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  • Equias

    The scurillian is Equias (ee-kwai-us), formerly a super for the Spanish Guild, but now a simple passenger aboard the wrecked frigate. Equias is a typical scurillian—a curmudgeon. He rarely gives praise or thanks, and then only grudgingly. When he does …

  • Francis L’Ollonaise

    Jean-David Nau (c. 1635 – c. 1668), better known as François l'Olonnais , was a French pirate, active in the Caribbean during the 1660s. In his 1684 account The History of the Buccaneers of America, Alexander Exquemelin notes l'Olonnais's place of birth …

  • Blackbeard

    "(full wikipedia entry here)":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackbeard !(media-item-align-right){height:150px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/163100/blackbeards_flag-479x314.png(Blackbeards flag 479x314)! Edward Teach (c. 1680 – 22 November 1718 …

  • The Great Hok

    The Great Hok, as he is known in Brigandy Bay, is a renown importer/exporter. He clearly has spent time [[Deiking]] and has adopted a number of oriental trappings (for example, he makes himself up to be an oriental demon of some sort). * He has his …

  • Stront

    The sole survivor of the Outward Bound incident (see Greyhawk Adventures, page 107). Bella, Tethus, and Torok). Left on a coral atoll off the West End of Brigandy Bay island by [[:jericho-thunder | Jericho Thunder]]

  • Pecos Sam

    "Any one of you lily livered, bow legged varmints care to slap leather with me? In case any of ya get any idears, ya better know yer dealin' with. I'm the hootiness, tootiness, shootiness, pirate in this here Caribus!" Captain of the 4 gun Sloop named …

  • James Low

    The Roadhouse came across James not long after him crossing over from Earth. “I never thought I’d see another ship,” he says weakly, shaking you by the hand. “My name is James Low, an Englishmen by birth and former mate on the merchantman Trinidad. …

  • Bruno Baltimus

    Baltimus is the most advanced city in the Free Towns with the only port deep enough to accommodate a Man of War right at the pier. It is home to the British East India Company and its two most colorful members, Bruno Baltimus and Edward Lazenby. These two …

  • Stumpy Pete

    Pete lost his first leg to grapeshot and the second when he was shipwrecked off Azy Cay. He is content with his life on the Cay—he has a steady job, his own shack, and his booty goes further than it would in a big city. All he wants now is the rest of …

  • Tomas de Orinjo

    From the book, this best describes his this Spaniard: Orinjo is happy to see his mates and break free. The moment his hands are unbound, he strolls into the courtyard and begins blasting any remaining guards with bolts of fire. His temper is legendary, …

  • Bori Balfor

    Bori Balfor was interested in plants long before he served King Amemnus as Royal Botanist. Bori was away from the palace when the rains started and ended up seeking sanctuary in Baltimus. As the waters continue to rise Bori has become increasingly …

  • Captain Crabs

    Captain Crabs – yes a Scurrilian. Of any of the captains, Crab is the most calculating and numbers driven. He was recently forced to join the fleet, but already he rivals Captain Shih for L’Ollonaise’s ear due to his calculating advice. When not part of …