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Booty for Booty
Designers SUPERSUGA, Jacoby
Date 3/18/2010
Players 1-4
This is an untested deck. Its cards are complete, but it hasn't yet been tested.
To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)
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Booty for Booty is a Dvorak version of the game of the same name, originally made by SUPERSUGA for the Penny Arcade IRC channel and forums.

You are the captain of a surly pirate crew, hoping you can one day get enough booty to trade it in for a mansion and a wife. Not before you've had a few more years of adventure though!

Special Rules

Makin' Yer Crew

Your crew will start with 8 pirates, but you will be able to get more during the game.

Strengths

When you make a new pirate, you start by finding his Strength. Roll a d6 and check the Strength Table.

Strength Table
Result Strength Description
1 No Strength Roll on Weakness Table instead.
2 Swashbucklin' Stabbin', Tauntin' and Swingin' on ropes all included.
3 Swaggerin' Wearing impressive hats, shouting loudly and inspiring fear in others.
4 Stealin' Finding and claiming Booty
5 Shootin' Firing cannons and pistols.
6 Choose any! Choose any Strength. If this is your first 6, roll again.

A pirate can have a maximum total of 2 Strengths and Weaknesses. For example, 2 Strengths would be okay, as would a Strength and a Weakness.

Legendary Pirates

A pirate with two Strengths is a Legendary Pirate. Check the Legendary Table to see which Legendary Title that pirate has.

Legendary Table
Strength 1 Strength 2 Legendary Title Description
Swashbucklin' Swaggerin' The Terrible Any Pirates put on a job with this Pirate ignore the effects of Seasick and Scrapper Weaknesses.
Swashbucklin' Stealin' The Backstabber Roll whenever this Pirate returns to Port he will murder a few people and gain 1d6 Booty. However, if this roll is a 1 they get thrown in jail until the next time the ship returns to Port.
Swashbucklin' Shootin' The Bloody Roll whenever this Pirate would be killed. On 4+ they manage to claw themselves out of the situation somehow and are unharmed.
Swaggerin' Stealin' The Bastard This Pirate has an enemy in every Port. Upon arriving in Port they must roll. On a 1 they are killed. On 2-4 they get in a few brawls but only lose a tooth or two. On 5-6 they beat up an enemy so badly they are forced to join the crew out of admiration, roll for a new crewman immediately.
Swaggerin' Shootin' The Killer Whenever you wish you may have this Pirate shoot another crewmember dead. This may interrupt any other event or happenings.
Stealin' Shootin' The Plunderer Whenever the crew gain any Booty with this Pirate present they may gain an additional d6 Booty.

Weakness

Pirates can get a Weakness if you roll a 1 on the Strength Table, or through Events in the game.
To find your pirate's weakness, roll a d6 and check the Weakness Table.

Weakness Table
Result Weakness Description
1 Scummy This pirate is so repulsive that any non-Scummy pirates will refuse to work with them on jobs.
2 Scaredy Whenever there is any sort of Event that would effect this pirate (sea encounter, crew event, island event or port happening) roll. On 1-3 they hide somewhere and take no part in the event.
3 Seasick Roll at the start of each week. On 1-2 the Pirate can do nothing but vomit and sleep until the next week.
4 Swigger Each week this Pirate must roll. On 1-3 they consume an extra barrel of grog and must roll again. On 4+ they drink no additional Grog. If there is no Grog left for them to drink they must roll on the Sober Pirate table.
5 Scrapper Roll whenever this Pirate is set on a job. On a 1 they get into a brawl with another Pirate on that job, preventing both of them from doing any work.
6 Feature The pirate has no Weakness, but gains a Feature instead.

Features

No two Pirates on a crew may be identical. If two match one of them must roll for a Feature.
For example, if a crew is rolled with three Pirates with Stealin' as their only Strength two of them must get a Feature, and they both must get different Features.
This rule also applies to new pirates that are recruited at port.

To get a Feature, roll 2d6 and check the Features Table.

Features Table
Result Feature
2 No Nose
3 Blind
4 Pet Parrot
5 Toothless
6 Eyepatch
7 Beard
8 Peg Leg
9 Hook
10 Tattoos
11 Pet Monkey
12 Two Hooks

Finishing Touches

You should give each Pirate a name. (It's more fun that way!)
You will need to choose a Captain out of your 8 pirates. If you have any Legendary Pirates, your Captain must be one of them.

Resources

You have two Resources while playing the game.

Grog

Grog acts as fuel for the crew. If the crew doesn't have enough grog, bad things can happen!

Booty

Booty is the treasures you get during your pirate adventures. Getting 300 Booty lets you win the game, but you might have to use it, especially to get Grog.

Other Rules

Pirate Strengths

Some cards may ask you to roll and add a strength. That means you should add 1 to the roll for every Pirate with that strength.
For example, if you have 3 Pirates with Swashbucklin', and a card asks you to "roll and add Swashbucklin'", you would add 3 to the roll.

Every Ship Needs A Captain

If you ever lose the Captain, you must immediately choose a new Captain from the remaining Pirates in your Crew. If you have any Legendary Pirates remaining in your Crew, your Captain must be one of them.

Starting The Game

  • Make your 8 Pirates and choose a Captain.
  • You begin with 40 Grog and 0 Booty.

