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[Pirates] are criminal [Sailors] who attack and rob ships at sea.

Pirate Factions[edit | edit source]

In Innworld, [Pirates] are grouped in several factions, and are often intense rivals with each other, such as Drowned [Pirates] and regular [Pirates]. While independent crews certainly exist, there are larger factions that may have a bad or good reputation among their peers - this may be based on power, wealth or honor depending on how these groups prioritize those things.[1]

The self-styled [Stormlord Captain] Imor Seagrass rules over much of the sea with his vast armies that actually ensure trade. However, it is suggested that his origins lie in the [Pirate] business, and that his protection doesn't come for free.[2]

The Siren, Revine of Savere, harbors [Pirates] in her waters and relies on their forces, sending raids as far as Zeres.[3]

Known Pirates and Factions:[edit | edit source]

  • Bloodtear Pirates (Sometimes affiliated with Savere, not considered respectable)[1][3]
    • Blood-By-Tide
    • Longshot Gamble (2nd Admiral's ship)
    • Plainsblood (Gnoll-crewed ship)
    • Plumped Jellyfish
    • Reaving Mary
    • Salvage Yer Boots
    • The Troll Marauders
    • Tit’s Up
    • Unsettled King (1st Admiral's ship)
  • Savere / Kingdom of Bandits (Pirate Nation)
    • Sandwave Fleet (Not-Drowned crew, affiliated with Savere)[3]
  • Undersea Crews (Drowned crew only)[1]
    • The Siren’s Depths (Probably affiliated with Savere)[1]
    • The Passing Shadow
    • The Sinking Light
    • Wispguides[1]
    • Krakenborne
Other Pirate Crews/Factions[edit | edit source]
  • Death’s Heads (Selphids crew)
  • The Illuminary
    • Rasea Zecrew - Captain (Formerly associated with the Undersea Crews)
  • Salt Dogs (Gnoll-crewed ship, considered Evil by other Gnolls)
  • Screaming Sails (Enemies with Bloodtear Pirates)
  • Seagrass’ Navy (Not-Drowned crew, affiliated with Imor Seagrass, not considered respectable)[1]
  • Shifthold (Infamous ship of Irurx)
  • Steelsails Armada (Not-Drowned crew, considered respectable)[1]

Non-Pirate Sailors and Navies[edit | edit source]

[Storm Sailors] are not [Pirates], but it is the only known specialized class available to regular [Sailors]. However, [Storm Sailors] aren’t always honest; they can turn to piracy, but don't gain the class. Additionally, some Drowned Folk or those with some aspect of the sea can still be [Storm Sailors].[4]

There are several factions and groups that patrol the oceans and fight [Pirates], among them are the following (land-based) nations: Zeres, Nadel, the Iron Vanguard, the Minotaur navy, the Drathian navy, the navy of Pheislant and the Thalassocracy of Medain - not necessarily listed here in order of their power. Other potential dangers to [Pirates] are Wistram and Roshal, "if you're at odds with them." However, in the grand scheme of things, land-based powers and their navies are not really considered true dangers by [Pirates]; there are dozens of things out at sea that are worse.[5]

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