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The Laughing Archipelago located somewhere in Paradise, though it's exact location is a bit of a mystery and existence surrounded in myths due to the fact that it doesn't have a magnetic pull like other islands, making it impossible to find with log poses. Having stumbled upon it not long after setting out on his travels, Larsi made his base on the lush, forest island.
The entrance to the base of the Silver Hair Pirates is through a narrow strait named The Green Teeth. It is named so for the outposts on either side of the passing that watches and guards the entrance to the small town inside, The Silver Resort, where the crew can kick back and relax after a raid.
Behind the base is The Retreat. Its a small river leading out to the ocean, below a steep hill that serves as a good defense against ambushes, but at the bottom a small ship stands ready to carry the pirates off should a frontal attack prove too much.
Two other outposts can be found on the island, The Bird's Beak, named for the shape of the sharp peninsula shaped piece of land jutting out holds a outpost where a crewman can watch far in most directions. The Lonely Hovel is named for the small shack whoever is on guard has to stay in, as well as the fact that the walk back is through such an unwelcome terrain that it makes traveling back and forth between it and the Resort much harder. The crew usually draw lots for not having to take that shift, though if one wants peace and quiet, it's a good choice.
Lastly, about as big as the rest of the island, looming above it like a giant, is The Green Hair. Someone in the crew, no one remembers anymore, came up with the name early on, a joke on Larsi's moniker and the fact that it looks like the hair for the rest of the island from up above, and it just stuck. The thick forest has over the years been made room for several hiding spots, caves, etc. mostly for treasure. Due to this, it would also work great as a defensive position, a pitfall of dangers for anyone unaware. At the far end, though not in a set position, there will usually be a man on guard too.