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To Davy Jones We Go: The Pirates 

A man has always been able to look to the oceans and see unlimited opportunity. On the waves he can be free. With only the blood in his veins and the sweat on his brow, he can live as he was meant to; beholden to no church and no crown. Today that freedom is under threat. We are not natural allies, but if we are to continue in our ways, we must stand united in these trying times. Those who oppose us will be blown down, and given no quarter. May our codes of conduct give us proper guidance, and above all else, remember that dead men tell no tales.