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Crew of the HMS Peacock
General information

Benedict Huntington


Benedict Huntington

Notable members

Roland McTavish


HMS Peacock

Other information

East India Trading Company

Behind the scenes
First appearance

The Turning Tide

Latest appearance

Wild Waters

The crew of the HMS Peacock was the most disciplined group of sailors ever to sail with the East India Trading Company. Their captain, Benedict Huntington, lead his crew with an iron fist. One unlucky crew member was cast off the ship during Huntington's rage. The other crewmates quickly learned to follow Huntington's orders no matter what the cost. Hired in Hong Kong, the crew sailed through the Indian and the Atlantic Ocean all the way to Europe to capture Jack Sparrow. The crew faced several heated battles such as the attack on Sri Sumbhajee's palace.

Notable crewmembersEdit