Pirates of the Caribbean 2003 -2017

 

Image result for pirates of the caribbeanPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is a 2003 American fantasy swashbuckler film directed by Gore Verbinski and the first film in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. Produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer, the film is based on Walt Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disney theme parks[3] The story follows pirate Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) and blacksmith Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) as they rescue the kidnapped Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) from the cursed crew of the Black Pearl, captained by Hector Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), who become undead skeletons at night.

In the late 17th century, while sailing to Port Royal, Jamaica, Governor Weatherby Swann, his daughter Elizabeth, and Lieutenant James Norrington encounter a shipwreck and recover a boy, Will Turner. Elizabeth discovers a golden pirate medallion around his neck, keeping it in order to protect him. Elizabeth sees a ghost ship vanish into the fog.

Eight years later, Norrington is promoted to Commodore and proposes to Elizabeth, but her corset makes her faint and fall into the sea and activate the medallion. Captain Jack Sparrow comes to Port Royal to commandeer a ship, and rescues her. Norrington identifies Jack, and a chase ensues. Jack encounters Will, now a blacksmith and swordsman. They duel, and Jack is captured and imprisoned.

That night, the Black Pearl, which Elizabeth saw as a child, attacks Port Royal searching for the medallion. The crew of the Black Pearl capture Elizabeth, taking her to meet Captain Barbossa for negotiations. Elizabeth claims her last name is Turner, to conceal her identity as the governor’s daughter, but Barbossa takes her prisoner. Elizabeth learns that after Barbossa’s crew took the cursed treasure of Cortés from Isla de Muerta, they were forced to bear the curse of undeath; they appear as heavily decomposed corpses in moonlight. To lift the curse, they need to return all 882 gold pieces with the blood of the owner of each piece. Elizabeth’s medallion is the final piece.

Will Turner frees Jack to rescue Elizabeth, with whom he is in love. Jack agrees upon learning Will’s surname. The two commandeer the HMS Interceptor and head for Tortuga to recruit a crew, including Jack’s friend Joshamee Gibbs. Jack reveals that Will’s father “Bootstrap” Bill Turner was a pirate, who was thrown overboard while tied by his bootstraps to a cannonball. Gibbs tells Will that Jack was captain of the Black Pearl until Barbossa mutinied and marooned him. At Isla de Muerta, Will and Jack witness Barbossa sacrificing Elizabeth’s blood and the final gold piece. The curse is not lifted because the medallion belonged to Bootstrap Bill, making Will the owner by bloodline. Will rescues Elizabeth and brings her to the Interceptor, while Jack is captured by Barbossa and his crew and gets locked in the brig of the Black Pearl.

The Pearl pursues the Interceptor, taking the crew hostage and destroying the ship. Will makes a deal with Barbossa to release Elizabeth in exchange for his blood, but Barbossa exploits a loophole in the agreement, marooning Jack and Elizabeth on the island Jack was left on before. Elizabeth makes a smoke signal, and Commodore Norrington brings the HMS Dauntless to rescue Elizabeth and arrest Jack. Elizabeth requests Norrington to return for Will, convincing him by accepting his marriage proposal.

That night, the Dauntless arrives at Isla de Muerta. Jack plans to lure the pirates out to be ambushed by the crew of the Dauntless, but the plan goes awry when Barbossa’s crew walks underwater to attack Dauntless. Elizabeth escapes the Dauntless and frees Jack’s crew from the Pearl. They refuse to rescue Will, so Elizabeth sets out on her own while Jack’s crew takes the Pearl and flees.

Jack reaches a deal with Barbossa to operate a pirate fleet, but suddenly frees Will and duels Barbossa, while Elizabeth and Will fight off Barbossa’s crew. Barbossa stabs Jack, but the latter is revealed to be under the curse, having taken a piece of gold from Cortez’s chest. Jack reveals the deception as a coup to win back the Pearl. Jack shoots Barbossa, and Will drops the medallion into the chest, with his blood on it. The curse is lifted, causing Barbossa to die from Jack’s gunshot; the rest of Barbossa’s crew, realizing that they are no longer immortal, surrender and are arrested.

At Port Royal, Jack is led to the gallows to be hanged for piracy. Elizabeth diverts Norrington’s attention and Will attempts a rescue, but Will and Jack are surrounded and held at gunpoint. Elizabeth intercedes and declares her love for Will, leaving Norrington crestfallen. Jack dives into the sea and escapes aboard the Black Pearl, which is waiting nearby. Governor Swann pardons Will and gives his blessing for Elizabeth to marry him. Norrington permits Jack and the Pearl “one day’s head start” before initiating pursuit.

In a post-credits scene, Barbossa’s pet monkey “Jack” steals a piece of gold from the chest and regains immortality.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest is a 2006 American fantasy swashbuckler film and the second installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, following The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003). It was directed by Gore Verbinski, written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. In the film, the wedding of Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) is interrupted by Lord Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander), who wants Turner to acquire the compass of Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) in a bid to find the Dead Man’s Chest. Sparrow discovers his debt to Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) is due.

The wedding of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann is interrupted by Lord Cutler Beckett, chairman of the East India Trading Company, who has arrest warrants for the couple as well as for Commodore James Norrington, for allowing Captain Jack Sparrow to escape execution. Norrington’s whereabouts are uncertain, as he resigned after his obsessive pursuit of Sparrow resulted in the Navy’s flagship, HMS Dauntless, being destroyed in a typhoon. Elizabeth is imprisoned and Jack reunites with Will’s father Bootstrap Bill, on the Black Pearl. Bootstrap reveals he is a crewman on the Flying Dutchman, captained by Davy Jones, whom Jack previously made a deal with to raise the Pearl from the depths. Jack must join Jones’ crew or be dragged to Davy Jones’ Locker by the monstrous Kraken. Beckett promises to free Elizabeth if Will tracks down Jack and brings him Jack’s magic compass which points to whatever the holder wants most.

Will eventually finds Jack’s crew on an island ruled by cannibals, who worship Jack as a god, from which they escape. Shortly after, Governor Swann tries to escape Port Royal with Elizabeth but is captured. Elizabeth negotiates with Beckett to let her escape to find the compass herself, and she hides aboard a Scottish merchant vessel, the Edinburgh Trader. The pirates meet voodoo priestess Tia Dalma (Naomie Harris), who tells them Jones’ weakness is his heart, locked within the Dead Man’s Chest. Locating the Dutchman, Will who makes a deal with Jack to find the key to the chest in return for the compass, is shanghaied into service while Jones sends Jack to bring him one-hundred souls so his blood debt can be paid. On the Dutchman, Will meets his father, and learns that the chest’s key is in Jones’ possession. After playing a game of liar’s dice against Davy Jones, Bootstrap helps Will escape with the key, but Jones sends the Kraken after him, dragging the destroyed Edinburgh Trader to the depths.

In Tortuga, Jack hires a new crew, including Elizabeth, and Norrington, now a drunkard. With Elizabeth’s use of Jack’s compass, they are able to locate the chest. All parties arrive on Isla Cruces where the chest is buried but a three-way sword fight breaks out between Jack, Will, and Norrington who all want the heart for their respective goals: Jack wants to call off the Kraken, Will wants to rescue his father, and Norrington wants to regain his life as a Navy officer. In the chaos, Jack obtains Jones’ heart and hides it in a jar of dirt, but Norrington secretly steals the heart and runs off pretending to lure away the Dutchmans crew. Jones attacks the Pearl with the Kraken, which devours most of the crew and destroys all but one of the Pearls lifeboats, but Jack, who briefly flees the battle, returns and wounds it with a net full of explosives.

Jack orders the survivors to abandon ship, but Elizabeth, realizing that the Kraken only wants Jack, tricks him by kissing him, in the process chaining him to the mast so that the crew can escape the Kraken. Jack manages to break free, but is dragged with the Pearl down to the bottom of the sea by the Kraken. Jones discovers that his heart was successfully stolen and lost. In Port Royal, Norrington approaches Beckett and gives him the heart and Letters of Marque meant for Jack, allowing him back into the navy as well as allowing Beckett to gain control of Davy Jones and the seas. The Pearl’s crew take shelter with Tia Dalma, where they all agree to rescue Jack. Tia Dalma introduces the captain that will guide them: the resurrected Captain Barbossa.

In a post-credits scene, the cannibalistic tribe now worships a dog in replacement of Jack.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End is a 2007 American epic fantasy swashbuckler film directed by Gore Verbinski and the third installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. The film stars Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Stellan Skarsgård, Bill Nighy, Chow Yun-Fat, and Geoffrey Rush. The plot follows Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann, Hector Barbossa, and the crew of the Black Pearl rescuing Captain Jack Sparrow from Davy Jones’s Locker, and then preparing to fight the East India Trading Company, led by Cutler Beckett, who controls Davy Jones and plans to extinguish piracy forever. It is the last film in the series to be directed by Verbinski. It was filmed in two shoots during 2005 and 2006, the former simultaneously with the preceding film, Dead Man’s Chest. With a production budget of $300 million, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End was the most expensive film ever made at the time of its release, even after adjusting for inflation.

