2005/08/07: A Devil, a Black-Sheep, and Totally Oblivious

If you had images turned on, you would be laughing right now.
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as explanations go that was surprisingly effective

Lizzel, 2011-10-19 15:27:15 UTC

He's killed men for worse? I don't think our pirate quite understands menacing.

Twitchy, 2011-12-09 01:46:49 UTC

@Twitchy That might be the point.

Unanonymous, 2012-01-22 00:40:29 UTC

"Never mind me thinks i know now" Lol

Walter, 2012-01-29 20:25:51 UTC

How does one keel-haul someone on an airship?

Isikyus, 2013-10-11 11:19:55 UTC

was worse meant to be "less"? to keelhaul you tie rope to the back end of the boat, the other end to the captive, march the captive to the front throw him off and run him over. barnacles and splinters and such cut him up good combined with drowning and being dragged. so to adapt it to an airship you instead of lengthwise tie the rope crosswise around the middle of the ship like a belt or saddle girdle tight enough it drags on the hull(hold them on because they fall down not float up), tie your captive wrists and ankle along the rope(face out so they get a good eyeful of sky I'd imagine, lets them contemplate the likely frayed rope being used and worsened) throw them over and haul on it to spin them around along the hull/ maybe with one of those "dry drowning" wet burlap things tied around their nose and mouth so they can't breath. ....or so I'd imagine. best I could come up with off the top of my head

Brobama, 2014-02-13 18:51:26 UTC

err...not actual drowning, the experience of drowning. I mean people still died sometimes, like any worthwhile punishment invented by the dutch, but the intention was random scarring.

Brobama, 2014-02-13 19:03:36 UTC

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