Hi, im planning on going back to boston and looking at diff options for off campus apartments. I found a place in seaport that i rly like but am kinda concerned about the commute to the campus. Do u think it will be too much of a hassle? I have one in-person class three times a week btw. Thank u in advance!
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This is old, I know, players have been asking for this feature since I remember, probably not the easiest to implement in this list, but a QoL improvement that we all would welcome.
Why don’t we have one already? keep it simple.
Removing capitains from ships that were doing night runs always feels like a chore. One button to remove all is also a good option.
Does anyone use them? If we have any understanding of the game, probably not. They are useless, just remove unused features and make use of the extra space like to add more tabs for gold/wood/stone/iron %captains.
So I send every single ship in my fleet in a 2 hours run. What do I do after that? 2 hours (and 90 min) quests are an invitation to leave the game and forget to come back...
Why is fully upgrading a ship so expensive? Most of the ships are replaced by new event ships without being fully upgraded… But why? That’s wasted content!
Speaking of wasted content, PF really must love to design so many new ships every month, but why? Why don’t we have last year's Christmas ships available? One year later If i’m still playing the game I’ll probably be at a much higher level so I could buy last year ones that I couldn't at the time. Yes add some extra ships to the pool but do we really need a new collection every time? Do PF know that saying "less is more"? I would prefer less ships and some collect them all goal to this copy/paste attributes with a new design (e.g. Superfast III = SS Blue Lady III = Ivana III)
There are probably more and yes I didn’t write about the Job board or expedition, but that’s just boring stuff I don’t care about ;)
A great playlist of an old Smithsonian Folkways album. The shanties were recorded while using windlass, ropes, and pumps on board a ship at Mystic Seaport. I like hearing how the shanties match the different types of work being done (short haul, long haul, etc.).