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4th Jun '16 3:52:25 PM nombretomado
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** Recorded by SteamPunk band AbneyPark as ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F14L7piSUGk The Derelict]]''

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** Recorded by SteamPunk band AbneyPark Music/AbneyPark as ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F14L7piSUGk The Derelict]]''
15th May '16 10:48:49 PM jormis29
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* ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}} 4: A Thief's End'' has Nate chasing after a pirate (Henry Avery) treasure he and his brother once tried to claim until fate intervened fifteen years before the start of the game.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}} 4: A Thief's End'' ''VideoGame/Uncharted4AThiefsEnd'' has Nate chasing after a pirate (Henry Avery) treasure he and his brother once tried to claim until fate intervened fifteen years before the start of the game.
10th May '16 8:16:25 AM SolidSonicTH
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* ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}} 4: A Thief's End'' has Nate chasing after a pirate (Henry Avery) treasure he and his brother once tried to claim until fate intervened fifteen years before the start of the game.
5th May '16 7:13:34 AM Eievie
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->'''Sissy Pirate:''' "Uh, captain? Captain? I know we usually bury the treasure, but what if, this time, we use it to buy things? You know... eh... things we like?"
->'''Captain:''' ''(shoots him, then looks at his other men, who furiously begin digging a hole)'' "Ahhr! We'll dig up the treasure in seven yarr. I've drawn a map on this cracker, which Polly will hold for safe keepin'."

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->'''Sissy Pirate:''' "Uh, Uh, captain? Captain? I know we usually bury the treasure, but what if, this time, we use it to buy things? You know... eh... know… eh… things we like?"
->'''Captain:''' ''(shoots
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'''Captain:''' ''[shoots
him, then looks at his other men, who furiously begin digging a hole)'' "Ahhr! hole]'' Ahhr! We'll dig up the treasure in seven yarr. I've drawn a map on this cracker, which Polly will hold for safe keepin'."



The reality of piracy was a lot more pragmatic. Food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails were all of more immediate value to the corsair than a chest full of gold (which, if they ever got any, would promptly be ''spent'' on food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails, with what was left going to drinking and whoring before they got caught and hanged). These things kept their ships and crews operating outside the reach of the law. In addition, very few cargo vessels carried that kind of wealth. Those that did were warships sailing in groups with enhanced security to fend off any pirates that might attempt an attack. (Certain, more mundane-looking cargoes, mind, might be more valuable than we would think of today - alcohol, fabrics, spices, and various 'exotic' items from extremely far afield)

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The reality of piracy was a lot more pragmatic. Food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails were all of more immediate value to the corsair than a chest full of gold (which, if they ever got any, would promptly be ''spent'' on food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails, with what was left going to drinking and whoring before they got caught and hanged). These things kept their ships and crews operating outside the reach of the law. In addition, very few cargo vessels carried that kind of wealth. Those that did were warships sailing in groups with enhanced security to fend off any pirates that might attempt an attack. (Certain, more mundane-looking cargoes, mind, might be more valuable than we would think of today - alcohol, today--alcohol, fabrics, spices, and various 'exotic' "exotic" items from extremely far afield)



[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do with]] [[FreudWasRight that kind]] of "[[PirateGirl Pirate Booty]]".

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[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do with]] [[FreudWasRight that kind]] ''[[FreudWasRight that]]'' kind of "[[PirateGirl Pirate Booty]]".[[PirateGirl "Pirate Booty"]].



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18th Mar '16 11:18:23 AM Captain_Barbarossa
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* The multiplayer game ''VideoGame/PiratesVikingsAndKnights'' has an entire ''gamemode'' based around this. Teams must gather the treasure chests scattered across the map and [[CaptureTheFlag bring them back to their base.]] Of course, in their voice commands, [[TalkLikeAPirate the Pirate team exclusively refers to these chests as 'Booty'.]]
--> "Haharr, I got all the Booty!"
--> "Oi, someone be plunderin' our Booty!"
14th Mar '16 9:24:01 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks once jokes about finding a pirate treasure on the way to school.
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18th Jan '16 4:38:11 AM foxley
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* Possibly the TropeMaker (in fiction at least) in the 1824 short story "Wolfert Webber" by WashingtonIrving which - like Poe's "The Gold Bug" - is about Kidd's buried treasure. Robert Louis Stevenson acknowledged "Wolfert Webber" as the promary inspiration for ''Literature/TreasureIsland''.

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* Possibly the TropeMaker (in fiction at least) in the 1824 short story "Wolfert Webber" by WashingtonIrving which - like Poe's "The Gold Bug" - is about Kidd's buried treasure. Robert Louis Stevenson acknowledged "Wolfert Webber" as the promary primary inspiration for ''Literature/TreasureIsland''.



