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A player recruits captains and crew through the crew roster interface. This is also where the player may get the most detail about individual captains or crew members. A player may have a maximum of 5 captains and 25 crew members at any given time.

Captains and crew members are assigned to ships through the Shipyard interface by clicking on the plus sign under the ship stats at the top of the window. At any given time, a ship may have only 1 captain, but may have up to 5 crew members assigned to it. Captains and crew members add their stats (Morale, Combat, Seafaring, and Speed) to those of the ship to determine a voyage's chance of success. They may also possess other traits that affect the rewards for success or penalties for failure.

Captains and crew members become better through experience gained by successfully completing voyages. The farther you progress into the Wushanko Isles, the better will be the captains and crew available for hire. Although there are free captains and crew members available, replacing them with better crew members hired using chimes and port resources will be critical to advancing through the game.

CaptainsEdit

A ship must have a captain before it can go on a voyage. Until a captain has been assigned to a ship, crew cannot be assigned to it and previously assigned crew will not be shown. Each ship may only have one captain assigned to it.

Only one visiting captain is available for hire at a time. If the visiting captain is hired, the spot will remain vacant until reset at 00:00 UTC unless a Captain Reroll is used. Captain rerolls are available as rewards for completing the port random event minigames. At reset, or when rerolled, the visiting captain (if any) is replaced by a new randomly determined visiting captain, and the current visiting captain is lost.

Base stats and specialitiesEdit

Captains have base stats determined by their quality. Their base stats are the same for 3 stats while a fourth stat, their speciality, will be approximately double that value. The player starts with a free captain of the lowest quality. The first two tiers of captains are available immediately, but additional tiers of better, more expensive, captains become available as more areas are unlocked.

Base stats Speciality Cost Chimes icon Unlocked
50 100 0 The Arc
100 200 100
200 500 2,500 The Skull
350 700 10,000 The Hook
N/A The Scythe, The Bowl,
The Pincers, The Loop
Varies, see table below The Shield
The Shield
Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Cost Chimes icon
1,050 550 600 350 35,000
600 1,050 550 350 35,000
550 600 1,050 350 35,000
550 550 550 950 27,500

Some high-level bar upgrades increase your chance of attracting captains with particular specialities. These are not available until the Bowl region has been unlocked.

Your crewEdit

The Crew Roster shows your currently recruited units on the left and a recruiting interface on the right. You may get more information about individual captains or crew members by selecting them in the crew display. Information on the selected captain or crew member is shown below your crew display. If the unit is not on a voyage, it may be dismissed from the roster by clicking on the icon and then clicking on the red button in the bottom left corner.

Captains and crew members are assigned to ships from the Shipyard interface.

StatisticsEdit

Each captain and crew member has statistics in Morale, Combat, Seafaring, and Speed. These are determined by four factors:

  • The base stats of the particular type of unit, which are shown in the recruiting interface. The base stats alone determine the xp gain of the unit.
  • The level boosts gained by the unit.
  • Any traits that the unit has.
  • Personal bonuses specific to an individual unit. These do not appear in the crew roster until the unit has been recruited.

When a captain or crew member has been highlighted in the Crew Roster interface, if you hover your mouse over the Stat name (Morale, Combat, Seafaring, or Speed), you can see how much of the stat value is due to base value, level boost, personal bonus, or named traits.

LevelEdit

Each captain and crew member has a level (which starts at 0) and can be increased by gaining experience on voyages. When captains and crew members gain a level, their stats are increased by 10% of their base stats. This level boost is not affected by previous level boosts, personal bonuses, or traits. Therefore, for example, a Smuggler (with base a stat of 70 Seafaring) always gains exactly 7 Seafaring per level.

Jagex has never commented on whether there is a top limit to the crew level.  However, no player has yet reported a level greater than 10.

TraitsEdit

Captains and crew members may have between zero and four traits, which are permanent modifiers given in addition to the unit's base statistics. It is possible to have the same trait in multiple trait slots, thereby stacking the trait's effect if the effect is stackable.

Some crew member types start with specific inherent traits, such as the Merchant trait for the Ardougne Shopkeeper, or the Staunch trait for Golems. Only inherent traits are shown in the recruiting interface under the picture of the crew member prior to recruitment. Any other traits are only shown after recruitment.

Captains tend to have a much higher chance of having traits at recruitment than crew members. Some voyages list a trait for your captain as a reward. If completed successfully, the captain used to complete the voyage will gain the listed trait. However, the traits are (as mentioned above) permanent, and can't be replaced once they have been gained.

