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|Deck level number||1
|Crafted in|| Small Shipyard |
Build and place Small Shipyard. Ensure that there is sufficient depth of water. Sand bars and rocks may result in the ship being destroyed as soon as it is launched. Once placed, the shipyard can be used to construct the skeleton of the sloop which forms the base for placing additional components.
After the skeleton has been crafted, it will appear in the shipyard. Once the skeleton is in place, additional components (decking, sails, etc.) are placed on the skeleton like placing walls on a foundation. The following table lists the required components.
A sloop may be constructed with two small sails or one medium sail. A single Medium Speed Sail makes the sloop quite fast, able to outrun Ships of the Damned given favorable winds. However, care must be taken due to loss of handling characteristics.
If Wood Ceiling Doorways are used, chests and preserving bags may be placed inside the hull, leaving the decking clear.
|Small Handling Sail
and/or Small Speed Sail
and/or Small Weight Sail
|Medium Handling Sail
or Medium Speed Sail
or Medium Weight Sail
|Total Resources Required||Fibers||1196|
Enemy claim time: 12 Hours.
Additional weight : +100
Adds more maximum weight capacity to the ship, while reducing the weight's effect on speed
Additional Crew : +1
Increases the total number of passengers allowed on the ship.
Sturdiness : +4%
Reduced ship sinking rate, and reduces the rate of offshore item spoiling and character vitals depletion.
Accommodations : +1
Adds more beds, improve crew anchored automatic hull repairing speed, and reduces overall crew payment amount.
Damage : +4%
Increases damage of cannons and all other ship weapons.
- Capped at 252%
Resistance : +8%
Increases the resistance of all the structures on the ship.
- Capped at 396%