|Behind the scenes|
- ―Captain to his men
Sometime in 1750, the Royal Guard would arranged the capture of pirates Jack Sparrow and Joshamee Gibbs at St. James's Palace. The Captain would use his rifle to knock Jack to the ground shortly before he is taken away. He would immediately lead a column of guards into the banquet room, where King George would try to convince Jack Sparrow to guide an expedition to the Fountain of Youth.
However, though he was completely surrounded, Jack Sparrow attempted to escape the banquet room. Using his sword, the Captain would attack at Jack, but not before the pirate was able to rise up to the top of the room's windowsill and escape the room. With haste, the guards immediately ran to find the pirate where they would find an open window. The Captain would look out for Jack Sparrow until he noticed Jack hiding behind one of the banners in London's streets and blows his whistle. A window next to the banner opens, and the Captain ordered another guard to cut the tassel holding the banner, which led to Jack plummeting down into a carriage.
By the time the Captain caught up with Jack Sparrow, he was jumping on top of a carriage and jumping to another carriage. Jack would soon end up driving a coal wagon. The Captain, now chasing Jack on a horse, fires his pistol at Jack, but hits a lantern mounted on the side of the wagon, causing the coal to burst into flames. The Royal Guard would soon loose Jack in the chase.
Not wanting to fail their King, the Captain led the guards as they continued their search for Jack in the Captain's Daughter pub. They found Jack with a female pirate and fought against them, but not before they escaped into the River Thames. His further fate is unknown.
Behind the scenesEdit
- The Captain of the Guard was portrayed by Luke Roberts in On Stranger Tides.
- In the original story for The Curse of the Black Pearl, the leader of the British forces in Port Royal was a villainous Captain of the Guard named Defoe. The character was ultimately replaced with James Norrington.