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21st Dec '13 2:54:52 PM LongLiveHumour
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* TheSpanishInquisition: Expect them. Especially if you are a mage.

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* TheSpanishInquisition: UsefulNotes/TheSpanishInquisition: Expect them. Especially if you are a mage.
1st Oct '13 12:35:40 PM EricaB
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* WretchedHive: Brigandy Bay [[spoiler: until/unless it is sacked by the East India Company.]]

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* WretchedHive: Lots of places, but notably Shark Bay, Swindon, Deiking, Kiera, and Brigandy Bay [[spoiler: until/unless it is sacked by the East India Company.]]
1st Oct '13 12:32:28 PM EricaB
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* ApocalypseHow: Raising the sea level by fifty fathoms (300 ft), destroying the two largest states in existence and wiping out a large proportion of the world's population fits pretty squarely into class 1.

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* ApocalypseHow: Raising the sea level by fifty fathoms (300 ft), destroying the two largest states in existence and wiping out a large proportion of the world's population fits pretty squarely into class 1.Planetary/Class 1. If the heroes don't manage to save the day, things might slip to Class 2 or even Class 3.
4th Apr '13 2:04:39 AM LordGro
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* {{Pirates}} - Quite a few: good, bad, and indifferent.
* {{Prehistoria}} - The [[StealthPun savage]] island of Torath-Ka.
* TheRemnant - Kraken civilization has been pounded to rubble, but Grand Admiral Caspian has never stopped trying to find a way to fight the Sea Hags.
* SeaMonster - Naturally, in a nautical fantasy setting.
* ShoutOut - In the foreword, the author mentions the PiratesOfTheCaribbean films and ThePiratesOfDarkwater as his primary inspirations. One of the adventures is a ShoutOut to TheShadowOverInnsmouth (via the film {{Dagon}}), and another references the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oak_Island Oak Island Money Pit]].
* ShroudedInMyth - No one knows the full story of how the Sea Hags arose; which is a major obstacle for players trying to figure out how to kill them.

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* {{Pirates}} - {{Pirates}}: Quite a few: good, bad, and indifferent.
* {{Prehistoria}} - {{Prehistoria}}: The [[StealthPun savage]] island of Torath-Ka.
* TheRemnant - TheRemnant: Kraken civilization has been pounded to rubble, but Grand Admiral Caspian has never stopped trying to find a way to fight the Sea Hags.
* SeaMonster - SeaMonster: Naturally, in a nautical fantasy setting.
* ShoutOut - ShoutOut: In the foreword, the author mentions the PiratesOfTheCaribbean films and ThePiratesOfDarkwater as his primary inspirations. One of the adventures is a ShoutOut to TheShadowOverInnsmouth (via "Literature/TheShadowOverInnsmouth" via the film {{Dagon}}), ''Film/{{Dagon}}'', and another references the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oak_Island Oak Island Money Pit]].
* ShroudedInMyth - ShroudedInMyth: No one knows the full story of how the Sea Hags arose; which is a major obstacle for players trying to figure out how to kill them.



* TheSpanishInquisition - Expect them. Especially if you are a mage.
* ToBeLawfulOrGood - In particular, the plot point "Debauchery" forces the characters to obey the law and let a rapist go free or do the right thing by killing him and accept the consequences (a hefty price on their heads).
* WingedHumanoid - A race called the Atani.
* WoodenShipsAndIronMen - Definitely the aesthetic the designers were aiming for.
* WretchedHive - Brigandy Bay [[spoiler: until/unless it is sacked by the East India Company.]]

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* TheSpanishInquisition - TheSpanishInquisition: Expect them. Especially if you are a mage.
* ToBeLawfulOrGood - ToBeLawfulOrGood: In particular, the plot point "Debauchery" forces the characters to obey the law and let a rapist go free or do the right thing by killing him and accept the consequences (a hefty price on their heads).
* WingedHumanoid - WingedHumanoid: A race called the Atani.
* WoodenShipsAndIronMen - WoodenShipsAndIronMen: Definitely the aesthetic the designers were aiming for.
* WretchedHive - WretchedHive: Brigandy Bay [[spoiler: until/unless it is sacked by the East India Company.]]
26th Oct '12 11:15:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ArtisticLicenseShips - Forgivable, in that this is a fantasy role-playing game and not a historical treatment by any stretch.



* HollywoodSailing - Forgivable, in that this is a fantasy role-playing game and not a historical treatment by any stretch.
28th Jun '12 1:59:01 PM EricaB
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* CompleteMonster - The Sea Hags. The Emperor of Kiera counts, too.
28th Jun '12 7:27:28 AM EricaB
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* LovecraftCountry - The quiet little fishing village of Dunich...



* ShoutOut - In the foreword, the author mentions the PiratesOfTheCaribbean films and ThePiratesOfDarkwater as his primary inspirations.

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* ShoutOut - In the foreword, the author mentions the PiratesOfTheCaribbean films and ThePiratesOfDarkwater as his primary inspirations. One of the adventures is a ShoutOut to TheShadowOverInnsmouth (via the film {{Dagon}}), and another references the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oak_Island Oak Island Money Pit]].
28th Jun '12 7:20:38 AM EricaB
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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever - The Ugaks can summon their '[[{{Kaiju}} gods]]' to defend their island if need be. These 'gods' include a giant ape, a [[{{Megalodon}} giant shark]], and a GiantSpider.* BlackAndGrayMorality - Not only can players choose to be honest sailors or pirates and still be heroes, but some of the plot points require the crew to make decisions where there is no clear cut "right answer".

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever - The Ugaks can summon their '[[{{Kaiju}} gods]]' to defend their island if need be. These 'gods' include a giant ape, a [[{{Megalodon}} giant shark]], and a GiantSpider.GiantSpider.
* BlackAndGrayMorality - Not only can players choose to be honest sailors or pirates and still be heroes, but some of the plot points require the crew to make decisions where there is no clear cut "right answer".
28th Jun '12 7:20:11 AM EricaB
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* BlackAndGrayMorality - Not only can players choose to be honest sailors or pirates and still be heroes, but some of the plot points require the crew to make decisions where there is no clear cut "right answer".

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever - The Ugaks can summon their '[[{{Kaiju}} gods]]' to defend their island if need be. These 'gods' include a giant ape, a [[{{Megalodon}} giant shark]], and a GiantSpider.* BlackAndGrayMorality - Not only can players choose to be honest sailors or pirates and still be heroes, but some of the plot points require the crew to make decisions where there is no clear cut "right answer".



* {{Kaiju}} - The Ugaks can summon their 'gods' to [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever defend their island]] if need be. These 'gods' include a giant ape, a [[{{Megalodon}} giant shark]], and a GiantSpider.
27th Jun '12 8:09:45 PM EricaB
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* Cthulhumanoid - The Kraken, a playable race that resemble the Great Old One. Also, the villainous Octopons, which more closely resemble cephalopods than humanoids.

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* Cthulhumanoid {{Cthulhumanoid}} - The Kraken, a playable race that resemble the Great Old One. Also, the villainous Octopons, which more closely resemble cephalopods than humanoids.
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