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Raid on Fort Alvo Grande
Fort Alvo Grande
Conflict:
Date:

Late 1720s[1]

Place:

Fort Alvo Grande, Panama

Outcome:

The pirates manage to break into the fort and steal the Skull of Teoxuacata but Stubb betrays Jack Sparrow and Will Turner to the Portuguese

Factions

Fort Alvo Grande flag

Portuguese Army

Calico Jack flag

Crew of the Black Pearl
Commanders

Unknown

Jack Sparrow

Participants

Several soldiers

5 pirates

Casualties

None

Two pirates captured

  [Source]
"Now we pause to appreciate the beginning of the raid proper."
Jack Sparrow[src]

The Raid on Fort Alvo Grande was an attempt of Captain Jack Sparrow and his pirate crew to steal the treasure guarded by the Portuguese Army in Fort Alvo Grande in Panama.

Prelude Edit

"Jack, your name is synonymous with 'weasel'."
"Then how did I ever talk you into this?"
"That is a mystery indeed.
"
Will Turner and Jack Sparrow[src]

Following his escape from Port Royal Jack Sparrow returned to the life of piracy as the rightful captain of the Black Pearl.[2] Soon, he found out about the treasure that was hidden in the jungles of Panama. For some reason he decided to ask for help Will Turner, the young blacksmith who helped him escape from Port Royal. Needing money to care for his fiance Elizabeth Swann, Turner reluctantly agreed to join Jack in another of his criminal ventures.[3]

Battle Edit

"First we will unlock the main gate... then we lower the flag and replace it with a Jolly Roger. That's a signal to our rickett ridden crew, and they'd best be watching for it."
Jack Sparrow to Will Turner[src]

The Black Pearl sailed for Panama, where Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and three other pirates left the ship. Walking through a dense jungle, Jack and Will left the rest of the crew to hide in the swamp while they proceeded to the fort.[3]

Escape Edit

Aftermath Edit

"If this wasn't happening, I'd swear you're making it up."
"It's the life of a pirate, mate.
"
Will Turner and Jack Sparrow[src]
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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. The timeline established in On Stranger Tides (which takes place in 1750) and Dead Men Tell No Tales (which takes place in 1751) sets the events of The Legend of Jack Sparrow around 1728. However, the exact placement still has to be officially confirmed by The Walt Disney Company.
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  3. 3.0 3.1 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow