Captain Nabopolassar "Bo" Travis -
"I be captain of the Requiem, damn ye' eyes. Never call me by me full name or ye'll find a flint and a blade under ye' chin fast. Leave me rum alone. It ain't me fault ye lass will leave ye for me. And keep the wind at ye back, devils be all about. They walk on land, Hell sure they swim the seas. I may not get to Heaven so the Requiem will do."
Ghassan, First Mate of the Requiem
"Many a fool has thought him too long in years to be dangerous and found out wrong the hard way - at the business end of the Arab's sword. He's saved me' life more than I can count and I dread setting sail without his wisdom, his mentoring and his friendship. The old desert rat needs to retire and be an old man but in as much as he is the soul of this crew, he is as stubborn. And beloved."
Requiem quartermaster Winter Burke - "Sass and fire sit behind those emerald eyes. The lovely Ms. Burke is as fierce a sailor as I've ever seen. Burke is skilled with a blade and can outfight, out-curse and drink under the table any man twice her size.
Burke would hand deliver me to Davy Jones himself if she read this but in as much as the crew fears her wrath, they look to her mothering and nurture. Aye, she'd wedge me in a gibbet herself for that one..."
Glover, Requiem navigator - "Young, gruff and full of more piss and vinegar than any other pirate I've met as of late. Except for myself. The son of a Caribbean sailor, Glover has his father's brains but none of the old man's patience and wisdom. Glover is brash and has a lot to learn. His skill at navigating is uncanny. He's never seen a map he couldn't read and he could steer the ship out of fog with his eyes closed. He sails with me as a life debt I owe his pa. Daddy Glover thinks one of us may teach the other something..."
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