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{{Monster_InfoBox|title1 = Green Pirate|image2 = Green Pirate.png|location = Otherworld Tower}}The '''Green Pirate''' is one of the many elite mobs that can be found in the Frontier. The Green Pirate can be seen as another 'variant' of the pre-existing pirates found in the Frontier, which are the [[Blue Pirate]], [[Yellow Pirate]], and [[Red Pirate]]. The Green Pirate is considered to be tougher than the other three variants of the pirates and poses a threat to beginner and intermediate players. The Green Pirate is also noted to be found on the floor known as "Criminal Alliance."
 
   
In appearance, the Green Pirate is nearly identical to the other variants of the pirates, except that it wears a green-striped attire. It also wields a gold scimitar to alert the players that it is tougher than the other three pirates due to how the Gold Scimitar deals more damage than that of a Titanium Scimitar.
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== Summary ==
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{{Monster Infobox V2|title1 = Green Pirate|image1 = GreenPirateMob.png |location(s) = Matumada
   
The Green Pirate share identical attacks of the other three pirates and can range from slashing the players to swiping their scimitar while leaping towards the player.
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Otherworld Tower
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Upper Island|behavior = Hostile|damage = Charge - 450
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Slash - 420
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Swing - 350|hp = 5,800 (Matumada)
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2,500 (Otherworld Tower)|collectibles__materials = 10-120 Candy Crumbs
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Esteemed Heirloom
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Lonely Fish
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1-2 Treasure Rags
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Ugly Unrefined Stuffing
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Vigilant Idol|armor__equipment = Pirate Hook}}
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* Alias: Green Pirate
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The '''Green Pirate '''is identical to that of the Pirates of the Frontier, except that it wears a green attire and wields a golden scimitar. It makes its appearance on the 26th floor of the [[Otherworld Tower]], ''Criminal Alliance'', serving as main obstacles on the floor as the players progress through the dungeon.
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The Green Pirate also makes an appearance on the island of Matumada, an island introduced in the Spring Update. However, the Green Pirate on the island differentiates from the Green Pirate in the Otherworld Tower dungeon is due to the fact that it is much stronger, with a marginally larger health pool. In addition, the Green Pirate (island variation) can drop various loots whereas the one in the Otherworld Tower dungeon cannot drop anything upon its death.
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=== Attacks ===
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There are three attacks the Green Pirate can perform:
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* '''Charge''' - Charges towards the player and then quickly jumps towards them in an attempt to hit the player with their scimitar in the process.
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* '''Slash''' - Attempts to slash the player in a vertical manner.
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* '''Swing''' - Swings its scimitar at the players.
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=== Drop Rates ===
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The drop rates of every single collectible that can be acquired from the Green Pirate. Any claims of "missing items" that the Green PIrate could drop will be cast aside as <u>false information</u>.
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* 100% chance for [[Treasure Rags]]
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** 20% chance for another
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* 90% chance for 10 [[Candy Crumbs]]
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** 50% chance for 10 more
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** 10% chance for 100 more
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* 25% chance for [[Vigilant Idol]]
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** 5% chance for another
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* 11% chance for [[Ugly Unrefined Stuffing]]
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* 5% chance for [[Lonely Fish]]
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* 0.8% chance for [[Pirate Hook]]
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* 0.2% chance for [[Esteemed Heirloom]]
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=== Strategy ===
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The players simply just have to dodge its attacks. Jump-boosting and/or flight equipment will benefit the players. Mushroom Parasol can also be used to assist the players and weapons that can clear out multiple enemies also come in handy while fighting against this particular mob.
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=== Trivia ===
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* In the Otherworld Update, the Green Pirate did not originally have a pirate hook on one of its hands. Since the Spring Update, the Green Pirate was given a new appearance and is now seen with a pirate hook.
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* It is remarkably tankier than the other three variants of the Pirates.
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[[Category:Spring Update]]
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[[Category:Otherworld Update]]
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[[Category:Hostile Mobs]]
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[[Category:Public]]

Latest revision as of 18:12, August 20, 2019

Summary Edit

  • Alias: Green Pirate

The Green Pirate is identical to that of the Pirates of the Frontier, except that it wears a green attire and wields a golden scimitar. It makes its appearance on the 26th floor of the Otherworld Tower, Criminal Alliance, serving as main obstacles on the floor as the players progress through the dungeon.

The Green Pirate also makes an appearance on the island of Matumada, an island introduced in the Spring Update. However, the Green Pirate on the island differentiates from the Green Pirate in the Otherworld Tower dungeon is due to the fact that it is much stronger, with a marginally larger health pool. In addition, the Green Pirate (island variation) can drop various loots whereas the one in the Otherworld Tower dungeon cannot drop anything upon its death.

Attacks Edit

There are three attacks the Green Pirate can perform:

  • Charge - Charges towards the player and then quickly jumps towards them in an attempt to hit the player with their scimitar in the process.
  • Slash - Attempts to slash the player in a vertical manner.
  • Swing - Swings its scimitar at the players.

Drop Rates Edit

The drop rates of every single collectible that can be acquired from the Green Pirate. Any claims of "missing items" that the Green PIrate could drop will be cast aside as false information.

Strategy Edit

The players simply just have to dodge its attacks. Jump-boosting and/or flight equipment will benefit the players. Mushroom Parasol can also be used to assist the players and weapons that can clear out multiple enemies also come in handy while fighting against this particular mob.

Trivia Edit

  • In the Otherworld Update, the Green Pirate did not originally have a pirate hook on one of its hands. Since the Spring Update, the Green Pirate was given a new appearance and is now seen with a pirate hook.
  • It is remarkably tankier than the other three variants of the Pirates.
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