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Tradewinds Legends
Legends Logo

Publisher

Sandlot Games

Released

PC NA 25 January 2006
MAC NA 1 May 2007

Genre

Strategy

Modes

Single player

Ratings

ESRB: E

Platforms

PC, MAC

Media

CD-ROM, purchasable download

Requirements

Minimum

  • Windows XP/Windows 98/Windows ME/Windows 2000/Windows Vista
  • 400 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128MB RAM
  • DirectX 7.0

Input

Keyboard, Mouse

Tradewinds Legends is a game.

GameplayEdit

The player must initially select between 4 main characters, with an additional custom character unlocked upon beating the game.


CargoEdit

Item Min Price Max Price Contra
-band
Unlock Condition
Salt 10 90
No
Initially Available
Tea 35 135
No
Initially Available
Wine 50 200
No
Initially Available
Amber 150 625
No
Initially Available
Oil 325 1000
No
Initially Available
Weapons 1,350 2,800
No
Fourth moon, Day 20?
Parchment 2,050 5,650
No
Indigo 3,100 7,750
No
Rugs 4,500 8,000 9K - 16K Upon unlocking Himalai Han
Gunpowder 5,500 9,000 13K - 17K Upon unlocking Mahil Hai

PortsEdit

All ports have a Palace and Bazaar. Landlocked ports on the map can only be accessed by Floating-type ships. A fleet of solely Flying-type ships is needed in order to reach these ports. Non-landlocked ports can be reached with either type of ship. Upon playing free trade mode, the avalaibility of the facilities are randomized on each port.

Port Landlocked? Shipyard? Bank? Moneylender? Temple? Shop? Warehouse?
Afal'anj
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Ak'wah
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Al Khazam
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Babelah
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Hallicau
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Himalai Han
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Mahil Hai
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Rhamat
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Sabrallaj
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Shiang Lo
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

ShipsEdit

Types Edit

Type Type Hull
Strength
Cargo
Space
Max
Guns
Price
Dhow Floating 30 75 7 5K - 10K
Junk Floating 60 125 12 13K - 25K
Galley Floating 100 200 15 35K - 45K
Caravel Floating 200 250 17 100K - 125K
Dirigible Flying 100 100 10 160K - 160K
Vimanas Flying 150 400 17 205K - 205K
Dragon Ship Flying 300 300 20 463K - 463K

Cannons Edit

Cannons take up 10 inventory space each.

Cannon Price Shot/sec Damage Damage/sec
Cannon 3,000 0.25 1 0.25
Heavy Cannon 10,000 0.2 4 0.8
Stone Golem 20,000 0.17 10 1.7

Special Abilities Edit

  • Evasive Maneuvers: -20% pirate encounter chance
  • Feather Light: Reduces pirate encounter chance, but increases storm encounter chance
  • Heavy Cannon: Increased damage
  • Massive Hull: +50% cargo space
  • Reinforced Oak: +20% hull strength
  • Storage Hull: +20% cargo space
  • Sure Shot: Increased firing accuracy
  • Tiny Ship: Enemy attacks miss more often
  • Ultimate Compass: Reduced chance of storms occurring

Playable CharactersEdit

  • Rihana Sayar: As a little girl, Rihana spent her days playing among the shelves of her family's modest spice shop. Although she possessed a keen mind, she showed little interest in the dealings of the merchants until her sweet face caught the eye of one of her father's customers, the wealthy trader Bashir Sayar. When Rihana came of age they were married and, immersed in the merchant lifestyle, she began to absorb the tricks of the trade as she strived to help her husband with his business. Their finances thrived apace with their love... until disaster struck fleet and fortune. Broken, Rihana's husband succumbed to despair, leaving his widow the scraps of their business--and its debts.
  • Nandi Patel: In his decades on the seas, Nandi has developed quite the reputation, both for his appetite for life's pleasures and his "flexible" approach to honor and morality. Opinions are divided over whether he is as bumbling and obsequious as he seems, or if it is all a clever ruse concealing a razor wit. The profits he has made suggest the latter...But really, how could such a simple man--a man with such a well-cultivated beer belly, a man who loses his glasses atop his head--possibly outfox the sharpest merchants and sultans? Laugh if you wish, but you had best count your belongings after an encounter with Nandi.
  • Tiger Bai: The ancient Captain Bai, known to the world as the Tiger, moves through the world cloaked in mystery. Two things are certain: one, she was born somewhere on the Orient; and two, this event occurred a very long time ago. All else is rumour and hearsay. The Tiger is a black magician who fled the wrath of a Mongol khan. No, an Imperial assassin who spared her target in exchange for a new life as a merchant. No, the empress herself, in hiding! Maybe she is a sweet old lady who just wants to retire to a cottage with a dozen cats. No one knows for sure... and that suits the Tiger very well.
  • Hasan Tazere: Born and raised on the shifting sands of the African desert, Hasan is a fierce Berber swordsman. Engraved on his skin he bears the markings of his tribe, as well as charms to ward against evil and harm in battle. Yet Hasan's tattoos could do nothing to protect his warrior brother Omar, who disappeared during the mysterious destruction of the Tazere family home three years past. Since the disaster, Hasan has worked for an Arab moneylender, paying off the loans needed to rebuild the family estate. Now he is free, and has vowed not to rest until he has discovered Omar's fate.
  • Custom Character

External links Edit

  • Gamehouse — Distributors of the Tradewinds franchise

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