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  1. Hi everybody! This is Ulrich von Koehlers ship, The Pelican. The Pelican is a class 2 Trade ship, it's a cog. More story will come later! Heres some pictures: SAM_1335.JPG by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr SAM_1330.JPG by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr SAM_1315.JPG by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr SAM_1312.JPG by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr Enjoy! Constructive criticism is welcome :)
  2. Hello everybody! This is my intro for my sigfig Ulrich von Koehler and his dog Bernd. Ulrich von Koehler was sitting in his dinner room planing the next step in aiding his country, Eslandola, to grow in power and prosperity. The next step was to settle on one of the two colonies that MCTC already had taken. This was not an easy task, so the decision had to be carefully chosen. Bernd, Ulrich's dog, was standing on the floor and was eager to start biting pieces of his recently received bone. This was an example of when Bernd don't wanted to be disturbed! There was some weapons hanging on the wall, because Ulrich thought it was best to be ready to defend yourself and anyone close in most situations. That was a good thing with Bernd, he was a superior watchdog, so Ulrich could relax and do his tasks untill Bernd started to bark! His parents had passed away awhile ago and it was a reason, apart from being eslandolan, why Ulrich had so much golden property in his house. Apart from his heritage Ulrich wasn't so rich, but his plan was to increase his wealth and prosperity in large numbers like a true eslandolan! He already had some crew and soon he would recieve his new merchant vessel! House of Ulrich von Koehler by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr On the wall you could find a painting of a ship. This wasn't just a ship, not a boat dissapering in the multitude of ships, no this was "The Golden Turtle"! From a time pretty long ago this vessel was one of the trading flagships of Eslandola and it was a property of Ulrich's grandfather's father, Walther von Koehler. Ulrich had been told a lot of stories about this ship and Walther. There were stories about Walther facing pirates on the sea, about shippings of enormous quantity and profit and stories about surviving storms so intense that an ordinary ship would be devoured in a blink of an eye. Walther is kind of a hero to Ulrich and in many ways he want to be more like Walther! House of Ulrich von Koehler by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr Ulrich von Koehler is glad for the privilege to be an eslandolan and he really wants to aid his country in a lot of ways! Extra pictures: House of Ulrich von Koehler by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr House of Ulrich von Koehler by Tobias Andersson, on Flickr I would be glad for your comments and constructive criticism :) I hope you enjoyed this intro!