We'll be the best pirates ever! The adventures of me and my crew.
22. Exposed! The Threat is Revealed!
"This is a bad idea," whispered Tyler.
"We'll get caught," added Shank.
"Don't be so worried," said Jabber. "All we have to do is convince that doctor guy to join our crew. Then we'll go back to bed."
"Right," said Johan sarcastically. "Easy."
"I bet he's in this medical lab," said Jabber, pushing a door open.
To be linked to in my sig. A catelog of my various fanfics her.
* Pokemon GK: the adventures of Ash Ketchum's son, Gary!
**Volume One: Join Gary as he journeys through the Kanto region, meeting new friends and battling foes of varying degrees of familiarity along the way!
**Volume Two: Gary, along with his friends Leaf and Silv, travel through the Sevii Islands, discovering clues to a lost, hidden treasure!
*The Ash Ketchum Chronicles:
Updated 22nd October 2010 at 04:15 PM by Jabberwocky
Chapter 21: Adventure in the Sanitari Kingdom!
The city was clean. Very, very, very clean. So clean, in fact, that it distracted from almost anything else in the city.
The Sanitari Kingdom prided itself on its absolute cleanliness. Other nations were sometimes put off by the sheer level of good hygiene and health the country had, but the Sanitari residents gave that little thought.
Case in point:
Chapter 20: "Reverse Mountain! Entering The Grand Line!"
"Listen up, everyone," said Johan to the rest of the crew. "We'll be arriving at the entrance to the Grand Line soon, and I'd like to go over a few..."
"What?! Really?!" Jabber exclaimed. "I can't waaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiit!"
Shank hit Jabber over the head with the beer bottle he was holding. "Shut up and let
Special Chapter 3: "The sniper's past! Vincent Turner!"
By Hide in Plain Sight
Whenever the crew sailed and Turner wasn’t talking to anyone or taking care of anything on the ship, he liked to sit high in the crow’s nest on the ship and clean his various guns. Sitting beside him were his four flintlock pistols, his musket and his sawed off double barreled shotgun. This was Turner’s time to think, and he valued the peace and quiet