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Sailor's Beginning: Chapter 13I sighed as I looked up at the ceiling, my hammock swaying slightly under my weight. Despite only being fourteen inches wide, it was actually pretty comfortable, as it didn’t move when the ship did, and since half the crew was on watch at almost any given moment, the members of the off watch got to use the hammock of the guy who slept next to him.Sailor's Beginning: Chapter 131 month ago in Introductions & Chapters
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Shifting under the thin blanket, I curled up slightly, feeling drowsy with the soft light of the lanterns glowing around me, and before I knew it, my eyelids had closed up to go to sleep.
As it turned out, tonight’s rest would have to wait, because not five seconds after I had closed my eyes, they reopened by themselves, and I found myself lying on a wooden floor.
Sitting up to the floor, I found that I was back in Salacia’s wooden temple, braziers and lanterns already lit as someone clapped from behind a pillar. “Well done, Chase! Not many could’ve slain my sacred animal and live to tell the tale.”
Sailor's Beginning: Chapter 15"Arden, wake up!" The familiar voice of Mills shouted as hands shook me awake, and I groaned, clutching my head in some pain as I sat up in my hammock. Mills must've been kind enough to put me to bed when I was three sheets to the wind. "Huh? What's going on?"Sailor's Beginning: Chapter 155 days ago in Introductions & Chapters
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Even through my hangover, I could hear the urgent shouts and the ringing of the bell topside, which could only mean one thing: battle stations! "Come on, mate - they've spotted a suspected pirate two points off starboard bow."
When faced with the obvious urgency of this situation, my hangover began to quickly fade away, leading me to wonder if the rum I had drank earlier was really that strong. I suddenly remember the gold I had won from my drinking contest, and checking to make sure no one was looking, I looked to see that Mills had been honest enough to not take the coin.
Nodding in satisfaction, I hurried to rejoin my messmates at our usual eating spot. Breakfast (Man, I was out for that long? Damn… I'll have to thank m
Sailor's Beginning: Chapter 14"Morning watch ahoy! Show a leg or stocking!" An officer cried out, and instead of showing a leg, I gracefully fell out of my hammock and onto the deck with a groan. As I stood up and brushed myself off, I noticed that a lot of people were missing, including my messmates, leaving just the younger sailors alone on the berth deck. "Huh? Where is everyone?"Sailor's Beginning: Chapter 145 days ago in Introductions & Chapters
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"The shellbacks are all topside, landsman. You and the other slimy pollywogs will remain here." Captain Corbett answered as he hopped from the bottom rung of the ladder onto the deck, the planks groaning just a little bit too loudly under his considerable weight.
The midshipmen then entered the berth deck from their quarters to join the common sailors: Harcourt, Norfolk, Calamy, and two other squeakers I didn't recognize, and we all gathered around the captain as he took his sweet time unrolling a sheet of parchment to make it seem all official.
"Ahem… Attention, pollywogs of His Majesty's frigate, the Chiron. You have been summ