The second season of plunderer started with a bang, as plunderer (played by Tawny Kitaen) had to keep his family alive through the long night of the New Year, but I wouldn’t call it a bang. It was a moment where plunderer and I were in a battle of wills, and, it wasn’t pretty to watch. This time around, I think I was more than a little relieved that plunderer was gone.
I think I’m going to be a little harsh with that statement here. I think I’m the one that should be more sensitive to the fact that plunderer was a character whose existence I had invested a lot of time and energy into, and it is always a hard thing to let go. In the beginning, plunderer was a much more than a character, he was just an annoying person that plunderer had to deal with all the time.
You should always have that goal in mind when you are planning something. We are never just sitting around and playing video games. Yes, in hindsight, it makes sense that plunderer might have ended up on the boat, but we were never quite sure why we wanted him there.
The thing is, plunderer was always there in the back of your mind. You always knew that you would be putting him in danger, and that he would come out either way. The thing is, you can’t just say that over and over and expect it to stick. Even when you think you have it figured out, it often changes. The thing is, plunderer was always there because he had no other option.
That’s why I would say that plunderer has a lot of similarities with a character from the first season. The first season was really about plunderer’s journey to find his way and the second season was really about plunderer’s journey back home. The thing is, plunderer is just as much a part of the second season as he was in the first.
The reason plunderer is so much like an original character is because the original plunderers are all in the first season. In the second, plunderer is an antagonist, but he is only there to help the main characters get back home. The thing is, plunderer is a very different character in the second season than he was in the first.
As the first season was about plunderers returning home to a new life, it’s the last few episodes that show how plunderers are really in the middle of things. In the second season they are still trying to get home, but they are having a very different sort of experience and are trying to put some distance between themselves and the rest of the world.
I think we can assume that plunderers are in the same boat as other people, but they have a very different experience. A plunderer is a person who has been kicked out of their home for one reason or another. Perhaps they’re on death row, or they’ve been kicked out of the military. The main point is that they are the ones who are still trying to get home.
Plunderers are the ultimate survivalist, living their life out in the hope that theyll come back alive. Death, on the other hand, is the ultimate death. People go to great lengths to ensure theyd never meet a truly horrible death. As we learned in season 1, plunderers have no such precautions. Most of the people we meet in this season are trying to avoid their inevitable fate, and so plunderers are the very thing that they most want to avoid.
It’s in this regard that we see a perfect example of why all the horror films we love are so terrible. Death isn’t supposed to be a fun show, so it’s completely unnecessary. Most of the plunderers we meet are trying to get home as soon as possible, and they’re not about to settle for second best.