To control the oceans, Lord Cutler Beckett executes anyone associated with piracy by ordering Davy Jones to destroy all pirate ships in the seas. Condemned prisoners sing “Hoist the Colours” to compel the nine Pirate Lords to convene at Shipwreck Cove to hold the Brethren Court. Because Captain Jack Sparrow, one of the Pirate Lords, never named a successor before being killed, Captain Barbossa, along with Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann, Tia Dalma, and the crew of the Black Pearl, plot to rescue Jack from Davy Jones’s Locker. Traveling to Singapore, the crew meet Captain Sao Feng, who owns navigational charts to the Locker and quickly gains an unpredictable interest in Elizabeth. Beckett’s soldiers invade, but the crew escape. Feng and Turner make a deal to give Jack to Feng, so he in turn can use the Pearl to rescue his father Bootstrap Bill from the Flying Dutchman. The crew travels to the locker and rescues the marooned Jack. They find themselves trapped, encountering dead souls, including Elizabeth’s father Governor Swann. They learn the Dutchman must always have a captain.

Returning to the living world, the Pearl is attacked by Sao Feng and Beckett’s men. Through a complex series of deals, Elizabeth is handed over to Feng, who believes she is the goddess Calypso, while the rest of the crew make for Shipwreck Cove aboard the Pearl, though Jack later throws Will off the ship as part of the plan to seize control of the Dutchman. Sao Feng tells Elizabeth that the first Brethren Court bound Calypso in human form after she betrayed her lover, Davy Jones. He plans to release her to defeat Beckett. Davy Jones attacks Feng’s ship, but Feng appoints Elizabeth his successor as Pirate Lord before dying. Admiral Norrington frees Elizabeth and her new crew from the Dutchman, but is killed by a crazed Bootstrap Bill.

The Black Pearl arrives at Shipwreck Cove where Barbossa attempts to persuade the Brethren Court to release Calypso. Davy Jones visits Tia Dalma in the Pearl‘s brig, revealing she is Calypso, and they promise to be together again. Jack’s father Captain Teague and Keeper of the Pirate Code, informs the Court that only an elected Pirate King can decide. A vote is taken. To avoid a stalemate, Jack casts his vote for Elizabeth, making her King.

The Brethren Court and Beckett’s fleets emerge for war. On a sandbank, Elizabeth, Jack, Barbossa, Beckett, Jones, and Will parley, trading Will for Jack, and Barbossa steals Jack’s piece of eight, all of which are owned by the Pirate Lords and required to free Calypso. Barbossa frees Calypso, but when Will reveals it was Jones who made it possible for the first Court to imprison her, Calypso vanishes and summons an enormous maelstrom.

The Pearl and the Dutchman battle in the maelstrom. Elizabeth and Will are wed by Barbossa before swinging over to the Dutchman to aid Jack. On board the Dutchman, Jones and Jack engage in a duel, with Jones gaining the upper hand. Jones stabs Will with a sword, causing Bootstrap to fly into a rage and attack Jones. Jones begins to gain the upper hand, but Jack and Elizabeth help Will stab Jones’ heart. Jones falls into the maelstrom, while Will succumbs to his injuries. Jack and Elizabeth escape the Dutchman as it is sucked into the maelstrom, while the crew of the Dutchman converge on Will, led by Bootstrap.

As Beckett’s ship, the Endeavour, approaches to destroy the Pearl, the Dutchman rises, now captained by Will, and the crew free of Jones’ curse. Together, the two pirate ships destroy the Endeavour, with a stunned Beckett going down with the ship while his navy retreats, demoralized by the loss of both the Endeavour and their commander in Beckett. With Will now bound to escort souls lost at sea to the next world for ten years, he and Elizabeth bid farewell to each other on the beach of an abandoned island for ten years. Elizabeth and Will have sex before he departs on the Dutchman, leaving her pregnant and with the chest containing his heart.

Jack and Joshamee Gibbs discover Barbossa has stolen the Black Pearl again, but Jack planned ahead and cut out Sao Feng’s navigational charts, departing from Tortuga alone to track down the mythical Fountain of Youth to become immortal.

In a post-credits scene, set ten years later, Elizabeth and her son Henry watch from a sea cliff as Will returns aboard the Dutchman.

The film's main character Jack Sparrow stands on a beach. He wears a red bandana, a dark blue vest with a white shirt underneath and black pants. Attached to his belt are two guns and a scarf. A ship with flaming sails is approaching from the sea. In the background, three mermaids are sitting on a rock. The names of the main actors are seen atop the poster, and the film credits are at the bottom.Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is a 2011 American fantasy swashbuckler film and the fourth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. It is the first film in the series not to be directed by Gore Verbinski, being replaced by Rob Marshall. Jerry Bruckheimer again served as producer. The film serves as a stand-alone sequel to the previous installments. In the film, which draws its plot loosely from the novel On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is joined by Angelica (Penélope Cruz) in his search for the Fountain of Youth, confronting the infamous pirate Blackbeard (Ian McShane). The film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and released in the United States on May 20, 2011. It was the first film in the series to be released in the Disney Digital 3-D and IMAX 3D formats.

After a failed attempt to rescue his first mate, Joshamee Gibbs in London, Captain Jack Sparrow is brought before King George II. The king wants Jack to guide an expedition to the Fountain of Youth before King Ferdinand and the Spanish Navy can locate it. Jack’s old nemesis, Captain Hector Barbossa, now a privateer in service to the British Navy after losing his leg and ship, the Black Pearl, which he says was sunk, is heading the expedition.

Jack refuses the offer and escapes. He meets up with his father, Captain Teague, who warns Jack about the Fountain’s rituals. Jack learns someone is impersonating him to recruit a crew to find the Fountain. The impostor is Angelica, Jack’s former lover, and the daughter of the ruthless pirate Blackbeard, who practices voodoo magic and wields the mythical “Sword of Triton” that controls his ship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge. While Jack is shanghaied aboard Blackbeard’s ship, Gibbs escapes execution by memorizing and destroying Jack’s map showing the Fountain’s location, forcing Barbossa to take him along.

Meanwhile, after a failed mutiny aboard the Queen Anne’s Revenge, Jack is forced to guide the crew to the Fountain. Blackbeard seeks the Fountain’s power to circumvent his predestined fatal encounter with a “one-legged man”, who happened to be Barbossa. Jack must find two silver chalices aboard Juan Ponce de León’s missing flagship, the Santiago. The Fountain’s water must simultaneously be drunk by two people from the chalices. Drinking from one chalice containing a mermaid’s tear will extend life; the second person dies, their remaining years of life transferred to the other drinker. Jack also discovers that the Black Pearl was captured and shrunk before being added to Blackbeard’s collection of other shrunken ships in bottles.

The Queen Anne’s Revenge heads for Whitecap Bay to find and harvest mermaid tears. A mermaid named Syrena is caught, but Philip Swift, a captive missionary, falls in love with her. Reaching Ponce de León’s ship on an uncharted island, Angelica and Blackbeard coerce Jack into retrieving both chalices. Jack locates the grounded, decaying vessel, only to find Barbossa there. Both guess that the Spanish have taken the chalices, after they are nowhere to be found on the vessel.

Jack and Barbossa team up to sneak into the Spanish camp and steal the chalices. Barbossa reveals he only wants revenge against Blackbeard for attacking the Black Pearl, and his leg being amputated. Jack and Barbossa escape with the chalices. Meanwhile, Syrena, reciprocating Philip’s love, is tricked into shedding a tear. Blackbeard collects it, leaving her to die while Philip is forced to go with them. Jack returns with the chalices and bargains with Blackbeard for Angelica’s safety, Jack’s confiscated magical compass, and Gibbs’ release. In return, Jack vows to give Blackbeard the chalices and lead him to the Fountain; Blackbeard agrees, and Gibbs is set free with the compass.

At the Fountain, Blackbeard’s crew is confronted by Barbossa and his men and they battle while Barbossa and Blackbeard fight. The Spanish suddenly arrive, intending to destroy the Fountain, believing its power an abomination against God. They crush the chalices and throw them in the swamp. When Barbossa stabs Blackbeard with a poisoned sword, Angelica pulls it out but is cut and poisoned. Barbossa obtains Blackbeard’s magic sword and gains control of the Queen Anne’s Revenge and her crew. Philip is mortally wounded, but he returns to free Syrena. She retrieves the missing chalices and gives them to Jack, telling him not to waste her tear. Syrena goes back to the dying Philip. She says she can save him if he asks her to. When he asks for her forgiveness, she kisses him and takes him underwater.

With Blackbeard and Angelica both nearing death, Jack wants Angelica to drink from the chalice containing the tear. Instead, Blackbeard drinks it, asking his daughter to sacrifice herself. Angelica agrees and drinks from the second chalice. Jack is upset to lose Angelica, but realizes he made a mistake about which chalice contained the tear. Neither of the two are happy, and believe Jack tricked them. Angelica’s wounds are healed as the Fountain fatally consumes Blackbeard’s body.

Eventually, Jack & Angelica admit their love for each other, yet he distrusts her intentions and strands her on a cay. Now wielding Blackbeard’s magical sword, Barbossa captains the Queen Anne’s Revenge and returns to piracy. Jack finds Gibbs, who had used the compass to locate the Revenge. He reclaims the shrunken Black Pearl and the other conquered ships in bottles, carrying them in a gunny sack. The two leave, hoping to revert the Black Pearl to its original size.

