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Pirates Remorse - FINAL . Time to hear: What lies in store for the pirates of this MOC? What is it they are remorseful about? This is build 2/3 for my MOCaversary in April. 1, 2 and 3 will combine to mark the end of my first year on the pages! . Twas a fateful night long long ago, in a time of kings, castles and PIRATES! When the leader of the Pirate rebellion caught a glimpse of a treasure filled cave, the light from the setting sun gleaming off the gold - was all that was needed to capture Captain Rufnecks eye! "A'Ho me hearties i've spotted a bountyfull cave of treasure!" And so the nightmare begins. Sailing hard for the land, a taste of adventure in the air, the pirates sail her Fair Maiden towards her final fate. For no one knew what would hit them, no one knew, no one expected... A wave as tall as a tree and as strong as an avalanche! Many of the crew were thrown off the ship as they lost footing from the increased acceleration. The masts snapped in half but were left hanging by the ropes. When the ship came to rest, it was broken in two, sitting on some rocks out of the sea. Captain Ruffneck survived, but was it worth living? For months had passed and his crew were no more than skeletons strewn around the ill fated Fair Maiden. He had his cave and some belongings he salvaged - but mostly he had remorse. The people and adventure he lived for were gone - all for greed and an old pirates pride. 4th wall commentary: Many of you may notice the re-modelled front end of the ship - the old design ranked 99/100 on the hideometer scale. I've tried to get some good pics of the gold pieces under the water - but it was tough! The overall position of the back end also shifted to the left about 8 studs from WIP 2. Please take the story line with a grain of salt(take it from the sea), I'm not known for great story telling... :D I'd like to make a shout out to you, yes you. For all the support you've given me through the production of this MOC. The feedback has been brilliant and its fair to say many people have had a part in this getting to where it is. A huge well done to Sebeus - seriously dude you should be a forensic investigator or something... Credit for the bamboo trees goes to Eggy. It was his MOC which first got me onto the pages last April - these trees featured on Estuary Stronghold and they have been in the back of my mind since. This is build 2/3 for my 1st year MOCaversary in April. 1,2 and 3 will combine to mark the end of my first year on the pages! Thanks Everyone! ~Thoy

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