Pirates Of The Caribbean
Enter the maze in the last level. Look for markings
on the floor while in the maze. You can follow them to reach rooms
at the edge of the maze with wall tiles that are missing. However,
follow the floor markings that have an eight legged eye and an
arrow to find a tile room that has another arrow on the floor
pointing at a wall. Walk directly into that wall to pass through
it and enter a hidden room with pictures of the programmers.
Hint: Falchion sword:
In Oxbay Caves, wander around and you will eventually
find a sword stuck in a beam. It is the Falchion, the most damaging
sword in the game and is available from the start.
Hint: Easy money:
Go to any of the loan sharks and ask for any amount
of money. You can go to the box in his office and drop your money
in it. Then, go up to him again and ask for more money. Continue
to do this until you have the desired amount. Even though he says
that he has ways of getting his money back, he never comes after
Go into other people's houses and steal their items. They have
things such as potions, gems, rings, and other expensive items.
You can also look in isolated barrels, pots, and other containers
around the cities for more items. If you walk around in towns
and into places like the areas behind houses, alleys, corners,
and similar places you can find items that seem to have been dropped.
Note: If you walk around at night, you can see little specks of
light on the ground, and these can be those items.
Hint: Easy experience:
A battleship is required for this trick. First, buy
any goods in a store and go to the island where that product is
contraband or illegal. Then, talk to the smuggler in the tavern,
fast travel to port, get on your ship, and sail to location the
smuggler told you to meet someone. After you sell the goods, six
solders will appear. The officer will talk to you. After you talk
to him, the troops will draw their swords and attack. Kill them
all, then go to your ship. When at sea, there will be three frigates
all named Dolphine. Sink them each for about 6,000 experience
Hint: Avoid officers and swordsmen:
After killing rampages, swordsmen and officers will
try to kill you. If you have a group of officers and other swordsmen
coming after you, go to your ship. Get on your ship, then dock
again. No one will be attacking you anymore.
Hint: Stack captain scores:
You can add more than one person, other than the Captain,
onto your other three ships. All of their scores will stack with
that ship's captain's score. There are two different ways to do
this. The first method is at the "Open Sea" screen (where
you can see all of your ships), get close to another one of your
ships and a swap cargo icon will appear. Go into the swap cargo
menu. There is an option to switch captains. Under this option,
there is a screen that has four slots. One of them is the captain
of that ship. Click on one of the other three slots, then assign
passengers to each one. When you do this, they dissapear from
your passenger list. You will need to get more party members at
the tavern if you want to fill up all your ships. Do not sell
the ship with the other three crewmembers still on it. You will
lose anyone that is still on board. The second method is to capture
a ship and do it when you assign a captain to the captured ship.
Hint: Ding Dong Ditch:
Go to a door in any part of the game and press Action.
Your character will knock on the door, then you can run away.
Glitch: Unlimited money:
Raise your Commerce to 10 as soon as you can (use all
the points you get towards it). Then, go to a tavern and talk
to an officer that you can hire and ask him "How much are
you asking?". He will respond with a price. Then, say "Isn't
that a little too much for you?". He will reply "I guess
you are right" and then offers less. Say "Nah, still
too much" ( or something to that effect) and the dialog box
will close. However, the next time you talk to him, the price
will be the last price he offered. Repeat this until he responds
with a negative number (i.e. he will pay you for you to hire him).
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