|The Navigator's Confession|
|Linked to||Sigil-Ridden Navigator|
The Navigator's Confession is triggered by doing the "Captain, may I speak to you? In private." action with the Sigil-Ridden Navigator.
"A square of paper, folded into quarters to make a booklet."
|Read the first page
||-||In May, my brother Richard and I took service on the Bonny Swan- he as bosun, I as navigator. The captain, Swinburne, was a good man, but ambitious. When we reached Kingeater's Castle our supplies were low, but we pressed on in the hope of finding land. There was none.
|Read the second page
||I mistook my readings and set a bad course. For days we steamed north-west - not west - into the empty dark. our supplies ran out, and still no sign of port. Hunger set in, and terror, and what I pray was madness. Ravening, desperate, raving, we agreed to draw lots, with the loser giving up life and flesh so the others could go on.
|Read the third page
My dear, solemn, solid Richard. There were more after. Seven times we drew. Seven of our number went into the pot, and not a one of them quietly. Those of us who made it back to port swore never to speak of our crime, but one of us - someone whith a keener conscience than mine - confessed. I fled the noose to zee again. I regret it all. I will do anything. Please.
|Read the fourth page
You did not answer. If I cannot be forgiven, then I will forget. The Chapel of Lights will help me, for a price.
|Learning About: The Sigil-Ridden Navigator ≥ 60 [peak to your Sigil-Ridden Navigator to hear his last request.]||His eyes meet yours when you look up from the page
Redirects to: Speak with your Navigator