Edited By Raven10 • @frankie_musix: So on the one hand I think playing this game as a solo story game seems like it would get super dull super quick. On the other hand if Abby wants to play it that way I don’t see why the game can’t let her. I get it if let’s say a game like Journey insists on the multiplayer. There is actual artistic intent there. But Sea of Thieves isn’t making some sort of bold artistic statement. If Abby and others watching this would have more fun if they opened a pve server then why not do so? You can still play the game how you want. Your enjoyment won’t be any less. And in this specific case it’s not like there are a bunch of other pve games just like this for Abby to play. It’s not a case like say, Rust, where you have games like The Forest and Subnautica that offer solo and/or pve options with similar gameplay systems. What other multiplayer pirate exploration game is there?Also to the crew - If you are going to keep at this series you need to accept that pvp is part of the game and when engaged by another ship you really need to stop what you are doing and fight back as a team. You absolutely should not have lost most of those battles. You just need to fight back and not immediately give up. Also, if Abby is holding all the special cannon balls she probably should be the one manning the cannon.