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1 Well, well...if'n it isn't me old friend. A friendly face is what I be needin' to see, lassie. The days have been dark since last we sailed...
1 Well, well...if'n it isn't me old friend. A friendly face is what I be needin' to see, matey. The days have been dark since last we sailed...
2 What's happened, Captain Teach...?
3 I'm in need of a boat to the island of Thanatos...
4 Whu-whut happened?
5 Need go to Tha-a-ana-t-tos...
9 I lost me boat, lassie! Went and got too drunk one night, and found myself a'gamblin' with Killian Drake, an old sea cap'n who knows his way around a dice game. He played me, lassie...he played me a fool and I lost me boat!
9 I lost me boat, matey! Went and got too drunk one night, and found myself a'gamblin' with Killian Drake, an old sea cap'n who knows his way around a dice game. He played me matey...he played me a fool and I lost me boat!
10 Where is this Drake?
11 Do you think he cheated?
12 Maybe I could help...and I may need to call on that favor...
13 Maybe I help, Cappy!
14 Where is Drake?
17 He be around...he drinks a lot here at the Barnacle, and he's not afraid to tell a soul about how he got his new boat...
17 He be around...he drinks a lot here at the Barnacle, and he's not afraid to tell a soul about how he got his new boat...
18 Maybe I could help...and I may need to call on that favor...
19 Do you think he cheated?
20 Maybe I help, Cappy!
23 Oh, I don't know if'n old Drake's a cheat. He's just lucky...about the luckiest old sea-dog I ever did meet. I can't be callin' a man a cheat just because the dice landed his way...
23 Oh, I don't know if'n old Drake's a cheat. He's just lucky...about the luckiest old sea-dog I ever did meet. I can't be callin' a man a cheat just because the dice landed his way...
24 Maybe I could help...and I may need to call on that favor...
27 I really wish I could help you, lassie. But I no longer have the Gypsy Shadow...I've been spendin' most of me time starin' at the bottom if an ale mug...
27 I really wish I could help you, matey. But I no longer have the Gypsy Shadow...I've been spendin' most of me time starin' at the bottom of this ale mug...!
28 What happened, Captain?
29 What happen, Cappy?
33 That's mighty nice of you, lassie. And you know if there's anything I can do for you, Old Teach'll do it...
33 That's mighty nice of you, matey. And you know if there's anything I can do for you, Old Teach'll do it...
34 Thank you. I need to get to the Island of Thanatos...
35 Need go to Tha-a-ana-t-tos...
38 Thanatos! That's even crazier than wanting to go to the Isle of Despair. But, I'm figurin' its important, and I know it's the way Mr. Bates would want it. I suppose there are a couple of different ways ye might get there. One...you could buy a boat from the shipbuilder here in Black Root, which ain't cheap...
38 Thanatos! That's even crazier than wanting to go to the Isle of Despair. But, I'm figurin' its important, and I know it's the way Mr. Bates would want it. I suppose there are a couple of different ways ye might get there. One...you could buy a boat from the shipbuilder here in Black Root, which ain't cheap...
39 What are my other options?
40 H-h-how else get boat?
45 You might be able to get a dice game with Old Drake, but he's no rubber-leg when it comes to the dice...he's lucky, and he plays for big stakes. I wouldn't be a'tossin' with him unless you feel REAL lucky. And he won't be a'playin' with just anyone. Old Drake knows a gambler when he sees one...
45 You might be able to get a dice game with Old Drake, but he's no rubber-leg when it comes to the dice...he's lucky, and he plays for big stakes. I wouldn't be a'tossin' with him unless you feel REAL lucky. And he won't be a'playin' with just anyone. Old Drake knows a gambler when he sees one...
