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[Esl - Ch II B] Sending Oleon soldiers back to the mother country

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Sending Oleon soldiers back to the mother country !

When first Oleanders landed on Berelli, the Ténotclaxcans welcomed them friendly.

But when the leader of the clerics tryed to change the faith of the natives, the high priestess Zumo de Kapayas declared Oleon men dangerous for the Ténotclaxcans.

So the king had to lead a war against those invaders.

During the fights the main act lead by the king himself was the boarding of the oleon cutter "La vaillante" !

In this action the natives showed the oleon soldiers how determined they were, and the clerics ordered a strategic retreat after that act of war.

It is during the departure of the Oleon fleet of Berelli that the former king of the Ténotclaxcans was killed by an aft cannon shot fired in order to protect the retreat of Oleon ships.

The boarding of "La vaillante" :

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Battle on the deck of the Oleon cutter :

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The Oleon ship and its crew :

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The Ténotclaxcans :

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Hmmm, must i comment on this build... ? Despicable Eslandolans spreading lies again!!!

At least you built us a decent ship! pir_laugh2.gif

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Excellent job with that ship Faladrin, even if it does belong to those rascally bluecoats! pirate_tong.gifpir_laugh2.gif The jibsail and curvature at the front of the ship are superb, and great job posing the Tenotclaxcans' war canoes around it! pirate_classic.gif

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Wow, great entry, Faladrin!

Splendid boat design, and the natives' catamaran looks top pirate_wubnew.gif

The story, however... well, smells like propaganda. At the very most it may have been some sort of miscommunication. Oleander priests, especially the Followers of Zeus, are peace loving people, only meaning to teach those poor natives the amenities of civilization.

Keep it up!

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The story, however... well, smells like propaganda. At the very most it may have been some sort of miscommunication. Oleander priests, especially the Followers of Zeus, are peace loving people, only meaning to teach those poor natives the amenities of civilization.

Hmmmmm, I'm not so sure, sounds entirely believable to this Corlander!! pir_laugh2.gif

The action in this scene is great, you really get the feel for the running battle between the Islanders and Oleanders (with the sharks waiting for the left overs!) Great entry, well done!

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It's always fun to read a little fiction once and a while, and while I can't condone the tone of the story, the build is quite nice. Your cutter is very nice, a good solid build with a nice yellow stripe to help break up the black. The brick built cannons look good as well.

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Nice action going on! I really like that little sloop - her hull has a nice shape, and the guns are great.pirate_blush.gif

I, for one, though, do not condone of this constant bashing of Oleon. While we have had our disagreements in the past, Oleon in no way deserves its name for mistreateing indegenous people.pirate_wink.gif

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This is a great entry. The action shots are really nice and the little sloop looks good. But I would've thought the sloop could both outrun and outgun the natives - particularly those in the little canoe. Ah, but all the better to bash Oleon, eh? Good work. :classic:

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That must entirely be due to a misunderstanding! :wink:

Great entry!

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