In a post-credits scene, a voodoo doll of Jack crafted by Blackbeard washes ashore and is found by Angelica, who then smiles

 

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (also known as Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge)is a 2017 American fantasy swashbuckler film, and the fifth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. The film is directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg from a script by Jeff Nathanson, with Jerry Bruckheimer serving again as producer. Johnny Depp, Kevin McNally and Geoffrey Rush reprise their roles as Jack Sparrow, Joshamee Gibbs and Hector Barbossa, respectively. The film also stars Javier Bardem as Armando Salazar, Brenton Thwaites as Henry Turner and Kaya Scodelario as Carina Smyth. The film also features the returns of Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley as Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann respectively, following their absence from the fourth installment, On Stranger Tides

An 11-year old Henry Turner sneaks out of the house at night to row his boat to specific coördinates. Here, he boards the Flying Dutchman the moment it rises from the depths of the ocean. He meets his father, Will Turner and tells him he’s found a way to break his curse and free him from his ship. Will, though touched, does not believe such a thing is possible and orders Henry to leave and never come back.

Eight years later, Henry now works on a ship commanded by the British Royal Navy. While chasing another ship, Henry realizes the captain is about to sail them into the Devil’s Triangle, a dangerous and treacherous place. The captain, however, will not listen to Henry’s warnings. As they sail into the triangle, they come across a shipwreck that quickly comes to life with undead pirates, lead by Captain Salazar. The ghost crew board the ship and kill everyone in their path. Henry, who had been thrown into a cell, is confronted by Salazar, who sees a “Wanted” poster for Captain Jack Sparrow in Henry’s cell. He allows Henry to live so he can tell the tale of the ghost crew, and deliver a message to Jack.

Meanwhile, a young woman named Carina Smythe has been sentenced to death for witchcraft because of her scientific knowledge of Astronomy and Horology. She manages to escape her cell and briefly runs into Jack, who is attempting to rob a bank with his crew. She seeks out Henry, who has also been sentenced to death for supposedly committing treachery aboard the vessel of the Royal Navy. She tells him she knows of a way to find the Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that grants its possessor total control over the seas which Henry plans to use to break his father’s curse. She helps him escape, but both her and Jack are captured and brought to the town square to be executed. Together with Jack’s crew, Henry helps them escape and they sail away on Jack’s ship, The Dying Gull. Carina fills them in on a map in her posession that will lead them to Poseidon’s Trident, and reluctantly decides to team up with Henry and Jack in order to achieve their goal. Not much later, Salazar and his crew are able to break free from the Triangle in which they were trapped, and he ropes Captain Barbossa into helping him track down and kill Jack. Salazar explains how he and his crew once sailed the seas to kill every pirate, until they ran into Jack Sparrow, who had not been a captain yet. Jack tricked them into sailing into the Devil’s Triangle, where Salazar and his crew died and were cursed to remain undead, and trapped within the Triangle.

Soon, Salazar’s ship finds The Dying Gull. However, Jack, Henry and Carina escape on a rowboat while the crew remains on board to cause a distraction. Salazar and his crew chase Jack, but upon arriving at a small island, Jack realizes the ghost crew can’t set foot upon land. Barbossa then comes after Jack instead, but decides to help him, and returns the Black Pearl to its former glory. Together, the crew sail away and soon arrive at the location of Poseidon’s Trident, a small island that isn’t on any map. Jack, Carina and Barbossa find the trident, hidden at the bottom of the ocean, which parts in two upon the activation of the Trident. A battle ensues once Salazar finds the Black Pearl, and Salazar gains the upper hand on Jack, hellbent on killing him which he hopes will free him and his crew from their curse. Henry eventually gets his hands on the Trident, and realizes that in destroying the Trident will break every curse that roams the seas. He succesfully manages to do so, returning Salazar and his crew to their former state. Jack, Henry, Carina and Barbossa are then pulled up to safety by the anchor of the Black Pearl. Salazar and several of his men latch on as well, still intended on killing Jack. Barbossa, who has since come to realize Carina is his daughter, sacrifices himself and takes down Salazar and his men, paving the way to safety for his daughter and the others.

Some time later, Henry watches his father finally set foot on land again, no longer bound to the Flying Dutchman, and Will is reunited with Elizabeth Swann. Carina declares she’s changed her name from Smythe to Barbossa, and Jack sails away with his crew on the Pearl, joined by Jack the monkey.

In a post-credit scene, Will and Elizabeth are asleep when their bedroom is entered by Davy Jones. Will wakes up and finds the room empty, and goes back to sleep, convinced it was a nightmare. On the floor, however, remain some of Davy Jones’s tokens, hinting he is still alive due to every curse on the sea being broken.

 

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Family Edward Teague (father)
Jack Sparrow’s mother (mother)
Grandmama (paternal grandmother)
Valerie (cousin)
Captain “Ace” Brannigan (uncle)
“Quick Draw” McFleming (second-aunt)
Patriarch (relative)
Mabeltrude (cousin twice removed

 

Jack Sparrow was a legendary pirate of the Seven Seas, and the irreverent trickster of the Caribbean. A captain of equally dubious morality and sobriety, a master of self-promotion and self-interest, Jack fought a constant and losing battle with his own best tendencies. Jack’s first love was the sea, his second, his beloved ship the Black Pearl.

The son of Captain Edward Teague, Jack Sparrow was born on a pirate ship in a typhoon. Before he was even known as “Captain Jack Sparrow”, he was simply known as Jack, a teenage stowaway who even then had a desire for adventure. Jack first sailed on the Barnacle with a young ragtag crew on a quest to locate and procure the legendary Sword of Cortés. Years after his teenage adventures, because of rogue pirates, Jack was forced to abandon the pirate life and took employment in the East India Trading Company. After five years of faithful service, during which he sailed across all the Seven Seas, he was given command of the Wicked Wench, a ship owned by Cutler Beckett, the EITC Director for West Africa. As Beckett’s employee, Jack searched for the mystical island of Kerma and its legendary treasure, until he decided to betray Beckett and keep the island and its inhabitants safe from Beckett and his slave traders. When Beckett contracted him to transport a cargo of slaves to the Bahamas, Jack chose to liberate them and steal the Wench from Beckett. However, Beckett’s men managed to find him and branded him as a pirate, while the Wench was set aflame and sunk. After striking a bargain with Davy Jones, the ghostly captain of the Flying Dutchman, to resurrect his beloved vessel, Jack had the Wench renamed the Black Pearl and began the pirate life anew. At some point, Jack Sparrow became one of the nine Pirate Lords, his domain being the Caribbean Sea.

Throughout his years as an infamous pirate of the Caribbean, Jack Sparrow embarked on many adventures, several of which involved gaining items of unique value. Jack was captain of the Black Pearl for two years, during which time he searched for the Shadow Gold. But when he was after the treasure of Isla de Muerta, Jack lost the Pearl in a mutiny led by his first mate, Captain Hector Barbossa. Ten years later, with the help of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, Jack retrieved the Black Pearl after having fought and killed the cursed Barbossa, thereby becoming its captain once again. Jack was soon after the Dead Man’s Chest, to settle his debt with the fearsome Davy Jones, which ended with him being taken to Davy Jones’ Locker by the Kraken. After escaping the Locker with the help of his crew, led by the resurrected Hector Barbossa, Jack had joined with the Brethren Court in the battle against Lord Cutler Beckett, who had control over Davy Jones and the Flying Dutchman. Jack would later sail on stranger tides during the quest for the Fountain of Youth, contending with the notorious Blackbeard and the beautiful Angelica, who forced him aboard the Queen Anne’s Revenge. After the malicious Captain Salazar’s ghost crew escaped from the Devil’s Triangle bent on killing every pirate, Jack sought to reverse his recent spate of ill fortune by finding the Trident of Poseidon.

Over the course of time, Captain Jack Sparrow became a center of intrigue as myths and legends have been told of his exploits. Most of these tales, however, were exaggerations, or even fabrications, embellished by Jack himself to bolster his reputation. Despite his dishonesty and many deceptions, Jack Sparrow did embark on a number of grand and thrilling adventures, some involving the supernatural, pirate lore, magic, and journeys in discovering hidden treasures. Indeed, Jack’s ultimate ambition was to have the freedom to sail the seas as a legendary pirate for eternity.

Jack Sparrow was born to Edward Teague and an unknown female on a pirate ship caught in the middle of a typhoon. Jack grew up in a tumultuous household full of outlaws at Shipwreck Cove. He spent most of his youth unsure whether Edward Teague was really his parent, frequently referring to him as “The-Man-Who-Might-Be-Father”. Despite Jack’s resentment of Teague, he respected the fact that Teague was always there for him when he needed him most, such as when he nearly got his hand cut off by the pirate Rusty Knickers or when he was almost sold into slavery by Captain Lucille Graven.Jack was determined to follow in Teague’s footsteps and become a captain of a ship, rather than just some ordinary pirate like the majority of his relatives (explaining his insistence on being referred to as “Captain” well into adulthood). At some point during his childhood, Jack met a boy named Benny and taught him “that trick with the kite and the key”.Jack

Sparrow was born to Edward Teague and an unknown female on a pirate ship caught in the middle of a typhoon. Jack grew up in a tumultuous household full of outlaws at Shipwreck Cove. He spent most of his youth unsure whether Edward Teague was really his parent, frequently referring to him as “The-Man-Who-Might-Be-Father”. Despite Jack’s resentment of Teague, he respected the fact that Teague was always there for him when he needed him most, such as when he nearly got his hand cut off by the pirate Rusty Knickers or when he was almost sold into slavery by Captain Lucille Graven.Jack was determined to follow in Teague’s footsteps and become a captain of a ship, rather than just some ordinary pirate like the majority of his relatives (explaining his insistence on being referred to as “Captain” well into adulthood). At some point during his childhood, Jack met a boy named Benny and taught him “that trick with the kite and the key”.

