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Disney Press began a book series for young readers in June , chronicling Sparrow's adventures as a teenager. Written by Rob Kidd, the first four books follow Sparrow and a young, motley crew in many adventures aboard a tiny fishing ship called The Barnacle.
Along the way, they battled pirates, ancient curses, witchcraft, sirens, and the power of the sea. When Sparrow shared the bearings to the location of the treasure, First Mate Hector Barbossa and the crew mutinied and marooned him on an island with only a pistol containing a single shot allowing the option of suicide over starvation.
After three days, Sparrow bartered passage off the island with rum runners. Seeking revenge, Sparrow kept the pistol to kill his former first mate.
Ten years later, Sparrow arrives in Port Royal to acquire a ship, but he is arrested for piracy after saving Elizabeth Swann , the governor's daughter, from drowning.
That night, the Black Pearl attacks Port Royal, seeking the last Aztec medallion that will break the curse that has rendered them into immortal skeletons.
Elizabeth, who possesses the coin, is kidnapped. The next morning, Will Turner , a blacksmith apprentice whom Sparrow fought in an escape attempt, seeks Sparrow's help to rescue Elizabeth, whom he secretly loves.
Sparrow agrees only when he realizes Will is the crucial element needed to break the curse and that he can use him to bargain back the Black Pearl.
Will frees Sparrow from jail, and the two commandeer the HMS Interceptor. After recruiting a crew in Tortuga with help from his old friend, Gibbs , they head to Isla de Muerta , where Sparrow knows the pirates will go to break the curse.
Once there, Sparrow and Will infiltrate the cave where a ritual is underway with Elizabeth, whose blood Barbossa believes will break the curse.
Mistrusting Sparrow, Will knocks him unconscious. He rescues Elizabeth, and the two escape to the Interceptor , but the Black Pearl pursues them.
After a fierce battle, the Interceptor is sunk, and the crew is captured. After learning Will can break the curse, Barbossa maroons Sparrow and Elizabeth Swann.
To Sparrow's horror, Elizabeth burns an abandoned rum stockpile as a signal fire that is spotted by Commodore James Norrington.
Sparrow provides the bearings to Isla de Muerta after Elizabeth persuades Norrington by accepting his previous marriage proposal to attack the island and rescue Will.
At the island, Sparrow saunters into the cave and interrupts Will's sacrifice. He informs the stunned Barbossa that Norrington is waiting outside to ambush them and proposes they form an alliance.
When Barbossa agrees and sends the crew to fight the navy, Sparrow attacks him. Barbossa impales Sparrow with his sword, believing he is mortally wounded; but, when he stumbles backwards into the moonlight, Sparrow is revealed to be an immortal skeleton having snuck a coin from the chest to curse himself.
Sparrow and Turner lift the curse just after Sparrow fatally shoots Barbossa with the shot he has carried for ten years. No longer immortal, Barbossa falls to the ground dead and the remaining now-mortal pirates surrender.
Sparrow is arrested and returned to Port Royal for hanging, but with help from Will and Elizabeth, the execution is interrupted, and he escapes by accidentally falling off the rampart and into the bay where the Black Pearl is waiting.
Sparrow is captain once again. Will and Elizabeth declare their love for another, and Norrington graciously concedes Elizabeth's hand to Will.
The Black Pearl in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. Thirteen years ago, Captain Sparrow obtained the Black Pearl from Davy Jones by bargaining his soul in exchange for years service aboard the infamous ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman.
Now the debt is due. One night, Sparrow's former shipmate, "Bootstrap Bill" Turner appears and marks him with the Black Spot , a sign the Kraken is hunting him.
Meanwhile, Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company arrests Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann for aiding in Sparrow's escape.
With Elizabeth in jail, Beckett offers clemency if Will agrees to search for Sparrow and his compass. He has Letter of marque with which he wants to recruit Sparrow as a privateer.
Otherwise, Will, Elizabeth, and former Commodore James Norrington will be executed. Will finds Sparrow and the crew held captive by cannibals on Pelegosto.
They escape, barely making it to the Black Pearl. Rowing upriver, they visit Tia Dalma , a voodoo priestess with whom Sparrow hints he was once close.
Sparrow shows her a drawing of a key; he does not know what it unlocks or where to find it, and his magical compass has failed him.