* ''The Deep'' by Creator/PeterBenchley (made into a film in 1977) has divers discovering a WW2 ship containing a cargo of morphine, which has sunk on top of a Spanish treasure ship that went down in the 18th century holding a priceless royal dowry. When a local drug kingpin takes an interest, the protagonists have to buy him off by salvaging the morphine while concealing what their real area of interest is.

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* ''The Deep'' ''TheDeep'' by Creator/PeterBenchley (made into a film in 1977) has divers discovering a WW2 ship containing a cargo of morphine, which has sunk on top of a Spanish treasure ship that went down in the 18th century holding a priceless royal dowry. When a local drug kingpin takes an interest, the protagonists have to buy him off by salvaging the morphine while concealing what their real area of interest is.



* Possibly averted in {{Redwall}}; the corsairs seem to do it ForTheEvulz, spending less time on treasure than on capturing slaves and randomly slaughtering everything in sight. Used in ''Pearls of Lutra'' because Emperor Ublaz is specifically telling them to bring back loot for him.

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* Possibly averted in {{Redwall}}; ''Literature/{{Redwall}}''; the corsairs seem to do it ForTheEvulz, spending less time on treasure than on capturing slaves and randomly slaughtering everything in sight. Used in ''Pearls of Lutra'' because Emperor Ublaz is specifically telling them to bring back loot for him.


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* ''Literature/TheCrownerJohnMysteries'': The search for a buried Saxon hoard forms a major subplot in ''Crowner's Quest'' as, by law, all buried treasure belongs to the Crown and one of John's duties as coroner is to secure it.
19th Nov '15 5:03:11 PM MAI742
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But as they say, behind every story is a grain of truth. The idea of pirate gold most likely arose from the "Treasure Fleets" used by Spain to transport large amounts of gold and silver, among other goods, plundered from Mexico and South America. Even today, sunken treasure ships are highly sought after by modern treasure hunters. Additionally, the ''passengers'' on ships typically carried money in the form of gold or silver, in small quantities.

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But as they say, behind every story is a grain of truth. The idea of pirate gold most likely arose from the "Treasure Fleets" used by Spain the kingdom of Castile-Leon to transport large amounts of gold and silver, among other goods, plundered from the silver mined in Mexico and South America.Columbia (90% of it from just one mine in Potosi, Columbia) to Seville. On one notable occasion in the 16th century the fleet was scattered by a cyclone, and several ships were picked off by English privateers. Even today, sunken treasure ships are highly sought after by modern treasure hunters. Additionally, the ''passengers'' on ships typically carried money in the form of gold or silver, in small quantities.
19th Nov '15 5:00:34 PM MAI742
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The reality of piracy was a lot more pragmatic. Food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails were all of more immediate value to the corsair than a chest full of gold (which, if they ever got any, would promptly be ''spent'' on food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails, with what was left going to drinking and whoring before they got caught and hanged). These things kept their ships and crews operating outside the reach of the law. In addition, very few cargo vessels carried that kind of wealth. Those that did were warships sailing in groups with enhanced security to fend off any pirates that might attempt an attack. (Certain, more mundane-looking cargoes, mind, might be more valuable than we would think of today - fabrics, spices, and certain items made only in certain parts of the world.)

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The reality of piracy was a lot more pragmatic. Food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails were all of more immediate value to the corsair than a chest full of gold (which, if they ever got any, would promptly be ''spent'' on food, fresh water, weapons and ammunition, timber, ropes, and sails, with what was left going to drinking and whoring before they got caught and hanged). These things kept their ships and crews operating outside the reach of the law. In addition, very few cargo vessels carried that kind of wealth. Those that did were warships sailing in groups with enhanced security to fend off any pirates that might attempt an attack. (Certain, more mundane-looking cargoes, mind, might be more valuable than we would think of today - alcohol, fabrics, spices, and certain various 'exotic' items made only in certain parts of the world.)
from extremely far afield)
19th Nov '15 9:57:54 AM Mhazard
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See also InexplicableTreasureChests what be buried on a DesertIsland in [[WelcomeToTheCaribbeanMon The Spanish Main]]. [[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do with]] [[FreudWasRight that kind]] of "[[PirateGirl Pirate Booty]]".

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See also InexplicableTreasureChests what be buried on a DesertIsland in [[WelcomeToTheCaribbeanMon The Spanish Main]].

[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do with]] [[FreudWasRight that kind]] of "[[PirateGirl Pirate Booty]]".
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