 

.Elizabeth AWE promoElizabeth Turner (née Swann) was the daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann. With an adventurous spirit and the need to break societal boundaries, she had long been fascinated with the freewheeling world of buccaneers to a point of learning a song about pirates as a child. Over the years, Elizabeth blossomed into a beautiful young lady, although drove her father to distraction with her willfulness and disregard for propriety. Both Jack Sparrow and Will Turner change Elizabeth’s notions of romance and adventure forever, soon learning that all the rules she believed in are meant to be broken.

Born in London, England, Elizabeth led a fairly sheltered life of privilege throughout her childhood. Since the death of his wife, Governor Swann had raised his daughter on his own. Much to her father’s dismay, pirates had always fascinated Elizabeth when she was a girl, mainly on the HMS Dauntless‘ voyage from England to the British colony at Port Royal on the vibrant and prosperous island of Jamaica. When the Dauntless crew rescued young Will Turner, a mysterious shipwreck survivor from a pirate attack, she recognized the “pirate medallion” he wore. Little did she know what adventures would stem from this fateful encounter. Eight years later, Elizabeth’s cozy world was turned upside down after Captain Jack Sparrow rescued her from drowning: lured by the medallion, cursed pirates kidnapped Elizabeth. She was brought aboard the Black Pearl, a captive of Hector Barbossa, and was taken to Isla de Muerta. Days after Will Turner joined forces with Jack Sparrow, the cursed pirates were defeated with the assistance of Elizabeth’s betrothed, Commodore James Norrington. In return for his help, Elizabeth aided Jack Sparrow in escaping from the gallows, and then left Norrington for Will Turner, her path chosen.

About a year later, Will and Elizabeth were on the verge of marrying when they were arrested by Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company for saving Jack Sparrow. In exchange for Elizabeth’s freedom, Will sets out to retrieve Jack’s unique for their freedom. However, because Weatherby Swann’s failed attempt to help his daughter escape, leading to his reluctant loyalty to the Company and Beckett, Elizabeth fled to Tortuga to find Will Turner. Elizabeth retrieved Letters of Marque intended for Jack before stowing away aboard the Edinburgh Trader. After meeting with Jack Sparrow in Tortuga, Elizabeth agreed to help find the Dead Man’s Chest in order to save Will Turner, who was tricked into serving on board Davy Jones’s ship, the Flying Dutchman. By the end, Elizabeth took part in a battle which led to her delivering Jack Sparrow to the Kraken in order to save Will and other members of Jack’s crew. But guilt led to Elizabeth joining a resurrected Barbossa in saving Jack, now trapped in Davy Jones’ Locker.

After successfully rescuing Jack Sparrow, the Black Pearl escaped from the Locker, but not before Elizabeth discovered her father’s death at the hands of Cutler Beckett. Elizabeth then joined the desperate quest to gather the nine Pirate Lords of the Brethren Court, their only hope to hold back the fearsome tide of Beckett, who gained control of Davy Jones and the Flying Dutchman. Prior to the conclave, Elizabeth was guest aboard the Empress, the flagship of Sao Feng, who believed Elizabeth to be the capricious sea goddess Calypso imprisoned in human form. Having fell to the Flying Dutchman, Feng passed on the title of Pirate Lord and his Piece of Eight to Elizabeth before his death. During the meeting of the Pirate Lords, Elizabeth became the new King of the Brethren Court.

During the final battle against Beckett’s Armada, Will and Elizabeth were married. Shortly after Davy Jones stabbed Will Turner, Will himself pierced Jones’ heart, thereby becoming the new captain of the Flying Dutchman. After the pirates’ victory, Will and Elizabeth spent one day with each other, during which time they conceived a child. Before Will left to serve aboard the Dutchman for ten years, Elizabeth promised to keep his heart, now locked in the Dead Man’s Chest, safe.

Retirement

Shortly afterwards, Elizabeth returned to Port Royal, retiring from active piracy, though she retained her Pirate King status. About nine months later, she gave birth to a son. Young Henry Turner accompanied his mother to wait for his father’s return ten years after his departure. The Flying Dutchman appeared with a green flash, signifying Will’s return from the Land of the Dead.[4] Some say that Will was freed from the service on the Dutchman because Elizabeth remained faithful to him, while others say that he must sail the Seven Seas for all eternity.WilliamTurnerElizabeth Turner and their  son Henry Turner.

Personality and traits

One word, love. Curiosity. You long for freedom. You long to do what you want to do because you want it. To act on selfish impulse. You want to see what it’s like. One day you won’t be able to resist.
―Jack Sparrow to Elizabeth Swann
In fine silk clothes, Elizabeth Swann looks every inch a lady. The daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann, Elizabeth played the part of the perfect governor’s daughter but secretly Port Royal society bored her. She dreamed instead of a life of adventure. Even as a young woman, she never forgot the moment as a child when she glimpsed a pirate ship, the Black Pearl on her voyage from England to the Caribbean. At once both thrilling and frightening, it stood for everything she yearns for: excitement, danger, and freedom.[3] Elizabeth was a beautiful, increasingly strong-minded and determined woman who often knew her own mind, having a fiery attitude and was headstrong. As a child, Elizabeth was not fond of her role as the governor’s daughter. Maturing into an independent woman, Elizabeth developed a strong personality and a bright intellect. Elizabeth was known for having compassion for her friends, and would go to great lengths to help them, whenever she could.

Even as a child, Elizabeth would often speak her mind even if it meant offending others. During her time as Pirate King of the Brethren Court, Elizabeth proved to be very charismatic and encouraged the pirates to face off against the East India Trading Company Armada which showed that she had a talent for leadership. When the time came, Elizabeth wasn’t afraid of a fight. Starting out as spoiled rich governor’s daughter, Elizabeth ultimately became a woman who bucks convention and becomes as fierce and competitive a fighter as Will Turner and Jack Sparrow.

Elizabeth was also quick-witted and clever. When she goes aboard the Black Pearl to “Parlay” with Barbossa, she uses the Gold Medallion to strike a bargain. Her threat to drop it overboard makes the captain cooperate, but she soon finds out she was foolish to trust him. Barbossa sails away, with Elizabeth still on board. Some challenges brought out the best in Elizabeth. With the Black Pearl in hot pursuit of the Interceptor, most women of her time would have taken cover. Instead Elizabeth is in the thick of the fighting. She takes command, figures out a way to turn the ship, and shouts “Fire all!” to start the battle. Marooned with Captain Jack on a desert island, Elizabeth is horrified to discover that this bold pirate has no idea how to escape. While Jack drinks himself senseless, she burns his stock of rum. The huge fire alerts the navy and they are rescued the next morning.

Much to her father’s dismay, pirates have always fascinated Elizabeth. As a young girl on the voyage aboard the HMS Dauntless, she sang a pirate shanty. When the crew rescued a survivor from a pirate attack, she recognized the pirate Medallion he wore. Growing up, Elizabeth read too many books on the subject, gaining much knowledge on piracy including the hallowed Code of the Brethren, set down by Morgan and Bartholomew.She also romanticized the image of piracy as an obsession, but her notions of romance and adventure would change forever in a transition to go from her romantic notions to the cutthroat, dirty reality of piracy. In Elizabeth’s dreams of an adventurous life she did not imagine herself being tossed in the air by a crew of skeletons. After her terrifying chase around the moonlit deck of the Black Pearl, she cowered in a corner of the captain’s cabin.[2][3] Despite her earlier fear, Elizabeth also had a little pirate in herself. And even though she thought she knew a lot about pirates, she soon learned that all the rules she believed in were meant to be broken.

Elizabeth Swann. There is more to you than meets the eye, isn’t there? And the eye does not go wanting.
―Sao Feng

Rescued as a child at sea, Will Turner first met Elizabeth when they were children, when Will was rescued after pirates attacked the ship on which he was sailing. Will fell in love with Elizabeth but at first he was reluctant to tell her about his feelings because of their social divide. Eight years after they met, Will was the man of Elizabeth’s dreams. However, he dared not reveal how he felt, for Elizabeth’s father would never let them marry; a governor’s daughter was too good for a lowly blacksmith.[17] But above all, Elizabeth followed her heart. Marriage to Commodore Norrington would have brought her wealth and respect, but she would rather wed a humble blacksmith-turned-pirate and become Mrs. Elizabeth Turner. Even her father realized that he could not persuade Elizabeth to change her mind.Will and Elizabeth were on the verge of marrying a year later, until Lord Cutler Beckett interrupted their well laid plans by arresting them.Although they had trust issues throughout the war against piracy, the two were married at the final battle with Beckett’s Armada. When Will was fatally wounded by Davy Jones, Elizabeth was devastated, believing him dead after she was forced to leave the Flying Dutchman. Elizabeth’s despair turned to joy when Will was at the helm of the Dutchman. They spent the remainder of their one day together, in which the two conceived a child, before Will left for his ten-year duty.

When she was a young woman, Elizabeth’s beauty attracted the attention of several other men including Hector Barbossa,Cutler Beckett, and Sao Feng.

