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- "We're out of range!"
- ―Koleniko to Davy Jones
Koleniko was a crew member serving aboard the Flying Dutchman under the command of Captain Davy Jones around the time of the search for the Dead Man's Chest. He served as the ship's primary navigator and kept order on the ship alongside Jimmy Legs and Maccus.
At some unknown point in his life, Angler became a member of the Crew of the Flying Dutchman under Captain Davy Jones.As with Davy Jones' other crewmen, Koleniko had gradually taken on characteristics of various sea creatures. Most notable of these aquatic deformities was that the right side of his face, left shoulder and arm had been fused with the spines of a pufferfish, and would inflate and deflate with his breathing. His eye had transformed into a bloated fish eye that served him well when navigating by the stars. Holes and pock-marks covered the right-hand side of his face, accentuating Koleniko's inhuman appearance. His left hand was bloated, giving the appearance of a fin, and his poncho appeared to be coated with, or may have been entirely comprised of, seagrass. When William Turner Jr. appeared aboard the Scuttled ship, the crew fought the young man, Koleniko among them. Eventually, Crash knocked him out. Davy Jones boarded the ship, and Turner revealed that Jack Sparrow was nearby aboard the Black Pearl. Koleniko and the other crewmen boarded the Pearl, and held back the Motley crew as Jones and Sparrow negotiated. Koleniko held a knife to Pintel's throat.
Koleniko participated in a game of liar's dice with Maccus and Clanker prior to Will Turner challenging Davy Jones, which Clanker won after Maccus incorrectly called him out, gaining ten years of service. Koleniko was, later, one of the crewmen who turned the Kraken Hammer, and was whipped by Jimmy Legs. Following the destruction of the Edinburgh Trader, Jones ordered Koleniko to chart a course to Isla Cruces.
Under Maccus, Koleniko and the other crewmen traveled to Isla Cruces in Jones' stead as the captain could not step on dry land. The crew discovered the Dead Man's Chest empty, and, hearing the bell tower, put two and two together and headed to the tower. However, Koleniko did not accompany them, remaining at the beach. He later saw and ambushed Jack Sparrow as he was standing next to his boat at the bay. He was knocked to the ground with an oar by Jack. The Motley crew escaped with their lives, much to the dismay of Davy Jones. Later when the Dutchman ambushed the Pearl off Isla Cruces, Koleniko manned the cannons and fired on Jack Sparrow's ship. The ship got away, but was soon tracked down and teared apart by the Kraken. Koleniko witnessed Jones' rage when he opened the chest and discovered his heart was not there.
Koleniko remained onboard the Flying Dutchman up until and beyond the time when East India Trading Company assumed control of Davy Jones, his ship and its crew, including Koleniko. When the crew of the Empress was imprisoned aboard the Dutchman, he was mistaken as Bootstrap Bill Turner by Elizabeth, who was locked in the brig.
During the Battle of Calypso's maelstrom, Koleniko remained aboard the Dutchman. He was present when Will Turner's heart was cut out. When Will Turner became captain of the Flying Dutchman, Koleniko reverted to human form like all the other crewmen. His further fate is unknown.
Behind the scenes Edit
- Koleniko was played by Clive Ashborn in Dead Man's Chest and At World's End.
- In the revision screenplay draft of Dead Man's Chest, Koleniko was described by having one eye. In the finished version of the film, Koleniko has two eyes like his comrades, leaving that the one who at least does not seem to have two eyes in the face is Maccus (who has one eye moved).
- In Pirates of the Caribbean Online, Koleniko is known as Urchinfist.
- Pirates of the Caribbean Online
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (First appearance)
- The Journey of Will Turner!
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
- LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (Non-canonical appearance)