The last words spoken by individuals before their deaths in the Pirates of the Caribbean universe.
Last words spoken by individuals before their deaths in the Pirates of the Caribbean films.
- "Free the rudder! Hard to port then hard to starboard!"
- ―Bellamy moments before being claimed by the Kraken[src]
- "Sorry mate! It's every man for himself!"
- ―Quartermaster to Will Turner shortly before the Kraken attacks[src] (deleted scene)
- "Sri Sumbhajee proclaims this all to be folly! Hang the Code! Who gives a—"
- ―Askay to the Brethren Court before being shot by Edward Teague[src]
- "I'm not going to kill you. I've made you a promise."
- ―Will Turner to Bootstrap Bill Turner (resurrected later)[src]
- "Light 'em up! Muster your courage! Drive 'em to shore!"
- ―Purser during the battle at Whitecap Bay[src]
- "This land is hereby forever claimed in the glorious name of His Majesty, King George—"
- ―Theodore Groves at the Fountain of Youth[src]
Last words spoken by individuals before their defeats or deaths in the Pirates of the Caribbean games.
- "Curse you a thousand times, Jack Sparrow. I'll not see you skewered this day—no. But another one, aye. You have my word on that."
- ―Black Smoke James[src]