Here is an (almost) full list of what I think should be added to the game.
This is just basic ideas, not counting in lag and quantities yet.
Small Run-Down Shack. 1,000-2,000 gold (depends on island)
- Small Shack. 2,000-4,000 gold (depends on island)
- Medium Shack. 5,000-10,000 gold (depends on island)
- Townhome. 10,000-25,000 gold (depends on island)
- Mansion. 50,000-200,000 gold (Depends on island, color, size, and interior)
- Cheap- Tortuga
- Mid-Price- Port Royal
- Higher Price- Padres Del Fuego
- Most Expensive- Seperate Server Island (Explain Later)
FurnitureI also think that we, being pirates, should be able to steal, plunder, or buy furniture. Such things as tables, chairs, desks, and wall maps. Globes and charts found from looting/sailing should be able to be seen in a Captain's Cabin in a ship. Only the owner of a ship should be able to enter it, because why should the crew be allowed into the captain's cabin?
- Ship of the Line- HMS Victory is a 1st rate. A great prize, but probably never used by a pirate since they required large crews (approx 800) and were expensive to operate. Do. Not. Add.
- Schooner-Small class of ship, lightly armed carrying only 6 guns, well used for 300 years. Schooners come in both two-masted and three-masted varieties. But whether two or three-masted, schooners are fore-and-aft rigged. More common in the United States than elsewhere. Probably not a favoured ship.
- Corvette-Light and fast, corvettes were lightly armed (10 guns, though some did carry more), but more than made up for their lack of armament with their speed. Not known whether pirates used them, commonly given to privateers because of their speed. Also sometimes referred to as a "sloop-of-war".
- Brig(Brigantine)-Small, fast two-masted ships. They took their name from the fact they were a favoured type of vessel for pirates or brigands. In earlier years brigantine referred to any small two-masted vessel that could be both sailed and rowed. Later the definition was more rigidly applied to certain rigging configurations. A brigantine is square-rigged on her foremast and upper mainmast, but her main sheet is actually rigged fore-and-aft on a gaff boom. A brig is square-rigged on both masts. Carried around 10 guns.
There should be different ship names. Preferrably typed names for better creativity. You would have to pick a name while your ship's name is being checked. It cannot contain bad words, ship names from the movie, famous ship names, etc. It also cannot directly copy off of another ship's name. For example, if I named my ship The Siren's Revenge, someone cannot name theirs The Siren's Revenge or The Siren Revenge, or anything of that air.
EnemiesOoh, this is the topic I like to call 'fight magnet'. I always see arguments about this topic. DO. NOT. ARGUE/FIGHT. For this one, it's pretty obvious. New, stronger enemies who offer a challenge. Same with new bosses. I am tried of being able to kill DH in two hits with a blunderbuss. Something a bit harder than Devil Root but easier than Foulberto. And, for enemies, something that is harder than four lv 50 Thralls put together. A whole new island full of exotic enemies who drop good loot no crude. It takes weapons and wit to defeat these baddies. They use strong weapons with freeze, Ghost Form, Hurricane Slash and many more. They will NOT drop crude, common, or regular rare. Only Rare Cursed, Famed/Famed Cursed, and Legendary/Legendary Cursed.
Seperate Server IslandsFinally I will say what I mean by SSI (seperate server islands). This would be the most EXPENSIVE of all the types of islands. But, you can pick whether you want a large island, small island, or a medium one.
- Small- Cheap.
- Medium- Mid-Price.
- Large- Expensive. Comes with a dock.
PrivateeringMy favorite topic. Privateering. It needs alot of changes. There needs to be a seperate server with boundaries to keep runners in line, and no porting will be allowed with a certain amount of bounty or sink streak. For teleporting off, you must wait 30 seconds after being hit. You can buy more ammo but it will be stored under the ship, and you can buy 1,000 of each type and store it.. You must get away from everyone, go under the ship, and get the ammo. Now for flag coloration. Privateers did not dye their sails full color, they had flags on the crow's nest and on the rear mast depending on the ship. For the basic three ships now, the frigate class will have one up top and one in the rear. For sloop class, one on top. For galleons, one on top. There would also be a new team, the English.
I could put more of my never-ending ideas but I am pretty sure nobody wants to read more and probably got bored halfway through reading this.