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Fenian's Revenge

A Victorian Science Fiction Submarine Kit

15” long x 4” wide x 4” high

VSF Sub #1

Early in the spring of 1870, The Fenian’s Revenge #1 slid down the ways into Copenhagen Harbor where it straight-a-way sank right to the bottom carrying with it, its designer Professor Ossian McEvoy,  its Captain, Rory MacShane and two unnamed crewmen.    After the initial shock of the loss of the bold Captain and crew Mrs. Maureen McEvoy arranged for the O’Cullen Salvage Company to dive on the supposed location of the wreck and recover it if possible.  

Weeks went by and the harbor folk became accustomed to seeing the salvage barge anchored over the wreck of the submarine.   The services for the dead had been held in the Seaman’s Chapel and the floral tributes that had been thrown into the harbor had long since drifted off.   After a week or so, the newspapers and their readers lost interest in the fate of the “Crackpot McEvoy” and focused their attention on a juicy political scandal which had just broken.      

 And so it seemed that the fate of the lost submarine would join the ranks of the great mysteries of the seas.  Given a few more weeks and it would have been forgotten all together.   That is, until a string of mysterious unexplained, disappearances of British Registered vessels in the Chanel and the North Sea began to awaken the interest of the British Admiralty.     Then someone remembered the depredations of Captain Nemo and his Pirate Submarine.   Mycroft Homes looking back though his collection of recent newspaper clippings saw the name “Fenian’s Revenge and put two and two together – it only having been a little over two years since the Fenian revolt of 1868.   

A British agent, who rushed off to Copenhagen, could find no trace of the two widows or any family for the other missing crewmen.    When questioned about the wreck of the Fenian’s Revenge, Cullen O’Cullen of O’Cullen Salvage Company just said, “We couldn’t find it.   It is pretty murky down there.   It must have sunk into the mud.”

 Thus it was that the saga of the Rebel Submarine began.   Get your copy of the Reviresco Kit now and join in the fun.  Create your own tales of mystery and intrigue as the British Navy goes full steam ahead in the search for the Fenian’s Revenge.

Reviresco’s download kit of the full hull version is an easy build with three pages of parts and three pages of photo illustrated instructions.    This kit is a 6 in 1 kit with 6 possible color variations.    “Just how many of these damned Fenian submarines are there?” screamed Vice-Admiral Portly, as he ran for the life boats, abandoning the sinking Cruiser HMS Fabulous.  

 

 

 

 

 
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