T R E A S U R E I S L A N D
This is a story inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's brilliant book of the same name. John Storm is called in to help find some treasure that was never recovered from the Caribbean, after a map is found that may lead to a huge stash that was hidden during the golden age of piracy. As always, the Elizabeth Swann's incredible AI and instruments, play an important part in helping the tough ocean adventurer solve this riddle. Just as with the original, third parties who play rough, are out to purloin the hoard for themselves, no matter what stands in their way.
The Foundation cannot wait to begin on this story. It's also ideal for networked TV serialization.
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Admiral Benbow, The - A tavern where Jim Hawkins lived
Anne - Queen 1665 - 1714
Apple Barrels - Carried on sailing ships to prevent the crew from getting scurvy
Artificial Intelligence, AI
Ben Gunn - A marooned pirate who likes cheese
Blackbeard - Edward Teach and the Queen Anne's Revenge
Black Dog - A pirate
Black Spot, The - A dreaded pirate sign
Captain Sir Henry Morgan - Buccaneer, turned privateer and Governor of Jamaica
Captain Flint - Long John Silver's pet parrot
Charles II King of England - 1630 to 1685
Christopher Columbus - Ferdinand of Aragon & Isabella of Castile
Coracle - A small round boat
Davy Jones's Locker - The sailors devil, a chest at the bottom of the sea signifying passing and their final resting place
Doubloons - Coins minted from solid gold
Guineas - Gold coins
Jim Hawkins - Cabin boy
Long John Silver - Pirate captain
Pieces of Eight - The Spanish dollar is a coin made of silver
William the Conqueror -
Queen Anne of England 1665 - 1714
Robert Louis Stevenson
Sovereigns - British solid gold minted coins, Henry VIII, 1489
Squire Trelawny - Treasure hunt sponsor
The Old Anchor Inn, Bristol
Treasure Island - Robert Louis Stevenson
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