Even the infamous Jack Sparrow himself showed some level of interest in her, to a point of saying they were very much alike.Elizabeth was attracted to Jack, mainly because of her idea of a piratical life, also struggling with choosing between him and Will Turner during the search for the Dead Man’s Chest. In spite of joining forces on several occasions, it is unknown where Jack and Elizabeth stood in terms of trust. Even though Jack saved Elizabeth from drowning, he threatened her life so he could escape Commodore Norrington’s men. Another example Elizabeth’s act of handcuffing Jack to the mast of the Black Pearl, delivering him to the Kraken, even though Jack saved the Pearl’s crew in the Kraken’s second attack. However, Elizabeth wanted to save Will Turner and the other crewmembers by giving time to escape. Although she told Jack “I’m not sorry” before leaving him, there was a certain amount of guilt that Elizabeth felt about her actions.Despite their differences, Elizabeth joined the voyage to rescue Jack from Davy Jones’ Locker and Jack gave the final vote that made Elizabeth the King of the Brethren Court as well as helping save Will Turner from death aboard the Flying Dutchman.

Shortly after his promotion ceremony, Commodore James Norrington spoke his mind to Elizabeth, telling her she became “a fine woman” as he proposed. Above all, Elizabeth followed her heart, which led to leaving Norrington for Will Turner. But she dreaded the thought of being a commodore’s wife, respectable but dull, even though marriage would have brought her wealth and respect.Even after losing Elizabeth to Will, James Norrington still had feelings for her, but as an old friend.

Appointed by the King of England, Weatherby Swann was the proud Governor of Port Royal. Since the death of his wife, Governor Swann has raised his daughter Elizabeth on his own, but it’s no secret that he hadn’t the skill to govern his rebellious daughter. Over the years Elizabeth has blossomed into a beautiful young lady, although at times she drove her father to distraction with her willfulness and disregard for propriety. Prior to the battle of Isla de Muerta, Governor Swann orders Elizabeth to remain in the captain’s quarters of the Dauntless and out of harm’s way. But he underestimated his daughter’s spirit and determination, having discovered that she escaped using knotted bedsheets so she could help Will Turner. Despite their different opinions, Elizabeth still loved her father, even after finding out about his death at the hands of Lord Cutler Beckett.

As the perfect governor’s daughter, wearing fine silk clothes, Elizabeth Swann looked every inch a lady with her hair elegantly swept up. Elizabeth also wore a delicate antique lace trim and many fashionable dresses. Most notably on the day of James Norrington’s promotion ceremony, a tightly-laced corset beneath the dress made it hard for Elizabeth to breathe, so she used a fan to give slight relief from the tropical sun. Laced tightly into a corset and fashionable dress, Elizabeth feels suffocated. She’s happier disguised in sailors’ clothes that let her move easily.

Shortly after rescuing young Will Turner, a survivor from a pirate attack, Elizabeth recognized a “pirate medallion” he wore. She took the medallion so that the ship’s crew would not guess Will was associated with pirates. Elizabeth kept the medallion hidden for the next eight years, not realizing the trouble it would bring.

Equipment and skills

During her time as a pirate, Elizabeth wielded several different swords and during the Kraken’s attack on the Black Pearl, she used a musket, though it was Jack who actually fired the weapon. Elizabeth also threatened Cutler Beckett with a pistol. After Sao Feng’s death he gave her his piece of eight, making her into a Pirate Lord. Elizabeth was a very skilled swordswoman, which gave her the capability of holding her own against numerous enemies. It was shown during the battles in Isla Cruces and off the coast of Shipwreck Island. Elizabeth fought in perfect unison with Will Turner, and this was first shown when she went to rescue Will from Captain Barbossa’s crewmen and later during the final battle against Beckett’s fleet. She also managed to temporarily fend off master swordsman Davy Jones, and though she ultimately proved to be no match for the tentacled man, her brief, yet intense fight with Jones gave Jack enough time to take Davy Jones’ heart from the Dead Man’s Chest.

Weatherby Swann (father)
Elizabeth Swann’s mother (mother)
Will Turner (husband)
Bootstrap Bill Turner (father in law)
Will Turner’s mother (mother in law)
Henry Turner (son)

 

Will Turner Pirates 5Will Turner, born William Turner Jr., was the only child of William “Bootstrap Bill” Turner. In his life, Will Turner was an accomplished blacksmith by trade, an excellent swordsman by pursuit and a budding pirate by fate. After embarking on several adventures with Captain Jack Sparrow, Will embraced his pirate heritage as he pursued his own purposes. Despite Will’s best efforts to adhere to the social class structure, he realizes that some rules are meant to be broken.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Will was raised by his mother in England and believed his father was a respectable merchant sailor. When his mother died, Will began searching for his father while wearing a gold medallion. Rescued from a burning shipwreck, Will first met Elizabeth Swann aboard the HMS Dauntless. Upon arriving to Port Royal, Will Turner became a blacksmith under John Brown. A simple craftsman, his life revolved around his work, and his distant longing for a woman he knew could never be his wife. After Elizabeth was kidnapped by Hector Barbossa’s crew of the Black Pearl, Will joined forces with Captain Jack Sparrow to save her while being pursued by Commodore Norrington’s men and facing cursed pirates. Though he was initially shocked and dismayed when Jack revealed that his father was a pirate, Will Turner managed to save Elizabeth. In return for his help, Will aided Jack Sparrow in escaping from the gallows at great risk to his own.

About a year later, Will and Elizabeth were on the verge of marrying when they were arrested by Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company for saving Jack Sparrow. Will Turner sets out to retrieve Jack’s unique compass in exchange for their freedom. After meeting with Jack in Cannibal Island and visiting the voodoo mystic Tia Dalma, Will Turner was tricked into serving on board Davy Jones’s ship, the Flying Dutchman, where Will met up with his father, Bootstrap Bill. Will promised Bill that he’d try and free him from Jones’s servitude, a promise Will saw throughout the search for the Dead Man’s Chest and the war against piracy, where he joined a resurrected Barbossa in rescuing Jack Sparrow from Davy Jones’ Locker. Despite his best efforts, Will would try and do everything he could to honor that vow but not forgetting that he still loved Elizabeth.

During the final battle against Beckett’s Armada, Will and Elizabeth were married. Shortly after being stabbed by Jones, Will himself pierced Jones’ heart. Because he had killed Jones, Will became the new captain of the Flying Dutchman. After the pirates’ victory, Will and Elizabeth spent one day with each other, during which time they conceived a child, before Will leaves to serve aboard the Dutchman for ten years

Personality and traits

The son of William “Bootstrap Bill” Turner, Will Turner was an accomplished blacksmith by trade, an excellent swordsman by pursuit and a budding pirate by fate. Until he met Jack Sparrow, swordsmith Will Turner was a simple craftsman. His life revolved around his work, and his distant longing for Elizabeth Swann, a woman he knew could never be his wife. Will believed his father was a respectable merchant seaman. When he sent Will an Aztec Medallion, his son thought it was just an exotic trinket that he had picked up on his travels. But his world was soon turned upside down, where he found himself sucked in a nightmarish world of pirates, ghouls, adventure, and betrayal. Will would be shocked and dismayed when Jack revealed to him that his father was Bootstrap Bill Turner, “a good man, and a good pirate.” Will was then torn between two worlds—one imposed by the strict standards of society and the other dictated by the freedom of leading the pirate life. He soon embraced his pirate heritage as he pursued his own purposes; sailing the seas to save his father, find his true identity and reunite with his true love Elizabeth Swann. Despite Will’s best efforts to adhere to the social class structure, he realizes that some rules are meant to be broken.

In his life, Will Turner was a very brave and noble man who was willing to risk his life for people he cared about. He was extremely loyal, especially to Elizabeth Swann and he claimed that he would die for her if he had to. William was polite and humble to those higher ranked than himself but he was rarely congratulated or complimented during his time as a blacksmith. Will had grown up without a father figure, so he has to look to the role models around him, and in Port Royal, those are British Navy officers. When Will Turner and Jack Sparrow were thrown together, Jack opened Will’s eyes to what it means to be a man. Jack taught him that he can’t just blindly follow nonsensical rules; a man has to make his own decisions, right or wrong, and go after what he wants in life. James Norrington noted that Will possessed a rash personality and Will was willing to break the law if he felt it was necessary. For example he freed Jack Sparrow from prison after Elizabeth was captured by pirates and later saved Jack from being executed.

Elizabeth. I should have told you every day from the moment I met you…I love you.
―Will Turner to Elizabeth Swann

Rescued as a child at sea, Will first met Elizabeth when they were children. Will was rescued after pirates attacked the ship on which he was sailing. Will fell in love with Elizabeth but at first he was reluctant to tell her about his feelings because of their social divide. Eight years after they met, Will was the man of Elizabeth’s dreams, though he knew her father, Governor Weatherby Swann, would never let his beautiful daughter marry a lowly blacksmith. That had changed, however, as Will and Elizabeth were on the verge of marrying a year later, until Lord Cutler Beckett interrupted their well laid plans by arresting them. Becoming a pirate, Will became more open about his feelings towards Elizabeth and they eventually married during the battle around the maelstrom.

