Skulls & Shackles

Loots

Rickety Squibbs
Started with ?
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Spent:
Broad Rudder (500 gp) – +1 Sailing Checks
Rapid Deploy Sails (1000 gp) – +1 Sailing Checks
Smuggling Compartment (500 gp) – 5 Cubic Feet
Ram (1000 gp) – +2D8 & Ignores damage for first square
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+2 Plunder returned for good deeds
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Final: ?
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First Fight
Started with: ?
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Earned:
2 Points of plunder in manufactured goods
5 plunder in ship value
1500 GP from Slaves
2402 GP in Goods


Final
19 Plunder
3900 GP

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LOOT

3 Suit of leather armor 30 GP
3 heavy maces 36 GP
2 Masterwork dagger 306 GP
2 handaxes 12 GP
11 knives 22 GP
Short sword 10 GP
Vial of Holy Water 25 GP
Lock (good) 80 GP
2 lbs soap 4 CP
Masterwork Manacles 50 GP
potion of blur 300 GP
Black adder venom (on punching dagger) 120 GP
punching dagger 2 GP
masterwork handaxe carved with notches for kills 306 GP
shortbow with 12 arrows in leather quiver with a buttoned shutter to protect them from the Elements 30 GP
Whip 1 GP
6 spear 12 GP
boatswain’s call
corked dark green bottle containing 8 doses of oil of taggit 720 GP
six gold teeth:5 gp ea. 30 GP
hefty waxed coat with many hidden pockets (No real Value) Jessi?
leather snuff box with a diamond stud worth 100 gp 100 GP
containing 1 dose of dark reaver powder 800 GP
silver wedding ring: 25 gp 25 GP
5 potion of cure moderate wounds 1500 GP
Potion of invisibility 300 GP Matt
Amulet of Natural Armor +1 2000 GP Matt
+1 Short Sword 2010 GP
Leather hip flask depicting crocodile: 25gp 25 GP
2 dagger 4 GP
Chest (no value)
6 Alchemist’s fire 120 GP
2 Barrel of cheap perfume: 25gp ea. 50 GP
a wedding dress inlaid with pearls and set with three tiny rubies: 400 gp 400 GP
A whalebone corset set with mother-of-pearl inlays: 20gp 20 GP
a dozen silver hatpins set with tiny obsidians: 5 gp ea. 60 GP
2 Potion of waterbreathing 1500 GP
Gold buckle: 25gp 25 GP
Scabbard inlaid with pearls: 75gp 75 GP
3 small obsidians: 10gp ea. 30 GP
Spyglass: 750 gp 750 GP
2 silver shoe buckle: 5gp ea. 10 GP
Gold wedding ring: 50gp 50 GP
Silver hatpin: 5gp 5 GP
Silver ring of swimming 2500 GP
5lbs pepper: 10gp 10 GP
Silver tankard: 30gp 30 GP
Silver locket depicting hot, now ghoulish, chick in her prime: 45gp (PRICELESS)
three bottles of fine Chelish perfume: 15 gp ea. 45 GP
a pair of chopsticks made from manticore spikes: 15 gp 15 GP
three wax-sealed clay ewers containing the ashes of the Infernus’s last three captains, their carved names now worn away by the waves: sentimental value?
Besmara’s Tricorn: 1300 gp 1300 GP
2 bracer less archery (set): 5000 GP
Scrimshaw hammerhead skull: 250gp 250 GP
Wand of mirror images: 4500 GP
Ivory walrus tusk set with gold with scrimshaw map of Shackles: 400gp 400 GP
Orca jaw harp set with pearls: 500gp 500 GP
Fancy shark jaw w/silver and gold rings: 250gp 250 GP
6 pearls: 75 gp ea. 450 GP
Whale skull with 6 magical carvings: No Price
8 four pound silver ingots: 20gp ea. 160 GP
4 +1 Heavy Crossbow bolts 160 GP
Silver spearhead
potion of cure moderate wounds 300 GP
3 screaming bolts 801 GP
tidewater cutlass (
+1 cutlass): 1855 1855 GP
masterwork cat-o’-nine-tails 301 GP
light crossbow with 10 bolts, 36 GP
amulet of natural armor +1 2000 GP
bracers of armor +1 1000 GP
shackles of compliance: 1470 gp 1470 GP
leather drinking cup (No value)
Hospitality’s Hammock: 2500 2500 GP

TOTAL MARKET VALUE IN GOLD: 14 pp 39,975gp 420sp 4cp

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Ship's Log
Days 11-14

Capitalizing on the good will we garnered from the rescue of the rigger and the feast of claws, the small group of less-wretched individuals I have fallen in with have been reducing the animosity levied at us by the other crewmates. With a few theatrics added to stories and some impressive working displays we now have a fairly clear majority of the crew who might not be willing to try and waylay us on the way to morning mess.

Unfortunately that seems to have been noticed by the officers who mixed up our routine the past two days and are now dragging Woe across the deck. I see stormy seas ahead.

[300 xp]

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Pressganged
First Days On Board

Woken from an uncomfortable slumber in the bilge, the newly pressganged crew mates were made to scamper up the rigging in a race for the top. The Tiefling Woe won and was made one of the ships riggers, the pair of Undine and the ratman became swabs and the Vishkanya was put in the kitchen with the chef.

On the first day Zenith managed to wipe herself out pumping the bilges, Maarin was able to catch and clear rats from the ship, Woe performed masterfully in the crows nest and Gnash disappointed everyone with his poor fishing skills. The evening was a set of having fun at Gnash’s expense after the woeful quantity of fish he was able to provide for the ship that evening, but nothing beyond a fair bit of fun. Gnash placed money on Woe’s armwrestling and made a few gold then shared some tales with the older pirates gathered exchanging stories as well.

Day two saw both Undine pumping the bilges where Zenith exhausted herself again. Gnash helped clean the kitchen and got to meet the Quartermaster a little. Woe again showed he knew his way around the ropes. Evening came and the deck’s show consisted of a keelhauling. A man the Undine had met tied in the bilges earlier that day. Before normal evenings events could begin Gnash, in an attempt to let Woe keep his oaths went to pour out his Rum Ration and instead slipped and poured it all over Mister Plugg’s boots. Taking personal offence to this he decided to lash the snake-man. Woe attempted to stand up for him, offering to armwrestle him over the event. Plugg made them both take their rations then lashed the snake-man anyway and had his arm wrestling match with Mister Plugg. The Tiefling ultimately won much to the chagrin of the first mate.

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Good Morning!

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Having been press-ganged from the streets around Port Peril’s notorious tavern, the Formidably Maid, the group awakens groggily inside a darkened room. The night before is a blur of ringing laughter, strong drink, and rich food, though now a tinge of regret and weariness grips them, before they can do much more than sit up and look around they hear several heavy pairs of boots approach and are momentarily blinded by the harsh light of a lantern…

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