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Pagan Pete

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Pagan Pete last won the day on October 14 2015

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About Pagan Pete

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    Pillage & Plunder! Flaunting in front of the worlds navies. Long walks on the beach with the Cabin Boy...

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  1. I rekon lil Willy has made me soft, Im not on the list anymore
  2. The moral of the story is: If you DON'T want your ship stolen, there is the PVE server.
  3. I think this man here has hit on the perfect solution! Just enough space for noobs to grind in safety, and for Historical Brand(™) Pyracy to flourish. Looks like a Win-win to me! +3
  4. The problem is, WITH safe zones as that stand along the US coast, the CAN NOT be hit. It's ludicrous. Its a lose-lose senario. Eiteh the traders are safe and realist piracy is screwed, or the bankers win and the traders are screwed. Which, I ask you, is worse for the game numerically? Did the safe zones increase the number of users logged in? Or did the downward trend continue? If it didn't stop the loss of players, then ships being stolen is not the problem. Eh?
  5. I have said in the past, and its worth repeating; Give new players "Insurance" So if they get nailed, they get say.. 3 insurance instances where the ship and cargo are paid for.
  6. While you are at it, can you PLEASE return the Privateers sail controls to the old version? Its a fore and aft rigged, raked-mast schooner, not a sloop of war! =oO Giving it the same sail control options as the Cutter and the Prince and a… Brig??? Just isn't how that boat is sailed. [_]p Pagan Pete
  7. Did I ask that? Nay, I did not. You "fake news" people, always putting words in peoples mouthes
  8. Allow me to clarify. I meant that ALL the reinforcement zones are too large. I used the US coast as an example of how the overlap makes ships invulnerable. Be there anything else wot needs clarification?
  9. Dear esteemed developers, (yes, lil Willy is helping my with my elocution) It has come to my attention that the size of the reinforcement zones becomes problematic in areas where territorial capitols are too close together, (i.e.) the East Coast of the U.S. The overlap of the reinforcement zones there makes hitting ships impossible except in two, narrow, corridors just north and just south of Charelston. US shipping on the remainder of the coast is utterly immune to attack. Please consider giving olde Pete a nice Christmas present by reducing the size of these zones so that they don't overlap. Make Pyracy great Again! Yarrr, Pagan Pete
  10. Pagan Pete likes this, +3 Lil Willy likes this too, +0.5 o/
  11. Pagan Pete agrees. Public Shame them! Public Shame Them!!!
  12. Arrr! Give us a shout in game, and well get ye yer BLACK flag and yer complimentary rum! [_]p
  13. Pagan Pete likes this. No, wait.... Pagan Pete makes love to this!
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