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| Arrgh, There Be Pirates|
Start the Scurvy Docks level.
| Chalice of Souls|
Fill and obtain 7 Chalices.
| Chalice of Heroes|
Fill and obtain 15 Chalices.
| Feeling Refreshed|
Acquire 4 Health Bottles.
| Dan the Unstoppable|
Acquire 8 Health Bottles.
| Dan the Invincible|
Finish a level outside of Dan's Crypt and Gallowmere Plains without taking damage.
Scurvy Docks is a level in MediEvil: Resurrection.
Dan's Private Journal entry
A SHORT STAY AT THE SEASIDE
Ah, Scurvy Docks! You can almost smell the sea air - if you can pick it out from the stench of the lowlife who hang out round these parts. It's like chucking-out time in a scumbag theme pub. I sought the Harbour Master, with a view to obtaining a boat to take me to Dragon Island.
The Harbour Master ahd the absolute cheek to cast doubt upon my credentials as a pirate - just because I'm wearing a suit of armour and didn't laugh at his Roger the Cabin Boy joke."Where's your tri-corn HAT? Where's your PARROT?" Honestly, I'm THIS close to beating that Harbour Master senseless with a sack full of crabsticks. Jobsworth.
Finally. With my wooden leg, seagull, stupid hat and skull and crossbones, apparently I now passed muster as a pirate. The Harbour Master's a complete pain. If he'd asked for a patch over one eye I could at least have shut Al up for an hour or two - he's like a budgerigar if you plunge him into darkness. And after all that? A boat that looks slightly less seaworthy than Granny Fortesque's old hip-bath.
The Voodoo Witch's fortune
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Be wary of where you take your fish supper, certain parts of town attract ravenous seagulls.
SOLD OUT OF PARROTS!
Thanks to a shortage in the supply chain we no longer have stock of these shoulder perching pirate essentials.
You will have to make use of other bird types until further notice.
Here lies many of the most legendary pirates ever to splice a mainbrace, including: Red Beard
Fake Beard, the Pirate Queen
Peg Leg Pedro, who teetered and wobbled across the seven seas and feared nothing but woodworm.
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