The Wasteland commision visit the Spice Isles
or 'Five kings beats a haunted house'
Last weekend in Febuary 1825
Where once again Colonel the Lord Richard Grenville, Duke of Buckingham and Chandos joins Lord North, Mr. Grimm and others of the Wasteland Commision in aiding the residents of the Spice Isles, whilst all the time ridding the world of more infernal creatures and dodging death in the twisted St Mirrians asylum!!!
With thanks to Rosa for the names...
The Priestess of Pearls
Representative of Avoo
The Sultan of Cloves
Representative of Tanate
The Cassava King
representative of Ambron
The Queen of the moon
Representative of Tidor
The Nutmeg Prince -RIP
Representative of Badar
The Wasteland Commision
People old & new
Proud ambasadors to the Isles
Enjoying the Asylum whilst the sun shines
Lord North showing the latest fashions
The Colonel poses formally
Mr. Grimm ponders the way on
Scribe examines an ancient monument
The lone Ohwen looks on...
The Duke of Buckingham in full glory
Fable and Duke discuss serious matters
The kindly Fable explains to others
Between tense moments,
the Commision put their feet up...
The Cassave King continues negotiations.
The Sultan ever wary
The Nutmeg Prince chats with Fable
Mr Grimm explains to the Priestess
Assaulted by the Finches
Once again the Colonel
fences with the forces of Set
And again they meet their inevitable end...
The post Captain inspires fear in the evil
The Colonel investigates the upper levels
But the malign forces smite with their evil powers
Will our hero return?
The finches don't escape unscathed
The commision take the morning aires
In the Commision,
pointing is an entirely natural pose...
Some ponder an entirely empty field
Whilst the church enjoy
the majesty of the grounds
Deep in theological debate
Renoir demonstrates his pretanatural whistling skills
An able assistant measures up..
Great minds consider great things
Fable gets furious (but only in jest)
Who could be this highway robber?
The only one who could
destroy an infernal Scotsman.
His grace takes time to consider
The beautiful gardens
Perhaps an ancient sculpture?
The Duke examines the folilage
The Duke, Swordsman & Scholar
Deep in thought
Some things require closer inspection
Who knows what botanical secrets could be unveiled?
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