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Sid Meier's Pirates Cheats

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Easy dance sequences
Press [Pause/Break] when your dance partner gives you a hand signal for you to move. Then, quickly resume the game and press the correct direction key.

Attacking and boarding a smuggler's vessel usually yields a specialist (Carpenter, Sail maker, etc.)

Fire Chain-Ball and Round Ball in one shot

When you have a vessel with lots of cannons (up to 25), during a battle, wait for all cannons to be loaded, and then select chain-ball as the type of ammo to be used. Then fire at your enemy and quickly click on Round Ball. The first strike of balls that leaves your ship are chain-balls, the ones that comes after you changed are Round Balls and with this you can do a sort of combo strike on your enemy.

Each dance is built up from a number of different patterns. Which ones appear
and in which order is random, but once a pattern starts it will be finished.
Thus, by learning the patterns, you can often predict which moves will come
next. And when only the first one or two steps of each pattern is dependent
on your reflexes and you reproduce the rest from memory, you will be able to
dance well even if your timing isn't all that. The patterns are as follows:

4-6-4-6, or 6-4-6-4. The two often follow each other, so you get things like
4-6-4-6-6-4-6-4. Not guaranteed, but on especially on Apprentice that is a very
common one. Timing on these is standard and easy to get right. This easy
pattern becomes a lot rarer on higher levels in favour of the more complicated

1-1-1-1 or 3-3-3-3. Always four in a row, with standard timing. Once a pattern
starts with a pirouette it is guaranteed to be this pattern; there aren't any
others that start this way. On higher levels, occasionally you get a single 1
or 3 as well followed by a different pattern, so be alert until you get the
second one; that's where you know for sure you'll get all four.

This one mixes the two previous patterns, and is either 4-3-4-3-4-3-4-3 or the
opposite, 6-1-6-1-6-1-6-1. You can recognize this pattern by the fact that it
runs faster than the basic side-to-side. If you just came out of another
pattern and you immediately get a cue to do a 4 or a 6 without any pause, it'll
be this one, not the basic side-to-side. The pattern runs twice as fast as the
previous two.

8-1-1-8-1-1, guaranteed. There is no mirrored variant of this one. You
recognize this, of course, by the fact that it starts with an 8. It starts
after a brief pause just like the other patterns (barring the advanced
pirouette), but it runs at double speed. There is another pause halfway, so it
is more like P-8-1-1-P-8-1-1.

8-2-1-1-2-8-3-3. The most complicated pattern you'll be getting on the lower
levels. Like the Advanced Pirouette, it starts immediately after whatever
comes before it, rather than with a pause. This is how you tell it apart from
the Basic Marche. The whole pattern is at double speed, so you need to go
through it quickly. This one *will* trip you up the first few times, but once
you've gotten it memorized, you will be able to get a good number of flourishes
out of it. This pattern is very rare on Apprentice (only seen with beautiful
daughters) but becomes more common on higher levels with all daughters.

This pattern never occurs on Apprentice and only rarely (with beautiful
daughters only) on Journeyman. Beyond there, it becomes more common. There are
two variations: the fairly easy 2-1-2-1-2-1-2-1, and the more difficult
7-2-7-8-7-2-7-8 which will trip you up completely the first time it happens to
you. This is another double speed pattern which starts directly after another
without any pause.

 Posted by Lord on December 04, 2004 ( 19 reads)  (  Discuss about Sid Meier's Pirates cheats in our forum )

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