[The Immortal Hand, Bow]
The bowsprit stretches forward from the ship where the starboard and port gunnels meet. An iron-banded oak capstan is bolted securely to the deck for use in hauling up the anchor, setting the shrouds, or any other work where great purchases are required.
You also see the flying jib.
Ship paths: aft.
[The Immortal Hand, Fore Waist]
A mast rises amidship, standing tall from the deck amidst a maze of sheets and shrouds. Brass cleats are securely mounted along the top of both the starboard and port bulwark.
You also see the fore upper topsail, the fore lower topsail, the fore course and the fore mast.
Ship paths: forward, aft.
[The Immortal Hand, Aft Waist]
A brass-hinged gangway is inset into the starboard bulwark, allowing for a boarding plank to be run in and out from there with ease. The ship's rigging hangs above like an intricate spider's web.
You also see The Crossing, the main upper topsail, the main lower topsail, the main course and the main mast.
Ship paths: forward, aft, down.
[The Immortal Hand, Ship's Hold]
The overpowering stench of the bilge combined with the lingering scents of pitch and molding wood fill the dark confines of the hold. A large storage chest takes up part of the deck while a cargo net hung from floor to ceiling fills most of the rest of the area.
Ship paths: up.
[The Immortal Hand, Quarterdeck]
In the middle of the quarterdeck is the ship's wheel mounted on a slightly higher platform. Shrouds, running from mast to cleats on the bulwark, are run overhead along with sheets from the ship's rigging.
You also see Pilot Aduswa, a hatch, the ship's bell and a large spoked wheel.
Ship paths: forward.
[The Immortal Hand, Captain's Cabin]
A dark cherrywood desk with sword-notched legs is bolted to the ship's deck against the cabin's oak-paneled wall and under a brass-trimmed porthole. The scent of pitch caulk is fairly strong in this tightly enclosed room. Small though the cabin may seem, it still has enough space for a warped cherry cabinet at the foot of a knotted rope hammock.
You also see a door.
Ship paths: none.
On the cherrywood desk you see a Captain's logbook, a brass cartographer's spyglass, a mariner's sextant and a dented brass compass.
In the cherry cabinet you see a decanter of spiced rum, a black tri-cornered hat and a sailor's mending kit.
You see Pilot Aduswa, a Kaldar.
She is wearing a simple tunic and some sailcloth trousers.
Originally owned by Kraelyst, it is now Captained by Sebestyen Kuliniac.