Hearts of Oak: Conquest of the Seas is a non-commercial PC game being developed by PiratesAhoy!, and is to become the historical seafaring game to end them all! Fun, realistic gameplay on land and at sea, set during the Age of Sail, will provide extensive free play, exciting scripted storylines and intense multiplayer scenarios.

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SirTorgrad
SirTorgrad Feb 7 2014, 2:31pm says:

Looks awesome! By the way, what role will rations of food (and rum) play in the game? Will we be able to fish or hunt?

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CaptainMurphyDUCK
CaptainMurphyDUCK Feb 7 2014, 2:44pm replied:

There will be two different levels of the items. As a commodity both food and rum can be used to keep your ships' crew healthy. As a personal item it is used for your players health/stamina/skills. Fishing and hunting will likely be involved in a later stage for gathering special or unique items for your player.

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frenchiveruti
frenchiveruti Feb 7 2014, 8:08pm replied:

We can swim?

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CaptainMurphyDUCK
CaptainMurphyDUCK Feb 7 2014, 9:36pm replied:

That is correct. The player can swim around the boat if they feel like it.

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Yldrania
Yldrania Feb 7 2014, 3:29pm says:

Loving it.

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sammy0094
sammy0094 Feb 7 2014, 6:59pm says:

Awesome!

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*Swordar*
*Swordar* Aug 23 2014, 10:47pm says:

i cant wait any more

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