventure of the buccaneer across the Isthmus of Panama. This journal later became a part of Alexander Esquimelin's "Buccaneers of America"

2. How much did the manacles that William Kidd wore in 1699 at a Boston jail weigh?

- 16 lbs. Kidd was hanged twice in 1701 because the first rope snapped. His body was covered with tar to make it last so it could serve as a warning to all seamen.

3. Why the raid of Gambia Castle performed by Howell Davis became so famous?

- Howell Davis was one of the cleverest pirates in history, preferring tricks to violence. In 1718, Captain Davis decided to sack Gambia Castle, an English fort on the coast of Africa. Rather than attack with cannons, her devised a trick. Posing as a wealthy merchant looking to buy slaves, he gained the trust of the castle commander. Invited to the castle, he positioned his men between the castle guards and their weapons. Suddenly, he pulled a pistol on the commander and his men took the castle without firing a shot. The merry pirates locked up the soldiers, drank all the alcohol in the castle, fired the fort’s cannons for fun and made off with 2,000 pounds of silver.

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March 14, 2013

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3 winners will be chosen RANDOMLY and will get 500 RUBIES. The time of submission doesn't play crucial role anymore! Everybody can win!

Here are today's questions:

1) Which buccaneer led the expedition across the Pacific coasts, recorded by Basil Ringrose?

2) How much did the manacles that William Kidd wore in 1699 at a Boston jail weigh?

3) Why the raid of Gambia Castle performed by Howell Davis became so famous?


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March 13, 2013

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March 13, 2013

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March 13, 2013

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DID YOU KNOW THAT...

... while most sailors of the time knew Aroudj, it was Kheir ed-Din who made the Barbarossa brothers legendary?
To honor his dead brother, Kheir ed-Din dyed his beard and hair with henna. Rather than attack one or two ships, he attacked whole fleets. He seized Tunisian ports, installed himself as the ruler, and made Algiers his capital where he lived off the plunder garnered from his naval exploits. In 1530 he became a lieutenant general in the Ottoman Navy with a fleet of forty galleys. Seven years later he had 135 galleys at his disposal and took ten thousand captives.

Like his brother, he was courageous and determined. He was a prudent man with a keen intelligence and statesmanlike tact. Unlike his brother, Kheir ed-Din weighed the risk of an exploit against the end result. If the hazard was too great or defeat was the inevitable outcome, he turned elsewhere.

When Kheir ed-Din died in 1546 from fever, three Arabic words announced his death. Translated they mean “The chief of the sea is dead.”

... a whipstaff, sometimes called a whip or kolder-stok, is a device used in 16th and 17th century Europe to control the movement of a large sailing ship?
Its development preceded the invention of the more-complex ship's wheel and followed the simple use of a tiller to control the steering of a ship underway. With the whipstaff situated inside a cabin or below the main deck, a window provided the helmsman with a view of the sails, rather than what lay ahead on the ocean. Lookouts relayed needed information, while the navigator stood on the deck above the steerage cabin and gave instructions through a speaking tube.

... HMS Reliant was the ship captained by William Laurence before the hatching of Temeraire?
The Reliant was a 36-gun frigate with 200-300 men. Such ships had a powerful combination of maneuverability and firepower, and were used as fast scouts or to interdict enemy shipping, which brought the potential of prize money.
After Laurence's departure, the Reliant remained with Horatio Nelson's fleet as it chased the French across the Atlantic. The Reliant then became part of the blockade at Cadiz during the period leading up to the Battle of Trafalgar. The ship took serious damage in a storm after the battle, and went into drydock for repairs.

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March 12, 2013

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March 11, 2013

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March 11, 2013

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March 9, 2013

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"The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore."

Vincent Van Gogh

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March 8, 2013

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March 8, 2013

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March 7, 2013

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Captains!

It is time to find out who was the fastest and the smartest pirate of this week! Are you ready to know who won 500 RUBIES?

