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The title of this article is conjectural.
The origins regarding this drawing are unknown. It is known, however, that it was made at some point after Davy Jones placed his heart into the Dead Man's Chest. The drawing would at some point be placed at the Turkish Prison, where it would later be acquired by a man who wanted to find the chest, Captain Jack Sparrow.
Search for the Dead Man's Chest
After stealing the drawing, Jack Sparrow escaped the Turkish Prison and arrived aboard the Black Pearl, where he would show it to his crew. He would keep the drawing with him at all times, most notably while the Pearl was stranded at Isla de Pelegostos. After escaping the Pelegostos tribe, Jack convinced Will Turner to help him find the key in order to save Elizabeth Swann, who was was locked in a prison. When seeking help from Tia Dalma, Will showed her the drawing in order for her to know exactly which key they're looking for. Will continued to hold the drawing when he was shanghaied aboard Davy Jones' ship, the Flying Dutchman.
When Will challenged Jones to a game of Liar's Dice, he said if he won, Jones would have to give him the key, if not, Will would serve 100 years aboard the Dutchman. Jones, Will and Bootstrap Bill Turner played until Bootstrap Bill purposely lost. Will then went to the captain's cabin to steal the key from Jones himself. Will used two feathers to get the key out of Jones' facial tentacles. He then replaced the key with the drawing. Jones later discovered that the key was gone, and that Will stole it. He held the drawing shortly before sending the Kraken to destroy the Edinburgh Trader. The further fate of the drawing is unknown.
Behind the scenes
- The name "Drawing of the key" came from material relating to Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, including the film's script and junior novelization.
- In LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game, the drawing of the key only appeared with Tia Dalma.
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (First appearance)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (video game)
- LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (Non-canonical appearance)