Playing The Game

Each turn, the Pirate Crews must do these steps.

  • Each Crew must do the step before moving on to the next step.
    • For example, you can't Set Course until every Crew has been divided into Job groups.
  • Each Crew should roll a d6 to decide who goes first.

Step 1: Jobs

Divide your Pirate Crew into 3 Job groups.

Helm: Your Captain must be part of the Helm group. If you do not have at least 1 other Pirate in this group besides the Captain, you will have to roll on the Captain's Madness table.
Decks: These pirates keep the ship working. The more Pirates you have in this group, the less likely you are to get a Crew Event card.
Sails: These pirates keep the ship moving. The more Pirates you have in this group, the more likely you are to get to your destination.

Step 2: Set Course

  • If the Captain is the only member of the Helm group, roll a d6 and check the Captain's Madness table below.
  • If this makes the Captain unable to work, roll a d6 to determine your Course.
    • On a roll of 1-3, you head for Port. On a roll of 4-6, you head for an Island.
  • Declare your Course: Island, Port, or another Pirate Ship.
Captain's Madness Table
Result Event
1 The Captain fears a mutiny. No Pirate is safe! Roll 1d6 for each other Pirate. On a 1, lose that Pirate.
2 The Captain decides getting drunk is more entertaining than working. Lose 1d6 Grog.
3 The Captain is sick! Roll on the Weakness Table and give the Captain that Weakness. If they already possess this Weakness, you lose the Captain.
4 The Captain has had enough of the sea and desires a luxurious life on land! Change the course to Port. This course cannot be changed until you arrive. On arrival, lose 2d6 Booty.
5 The Captain is bored, so the Crew will have to entertain him. On your next turn, all Pirates must be placed in the Helm group.
6 The Captain changes course on a whim. Your course is changed to the opposite of its normal course (i.e. Port instead of Island, Island instead of Port), and cannot be changed until you arrive at your destination.

Step 3: Swab The Decks

  • Roll a d6 and add the number of Pirates in the Decks group. If this roll is 5 or less, take a Crew Event card and follow the instructions on it.

Step 4: Set Sail

  • Roll a d6 and add the number of Pirates in the Sails group. The roll succeeds if you roll 6 or more (unless your Course is another Ship; see Pirate Attack!).
    • If the roll succeeds, you have arrived at the destination you chose to sail towards.
    • If the roll fails, you are still At Sea.
Island Destination
  • When you arrive at an Island, you must choose a number of Pirates to investigate the Island. Only those Pirates' Strengths will affect rolls made on Island Exploration Cards.
  • Draw an Island Exploration Card and follow the instructions.
Port Destination
  • When you arrive at an Island, you will lose 1 Booty for each Pirate.
    • If you go down to 0 Booty, your Pirates will steal what they need. (You do not go into negative Booty.)
  • Your Pirates do not need to consume Grog while at Port. (That's what the Booty is for!)
  • You can buy more Grog at a cost of 1 Booty per Grog.
  • You can recruit a new Pirate by paying 1 Booty and 1 Grog. Create the new Pirate following the normal Pirate creation rules.
  • You can bank some or all of your Booty while in Port. Banked treasures cannot be lost or used while At Sea or on an Island.
  • You must draw a Port Happenings Card and follow the instructions.
At Sea
  • Draw a Sea Encounters Card and follow the instructions.
Pirate Attack!
  • To reach another ship, your Sail roll must beat your target's Sail roll.
  • If this roll is successful, both Crews must roll and add Swashbucklin' and Shootin'.
    • The loser gives 2d6 Booty to the winners. If the loser doesn't have enough Booty, they must give enough Grog to make up the difference.
    • Roll a d6 for each Pirate on the losing Crew. On a 1, lose that Pirate.
  • If this roll is not successful, you are still At Sea.

Step 5: Grog!

  • You must use 1 Grog for every Pirate in your Crew.
  • If you would run out of Grog, choose the Pirates who will get Grog. You must roll a d6 and check the Sober Pirate Table once for each remaining Pirate.
    • For example, if 2 Pirates did not get Grog this turn, you would have to roll on the Sober Pirate Table twice.
Sober Pirate Table
Result Event
1 Abandon Ship! - The pirate leaps off the boat and swims off into the horizon, never seen again. Lose that Pirate.
2 Mutiny! - The pirate decides he could do a better job of running the ship.
  • Roll and add Swashbucklin'.
    • On 1-5 the Pirate is defeated by the Captain and forced to walk the plank. Lose that Pirate.
    • On 6+ they kill the Captain! Lose the Captain. This Pirate becomes the new Captain of the ship.
      • If the Captain gets this result for himself he kills one other crew member of his choice before they get the chance to Mutiny. Lose that Pirate.
3 Beserk! - The Pirate goes into a murderous frenzy! Lose that Pirate and another Pirate of your choice.
4+ Fine For Now - The Pirate manages to work without Grog.

Winning The Game

If you are the first Crew to get 300 Booty, your Pirate Captain can finally retire and settle down with a wife, a mansion, and a truly impressive hat. You win!


