The formation of our crew has been a long process. It has taken weeks of travel to find the best people for each and every job, but we are finally nearing the end of the recruitment stage with only one vital position unfilled.
At first, we of course needed a strong leader. On a distant island chain we found a ruler who is renowned for his wisdom and judgment.
Naturally, we also needed someone with the necessary military acumen to command our troops. We had to sail over 2000 km before we finally secured a high-ranking officer with the necessary combat experience.
There was also the question of feeding our troops. Definitely a position not to be taken lightly – a well-fed army is certain to crush an equally strong but malnourished one. It took well over 4000 km of travel before we came across someone with the nutritional expertise required to prepare our troops' meals.
There is still one important position left to be filled. We need someone to prepare the bread for our soldiers, preferably someone with experience of cooking delicious desserts as well.
How far do you think we have to travel to find our missing crew member?