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"Yes. You're right, the noble Captain Jack Sparrow can't just sit idly by and let gold—I mean, this fine young lady—sail off to her doom. Clearly, we must go after the go—I mean, the young lady. It's only right and proper. Crew! Trim the jib! Man the helm! We've got some rescuing to do!"
The Attack on the Spanish galleon was an attack of Jack Sparrow's pirate crew on a Spanishgalleon in the Caribbean. The goal of the pirate attack was the liberation of PrincessCarolina, who was imprisoned on the Spanish ship, but aside from saving a pretty young lady, Jack Sparrow also wanted to steal chests of Spanish gold which were onboard the ship. After a quick fight, the battle ended with the complete pirate victory. After they looted the Spanish ship, the crew of the Black Pearl sailed for New Orleans.