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Spelljammer/Starjammer - Background - Megans Allowed!

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21 minutes ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Sounds like a fine design for space. ::D:

 

For space, I might make it double sided going out from the center.

 

ACK! Almost spoiled some stuff that will actually be coming up in a few weeks!

 

Last week the party got together - two are near-bankrupt nobility, that desperately need to rebuild their family fortunes (including an elf emigre). One is a ship's captain. One is an ex-marine, drummed out of the service for a crime that he... probably didn't commit, and even if he did he was drunk at the time, and doesn't remember (he has a story feat). One is a witch of the dark tapestry - and a trained ship's navigator. One is the ship's chaplain. One is the shanty man. One is... a procurement specialist... it doesn't count as theft if it wasn't nailed down, does it?

 

Right now they are chasing down rumors of a ship that may be open to salvage - and need to deal with a half-elf that is running a shop named 'Of Dubious Origin'. Best known for being able to find Shelathi Shelar*, an elven wine that is... technically... contraband, at least if acquired from the elves.

 

Certain crew positions are still open - they need an experienced gunner, and there is a rumor that one might be found on a prison hulk out in Coldwater Harbor.

 

The Auld Grump

 

* Wine of Dreams** - more like absinthe than a vintner's specialty. A wine with mild hallucinogenic qualities and divination enhancing properties.

 

** Or at least that is what the smugglers call it - Of Dubious Origins calls it 'Wine from the Island of Wine' - the elvish words for dream and wine share a common root.

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1 hour ago, TheAuldGrump said:

* Wine of Dreams** - more like absinthe than a vintner's specialty. A wine with mild hallucinogenic qualities and divination enhancing properties.

 

** Or at least that is what the smugglers call it - Of Dubious Origins calls it 'Wine from the Island of Wine' - the elvish words for dream and wine share a common root.

Maybe it actually translates as 'Dreams from the Island of Wine'. ::D:

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