step forward 100 years and we get to the hms warrior. just as the decks, stairs and cabins on the warrior are bigger than its much older 300 years of royal navy history (pictures) up next.
i've been building stairs inside homes and on decks for almost 30 years. there are lots of viable methods that avoid the pitfalls that lead to uneven risers, tilted staircases, and downright collapses; in this article, i describe my practices for building a set of stairs with cut stringers (stringers notched out for treads and risers), probably the most common type of stringers used on decks.
the next step is to do the same but with giant rat searching itself and pyramid turtle until finally summoning a greatly powered up shadow ghoul with 3,000 attack. for the pesky monsters that high attack alone can't get rid of (i.e. spirit reaper and marshmallon) the deck has x2 exiled force to destroy them, which is also searchable by giant rat.
on the ships deck, head down the steps ahead to the central deck and you will see a lever. pull this anti-clockwise to set the cannon (falconet) into position above the weak floor. now turn south to see a gap in the outer railing, jump off the plank here from the side off the ship and into the water below.
treasure location: in a grass/flower patch below the stairs that lead to hazeltine mansion's entrance, on the left hand side below those stairs in front of a purple chest, search the spot to find the box. loot: princess makeup kit
my current steps overhang the sides. they're rotting and needs to be replaced. i want to cut the new step planks flush to the side so i can get 2 pieces out of a 10' long piece of wood.
on the southern/down part of the hip & hopping alley there is a chain link fence on the left hand side that you can cl through and go up the fire escape stairs. loot: getaway plush; on the east/right hand side of hip & hopping alley there is a silver truck you can climb upon and jump over the brick fence, then go south/down. loot: staminum
stair tread nosing. when building your stairs, it usually works well to use two deck boards to build the stair tread. the tread is the part of the stair that you walk on and is held in place by fasteners mounted to the horizontal surface of the stair stringers. when installing the tread, many builders project the front end of the deck boards