Card List


Crew Events

Thrown Overboard
Crew Events
Roll for each Pirate and add Swaggerin'. On a roll of 1, lose that Pirate.
Pirates are brawlin'! Be careful or you might be thrown overboard!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Beard Lice
Crew Events
Roll for each Pirate. On 1-2 that Pirate counts as having the Scummy Weakness until they next return to Port.
Ewww! There be lice in yer beard!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Dice Cheat
Crew Events
If no Pirates have Stealin' ignore this event. Otherwise one Pirate with Stealin' is put aside until the Crew next returns to Port. That Pirate is not considered to be part of the Crew, and does not consume Grog.
Ye bloody cheater! Lock 'im in the Brig!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Booty Call
Crew Events
Roll and add Stealin'. 1-3 Gain 1d6 Booty. 4-5 Nothing happens. 6+ Some Booty is missing! Lose 1d6 Booty.
Some Booty is missing, we're sure of it! This calls for a recount.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Bad Grog
Crew Events
Any Pirate that consumes Grog will count as having the Seasick Weakness. Keep this card until you return to Port, then discard it.
The Grog has gone bad! We'll have to steal some good Grog when we get to Port.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Brawl
Crew Events
Roll for each Pirate, adding Swashbucklin'. If you roll 6 or more, lose another Pirate.
Fight!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Jig Fest
Crew Events
Roll for each pirate and add Swaggerin'. The Pirate with the highest result is Jig-King until you next return to Port. That Pirate consumes 1 extra Grog. If the result is tied, roll for each Pirate and add Swashbucklin'. If you roll 6 or more, lose another Pirate.
The crew decide to have a jig contest.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Cabin Fever
Crew Events
Roll for each pirate. All those who roll a 1 or 2 must immediately roll on the Sober Pirate table as if they had no Grog.
The Pirates are going stir crazy!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Singsong
Crew Events
Roll and add Swaggerin'. 1-3 No effect 4+ Any Pirates that haven't worked yet will not work this turn.
Pirate songs are notoriously catchy...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Flying Fish
Crew Events
Any Pirates that haven't worked yet will not work this turn.
The pirates invent a new game involving throwing a freshly caught fish around the deck.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Out of Grog
Crew Events
Lose all your Grog.
Where's the Grog? Where has the Grog gone? What is the current status and location of the Grog?
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Broken Mast
Crew Events
The ship will not move, and no Jobs can be done, as long as you have this card. Roll a d6. On 1-2 keep this card and repeat this check next turn. On 3-6 discard this card and you may move next turn.
It's going to take a long time to fix the broken mast...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Hook Club
Crew Events
If no Pirates have the Hook Feature, ignore this card. Roll once for every pirate that does not have a hook. On a 6 that Pirate gains the Hook Feature. Pirates with the Hook Feature must work in the same Job group. Keep this card until there are no Pirates with the Hook Feature.
The first rule of Hook Club is...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Rats
Crew Events
Roll at the end of each turn until you return to Port. On a 1, lose 1 Grog. On a 2, lose 1 Booty. On a 6, a Pirate of your choice gets the Pet Rat Feature. Any other results are ignored.
The ship has even more rats than usual.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Ghost
Crew Events
Any pirates without Swaggerin' count as having the Scaredy Weakness until the ship next returns to Port.
A ghost has been sighted on the ship.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Stolen Hat
Crew Events
If the crew has at least one pirate with Stealin' and one with Swaggerin' choose one of each to be involved, otherwise ignore the event. Roll a d6. 1-3 the Pirate with Swaggerin' loses Swaggerin', and the Pirate with Stealin' gains Swaggerin' (and a new hat) 4-6 Lose the Pirate with Stealin'.
You stole me hat! I can see it on yer bloody head!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Scurvy
Crew Events
Keep this card until you next return to Port. Roll for each Pirate. On a 1 Pirates without the Scummy Weakness gain that Weakness, Pirates with the Scummy Weakness get Scurvy, and Pirates with Scurvy are lost.
Pirate needs limes badly!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
The Box
Crew Events
Roll for each pirate, on a 1 they are put aside until the next time the Crew returns to Port. While they are put aside they are not part of the Crew, and use no Grog.
