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With the Sword of Triton, Blackbeard is able to bring his ship to life, creating what screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio describe as "a massive spiderweb of rope and rigging, crossing this way and that, all of the pirates caught in the web, bound, trapped like flies"—as can be seen in this Wil Madoc Rees illustration.


Disney Second Screen: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides


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