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The Sunken Gallery

Animated series. The Nektons are arrested for stealing. Ant and Fontaine escape to prove their innocence, but whoever set them up is already two steps ahead.


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Gently. Gently.

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See? I told you it would work.

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OK, point taken.

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It'll be perfect for the Minerva job.

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-Oops!

-Ant, we can't salvage delicate things

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from a sunken ship if you're just going to squash them!

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Lots of stuff from the Minerva is probably old junk anyway.

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The Minerva is full of priceless lost artwork!

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So, paintings and stuff?

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Art that has been missing for over 60 years.

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Missing Pissarros, early Rembrandts,

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a bunch of Pre-Raphaelite paintings by Holman Hunt.

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So, paintings and stuff?

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And Child With Kraken.

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Probably the most famous lost painting ever.

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Child With Kraken is a painting of a question mark?!

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-I don't get art.

-It's not...

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Oh! The question mark is because it was never photographed.

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Oh, so it could be terrible?

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Something is coming. A sub?

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And another one. Both big.

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Mum, are you seeing this?

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There are multiple objects coming from all directions.

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'They're heading straight for us.

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'Get back to the Aronnax.'

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We're coming.

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We're going to make it.

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OK. I think not.

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Attention, Nektons, this is the commander.

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By order of the world ocean authority, you are all under arrest.

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My family are explorers.

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We have been for generations.

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While others look up to the stars,

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we know there are an infinite number of things

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that shine in the darkness below.

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There are things lurking in the seas that long ago vanished into myth.

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My family are explorers, and we explore the deep.

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Hey, you can't just...

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We are taking control of the Aronnax

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until an investigation is completed.

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Investigation into what?

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We didn't do anything.

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We believe that at least one Nekton was involved

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in stealing a recently discovered sunken ship.

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Not the Minerva?

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You are familiar with it?

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A salvage company has asked us to help raise it.

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A convenient excuse for being in the area.

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Are you calling us thieves?

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Nobody is calling you anything yet, but the Minerva has been stolen,

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along with its priceless cargo.

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This is crazy. You know that we would never do this.

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I have my orders. A crime has been committed,

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we need to undertake a thorough investigation.

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Nobody boards our ship and accuses us of a crime without evidence.

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Only one person wears that distinctive wet suit.

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-Antaeus Nekton.

-That's not me.

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It wouldn't be difficult to fake one of our wet suits.

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Who wouldn't want to wear a uniform?

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It is a timeless classic.

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Look, there's an easy way to settle this.

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The Aronnax tracks everywhere we go.

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I will access the tracking logs to prevent evidence tampering.

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The Aronnax visited the site yesterday, at the time of the theft.

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That's impossible.

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You leave me no choice.

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Search the ship!

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We're not here to steal cookies.

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I'm not stealing it, I'm confiscating it.

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There's nothing in there.

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Well, safes can contain all sorts of secrets.

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Now this is interesting.

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Stay focused.

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-I just think...

-It's irrelevant.

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It's not a painting or a sculpture.

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And it's mine.

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Are you done turning our home upside down?

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I'm doing my job.

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You should see this, Commander.

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Child With Kraken.

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I have never seen that before!

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I'm afraid this confirms it.

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That's been planted here.

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-The Nektons are thieves.

-Where are the other paintings?

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Where is the Minerva?

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I don't know. Someone is trying to frame us to destroy our reputation.

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Take their communicators.

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Place the children in custody and keep these two here for questioning.

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Why am I being put in the kitchen?

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Your room is too close to your brother's.

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We don't want you two talking.

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We've been framed. I've been framed!

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I'd never steal art.

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I have absolutely no appreciation for it.

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Ask my sister!

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Geoffrey.

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POP!

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"Stuck in my room. What about you?"

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Fontaine gets to be in the kitchen!

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The kitchen is where the cookies are!

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"We need to clear our name. I'll get us out. Be ready."

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Get us out? How?

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Welcome to the Swamp Knight. Your new totally amphibious knight.

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The Swamp Knight can walk on land.

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I can hear the kid's voice from the moon pool room.

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It makes no sense. I'll investigate, you check his room.

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Ha!

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-Ant!

-Hey!

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Now I'm ready.

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Cookie?

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Aargh!

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Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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'Officers, status report.'

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Everything is fine.

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Yeah, all good here.

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Good.

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Oh, yeah!

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Ohh!

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So, how do we clear our names?