There's a general ruckus on the deck of the ship and the captain feels some pirates need some time in The Box.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Bird Flu
Crew Events
If no Pirate has the Pet Parrot Feature ignore this card. Roll for each pirate. On a 1 lose that Pirate. Keep this card and repeat this roll each turn until the Crew returns to Port.
That is an infectious parrot!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Murder
Crew Events
Lose one Pirate of your choice. After this roll a d6. On 1-2 choose another pirate to die. Repeat this until a 3-6 is rolled.
Someone decides to have a night-stabbing.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Indecisive Compass
Crew Events
Keep this card until the Crew arrives at their next destination, then roll a d6 to decide your real destination. 1-3 it is a Port, 4-6 it is an Island.
Something's not right with the compass.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
A Plan
Crew Events
Choose one Pirate, then randomly choose 1d6 other Pirates (but not the Captain), and set them aside. Keep this card until the next turn, then roll a d6. 1-2 lose those Pirates, 3-4 Return those Pirates to the Crew, 5-6 gain 10 Booty and return those Pirates to the Crew
I've got a cunning plan!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
A New Name
Crew Events
Choose one pirate. They insist on changing their name to something much more impressive. It must use the following structure. [Adjective] [Name], the [Noun] of [Location]. Examples include Firey Dave, the Scourge of Azure-Bay or Dumpy Lars, the Crab of the West.
Names are very important to Pirates.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Termites
Crew Events
Keep this card until you roll a 6. Every turn, you must roll a d6. On 1-3 that much Booty is lost, on 4-5 no effect, on a 6 discard this card.
How could termites possibly eat gold?
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Gangrene
Crew Events
If there are no pirates with hooks or peg legs then lose 2d6 Booty. Otherwise choose one Pirate with a Hook or Peg Leg. That Pirate cannot work until they return to port. The Pirate still consumes Grog.
That doesn't look good...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Stowaway
Crew Events
Immediately roll a new Pirate and add them to the crew.
I was here the whole time!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Ocean Madness
Crew Events
Every pirate must immediately roll on the Sober Pirate table except the Captain, who will roll on the Captain's Madness table instead.
You try hanging around a bunch of dirty pirates for weeks on end without going crazy!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Bootylust
Crew Events
Roll for each pirate. On a 1 lose 5 Booty and that Pirate.
I'm gettin' outta here and I'm takin it with me!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Barnacles
Crew Events
Lose 3 Booty the next time you return to Port.
The ship has even more Barnacles than normal. It's starting to look a mess. You'll have to get professional cleaning at the next Port.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Mast Rot
Crew Events
Roll, on a 1 keep this card, otherwise discard it. While you have this card, all rolls for working the Sails suffer a -5 penalty. When you arrive at Port, you can discard this card by paying 5 Booty.
Can't sail without a mast, can't fix it without sailing to Port. We're screwed...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Pearl Diving
Crew Events
Choose any number of Pirates. Roll for each and add Stealin'. On 1 lose that Pirate, 2-4 no effect, 5+ gain that much Booty.
The crew suspect this is a pearl-heavy area. Who will risk the dangerous dive?
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Pet Crab
Crew Events
Choose a Pirate to gain the Pet Crab Feature.
I'll name him Mr. Crab!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Lobster Racing
Crew Events
A random Pirate cannot work next turn. They still consume Grog.
After attempting to set up a Lobster Racing league one of the pirates gets a nasty snip on their hand.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Mutiny
Crew Events
Choose a Pirate. That Pirate starts a Mutiny, as if he had rolled Mutiny on the Sober Pirate Table.
One pirate decides he could do a better job of running the ship.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Argument
Crew Events
Choose two Pirates. Those Pirates can never be put on the same Job as one another.
You could hear it clear to Bodney Bay!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
The Prettiest Dress
Crew Events
Roll for each pirate, adding Swashbucklin'. On a 6 or more lose another Pirate. The Pirate with the highest roll gets the Dress. If the highest result is tied, roll again.
A dress washes up nearby the ship and the crew haul it in. It's beautiful. Naturally, the Pirates have to fight over it.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby


Sea Encounters

Giant Squid
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Swashbucklin'. 1-3 Lose 1 Pirate and roll again. 4-6 discard this card. 7+ discard this card and gain 10 Booty.
A squid tries to drag you down to the abyss. Can your Crew defeat the beast?
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Iceberg
Sea Encounters
Choose to lose either all your Booty, all your Grog or d6 Crew members.
The ship is torn open by an iceberg.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Helpless Ship
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Stealin'. You gain five times that amount of Booty.
You board a ship with no guards at all.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Navy Attack
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-4 Either lose two Pirates or 2d6 Booty and 2d6 Grog. On 5-6 no effect. On 7+ gain 4d6 Booty
The navy have got you in an ambush. This could be bad, but there might be Booty in it if your luck holds...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Pirate Trap
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-2 Lose 10 Booty. 3-4 no effect. 5+ you gain twice that number in Booty
Some fellow pirates are trying to beat you at your own game. Show 'em how it's done!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Triangle of Doom
Sea Encounters
Roll 3d6. If they all the dice match, lose all your Pirates, Grog and Booty. Start again with a new starting Crew and 40 Grog.
Thousands of ships have gone missing in this part of the ocean...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Doldrum
Sea Encounters
The ship will not move as long as you have this card. At the beginning of each turn, roll a die. On a roll of 4 or more, discard this card.
The sails fall limp and the ship cannot move from the middle of the ocean
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Black Water
Sea Encounters
Your Course immediately changes to Port.
The water turns dark and daunting, as if something bad is about to happen.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Native Canoes
Sea Encounters
You may trade your Grog for Booty at a one to one ratio. If you have a Pirate with stealin' you can trade either way at a one to two ratio instead. You may choose to gain 2d6 Booty, but if you do, you must roll and subtract Swashbucklin', losing that many Pirates.
Some savages have sailed up to the ship in their canoes offering to trade.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Sea Volcano
Sea Encounters
Choose one of the following to lose: A Pirate, 1d6 Booty or 1d6 Grog.
A gush of superheated water endangers the ship.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Hurricane
Sea Encounters
Roll. 1-2 lose 3d6 Booty. 3-4 you arrive at an Island, 5-6 you arrive at a Port.
You never know where a hurricane might blow you.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Whirlpool
Sea Encounters
Lose either 1 Booty, 1 Grog or a Pirate and roll. 1-4 you must lose either 1 Booty, 1 Grog or a Pirate and roll again. 5-6 discard this card.
It's a legendary hungry whirlpool that will only let the ship past if it's fed!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Big Wave
Sea Encounters
Choose one: Lose 1d6 Booty or roll. If you roll, on 1-2 lose all Booty, 3-4 No effect, 5-6 you immediately arrive at your destination.
A big wave is coming. The ship can try to avoid it, or risk riding it.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Heatwave
Sea Encounters
Every Pirate consumes 2 Grog this turn. If they cannot, they must roll on the Sober Pirate Table as though they had no Grog.
It's so hot!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Sharks
Sea Encounters
Choose one Pirate. Roll and add Swashbucklin'. 1-2 lose that Pirate. 3-4 the Pirate gains Swaggerin' 5+ the pirate gains Swaggerin' and gain 1d6 Booty.
A Pirate is thrown overboard into shark-infested waters!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Crocs
Sea Encounters
Choose one Pirate. If the crew ever come across crocs again, lose this Pirate.
A Pirate has a run-in with crocs! Shouldn't dangle your feet in the water, I guess.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
White Whale
Sea Encounters
The ship immediately sets Course for The White Whale, which is sailed to just like an Island or Port. When they arrive, roll and add Shootin' for the whole crew. 1-2 Lose a Pirate and d6 Booty and keep this card, 3-4 keep this card, 5+ gain 2d6 Booty and discard this card. The ship cannot go to an Island or Port while you have this card. If the Captain is lost, discard this card.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Mermaids
Sea Encounters
Roll for each pirate. Any who get 1-2 are set aside. Roll and add Swashbucklin' for each Pirate that was set aside. 1-3 lose that Pirate, 4+ no effect.