Tia Dalma says it will not work because Sparrow does not know what he truly wants or, "he is loath to claim it as his own".
She tells them the legend of Davy Jones and the Dead Man's Chest. When Jones lost his true love, his pain was so deep that he carved out his heart and buried it in the chest.
The key is kept with him. Back at sea, the Pearl encounters Davy Jones who has come to claim his debt. Sparrow tricks Will into telling Davy Jones that he was sent to settle Sparrow's debt, but Davy Jones tells Sparrow that one soul is not equal to another, and demands a total of souls in exchange for Sparrow's soul.
Sparrow's attempt to haggle a better price fails, and Davy Jones insists on keeping Will Turner as a "good faith" payment toward the debt, and removes Sparrow's black spot, giving him three days to find him 99 more souls.
In Tortuga, Sparrow and Gibbs recruit unsuspecting sailors. A fallen James Norrington applies and then attempts to shoot Sparrow, whom he blames for his ruin.
Elizabeth, who escaped jail, arrives and rescues Norrington from the ensuing brawl. Confronting Sparrow, Elizabeth demands to know what happened to Will.
Sparrow regrets to report he was press-ganged into Davy Jones' crew, although Norrington doubts Sparrow's claim that he was uninvolved.
Sparrow reveals the compass's secret, telling Elizabeth that if she finds the Dead Man's Chest, she can save Will. The compass works at last.
After setting sail for Isla Cruces , Elizabeth discloses it was Cutler Beckett who sent Will and shows Sparrow and Gibbs the Letters of Marque she took from him.
Norrington overhears the conversation and sets his own plan in motion. The captain then expresses an amorous interest in Elizabeth, who coyly rebuffs his attempts to woo her.
When he attempts to kiss her, the Black Spot suddenly reappears on his palm, and he hastily retreats. The Kraken is on the hunt again.
On Isla Cruces, Sparrow, Elizabeth and Norrington find the chest. Will arrives with the key having escaped from the Flying Dutchman.
Each man claims the heart. Turner hopes to free his father from Davy Jones' servitude, Sparrow wants to escape his blood debt, and Norrington schemes to reclaim his career.
Sparrow extricates himself from their three-way sword fight and gets the heart. However, Norrington steals it and the Letters of Marque and escapes while Jones' crew retrieves the chest, unaware it's empty.
Back at sea, the Dutchman chases the Pearl , but the Pearl outruns her. Jones summons the Kraken.
In a moment of cowardice, Sparrow deserts the Pearl as the crew valiantly fights the monster. However, Sparrow's underlying loyalty and honor compel him to go back and save his shipmates.
Knowing the Kraken will return, he gives the order to abandon ship. Realizing the Kraken is only after Sparrow, Elizabeth distracts him with a passionate kiss and cuffs him to the mast.
She claims she isn't sorry for her actions, to which Sparrow merely retorts "Pirate. Sparrow frees himself and bravely battles the ferocious beast, lunging into its toothy maw as the Pearl is dragged underwater.
Davy Jones declares their debt settled but is enraged when he discovers the Dead Man's Chest is empty. Meanwhile, Norrington delivers the heart and the Letters of Marque to Lord Beckett, hoping to reclaim his career.
Beckett now controls the world's oceans. The saddened crew make their way to Tia Dalma's. As she consoles them, she asks if they would be willing to sail to Worlds End to bring back Sparrow and the Pearl , to which all agree.
She says they will need a captain who knows those waters. Just then, the resurrected Captain Barbossa descends the stairs, asking what has become of his ship.
Lord Cutler Beckett continues his purge against piracy, hanging pirates, beggars, thieves, and even children without trial. Davy Jones is commanded to attack all pirate ships.
In response, the pirate lords comprising the Brethren Court are summoned to convene at Shipwreck Island; however, the late Captain Jack Sparrow, Pirate Lord of the Caribbean, died without a successor, and therefore must be present.
Captain Hector Barbossa leads Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann, Tia Dalma and the Black Pearl crew to Davy Jones' Locker to fetch Jack. They need the navigational charts leading to World's End, the gateway to the Locker, charts belonging to Sao Feng, Pirate Lord of the South China Sea.
In Singapore, Elizabeth and Barbossa bargain with Feng for a ship and a crew, but he refuses. Feng has a personal grudge against Jack and is furious that Will attempted to steal the charts from his revered uncle's temple.