Pirate is in your blood, boy, so you’ll have to square with that someday.
―Jack Sparrow to Will Turner

Will also had strange relations with Jack Sparrow; although the two often betrayed one other, they were ultimately good acquaintances. Aside from their differences, they have saved each other’s lives at times. When Jack faced the hangman, Will Turner rushed to save his life at great risk to his own. Though Will knows that he might be hanged as a pirate himself, he had a strong sense of what’s right and what’s not and his conscience would be cleared. Will saved Jack from his execution at Fort Charles for Jack’s helping him at Isla de Muerta, though Will himself betrayed Jack at the island beforehand. On Cannibal Island, Will was not at first wanting to leave Jack behind, until he saw the Pelegostos running after him. Jack had his fair share of saving Will’s life, most notably when Will was stabbed by Davy Jones, Jack gave up his chance of immortality and had Turner stab Jones’ heart, granting him immortality and captaincy aboard the Flying Dutchman.

When Will Turner reversed the curse by returning the last Aztec coins to the chest, he technically killed his father because at that moment, somewhere at the bottom of the ocean, Bootstrap Bill became mortal. So Will has been tortured, living with this guilt until he reunited with his father aboard the Flying Dutchman, the ghost ship captained by Davy Jones. But in the depths, prior to his mortality returning, Bootstrap sold his soul to Davy Jones to alleviate his eternal suffering.

Will was also a man of his word and if he made a promise he would always stick to it. He promised to free his father Bootstrap Bill from Davy Jones and the Flying Dutchman, and tried to do everything he can do to honor that vow but not forgetting that he still loves Elizabeth, and wants to get her back into his life.

As a blacksmith, Will Turner wore a simple jerkin as well as leather shoes with silver buckles. On the day he saved Jack Sparrow from the gallows, Will wore a feathered hat and an elegant red cape.

Equipment and skills

As a blacksmith, Will used many different tools in order to make weapons and other useful items and was a skilled craftsman. To make his swords, Will used a hammer, which Jack Sparrow used to try and free himself from his manacles after he escaped from James Norrington and his men. Will also briefly used a brand during his duel with Jack before grabbing a nearby sword.

Will’s most commonly made item was a sword, which he practiced with three hours a day. Unlike the ceremonial sword he made for Commodore Norrington’s promotion ceremony, Will’s weapon looked simple. It had a plain cast-iron grip, and a “half-basket” hilt protected his hand. The blade was special as, by using the methods of Spanish swordsmiths, Will had made it immensely strong, yet light and flexible. It also had a double edged point for cutting and thrusting. Will proudly engraved his own name on this blade.

Despite being apparently self-trained, Will was as handy with a blade as any soldier. After making the swords, he practiced fencing with them for three hours each day. When he discovers Jack in the forge, pirate captain and swordsmith are almost equally matched. “You know what you’re doing, I’ll give you that,” quips Jack, who only manages to avoid losing to Will by acrobatic blade work and old-fashioned cheating. Through experience, Will was an exceptional swordsman, being able to duel Jack Sparrow as an equal, perhaps even a superior, during their first encounter, hold off Jack and James Norrington during their three way duel and fighting against numerous enemies during the final battle with Cutler Beckett’s forces. Will was also capable of throwing either a sword or an ax with amazing precision,a skill he occasionally used with his swords with great accuracy. Jack told Will that he had excellent form and also complimented him on his footwork.

Bootstrap Bill Turner (father)
Will Turner’s mother (mother)
Elizabeth Swann (wife)
Weatherby Swann (father-in-law)
Elizabeth Swann’s mother (mother-in-law)
Henry Turner (son)

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William Turner, also known as Bill or Billy Turner, though more commonly referred to as Bootstrap or Bootstrap Bill, was a pirate who operated in the Seven Seas. Though with the requisite betrayals of the pirate’s life, Turner was a loyal cohort of Captain Jack Sparrow. Renowned as a pirate and a good man, Bootstrap Bill Turner was the father of Will Turner, who followed in his buccaneering footsteps.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Bootstrap Bill had once been a member of Jack Sparrow’s crew aboard the Black Pearl, where he would regretfully play a part in Hector Barbossa’s mutiny against Jack. While Jack was thrown overboard, Bootstrap Bill stayed on board with Barbossa’s crew and joined them in finding and taking every bit of the treasure of Cortés. After falling under the Aztec curse, Barbossa’s crew had to return the treasure they took. However, Turner tried to renege his position on Sparrow by sending a gold piece to his son Will, believing that the mutinous crew deserved to remain cursed for betraying Jack and the Pirate’s Code. In response, Bootstrap was tied to a cannon and thrown overboard by Barbossa, eternally drowning but unable to die because of the curse. He was left to suffer at the bottom of the ocean.

Prior to the curse’s lifting, Bootstrap made a deal with Davy Jones to alleviate his eternal suffering, selling his soul for one hundred years of servitude aboard the Flying Dutchman. Bootstrap Bill soon appeared like the rest of the Dutchman crew, covered in barnacles and crustaceans, a slave to Davy Jones. Thirteen years after Jack Sparrow’s deal with Davy Jones, Bootstrap Bill was sent as an emissary to warn Jack of his debt. Bootstrap later reunited with Will Turner when the later was Davy Jones’s prisoner for a short while. Sworn to rescue his father, Will had made Bill a solemn promise: he would return to the Dutchman and free him from Jones’ hold. As time went by, he was gradually losing himself and literally becoming a part of the ship. Near the end of the War Against Piracy, Bootstrap Bill lapsed into total dementia. After the final titanic battle of the war, Will Turner became the new captain of the Flying Dutchman, where Bootstrap remained willfully.

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Henry Turner was the son of Will Turner and Elizabeth Turner (née Swann). Following his first encounter with his father, Henry decided to find the legendary Trident of Poseidon so he could free his father from his curse, an obligation to sail the Seven Seas for all eternity as captain of the Flying Dutchman. When he grew up, Henry became a sailor in the Royal Navy, serving on the Monarch. During his adventures, he encountered the terrifying ghost crew led by Armando Salazar, who requested him to find the known pirate Jack Sparrow.

Yo ho, yo ho a pirate’s life for me. We pillage, we plunder, we rifle and loot. Drink up, me hearties, Yo ho. We kidnap and ravage and don’t give a hoot. Drink up, me hearties, Yo ho. Yo ho, yo ho a pirate’s life for me.

―Young Will Turner
About nine months after the War Against Piracy, this child would be born to Will and Elizabeth Turner (née Swann). For the next nine years and few months of his life, young Will Turner would remain with Elizabeth until his father’s return from his ten-year duty aboard the Flying Dutchman.

On the day of his father’s return from the Land of the Dead, young Will sang a song, which his mother had taught him, while the sun was setting. It was here that young Will witnessed the green flash as well as meeting his father, Will Turner, for the first time.[5]

Quest for the Trident of Poseidon

Reconnecting with his father

When he grew older, the young man wanted to reconnect with his father, so he decided to free him from the curse of the Flying Dutchman. Now known as Henry, he spent several years searching for him, eventually becoming a headstrong young sailor in the British Royal Navy. He served aboard the powerful warship called the Monarch.

Thrown into the brig of the Monarch, Henry was unable to participate in battle when the ship was attacked in the haunted waters of the Devil’s Triangle. That accidentally led to Henry being the only survivor of the battle, in which the Monarch’s crew was massacred by the ghosts led by Captain Armando Salazar. When Salazar walked below deck, he picked up a wanted poster of the infamous pirate Jack Sparrow from the floor and asked Henry if he knew Sparrow. When Henry replied that he knew Sparrow only by name, Salazar walked through the bars and asked Henry to find Sparrow and give him a message about death coming straight for him

Jones with music box

You loved her. She’s the one. And then you betrayed her.”
“She
pretended to love me. She betrayed me.”
“And after which betrayal did you cut out your heart, I wonder.
―Will Turner and Davy Jones'At World's End' - Davy JonesDavy Jones in his human form.
 

Davy Jones was the supernatural ruler of the Seven Seas as the condemned captain of the Flying Dutchman. A fearsome captain, striking terror into the bravest of sailors, Jones became the stuff of various myths and legends of Pirate Lore, particularly relating to the Dutchman and Davy Jones’ Locker.

In one particular legend, Davy Jones was a great sailor until he fell in love with the sea goddess Calypso. He would be given the Flying Dutchman as well as the sacred task of ferrying souls who died at sea to the worlds beyond. Because of that love, Davy Jones agreed to set foot on land once every ten years, where Jones would be free to be with Calypso. But when Davy Jones came ashore after his ten year duty, he was forsaken by Calypso, who was nowhere to be found. So, when the First Brethren Court convened, Davy Jones plotted with them to tear the rule of the seas away from Calypso, in which the Brethren imprisoned her into the body of a mortal woman. Jones was the one who told the Brethren how to bind Calypso into human form; he never stopped loving her, but the pain it caused him was too much to live with. Soon Jones’ guilt became so great, he carved out his own heart and locked it away in the Dead Man’s Chest.

Abandoning his duty, Davy Jones then returned to the seven seas, only now sailors everywhere would fear him to the death, for Jones had turned fierce and cruel, with an insatiable taste for all things brutal. Davy Jones preyed on wayward sailors lost at sea with the Flying Dutchman, now a cursed ghost ship. Those who wished to avoid death and final judgment would agree to serve Jones aboard his haunted vessel, eventually becoming a part of the ship itself, forever enslaved to its terrifying captain. Davy Jones also commanded the Kraken, a great squid-like beast of the sea, which brought the captain of the Dutchman ever more souls into joining his crew aboard his cursed ship.

