7th Sea – The Ballad of The Fantoma Reine Episode 19

After a long fight with Ussuran nobility Captain Valentin le Evariste has discovered the potential solution to the mysterious black strand that threatens his life.  He has, however, also discovered that to actually take and use it would bring about consequences that he could not live with.   A choice awaits him, just as a mysterious Avalonian man awaits Declan in the local tavern.  Fights on all fronts and no rest for the crew of the Fantoma Reine.

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.


  1. I just realised that I hadn’t been dropping comments recently and just wanted to say that this campaign just keeps on surprising me. Kudos to James for top-quality GM-ing.

    1. Aw, thanks! That’s really encouraging to hear! Not to try and beg for compliments, but what did you like about it? I’m always looking for feedback on what works and what doesn’t!

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