What would you like to do?
How do you get reputation points on Tales of Pirates?
Be Mentor of someone (disciple then), each time he lvls you get reputation if you are online too
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Kill monsters in the same level as u and soon u will level up. That was not a very good answer. Ok, this is a better way to level up. Do quests. that may not sound helpful. S…tory quests give you more exp.
I think cleric is pretty good,but Seal Master is the best class
no, age of pirates Caribbean tales will not run on any platform newer than XP the game uses a security feature that was abandoned by game makers there fore there are no updat…es that allow this security program to work on newer operating systems and the game won't load without the security program as it is imbeaded into the game's programming.
Why does the Pardoner begin his tale with references to dancing-girls of ill repute only to move on to a story about greed that never mentions them again?
He does a "bait and switch" in order to comment on his listeners' dishonesty about what they really want.
It is in third person
That's a hard question. It all depends on internet mall points, length of play, and intelligence. When you start out you will be a newbie, in any class. There are several guid…es the last guy put a silly answer of a full ACC is the best or cruzader or something. But i used to play with a sealmaster. Full spr\con build. so pretty much hybrid but i maxed 100 spr first. at lvl 77 i rebirthed (on Russian server by the way) and in one seal i would usually beat a crusader in one seal.
For Brawler you need str and gunslinger you need dex those make you stronger
A summoner who meets a yeoman one day who asks him what he does, but rather than admit he is a summoner, an odious profession, he says he is a bailiff. The yeoman says he is a…lso a bailiff and when the summoner asks how he makes money the yeoman admits in any underhand way he can. The summoner agrees this is also how he works and then, in the spirit of confession, the yeoman says that he is actually a daemon from hell. This does not seem to overtly concern the summoner and he simply asks how he is able to take human form. They come upon a carter damning his stubborn horses to hell; when they do move he praises God. The summoner criticizes the daemon for not capitalizing on this situation and taking the horses, but the daemon explains that since the man was not sincere in cursing the horses he couldn't take them. The summoner then says that he will show the daemon how it is done, by extorting money from an old widow woman even though he admits there is nothing legitimate to summon her for. They go to her house and the summoner demands a bribe from her or he will summon her to court on a spurious charge. He also demands she give him her new pan in payment for an old debt, falsely claiming he paid a fine to get her off a charge of adultery. The old woman is so incensed she damns the summoner unless the summoner repents his false charges; the summoner refuses to repent and the daemon, obligingly, takes his soul-and the old woman's pan-to hell.
A chaos clawstone is an item which holds extremely high stats used for fusing into a gloves of any character (the gloves that come with no stats from cash shop (forget name, h…avent played for a while :P)) anyway it can be given to any class any character (or maybe only lance) but they are worth alot and give like +20 for every stat and more. but they cannot be worn unless first fused to an equip.
buy more buildings and keep them in good shape
the narrator stalks the old man for three days until he finally kills him but then has to hide him from the police and that's when he confesses
Why does the pardoner begin his tale with the references to dancing girls of ill repute only to move on to a story about greed that never mentions them again?
The pardoner does a "bait and switch" in order to comment on his listeners' dishonesty about what they really want.
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Make a Pokemon evolve without logging out (tireless) Example: A Caterpie.(lv.5) Evolved to a Metapod. (lv.25) Then again, evolved to a Butterfree.(lv.50) Without logging out. …That's tireless. Then you'll earn like... thousands of Team Points or Reputation Points! I already did that and I have a Butterfree already. That's NOT a cheat. Honest. If you have a tough Pokemon, I'll show you a tough or weak trainer. (One tough with Haze and one weak with random) It goes like this: 1.)catch a weak Pokemon or a Caterpie just to make sure. 2.) Battle the trainers I will give you the number and make your Caterpie evolve or your weak Pokemon. like up to lv. 50. 3.) Then open a NEW page like... "Battle a Trainer" then you'll see a like verification code then it'll say what to do. Thank you. And, I almost forgot, the numbers are: Tough: 966065(all Chansey lv. 50+) And, weak: 2020203 (random) But she has Sudowoodo lv.120+. And heres another one. "Get a Team Boost from Team Stats it only cost 10 team points." As always, PokemonAnswers101
The point of view in The Husband and the Parrot is from the husband and the parrot. The husband has returned yo life as the parrot.