7th Sea – The Ballad of The Fantoma Reine Episode 22

The crew of the Fantoma Reine has seen a lot in their journeys, and finally they have a moment to rest and recover from the perils of a few months on the high seas.  Declan’s family has been relocated to the empty manor house in Canguin, the Fey have thoroughly dissected Captain Valentin and uncovered a source for his Black Strands: his heart is freezing as a result of his hatred.  Before he can take time to resolve that, however, the crew receives word of an auction in Vendel for a particular Syrneth artifact that seems to be part of a larger one.  With 3 parts of the Map in hand, the crew heads out to try and pick up the last one.

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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One Comment

  1. luffy316
    Posted March 15, 2017 at 8:50 pm | Permalink

    James’ games have convinced me that auctions tend to be outstanding roleplaying situations

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