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Dream class sloop

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Dream class sloop
Dream class sloop dock.png
Crew
Max crew 7
Max swabbies 4
Hold
Mass (kilograms) 13,500
Volume (liters) 20,250
Stations
Navigation 1
Rigging/Sailing 3
Carpentry/Patching 2
Bilging 2
Gunnery 1
Battle Nav
Move tokens per turn 4
Cannon size small
Cannons aboard 4
Cannon shots per move 1 per side
Max Damage: (SF) / (Sink)
Small cannon balls 6 / 10
Medium cannon balls 4 / 6.66
Large cannon balls 3 / 5
Blockade
Influence diameter 1
Min crew 3
Swabbie Ship Transport
Max swabbies 5
Cost per league 25 PoE
Construction Costs
Doubloons 40
Basic labor 160
Skilled labor 60
Expert labor 50
Iron 90
Sail cloth 75
Wood 66
Purple paint 20
Light blue paint 30
Navy paint 30
White paint 30
Tellurium 4
Papagoite 5

The Dream class sloop is a limited edition ship that was available from the shipyards in February/March 2014.

The layout of a Dream class sloop is different from all other classes of ships (as of March 2016) because it contains two unique types of scenes, each with a different look and feel. There are four scenes that look and feel mostly 'normal': cabin, crow's nest, main deck, and main hold. There are six scenes that look and feel like a 'dream': cabin dream, crow's nest dream, endless stairwell, main deck dream, main hold dream, and red room. For instructions on accessing the hidden red room, see the endless stairwell section of this page.

When a pirate first boards a Dream class sloop, the ship is in its 'normal' scenes. In the 'normal' scenes, only the booty, hold, and navigation tables may be accessed normally; no stations may be taken. Where each station would be on a normal sloop, there is only an option to 'Nap'. When a pirate clicks on any of these, or on a portal (arrow) in one of the beds, they are transported to the 'dream' scenes. In the 'dream' scenes, the ship looks radically different, but functions normally, including allowing pirates to take stations. Pirates in the 'dream' scenes cannot see pirates in the equivalent 'normal' scenes (except by using the /who command), and vice-versa. To leave the 'dream' scenes and return to the 'normal' scenes, a pirate can click a portal (arrow) in any bed in the 'dream' scenes, or the pirate may exit and re-board the ship.

Each Dream class sloop comes with a wandering drunken rumjug NPP and a wandering dream sheep NPP, who both remain aboard the ship permanently. Neither of these count as crew members.

Dream class ships have one of the following adjectives when delivered: Dreaming, Fanciful, Fantasizing, Hallucinating, Hypothetical, Imaginary, Pensive, Unreal, Whimsical, or Woolgathering.

Rooms and furnishings

A Dream class sloop has ten scenes: The cabin, the cabin dream, the crow's nest, the crow's nest dream, the endless stairwell, the main deck, the main deck dream, the main hold, the main hold dream, and the red room.

The 'normal' scenes do not come pre-painted (or, equivalently, they come pre-painted with all tan). All dream scenes except the red room come pre-painted with atlantean railings, indigo sideboards, light blue wall, plum trim, and atlantean hull, as applicable. The red room, unsurprisingly, comes pre-painted with red railing and trim. The total paint required to recolor the 'normal' scenes of a Dream class sloop is 168 units. The total paint required to recolor the 'dream' scenes of a Dream class sloop, including the red room and all three copies of the endless stairwell, is 423 units. The total paint required to recolor all scenes of a Dream class sloop is 591 units.

Placing furniture in a 'normal' scene does not affect the corresponding 'dream' scenes in any way, and vice-versa.

Dream class sloop
Cabin
Cabin (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Interactive props:
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Clicking on the portal in the bed takes a pirate to the cabin dream scene.
Cabin Dream
Cabin Dream (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Interactive props:
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Clicking on the portal in the bed takes a pirate to the cabin scene.
Crow's Nest
Crow's Nest (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Paint:
    • Railing: 2 units
  • Special items:
    • This scene has no special items.
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
Crow's Nest Dream
Crow's Nest Dream (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Paint:
    • Railing: 2 units
  • Special items:
    • This scene has no special items.
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Painting the railings in this scene also paints the wood in the scene.
Endless Stairwell
Endless Stairwell (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Paint:
    • Railing: 17 units
    • Sideboard: 16 units
    • Walls: 10 units
    • Trim: 14 units
  • Special items:
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Internally, there are three different endless stairwell scenes. There is an explanation of this here.
    • Related to the fact there are three scenes, painting or placing furniture in one only affects one of the three.
Main Deck
Main Deck (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Paint:
    • Railing: 49 units
    • Sideboard: 39 units
    • Hull: 70 units
  • Special items:
    • Ship's hold
    • Leave the ship
    • Nap (x8) (in places where stations normally are)
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Clicking on any of the "Nap" items, or the portals inside the sleeping mats, takes a pirate to the main deck dream.
Main Deck Dream
Main Deck Dream (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Clicking on the portals inside the sleeping mats (or the rowboat bed) takes a pirate to the main deck.
Main Hold
Main Hold (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • Clicking on any of the "Nap" items, or the portal inside the bed, takes a pirate to the main hold dream.
Main Hold Dream
Main Hold Dream (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
Red Room
Red Room (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Paint:
    • Railing: 1 unit
    • Trim: 14 units
  • Special items:
  • Interactive props:
    • Candelabra (x2)
  • Decorative props:
    • The decorative props in this scene are unknown.
  • Notes:
    • The candelabras change the light in the same way a grey color wall lamp would.


Endless Stairwell Scene

The game treats the endless stairwell as three different scenes.

Within the 'dream' scenes of a Dream class sloop, there is a scene that is like no other: the endless stairwell. The endless stairwell acts as though there are three different endless stairwells; in fact, that is actually the case behind the scenes (see the image to the left). All three endless stairwells look exactly the same; the only difference between them is where each portal (yellow arrow) leads. When a pirate first enters the endless stairwell, from either the main hold dream or the red room, they are in the first of these three scenes. Portals in the first scene point to a place in the second scene; similarly, portals in the second scene point to the third, and portals in the third scene point back to the first. There are only two exceptions. First, in any of the three scenes, the bottom staircase that points upwards leads back to the main hold dream. Second, in the third scene only, the portal on the left that points down a staircase leads to the hidden red room. See the external links section of this page for a link to a YouTube video that demonstrates accessing the Red Room.

It is also worth noting that when one of the endless stairwells has furniture placed, or if it is painted, that change applies only to that specific scene, not to all three endless stairwells.

External links

 

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