Just then, East India Trading Company soldiers attack Feng's bathhouse. During the chaos, Will secretly bargains with Feng for the Black Pearl in exchange for Jack.
Will wants the Pearl to rescue his father from the Flying Dutchman. The crew journey through a frozen sea. Reaching World's End, they sail over an enormous waterfall and into Davy Jones' Locker.
There, Jack is aboard the Black Pearl , surrounded by desert and suffering hallucinations. To his amazement, strange crabs appear and carry the Pearl to an ocean where he is reunited with his former shipmates, although Jack and Barbossa continually bicker over who is the captain.
While seeking an escape route, the crew sees souls adrift under the water. Tia Dalma explains that Davy Jones was appointed by his lover, the sea goddess Calypso, to ferry those who died at sea onto the next world.
In return, Jones could step upon land for one day every ten years to be with her. But when Calypso failed to meet him, the scorned captain abandoned his duty and transformed into a monster.
He refused to travel with some of them as several of them have tried to kill him before stating one of them succeeded and noted Will was unaware of this.
He picked a few of them to come with him while leaving the rest behind. However, he was forced to concede that Barbossa, holding the navigational charts bestowed upon the crew by Sao Feng , would be useful in the escape, as in the locker, his compass didn't seem to work.
Jack and Barbossa arguing aboard the Pearl. Almost immediately, a rivalry formed between Jack and Barbossa with both claiming to be the rightful captain of the Black Pearl.
The crew boarded the Pearl and set sail on the endless seas of Davy Jones' Locker, meeting Elizabeth's father, Weatherby Swann , along the way.
The crew continued to sail through endless seas of Davy Jones' Locker, knowing that if they were unable to escape by sunset, they would remain trapped in that dimension forever.
Jack, however, was able to decipher one additional phrase, "Up is Down". Puzzled at first, after listening to his shoulder angel and devil debate his future ironically they look just like Jack he figured out the meaning, and coerced his crew into rocking the ship back and forth.
Barbossa, realizing Jack had figured out the chart loosed the objects below deck, until at last the Pearl tipped upside down under the waves. As the sun sank below the horizon, the ship returned to the world of the living at sunrise; the ship had literally been turned upside down to pass between dimensions, going from the bottom of the sea, and floating all the way to the top.
As soon as the crew emerged from the Locker, Barbossa pulled his pistol on Jack, leading to a tense stand-off.
Barbossa wanted to lead Jack to Shipwreck Cove as he was a pirate, but Jack adamantly wished to leave the pirates to their fate. This turned even Elizabeth and Will against Jack, but determined not to return to the locker, Jack pulled his pistol on Barbossa.
Then it was revealed that none of the crews' pistols would work due to the wet powder of just passing through the sea.
Jack and Barbossa were forced to grudgingly cooperate, and made for the nearest island to find fresh water. Jack and Barbossa at Black Sand Beach.
The island the crew happened upon was the one on which the corpse of the Kraken had been left, after Davy Jones had been forced to kill it by Lord Beckett.
Jack had a moment of sympathy for the creature, perhaps seeing the reflection of his own mortality in its dead eye.
Jack voiced his fear of death to Barbossa, who reminded him that death, not immortality, was the only certainty.
It was at this point that Jack decided to redouble his efforts to discover a way of achieving eternal life. In another turning point, Jack, who originally planned on simply running and becoming the last pirate as the EITC killed them all, finally realized that Beckett had to be stopped, and agreed to meet with the other members of the Brethren Court.
Sao Feng with Jack and Barbossa aboard the Pearl. However, his quest was postponed by the arrival of the Empress , and the betrayal of Sao Feng.
Jack and his crew were confronted by Sao Feng, who punched Jack on the nose in retaliation for a "great insult" paid by Jack at some point in the past.
Jack was forced to give up the Black Pearl when it transpired that "Captain" Turner had struck a deal with Feng to take the ship for himself, in order to catch the Flying Dutchman and free his father from servitude.
Jack then, realizing that his rescue was a scam, asked the crew if anyone had actually missed him. Five members did: Marty, Cotton, Pintel, Ragetti and Jack the Monkey.
Jack Sparrow and Cutler Beckett aboard the HMS Endeavour. Jack was then taken aboard the HMS Endeavour , flagship of Lord Cutler Beckett, where his diminished position did nothing to dampen his creativity at negotiation.
