20000 Leagues Under The Sea - Adaptation
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20000 Leagues Under The Sea - Adaptation

Emmanuelle Cotte
by EmmanuelleCotte on 30 May 2022 for Rookie Awards 2022

In 1866, several violent shipwrecks were caused. We speak therefore of a monstrous beast, fast and with colossal strength. Aronnax the scientist embarks on a ship to hunt the mysterious monster, but gets captive of it. She finds out that the monster is actually a submarine: The Nautilus.

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In 1866, several violent shipwrecks were caused. We speak therefore of a monstrous beast, fast and with colossal strength.

Aronnax the scientist embarks on the Commandant Farragut's ship and meets Ned Land the harpooner. They begin the hunt of the mysterious monster, but get captive of it. They find out that the monster is actually a submarine: The Nautilus. Its captain, named Nemo, is a secret man who ran away from the surface and the society.

Everybody gather together for a underwater world tour, in which they will face abyssal creatures and discover hidden worlds with extraordinary knowledges.

But... What is hiding Captain Nemo behind his impassive face? 

The story happens in a steampunk universe, with a technology different than ours, but credible for the timeline. 

The Nautilus is a submarine with an advenced technology, confounded with an underwater monster. 

Captain Nemo is a very secret man and avid collector of treasures and knowledge. He lost an eye during a battle against an underwater creature but replaced it by a piece of the stone of his cane: a gemstone collected in a hidden abyssal city, which give him some extraordinary habilities but exacerbates his thirst for vengence against society. 

Aronnax is a distinguished naturalist, prisoner of the Nautilus. But she will develop a frienship with the Captain Nemo, who will show her his discoveries of the underwater world. She is very curious and ready to find out what are the secrets of this adventure. 


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