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Whether they're sailing the high seas, soaring the wild blue yonder, or charting the depths of outer space, whenever there's ships and commerce, there's [[{{Pirate}} Pirates]].

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Whether they're sailing the high seas, soaring the wild blue yonder, or charting the depths of outer space, whenever there's there are ships and commerce, there's [[{{Pirate}} Pirates]].



* '''{{Pirate}}''' (super-trope)



* PirateGirl

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* PirateGirl{{Pirate}} (super-trope)
* PirateGirl: A female pirate.






* HornyVikings
* APirate400YearsTooLate

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\n* HornyVikings
HornyVikings: Vikings (essentially Scandinavian pirates) are depicted as wearing helmets with horns.
* APirate400YearsTooLateAPirate400YearsTooLate: Historical pirates are somehow still around in the work's modern-day setting.



* RuthlessModernPirates

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* RuthlessModernPiratesRuthlessModernPirates: Modern-day pirates who are ruthless and not at all romanticized.



* SkyPirate

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* SkyPirateSkyPirate: Pirates who plunder aerial vehicles.



* EyepatchOfPower
* GangplankGalleon

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* EyepatchOfPower
EyepatchOfPower: Pirates tend to wear eyepatches.
* GangplankGalleonGangplankGalleon: A video game level themed after pirates.



* HookHand

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* HookHandHookHand: Another common staple is for pirates to use hooks as prosthetic hands.



* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything

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* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnythingThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: A character is said to have a specific career, but is never shown or otherwise indicated to do anything that has to do with their profession.



* WalkThePlank

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* WalkThePlankWalkThePlank: Pirates send people to their watery graves by making them leap off the plank.


* GhostPirate: A pirate who is a ghost.

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* GhostPirate: A pirate who is a ghost.undead.


* LongJohnShoutout

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* LongJohnShoutoutLongJohnShoutout: A pirate's name references Long John Silver from ''Literature/TreasureIsland''.



* PirateParrot

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* PirateParrotPirateParrot: Pirates have parrots on their shoulders.


* GhostPirate

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* GhostPirateGhostPirate: A pirate who is a ghost.



* SpacePirates

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* SpacePiratesSpacePirates: Pirates who plunder in outer space.



* CaptainColorbeard

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* CaptainColorbeardCaptainColorbeard: A pirate has a name referring to the kind of beard they have (e.g. a pirate with a black beard named Blackbeard).


Compare SeaborneAndSubmersibleVehicles.

Contrast NinjaTropes.

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Compare SeaborneAndSubmersibleVehicles.

with SeaborneAndSubmersibleVehicles. Contrast with NinjaTropes.



* '''{{Pirate}}''' (super-trope)



* {{Pirate}}

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* PirateSong


[[AC: Types of pirate:]]

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[[AC: Types
[[AC:Types
of pirate:]]pirates:]]



[[AC: Tropes associated with pirates:]]

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[[AC: Tropes [[AC:Tropes associated with pirates:]]



* UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy







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* SeadogBeard

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* LongJohnShoutout

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* PirateCrab

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* SeadogPegLeg


* TalkLikeAPirateDay

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* TalkLikeAPirateDayUsefulNotes/TalkLikeAPirateDay

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* PiratesVersusNinjas

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