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Easy. Find the sunken gallery and return it.

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As long as your engines are off and I'm in stealth mode,

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we won't show up on their instruments...I think.

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What about their eyes? They can still see us with their eyes, right?

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We're nearly through.

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Oh, no!

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We're not through.

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What we do now, Ant?

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Spiral. Follow my lead!

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Fontaine, is it working?

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I think so!

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Effacing manoeuvre on my mark.

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Ready?

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Now!

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Oh!

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-Ohh!

-Agh!

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-Yes!

-Ha-ha-ha!

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Where are they?

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Did you lose our kids?

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Temporarily.

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Didn't you have highly-trained WOA guards watching them?

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Check on the guards, Captain Hernandez.

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Yes, Commander. Don't trust a word they say.

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You people seem awfully quick to make accusations.

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A crime was committed. Someone is guilty.

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And if you can't find a scapegoat, you'll just create one.

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Are you accusing me of planting evidence?

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It's the only logical explanation.

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I'll be back to continue your questioning

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when you have calmed down.

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Ah, maybe next time I'll do the talking.

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These are the coordinates.

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There's certainly not a ship there any more.

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We need to approach this logically.

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We can't just...

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rush into everything.

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Drag marks.

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So it was dragged?

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Why drag something underwater?

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Right. Moving something that big takes a lot of power.

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So, it would be easier just to raise it.

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The drag marks are a decoy!

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They went in the opposite direction.

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You think the WOA is setting us up?

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Who else has the resources?

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What do you think they want?

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Hernandez seems awfully interested in our piece of the Ephemocron.

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Do you think he knows what it is?

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Even if he knows that it's part of an ancient navigation device,

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ours is only one piece of it. Without the rest, it's useless.

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Wait!

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Is that a lift bag?

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Exactly the kind of thing you'd use to raise a sunken ship.

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So they must have put the ship down somewhere near here.

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Huh, nothing the size of a ship nearby.

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But caves, chasms, craters.

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Check for somewhere to hide a ship.

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Bingo!

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There it is. The Minerva.

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Should we call the World Ocean Authority?

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If they come and the art is gone, they might still think we stole it.

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I have to check inside first.

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I'll stay here and keep a lookout.

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Please be careful.

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You can use my night onboard camera to see what I see.

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It's all here. Now we should call the Aronnax.

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OK, but maybe open a crate first?

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I just want to see one piece.

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You wanted to call the Aronnax to begin with!

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I know, but...one crate?

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Look right there. What's under that sheet?

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Wow!

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-MAN:

-It simply must be here somewhere!

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Ant, who was that?

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-What's happening?

-Have you checked all the crates?

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Still working our way through them.

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Do you smell that? That's the smell of rarity.

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Antiquity.

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It's magnificent.

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Ugh, it smells like mouldy old boxes.

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I suppose it would...to some.

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Keep looking. We won't leave until we've inspected

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every corner and crevice.

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Conger.

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Can anyone read me? Hello?

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This is Fontaine Nekton. Come on.

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Fontaine? This is Captain Hernandez.

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-Where are you?

-'I need to speak to my parents.'

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You may speak with me or nobody at all.

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'You have already placed yourself and your family in more trouble

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'by escaping your house arrest.'

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The best thing to do now is cooperate.

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Fine! We've found the ship, but the real thieves are in there.

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Send through the coordinates and we'll send our subs.

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Boss, is this what you're looking for?

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Yes. This is perfect.

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-Perfect and priceless.

-What is it?

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An ancient navigation device.

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Or part of one at least.

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But it's broken, isn't it?

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It is, and yet it is probably

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the most valuable item on this entire ship.

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-'Conger?'

-Speak to me, Hernandez.

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The Nekton children have found the Minerva.

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What?! You were supposed to keep them occupied!

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'And you were supposed to move the ship to somewhere

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'where it would not be found.

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'Now, ensure that the artefact is secured,

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'or our employer will be very unhappy.

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Order the crew to take the subs and grab those children now!

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Uh-oh.

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Ugh! Can't I go one day without getting into a high-speed chase?

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Commander, we've been thinking.

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We don't want to accuse anyone without evidence.

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We'll leave that to you.

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I'm doing the talking now. Remember?

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Commander, doesn't it strike you as odd

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that the person who retrieved the tracking logs

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that put us at the site of the theft

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is the same person who found the stolen painting?

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What are you suggesting?

