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Pent the Privateer

Teenaged hockey player Pent

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Teenaged hockey player Pent
Serving in her Majesties Navy Pent is prepared to hunt down elusive pirates in the service of France.
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Published: 1 year, 11 months ago
Rating: General

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1 year, 11 months ago
I had thought of doing a pirate piece once. It would have been a bit different in that it would have been hyenas and baboons, wearing do-rags, armed with A-Ks and oozies off the coast of Somalia...known as "ocean robbers".
1 year, 11 months ago
Pirates are awesome but personally I prefer Privateers since they were legitimized by the leadership of several countries.
1 year, 11 months ago
I've heard of pirates who were sanctioned by Great Britian during the fighting between Britian and Spain during the settling of the Americas.

The pirates I had made reference to are ruthless desperados who set sail out in crudley built home made power boats from a country with a collapsed central government. What few of them who can speak English speak a broken form of it, and sometimes mixed with their native Somali or Arabic.
He tells the captain, "Look at me...Look at me...I the captain now".
1 year, 11 months ago
No kidding? Are you sure they weren't privateers? Privateers were essentially legal pirates who often hunted down looters, smugglers, and other criminals. Essentially they employed the same tactics as pirates but were commissioned by the crowns of multiple countries including Britain, Spain, France, and several other kingdoms.

Yeah that's more modern day pirates. Most people romanticize pirates in the way Disney has done unfortunately.
1 year, 11 months ago
There were pirates who were captians of British navy ships and were commissioned by Great Britian to plunder Spanish merchant ships when the two countries were still fighting over possession of the New World.
In the contract they signed, it was agreed that a portion of the booty went to the British crown to be sold to raise money to build more navy ships and expand the Royal Navy. And what remained was to be divided among the captain and his officers and crew.
1 year, 11 months ago
Oh, that's very interesting. Thanks for the information!
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