He struck his own deal, promising to lead Beckett to Shipwreck Cove , and thus deliver the Brethren Court into his clutches, in exchange for Jack's freedom from both the company and from Davy Jones.
Beckett, however, threatened to kill Jack to "Cut out the middle man", but Jack promised he would send the Brethren out to him, to ensure their battle.
Beckett agreed, as long as Sparrow could accomplish that feat. Jack using a cannon to escape the Endeavour. Their final negotiations were cut short through Barbossa and Feng's agreeing upon a common enemy, resulting in the Pearl's attack on the Endeavour.
Jack hastily shook on a deal, then escaped the flagship and returned to his own vessel via a cannon and rope, to find Elizabeth had been given over to Feng in order for Barbossa to retain the Pearl.
He ordered Will Turner to be sent to the brig and had the Pearl set sail to Shipwreck Cove. By this point, Jack found himself unable to trust Will Turner, as he escaped the brig to attempt to help Jack honor his bargain with Beckett by leaving a trail for Beckett to follow.
Jack, in realizing how far apart Will and Elizabeth were growing, conceived an elaborate plan where both he and Will could get what they both want.
Jack's plan was that he would stab the heart of Davy Jones , thereby making him immortal, ensuring his father's freedom, and Will could still be with Elizabeth.
Jack then gave Will his compass, set him overboard while sending his regards to Davy Jones, and then continued on to meeting the Brethren at the Cove.
Jack and Gibbs while arriving to Shipwreck Island. Arriving at Shipwreck Island , Jack commented on the lack of originality for pirates naming things, such as Larry , a geezer he once sailed with.
He also witnessed Tia Dalma being sent below deck, to the Pearl 's brig, perhaps while overhearing her conversation with Barbossa.
When gazing at Shipwreck Cove upon arrival, Barbossa and the crew commented on how many ships are at the Cove, in which Jack realized that he owed them all money.
Jack, Barbossa, and the rest of the Pearl 's crewmen carried on to the meeting at Pirate Hall. Jack Sparrow agrees with Elizabeth 's plan to fight.
During the meeting of the Fourth Brethren Court, Jack found himself at odds with Barbossa, and attempted to convince the Pirate Lords to unite against the East India Trading Company.
Whether this was playing them into the hands of Beckett or just pure logic, one can never guess. Jack skillfully used his extensive knowledge of surviving saying they could hold up within, but it would be devastating for morale, and half of them could die.
He also mentioned that they could also released Calypso , as Barbossa petitioned, but Jack thought that to be too risky.
Thus, he agreed with Elizabeth, who had finally joined them as the new Pirate Lord of the South China Sea. That they must fight.
Jack and Teague after the Brethren Court meeting. Everyone agreed to this plan, at least until Barbossa mentioned that the Code specifically mentioned that only the Pirate King can declare war.
Jack thought this to be made up, until Barbossa called upon Captain Teague , Jack's father to consult the Pirata Codex. When a vote had to be made for the next King, Jack voted for Elizabeth, knowing she would support the decision to go to war.
After the meeting, Jack went to confer his father. In the reunion, Teague offered Jack advice, concerning his search for immortality, "It's not just about living forever, Jackie.
The trick is living with yourself forever. Jack responded uncomfortably that she looked great. Afterwards, Teague gave the head to Jack for him to keep, and Jack kept it on his belt.
Jack switching places with Will Turner. With the meeting adjourned and the Pirate Lords decided upon their course of action, the fleet sailed out to meet the armada of the East India Company, the Black Pearl at its head.
When the pirates saw Cutler Beckett's armada and how many ships they were going against, they all turned angrily towards Jack, and sheepishly Jack called for the forces to parlay.
During the parlay, he was traded for Will, who had been recovered by Beckett in order that his debt to Davy Jones would once again, be settled.
Due to his escape, the debt had technically been reset. So years aboard the Dutchman were once again required.
Because his plan was working, Jack was unconcerned with being sent to the Dutchman , though slightly put off by Jones.
Jack hallucinating in the Dutchman 's brig. Jack was sent to the brig on board the Flying Dutchman , where he again experienced his hallucinations.
Jack weakly told them to go away, but they insisted that they couldn't go back to the locker without him. Then he saw a hallucination of what he might be like as a Dutchman crewman, and one of his other hallucinations commented that defeating Jones would put an alternative far out of reach.
