It is 1820. You are in the ship Pequod under the commander of Captain Ahab. The mission is a whales hunting; their valuable fat is a great promise for significant profit.
But it soon becomes apparent that you are in a conflict:
The captain, Ahab, said he must demand a change in the purpose of the journey. He argued that he must chase Moby Dick, a giant white whale that few years earlier caused him to lose his leg. Ahab claims that pride is more important than money. He must kill Moby Dick, it’s a matter of saving his face and save profession.
In contrast, Starbuck, the first mate, opposed the idea. He says we are here to make a living and not to endanger ourselves for saving his face.
Who will you support?
Each one of you is tasked with a different opinion. Share it to others and try to reach an agreement.
Reading Melville's novel "Moby Dick"
Sailor onboard the hunters ship Pequod. A lonely, orphan young man that seeks adventure
First mate of the whaling ship Pequod is a thoughtful guy, cautious and a member of Quakers religious community ... he came to the ship to work and earn a tidy sum.
Skilled and experienced whaling men. A Happy person by nature that believes in fate, and therefore is not concerned about the dangers. Nevertheless, in a pinch remembers to pray to God… just in case…
His distinguished mark is his eternal pipe.
Flask is a third captain of the Pequod. He is short, sturdy and solid with a combative nature. He takes lost to whales as a personal insult, and Scrappy with them.
The captain of the Pequod. Stormy man, charismatic and impressive, with extensive experience in whales hunting. Lost his leg during a failed attempt to hunt down Moby Dick, a giant white whale. Has become the pursuit of Moby Dick an obsessive vendetta.