狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN – On the decks!

狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN – On the decks!

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    • #7589
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      Arriving in Tjenu

      Dock workers always stare as the 狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN sails by and gather when we tie-off at the dock. MeryetNit was waiting for us. She apparently had her crew keeping an eye out for us.

      “Nebibit! Your compound is ready for you and your crew. My staff has taken care of everything”.

      Always an extraordinary host, she knew how to make one feel welcome… if they were. MeryetNit had even converted a small compound to house my crew & I when here a few years back. I knew that we would always have royal treatment when in KeMeT. Tjenu -the most ancient city along The Nile- was stunning.

      “Nebibit, when you and your crew are settled and bathed come and feast with us!”

      Honestly, I am not sure why I don’t just live here when I am not travelling!

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      Tjenu

      The most distant fields had long since turned to faded, almost sandy tones. The Akhet (Flooding of The Nile) was tremendous this year. The crops filled our stores and the massive surplus sold at great profits.

      I kept my eye up-river, told my staff to do the same. I knew that she would be here very soon. Being a Shinobi assassin, an international merchant & a florist, I knew that she would arrive exactly when she said that she would.

      “Heri-tep a’a MeryetNit!! She has arrived!” I nodded and smiled in response.

      The sleek and exotic black hull of the the 狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN was striking to all who beheld her.

      Audacious as she was, she docked next to my own ship. “Nebibit! Your compound is ready for you and your crew. My staff has taken care of everything”.
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      Down the Nile to Tjenu

      The hull of the 狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN seemed to ply the water differently with her elegant curves lacquered in black, more smoothly than the other craft on the Nile as we drifted -by rudder & oar- down the Nile. Tjenu by mid-afternoon. In any other situation we would have just drifted down, breathing, listening to, feeding upon the sensations found only here. Not today. The crew did not know why I pushed them so hard but they trusted my decisions completely. The Akhet (Flooding of the Nile) was done about when we reached Λευκός Λιμήν (Leucus Limen) two moons ago. Currently the Nile was littered with the boats and ships carrying the fruits of the Akhet this year up and down the Nile. I knew that -at this time of year- MeryetNit would be in Tjenu dealing with the distribution of all of this seasons wares.

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      GEBTU, at The Docks


      Dez -& her leopard- never followed us to the ship. I knew that she was glad to be back in KMT. We set to sail at dawn down The Nile before Sun (Ra) showed his golden face. Watching the fields watered by The Nile pass by, we set out for the sea.
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      GEBTU, at The Docks


      Dez lead us on a night of debauchery & excess. It seemed that her pet (friend) Leopard walking in front of us made walking through the port city much easier. Fatigue hit me late in the evening, fording the LÁNG HUĀN from the coast had taken it all out of me. A friend of many years, Dez knew when I nodded a certain way that I was done for the evening. I headed back to the ship.
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      GEBTU, at The Docks


      The portly merchant did not let his crew rest much as we neared the Delta. After the gold, silver & weapons I offered in trade for his haste, he rode that crew very hard. Once we past the giant rock that sat at the entrance to Middle Sea and turned Northward, I knew that I would be home soon. The only problem that I feared was passing the Western Isles. They have been very active of late.


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      GEBTU, at The Docks


      As I walked along the docks along the river Nile filled with great food and clean water, with visions of that fine fine dark-skinned woman from the Levant filling my imagination, I found my ears wandering to conversations nearby. The night air was filled with the scents of food from around the world, people were content here, this was a good place, a prosperous city. One conversation stood out, piqued my interest above all else. I heard a rotund merchant littered with gold and draped in fine silk from the East speaking of trading with the traders in Middle Sea in the city of Çatalhöyük. In the East of Middle Sea, this was a great deal closer to home than here in Gebtu. My heart longed for my Yngling Hall, for my desire to sail on the Skíðblaðnir again. I realized that my time on the Luang Huan crew was done. I approached the merchant and waved the man he was speaking to away.

      “I intend to be aboard your ship when you set for Çatalhöyük… if it leaves when the sun rises tomorrow.”

      He looked offended, glanced at my travel garb and -in turn- waved me away… until he heard me tap my fingers on my pouch of gold repeatedly as I walked away. He waddled towards me quickly and grabbed my shoulder. In Kemetian I informed him that if he ever touched me again that he would die in a way that his family would not be proud of, turned and told him that his ship was to set sail at Dawn.


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      GEBTU, at The Docks

      Ah KMT, It is good to be back! The smells, the sights, the sounds of every language. Everyone started to wander off once the ship was back in the water, on the magical Nile docked. I watched Ziyi walk off with a woman who had a pet Leopard.

