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Tales of Pirates

Tales of Pirates II is a 3D MMORPG set in a bright fantasy world full of monsters, quests, collectible fairy pets and more. Play as one of four characters to begin an adventure in one of three starting locations: a winter castle area, a forested city or an arid desert town, with unique, branching classes available past level 10.

Publisher: IGG
Playerbase: Low
Release Date: March 30, 2007 (NA/EU)
PvP: Arena
Pros: +Old school appeal. +Auto-navigation. +High level cap (130+)
Cons: -Awkward controls. -Dated visuals.

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Tales of Pirates Overview

Tales of Pirates II, also called Pirate King Online, is a 3D adventure MMORPG that centers on a pirate-themed world of islands connected by teleportation and ship travel that the player must adventure through to progress in the game. Grind in traditional MMORPG fashion in the game’s expansive world, with three starter zones available to new players each with their own set of beginner quests. Choose from four unique characters with their own backstories and pick from multiple, branching classes to become increasingly powerful and useful in the game’s multiplayer modes. Crawl through the game’s dungeons or gain access to the sea and maritime combat with a custom-built ship in the pursuit of unique, character-specific loot and glory. Tales of Pirates shut down on February 29, 2016.

Tales of Pirates Key Features:

  • Four Unique Characters – (Lance, Carsise, Phyllis, Ami) Choose your character wisely, as each character is tied to specific classes—Lance, for example, cannot become a Herbalist, but Ami can.
  • Four Basic Classes – (Swordsman, Hunter, Explorer, Herbalist) Begin your journey by upgrading from Newbie to a basic class at level 10, gaining access to unique spell books and equipment.
  • Six Advanced Classes – (Crusader, Champion, Sharpshooter, Cleric, Seal Master, Voyager) Advance your basic class to an advanced class at level 40, allowing for more skills and better equipment to be worn.
  • Build and Customize a Ship – Sail the seas on a ship of your making, customizing it for stats and upgrading it as it levels to increase its fighting power.
  • Fairy Pet System – Collect and equip up to two fairies to boost your stats and help you in combat.

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System Requirements

Tales of Pirates System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows XP, 2000, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
CPU: Pentium 3 800 MHz+
Video Card: Any GPU
RAM: 256 MB
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows XP, 2000, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
CPU: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz+
Video Card: GeForce FX 5200 / ATI 9200 or better
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Disk Space: 3 GB

Tales of Pirates is a remake of a much older game called Travia. It can run on practically any modern system.


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Additional Info

Tales of Pirates Additional Information

Developer: MOLI
Publisher: IGG

Release Date (Closed Beta): March 15, 2007
Release Date (Open Beta): March 30, 2007

Release Date (Version 2.0): December 15, 2009

Shut Down Date: February 29, 2016

Tales of Pirates II was developed by MOLI, a Shanghai-based game developer, and published by IGG, a Singapore-based publisher of free-to-play MMOs. Tales of Pirates II is the game’s second iteration, featuring updated graphics, class choices, monsters, mazes, and items, originally titled Tales of Pirates. Several versions of the game are available globally, including another older iteration of the game titled Pirate King Online. The game’s publisher, IGG, is responsible for multiple other Chinese free MMOs globally, including Voyage Century Online, Angels Online and Brave Trials. IGG shut down Tales of Pirates 2 on February 29, 2016 to better focus on their popular mobile games Castle Clash and Brave Trials.