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  • LordFlashFire

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    February 3, 2018 by LordFlashFire

    Hello all,

    I have noticed that this page seems to have fallen into disrepair. I can understand the reason, us being 14 years past the game, but as we have little to no information on Pirates!, and not much better (apparently, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong) on Piates Gold!, I would suggest that we streamline this into the sole "Sid Meier's Pirates" wiki, it being the most comprehensively tracked game we have. Again, feel free to show me why we shouldn't, if you believe that. Also, sorry about the title, I can't figure out how to change it.

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  • Markus1463

    Hello Everybody!

    We have a small problem. Everybody refers to the European Nations constantly, but they are labelled as factions because the Indians, Jesuits, and Pirates are included. If anybody is reading this, can you please comment and say if you think we should havea seperate Nation and Factions page or if we should just keep them as one. Thanks!

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  • Markus1463

    Hello Everybody!

    March 21, 2015 by Markus1463

    Hey I'm Markus1463. I've made a couple of pages so far, such as Eras , Smuggler, Dutch , English , Spanish , and French , as well as a few other pages and edits. Just saying, let's try and fill out all the red links on this site so that people who are interested in the game can get comphrehensive and accurate information. Also, I think we should try and recruit some more active editors. Thanks!

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  • TheBlueRogue

    Calling out to all Wikians, Wikia has secured an exciting opportunity to participate in an interview with the one and only, Sid Meier. Meier is a programmer, designer and producer of several popular strategy video games and simulation video games.

    Meier is also the Director of Creative Development of Firaxis Games. He has helped develop a variety of successful titles, including Ace Patrol, Civilization, and Alpha Centauri.

    UPDATE: Sid Meier has answered your questions! Read his responses in the Answers Blog Post!

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