|Gender||Male and Female|
|Friends||Each other, Long James, Sidney (at times)|
|Enemies||Prohyas, Vambre, Princess Zange, Witchy Simone, Sidney (at times)|
|First Appearance||Case Clothed|
|Latest Appearance|| Hoppus the Hunted (all pirates)|
Unconventional Dolphinism (Plunderbite)
|Voiced by|| Kyle A. Carrozza|
Pirates are a group of criminals from Keelhaul Cove that debut in the episode "Case Clothed". These pirates fought off the Warriors for Hire in that episode.
Each pirate has a different appearance though they wear standard 18th century pirate clothing (bandanas, vests, puffy shirts, waist sashes, baldrics, boots etc.) :
The second one has white skin with black lip stick, orange hair, blue mascara, earring and wears baggy brown pants and a blue pirate shirt. Hal Lublin voices that pirate.
The fourth one, named Plunderbite, is a blue cat with a black vest and bandana. Creator Kyle A. Carrozza voices that pirate.
The sixth one, unofficially named Number Nine, has dark pink skin with grey hair, wears two baldrics with a skull in the middle and appears to have some kind of bandages wrapped on his arms. Luke Ski voices that pirate in the episode, Bad Bad Cop.
The eighth one is a pinkish-grey cat pirate sporting a dark teal coat and a peg-leg. Grey Griffin voices the pirate in the episode Case Clothed while Lindsay Carrozza voices that pirate in the episode, Bad Bad Cop.
The pirates have nothing more but greed and vengeful personalities wanting to kill the Warriors in order to kidnap Princess Zange. They fight in any way possible and only back down from the outcome of their enemy such as the Giggly Face. The reason for their piracy is presumably due to lack of education and high unemployment. Some even speak like stereotypical pirates. As shown in Bad Bad Cop, the pirates also have a liking for singing as well as they joined along the Attractive Voice Magiswords' song. Plunderbite can play saxophone, Mustachebeard can play the trumpet and The Bulbous Nosed Pirate plays the banjo while The Grey Cat Pirate, Skull Shouldered Pirate and Mascara Faced Pirate are on backup vocals. The Fish Pirate got easilly offended when Witchy Simone questioned his eye-patch stating that she doesn't know him. Mustachebeard and Skull Shouldered Pirate seem to be close as they are seen eating and burping rudely together and both spoke with Australian/Cockney accents when confronted by the Warriors. Number Nine also reveals that clowns freak him out. The Bubous Nosed Pirate may have high intelligence as he used the Warriors' bickering against them in order to trick them by pretending to take them to the Interrigation Room but in reality to kick them out of the Wobblin Goblin.