Effects of the traits can be seen when hovering over the trait. The effects appear to be processed by crew placement from left to right, which can be important for abilities that do not stack. For example, if you have a First Mate and an Eastern Overseer on a single voyage (both with Solidarity), if the First Mate is to the left of the Eastern Overseer, his lower Solidarity bonus will be applied first and the Eastern Overseer's higher bonus will be ignored. The possible traits are:

NameTrait TypeBonusesAmount
No traitMiscellaneousNo bonuses -
AlbatrossShip Modifier[1] Reduces ship speed -1% total speed
Awe-InspiringMoraleImproved Morale +100 Morale
CowardlyCombatReduced Combat -40 combat
CursedMulti-TraitAll stats reduced -50/100 morale
-50/100 combat
-50/100 seafaring
-100/200 speed
EagerMoraleImproved morale +40 morale
Eagle-EyedSeafaringImproved seafaring +40 seafaring
Fast Learner Experience +10% experience gain +10% experience for that Crew member
FeebleLife / DeathIncreased risk of death -
Good fortuneMiscellaneousIncreases the chance of gaining a random event on completing a voyage (does not stack) -
GluttonSpeedReduced speed -150 speed
GloombringerShip ModifierReduces ship morale -1% total morale
LandlubberSeafaringReduced seafaring -100 seafaring
LeaderShip ModifierImproved ship morale +1% to total morale
LiabilityShip ModifierReduced ship combat -1% total combat
LookoutShip ModifierImproved ship speed +1% total speed
LoyalLife / DeathChance to prevent captain death -
MerchantMiscellaneousImprove the goods retrieved from a mission by X (does not stack with multiple merchants but does stack with warehouse upgrades)[2]+10% (Shopkeeper)
+20% (Trader)
+25% (Merchant)
+30% (Jade Merchant)
+33% (Terracotta Merchant)
Misery GutsMoraleReduced morale -40 morale
Multi-talentedMulti-TraitAll stats improved +50 morale
+50 combat
+50 seafaring
+100 speed
MutinousLife / DeathIncreased risk of Captain's death (Captains can also have this trait) -
OpportunistMiscellaneousBetter returns from partial mission success -
PacifistCombatReduced combat -100 combat
PilfererMiscellaneousReduced chance of partial mission successIn the event of mission failure with partial rewards, the message will change to reflect that those rewards were "pilfered" and you will not receive any experience or goods.
PluckyCombatImproved combat +40 combat
Quick-FootedSpeedImproved speed +80 speed
Rallying CryExperienceAll exp gains for this crew member's boat are increased by 10% (does not stack) -
ResurrectsLife / DeathCrew lost on a mission are returned from beyond to serve you in death.[3] -
SeafarerSeafaringImproved seafaring +100 seafaring
SeafriendShip ModifierImproved ship seafaring +1% to total seafaring
Short SightedSeafaringReduced seafaring -40 seafaring
Slayer Combat Improved combat +100 combat
SlowSpeedReduced speed -80 speed
Slow-WittedExperience10% reduced XP gain -
SolidarityMulti-TraitAdds X to all stats per each unique type of crew member aboard, including the captain (does not stack).[4] +25 (First Mate)
+50 (Eastern Overseer)
+75 (Bureaucrat)
+100 (Judge of Dice)
+125 (Kharidian Exile)
StaunchLife / DeathWill give its own life to save a crewman in distress -
Storm MagnetShip ModifierReduced ship seafaring -1% total seafaring
TacticianShip ModifierImproved ship combat +1% total combat
Tough as NailsLife / DeathChance to avoid deathUnknown
UndeadLife / DeathUndead keep ONLY their initial stat bonuses from life, but gain no more xp -
VapidMoraleReduced morale -100 morale
WorkhorseSpeedImproved speed +150 speed
  1. ^ As with the Merchant trait, 1% modifiers are multiplicative with the bonus from their associated building, the Shipwright. Thus, a Nautical Shipwright and a captain with a "Seafriend" trait would provide a multiplier of 1.05*1.01 = 1.0605, which the game rounds down to a flat 6%. The equation for this example is: ((seafaring of captain + crew + ship)*1.06) = Total seafaring. Similarly, a negative modifier would result in an equation similar to the one above, but with a multiplier of (0.99*1.05) instead. Note that these traits DO stack.
  2. ^ The Merchant bonus works on trade goods as well as resources. It rounds down: a 25% bonus on 10 spices returned 12 spices. The way it stacks with the warehouse bonus is multiplicative, rather than additive. So if there is a 30% merchant bonus and a 10% warehouse bonus, the total bonus will be 43% (1.1 * 1.3 = 1.43), not 40%.
  3. ^ The resurrected character returns with the ghost's base stats and whatever bonuses the character originally had. They do not retain their prior stats. Ghost crew members do not gain experience.
  4. ^ Oddly, empty slots are treated according to the crewman type most recently in them, so if you have a Captain, First Mate, 3 Smugglers and a Stowaway (4 types so ship gains +100 to each skill), then remove a Smuggler, then swap him with the Stowaway, your bonus will reduce from +100 to +75 since the empty slot is still treated as a Smuggler meaning you now only have 3 unique types - the Captain, First Mate and Smugglers. But if instead you simply remove the Stowaway, the empty slot will still count as a Stowaway and the ship still gets +100 bonus. This glitch causes hard-to-predict changes in ship stats whenever crew are added or removed to the ship (rather than swapped with crew already in the five slots). In addition to this, despite the tool-tip the speed part (and only the speed part) of solidarity stacks, even with 2 units with the same tier of solidarity.