You did a great job and 3 randomly chosen winners get 500 RUBIES each.

So the lucky winners are:

- Bruno Delamarre

- Grigore Liviu

- Papaw Rigsby

And the correct answers are:

1. Known to English-speakers as Redbeard, what Turkish pirate became the ruler of the north African city of Algiers in 1516?

- Aruj, better known to the rest of the world as Redbeard (or Barbarossa), took up piracy much closer to his home in the Ottoman Empire-- no Caribbean for this one. He was a terrifying figure in the Mediterranean and the Aegean Seas. His goal was to liberate refugees in Southern Europe, Northern Africa, and the Middle East though many of his plans ended up resulting in raids, plundering, and piracy. At one point his journey took him to Algiers; he took control and became the Sultan, ultimately reshaping that portion of the world by allowing Ottoman rule to take over. Why not take control if you want to be a better pirate? It certainly makes you more reputable!


2. Which famous fictional pirate was the Captain of the Black Pig?

- Captain Pugwash and his crew were the stars of books and comic strips before being made into a kids' animated TV show for the BBC. The books were written by John Ryan, and the TV show ran from 1957 into the 1970s. There is an urban legend that the crew of the Black Pig had 'dubious' names, but in reality they were Master Mate, Tom the Cabin Boy, Willie, and Barnabas. Captain Pugwash's name was Horatio. The 'baddie' in the stories was Cut-throat Jake.


3. Jean Laffite was a pirate who provided assistance to America in what war?

- War of 1812. Specifically, the battle of New Orleans

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March 7, 2013

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Ahoy!

It is time for the quiz!!

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DO NOT write your answers as a comment to this question.

You have 12 HOURS to submit your answers!

3 winners will be chosen RANDOMLY and will get 500 RUBIES. The time of submission doesn't play crucial role anymore! Everybody can win!

Here are today's questions:

1) Known to English-speakers as Redbeard, what Turkish pirate became the ruler of the north African city of Algiers in 1516?

2) Which famous fictional pirate was the Captain of the Black Pig?


3) Jean Laffite was a pirate who provided assistance to America in what war?


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March 6, 2013

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March 6, 2013

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March 6, 2013

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DID YOU KNOW THAT...

... Brothers Jean and Pierre Lafitte, the "Gentleman Pirates", were renowned for their fair and even handed treatment of the crews of captured ships, often returning the vessel back to its original crew once they had purloined the cargo. Unable to run their 'business' properly when the US Embargo Act of 1807 came into force, they founded their own port which was soon a thriving town.
Under the terms of the Embargo Act, US ships were forbidden from visiting foreign ports. This caused difficulties for merchants and traders, and the Lafitte brothers spotted a "gap in the market" for smuggled goods. Barataria was established on an island near the swampland of the Louisiana coast and quickly became a haven for sailors and assorted rogues eager to crew the pirate's ships.

...There was a pistol specifically created for left-handers?
This pistol had the lock on the left side instead of the right. This made it easier to be drawn with the left hand, an important advantage if the right hand is already occupied with a cutlass.


... Christopher Condent, an English pirate, after stealing from the East India Company, received a pardon from the French and retired to France where he became a wealthy shipping magnate?
Originally, Condent was a privateer for the British during the War of Spanish Succession. After taking an Arab ship prize, Condent was worried that the ship had been doing business with the East India Company. However, he had made enough loot to allow him to retire at that stage.

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March 5, 2013

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March 4, 2013

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Quick Tips

House o' Navigation

You can upgrade the speed of your Galleons by building and upgrading the House o' Navigation (max. level 20). The faster your Galleons, the faster your transactions. This means you can make emergency transfers of Resources and Sketches and free up your Galleons for more Trading missions. Discover «Mathematics» to unlock the House o' Navigation.

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March 4, 2013

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March 2, 2013

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March 1, 2013

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Well done, Captains!

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March 1, 2013

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