This is another recurring post on my blog of potential Steampunk Airship crew. Please select crew for your next airship. You can’t pick them all. Keep in mind what purpose your ship will have – pirate, merchant, explorer, trader, military vessel, world conquest…etc.
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Steampunk Aircrew Part 4
Unfortunately, I am still recovering from the nasty flu virus going around so I am missing the Tucson-The Time Travelers’ Outpost at the Trunk Show Tour of 4th Ave at which I was scheduled to appear and sign my Steampunk books. As a gratuitous plug – The Travelers’ Club and the Ghost Ship by Michael Bradley is currently just 99 cents on Kindle:
And the sequel, The Travelers’ Club – Fire and Ash is just $4.99 and can be found here:
Both cool Steampunk full length novels with a series of five volumes in the works. I do not make anything from this site except good friends and fun, so feel free to buy a book if you wish and make my day even happier.
Back to the aircrew – This fourth installment is to crew your fourth airship. You cannot pick them all. Do you want to be a sky smuggler, merchant, pirate, loyal military vessel, explorer? The air is yours, you decide.
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Steampunk Airship Crew Post 3
In my third edition of Steampunk Airship Crew, you once again get to figure out who you will hire as your crew for the third Airship in your growing fleet of dirigibles. Are you an air pirate? A conqueror? A defender? A traveler and explorer? A sky trader? Smuggler? It is up to you what to do with your ship, but crew members are hard to come by and may or may not fit your expectations. You can’t hire them all, so who would you pick out of the following applicants?
Steampunk Aircrew Part 2
So you just got yourself the second airship in your future fleet. You can trade, pirate, fight for Queen and Country, be a merc, or simply travel. The following are some crew choices, but you can’t have them all…
First Edition of Steampunk Airship Crew Hiring
Ok, you have your brand new Steam-powered dirigible. You can fight for honor and country, you can smuggle goods, you can commit air piracy, you can explore, or you can put into place your plans for world domination. (I plan to do a series of these, I hope you like them.) Yes, you are the Captain, or more accurately, the Admiral. Your first ship is ready, one of many to come. These are the first group of 22 pictures for people applying as crew. You cannot take them all. Who would YOU pick? What will be the name of your first ship?
Lord Reginald Harcourt, one of the main characters in The Travelers’ Club series (written by yours truly) named his air yacht Jenny after his young niece.
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