Company of the Six Seas
Jean Philippe Renault du Buchè
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Valere’s Relationship Statements:
Bastiaen (Mark): “A fine, upstanding young gentleman. Sometimes I wonder how we ended up friends, but even the most unlikely of allies can become dependent upon one another. Like my brother, he is a calming influence on me."
“I remember a day when supplies arrived on the island. I fought hard for our shares, tooth and nail. Later that day, a group of thugs came by our hut, looking for an easy score. Despite being drastically outnumbered, I was unfazed and ready for bloodletting. Before I unleashed myself on the cursed rogues, Bas spoke up, telling our adversaries that we had poisoned our grain in order to catch the nice and rats that had been plaguing our accommodations. He spoke so convincingly that they began to doubt themselves and left us be. Cool heads prevail sometimes, je suppose.
Dylon (Chris): “Dylon is a staunch fighter, I can always count on him to leap into the fray. I do wish he didn’t wax poetic about the sea sometimes…"
“I remember when Dylon and Bastiaen arrived. Bas looked like a deer caught in a snare, but Dylon looked like he’d bite the ears off anyone who came at him. And eventually they did. Surprisingly, I barely even had to help. Dylon was like water in motion, striking with fists like iron, throwing sand in eyes, kicking adversaires in the stones and gouging away at anything he could. It was impressive (et sauvage), to say the least. That night was when we three joined up as a group, and I can’t say I’ve regretted it in the least. Their combined knowledge of shops and the sea could certainement come in handy if we are ever to get off this wretched rock.
Valere (Flint): “Plus ça change, plus la même chose. Though we had been apart for years, our relationship hasn’t wavered. My brother is still the reckless boy I remember trying to impress his crazy little brother, but there is a new nobility and seriousness in his demeanour.
“I remember one time as a child. Valère was walking home a girl I guess he had a crush on and was waylaid by some older classmates of ours, quatre ou cinq, je me souviens pas. The number doesn’t really matter. I had a stone in each of my fists; a sailor had told me that makes them harder. It was almost too easy, and a little disappointing how quick the fight was over. When Valère looked up from protecting his petit choufleur, I have him a knowing wink and said,“I think you have a job to do now, hein?” Ahahaha, those were the good days. Still not sure if he got the girl though…
A Duelist’s Opinions
Allende – He’s a self styled leader, but he’s actually not bad at it. Not afraid of getting his hands dirty, so I don’t have any qualms with him. Valere thinks he’s honourable, so I trust his judgement.
Vasco – the only man in the place that intimidates me. I’ve seen his “duels”, and they are cruel, one sided affairs. There’s a dead coldness in his eyes, and I steer clear of him.
Sean – Sometimes I wish I had a third brother like this man. Another time and place, we could have been great friends.