Honour Among Smugglers

In the 18th century in England, high import taxes meant smuggling was rampant on a variety of things like brandy, tea and salt.  Fieldhands earned more in a night’s work for the “free traders” than they did in a month in the fields.  Is it any wonder that the party has turned to smuggling?

There’s a tunnel that goes from the smuggler’s hidden landing point on the coastline to an alternate location.  Dangers like the revenue men and other smugglers lurk around every corner.  Will your crew get their cargo safely through?

Five and twenty ponies,
Trotting through the dark –
Brandy for the Parson, ‘Baccy for the Clerk.
Laces for a lady; letters for a spy,
Watch the wall my darling while the Gentlemen go by!

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