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Heracles - Steampunk Pirate Airship . Steampunk Pirate Airship . The pirate Howards Iron-leg suffered when Hermes irretrievably damaged his pirate ship (When Hermes was still in the service of Her Majesty Queen Victoria Armada). Howards visited by Halby (current captain of the hermes) and he proposed to rebuild what remains of his boat (draft and half-destroyed at one beach in an island near of England) and turn it into a flying ship which he could avenge the Royal Armada. Howard agreed and the result was this. The hull was reversed and the result is an airship that confuses its enemies as it seems to be coated. Howard, however, has its own history. His son was forced to serve in the Armada, which led to his death in one of the assaults on India. Howard never forgave the Royal Crown having survived his son, and began his adventures as a privateer.


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