|This article is about Fitzwilliam P Dalton's watch. You may be looking for the book Jack Sparrow: The Timekeeper.|
At some point before the Third Brethren Court.
|Behind the scenes|
- "What is so bloody special about this rusty old thing, anyway?"
- ―Jack Sparrow
The Timekeeper was a magical watch that had the ability to alter time.
Fitzwilliam P. Dalton III was given the watch as a gift from his sister. It became a treasured memento when she was kidnapped by pirates.
Fitzwilliam kept the watch during his adventures with Jack Sparrow. The watch was stolen from Fitzwilliam by a thief on Isla Fortuna. Somehow, the watch ended up in a pawnshop in New Orleans. Fitzwilliam got it back while in New Orleans fighting Madame Minuit.
Shortly after sailing from New Orleans, Davy Jones came aboard the Barnacle and demanded that the watch be given to him. Fitzwilliam fought for the watch and Jack Sparrow discovered it's ability to stop time. Taking advantage of this ability, he escaped with Fitzwilliam to a nearby island.
After encountering the island's natives, Jack used the watch again to escape being sacrificed to Chantico. They attempted to escape, but were caught in another trap. They were brought before the leader of the Aztecs: Stone-Eyed Sam. They were once again able to use the Timekeeper to escape.
They soon encountered Chantico. She informed them that their use of the Timekeeper has disrupted the flow of time and gave them twelve hours to fix it. They went to Tia Dalma who told them that the Timekeeper must be held in the hand of someone who doesn't belong to their time and released again. Jack managed to get Stone-Eyed Sam to hold and release the Timekeeper, restoring time.
After that was done, the Timekeeper lost its power. Jack and Fitzwilliam were allowed to keep the watch.
The Timekeeper is able to stop time by lifting the watch's crown. It seems that every time it stops time, it also travels back in time.