The Crew spots mermaids! They're really vicious sea hags, but the Crew is too drunk to see that.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Message in a Bottle
Sea Encounters
If the Pirates make it to an Island on the next turn they find a new Pirate, who joins the crew.
Just a castaway, on an island lost at sea-oh...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Man in a Barrel
Sea Encounters
You may choose to roll. If you do, on a 1-2 lose a Pirate, and on 3+ gain a new Pirate. If you don't, no effect.
The Crew finds a man floating in a barrel. He might make a good Pirate, if he doesn't have Sea Madness.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Ghost Ship
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-3 lose 3 Pirates 4-6 no effect (but still spooky) 7+ gain 20 Booty
A ghost ship! Honestly! Didn't you just see that?
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Sea Rats
Sea Encounters
You may choose to gain 2 new Pirates or gain 2d6 Booty and 1d6 Grog.
Some dirty pirates have left a sinking ship.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Sirens
Sea Encounters
Lose 2d6 Booty and 2d6 Grog.
A haunting song lures the ship onto some rocks.
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Leviathan
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-5 You immediately arrive (washed up) at Port. Lose all Booty and Grog, then gain 1d6 Grog.
The legendary colossus of the sea rises and tries to swallow the ship!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Treasure Hunters
Sea Encounters
Choose one: Immediately arrive at an Island, but you only gain half the normal Booty or Grog, or roll and add Swashbucklin'. 1-3 lose one Pirate, 4-6 gain 1d6 Booty, 7+ gain 2d6 Booty.
A group of treasure hunters want the pirates' help. You could help yourself to their treasures...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Bounty Hunters
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Swashbucklin'. 1-3 lose the Captain, 4-5 no effect, 6+ gain 1d6 Booty
Someone's put a price on the Captain's head and tries to take it!
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Explorers
Sea Encounters
Choose one: Lose 5 Booty and immediately arrive at an Island, or roll and add Swashbucklin'. 1-2 no effect, 3-4 gain 1d6 Booty, 5-6 gain 2d6 Booty. 7+ gain twice that amount of Booty.
You could pay these explorers to guide you to an Island, or you could steal all their stuff. Up to you...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Merchant Convoy
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-4 Lose 1 Pirate. 5+ You may roll and add Stealin', gaining twice that much Booty.
These ships are helpless without their escort, but the escort certainly isn't helpless...
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Ship Graveyard
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Stealin'. You gain that much Booty. If the roll is a 1, lose a Pirate.
There's plenty of Booty to steal from these wrecks, but it can be dangerous business
Card by SUPERSUGA and Jacoby
Rising Island
Sea Encounters
You may treat the rest of this turn as if you arrived at an Island.
Out of nowhere an island springs up out of the ocean.
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The Mist
Sea Encounters
You may travel as normal but when you next reach an Island or Port roll. On a 1 nothing happens. On a 2 you have reached the other type of location. On 3+ you arrive at your destination as normal.
Navigation is impossible in this fog!
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Flagship
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-3 Lose 1d6 Booty and one Pirate and roll again immediately. 4-5 no effect 6+ Gain 2d6 Booty and 2d6 Grog.
There's plenty of Booty on this huge ship, but there's plenty of cannons as well.
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Cursed Ship
Sea Encounters
Gain 2d6 Booty. When you next reach Port or an Island, roll. If that roll is a 1 or 2 lose all of your Booty.
It always seemed to good to be true...
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Dolphins
Sea Encounters
Keep this card. You may redraw the next Island Encounter or Sea Encounters card if you wish. If you do, discard this card.
Some dolphins decide to accompany the ship, guiding them somewhere nice.
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Spice Vessel
Sea Encounters
Roll and add Stealin', gaining 5 times that number of Booty.
A helpless ship filled with valuable cargo!
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Stirring Deep
Sea Encounters
Choose one of the following: Lose all Pirates except the Captain, lose all Booty and Grog, or lose all Pirates, Grog and Booty, and start again with a new Pirate Crew (as though you were just starting the game).
Shadows and shapes grasp at the ship from below. They speak in a deep voice, demanding terrible things of the Captain.
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Port Happenings

