Friday, February 18, 2005

Long Flight Ahead

I need to fly some people to Honolulu. Man that's going to be a long flight. With many stops.

Corky is coming along to help and we're installing the outboard fuel tanks.

But they're paying in advance, so that's going to help.

Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Another Slow Week

But that's what we like. But Jack is starting to get twitchy, so I think that something bad is going to be happening soon. It can never stay like this for long.

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

That Was Tough

More Nazis. They seem to be all over the Maravellas. I guess that they're looking for advantages, just like the Japanese are doing.

But why they have to bother me, I don't know.

I ended up impersonating an American who was supposed to meet the Germans. I needed to find out what was going on because the native we found was somehow involved in this business. It turns out that this American was actually a spy! So, here I am, involved with a bunch of Nazis who think I'm on their side, but it turns out I'm not supposed to be on their side, I'm on the American side! It's all very convoluted.

So they take me to this island, where I find the Nazis have enslaved the natives and are making them work on this big bomb. This can't be good. First, I have to free the slaves and then get rid of the bomb. A tall order.

And then, someone ratted me out. And the Germans discovered I was a spy! Or at least they thought I was. They were going to shoot me!

But Sarah and Corky came to my rescue. Oh, and Jack. Sorry.

We ended up getting the natives off the island, because the Germans were going to test the new bomb. Before the test, we were able to dump it down a huge trench in the ocean.

But some of the Germans didn't make it. Not that I'm complaining.

I think I'm all done with adventure for a while now. I just want to fly and drink. Maybe play some cards with Louie.

Saturday, January 29, 2005

This Was Creepy

We found some poor native guy floating in the ocean. I landed and we tried to save him, but he had these horrible burns. And they didn't look like exposure burns. He died soon after we got him onto the Goose.

And Sarah's been acting strange too. I don't know what's up with her, but I think she's hiding something from us.

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

We Found Corky

It wasn't easy, but we did. We even got Koji to come off of Matuka to help us look. Because, it turns out, that the guy who shanghied Corky was Koji's half-brother!

And get this: she killed him. Herself, not one of her minions. It was unreal.

Anyway, we end up on this island in the Japanese Mandate and the ship is anchored up a small river. Apparently the engine went out and they needed a mechanic. So this guy (Koji's half-brother) took Corky to have him fix it. He was a slaver! He had a whole bunch of natives locked up in his hold. So Koji killing him is no big loss to the world.

Corky starts to fix it, knowing for sure that when it's working again the guy will kill him, even though he said he'd let him go. So Corky stalls, hoping that we'd come and find him.

I buzz the ship a few times to get their attention and Koji's people board the ship. And so did Jack. He went to find Corky.

I finally made it to the ship, even in my state, and I was able to help Corky get away, along with all the captives. This was a foul place and it was great to release them.

After everything, Koji left as if nothing happened! She just killed her half-brother! I didn't think that she was that cold. Of course if she hadn't killed him, I or Corky might have.

So we made it back to Bora Gora. But Corky had to fly the plane. I think that made Jack feel better.

Saturday, January 22, 2005

Off To Matuka

It seems we need Koji's help in locating Corky. So I have to fly to Matuka, in spite of this horrible malaria. We'll see how it all shakes out.

Friday, January 21, 2005

It Is The Malaria

And, I'm feeling really bad. Sarah has been helping me, but it's just something you usually have to sweat out.

Unfortunately, Corky's gone missing. No one's seen him since last night. He was drinking with some old salt and they went out to the dock and didn't come back.

I'm going to have to try to track him down. And in my state, it's not going to be easy.