Nathaniel Jones
 
Age: 19
Profession: Fishmonger
 
         The son of a fishwife who lives in a state of perpetual discomfort. He's well meaning, but like his mother, 
isn’t particularly good at keeping his mouth shut. He still doesn’t know what he’s doing with his life.

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Sebastian Worthington
 
Age: 18
Profession: Merchant’s son
 
A young man with a long, fancy name and a fondness for books with long, fancy words. He is a 
dreamer and a romantic, but often keeps this hidden behind a cold demenour.

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Sawbones
 
Age: ???
Profession: Pirate/doctor
 
Despite his friendly and enthusiastic nature, nobody really seems to know all that much about the 
ship’s doctor, least of all his real name. He seems to prefer it that way. Sawbones has a particular 
fondness for the ship’s cat, Barty. 

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The Quartermaster 
 
Age: early 30’s
Profession: Pirate
 
The quartermaster is a fair man, but not necessarily a kind one. He runs a tight ship, striving for 
equal treatment for all, but has little concern for outsiders. 

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Blue Finlay
 
Age: 21
Profession: Pirate
 
The worst.

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Baines
 
Age: Undead
Profession: Pirate
 
A criminal who became a pirate after his untimely death and subsequent reanimation. He has been 
around for many years and has learned a thing or two. He doesn’t miss a trick. Above all, he values 
his freedom.
 
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Annie Jones
 
Age: 37
Profession: Fishmonger
 
Hardworking and outspoken, Annie has always done her best to provide for her son, and is now 
pushing for him to live his own life. However despite her efforts, she fails to see that decisions made 
on his behalf may not be helping all that much.