there were no test runs for the engines. no one double checked if everything would work as flawless as they have imagined. they didn’t calculate the minimum or maximum capacity that the machinery can manage. and i tell you, the map is as incompetent as the one who can interpret it. surely the soldiers would have hopped off the ship if they all knew this, they definitely would have. only the wind can predict whether it would be as successful as they hoped for. veering is not allowed. penetration cannot happen. wood has started burning. if there’s a distinct characteristic this fleet is known for, it’s the determination to push through against the tides.