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Biographical information


Ethnic group



Around the 17th century, killed by pirates


Armando Salazar's father (son)
Armando Salazar's mother (daughter-in-law)
Armando Salazar (grandson)


Armando Salazar's father
Armando Salazar
Salazar family

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales (Mentioned only)

Latest appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales (Mentioned only)


Killed by pirates

"Pirates had infected the seas for generations, taking the life of my father and his father before him. So I vowed to end this plague once and for all. And that's what I did. I destroyed dozens of ships."
―Armando Salazar[src]

This man was a member of the Salazar family, the father of a Spanish admiral and the grandfather of Captain Armando Salazar.


A man of Spanish origin, at some point in his life he had a son who married and gave him a grandson named Armando Salazar. Unfortunately, he was killed by pirates at an unspecified moment. and his son later suffered the same fate, which led his grandson to became a capitán and pirate hunter when he grew up, although he subsequently joined his grandfather and father after being killed by Hector Barbossa in the 1750s.

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