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Hector Barbossa -2
"So tell me, what's become of my ship?"
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Pirate with broom
Unknown
Biographical information
Gender

Male

Hair color

Brown

Died

1751 (presumably)

Also known as

Pirate with Broom

Statistics
Ship(s) captained or crewed

Red Dragon

Affiliation

Barbossa's fleet

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

Last appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

Cause

Deceased

Portrayer

Goran D. Kleut

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This man was a pirate who served on the Red Dragon, one of the ten ships in Captain Hector Barbossa's pirate fleet.

Biography Edit

At some point before 1751, this pirate joined Barbossa's fleet, and was stationed on the Red Dragon. When Armando Salazar and his ghostly, undead crew escaped the Devil's Triangle, this ship was their first victim. An undead seagull landed on the starboard railing on the main deck, being noticed only by this man. The pirate thought that he was hallucinating, and so he splashed water over his face. When he checked once more, the seagull had disappeared, but he noticed a fastly approaching ship on the horizon. He then faced his left a third time and observed the bird had appeared again. The pirate let out a startled scream, as the whole ship was crushed under the hull of the Silent Mary, cutting it in half in a way similar to that of a razor.

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