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A picture taken secretly, showing one of the ships under development.

It is being reported by our Pippen office that two new luxury craft are being developed by Feral Marine, and workers are so excited by them that they are leaking information about it.

“It’s in our Pippen facility and it’s hasn’t even made it off paper yet, but it is close,” a worker told us. “If Chia knew we were talking to you she would have us disappeared, all I can tell you right now is that it is about 40 meters long, has 3 bedrooms, two baths, kitchen, dining room, and a bar on the second floor with lounge seating.”

The two luxury craft have been dubbed the Feral Puma and the Feral Jaguar, both of which are likely to follow the release of the MLB. At the time of this article, a scripting team was working on all of the craft.

A new teaser for an upcoming release of the Dixie Belle came from Dutch Harbor (link), and Waterbank literati are calling it the best fiction they’ve seen since Forgier’s testimony on embezzlement.

“The style of the writing and the dialogue really capture your imagination,” said Theolonious Sun, a member of the Mark Twain fan club and Waterbank book reviewer. “Well quoted Analyse!”

The larger RB-L Fire can even house a small crew.

Competition has been increasing in the area of firefighting vehicles, and Feral Marine has been pulling in record sales of its two new firefighting boats, the RB-L Fire (link) and the fast response Prowler Fire.

Fire departments everywhere have been buying up the craft, and even small departments have opened their wallets for the two vessels that can put out HD and Tredpro fires. Packed with animations and powered by Rez Gray scripts, Feral Marine has already surpassed older products in the market.

Feral Marine is considering a recall over an almost released product, the Marine Prowler, after the Waterbank Coastal Regulatory Commission said that it is too fast. “It creates an unfair advantage to whoever owns it – and that could be smugglers and catnip runners.”

Feral Marine’s CEO, Chia replied to the commission. “Bob knows that FM doesn’t like to put limits on our products. We make them as accessible and available as possible. Also, one guy in a cubicle in the basement shouldn’t be called a ‘commission’.”

The boat is the latest in a set of released products from Feral Marine, which says that Coast Guards and police forces are welcome to purchase the craft to stay competitive. An early version of the boat will go to the Blake Sea demo site (link).