We Have No Grog Today
Port Happenings
You cannot buy any Grog at this Port.
This port has no grog for sale! None at all!
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The Black Spot
Port Happenings
Choose a Pirate to get the Black Spot. If you get a Card that could negatively affect a Pirate, it must affect this Pirate.
A hunched stranger gives one pirate the Black Spot!
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The Governor's Daughter
Port Happenings
Choose one Pirate with Swaggerin' (If there are none, ignore this event) to roll. 1-2 Lose that Pirate 3-4 Gain 1d6 Booty 5-6 Gain a new Pirate (who must be female).
A Pirate in your crew has become involved with the Governor's daughter.
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Attack the Mansion
Port Happenings
Choose up to 4 Pirates. Roll and add the number of Pirates you chose. 1-4 Lose 1d6 of the Pirates you chose and gain 1d6 Booty. 5-6 lose one of the Pirates you chose and gain 1d6 Booty for each remaining Pirate, doubling this if they have Stealin'. 7+ gain 1d6 Booty for each Pirate you chose and gain a new Pirate.
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Exceptional Service
Port Happenings
Each Pirate will spend an additional Booty at this Port.
The quality of goods at this Port is particularly high! Should be worth spending a little extra...
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Under Seige
Port Happenings
Roll. 1-2 Lose 1d6 Pirates, and you are still At Sea. 3-4 Lose all Grog, and you are still At Sea. 5-6 no effect.
The port is being bombarded by a rival. If you want to trade at Port, you're going to have to defeat him.
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Grog Sale
Port Happenings
2 Grog may be bought for 1 Booty.
Grog is half price here!
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Old Enemy
Port Happenings
Choose a Pirate. Roll and add Swashbuckin' and Shootin'. 1-3 Lose that Pirate. 4-6 Gain 1 Booty.
One pirate must fight an old foe.
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Fire
Port Happenings
You can only spend 2d6 Booty at this Port. Your Pirates will not spend their 1 Booty at this Port.
This Port is ruined by a recent fire.
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Business Opportunity
Port Happenings
You may spend 10 Booty to keep this card. The next time you arrive at Port, roll. 1-3 gain 1 Booty. 4-6 gain 30 Booty!
There's a chance to make some serious Booty on a risky purchase, which might be valuable at the next Port.
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Settling Down
Port Happenings
Roll for each pirate. Any that roll a 1 are lost.
This place is nice! Some Pirates might want to settle down here...
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Scum and Villainy
Port Happenings
Roll for each pirate. Any that roll a 1 are lost. Any that roll a 2 lose 1 Booty.
This place isn't so nice. Let's get out of here!
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High Demand
Port Happenings
You can trade 1 Booty for 15 Booty. You may only do this once.
One of your treasures is very valuable to the residents of this Port.
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Special Offer
Port Happenings
You may spend 19 Booty to get 20 Grog!
Cheap Grog here! Tastes a bit strange, but it's still good.
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Legendary Sea Dog
Port Happenings
Gain a new Legendary Pirate of your choice.
A new Legendary Pirate joins the crew.
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Disease Hole
Port Happenings
Roll for each pirate. Any that roll a 1 or 2 gain the Seasick Weakness until they next reach a Port.
This Port is full of disease!
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Burning Love
Port Happenings
Roll for each pirate. Any that roll a 1 gain the Scummy Weakness permanently.
There's a nasty infection going around Port.
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Witch Hunt
Port Happenings
You may roll and add Shootin' and Swashbucklin'. 1-5 1d6 other Pirates and the Captain are killed 6+ no effect. If you do not roll, lose the Captain.
The captain is accused of being a Witch! The crew can either let him burn or try to rescue him.
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I'm Comandeering this Ship
Port Happenings
You may gain a new Pirate, who immediately becomes Captain. Otherwise, roll and add the Captain's Swashbucklin'. 1-3 Lose your Captain and gain a new Pirate. 4+ you must leave Port immediately.
An insane navy officer demands to take control of the ship.
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Docking Fee
Port Happenings
Either pay 5 Booty, or you are still At Sea.
If you want to dock here, you have to pay the fee!
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Labour Strike
Port Happenings
Roll for each pirate. Any that roll a 6 do not spend 1 Booty at Port as normal.
There are strikes in Port. Some of your Pirates might join in...
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Gambling Den
Port Happenings
Choose any amount of Booty that you have and roll. 1-2 Lose your chosen Booty. 3-4 No effect. 5-6 Double your chosen Booty and roll again.
The Captain's going to do a little gambling. Which might turn into a lot of gambling...
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Fancy Ball
Port Happenings
Lose 1d6 Booty and roll. 1-2 The ship leaves Port immediately. 3-4 gain 1d6 Booty. 5-6 The Captain gains Swaggerin' and you gain a new Pirate.
The captain is invited to a fancy ball. This is a great chance to impress the locals, so long as you don't accidentally kill the governor again.
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Exotic Goods
Port Happenings
Choose a Pirate and roll. On a 1, lose that Pirate. 2-6, that Pirate spends that much Booty on top of the usual 1 Booty at this Port.
One pirate is particularly taken by one of the local girls.
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Pet Shop
Port Happenings
Lose 5 Booty and a Pirate of your choice gains either the Pet Parrot or Pet Monkey Feature (your choice).
Parrots and monkeys for sale!
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Quality Prosthetics
Port Happenings
For every Hook, Eyepatch or Peg-leg Feature the crew has, lose 1d6 Booty.
The sharpest hooks, blackest eyepatches and peggiest legs in the Seven Seas!
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Con Artist
Port Happenings
Roll. 1-4 lose 10 Booty. 5 no effect. 6 Gain a new Pirate with Stealin'.
The Captain is tricked by a con man! Can he get the money back?
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Wanted Sign
Port Happenings
You may leave Port immediately without spending any Booty. Otherwise, roll. 1-4 lose 1 Pirate. 5-6 no effect.
One pirate is a wanted man here.
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Pirate Attack
Port Happenings
You may pay 10 Booty. If you do not, keep this card. You must roll on every turn On a 1 lose all Booty, Grog and Pirates, and start over as if you were just starting the game.
While the crew are in town their ship is mercilessly attacked and damaged by other pirates!
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False Advertisement
Port Happenings
Lose all Booty and gain that much Grog. Your Crew must leave Port immediately.
The captain misunderstands an offer at the grog shop
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Parrots Wanted
Port Happenings
If a Pirate has the Pet Parrot Feature they may lose it to gain 30 Booty
The governor's young daughter has lost her precious parrot.
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Treasure Map
Port Happenings
You may pay 10 Booty to keep this card. If you do, the next time you must draw an Island Exploration Card you may discard this card to draw 3 Island Exploration Cards and pick 1.
It's good to know where the treasure actually is.
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Smouldering Ruin
Port Happenings
You are still At Sea.
This port is little more than a pile of burnt wreckage. Keep on sailing!
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Messenger
Port Happenings
You may choose to keep this card. If you do, the next time you arrive at Port, gain 10 Booty and discard this card.
If the crew take this messenger to another Port he will pay them handsomely.
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Powderstore Explosion
Port Happenings
Roll for each Pirate. Any that roll 1-2 are lost.
While the crew are in town there's a huge explosion!
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Fortune Teller
Port Happenings
Keep this card and choose a Pirate. Any natural die roll of 2 or more that affects that Pirate only is treated as a 6. Any natural die roll of 1 that affects that Pirate only is still treated as a 1, and you must discard this card.
The Fortune Teller proclaims one pirate will have exceptional luck!
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Island Exploration

