"Pirates had infected the seas for generations, taking the life of my father and his father before him. So I vowed to end this plague once and for all. And that's what I did. I destroyed dozens of ships. The last ones joined together to try defeat me but they soon realized it was hopeless. Nothing could stop the Silent Mary."
"No, no, no. No need to fear me, boy. I always leave one man alive to tell the tale. Find Sparrow for me, and relay a message from Capitán Salazar. Salazar! Tell him... I will behold the daylight again, and on that day... Death... Death will come straight for him. Will you say that to him? Please?" "Yes." "I wish I could do it myself, but dead men tell no tales."
"My name is Cap'n Barbossa. I stand before you with cordial intent." "Aye, cordial intent. Do you hear that? This pirate wishes to be cordial. So let me show what my cordiality is, hombre. Every time I tap my sword, one of your men will die, so I suggest you speak quickly. Might want to go a bit faster, Capitán. Where is Jack Sparrow?" "Jack be sailing for the Trident." "No, the sea belongs to the dead." "The Trident controls the sea." "No! No! There's no treasure! There's no treasure that can save him. He'll die with you." "I be the only one that can lead you to him. I declare you should have Jack's life by sunrise on the morrow or you can take me own then. Do we have an accord?" "Heh, heh! Take me to him and you will live to tell the tale." "You have me word. I thank you on behalf of me crew." "Oi. You can take what's left of them. The living come aboard!"
"The sun is up. And so is your time." "Not to disagree but the precision of our accord ends at sunrise. This be but first light, far from a fully risen sun. And I know you to be a man of honor." "Honor! You know nothing of me." "I know what it's like to be bested by Jack Sparrow. He's an enemy to us both." "You don't know who I am." "I've heard stories of a mighty Spanish captain, El Matador Del Mar. A man who scourged the sea, hunted and killed thousands of men." "No, no, no, no, no. Men, no! No, no, no, no. Pirates, eh! Pirates!"