[Northkeep] An Invasion Averted
ld.blackmoon at cox.net
Wed Dec 7 15:02:20 PST 2011
actually has anyone taken an accouting of the dept of the navy in recent
it would be interesting to see how many ships, and where they are berthed ,
as well as who is in charge of maintaining them.
the crowns may be due extra taxes if those ships are being used to " rescue
" treasures or nobles from other lands,
or perhaps, the crowns could be persuaded to send funds to help maintain
some ships if they are successfully fending off atacks from other lands, (
especialy those sneaky trimarins )
how would one go about discovering how many ships belong to the ansteorran
navy ??, and how many to her lands with ports ?? , and how many private
vessels as well ( with " official " letters from the crowns, no pirate
vessels ; )
Be Safe , Be Happy, Have Fun .
----- Original Message -----
From: "a a" <princeisabitteroldman at yahoo.com>
To: "The Barony of Northkeep" <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2011 3:16 PM
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] An Invasion Averted
> LOLOLOL Say,how many ships do we have NOW in the Ansteorran Navy?
> From: Jennifer Carlson <talana1 at hotmail.com>
> To: northkeep lists.ansteorra.org <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
> Sent: Monday, December 5, 2011 10:08 PM
> Subject: [Northkeep] An Invasion Averted
> Yesterday Diarmaid and I, having heard that there were foreign vessels in
> port in Muskogee, went to see for ourselves. We did indeed find two fine
> Caravels, well-fitted and manned, but also certain signs that aroused our
> suspicion. The craft both claimed to belong to Spain, and indeed were
> flying the quartered arms of Aragon and Castile and the sigils of
> Ferdinand and Isabella, the sovereigns of those kingdoms.
> But their sterns bore inscriptions that hinted at the Kingdom of the East,
> and the crew spoke not with the musical rhythms of the Iberian Peninsula,
> but drawls of the Gulf Coast. It soon became clear that what we were
> looking at was a cleverly disguised Trimarian invasion fleet. Fortunately,
> the harbor master was open to a bribe, and within minutes we were aboard
> and raised Northkeep’s standard without bloodshed.
> Therefore, we present to Their Excellencies Facon and Keigan the vessels
> Santa Clara, called “Nina,” of sixty-five feet in length and an
> eighteen-foot beam and eighty tons displacement; and the Pinta,
> eighty-five feet in length, twenty-four foot abeam, and displacement of
> one hundred and one tons.
> We’ll discuss our prize money at a later date.
> In servicio,
> Damn, this privateering thing is easier than I thought.
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