Crew membersEdit

Only 3 crew members for hire are displayed at any one time. When a player hires one, a reroll is consumed and a new crew member is generated to fill the slot. Only 15 crew rerolls are available each day--if no rerolls are left, the slot remains empty. If a player does not want to hire a crew member, they may click the green reroll button in the corner of the crew slot, consuming a reroll to immediately forfeit them and generate a new crew member for hire. The crew reroll count is reset to 15 at midnight UTC. Any crew left in the three slots will carry over to the next day.

Up to 5 crew members may be assigned to a ship. Only crew members assigned to a ship have an effect on that ship's voyage.

For the single-stat crew members, the dominant colour of the icon can be used to tell what type of crew member they are; green is morale, red is combat, and blue is seafaring. There are also unique crew members in each region. Every region has an unlockable crew member (Cyclops, Siren Whalerider, Chimera, Sea Witch, Judge of Dice, Oxhead and Horseface, Wisp and Kharidian Exile). Most regions also have a Golem unit, which costs fewer chimes but more of that resource of its type (for example, a Slate golem costs 400 chimes, but also costs more slate than a single-stat crew-member like a Golden Katana Clansman). Many regions have a unit with the Solidarity trait, such as the First Mate, which will boost stats based on the number of unique units aboard their ship. Some regions also have a unit with the Rallying Cry trait, offering bonus experience to everyone aboard when they are sent on voyages. Finally, most regions offer a single-stat Speed unit.

Not all crew types are available to the player at the start of the mini-game. As the player unlocks new areas and accomplishes certain voyages, more (and often better) crew types will become available. For example, one of the first additional unlocks is the Cyclops, which is received when the Island of Cyclosis voyage is successfully completed.

The base statistics, costs, and other data for the crew types are listed in the tables below.

Crew Type Statistics Unlock Area
or Task
Inherent
Trait
Morale Combat Seafaring Speed
Drowned ghost
Drowned ghost
Indentured Zombie
30 30 30 60 Resurrection1 Undead

1 If a unit with the Resurrects trait is aboard, a failed voyage resulting in a lost captain or crew member may instead result in the lost captain or crew member being replaced by an Indentured Zombie.

The ArcEdit

Crew Type Statistics Cost To Recruit Unlock Area
or Task
Inherent
Trait
Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Bamboo icon
Travelling Drunk
Travelling Drunk
70 0 0 0 - - The Arc
Stowaway
Stowaway
0 70 0 0 - - The Arc
Smuggler (POP)
Smuggler
0 0 70 0 - - The Arc
Varrock Chef
Varrock Chef
150 0 0 0 80 - The Arc
Brimhaven Pirate
Brimhaven Pirate
0 150 0 0 80 - The Arc
Catherby Fisherman
Catherby Fisherman
0 0 150 0 80 - The Arc
Dwarven Engineer (Player-owned ports)
Dwarven Engineer
0 0 0 400 60 30 The Arc
Ardougne Shopkeeper
Ardougne Shopkeeper
50 0 0 0 60 30 The Arc Merchant (+10%)
Bamboo Golem
Bamboo Golem
60 100 0 0 60 30 The Arc Staunch
First Mate
First Mate
50 50 50 0 100 100 The Arc Solidarity (+25)
Cyclops (Player-owned ports)
Cyclops
100 150 0 0 300 200 Cyclosis Rallying Cry

The SkullEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Gunpowder icon Area / Task Trait
Eastern Bannerman
Eastern Bannerman
350 0 0 0 250 80 The Skull
Eastern Musketeer
Eastern Musketeer
0 350 0 0 250 80 The Skull
Eastern Guide
Eastern Guide
0 0 350 0 250 80 The Skull
Fireworks Enthusiast
Fireworks Enthusiast
0 0 0 800 100 120 The Skull
Palmist
Palmist
0 0 200 0 100 120 The Skull Good Fortune
Exploding Golem
Exploding Golem
170 200 0 0 100 120 The Skull Staunch
Eastern Overseer
Eastern Overseer
120 120 120 0 400 300 The Skull Solidarity (+50)
Siren Whalerider
Siren Whalerider
0 200 350 0 600 300 Siren's Shell Rallying Cry

The HookEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Slate icon Area / Task Trait
Blazing Lantern Clansman
Blazing Lantern Clansman
500 0 0 0 600 120 The Hook
Golden Katana Clansman
Golden Katana Clansman
0 500 0 0 600 120 The Hook
Storm Riders Clansman
Storm Riders Clansman
0 0 500 0 600 120 The Hook
Firework Expert
Firework Expert
0 0 0 1,200 400 160 The Hook
Trader
Trader
150 0 0 0 400 160 The Hook Merchant (+20%)
Soothsayer
Soothsayer
0 0 300 0 400 160 The Hook Good Fortune
Slate Golem
Slate Golem
250 300 0 0 400 160 The Hook Staunch
Feral chimera
Feral Chimera
350 500 0 0 1,200 400 Chimera Straits Rallying Cry

The ScytheEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Cherrywood icon Area / Task Trait
Card Sharp
Card Sharp
750 0 0 0 1,000 140 The Scythe
Sniper
Crows' Nest Sniper
0 750 0 0 1,000 140 The Scythe
Cartographer
Cartographer
0 0 750 0 1,000 140 The Scythe
Explosives Expert
Explosives Expert
0 0 0 2,000 500 220 The Scythe
Merchant
Merchant
250 0 0 0 500 220 The Scythe Merchant (+25%)
Cherrywood Golem
Cherrywood Golem
300 500 0 0 500 220 The Scythe Staunch
Bureaucrat
Bureaucrat
250 250 250 0 1,200 500 The Scythe Solidarity (+75)
Seawitch
Sea Witch
350 0 750 0 2,000 600 The Winds' Home Resurrects

The BowlEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Jade icon Area / Task Trait
Farcrier
Farcrier
1,000 0 0 0 2,000 200 The Bowl
Bounty Hunter
Bounty Hunter
0 1,000 0 0 2,000 200 The Bowl
Sea Dog
Sea Dog
0 0 1,000 0 2,000 200 The Bowl
Firework Maniac
Firework Maniac
0 0 0 2,500 1,200 450 The Bowl
Jade Merchant
Jade Merchant
300 0 0 0 1,200 450 The Bowl Merchant (+30%)
Sacrificial Soothsayer
Sacrificial Soothsayer
0 0 450 0 1,200 450 The Bowl Good Fortune
Jade Golem
Jade Golem
400 650 0 0 1,200 450 The Bowl Staunch
Judge of Dice
Judge of Dice
450 450 450 0 4,000 1,000 Crescent Isle Solidarity (+100)

The PincersEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Stainless steel icon Area / Task Trait
Travelling Band
Travelling Band
1,200 0 0 0 4,000 600 The Pincers
Ferocious Tiger-Rider
Ferocious Tiger-Rider
0 1,200 0 0 4,000 600 The Pincers
Harem of Fortune Tellers
Harem of Fortune Tellers
0 0 1,200 0 4,000 600 The Pincers
Oxhead and Horseface
Oxhead and Horseface
500 500 500 0 6,000 1,000 Shambling Lair Resurrects

The LoopEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Terracotta icon Area / Task Trait
Party Animal
Party Animal
1,500 0 0 0 6,500 750 The Loop
Sea-fort Guard
Sea-fort Guard
0 1,500 0 0 6,500 750 The Loop
Pearl Diver
Pearl Diver
0 0 1,500 0 6,500 750 The Loop
Reef Rider
Reef Rider
450 450 450 2,500 7,000 600 The Loop
Terracotta Merchant
Terracotta Merchant
650 0 0 0 5,550 1,250 The Loop Merchant (+33%)
Wisp (PoP)
Wisp
300 750 750 800 5,550 1,250 Light Under Sea Rallying Cry

The ShieldEdit

Morale Combat Seafaring Speed Chimes icon Azure icon Area / Task Trait
Zhonghu Player
Zhonghu Player
2,100 0 0 0 8,000 850 The Shield
Gu Bodyguard
Gu Bodyguard
0 2,100 0 0 8,000 850 The Shield
Stargazer
Stargazer
0 0 2,100 0 8,000 850 The Shield
Azure Golem
Azure Golem
900 1,100 0 0 2,500 1,500 The Shield Staunch
Kharidian Exile
Kharidian Exile
450 450 1,450 850 7,000 1,500 Exile's Point Solidarity (+125)

Flavour textEdit

Every crew member has a flavour text providing information about his or her personality or history. These flavour texts have no effect on the crews performances.

  • A little less briny than the sea.
  • Ate a cake, and has it. Reference to the phrase "You can't have your cake and eat it (too)".
  • Ate a whole shark in one bite. Reference to the fact a lot of large fish are single-bite food items in RuneScape.
  • Ate all the pies. Refers to the song Who ate all the pies?
  • Believes penguins are our friends. Refers to the penguin quest series and Hide and seek activity.
  • Believes penguins are our enemies. Also refers to the penguin quest series and Hide and seek activity.
  • Black belt in troll-fu.
  • Carves spoons from teak.
  • Claims to have invented rope. Reference to Ned's similar claim.
  • Dances a fair hornpipe.
  • Dances when nobody's watching.
  • Dances, whenever, whatever. Reference to a song by singer Shakira.
  • Dedicated follower of fashion. Reference to the 1966 song "Dedicated Follower of Fashion" by British invasion band The Kinks.
  • Demands additional biscuits.
  • Didn't get custody.
  • Didn't really solo Nex.  A reference to an old saying by players that they "solo Nex", before doing so was possible.
  • Doesn't know port from starboard. - nautical version of the phrase "doesn't know his left from his right".
  • Drank the spittoon for a dare.
  • Earned the Fremennik name 'Farstink'. Could be a reference to the webcomic Homestuck, in which a character is jokingly named "Farmstink Buttlass".
  • Eats only hardtack
  • Enjoys long walks on the beach. Reference to flavour texts and descriptions found on dating sites. (which in turn might be a reference to the popular quick chat phrase 'This is not a dating site.'
  • Gets terrible land sickness. Reference to sea sickness, just a joke about it, because who wants a sea sick crew member?
  • Getting over a bad breakup.
  • Gives love a bad name. Reference to the song "You Give Love a Bad Name" by the band Bon Jovi.
  • Got scurvy before it was mainstream. Referencing to the "... before it was mainstream" Internet meme.
  • Grumbles only mildly in inclement weather. Reference to the computer game Dwarf Fortress.
  • Had a cake, and ate it. reference to the saying "Having your cake, and eating it too".
  • Has a butterfly tattoo. Don't ask where. Reference to a "tramp stamp", which is often a tattoo of a butterfly.
  • Has a citadel in the sky. Reference to Clan Citadels.
  • Has a phobia of the ship's wheel.
  • Hunts sea monsters for fun.
  • Is a connoisseur of fine cheeses.
  • Is currently reading YOUR stats page. Reference to Spy Stat lunar spell.
  • Is constantly dropping the bass. Reference to the musical technique of a brief stylised pausing in percussion instrument(s) and resuming with a large scale burst typically alongside with other bass instrument(s).
  • Is constantly dropping the shark. A pun on the flavour text above, as Bass and Shark are a type of fish.
  • Is constantly jumping the handcannon. Referring to the common saying "Jumping the gun", with a Handcannon being the closest equivalent in RuneScape.
  • Is constantly jumping the shark. Referring to the "Happy Days" television episode which coined the attention grabbing gimmick phrase.
  • Is secretly a vegan.
  • Is the evil twin. Like the random, this is a reference to the old folk-belief, that one twin will be good and one will be evil.
  • Is the fly in the ointment.
  • Is the reason the rum is gone. Reference to the hit movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl in which Captain Jack Sparrow asks "Why is the rum gone?" This quote is itself referenced in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
