Always a fun place to visit, a pirate island... Maps include the island itself, an inn, the pirate captain's house and of course a treasure cave.
Publisher's blurb: "Nobody knows where the pirate island is. Some old seawolves tell that the island is permanently surrounded by a dense fog allowing only ships provided by a special, magical, compass are able to sail to it.
"The island itself is very small and it is home to pirates from centuries. Only one bay is suitable for large ships and it has a very small entrance. Moreover, one who doesn't know the underwater surface may hit dangerous dry ends. Just beside the bay there is the most renowned inn of the seven seas: the Drunken Skull Inn, where a colorful crowd of pirates, buccaneers and any sort of sea scum get together late at night.
"Just above the inn looms the house of the pirate chief. Sea tales tell that only one pirate over all has the right to dwell in that house. Actually somebody tells that a secret bloodline of pirates do exist, as the Shrine of the Old Blood witnesses. The Shrine is a very small shrine on top of a small mound overlooking the Black Bay. Old buccaneers whisper of a secret crypt under the shrine, which hosts all the tombs of the Secret Bloodline.
"The island has many other features such as a Treasure Cave, a smugglers hideout and a small wood on top of the sole hill that dominates the island."
More when I get hold of a copy!
Authors: Mario Barbati and Guido Barbati
Publishers' Reference: BLU37
PDF, 20 pages
Date: July 2007
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Product page last updated: 20 October 2007