Jack though was adamant, and decided to escape and steal the Dead Man's Chest. After thinking like Will, Jack fled the brig in the same manner Will had released Jack from Fort Charles over a year before.
He was then able to snatch the chest out from under the noses of its arguing guards, Mullroy and Murtogg in addition to recovering his effects.
However, he was accosted by Davy Jones and his crew during his escape, thereby forcing Sparrow to "fly" up into the Flying Dutchman' s rigging but Jones teleported to his location.
There, a fierce and ferocious duel ensued between the two captains as the Flying Dutchman and the Black Pearl engaged in battle around a maelstrom conjured by Calypso.
Jack Sparrow fighting Davy Jones for the Chest. At first, Jack held his ground before Jones revealed that he held the Key to the Dead Man's Chest.
Seeing this, Jack gained the upper hand, by slicing off Jones' tentacle that held the Key, and disarming him. However, Jones broke Jack's sword , and then took the chest from Jack, sending him flying onto a rope where he reclaimed his pistol from one of Jones' crew.
Swinging on the rope, Jack shot the chest from Jones' grip, sending it falling to the deck. The two engaged in a race to reach the chest whilst continuing their duel.
While Jones was distracted by Will and Elizabeth, Jack ultimately managed to get the key to open the chest and held his broken sword over the heart.
Jack holding Davy Jones' heart. After Jones asked Will Turner his routine question: "Do you fear death? However, Jack was plunged into a quandary when Jones stabbed Will Turner, leaving him to die.
Jack knew that the only way to save his old friend and defeat opponent would be to allow him to stab the heart, thus ensuring Will immortality, though at the cost of Jack's own chance at the same.
As Bootstrap Bill Turner snapped out of his delirium and engaged Jones, Jack fought with himself, struggling between his own dream of immortality and his one chance to save Will.
In the end, Jack's altruistic nature won over, as Jack forfeited his immortality. He placed his broken sword in Will Turner's dying hand, guiding it to stab the heart, killing Jones in the process.
As the Dutchman' s crewmen were coming towards them, Jack was forced to drag the frantic Elizabeth away from Will's body, knowing that they only had moments until the Dutchman was swallowed up in the maelstrom.
While Will's heart was carved out by Bootstrap Bill, Jack rigged a makeshift parachute and fled with the distraught Elizabeth back to the Black Pearl with the other pirates.
Arriving onboard the Black Pearl , the rest of his crew wanted to flee the field as the ship was damaged and the the Endeavour was now coming upon them.
Jack though, perhaps now determined to finish Beckett off, and salvage the cause of Piracy due to losing his shot at immortality, declined.
And when the Flying Dutchman burst from the sea, now captained by Will Turner, Jack knew they now had a fighting chance, and quickly readied the ship to turn on Beckett.
Together, the flagship of piracy and the ship of supernatural power turned on the Endeavor, dealing a devastating dual broadside on the symbol of British Power.
Lord Beckett was killed in the devastation, after which the East India Trading Company Armada fled the battle. Jack finds out that the his ship is gone.
With the battle won, Jack bade farewell to Elizabeth, who had to be with Will before he leaves to do his duty to ferry souls.
He then sailed the Black Pearl to Tortuga , where he was found in the company of Scarlett and Giselle , persuading them with an offer to ride aboard his ship.
However, upon returning to the harbor, Jack found the Pearl gone: Barbossa had mutinied once again by taking the Pearl , marooning him and Joshamee Gibbs ashore.
This didn't seem to faze Jack, however, who resorted to using a dinghy left to him. Scarlett and Giselle slapped Jack, after Jack confessed many things to them, which resulted in Gibbs being slapped by Jack.
Jack Sparrow sails to find the Fountain of Youth. As Gibbs remained in Tortuga, in the company of Scarlett and Giselle, Jack sails away on his dinghy.
Jack had anticipated Barbossa's treachery, and had cut out the middle part of Sao Feng's navigational charts for himself.
He was running up his pirate flag , while singing " A Pirate's Life for Me ", in his dinghy. Looking at Sao Feng's charts, he discovered that the location of the Fountain of Youth is in Florida , as the legends foretold.
