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"Poor Anne's father was executed by the mad king, and now she is mad herself."
—Hannah Goode

Anne Harlow is a hostile non-player character (NPC) and one of the two pirate leaders in Anno 1800. She can be found in the Old World.

She is Lady Margaret Hunt's niece.

Island

AnneHarlowIsland.jpg

Diplomacy

Apart from the varying results from "Flattering", "Insulting" and "Offering Gifts" depending on their likeliness, the relationship with Anne can be affected with the following:

Action / Condition Reputation Change
Positive Influences
Sinking ships of other players +1-2
Signing ceasefire agreements with her +5
Trading with her ?
Expanding military force +2
Negative Influences
Sinking her ships -1

Quests

Gain reputation

When you want to befriend Anne, quests can be attained, offered by ships at her harbor. Every-time you complete a quest you gain reputation, but not when you fail the quest or go over time.

Tips

In the quest-line "In the Name of the Father - 'the Daughters'" (available when you have an alliance), you should be warned for the 5th quest (15+ reputation), this quest will create a large armada of ships you have to destroy, which also exist of pirate Battle Cruiser(s).

Silva

In the questline "Bashing the buccaneers" Admiral Vicente Silva asks the player to destroy Anne's stronghold.

Active trade

In order to trade with Anne Harlow a trade agreement needs to be established via diplomacy.

Goods

The table below lists goods offered and requested by Anne Harlow, depending on the game progression. Maximum amount of offered goods is 150 tons, the goods are replenished at a certain rate per minute, depending on the game progression and difficulty setting of the restock rates. Different colours and position in the cell of the table indicate different difficulty settings: common (top value), medium (middle value) and rare (bottom value). The sign "–" indicates the good is not offered or requested at the certain stage of the game.

Good Price Restock rate in tons per minute according to game progression and difficulty setting
Early Game Early-Mid Game Mid Game Late-Mid Game Late Game End Game
Goods offered for sale
Sails.pngSails 86Credits.png 3
2.25
1.5
4
3
2
5
3.75
2.5
6
4.5
3
7
5.25
3.5
Weapons.pngWeapons 570Credits.png 1
0.75
0.5
1.5
1.125
0.75
2
1.5
1
3
2.25
1.5
5
3.75
2.5
Gold.pngGold 2770Credits.png 3
2.25
1.5
4
3
2
6
4.5
3
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons 24110Credits.png 1
0.75
0.5
3
2.25
1.5
Goods bought for special price
Schnapps.pngSchnapps 80Credits.png + + + + +
Beer.pngBeer 1040Credits.png + + + + +
Rum.pngRum 96Credits.png + + + +

Ships

Anne Harlow can sell and buy ships from the player. The table below lists ships offered by Anne, depending on the game progression or other specific requirements. The number of ships offered at a time also depends on the game progression, and there is a certain chance of each ship being offered for sale. The sign "–" indicates the ship is not offered at the certain stage of the game.

Ship Price Game progression / Unlock condition / Spawn chance
Early Game Early-Mid Game Mid Game Late-Mid Game Late Game End Game
Number of ships being sold 1 1 1 1 1 2
Pirate gunboat.pngPirate Gunboat

25000Credits.png

100% 50% 25% 14.3% 14.3%
Pirate frigate.pngPirate Frigate

40000Credits.png

50% 25% 14.3% 14.3%
Royal ship-of-the-line.pngRoyal Ship of the Line

100000Credits.png

25%
Pirate ship-of-the-line.pngPirate Ship of the Line

100000Credits.png

25% 14.3% 14.3%
Pirate monitor.pngPirate Monitor

500000Credits.png

14.3% 14.3%
Pyrphorian monitor.pngPyrphorian Monitor

500000Credits.png

14.3% 14.3%
Extravaganza Steamer.pngExtravaganza Steamer

500000Credits.png

14.3% 14.3%
Pyrphorian Warship.pngPyrphorian Warship

700000Credits.png

14.3% 14.3%


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