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In this Tale of the Haunted Titanic, a giant of the deep rouses from a ghostly slumber, taking a chance to make history at history's end.

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"Since then, tens of thousands of ships have sunk in the World Ocean or the rivers that trickle into it, or the seas that once touched the soles of the ocean's feet.

Every ship that sinks, whether crewed or abandoned, leaves behind a spirit of varying vigor, fated to loosely follow its mortal course until the end of time.

Every one, that is, save one.

A hundred years ago, a great ship, a vast ship, perhaps the grandest ship since the days of Marjik, slipped beneath the surface of the water with only the locust whine of its few, bobbing survivors to note its passage into death.
Its spirit never rose to traverse the North Atlantic."

Commemorating the 100th observance of the sinking of the Titanic.

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