The Crossroads of the Aether
Colonel Nigel Pennington has not received any gifts yet
Sir Henry found Colonel Pennington at the train station near the baggage car, barking out orders to the men loading the luggage as he tended to do. They seemed to be ignoring him although the Colonel seemed pleased with the results none-the-less.
“Nigel, I see you arrived early enough to over-see the loading” Henry stated with a hint of sarcasm.
Nigel turned to him in a stately fashion and gestured toward the car. “Yes, can’t be too careless with these barbarians. Some of the…Continue
Colonel Nigel Pennington was sitting in the parlor of his four-story Victorian mansion outside London's West end studying maps that cover a broad range of China in the near East. The ox blood leather queen Ann style chair had shown years of studying wear from the many adventures that Col. Pennington had planned from it whilst sitting at the large rounds mahogany table that sat near the fireplace surrounded by bookshelves containing books of every known location and some unknown locations…Continue
It was late in the evening around 8 PM on the Tuesday before Christmas as Sir Henry and myself found our way into Bristol by train. We had been out on the Moors near Dartmoor searching in vain for a lost pirate treasure that was roumoured to have been nicked away from the colonies, when we were set upon by a terrible thirst. Having found no treasure, we decided to turn home for now and replan out next visit. We walked steadfastly towards a tavern located on Portwall Lane. The conductor had…Continue
~Historically Documented by Col. Nigel Pennington~
The Story of Blackbeard is a wretched tale of an English sailor named Edward Teach, who turned pirate at the dawn of the 18th century. Little is known about this towering drivelswigger, but that he was from Bristol, England and went to sea at a young age. Sometime after the start of Queen Anne’s War in…Continue