Captain Henri Nathans moved behind his communicator's chair, watching as he tapped out a series of beats into the telegraph, pausing after a second to listen through the headset. Turning in his chair, the communicator said, "They're granting us access, sir, but say that they'll need to see the letter as soon as we land." Henri nodded, relaying the instructions to his helmsman while he found the letter he had received from Her Majesty not a week ago. It read: Dearest Henri, It is with great regret that I tell you that both you and your counterpart's former mentor, Iron Harry, has recently resurfaced in European waters, as fierce and deadly as he was when he first went traitor. Already, in the few days he's been here, he has destroyed four airships under the Union Jack. I fear that he will continue in his killing spree until he gets to his two loose ends. Your job now, instead of simply attacking France and Spain's airships, is to bring me back his flag and his head. I know you wouldn't be able to do this alone, so I have sent a similar summons to your counterpart. She should arrive at the Royal Flagship by the end of the week, as should you. Make haste, dear Henri, I don't know how long Iron Harry will remain as he is, dormant. Sincerely, Her Majesty Now in the fore deck, Henri gazed out of the windows as his ship, The Axis, moved underneath Her Majesty's Royal Flagship. The hooks came out of the hole in the loading bay and connected with the sides of his ship, hoisting it into the enormous airship. Stepping out of the main hatch, he produced the letter and its royal seal, and was promptly taken to the meeting hall where the Queen would be waiting.