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He awoke from his Mahogany bed His room was made of glazed cherry wood planks from floor to ceiling The walls were decorated with various nautical memorabilia Detailed maps of universally unknown bodies of water to old anchors and helms cluttered the walls He was shaken by a wave brushing up the portside of the vessel The man let out an inscrutable muttering as his arms stretched to the sky and he sat up in the bed As he sat up there was a loud thump as everything on his bed fell to the floor The man was then interrupted when the old oak door flew open The boy on the other side wore raggedy white cloths but you would never have known by the color they were now Quick boy out with it the tired man said He was grumpy and ill-tempered by the boys intrusion Master come quickly We have landed The man then rushed out of bed and started to get dressed He told the boy on his way out to make sure no one leaves the ship without his presence As he dressed he hoped that they had finally found the lost island of Presailus The island holds the key of stopping the evil Cortez and his men As the tiny door opened with a deafening squeak dead silence loomed upon everyone watching below whose eyes were now fixated at the man who exited The man stood straight up with an aura of self-wealth and pride unwieldy by most men except the highest of nobles and kings His name was Bartholomew Riddik Spallows Captain Riddik had a head of wavy light brown hair that went down to his shoulders On his head was a captains hat made of wool with a sky blue feather protruding from the top towards the horizon His face was always straitlaced never showing emotion in even the most dire of situations He wore a wrinkled white
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