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HMS Falkland
HMS Falkland

Origin

Royal Navy

Type

Ship

Effects

If sailing with other ships will cause the captains of the other ships to purposely sink them.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Sailing

Collected by

Warehouse 11 Agents

Section

Thalassa-88Z97D

Aisle

Kidd-34Q

Shelf

Slip 15

Date of Collection

1820

[Source]


OriginEdit

HMS Falkland was a 50-gun fourth rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy. It was built and purchased by the navy in 1696. She had the distinction of being the first warship built in what would nearly a century later become the United States of America. During her career she would escort merchant ships to America and in 1704 engaged the 36-gun French ship La Seine off the Azores. Together with the HMS Dreadnought they succeeded in capturing him and renaming her the HMS Falkland Prize. Due to the battle she needed to be repaired and that was when she had planks from the Queen Anne's Revenge added to her hull. After that the HMS Falkland could no longer sail with other ships, instead sailed on its own. For some reason other ships that sailed with her either sunk or just vanished.

EffectsEdit

If sailing with other ships will cause the captains of the other ships to purposely sink themselves. Either by ramming into something or having holes mysteriously appear in the hulls.

CollectionEdit

Was discovered that when the ship was rebuilt in 1720 planks from Edward Teach’s Queen Anne's Revenge was used turning the ship into an artifact.

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