      The first thing to find is food. The rations during the trip fording the Lang Huan were the last thing on my mind! Since I was near the docks I found plenty of options nearby. I came upon a stand with a shade over the small seating area in front. A breathtaking dark-skinned woman was calling out the fare to passers by and inviting them to sit and eat. I -of course- chose there to eat. She was obviously from somewhere in The Levant, I did not understand what she said except when she spoke Kemetian, I got most of that. I ended up with a large leaf filled with an amazing combination of lamb, spices, cooked fruits and vegetables, served with a flat-bread of some sort. The air, my mouth were suddenly filled with scents and flavors that took my mind all over The Mediterranean Sea in an instant! As I ate, I would occasionally try to converse with her but she was more interested in bringing people in to eat, to serve those already here. All I got was amazing food, clean cool water, people watching & some welcome shade. The sun was set low in the sky as I left, taking one last glance at that gorgeous woman as I set out to enjoy a night in this crazy city on The Nile.

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    • #5667
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      Dez, part of me is shocked to see you again… The rest is not. Dez laughs and returns the hug I offer. “You want to go to a watering-hole huh?” My dear friend eyes warm, seemingly in remembrance of our many times having done so together. “Dez, we’ve had a brutal trip here from the coast. I think we are going to stay a couple days before we sail down The Nile together once again.”Let’s go and have a drink or four. Gebtu has changed so much since I’ve been gone. Do you know of anywhere to go that’s good? Or should we just wander, until we find the right place?”

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      GEBTU, at The Docks

      “Nebibit! my dear friend you have surprised me again. How long before we cast off shall we visit the local watering hole and share a bit before the heat of the day comes upon us and my cheetah still does not like to get to warm.”

      The cat wrapped her tail around Dezs legs while sniffing Nebibits hand.

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    • #5600
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      GEBTU, at The Docks


      Fording the Lang Huan from the sea was arduous and hard on us all. Days upon days of winding through dunes, valleys, hills and mountains in the sun without rain. Gebtu unfolded before us in all her splendor. Every color of skin, every smell to be found, every food to eat… every indulgence to be had. While I watched the Lang Huan be rolled into the magical Nile I was solicited-by and passed-by every manner of folk, it was something I needed, I am a traveler. This is always one of my favorite places on the Nile. It was then that I saw her. It could not be her, my old friend. The very person who vowed to never return to KMT after what we went through.
      “Dez?? Is that you?!” Her tanned faced paled and then turned red briefly.
      “Nebibit!! How can it be you?!” She ran towards me with arms open.
      “Dez, most people on my crew call me Ziyi these days but around here they still call me Nebibit.”

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      LEUCUS LIMEN, heading West along The Wadi Hammamat
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      Slowly the bountiful fields with rich dark soil began to give way to more and more buildings. We finally made it to Gebtu! I’ve been here a number of times, this city is an adventure. Ziyi took us & the ship on a wide dirt track that led us through the city towards the mother of all rivers, my beloved Nile. Ah! The smells, the sights, my anticipation built to nearly a frenzy. I hoped that we were to tarry here for a bit before heading north to The Delta. It took us until mid-morning the following day to make our way through the city to the riverfront. This time of year there was a massive amount of activity at the waterfront. It took us until mid-afternoon -after reaching the waterfront- to be able to get in the water. The men with the “sled” & donkeys headed back through Gebtu. Ziyi told us we enjoy the city for a couple of days making sure to warn us that the the third day at sunrise to be on the ship or we’d be left behind. I was convinced that she was serious about that. Hello ancient Gebtu, how I missed you!

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      LEUCUS LIMEN, heading West along The Wadi Hammamat road.

      Being a man of the sea for most of my life, riding horses -for extended periods- takes a bit of re-acclimation every time. By the tenth day I found myself marveling at the endurance & strength of these twenty plus mules hauling this medium-sized ship for ten-twelve hours a day while the rest dragged logs from back to front for the sled thing that carried it, for days on end.

      The ship-sized “sled” was interesting for me. The cleverly designed structure was made out of an unfamiliar wood of thin trunks, the bark was still on it except where climbed-up or strapped-to of course. The twin rails (?) that it rested on curved-up identically fore and aft. Near the ends of these -just as they curved upwards, there was a small but stout-looking metal thing that connected the inner and outer bottom rails with a thick cross-piece. That little cross-piece allowed for (replaceable(!)) logs to rest under it when being pulled. This allowed those rails to last indefinitely as any damage or fiction was taken by the replaceable logs. I was impressed. It also allowed them to descend steeper sections since the sideways logs that the sled was rolling on couldn’t be used on a steep descent, those replaceable logs under the twin-rails took the damage. Where I come from fording a ship was a lot less sophisticated. My guess was that there were more than one of these heading back-and-forth along The Wadi Hammamat, charging a(n understandably) steep price for their services.

