1720s, killed by Christophe-Julien de Rapièr
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Killed by Christophe-Julien de Rapièr
- "First I ordered them to sail back through the fog so we could sack the island. They refused, those cowardly vermin! Then I told them that when you came through the fog, we would attack your wretched vessel, so I could take the gem of power that is rightfully mine. And they refused to do that, too! My first mate, he told me, no! That cowardly boche!"
"So I shot him. Zut! What a fuss they all made!"
- ―Christophe-Julien de Rapièr and Jack Sparrow
It is unknown when did this man became a pirate, but at some point in his life, he joined the rogue pirates led by Boris Palachnik. He served under Captain Christophe-Julien de Rapièr as First Mate aboard the brigantine, La Vipère.
When Jack Sparrow made a deal with de Rapièr to join forces to find the mythical island of Kerma and its treasure, the first mate and his comrades followed their captain. The La Vipère followed Sparrow's ship, the Wicked Wench, across the Atlantic Ocean. They found Kerma, but Jack's deal with de Rapièr forbid them to go ashore. A few days later, de Rapièr returned to his ship with a bag full of treasure, and the legendary gemstone, known as the Heart of Zerzura. De Rapièr ordered his crew to set sail, but after a few hours, the "Heart" turned into a large rock.
Full of rage, de Rapièr ordered his crew to return to Kerma. But the crew refused. Then, he told them to wait for the Wicked Wench, so they could attack her. But the crew refused that too. The First Mate personally said "No" to de Rapièr. Angry, de Rapièr took a pistol and shot him. The murder turned the crew against their captain. They deposed him as captain and set him adrift in a small boat with no food or water.
- The Price of Freedom (First mentioned)