Google noted that with a nifty image.
Of course RLS is the author of Treasure Island, Black Arrow and many other wonderful books. His works were a part of my earliest adventuring inspirations.
As I mentioned before Pirate movies and period books were a huge inspiration to me and while I have never found my "Pyrate D&D" (I own almost everything on the topic) I do keep looking.
So in honor of the man who would indirectly bring us Arr! (via Wallace Beery in the Treasure Island Movie) and who knew how to cook up a yarn, happy 160th!
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