List of known filtered words
This page contains the words that Three Rings defines as curse words for the purposes of the Yohoho! Puzzle Pirates chat filters.
The information here is provided for reference only. Use of these words in public or via unwanted tells in the game can be basis for complaint by other players to Ocean Masters and may lead to blackspotting, shunning, and even banning. Misspelling the curse words to get around the filters are even more likely to get you in trouble.
If you want to test the filters, please do so in private (in a house or on a ship) in order to not offend others.
This page contains words which could be considered obscene and/or offensive. The obscene words that are filtered by the game are shown in white, the replacement words are shown in black.
If you do not want to see the potentially offensive curse words, DO NOT highlight the section below.
Curse words that are optionally filtered
* indicates a wildcard. It will also change the suffix or prefix depending on where the "*" is placed
These are the words that are the "curse words" referred to in the chat filter options.
- Drop chat messages with curse words. This removes the entire message if a curse word is found anywhere in the message.
- Pirate-ify the scuppering curse words. This will replace curse words with the listed replacements.
- Comic-ify the !%#@ing curse words. This will replace curse words with a random combination of !%@#$%&* as replacements.
|blowjob*||-> harmonica lesson|
|*penis*||-> *John Thomas*|
|whore*||-> flirt (previously trollop)|
Curse words that are always filtered
A few words are always filtered, no matter what filter options you have selected. These words will make the entire message/line be dropped.
There are some words which are acceptable to say in chat, but the game refuses to inscribe them on a trinket or present. Some filtered words are filtered normally, while others are considered dropwords for the sake of inscriptions. Also, the game uses different patterns when determining which dropwords are too vulgar for inscriptions: some are more restrictive, and some are more permissive.