However, there are some lessons in manners even a pirate should know about chatting.There is a feature which automatically detects particular obscene language and posts an immediate warning to the player to cease using it.You will then be free to add these various options in any order you wish.
There are 10 rows of 10 slots which you can customize with your favorite dance moves, sex actions, emotions and much more.
(So, there are 10 Quickbars, each with 10 slots for you to use).
Example: /coin These emotes can also be achieved by entering a '/' then the term (ex: /coin = Flip a Coin).
Also, there are a number of responses that do NOT have an animated reaction, but can still be entered. Pirates of the Caribbean Online already restricts what words pirates can use when they chat within one another to prevent inappropriate dialog between players or being 'overheard' by unwitting younger bystanders.
Eventually, if you are a new player, the game will send you a message showing you how to chat.
By clicking on the speech icon in the lower-left, the menu of phrases will appear. Once chosen, the pirate will say that phrase in whatever type of chat is currently selected (Local, Crew, Guild, etc.) Another way of communicating with your fellow pirates are emotes.
The Quick bar is a dropdown action menu located on the top left hand side of the screen.
It is there to help you access all the actions your avatar can do in a quick and easy manner.
These are basic reactions your pirate can perform to express their emotions.
Next to the speed chat icon is the emote (head) icon.
Holding your mouse over the picture puts a lettered action over the icon, so you can read it easily.