Using his compass, he located a bottle of rum and began his search for the Fountain of Youth. A happy Jack then sailed off in his dinghy, while drinking the rum, as he began his journey to achieve immortality.
Even with the help of his map and compass , Jack Sparrow's search for the Fountain of Youth would last for several years.
It weren't the lure of charmed waters that first sent Jack on a course for the fabled Fountain but rather Jack set off in pursuit of his beloved ship, the Black Pearl , stolen from him by Hector Barbossa.
Knowing Barbossa was after the Fountain of Youth as well, Jack attempted to find the Fountain on his own. In his search, Jack was able to find the island where the Fountain was located, and had been close as reaching the cave entrance to the Fountain itself.
But Jack never made it to the elusive Fountain and was forced to turn back. Jack also had the way to the Fountain of Youth committed to his memory.
At some point in time, Jack Sparrow would have swallowed one of his teeth, which ended up being a part of his new trinket , and woke up with an "X" on his right cheek.
He also owned another pistol for his effects. Fortune sent Jack Sparrow east across the Atlantic , and it was then he heard tell of Joshamee Gibbs ' dire encounter with the authorities of London.
So Jack charted a course to London to effect the rescue of his devoted First Mate. Jack Sparrow as a Judge in Joshamee Gibbs ' trial. Soon Jack arrived to London to save Joshamee Gibbs from an appointment with the gallows.
However, while Gibbs was set to being put on trial for piracy , he was being mistaken for Jack Sparrow himself.
Upon arriving to London, he headed to the Old Bailey courthouse to save Gibbs. He bribed the driver of a prison carriage to transport him and Gibbs to shore when the trial was over.
Jack tied and gagged the real Judge and put him in a closet, after which Jack resumed as disguising himself as the Judge of Gibbs' trial.
Being known as Judge Smith, he had Gibbs pronounced guilty of being innocent of being Jack Sparrow. Much to the surprise of the crowd, Jack had Gibbs condemned to life in prison, rather than a hanging, and allows Gibbs to be transferred to the Tower of London under minimum security.
After the trial, Jack took off the Judge disguise as he made his way to signal the prison carriage driver, shortly before joining Gibbs in the prison carriage.
Throughout the ride, Gibbs informed Jack about the rumors of him recruiting a crew in the Captain's Daughter pub, in which Jack renounced as completely false and quite insulting.
But Jack also thought to find the imposter, because of the need of a ship to escape from England. Gibbs asked Jack of his search for the Fountain of Youth , which he responded that it was temporarily postponed and vowed that he would taste the water of the Fountain.
Jack dragged into St. James's Palace. The carriage abruptly stopped. Jack and Gibbs then discovered that they were completely surrounded by soldiers of the Royal Guard in front of St.
The Guards had also bribed the carriage driver to betray Jack and Gibbs by bringing them to the palace. Jack was forcibly taken into the palace, while Gibbs was sent to prison.
In the custody of the Royal Guards, Jack was dragged inside the main hall of St. James's Palace for an audience with His Majesty King George II.
Inside the royal banquet room, Jack was chained to a regal seat to await the King's arrival. While he was waiting for the King, he tried to grab a cream puff from the table.
Right when the doors open, a surprised Jack kicked the cream puff that he desired up into the air where it got stuck on the room's chandelier.
As the doors opened, King George arrived with many of his loyal subjects and Royal Guards. The King was accompanied by Prime Minister Henry Pelham and Lord John Carteret.
Jack Sparrow meeting with King George. Lord Carteret asked Jack if he was "Jack Sparrow", which Jack responded that the word "Captain" was missing in that statement.
After much confusion over if Jack was the real Jack Sparrow, the King ordered Jack's chains to be removed, as he was annoyed by Jack rattling the chains.
Henry Pelham and King George questions Jack about a map to the Fountain of Youth believed to be in Jack's possession. However, Jack discovered that the map was missing.
King George stated that he wanted the Fountain found before the Spanish, as he didn't want King Ferdinand to gain eternal life.
Pelham and Carteret asked Jack if he knew the way to the Fountain well enough to guide an expedition. Jack accepted, assuming that he would be provided with a ship and crew.
Jack was then introduced to the leader of the expedition; his old rival, Hector Barbossa. Jack and Barbossa had a brief reunion, in which Jack complemented Barbossa's new pirate lifestyle.
