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Duel at Sea . . This is my second round entry to The Vignette Contest . The category was "Past and Future Collide: What happens when the past and future collide? Build a MOC that combines the past and the future (example: a flying castle)." I just now realized the size restriction was 16x16, not 12x12 like the first round! Oh well... It was the year 1613, and Captain Brickbeard and his band of pirates still wreaked havoc across the seven seas. One fateful day, however, the Jolly Roger was rammed by a warship of the Imperial Navy. As the Imperials boarded his ship, Captain Brickbeard began dueling a young knight, Sir Arnold McShea (nephew of the legendary Harold McShea). The Captain vowed that no Imperial would take neither his ship nor his treasure. He was right; in less than an hour, the ship sank. As the years went by, the tale of Brickbeard's final voyage still caused many to seek out the sunken treasure, but all were unsuccessful. By the year 2113, two separate expeditions were in full operation to recover the treasure, led by none other than descendants of Captain Brickbeard and Sir Arnold! Both crews arrived at the site the same day, and the fabled duel was about to be re-lived, only this time - underwater. Not quite as elaborate a story as my first round entry , but hopefully you still enjoyed it. Thanks for viewing!

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