So last night while slooping an Athena quest with a buddy we experienced a particularly odd player. I’ll try to keep this short since I’m posting this via mobile.
My mate Megafoot and I had just completed the merch quest of what would become an incredibly long Athena voyage. We had to deliver the animals to Plunder Outpost and when docking I noticed something odd and a bit creepy. Someone had placed animal crates of all sorts like a trail of breadcrumbs leading to the tavern. I begun to investigate when I noticed movement in the near by brush. It was a poorly devised ambush, however the scraggly castaway did manage to snipe our gunpowder off the crows nest before I cut him down. At this point nothing too out of the ordinary.
We continue on our voyage got chased, fought meg, had our chickens killed by cannons, and every other misfortune except getting sunk (thank god). Now here is where it gets creepy. Now maybe hours later we are headed back to Plunder. We have a nice bit of treasure including a chest of sorrow and two chest of 1000 grogs. When arriving at the dock I noticed the animal crates again. This time the crates had been spread all over Plunder Outpost. Tons and tons of crates. Crates placed on the fire and some on rooftops. It felt very eerie. That’s when I noticed movement near the Merchant. When I investigated it was the same scraggly pirate now trying to hid by sleeping near the merchant. He leeps up and attempts very poorly to shoot and attack me. I kill him very easily. What an odd sad man this player was to sit for hours, HOURS! Only to fail so miserably.
I wanted to share this story because I thought it was funny and to show the dedication some players have for ill gotten schemes. It definitely added to my SOT experiences. I wish you the best you scraggly weirdo.
TLRD: Strange pirate camps Plunder Outpost for hours only to fail. Very odd behavior. Covered the Outpost with crates.
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