(Great Wave) Storm-Weathering Duneo


Duneo and his band of pirates had encountered and survived many a storm. People said it was on those days when the skies darkened and the winds picked up that the ship's jolly roger hung the highest. Despite their outlaw status, Duneo and his men's courage gave hope to the people. And they continued to fight the elements, day by day. Even as he was soaked by the pouring rain, Duneo brandished his sword. "The wind's picking up again, men ... Now hit the decks!"


See Storm-Weathering Duneo.

Name originEdit

Duneo translates from Catalan as "dunes".

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