      I was told that we were most of the way to a city called Gebtu, on The Nile north of Thebes. The thought of sailing down The Nile excited me greatly. I could not wait to see the legendary wonders of Egypt. Soon the relentless sands would give way to irrigated fields & villages and then… The Nile! After fourteen long hot days, those mules got that ship over a hill that gave us sight of the rich fields along The Nile opening before us below. Those amazing mules had it easier from here on out as we descended towards the river and the City of Gebtu. Any city at the end of a major trade route connecting two different worlds is going to be amazing. There will be women from every corner of the world, spices, foods drinks that I haven’t even heard of. Then you factor-in that it is on The Nile? I was almost giddy at this point. Especially after fifteen long, hot, lonely days in the middle of nowhere on a (fascinatingly) foreign trade-route. Soon, I told myself, very very soon!

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      Nearing LEUCUS LIMEN

      The name given to this port by sailers and traders from The Hellas lingers and -in some intangible way- belies the age this city by being named in a newer language now. I found myself curious what the older names for this truly ancient port city were. What is now called Leucus Limen has been here for thousands of years. The Wadi Hammamat route leads to Gebtu, just north of Thebes, was going to be a slow passage. Sending the fake cargo ahead of us would give us warning of bandits ahead. Having sent the valuables a bit north on the water in a small boat before hitting the shore I felt confident in my precautions.

      The 狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN

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      Nearing LEUCUS LIMEN

      It was perfection.

      The 狼獾 LÁNG HUĀN having a shallow draft slid between two docks onto the beach. What I saw was far beyond what I expected or even imagined. It looked like around 200 armed horsemen plus 3 large carriages in their midst. There were large logs being carried towards us dragged by mules along a narrow track that wound along the front wall of the city from the south a bit. Soon after, 30 or so men on foot approached and Ziyi directed them to remove 6 large rectangular objects wrapped in variously colored fabrics and bound tightly in rope. It took 6 men each to carry them to the 3 big carriages. The rest of the men were in heavier armor and carried themselves like mercenaries. My guess was that those were chests with valuables (gold?). The carriages started west ahead of us -on what I was just informed was the Wadi Hammamat trade route- with the cargo. Just then, around the corner of the front wall a wooden structure that looked like a movable dry-dock for a ship appeared. This thing looked like the skeleton of a ship with a wide flat-bottom hull with an oddly shaped log-frame structure sprouting from it. Was Ziyi actually going to drag this thing up through this meandering road through hill country dragged by 20-25 mules for what would probably be several days along a what appeared to be a very crowded trade route? The question on my mind was where to and why away from the water?

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      Nearing LEUCUS LIMEN

      The very same South wind that made our trip around Persis brutal carried us north towards Leucus Limen rapidly. From there Cap’n Ziyi planned to ford the desert w/ this 3-mast ship inland w/ 20-something cannons and ammo… plus everything else including us across what would take an unburdened horse 2 or 3 days to reach Gebtu and The Nile. As for how this would be accomplished? My curiosity was piqued.

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      THE INDIAN OCEAN

      Bandar Siraf faded into the distance as a southerly wind forced us to tack back and forth to sail down around Persis (Persia) on our way to KMT (Egypt).

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      In BANDAR SIRAF

      When I came out of my cabin I noticed some new faces. Ipskakt hastened towards me & explained their presence. “Cap’n Ziyi, Arash, who we picked-up in Bandar Siraf. Arash said that you are expecting him. The other man… well he is from another continent actually, he came aboard in Bandar Siraf as well seeking to crew with us in exchange for passage west. An intriguing fellow really, his name is Mangas Cochise. Neither has shied assumption of tasks to help the crew. My instict tells me they are… good sorts Cap’n.

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      In BANDAR SIRAF

      Captain Ziyi seemed to be a good and welcoming sort, and while I was something of a landlubber, I’d gotten settled well enough into watery environs when a passenger from the Meso region of my world up to the river some of my folk had named The Big Muddy. This ship, however, was extremely more strange, and a lot larger, than any I’d ever seen in the past.

      Sails. Now, that was a concept!

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      In BANDAR SIRAF

      I recognized the ship that came to my dock. Ziyi often had crew that were… not what I would invite into my home, but they weren’t treacherous. This time she brought what she would refer to as a “Gaijin” (“Long-nosed Barbarian”) leering over the prow with a distasteful eagerness. I did not have to communicate to my senior staff, they read my face and sent particular men to keep an eye on the pale-skinned warrior while appearing to just escort Ziyi from the ship.