At some point in time, Davy Jones would strike a bargain with Jack Sparrow to resurrect his beloved vessel the Wicked Wench, which he would rename as the Black Pearl, in return for a hundred years of servitude aboard the Dutchman. That debt would be settled thirteen years later, in which Jones sent Bootstrap Bill Turner to give Jack the Black Spot, which drew the Kraken. Several days later, in which Jones dealt with Bootstrap Bill’s son Will Turner, the debt was ultimately settled with Jack and the Pearl being dragged to the depths by the Kraken. But it was in vain as Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company came into possession of Davy Jones’ still-beating heart, forcing Jones and his crew to do his bidding. With the Flying Dutchman under Beckett’s control, Davy Jones would lead the EITC Armada in the fight against the Fourth Brethren Court.

While the Brethren convened, Jones reunited with Calypso, who intended to be free and punish the Brethren, until realizing Jones’ betrayal. Upon being freed, the enraged goddess Calypso, in her wrath, created a massive maelstrom, where a battle raged at the center of it. And it was in that very battle that Davy Jones’ heart was pierced and he died, finally free for all eternity. With his death, Davy Jones was welcomed back into the dark embrace of the sea that he had been in love with.

Davy Jones was once a mortal pirate, but that part of his life is shrouded in mystery.[13] It is known that he was a great sailor, who fell in love with the goddess Calypso, who was changing, harsh and untamable as the sea. There were different versions of the story, which said that Jones either fell in love with a woman or the sea.Calypso rewarded that love by giving Davy Jones the sacred task of collecting all the poor souls who lost at sea and ferry them to the other side. To carry out this task, Calypso gave him the Flying Dutchman, a ship which could enter the limbo-like dimension that came to be known as Davy Jones’ Locker. Because of that love, Jones agreed to set foot on dry land once every ten years. For the next ten years, Jones devoted himself faithfully to the duty Calypso charged him with, looking after those who died at sea and ferried the souls of men to the ‘other side’ in the holds of the Dutchman, while also awaiting the one day when he could be reunited with his love. But when Davy Jones came ashore, he waited in vain; Calypso was nowhere to be found. Feeling that the goddess betrayed him, a heartbroken and enraged Davy Jones believed he had been tricked into his duty, and could not escape his service. Using The Journal of the Ancient Seas and its guardian, the foul and fearsome Kraken, Jones went on his course to vengeance. With the Kraken, Jones intended to hunt down the objects of power that laid scattered across the seas and have the loyalty of the first Pirate Lords of the seas. So, when the First Brethren Court convened, Davy Jones plotted with them to tear the rule of the seas away from Calypso. As part of an agreement, Davy Jones showed the First Court how to bind Calypso in human form, so that they could secure the rule of the seas for themselves. The Brethren captured Calypso and imprisoned the sea goddess into the body of a mortal woman, later known as the voodoo priestess Tia Dalma. Soon Davy Jones’ grief and guilt at what he had done became so great, he carved out his own heart right out of his chest, and locked it in the Dead Man’s Chest.[10] To keep his fate intact, Jones had the chest hidden on Isla Cruces so it could be safe from potential mutineers aboard the Flying Dutchman and away from his haunted sight. He kept the key hidden within his facial tentacles at all times. Whoever gained control of the chest was able to control Jones by extortion. Jones was immortal so long as his heart remained safe. With Calypso gone, Davy Jones abandoned his duty and returned to the Seven Seas. As a result of this, Jones gradually became monstrous, his physical appearance merging with various aquatic fauna. Sailors everywhere would fear him to the death, for Davy Jones had turned fierce and cruel, with an insatiable taste for all things brutal. Most stories told say that a terrible beast, known as the Kraken, was Davy Jones’ obedient leviathan, sent to do his bidding and prey on unwary ships and mariners. The Kraken brought the captain of the Flying Dutchman ever more souls onto his cursed ship, dying sailors forever press-ganged into servitude. Those who joined his crew were bound to serve aboard his ship for one hundred years, but like Jones, their appearance merged with various aquatic fauna. However, unlike Jones, the effect of the deal that they lose their humanity, which worsened over time, until they become part of the ship itself. Jones became a tyrant on his ship, and mercilessly pushed his crew to exhaustion, allowing his sadistic officers to enforce vicious punishments for even minor offenses. Eventually crew members lost their humanity in soul as well as in body. Jones wreaked havoc on the Seven Seas, and created an aura of fear wherever he sailed, only able to make port or step on land every decade.

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Calypso was a sea goddess and daughter of Atlas. In the days of myth and legend, the beautiful Calypso ruled the seas, and all sailors both loved and feared her, even though she too had mortal blood. As a heathen goddess, Calypso was able to take many forms, but since the crab was attributed as her symbol, she chose that form.

According to one particular legend, Calypso fell in love with a young sailor named Davy Jones. And she rewarded that love by giving Davy Jones the Flying Dutchman as well as the sacred task of collecting all the poor souls who died at sea, and ferrying them to the worlds beyond. Because of that love, Davy Jones agreed to set foot on land once every ten years, where Jones would be free to come ashore to be with Calypso. But when Davy Jones came ashore after his ten year duty, Calypso was nowhere to be found, for the seas are fickle and unpredictable, as was the powerful goddess who ruled that domain. So Davy Jones plotted with the First Brethren Court, unbeknownst to Calypso, where they would tear the rule of the seas away from the sea goddess and imprison her into the body of a mortal woman.

Over the years, the imprisoned Calypso assumed the alias of a voodoo mystic named Tia Dalma. It wasn’t until around the War Against Piracy that she gained an opportunity for freedom. Tia Dalma/Calypso needed all the Pirate Lords in order to assemble the Brethren, so they could release her from her human bonds. She resurrected Hector Barbossa and tricked him to retrieve Jack Sparrow from Davy Jones’ Locker and summon a fourth meeting of the Brethren. But those Pirate Lords grew fearful, for when they convened, they only argued and fought among themselves, afraid of Calypso’s anger at their treachery. While the Brethren convened, Jones reunited with Calypso, who intended to be free and punish the Brethren, until Barbossa undid the spell that bound her to mortal flesh where she realized Jones’ betrayal.

Now free, Calypso’s wrath became horrible to behold as the enraged goddess gathered the waters of the ocean around herself in a massive maelstrom, where a battle raged at the center of it. And it was in that very battle that Davy Jones’ heart was pierced and he died. With his death, Davy Jones was welcomed back into the dark embrace of the sea; for Calypso in her own way still loved him.

In ancient mythology and lore, Calypso was described as a heathen god, though it was also said she had mortal blood. Daughter of the Atlas, she was described as a woman as changing, harsh, and untamable as the sea. As a heathen goddess, Calypso was able to take many forms. But since the crab was attributed as her symbol, most notably by pirates, she chose that form.Of Calypso’s beauty and power, all sailors were in awe. Her womanliness was unsurpassed in grace and bearing. She was as changeable and whimsical as the sea itself, and exemplified the deepest charity and brilliance of woman’s mercurial nature. Calypo’s powers were only eclipsed by the great god of the sea Poseidon himself, and only Zeus, chief amongst all gods, could command her.

As with all beings of great might, she was both a nurturer and a destroyer. Calypso had dominion over all the seas, and all sailors everywhere both loved and feared her.Nevertheless, she was the protector of all sailors. It was she who sent forth the Flying Dutchman to rescue souls lost at sea. Calypso also designed a special metal chamber in which the mermaids locked the magical gems of Poseidon, thus making themselves immune to the power of the Trident of Poseidon.

 

A woman. He fell in love.”
“No, no, no, I heard it was the sea he fell in love with.”
“Same story, different versions. And all are true. See, it was a woman as changing and harsh and untamable as the sea. Him never stopped loving her. But the pain it caused was to much to live with, but not enough to cause him to die.
―Tia Dalma and Joshamee Gibbs
Despite being harsh and untameable as the wine-dark seas, Calypso fell in love with a young sailor named Davy Jones. And she rewarded that love by giving Davy Jones the Flying Dutchman, charging him with the sacred task of collecting all the poor souls who died at sea and ferrying them to the worlds beyond. Because of that love, Davy Jones agreed to set foot on dry land once every ten years to be with Calypso. True to his word, Jones spent the next ten years faithfully carrying out the duty. But whenever Davy Jones came ashore, Calypso was nowhere to be found, for the seas are fickle and unpredictable, as was the powerful goddess who ruled that domain
Unbeknownst to Calypso, Davy Jones plotted with the First Brethren Court to tear the rule of the seas away from Calypso. Jones showed them how to bind her to human form. With his help, the Pirate King and the Brethren tricked the sea goddess, and bound her in her bones. Calypso was imprisoned into the body of a mortal guise: Tia Dalma. Only with all Nine Pieces of Eight could Calypso be free. With Calypso’s fiery and unpredictable nature bound, the Brethren Court deemed the seas safe to travel as they so pleased. Soon Davy Jones’ grief and guilt at what he had done became so great, he carved his own heart and locked it away in the Dead Man’s Chest. Abandoning his duty, Jones gradually transformed into an amalgamation of human and tentacled sea creature to reflect the monster inside, and any who joined his crew suffered similar disfigurements. Calypso reflected on this and later said that the man had become a monster. I do not renege on a bargain once struck. But we agreed on ends only. The means are mine to decide.”
“Caution, Barbossa. Do not forget it was by my power you return from the dead. Or what it mean if you fail me.”
“Don’t you forget why you had to bring me back. Why I could not leave Jack to his well-deserved fate. It took nine Pirate Lords to bind you, Calypso. And it’ll take no less than nine to set you free.
―Hector Barbossa and Calypso

Over the years, the imprisoned Calypso assumed the alias of a voodoo mystic named Tia Dalma. She began living out of a shack on the Pantano River. She kept with her a locket that matched one carried by Davy Jones, and would play a mournful tune that hinted at their lost love. Dalma befriended Jack Sparrow during his early life; the man who would go on to become the Pirate Lord of the Caribbean Sea, and thus integral to Calypso’s desire to escape her human form.

