In a small Frequently Asked Questions sheet that comes for free with the ATW DVD the question is raised 'Barbossa was Captain Jack's first mate so how can he be a pirate lord?' to which the answer is 'At some poit in the past, the Pirate Lord of the Caspian Sea passed his Piece of Eight to Barbossa. That is a story yet to be told.' I think this is quite interesting, and we should do an article about 'Barbossa's Predessecor'. Also on the same note, I've noticed that most of the former Pirate Lords that we've found are all from the same generation (;Teague, Sao Feng's Father and Barbossa's Predessecor.) Why then aren't they written as part of the Third Brethren Court? It seems only logical for me, but I'm open to any flaws in my argument. --Bartholomew 184.108.40.206 19:18, 9 January 2008 (UTC)
- The reason we don't have an article Barbossa's predecessor is because we don't really know much about him. We have one sentence total. The reason these people are listed as the Third Brethren Court is because we don't know that they were, in fact, the Third Brethern Court. It's entirely possible the court was never called in their time as Pirate Lord. --Wanderingshadow 14:40, 10 January 2008 (UTC)
Yeah but you have to admit, we don't know that much about Sao Feng's father either, except that he was 'Lord of the South China Seas.' I accept your argument on the Brethren Court though. Bartholomew 220.127.116.11 17:05, 10 January 2008 (UTC)
Also, a question is WHEN Barbossa became a Pirate Lord? --Uskok - Pirate Lord of the Adriatic sea 09:24, 15 January 2008 (UTC)Uskok - Pirate Lord of the Adriatic sea
- Yes, was It? If so I'll add it to the article on Barbossa and to the timeline. El Chupacabra 14:25, 15 January 2008 (UTC)
- "Hector Barbossa, not a man to be trustead. He lead the mutiny against jack and eventually became a Pirate Lord himself"
- ―At World's End DVD Bonus Disk: Inside the Brethren Court, Barbossa's profile
- A good quote. I'll put it into the article. El Chupacabra 13:43, 16 January 2008 (UTC)