Skull Island
Island Exploration
Roll and add Shootin'. 1-4 lose that many Pirates 5+ gain 3d6 Booty
A giant ape attacks the explorers!
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Paradise
Island Exploration
Roll for each exploring Pirate. Lose any that roll 1-3.
Although there is no Booty on this island, it's a truly beautiful place.
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Kingdom of Booty
Island Exploration
Roll for each exploring Pirate and add Stealin'. 1 lose that Pirate. 2-5 gain that much Booty. 6+ gain double that amount of Booty!
This island hosts an abandoned city filled with Booty!
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Native Attack
Island Exploration
Roll and add Shootin' and Swashbucklin'. 1-3 lose that many Pirates. 4-6 gain 1d6 Booty for each exploring Pirate. 7+ gain a new Pirate and 2d6 Booty for each exploring Pirate (including the new one).
The natives are attacking! Can the crew fend them off?
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Castaway
Island Exploration
Gain a new Pirate.
This island has no Booty but does have a single castaway!
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Navy Outpost
Island Exploration
Do not choose Pirates to explore. Roll for the whole crew, adding Shootin'. 1-2 lose 5 Booty. 3-4 no effect. 5+ roll and add Stealin'. Gain ten times this much Booty.
Can your crew fight off the navy?
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Volcano Island
Island Exploration
Roll for each exploring Pirate. Any rolling a 1 are lost. otherwise, gain Booty equal to their roll. The crew may stay and roll as many times as they want but have a penalty to their rolls equal to the number of rolls made after the first roll.
This volcano is covered in lost Booty!
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Amazons
Island Exploration
If there is a female pirate on board the crew gain 30 Booty! Otherwise roll for the exploring Pirates and add Swashbucklin. 1-5 lose all exploring Pirates. 6+ gain 5 Booty for each exploring Pirates.
The Amazons are fierce warriors, but are generous to other warrior women.
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Main Course
Island Exploration
Lose one exploring Pirate. Gain 2 Booty for each remaining exploring Pirate.
There's treasure here, but one of your Crew is captured by the natives and fed to a horrible monster!
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Treasure Cave
Island Exploration
Gain 5 Booty for each exploring Pirate, or 10 Booty for each exploring Pirate with Stealin', up to a maximum of 50 Booty.
The explorers find a cave filled with so much Booty, they might not be able to bring it all back!
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Abandoned Temple
Island Exploration
Roll for each exploring Pirate and add Stealin'. Gain that much Booty.
This temple has plenty of Booty!
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Ape Island
Island Exploration
If one of the exploring Pirates has the Monkey Feature, gain 10 Booty. Otherwise, roll for the explorers and add Swashbucklin'. 1-3 lose that many exploring Pirates. 4-6 no effect. 7+ gain 30 Booty.
Does anyone here speak ape?
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Docked Ship
Island Exploration
Gain 20 Booty and 20 Grog.
Some idiot has left a ship here!
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Crab Island
Island Exploration
Gain 1d6 Booty for each exploring Pirates. Give one of your exploring Pirates the Pet Crab Feature.
No giant crabs, just regular sized, friendly crabs.
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Pygmy Island
Island Exploration
Roll. 1-2 lose one exploring Pirate. 3-6 gain that much booty. You may repeat this roll as many times as you wish.
The natives shoot darts at the exploring Pirates as they try to find Booty!
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Monster Island
Island Exploration
Gain 20 Booty and lose one exploring Pirate.
Don't worry, it's just a name. Well, there is one monster...
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Bones
Island Exploration
No effect.
Nothing but bones here. Move along.
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Shipwreck
Island Exploration
Roll. 1-3 gain 10 Booty. 4-6 gain 10 Grog. You may choose to roll. 1-4 lose 2d6 Booty and 2d6 Grog. 5-6 gain 20 Booty.
The crew haul up something from a ship wrecked in the coral around this island. Should they try to reach the island?
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The Cave
Island Exploration
Roll for each exploring Pirate. Any rolling 1-2 gain the Caver Feature. Whenever the ship arrives at an Island again any Pirates with the Caver Feature cannot be chosen to be an exploring Pirate.
The exploring Pirates check all the caves nearby, but no Booty. They're still talking about caves though.
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Native Wildlife
Island Exploration
Gain 1d6 Booty for each exploring Pirate. One exploring Pirate gains either the Pet Monkey or Pet Parrot Feature (your choice).
It's a little weird that the boar has a ring, but we're not complaining.
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Endless Jungle
Island Exploration
Set aside 20 Booty and roll. 1-2 Lose an exploring Pirate and roll again. 3-4 lose 1d6 of the set-aside Booty and roll again. 5-6 you gain the set-aside Booty.
Did we take a left at that tree or the other tree that looks just like it?
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Civilisation
Island Exploration
You arrive at Port.
You're not just at any island, you're at Port!
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Coral Reef
Island Exploration
Gain 20 Booty and lose 2d6 Grog.
You gather precious coral but lose Grog from the stores as the coral tears your ship open.
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Giant Turtle
Island Exploration
Gain 1d6 Booty for each exploring Pirate and roll. 1-3 you arrive at Port. 4-6 you arrive at another Island.
This island is a giant turtle!
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Mirage
Island Exploration
You are still At Sea.
The island is a mirage... better luck next time.
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Tropical Fruit
Island Exploration
All exploring Pirates without the Seasick Weakness gain the Seasick Weakness until you next arrive at Port and spend 1 Booty (beyond the normal 1 Booty spent at Port).
The explorers gather some delicious fruit, but it doesn't agree with them.
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Naive Natives
Island Exploration
You may trade Grog for Booty at a rate of 1 Grog for 5 Booty.
They sure do want that Grog.
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Isle of the Dead
Island Exploration
Roll and add Swashbucklin' for each exploring Pirate. 1-2 lose that Pirate. 3-4 no effect. 5+ gain 5 Booty.
Ghosts, Zombies and Skeletons attack the exploring Pirates!
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Parrot Island
Island Exploration
You may give the Pet Parrot Feature to 1d6 exploring Pirates.
Parrots are plentiful here! No Booty, though.
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Dread Lair
Island Exploration
Roll for each exploring Pirate. 1-4 set aside that Pirate. 5-6 gain 10 Booty for each set-aside Pirate. If all exploring Pirates are set aside, lose those Pirates.
A narrow cave has the disctinct lure of a Booty-Hoard.
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Booty Bay
Island Exploration
Roll and add Stealin'. 1-3 lose one exploring Pirate! You may roll again. 4+ gain 30 Booty.
Another pirate has hidden their hoard in the caves of this island!
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Fountain of Fate
Island Exploration
You may choose one exploring Pirate. The next time that Pirate explores an Island they may discard the Island Exploration Card once, but must keep the new card if they do.
They say the Fountain gives good fortune! Who will drink from it?
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Hole to Hades
Island Exploration
Choose one of the exploring Pirates. When you next arrive at Port, lose that Pirate.
One pirate catches a glimpse of Pirate Hell itself!
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Glittering Hoard
Island Exploration
Gain 10 Booty for each exploring Pirate.
No catch, just treasure!
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Buried Treasure
Island Exploration
You may choose to roll. 1 lose one exploring Pirate, and you may roll again. 2-5 you may roll again. 6 gain 15 Booty for each exploring Pirate.
There's a huge X in the middle of this island. Better hurry before the giant bird catches you!
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The Devil's Fist
Island Exploration
Gain 1d6 Booty for each exploring Pirate, as well as "The Devil's Fist". "The Devil's Fist" counts as 50 Booty but must be spent in one transaction.
As well as finding Booty each the pirates find the legendary ruby known as the Devil's Fist.
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