Tuesday, April 19, 2011

More Pirates Flock to Port Largo

Rumor has spread throughout the West Indies that Port Largo has become a bit of a pirate haven, second only to Nassau in the Bahamas.  While not openly welcomed, seadogs, buccaneers, privateers, and pirates know that for a price, anything can be bought or sold there as long as the Governor gets his share.  Those "on the account" walk the streets and frequent the taverns and brothels on the island with no fear of capture while their cargo and coin continues to enrich the residents. 

I've managed to finish up five more pirates and soon they too will join their brethren in Port Largo for my Legends of the High Seas project.  Over the next few days I plan to profile each of these unsavory characters and send dispatches to other Governors and captains so that they may be on the lookout for these wretches of the sea.

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