46 Alright, and the other solution?
47 If I win back the Gypsy, will you take me to Thanatos?
48 Wh-hut else, Cappy?
49 If I beat dumb Drake, you take me Thanatos, Cappy?
53 Take ye to Thanatos? Lassie, ye win me the Gypsy Shadow, and I'll take ye wherever ye be wantin' to go. There's nothin' I wouldn't do to get behind her wheel once again...
53 Take ye to Thanatos? matey, ye win me the Gypsy Shadow, and I'll take ye wherever ye be wantin' to go. There's nothin' I wouldn't do to get behind her wheel once again...
54 What's the other solution?
55 Wh-u-u-t else, Cappy?
59 Well, I'm a little leery of even mentionin' it...its not somethin' I even like to think about, much less let spill outta me blowhole. But ye seem ta need some help, and I owe ye one...
59 Well, I'm a little leery of even mentionin' it...its not somethin' I even like to think about, much less let spill outta me blowhole. But ye seem ta need some help, and I owe ye one...
60 I'd really appreciate any help you might be able to give...
61 Don't worry, Cappy!
63 Did I ever tell ye the story of how I came to own the Gypsy Shadow?
63 Did I ever tell ye the story of how I came to own the Gypsy Shadow?
64 No, you wouldn't tell me of it before...
65 No you wouldn't tell me of it before...
66 Yes, I remember. The story of Jack Skellybones?
67 Yes, vaguely. Would you tell me one more time?
69 Cappy no tell me story...[sniff]
72 Its just as well that I didn't tell it. But I'll say that I ended up with the Gypsy Shadow on account of the most cold-blooded murdering pirate who ever sailed the seas of Arcanum, and his name was Stringy Pete...
72 Its just as well that I didn't tell it. But I'll say that I ended up with the Gypsy Shadow on account of the most cold-blooded murdering pirate who ever sailed the seas of Arcanum, and his name was Stringy Pete...
73 What does he have to do with getting to Thanatos?
75 O-oo-kay. But how I get to Thana-a-at-t-os?
78 Well....there's a legend about old Stringy Pete, and I know it to be true. You see, old Pete died more'n two hundred years ago, but legend has it he still sails the seas, a'hauntin' those souls who be unlucky enough to run across him...
78 Well...there's a legend about old Stringy Pete, and I know it to be true. You see, old Pete died more'n two hundred years ago, but legend has it he still sails the seas, a'hauntin' those souls who be unlucky enough to run across him...
79 What are you saying, Captain?
80 Uhh...I like pirates! But I no unnerstand...?
82 I'm sayin' I seen his boat, and I know it to be real! If you could get his boat, without gettin' yerself run-through by his ghost, you'd have yourself a boat...
82 I'm sayin' I seen his boat, and I know it to be real! If you could get his boat, without gettin' yerself run-through by his ghost, you'd have yourself a boat...
83 Seems a little flimsy. How do you find a ghost pirate's boat?
84 How I find a ghost boat, Cappy? Scary boat!
86 Years ago, I found a secret cove. And there, on the beach, was an unmarked grave...unmarked except for the sign a' the evil eye, which is the sign Stringy Pete used to carve on his victims. I got out of there fast, without even looking for treasure...that could have been the place where he was buried, and if'n it was, its said most spirits return to their graves...
86 Years ago, I found a secret cove. And there, on the beach, was with a unmarked grave...unmarked except for the sign a' the evil eye, which is the sign Stringy Pete used to carve on his victims. I got out of there fast, without even looking for treasure...that could have been the place where he was buried, and if'n it was, its said most spirits return to their graves...
87 At the very least, I might find some clues...
88 Uhh...maybe find treasure too! Play sword fight!
90 Yes, lassie, I agree. Here...I'll mark your map with the location of the cove. [Teach does so.] Looks like you have a few options...buying, gambling or Stringy Pete...I don't like any of 'em, but good luck!
90 Yes, matey, I agree. Here...I'll mark your map with the location of the cove. [Teach does so.] Looks like you have a few options...buying, gambling or Stringy Pete...I don't like any of 'em, but good luck!