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      In BANDAR SIRAF

      The slippery hull of the LÁNG HUĀN brought us to the port of Bandar Siraf as fast as my own ship could ever do. This ancient city, the hundreds or thousands of years the people of Persis (Persia) have been here is very clear upon approach. There is no question -at all- that there are thousands of years of stories found here. My memories of this beautiful city are uncountable. Finding passage to Noregr wouldn’t be easy for me but… to die with the intoxicating women, the smells in the marketplace… I would die happily in Bandar Siraf.

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      AL-MASHRIQ

      The coastal cities were unkind & not profitable. We headed north-west towards KMT & Al-Mashriq at a rapid pace. Ziyi pushed her crew for there had been little loot to be earned in rounding India. Finally Persis emerged from the distance. The women of Persis are devastatingly beautiful but impossible to touch. Then the rising sun revealed the gleaming port of Bandar Siraf

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      INDIA (Indian Ocean)

      Kalikata made us very little money. We go West towards KMT & Al-Mashriq.

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      If we head West after Cholas & head NW we will reach Al-Mashriq & KMT very soon.

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      KALIKATA (CALCUTTA)

      Eyvisl, we are already moving to the West. I’ll see what I can do. I’m taking us to Al-Mashriq, from there you can find a way by land. I’m going back to the east once there.

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      KALIKATA (CALCUTTA)
      Cap’n Ziyi, I have to make some profit before spring. Will you take me to my ship?

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      KALIKATA (CALCUTTA)
      I was on the fore deck watching the bay wrap around us when a crew-man approached me, “Eyvisl is asking if you know this area.” I laughed and pointed to
      CURRENT LOCATION: KALIKATA (CALCUTTA)

      COMING FROM”: MUEANG (THAILAND), CHINA, HENAN, KAIFENG

      ***If you reply then the location (like previous reply) must be in all-caps above the topic your reply text & followed by @’s to members involved in this part of the story w/ you last.

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      IN MUEANG (THAILAND)
      Ipskakt, you can put a lid on it and go below-deck. Eyvisl will steer for now. We’re going to Kalikata/Calcutta.

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      IN MUEANG (THAILAND)

      Whoa there Cap’n Ziyi, all I’m doing is hugging the coast loosely to the West to get us to India. I’ve got us on course, tell the big guy to get on the oars when we get closer to shore.

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      IN MUEANG (THAILAND)
      The stranger seemed to be a good fellow. His name was something I’ve never heard before. “Mangas Cochise, my crew will make sure that you have a hammock & a spot for your stuff.” He smiled & let my crewman show him to his hammock. “Now, both of you get off of my deck!”

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      IN MUEANG (THAILAND)
      “Ahoy!” I yell to the little rowboat. “You two! Hoist that dingy and get that man some food & drink!” Two of the crew set to task. Welcome aboard the 狼獾 (Láng huān). “Why are you out here… in that little thing? What is your name?, Cap’n Ziyi has been informed and shall arrive shortly… at her pleasure, of course.”

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      IN MUEANG (THAILAND)
      Hmmm.   I’m out here rowing in this little dingy, and here comes a ship bearing down on me.

      It’s rather wet in the dingy, being as I’m in the middle of the ocean, so I clamber up a loose rope, catch some rigging or whatever this stuff is called, and hoist myself aboard.

      “Ahoy, anyone aboard?”

      I try to remember which direction is starboard and which is port (I could do with some of the latter), difficult as I’m an inland-born Apache.

       
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    • #2905
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      IN MUEANG (THAILAND)
      Eyvisl , this is even more difficult than China… for you.

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      IN CHINA, HENAN
      We are going to Siam. Once away from the shore drop oars and set to sail Eyvisl or you will shark bait before the sun sets.

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      IN CHINA, HENAN
      Aye Cap’n, I will comply. Where to now?

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    • #2900
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      IN CHINA, HENAN
      Do not question me on my ship ever again. You’ll be feeding the fishes soon if you do! Eyvisl, you’ll be on the rudder immediately. Ipskakt is a weak slave and has steered us off course.

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      IN CHINA, HENAN
      Ziyi Ha! I’m fine. I’ve spent more time upon the waves than you kid. In fact, you can take me to my ship if you like. I’ll show you some real sailors.

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      IN CHINA, HENAN
      “Another Gaijin on my crew?! Look around you man, you’ll be doing no sailing til we reach the delta. Back to work man, we need to reach the Yellow river before lunch. Move it!!”

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      IN CHINA, HENAN
      Now that we are done digging out of the mud may I sail with you?
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    • #2896
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      IN CHINA, HENAN, KAIFENG
      It took over 30 farmers, most of the morning & half of my savings to help us dig out of the flood plain of the Yellow River Delta after taking the Bian from Kaifeng. Reaching the ocean tonight!

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