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The Evening Flame

Dragon's Hoard

Sophie's Sloop

The Dark Kraken

Con's Shuttle

The Mighty Open

The Goblin's Gold

Judgment

The Licked Weasel

Weasel Bane

Figment's Pigment

The Frozen Giant

Hilton's Horror

The Demise

The White Bones

The Grey Bones

Wit's Vacation

The Metal Fig

Tail o' the Weasel

The Dirty Cup

The Wetted Plate

The Snazzy Shenanigans

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Topsails  (topsail is my favorite island in NC for its history regarding piracy!)

Maroon Falcon (or pick a color...maybe mauve....)

RMS Paintbrush... or Paintbucket, but that might have copyright...

 

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44 minutes ago, Aryanun said:

Missed the obvious:

 

The Dark Maiden

Sophie's Choice

 

***runs and hides***

***Runs and Hides*** gets my vote!

 

The others deserve a *BONK!* (are you allowed to do that?)

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In my Lost World I made up a story.

The Pirate Ship is named The Flying Kraken.

 

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22 minutes ago, Cranky Dog said:

***Runs and Hides*** gets my vote!

 

The others deserve a *BONK!* (are you allowed to do that?)

Isn't that "Rums and Hides"?!?

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