91 Thanks, Captain. I'll keep you abreast of the situation.
92 Okay, Cappy...I see you later...
94 Well, that was before all we've been through...would ye like to hear it now?
94 Well, that was before all we've been through...would ye like to hear it now?
95 Surely...
96 Not really...but how does it relate to my getting to Thanatos?
99 Of course I will. Well, matey, by the time I could start growin' a beard, I'd sailed from one end of this land to the other, from the southern shores of Weeping Maidens to the northern ice-choked waters of the Jailer's Hump. Ain't nothin' of the sea I hadn't seen, and most of it twice...
99 Of course I will. Well, missy, by the time I could start growin' a beard, I'd sailed from one end of this land to the other, from the southern shores of Weeping Maidens to the northern ice-choked waters of the Jailer's Hump. Ain't nothin' of the sea I hadn't seen, and most of it twice...
100 I see...please continue...
103 At the time, I was runnin' ale outta Caladon, first-mate for a mean and crusty old cap'n who went by the name a' Jack Skellybones. Half pirate and half devil, with the mouth of a blue-gilled she-demon and the breath to match. Jack used to drink so much that we'd pray for tailwinds...if the journey'd take too long, he'd start drinkin' the profits...
103 At the time, I was runnin' ale outta Caladon, for a mean and crusty old cap'n who went by the name a' Jack Skellybones. Half pirate and half devil, with the mouth of a blue-gilled she-demon and the breath to match. Jack used to drink so much that we'd pray for tailwinds...if the journey'd take too long, he'd start drinkin' the profits...
104 Sounds like quite a character...
107 That be the truth, lassie. Old Jack would fight ye if'n he thought ye breathed on him wrong...he had more scars on his face than most men had all over, and he could tell ye the story from each one, and never were they the same. He was a hard man, but fair to his crew...and he loved the sea, lassie, almost as much as he loved his boat, the Gypsy Shadow...
107 That be the truth, matey. Old Jack would fight ye if'n he thought ye breathed on him wrong...he had more scars on his face than most men had all over, and he could tell ye the story from each one, and never were they the same. He was a hard man, but fair to his crew...and he loved the sea, matey, almost as much as he loved his boat, the Gypsy Shadow...
108 Interesting. What happened to him, Captain?
111 Well, one night we was all drinkin' in the Sour Barnacle down Black Root way, and old Jack got real drunk, and started in with his stories...and as the night got on, they tales got taller and we laughed harder, and we were all havin' a grand old time...
111 Well, one night we was all drinkin' in the Sour Barnacle down Black Root way, and old Jack got real drunk, and started in with his stories...and as the night got on, they tales got taller and we laughed harder, and we were all havin' a grand old time...
112 And so...?
115 Jack'd had one too many, and started sayin' as to how he was the greatest pirate on the seas of Arcanum, and how if'n there was anyone who thought they were crustier, then he'd a'have something to say about it...
115 Well, Jack had one too many, and started sayin' as to how he was the greatest pirate on the seas of Arcanum, and how if'n there was anyone who thought they were crustier, then he'd a'have something to say about it...
116 I see...what happened then?
119 He started a'spittin' and a'holerin', and then, after upendin' every table in the place, he said that he was the greatest pirate who had EVER lived. Tougher than Ruby Dirk, and Black Sam Bellamy...and even meaner than Stringy Pete himself...
119 He started a'spittin' and a'holerin', and then, after upendin' every table in the place, he said that he was the greatest pirate who had EVER lived. Tougher than Ruby Dirk, and Black Sam Bellamy...and even meaner than Stringy Pete himself...
120 Stringy Pete? Who's he?
123 I don't talk much about him...I'll just say that Stringy Pete was the meanest, cold-blooded, murdering pirate who ever put to sail, and be done with it...there are stories and legends, and most of 'em are true. He's been dead for more'n two hundred years, and people still whisper his name when they talk about him...
