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Funhouse class sloop

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Funhouse class sloop
Funhouse 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
Porting Bribe Cost
Cost per bribe 50 PoE
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 50
Sail cloth 75
Wood 66
Lorandite 3
Tellurium 3
Cubanite 3
Red paint 30
White paint 30
Yellow paint 30

The Funhouse class sloop is a limited edition ship that was available from shipyards in April 2016. The ship features a funhouse theme, with slides, pirate cannonball cannons, springs, a "shark tank", a male swordfight dummy, a female rumble dummy, a high striker, and a joker figurehead.

When a pirate boards a Funhouse class sloop, they are placed on the main deck, which is an almost-useless scene (though it does provide access to the hold). To get to any other scene, a pirate must "Enter the Funhouse" by clicking on the large clown face or the portal (arrow) in front of it. The Funhouse class sloop is also unusual because a pirate must enter the cabin to gain access to the main hold.

Funhouse class ships have one of the following adjectives when delivered: Funky, Harlequin, High-Wire, Madcap, Mumming, Outlandish, Prankster, Sideshow, or Tilting.

Rooms and furnishings

A Funhouse class sloop has five scenes: The cabin, the crow's nest, the main deck, main deck (funhouse), and the main hold. A Funhouse class sloop comes pre-painted in a variety of different colors. The cabin and main deck come pre-painted fully red, the crow's nest comes pre-painted black, the main hold comes pre-painted with purple railing and lime sideboard, and the main deck funhouse comes pre-painted with blue railings, banana sideboards, and a gold hull. The total paint required to recolor a Funhouse class sloop is 368 units.

Funhouse class sloop
Cabin
Cabin (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative Props:
    • This scene has no decorative props.
  • Notes:
    • Changing the color of the trim only changes the color of the parts of the wall that are red by default. The parts of the wall that are white by default cannot be painted, nor can the floor.
    • The items that appear on the right wall are not actually props, and cannot be removed.
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:
    • This scene has no decorative props.
Main Deck
Main Deck (click for larger view)
  • No floor plans available.
  • Paint:
    • Railing: 34 units
    • Sideboard: 23 units
    • Hull: 35 units
  • Special items:
  • Interactive props:
    • This scene has no interactive props.
  • Decorative Props:
    • This scene has no decorative props.
  • Notes:
    • The "Enter the Funhouse" sign takes a pirate to the main deck (funhouse).
    • Painting the railing, trim, and hull only change the parts that are red by default. The parts that are white by default cannot have their color changed, nor can the floor.
Main Deck (funhouse)
Main Deck (funhouse) (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:
    • The two "Enter" portals (yellow arrows) each place you on a target in front of a pirate cannonball cannon. Moving between the two can give the appearance of being fired by the "cannons".
    • There is a hidden portal inside the high striker. This portal takes a pirate to the main deck.
    • In addition to painting the ship itself, painting the railing and sideboard can also paint the circus equipment on board, including the figurehead.
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:
    • Painting the railing and sideboard also change the color of the booty chest, the walls of the shark tank, and the curtain.


Shipyard Ship
Sloop (Mark II, Alice, Ancient, Arctic, Bardic, Blizzard, Casino, Celestial, Chocolate, Crimson, Cupid, Cursed, Dark, Defiant,
Dream, Emerald, Explorer, Frost, Funhouse, Gingerbread, Gold, Gunpowder, Harvest, Howl, Hunter,
Inferno, Jungle, Lagoon, Legendary, Lovestruck, Midas, Olympus, Phantom, Rogue, Roister, Scrooge,
Serpent, Shadow, Skelly, Smuggler, Steam, Tiburon, Torrid, Tropic, Undead, Valkyrie, Vampire, Verdant, Yuletide)
Cutter (Calamity, Harvest, Verdant) | Dhow (Rogue) | Fanchuan (Dragon)
Longship (Frost) | Baghlah (Verdant) | Merchant brig | Junk (Fortune)
War brig (Cupid, Dark, Gingerbread, Gold, Haunted, Imperial, Inferno, Rogue, Skelly, Smuggler)
Merchant galleon | Xebec (Wondrous) | War galleon (Quest, Shadow)
War frigate (Atlantean, Casino, Dark, Gold, Imperial, Phantom, Rogue) | Grand frigate (Midas, Rogue)

See also: Shipyard | Shipwrightery | Pillaging
Limited edition ship | Ships requiring designs for construction
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