With the death of Hector Barbossa, the Pirate Lord of the Caspian Sea, came a prime opportunity. Tia Dalma/Calypso needed all the Pirate Lords in order to assemble the Brethren Court, so they could release her from her human bonds. And so, through undetermined circumstances, she resurrected Barbossa from the dead and tricked him to summon a meeting of the Brethren and retrieve Jack Sparrow, who was taken to Davy Jones’ Locker by the Kraken. Barbossa set off on a mission to free him, and therefore ensured that Jack’s Piece of Eight was not lost.

On the quest for freeing Jack Sparrow from the Locker, the crew led by Barbossa captained the Hai Peng into World’s End. They landed in the Locker, where Jack Sparrow noticed that the Pearl was being dragged across the sand by crabs. The ship reached the crew with the help of the crabs that were actually under the control of Calypso. After escaping the Locker, the Black Pearl went on its way to meet with the Brethren Court.Enraged, Calypso, still in Dalma’s form, grew massive in size, dwarfing the crew of the Pearl. After being freed from her human bonds, Calypso yelled in her native tongue, seemingly as insults to the pirates but in reality it was an incantation, before exploding outwards in a shower of crabs. Calypso’s spirit, now free at last, disappeared into the air, though her influence on events was not ended. As the Black Pearl and the Flying Dutchman prepared for a showdown, Calypso used all of the power of the seas to unleash a terrible storm, which created a maelstrom between the two fleets. And the wind from the storm evened the balance for the Pearl and caused Davy Jones to let out a cry of anguish as he realized what the storm signified The battle that followed sealed Davy Jones’ fate, as Jack Sparrow helped Will Turner stab Jones’ disembodied heart. With his last breath, Jones whispered Calypso’s name, and toppled into the maelstrom, which soon abated when the Flying Dutchman itself followed its former captain. Whether Calypso and her love were reunited after Jones’ death remained unknown.

Calypso…I come before you as but a servant, humble and contrite. I have fulfilled me vow, and now ask your favor. Spare meself, me ship, me crew and unleash your fury upon those who dare pretend themselves your masters…or mine.”
“…Malfaiteur en Tombeau, Crochir l’Esplanade, Dans l’Fond d’l’eau!
“―Hector Barbossa and Calypso

Personality and traits

Of Calypso’s beauty and power, all sailors were in awe. Her womanliness was unsurpassed in grace and bearing. She was as changeable and whimsical as the sea itself, and exemplified the deepest charity and brilliance of woman’s mercurial nature. Her powers were only eclipsed by the great god of the sea Poseidon himself, and only Zeus, chief amongst all gods, could command her. As with all beings of great might, she was both a nurturer and destroyer, having dominion over the seas, calming troubled waters but also stirring up adversities that vexed all men, reminding them that her inexplicable behavior was a manifestation of the wild ways, that which kept them separate from the domesticated society of men on land. She was the protector of all sailors, and it was she who sent forth the Dutchman to rescue souls lost at sea. This was the most noble of her mandates, as even the most scurillous of sea dogs could be granted the opportunity to seek and find forgiveness for their crimes, allowing them to find safe harbor in Fiddler’s Green. At the First Meeting of the Brethren Court, the Pirate Lords bound Calypso in human form, sealing her fate with the Nine Pieces of Eight so that the rule of the sea would belong to men. But in doing so, the now-calmed waters became traversable to all seafarers, and the East India Trading Company was able to gradually assert dominion over the world’s waterways, exterminating all pirates who stood in their path. In order to fight against this, the Pirate Lord Hector Barbossa suggested that the goddess be unbound.

Calypso was a seductive temptress who won the heart of Davy Jones although Jones believed that she only pretended to love him in return since she did not remain faithful to him after his ten years of service to her. However, Calypso’s later interactions with Jones imply that she still loved him and was saddened by what her lover had become.Years after Calypso’s imprisonment, Barbossa was one of the few who knew that none other than the mystic Tia Dalma, who lived on the Pantano River, was the human incarnation of the goddess. Barbossa persuaded Tia Dalma to join on the voyage to World’s End, although it was not until later that his agenda was revealed. After the Pirate Lords agreed to go to war against the EITC, Barbossa was able to enact his scheme and release Calypso—fulfilling the deal that he made with her after she brought him back from the Realm of the Dead.[6]

As a heathen goddess, Calypso was able to take many forms. But since the crab was attributed as her symbol, most notably by pirates, she chose that form. When Tia Dalma was transformed back into Calypso, she grew to ten times her normal size and crashed to the deck of the Black Pearl as thousands of little crabs.

Calypso possessed a fiery and unpredictable nature reflecting the fact that she was a goddess of the wild and untameable sea. She was also vengeful and, being a very powerful goddess, she was extremely dangerous when angered, summoning a devastating storm after discovering that Davy Jones had told the Brethren Court how to trap her in the form of a human.

 

Barbossa thinksHector Barbossa was a legendary and ferocious pirate of the Caribbean. A captain of treacherous morality, a vile pirate returned from the dead, and a master of his own fate, Barbossa was the ultimate survivor. Ruthless and cunning, combining experience with reckless daring, Barbossa was also a deadly enemy and nemesis to Captain Jack Sparrow.

In his youth, Barbossa was an honest sailor who left to make an easier living as a pirate. Originally a captain of the schooner Cobra, Barbossa would join Jack Sparrow aboard the Black Pearl as first mate. After a while of sailing under Sparrow, Barbossa led a mutiny against Jack and marooned him before finding the treasure of Cortés in Isla de Muerta. In mysterious circumstances, Barbossa would become the Pirate Lord of the Caspian Sea after he obtained the Piece of Eight of the previous Lord. Upon falling under the Aztec curse, Barbossa led his crew in search of all the scattered pieces of gold they frittered away, and blood to lift their terrible curse. Ten years later, the curse was lifted by Will Turner, the child of former crewman Bootstrap Bill, at which time Barbossa was killed by his old captain, Jack Sparrow.

Even death was not the end of Captain Barbossa, as he was later resurrected by Tia Dalma, secretly the sea goddess Calypso in human form, who demanded that Barbossa help free her from her human bonds in return for his resurrection. After helping rescue Jack Sparrow in Davy Jones’ Locker, Barbossa had to join up with the Brethren Court to battle against Lord Cutler Beckett, who had control over Davy Jones and the Flying Dutchman. At some point afterwards, Barbossa had lost his leg, and the Black Pearl, which forced him to serve as a privateer, claiming to owe his allegiance to King George II. Having been given command aboard the HMS Providence, Barbossa participated in the quest for the Fountain of Youth, where he would rendezvous with Jack Sparrow, Blackbeard and destiny.

Like most pirates, Hector Barbossa came from England’s West Country,and his mother was Irish. Nothing is known of Barbossa’s father, but his last name indicates possible Portuguese or Spanish origin. Although Barbossa’s history prior to engaging in piracy remains mainly shrouded in mystery, it was known that he ran away to sea at the age of 13 because he came from a background of poverty. He would be on board ships where he’d seen very grand cabins and the captains living in spacious and elegant quarters. Barbossa may have had earnest desires to be a man of the sea, but realized that he could gain a lot more if he broke the rules, lied to people, and killed a few in the process. Barbossa became greedy, with horrible social pretensions. He became a horrible liar, pretending to be a gentleman of the sea, and a dirty, cunning rogue. Barbossa also had a sword on his belt and learned how to skewer people and survive by using preemptive logic to map out his plans and deceive people.

Gents… Ladies… ‘Tis lucky I am to be standing here afore ye today. Two months ago, almost to the day, me ship Cobra was attacked and sunk by one of our own. We had raised our true colors, and yet still they tried to slaughter us. We were attacked by one of our own brethren… a clear violation of the Code, ’twas.“―Barbossa to assembled pirates at the Great Chamber

Not much is known about Barbossa’s early adventures, except that he became a capable pirate. In his early forties, Barbossa was the captain of a small pirate schooner named Cobra. After he plundered a French barque loaded with ivory, his ship was attacked by another pirate ship, in the waters north of Bermuda. His ship sank, and he almost drowned, but he was saved by two of his crewmembers, Pintel and Ragetti. Two months later, Barbossa and his men were picked up in Tortuga by Don Rafael, Pirate Lord of the Caribbean. Don Rafael took them to Shipwreck Cove, where Barbossa told the tale of his disaster to assembled pirates. During that meeting, he met Jack Sparrow for the first time.

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Carina Smyth was an astronomer and horologist around the middle of the 18th century.

A briliant thinker, Carina was a woman ahead of her time. She was often accused of being a witch for her interests in astronomy, time, and mathematics. Though women had no right to study at university in her time, Carina Smyth fought against that rule. She eventually came in possession of a diary with clues that would lead to the mystical Trident of Poseidon. Along the way, she encountered Henry Turner and the infamous pirate Jack Sparrow.

Carina sought the Trident to not only prove herself as a scientist but to unravel the mystery of where she came from, discover who her unknown father is, and who she is truly meant to be.

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