7th Sea – The Ballad of The Fantoma Reine Episode 10

The crew of the Fantoma Reine are back on the high seas! Sailing into the teeth of storms both real and diplomatic, the swashbucklers are in for the ride of their lives.

Side Chatter
Music Credits:
“Achilles” – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License


  • Charlie – Nadire Fadila Demir. Overconfident sword dancer from the Crescent Empire. Joined up with the ship’s crew in hopes of taking revenge on the pirate faction that kidnapped her family.
  • Susan – Francesca DiRagna. Righteous and pure Vodaccean nobility and Quartermistress. Seeks to avail herself of a terrible curse which was placed on her by another Fate Witch.
  • Kevin – Valentin le Evariste. Hedonistic Montaigne nobleman and ship’s captain seeking fame and fortune on the high seas. Fancies himself a proud and dramatic hero. Wields an ancient puzzle blade and channels blood magic of Porte.
  • Axe – Declan MacKeiran. Hot-headed Innis fist-fighter, Boatswain, and all-time surly rough-and-tumble street smart crewmember. Went out to sea to avoid a Geas placed on him and has since learned to roll with the punches.
  • Matt – Anne Holmvik. Merchant, inventor, surgeon, and gunfighter, jack of many trades and master of none. A proud Vendel who has not forgotten the Vesten roots her country was founded on, she seeks to preserve the Living Runes without the necessary barbarism that keeps them alive.
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  1. Posted January 12, 2017 at 10:35 pm | Permalink

    You know, listening to this game, I mentally stopped and mused “Remember when we were just simple pirates living on the high sea adventuring? Drink up me hearties, yo-ho?” (As the crew struggles to stop political turmoil and a brewing civil war.)

    I say this ABSOLUTELY LOVING what has transpired since I started giving this a second go. I also love how this game has gone from PotC meets Fable, straight to PotC meets Skyrim (I think someone even mentioned Skyrim in this session or last) though not surprising given how flamboyantly analogues the nations are to real world locals. Really starting to fall for that feel of this setting (Not quite real Earth, but an exaggerated satire of it. And with names that dont fully remove themselves from what their based on.)

    I really think my first impressions of this campaign was merely just not being in the mood, but now that I am, I’m really enjoying it. I’m looking forward to the next nation the crew ventures to and am probably going to read up more on Theah and 7th Sea.

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