Barbossa debunked this by revealing that he was now a privateer in service to the King. Jack questioned Barbossa concerning the Black Pearl.
Barbossa revealed that he lost the Pearl in a battle which also cost him his leg, which he replaced with a peg leg. Jack angrily reacted to hearing about the loss of his beloved ship and the King's guards had to restrain him to stop him from attacking Barbossa.
Before King George and Barbossa resumed their business, Jack made one of his legendary escapes. Jack Sparrow broke free and took out the Royal Guards who held him with their rifles, which he used on the chandelier to make it swing.
After taking out some of the guards, Jack got the chance to fly up onto the top of the sill and grabbed the chandelier and swung across the room towards the balcony.
King George, Hector Barbossa and the King's subjects stared at the seemingly impossible escape. Jack grabbed the creme puff that was stuck on the chandelier and ate it as he left.
After retrieving his sword and pistols. He came to a window, which he opened, and prepared to jump over the busy street.
By the time the guards had gotten there, Jack had hidden behind one of the banners hanging between the buildings. The guard spotted Jack's movement and blew his whistle as Jack carefully tried to pull himself back up as another guard appears and hacked at the tassel holding the banner.
Jack then plummeted down into a carriage that was driving along the road, landing in a noblewoman 's lap, causing her to shriek in horror.
Jack stared and then leaned forward, seemingly kissing her while stealing one of her earrings, before climbing on top of the carriage.
Seeing that Royal Guards were after him, Jack managed to stand up on top of the moving carriage and leaped over to the other one.
He lost his balance slightly, and put each foot on one carriage. As soon as the carriages parted ways, Jack put both of his feet on one carriage.
He eventually made it onto a coal cart. As Jack pushed the cart driver aside, the guards were riding on horses and gaining on Jack as they began to shoot at him, until one shot hit a lantern on the carriage, igniting the coal.
Jack jumped to hold onto the sign of the Captain's Daughter tavern and waited until the guards rode past him, then dropped to the ground.
Before Jack could go on, a Royal Guard came up from behind and prepared to fire. A shot went off, but the Guard fell dead without pulling the trigger.
Jack turned and saw that he had been saved by his father, Captain Teague. Jack then went with his father into the Captain's Daughter tavern, where they conversed about the Fountain of Youth and one of the items needed for the Profane Ritual.
Teague then told Jack about the ones who were recruiting a crew for a ship, led by Scrum playing the mandola. Teague also warned Jack that the Fountain would test him as they both took gulps of their drinks.
Jack glanced at the crewmen singing with some wenches. When Jack turned around, Teague had vanished. Jack then went to question Scrum, holding a small knife to his throat.
As Scrum made fun of Jack, not knowing that he was the real Jack Sparrow, Jack saw a shadow on the wall. He followed it into the storeroom of the tavern.
As he looked around, the impostor appeared in front of him. The two Jacks pulled out their swords simultaneously and faced each other in a fierce duel in the storeroom.
Jack Sparrow fighting an impostor. The two ran over to the barbecue pit and circled each other. The impostor copied Jack's exact movements; Jack ran a hand down his beard and the other Jack did the same.
Jack was angered by how the impostor mirrored him so well. They clashed swords again. Jack chased the other Jack up a ramp with barrels all the way to one of the bars near the ceiling.
The two continued fighting, carefully balancing, shortly before tumbling down along with several barrels. They resumed fighting, evenly matched.
Eventually, the other Jack performed an advance swordfighting technique and then pointed his sword at Jack, who then realized who the impostor was.
He and other Jack clashed their swords once more before he grabbed the person and they share a kiss. Jack then gave his greeting to his former lover Angelica.
Jack and Angelica fighting Royal Guards in the storeroom of the Captain's Daughter. Jack and Angelica had a brief reunion, conversing on Angelica's actions of impersonating Jack, with Jack disapproving that he wasn't being impersonated as captain.
Angelica then asked Jack if he had really been to the Fountain of Youth , from rumors she had heard. Suddenly, Scrum came in warning Angelica of King George 's Royal Guards breaking into the tavern.
As they bursted into the storeroom, Jack and Angelica fought against the guards together. Jack and Angelica had the upper hand by slicing open barrels, ale spraying at the guards.
Jack jabbed one barrel, from which wine sprayed out, and he gulped hungrily from it. Angelica pushed him away as the Royal Guards aim their rifles at them.
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