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Player-owned port is a management-based minigame in which the player manages a port, sending out ships to complete voyages to the Wushanko Isles, commonly known in the West as the Eastern Lands. Each voyage will have Adversity in one or more of the following stats: Morale, Combat, and Seafaring. Next to each Adversity affecting the success of the chosen voyage, a green indicator bar shows the percentage of that Adversity that the player has overcome. Players choose a captain, crew members, and ship upgrades for each voyage that will provide stats to overcome the voyage's Adversity. Those stats may be boosted by port upgrades that have been purchased. Effects earned from the port's random event minigames may be used to provide an additional one-time boost.

The green indicator bars on the voyage and shipyard interfaces indicate the chance of a successful outcome. The chance of a successful voyage is equal to the least filled indicator. Thus, if two indicators show 100% and one shows 56%, the chance of success is only 56%. If a mission is not successful, the ship may be damaged, the crew may be lost at sea, and resources will not be gained. If the chance of success is low, the game will display a warning that harsher penalties will be incurred if the voyage fails. When the chance of success is high, it is possible to have a partial success and gain some resources even if the voyage fails.

The fourth stat, Speed, is different from the other three. Speed does not affect the success of a voyage but affects the amount of time that it takes to complete a voyage.

Resources gained from voyages may be used to unlock ship upgrades, upgrade the port buildings, or hire more crew. Ship upgrades and a varied crew roster allow for more varied and more difficult voyages to be successfully completed. Port upgrades allow players to have more ships operating at a time, boost resources gained from successful voyages, boost ship stats, or improve their chances to attract special adventurers and higher quality captains or crew.

Player-owned port is a management-based minigame in which the player manages a port, sending out ships to complete voyages to the Wushanko Isles, commonly known in the West as the Eastern Lands. Each voyage will have Adversity in one or more of the following stats: Morale, Combat, and Seafaring. Next to each Adversity affecting the success of the chosen voyage, a green indicator bar shows the percentage of that Adversity that the player has overcome. Players choose a captain, crew members, and ship upgrades for each voyage that will provide stats to overcome the voyage's Adversity. Those stats may be boosted by port upgrades that have been purchased. Effects earned from the port's random event minigames may be used to provide an additional one-time boost.

The green indicator bars on the voyage and shipyard interfaces indicate the chance of a successful outcome. The chance of a successful voyage is equal to the least filled indicator. Thus, if two indicators show 100% and one shows 56%, the chance of success is only 56%. If a mission is not successful, the ship may be damaged, the crew may be lost at sea, and resources will not be gained. If the chance of success is low, the game will display a warning that harsher penalties will be incurred if the voyage fails. When the chance of success is high, it is possible to have a partial success and gain some resources even if the voyage fails.

The fourth stat, Speed, is different from the other three. Speed does not affect the success of a voyage but affects the amount of time that it takes to complete a voyage.

Resources gained from voyages may be used to unlock ship upgrades, upgrade the port buildings, or hire more crew. Ship upgrades and a varied crew roster allow for more varied and more difficult voyages to be successfully completed. Port upgrades allow players to have more ships operating at a time, boost resources gained from successful voyages, boost ship stats, or improve their chances to attract special adventurers and higher quality captains or crew.