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  1. Here's a list of historical books found on Google Books or the Gutenberg project. As the their copyright is expired, they can be download free of charge in various file formats. 1. Naval history, tactics and historical battles Naval Battles, from 1744 to the peace of 1814, crtically reviewed and illustrated, by Rear Admiral Sir Charles Ekins, published in London, 1824: http://books.google.de/books?id=CvZBAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=de#v=onepage&q&f=false A Manual of Naval Tactics, together with a brief critical analysis of the principal modern naval battles, by James
  2. NAB-94261 Could not select a bopok for 4th (last open) slot on Wasa. Upon selection the book immediately disappeared again in the UI as well as leaving ship stats unchanged. Temporary fix for players: Hopping outof port and back in resolved the problem for me.
  3. A lot of people have the perception that pvp is unbalanced/unfair because they don't have the best books/upgrades. Why not make them all available in the admiralty store for doubloons?
  4. Hello fellow sailors this will be a long reading. On the 28 August 2018 @admin posted this at the bottom of page 3 of the patch 26 thread I always had some thoughts about this and now want to share it and explain how I imagine a new officer and crew system could potentially look like. First of all I always thought that crew in this game stays to much on the sideline and has no real value other than being needed to crew a ship. Sure we have to pay a certain amount of reals to replace lost sailors but atm these are peanuts and nobody should have a problem to pay for crew. If you cons
  5. Since we're considering new DLC's, I think the one which would give new players gunnery encyclopedia and ship handling books for some additional payment would be really useful. It would limit the gap between new and old players a bit. In the same time it wouldn't be "pay 2 win", since you can get those books through in-game actions. 5 ring book is less critical. Two mentioned above, especially ship handling, really make a difference in PvP.
  6. Suggestion: Give access to all pve drops (except chests) for pve and pvp currency in the admiralty shop Details: AI battles inside the carezone just give xp and cash AI battles outside the carezone give in addtion to xp and cash pve currency Pros: reduce impact of rng reduce price of items easy access less fear of loss less grind Cons: reduce pve content less motivation to play
  7. Ok that title needs to be put in context... But, in many ports you can find the same old books, the basic stuff, pellews, boatswain 6-7 , rum rations etc.. and this is what I am referring to by 'too common' I'd like to suggest that these basic books be less common, I mean you only use them once, and increase the availability of the 'basic' upgrades. Many ports will have no upgrades at all, but they will have 7 different 'basic' books. Players use more of the upgrades than they ever will books. I'd also suggest reviewing the drop rates of these 'basic books' from AI ships, esp
  8. ☸ Part V - Modifier series guide: Admirality book modifiers ☸ ▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄ █ Ship crafting: █ Wood and trim modifiers █ Permanent Upgrades: █ Store - Refit & Note modifiers █ Store - Bow figurines modifiers █ Loot - Perma Upgrade modifiers █ Regular Upgrades: █ Store - Admirality book modifiers █ Loot - Upgrade book modifiers ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Since no-one has done it yet, here the stats of the books aka upgrades captains are able to buy from the admirality store. All listed Items use a Slot as one Regular Upgrade aka Knowlege-Slot. Boardin
  9. Hi, I asked the question in game chat but had no answers so i ask it here in hope to get a clear answer to this : The game seems to have quite a large number of books, the UI for the " Library" of books used seems to have a limited space for them, i don't know if the UI is dynamic and will adapt or not, until now i did not saw much examples of dynamic UI in this game so i have a doubt and have to ask before screwing up. There is still quite some book possible to be added for boarding or speed for example and room seems limited, so question is simple, do we have Capta
  10. I recently bought a book note (Hammocks 5th rate), at the Admiralty store, clicked "use" and it disappeared. I am hoping that this book will add Hammocks (extra crew), to the ships I craft in the future. Can anyone tell me if this is correct or if not, how do you use the Books function? Thanks
  11. http://historicalnavaladventures.papertrell.com/ McBooks Press' new site for historical naval ebooks and audio books. It's nice to see series listed in order(*), but note the Kindle limitation -- though I think most of these are also available via Amazon. *At least it looks like they are in order. Recommendations: Fiction with modern sensibilities - Dudley Pope's Ramage series Fiction, contemporary - The works by Captain Marryat, who lived what he wrote about. Mr. Midshipman Easy and The King's Own. Note that Cordingly's book on Pirates is here as an audiobook too.
  12. Hi all, So my first post here, and I thought I would share some of my favourite naval books along with authors. Some excellent reading to get us into the mood for this game when its out. Please feel free to post any further materials which may interest others, but I would appreciate it if we could keep it on topic First and foremost, my favourite author at the moment. Julian Stockwin - The Kydd series, and excellent first book Kydd sets the tone for what is a brilliantly written ongoing series of books about Kydd a Wig Makers son from Guildford who gets caught up by the Royal
  13. Because there doesn't seem to be anything here yet, I thought I would throw in a reccomendation for reading resources that would help anyone trying to create a period accurate and realistic game for this time period.... or Models....or just anyone plum interested in this sort of thing. The two books I have used to help expand my knowledge of the age of sail over the years are not the easiest to find but amazing resources. These titles are "Seamanship in the Age of Sail: An Account of the Shiphandling of the Sailing Man-Of-War 1600-1860" by John Harland. This covers in detail how ships were
  14. We assume, for the sake of illustration, that the reader wishes to become practically acquainted with the method of fitting out, arming, manning, and manoeuvring privateers and letter-of-marque ships in ancient Liverpool. A book worth the (free) download and definately worth reading: History of the LIVERPOOL PRIVATEERS and Letters of Marque by Gomers Williams, 1897 (available in several other formats) An excerpt (p. 26): [On how to act when met by a ship of much superior force] "Begin the attack upon the weather quarter, shooting the ship upon the wind with the helm a-lee,
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