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29 minutes ago, Aryanun said:

Can anyone guess the name of my ship?

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*BONK!*

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I... I guessed correctly!

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The Rolling Wander

Serpents Tongue

Walerbashly 

The Doldrums 

Bliss 

Lactating Giant

The Lamentation

Eeffoc (That's "coffee" backwards)

Sirens Breath

Puddle Dweller 

Magnanimous Sweetheart

The Dark Haven

Swindlers Pride

 

 

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3 hours ago, TGP said:

This might be a useful link: Incomplete Fictional Ship Name List

 

I have labeled it incomplete because it only listed one of the two named ships from Narnia. But it is a good long list. 

 

(Huh.  "The Black Freighter" is from the song "Pirate Jenny" from "The Threepenny Opera", the second most famous song in that opera after "Mack the Knife".  That's where Alan Moore got it from to put into "Watchmen".  

 

Sometimes I wish the comic book parts of Wikipedia showed awareness of anything beyond comic books.)

 

The Lady Stern

Windskimmer

Stallion's Bane

The Kindly One

 

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Well, these were both used in RPGs I played in...

 

In Firefly- "The Second Hand Lady"

In Star Wars - "The Second Star"

 

In D&D we had a ship called "The Sum of Honor" but I think it was taken from a 7th Sea Book.

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I personally am not a fan of "Red Lion" since that makes me think of "The legend of Zelda: Windwaker" and that chintzy little sailboat King of the Red Lions

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4 hours ago, Grayfax said:

 

Wait... Wait... Wait... Who sank Pope Bryan's original ship?!?!

Well maybe it ought** to be either:

 

Pope Bryan's Retribution

Pope Bryan's Wrath

 

 With the Escort Sloops (sister ships):

 

Purple Polly

Tanya Teal

 

 

**there were several good alternative suggestions incorporating 'Revenge' further up the thread...

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The Creeping Death

The Harvester of Sorrow

The Orion

The Sudden Death

The Bad Omen

The Black Swan

The Medusa

The Chromatic Death

The DeathRider

The Angel of Death

The Temptation

The Black Magic

The Ironbound

The Armorist

The Blood Money

The Piranha

The Architect of Pain

The Collateral Damage

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51 minutes ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

The Distaff Wrath.

 

Bollocks' Bane

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Sleipnir's Mother

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49 minutes ago, Pingo said:

 

Bollocks' Bane

 

 

Wow! You went there?!?  :blink:  :lol: 

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