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Talk:Deleting pirates

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What happens when you delete a pirate?

Just wondering if there's anyone out there who knows exactly what happens when a pirate is deleted.... I know this much for sure, deeds for ships are placed on the market bidding table of that ship, and if they're locked, then they are unlocked once the deed hits the table. As well, any stalls that pirate has are passed down to the first listed pirate on the manager list. I have heard that once a pirate with a shoppe is deleted, the deed to that shoppe is placed on the bid table, similar to ships, but I cannot personally confirm that. Just wondering if there's anything else we can add to this page. Klostro 07:16, 3 January 2008 (PST)

Here's a petition I submitted to try and get this cleared up:
On the YPPedia page for Deleting Pirates, there's an item on the Talk page from someone who
thinks that when a pirate is deleted, any stalls they own are passed down to the first
manager on the list. I always thought that when a pirate got deleted, their stalls and
anything in them went away. Can you give me a confirmation as to which one is true? Is this
true for houses, too?
And here's the response from Castor:
The YPPedia entry is correct. It is NOT true for houses however. If the first manager
already owns a stall of the same type on that island, then the stall goes bye-bye however.
Mikaey 06:59, 19 November 2008 (UTC)


  • Does activating the starter box protect an account from purging (I'd guess yes).
  • What about coinscribe/doubscribe ?

--Alfwyn 08:59, 3 March 2008 (PST)

Coinscribing is no guarantee for protection according to Galene [1]. --Alfwyn 18:49, 6 March 2011 (UTC)

confirmation screen

the page is outdated, I just checked and we don't get the confirmation screen asking for password before deleting a pirate Serixx 18:25, 4 November 2010 (UTC)

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