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Title: Never No More
Fandom: Assassin's Creed: Black Flag
Rating: PG
Spoilers: Postgame, canonical character death.
Warnings: None
Summary: Years after the events of Assassin's Creed: Black Flag, Anne Bonny receives a letter and recalls an old life. 
But what is become of her since we cannot tell... )
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Still playing AC4: Black Flag, writing pirate smut and enjoying myself immensely. Two links: Kate Beaton's 'Nemesis' pirate captain comics here and here and a link to a debate on ac characters and their motivations on reddit here
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Title: The Little Fishes and the Sharks (2/2)
Fandom: Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
Warnings: Violence, swearing, and detailed descriptions of eighteenth century surgery.
Summary: Adewale is injured. Edward Kenway's solution? Steal a surgeon, of course! Final chapter, and author's notes.

As you can see, we are no pirates... )
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Being ye First impressions of 'Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag', a Game of Pyrates, Robbers, and Villains.

Ahoy, ye Mateys? Here be Spoilers! )
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Things That Need To Happen: AC4/Captain Pugwash crossover.

Note for Americans and non-Brits: Captain Pugwash was a delightfully cracky UK eighties' kids TV programme about pirates in the eighties. There's a persistent urban legend about crew members named Master Bates, Seaman Stains, and Roger the cabin boy that didn't actually exist, but which any twenty-or thirty-something will remember. Captain Pugwash is on Wikipedia!  A Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists crossover would also be appreciated. Hopefully there will be a crossover meme somewhere once the game comes out.

Also, AC4/POTC fic, 'A Thing About That Thing' by manic_intent on AO3. Another thing there needs to be more of.
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..and now I am excited for the new AC game. IT LOOKS LIKE A PLAYABLE PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN.Watch Blackbeard have a total mancrush on Edward Kenway here
I hope there is a mention of scurvy somewhere. I'll be disappointed if they don't have one seeing as the first proof of citrus fruit as a cure for scurvy was in 1753 and the game is set 'in the early eighteenth century'.


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