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-ALARM RINGS

-What is that?

-Something's wrong.

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The bridge.

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Wait, you're all still under arrest!

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If something is wrong, you're going to need us.

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You can arrest us again later.

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Whoa!

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-False alarm.

-What would set off an alarm like that?

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Not what, who?

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Who was the last person on the bridge?

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Captain Hernandez.

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THUDDING What was that?

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No!

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The Ephemocron!

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There must be a reason Hernandez made his move now.

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Check the last transmission.

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There!

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Coordinates for something.

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The Minerva?

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Look at the intricate sculpting along the edges.

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The hand-cut precision.

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Yeah, I like that it's kind of, er...shiny.

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Shiny? What incredible insight.

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I don't really get art.

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-Clearly.

-If our employer just wants this thing,

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what happens to the rest of the stuff?

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The rest of this spectacular collection is mine to keep.

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Or sell for millions.

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Oh, now I appreciate art.

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Fontaine.

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Ant, what's happening?

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I'm still on the Minerva with the thieves.

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Hernandez is working with them.

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What?!

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Fontaine, are you OK?

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Argh!

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Yeah, just fine!

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Ant, behind you!

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-Huh?

-No!

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No sign of Hernandez.

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Radio your fleet. We will converge on this position...

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You do not issue orders to my people...

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You're wasting our time arguing.

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Our kids are out there doing your job.

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OK. Let's go.

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You made that fake video, didn't you?

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You're the one trying to frame me.

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And the salvage company that hired the Nektons? Moi.

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Having a bad day, aren't you?

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-You're a thief!

-Is it really stealing

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if people had all but forgotten that these artworks existed?

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Er, yeah, it is.

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Agree to disagree.

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I shall be leaving here with all of this marvellous artwork in tow.

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My vehicle should be here in three, two, one...

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We will take the Minerva aboard my ship,

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strip it of everything valuable,

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then deposit it somewhere far away.

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That can't be good.

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Hmm.

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Oh!

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Grab him!

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Oh!

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Oh, dear.

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I'll take that, thank you.

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You give that back! I'm warning you!

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'Ant, do you read? I need a little help out here.

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-'Ant, heads up!'

-I see you.

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Hernandez, they have taken the Ephemocron piece.

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-Stop them!

-They won't get away.

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No!

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Stop them!

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I'll get the cables, you handle them.

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He's on your tail!

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Surprise!

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ENGINE STALLS

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You are useless!

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I'll capture the boy myself at any cost.

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THUD!

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What's the cost of a broken windshield?

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No, you fool! Stop!

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Last one. Whoohoo!

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You could have warned me!

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Sorry.

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Ha-ha! Better hurry, you're leaking.

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You will pay for this!

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I'll tell that to the World Ocean Authority.

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They're arriving any minute.

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Oh!

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Hey, what about me?

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That's it. Run away!

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Oh, yeah, oh, yeah!

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It's good to see you safe.

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Do you have any idea where Conger was going?

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Er...I'm happy to see you safe as well.

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Of course. And, with the Minerva recovered,

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WOA will see to it that the artwork is properly protected.

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Commander, we've recovered this from the Minerva.

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The painting Hernandez planted was a fake.

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This is the real Child With Kraken.

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That's Child With Kraken? Can I see it?

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-Oh!

-We've cleaned and replaced

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-everything that was disrupted during our search.

-Everything?

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Well... There was this one cookie that we couldn't replace.

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One cookie?

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Er...six cookies.

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Thank you, Nektons.

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WOA apologises for the misunderstanding.

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The Nektons might sometimes be troublemakers, Commander...

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But we are not thieves.

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Next time you think we might be involved in something, just call us.

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Wait, can I take a photo of Child With Kraken before you leave?

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Are you OK?

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We lost it, Kaiko. Without that piece of the Ephemocron,

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we may never find the Maria.

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Oh, yeah. I managed to liberate this from a master criminal.

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Ta-da!

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That's amazing! So...we lost a piece...

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-And gained a piece.

-And now we know other pieces still exist.

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Maybe we can find them all.

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Um, guys? I kind of just did.

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It's the Ephemocron. All of it.

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Huh?

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What are you all staring at?

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The Nektons are arrested for stealing! Ant and Fontaine escape to prove their innocence, but whoever set them up is already two steps ahead. Clearing the Nekton name won't be easy - especially with a spy aboard the Aronnax!


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