  • Is the symptom; not the cause. Reference from Rocky Horror Picture Show ("I'll remove the cause, but not the symptom")
  • Is wearing rainbow-striped pants.
  • Keeps cats on board.
  • Knows about the puppy. Reference to a flavour text below.
  • Knows that wasn't rum.
  • Knows where the bones are buried. Usually when pirates hide their treasure caskets they killed part of the crews that helped digging, so no one would discover it.
  • Knows why the rum is gone. Reference to the hit movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl in which Jack Sparrow asks "Why is the rum gone?" This quote is itself referenced in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
  • Lied about being a pirate.
  • Lied about liking rum.
  • Lost a party hat in a shark attack.
  • Loves life in all its forms.
  • Makes earwax scrimshaw.
  • Not a fan of pies.
  • Not to be underestimated.
  • Once ate the whole thing. Reference to Homer Simpson's high school yearbook quote "I can't believe I ate the whole thing".
  • Once dated a mermaid. Reference to the fact mermaids were mystical creatures capable of enchanting pirates to death
  • Once married a mermaid.
  • Once divorced a mermaid.
  • Once gazed into the Abyss. Reference to Friedrich Nietzsche's quote "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an Abyss the Abyss also gazes into you."
  • Once got King Roald's autograph.
  • Once punched a porpoise.
  • Once had a wash.
  • Once threw up off Brimhaven Dock.
  • Once wrestled a bear.
  • Once wrestled a shark.
  • Once wrestled a moral dilemma. Pun to the other "wrestled"-lines.
  • Passionately hates tea. Reference to Truth Tea pun
  • Plays the flute. Badly. Reference to Katy Perry's ability to play flute.
  • Prefers the helm over the aft.  Reference to the saying "Has his/her head up his/her ***".  The aft-end is the rear of the ship.
  • Ran away from the circus.  Reference to old Circus workers.  Whenever children would run away long ago, they would often travel with a travelling circus.
  • Reliable only when drunk.
  • Reliable unless drunk.
  • Saving up for a top hat.  Likely a pun-based reference to the Achievement Banner personal message "Working towards a Phat", as Party Hats are significantly more expensive than Top Hats.
  • Seventh child of a seventh child Reference to the folk belief, around since the Middle Ages, that the seventh son of a seventh son is born with tremendous magical and/or healing powers.
  • Sings a fine shanty.
  • Smells remarkably like an admiral pie.
  • Sometimes comes on too strong.
  • Survivor of five keelhaulings. Reference to a form of punishment given to sailors at sea, in which a sailor was dragged under the hull of a ship by a long rope. Few people managed to survive this punishment.
  • Thick as two short planks. Proverb, meaning "Exceedingly/Very stupid".
  • Thinks nobody knows about the puppy.
  • Vicious and heartless.
  • Voted 'Most Hairy' at nursery school.
  • Wants a pet unicorn.
  • Wants to be a captain.
  • Wants to be a hero.
  • Wants to be buried at sea. A reference to a common burial method for pirates and seamen.

TriviaEdit

  • The unit Oxhead and Horseface is a reference to the traditional Chinese guardians of the underworld of the same names.
    • Prior to the Player-owned ports update on 7 January 2014, the Oxhead and Horseface had base stats of 600 for all characteristics except for a speed of 0. These were then lowered to the current 500.
  • During a failed voyage resulting in a lost captain being replaced by an Indentured Zombie, it is possible to have more than 25 crew members. Once a captain has been replaced by an Indentured Zombie the 26th crew member will be inaccessible until one of the twenty-five visible crew members have been dismissed. At the moment the number of crew members attainable from captains being replaced by an Indentured Zombie is unknown.
  • It's possible for a Sea Witch to die in a voyage, resulting in said witch resurrecting herself as a Drowned ghost.
  • The Drowned ghost's dismissal button has the word "Dismissed" replaced with "Jettison". This does not apply to other crew members.
  • It is possible to have two opposite traits that cancel each other out (such as plucky and cowardly), have multiple of the same traits, and having traits on captains that do not make logical sense, such as mutinous (chance of killing the captain) and loyal (chance of saving the captain).
  • The Zhonghu Player crewmember plays the Zhonghu, a Chinese stringed instrument developed during the 20th century.

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