The last time we see Elizabeth Swann (because c’mon she was a Pirate King, no way she was giving up her last name, lets be reasonable now, if anything she was hyphenating her last name) she had a kid.
Now lets imagine pregnant Elizabeth, all alone. She keeps up the pirating, its expected with her now being one of the Brethren. Imagine Elizabeth hiding her pregnancy, because its hard enough getting a crew to sail under a woman, but one whose with child?
Jack figures it out first and freaking panics. Eventually the Pearl’s crew figure it out, and they they vary from freaked out don’t make any sudden movements to freaked out and wondering who the father is (most are sure it’s Will, though there are very hushed whispers that suggest Norrington or Jack).
Imagine the pirates freaking terrified to meet the small Swann-Turner. Because babies are innocent and fragile, things pirates just aren’t. Ragetti and Pintel are surprisingly good with the little one, and when Gibbs shows up he always has a story.
Jack pretends to not care, but its one of the most transparent lies he’s ever told.
Elizabeth insists on using the phrase “Uncle Hector” when referring to Barbossa. He allows it as long as there are no other crews are around to hear.
Imagine sailors and pirates far and wide hearing the whispered warnings of a child born to the captain of the Flying Dutchman and a Pirate King. Of warnings whispered about the terrible fate of anyone who would dare hurt such a child.
Imagine Barbossa slaying his enemies at sea, and whispering into their ears updates on the child’s life to pass along to the father, claiming the messages would grant them faster passage.
Jack doing the same when he is forced to kill.
Imagine Will on the decks of the Dutchman having a freaking panic attack at least once a week for ten years hearing about his child being raised by pirates.
The Knight is the trained officer or soldier with a more optimistic outlook towards battle. They‘ll relish the opportunity to defend their lord, country or values in honorable combat. The Knave is the more pragmatic and cynical warrior. Frequently, they will have self-taught combat abilities as a mercenary, smuggler, bounty hunter or other warrior. The Squire is either a noncombatant or someone with little actual experience in fighting. The Squire’s inexperience, naïveté and optimism are their defining traits, and they will often look to the Knight and, less often, the Knave as a role model.
“I forgot how a good sea battle could get my blood flowing! Sail around attacking ships. That’s the life.” “I know that feeling. It seems to run in my family.” “Your father was a seafarer, then?” “My grandfather, Edward. He sailed with a rough crew, or so I am told.” “For the king?” “For himself. But that is a long tale for another day, Mr. Faulkner.”
Pirates of the Caribbean sentence meme! Quotes from all four movies under the cut - 300 total! Send in a sentence or send in ☠ for a random starter!
1. A wedding? I love weddings! Drinks all around! 2. Best start believing in ghost stories. You’re in one. 3. I feel nothing. 4. You’ve seen a ship with black sails that’s crewed by the damned, and captained by a man so evil that Hell itself spat him back out? 5. But I have seen a ship with black sails. 6. So this is where your heart truly lies, then? 7. I’m actually feeling rather good about this. 8. I thought I had you figured. Turns out you’re a hard man to predict. 9. A dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. 10. Honestly, it’s the honest ones you have to watch out for. 11. So we’re all men of our word, really. 12. Well, you’ve proven they’re mad. 13. That’s not much incentive to fight fair then, is it? 14. In a fair fight, I’d kill you. 15. Put it away. It’s not worth getting beat again. 16. I want you to leave and never come back. 17. I’m disinclined to acquiesce to your request. Means ‘no’. 18. Well, I suppose if it is worthless there’s no point in me keeping it. 19. The code is more what you’d call ‘guidelines’ than actual rules. 20. One good deed is not enough to save a man from a lifetime of wickedness.