1700s, killed due the destruction of the Silent Mary at the Devil's Triangle (resurrected later by the Triangle's forces)
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Drowned due to the trident being destroyed
Santos was an officer in the Spanish Royal Navy during the Age of Piracy, serving on the Silent Mary under the command of Capitán Armando Salazar. Cursed and forced to roam the seas in everlasting torment, he along with his Captain will stop at nothing to take their revenge on the very man who took their lives from them, Captain Jack Sparrow.
Later during his pursuit of Captain Jack Sparrow, the trident is destroyed by Henry Turner, releasing any curses it has upon the ocean. Santos, along with the rest of of the Salazar's crew, were devoured by the ocean and drowned.
Santos was a loyal officer in Armando Salazar's crew, following his captain in his numerous pirate-hunting expeditions. After a battle against ten pirate ships, several pirate survivors begged for mercy, but Salazar ordered the crew to kill them all. Santos and the rest of the crew shot the survivors.
Santos's loyalty eventually cost him his life when their ship sailed into the Devil's Triangle where the entire crew was killed in an explosion. However, Santos was resurrected by the supernatural powers of the Triangle with his crewmates as the undead. Hungry for revenge, the Spanish escaped from the Triangle and set out on a blind mission of vengeance to find the legendary Trident of Poseidon to kill the man they blamed for their fate - Captain Jack Sparrow.
He helped his captain in his quest for the Trident, and regained his human form after its destruction. As he, along with Salazar and the rest of the crew realized that the walls of water were being closed in around them, they all attempted to reach the anchor, their only way out of the depths of the ocean. Salazar and about 2 other crew members were able to make it aboard, leaving Santos and the remaining crew members to be devoured by the sea.
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- ↑ The timeline established in On Stranger Tides (which takes place in 1750) and Dead Men Tell No Tales (which takes place in 1751) sets this battle around 1708.
- ↑ As evidenced by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales: Movie Graphic Novel, the events of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales are set in 1751.