Adventures in the Pirate Continent: Episode 16 The Whale, or Moby Dick!

“It's nearly one o'clock. I suggest we head on home. It's gonna be near here soon," said Eliza.

“Oh, you're staying. Yeah, let's do that,” said Jay.

They all got up and started heading out the door. Dylan, as usual, wasn't exactly sure what was going on, but after that call, also she was pretty drunk, all this was a new for her.

"Where are we going," said Dylan.

“I've been staying at Professor Dante's place and it should be near here soon.”

Okay, those words together didn't make a lot of sense, but Dylan was pretty sure they'd make a bunch more sense when The big and weird thing would happen. What do you know, a few seconds later, something big and weird happened. You see, Professor Dante, and now Eliza and Jay and also Dylan, didn't live in what you would call a traditional apartment building. It was an old converted sub that rose out of the water. It was called The Whale, or Moby Dick. Neat. They walked into it and it had all the glitz and glamour of Reno itself baked into it. Jay didn't really notice that because he was deep in thought about the boat and the money needed for the boat.

"So, how are we going to get the money?" said Eliza.

"I don't know," said Jay.

This was a real pickle for Jay, because of course the next words, out of Eliza’s mouth were, "We could just rob a place."

Now, Jay was not a fan of that concept. He was going to get the money honestly. The ship needed upgrades. He was not sure exactly how to get enough money for that. Dylan, of course, was not sure how to get anything. She was distracted by something in the distance. This was a problem because Set on Fire and Then Poisoned Island you do not get to with a broken boat. Will it be solved by the thing Dylan is distracted by?

 

 

 

 

Yep.

 

Adventures in the Pirate Continent: Episode 17 - Blackjack!

Tomorrow Girl in Bismarck Chapter Four. Where I drop the naming convention and everything goes right for Joss (in a way). aka Raised on Radio

Tomorrow Girl in Bismarck Chapter Four. Where I drop the naming convention and everything goes right for Joss (in a way). aka Raised on Radio

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