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“You mean you don’t know? There have been pirates all over town looking for an oddly dressed woman and a young boy. I’ve heard that Kirkland is furious.”
Those words rung over and over inside your head like an alarm bell, resounding within your skull and battering against your mind.
I’ve heard that Kirkland is furious.
You’d known that leaving the ship wasn’t the wisest thing to do, but you’d never thought that he’d send people after you. It wasn’t even as if you’d slunk away in the dead of night; it had been broad daylight and you’d practically announced your plans to six members of the crew. If someone had thought to stop you it would have been easy, there’d been ample time. The real question was how on earth had you managed to subconsciously evade any and all members of the crew as you flitted around the town without a care in the world?
Kirkland is furious.
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Dark, damp, and depressing. Those were the first things you had noticed about your surroundings, the second had been a dull throbbing that resounded in your skull. It didn’t take long to discover the blood encrusted to your scalp. Fear sharpened your senses; your hands were bound, wrists raw from the thick rope, and you hurt. You soon realised that you were not alone in this darkness. Peering through the gloom, you met restless shadows and frightened eyes, many of which glistened with tears. You vaguely recalled screams of terror and pain as flames licked the ship’s tall mast, twisting around the wood in a dance of destruction. The fire had long since been consumed by the sea as the smouldering shell of your previous vessel had been sent to a watery grave. The smell of burnt lumber still clung to your clothes, but it was now dulled by the salty musk which stemmed from the appalling conditions in which you currently found yourself.
The shadow closest
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Ivan stormed away from you while grumbling incoherently. The tip about that job was huge. The money would have been enough to keep his sisters and himself happy for quite sometime. Well, at least enough to keep them out of his hair. Even if it meant getting involved with the war, it wasn’t like he was choosing sides. He was just choosing wallets.
Ivan hadn’t been playing close attention to where he was going and he soon found himself away from the busy marketplace in a narrow alley.
Such terrible luck!
He paced the wet cobble stoned path for a moment. Ivan could still feel the anger buzz across his skin like a hot fury. His consuming feelings about the lost job soon moved to the mysterious girl he had saved. Ivan could be cruel at times but he didn’t mean to be. He was just unaware of how harsh he could come across.
…but, if Sadiq had ordered me to attack that woman than I don’t think I would have
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The alarm clock began to loudly play the screamo version of Milkshake, causing _______ to yelp in surprise, sitting upright. It took her a moment to fully wake up, and get her breathing pace back to normal. With that settled, she flashed a quick glare to her iPhone and pressed the snooze button to shut off the song. She stretched her arms upwards and yawned quietly, sleepy (e/c) eyes scanned her surroundings as if to make sure that this was her condo. Yes, condo. The year being 2013, condos were the most popular dwellings on the market, especially in London.
_______ sighed sadly, remembering that this was her first time back to London after 300 years. She’d had the life she always wanted. Never staying in the same place for more than a few years, traveling around the world, seeing new places. The only thing she didn’t have was certain pirate by her side. Arthur never came back for her, and it took _______ four years to r
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It had been a week since the incident with the British Navy Patrol and _______ had never felt so happy in her life. The pirates practically welcomed her as one of them after the she killed off three navy soldiers. Alfred taught her how to shoot flintlock pistols and sword fight, the crew taught her how to play poker and pickpocket people, while Arthur answered all the questions _______ shot at him. She'd finally figured out what he wanted to find. Some sort of crystal that controlled time. _______ instantly thought it was complete rubbish, but Arthur seemed so determined on finding the thing that she couldn’t say anything to him. He told her stories about the stone at dinner, something about it being guarded by evil creatures on a carnivorous island. _______ listened intently, it was the exact kind of adventure she’d been waiting for her whole life, but it sounded like complete bullshit now that her chance had arrived. She promised
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"Fuck!" You groaned as you landed on the cold wood floor.
The cell door creaked as they shut it, slamming closed and echoing in the basement of the ship. You bore your teeth at them, trying to seem vicious. But you knew that you were nothing but a failed captain in their eyes and that factor stung like acid in your being.
Admitting defeat was one of the hardest things you could do. You were supposed to be mighty. You were supposed to be unbeatable. You were supposed to become a legend. As you sit in the cold darkness of the cell, the damp air steaming in your nose, you narrowed your eyes. To keep yourself calm, you thought of all the ways you could torture that Spanish-speaking asshole.
Minutes passed. Hours passed. And all you did was think. Finally, drowsiness began overcoming you as you looked out the small circular window of your cell. You could see that the sun had set. You were tired, yes..... But there was no way you could manage a wink of sleep in a cell of another ship. Spring