123 I don't talk much about him...I'll just say that Stringy Pete was the meanest, cold-blooded, murdering pirate who ever put to sail, and be done with it...there are stories and legends, and most of 'em are true. He's been dead for more'n two hundred years, and people still whisper his name when they talk about him...
124 I see. And what of Jack Skellybones?
127 Well, after he said that, no one much felt like drinkin' after, and we put old Jack to bed. You see, a pirate is mean, but he knows what to be jokin' about, and blusterin' about...and a'callin' out to the ghost of Stringy Pete ain't one of 'em...
127 Well, after he said that, no one much felt like drinkin' after, and we put old Jack to bed. You see, a pirate is mean, but he knows what to be jokin' about, and blusterin' about...and a'callin' out to the ghost of Stringy Pete ain't one of 'em...
128 And so...?
131 Well, a week or so later we were out to sea, and it was the new moon so it was dark, and a strange westerly had appeared, and brought in a bank of low clouds, thick as lamb stew...and then we saw the other ship, just a'restin' off the starboard. Silent as death, and as still as if she was anchored...her sails tattered, her timbers rotted...and then we heard the screams...
131 Well, a week or so later we were out to sea, and it was the new moon so it was dark, and a strange westerly had appeared, and brought in a bank of low clouds, thick as lamb stew...and then we saw the other ship, just a'restin' off the starboard. Silent as death, and as still as if she was anchored...her sails tattered, her timbers rotted...and then we heard the screams...
132 What happened?
135 We found old Jack, in his cabin, with two daggers in him...one for each eye...and the sign' o the evil eye carved into his chest. The very sign Old Stringy Pete used to leave on his victims. We ran out to see who was on the other boat, but it was gone, a'takin' the clouds and the westerly with it.
135 We found old Jack, in his cabin, with two daggers in him...one for each eye...and the sign' o the evil eye carved into his chest. The very sign Old Stringy Pete used to leave on his victims. We ran out to see who was on the other boat, but it was gone, a'takin' the clouds and the westerly with it.
136 That's rather frightening...
139 Bein' first mate, I took command, and ownership, of the Gypsy Shadow. I never seen that other boat, and I hope I never do.
139 Bein' first mate, I took command, and ownership, of the Gypsy Shadow. I've never laid eyes on that other boat since, and I hope I never do.
140 I see...what does this have to do with getting to Thanatos?
141 I'm leaving...perhaps we'll speak of this later.
146 I heard the news, lassie, and ran over to her as soon as I could! Ye won the Gypsy back! Thank the stars! And thank you, lassie...thank you!
146 I heard the news, matey, and ran over to her as soon as I could! Ye won the Gypsy back! Thank the stars! And thank you, matey...thank you!
147 My pleasure, Captain. Might we leave for Thanatos, now?
148 Yay! Cappy! Go to Th-a-a-n-n-ato-o-s now?
152 Thanatos! Surely! Or wherever your heart desires, lassie! I'm a' going to give ye the Gypsy Shadow until yer finished with yer business! She's your to do with as ye please. Just try and bring her back in one piece!
152 Thanatos! Surely! Or wherever your heart desires, matey! I'm a' going to give ye the Gypsy Shadow until yer finished with yer business! She's your to do with as ye please. Just try and bring her back in one piece!
153 Thank you, Cap'n. I'll do my best to take care of her...
154 Thanks, Cappy! I take care of her!
156 Thank you, lassie! And good luck...
156 Thank you, matey! And good luck...
176 I hope you find a way to get that ship, lassie. And if you happen to win back the Gypsy Shadow, I'll meet you on her decks...!
176 I hope you find a way to get that ship, matey. And if you happen to win back the Gypsy Shadow, I'll meet you on her decks...!
180 May the Gypsy bring ye home safe, lassie...
180 May the Gypsy bring ye home safe, matey...




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