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  • clerks put into glass cilinders and promptly stuff these into a myriad of copper tubes behind them POP Only an underground network of copper tubes deliviring mail is nice on main land but useless on an island Below the ground the letters wander around in confusion and eventually end up at the post office Sometimes letters emerge from the copper tubes These the clerks pick up with a sigh and

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  • Login Harbat the harbour Login Username Password 2007 Organisms Based on UltraWiki

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  • account the fact that when heroism involves the rescue and or elevation and or enrichment of the burgmaster the stated punishment is acquitted and instead the hero to which the deed of heroism falling under RULE C2 can be ascribed is rewarded with a key to the city RULE C3 Each individual can be rewarded a maximum of one key to the city as described under RULE C2 after which he will be considered a nuisance and be banished from the city in a period of time ranging from now and thirty days henceforth RULE C4 Should in any circumstance a person commit an act of heroim through sheer unintentional happenstance this person should report this incident to the proper authorities He or she will then have a chance to redeem him or herself and cleanse him or herself from the heinous act in question by means of actions considered mischievous or criminal in stature SECTION D REGARDING THE PIRATE S CODE RULE D1 a Good Pirate appreciates the value of gold more than he does the value of his own mother RULE D2 a Good Pirate drinks at least 10 pints of grog every day RULE D3 a Good Pirate kills anything that stands between him and his booty RULE D4 a Good Pirate knows the darkest seas from the back of his hand RULE D5 a Good Pirate spits on anything holy RULE D6 a Good Pirate swears only on his mother or his captain RULE D7 a Good Pirate lies steals cheats and kills as he sees fit RULE D8 a Good Pirate is always in the mood for a good fight RULE D9 a Good Pirate would rather gutt a man than a fish RULE D10 a Good Pirate has a least one good scar or

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  • vast sea stood Harbat an island with tall chalk cliffs and coarse green hills and upon it filling the island almost entirely a city Here everyone kept really busy with confirming each other s existence offices and houses stood packed on top of each other in the town centre the market thrived as ever and day and night trade ships docked at the chaotic harbour Outside Harbat the island was lonely and barren with only a few settlements along the coast But beyond the island Harbat exploded into a myriad of tiny islets and reality slowly lost its coherence Nearest to the city was the dreary rock with the weather station on it Just at the horizon one could still make out the Siren s Peak on a clear day the mighty stronghold that kept a vigil on the sea Beyond were the Goblin Islands a small knot of rainy islands that were Harbat s little breadbasket all three of them ruled by a baron the first desolated but for a ciderhouse the second with a ruined keep and some cattle herders and the third the barony itself with a small village At the outer ends the unpredictable no mans

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  • in the harbour Gregory also checks their goods Gregory is an ambitious man who got this job thanks to hard work and devotion At least he was until a couple months ago his wife was found dead in the docks and his three children gone from their beds The undertaker did his best to patch up the body he never told the harbourmaster what had happened to her so horrible

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  • lot of gold to make sure none of their cargo gets lost burned or stolen the wharves have the best trained guards in the city They ve stolen my oils they ave Fredrick says And them guards claim they ain t seen nothin Ow can that be I wonder ow much they made on me load those bastards Sites of interest include the storehouse the basins the granary There is

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  • or endebted dig away in the rock uncertain what it is they are looking for The mining guild isn t sure either It is a dark and damp place and many die of exhaustion Machines and conveyer belts of ramshackle quality groan away all day long and kill many of the workers The timber they use to uphold the corridors are rotten and many a times they collapse burying dozens

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  • giant mill at the harbour captured ships and vessels are stripped Sails and other useful materials are sold to the shipyard the wood is used to construct houses in the

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