As he ate his meal, Groves came to him, reporting rumors about the ship's destination amongst the crew. Barbossa told Groves to continue on. But seeing that Groves hasn't moved on prompted Barbossa to reveal their immediate course in their quest, Whitecap Bay. Gibbs came in to ask if the stories of the bay were true and, after Barbossa ordered him to say it, asked if the journey to the bay could involve mermaids. Barbossa revealed that they were indeed sailing there. The crew then started to fear the worst, even leading one of its members to jump overboard to the sea, whom Barbossa believed to be a deserter.
However, Barbossa managed to inspire confidence into the men by asking if they were King's men. And so the Providence set sail for Whitecap Bay. Barbossa threatens Groves at Whitecap Bay. Soon the Providence would arrived to Whitecap Bay. As a storm erupted, Barbossa brought a team ashore, consisting of a handful of men, including his officers, Groves and Gillette, and Gibbs. While Barbossa's men found remains of deceased mermaids from the recent attack on the bay , Gibbs warned Barbossa to give up the madness.
Barbossa stated that he couldn't, saying that "footsteps lie before him"; when Gillette noted that it was actually just footstep due to Barbossas's peg leg, the captain's only response was an annoyed grimace. As Groves warned Barbossa that they must hasten, the remaining crew aboard the Providence fell under attack by the enraged mermaids. Knowing that they were dead already, Barbossa ordered a heading from Gibbs.
Groves, being concerned for the men aboard, urged Barbossa to help them, but Barbossa denied the idea while pointing his pistol at Groves to change his mind. As Barbossa tried getting a heading from Gibbs, the Providence soon fell to its attackers and sunk beneath the waves. With their ship ultimately destroyed, Gibbs found their next heading and the crew continued the journey through the jungle island.
Barbossa and his crew journeying through dark jungles. Continuing their journey through dark jungles, Barbossa and Gibbs complained about it being nice to have a map or a ship. Barbossa ordered everyone in the crew to stop as he carefully takes a little, but deadly poisonous dart frog from Gibbs' shoulder. He put it in a jar with the other frogs that he recently started collecting.
As Gibbs stared in a bewilderment, Barbossa asks if an old man can't have his own hobby. He ordered the crew to push on in their search, telling them that they could sleep when they were dead. Looking at his collection of frogs, he said to himself that fortune continued to favor him. Barbossa confronts Jack Sparrow in the Santiago. The Chalices were a key element of the ritual for the Fountain of Youth , and Barbossa knew that Blackbeard had to find them.
He discovered the Santiago on the edge of the cliff and entered the captain's cabin, waiting for the arrival of Blackbeard. Seeing that they were both after the same prize, Jack wanted to fight Barbossa. But the balance of the Santiago was so unstable that when they moved, the ship dangerously leaned. As Barbossa and Jack put the ship into balance, a chest slid from under the bed.
They knew that the chest held the Chalices , but before they could reach it, the ship went unbalanced again. After once again getting the ship into balance, Barbossa and Jack decided to open the chest together. However, they only discovered that there was nothing inside, except for two stones instead of the two Chalices.
They both realized that the Spanish already took the Chalices. Barbossa and Jack later found the location of the Spanish camp where they met up with Barbossa's men. Jack and Gibbs had a brief reunion before the crew continued with their goal. As the crew made it to a stopping point near the Spanish camp, Jack stated that he would take the mission from there on account of Barbossa's condition of having one leg.
Barbossa however stated that he'd accompany Jack. Barbossa ordered Groves for the men to stay back and wait for the signal. Barbossa and Jack captured by Spanish soldiers. Going through palm trees and bushes, and waded through a lake, Barbossa and Jack were able to sneak over to some bushes to investigate a tent where The Spaniard was conversing with his men. Barbossa and Jack then notice the Chalices right on the table where the tent was and crawled through bushes towards them.
After Jack said that his sword smelled funny, Barbossa revealed that his sword was poisoned from the innards of poisonous frogs. As they stood up to plan the next step in their infiltration, Barbossa looked around to calculate an escape route, thinking that's how Jack's successful escape plans work.
Jack however suggested to improvise. Barbossa and Jack were able to swipe the Chalices and knock out a Spanish officer. However, after attempting to just walk out and fighting off some Spanish soldiers, the two were captured by a dozen Spanish soldiers with muskets. Barbossa reveals what happened to the Black Pearl to Jack. Now prisoners of the Spanish, Barbossa and Jack were stripped of their possessions and tied around palm trees, sitting facing each other. Barbossa reached forward, hands still tied, and works to unscrew his peg leg and opens his rum supply.
As Barbossa took a gulp, Jack reacts to this by his desire for one. Barbossa then hands the wooden leg over to Jack, who toasts it to revenge, revealing that he knew of Barbossa's true intentions aboard the Santiago —to confront Blackbeard. Though denying it at first, Barbossa came out with it, relaying on Blackbeard's attack on the Black Pearl and how his leg was lost. Barbossa screws his leg back into place on its harness as he admitted no interest for King George or "tavern yarns that give hope for a healed limb", but was willing to give his left arm just for a chance to take on Blackbeard: Jack assured Barbossa that he'll get the chance, finally having his hands freed.
With haste, Jack scootches up the trunk and climbs upwards a palm tree. Barbossa looks on Jack's escape attempt with admiration as Jack reached the top and was suddenly slingshoted onto another palm tree. Patrolling Spanish soldiers witnessed the escape and took out their weapons and spread out to find Jack.
As Barbossa struggled to get free, Groves appeared with Jack and Barbossa's weapons, taking Jack's distraction as the signal, and sets Barbossa free. Barbossa and Groves then fled back to the rest of Barbossa's crew. Barbossa apologized to Jack for the chalices but stated he wasn't going back. However, Jack revealed he obtained the Chalices in the escape. With the Chalices retrieved, Jack and Barbossa quickly made way in their new joint venture, in which Jack would help Barbossa get his chance of revenge against Blackbeard. While Jack rejoined Blackbeard and his crew , Barbossa and his crew followed them from a distance.
When the pirates found the Fountain of Youth , Barbossa and his crew made a surprising entrance, out of the Fountain's foggy environment, in which Barbossa finally confronts Blackbeard. As Barbossa pulled out his sword, he declared Blackbeard as his prisoner, for numerous crimes including the loss of his leg. Blackbeard asked Barbossa if he was to face his sword , in which Barbossa said he would, being far away from his ship. Blackbeard, believing Barbossa was the "one-legged man" from his prophesied death, believed Fate had come to him.
However, Blackbeard didn't want to go down without a fight. And so a battle ensued as both Barbossa and Blackbeard's crew started to fight each other, with their captains in a fierce duel to the death. Barbossa duelling with Blackbeard at the Fountain of Youth. In their deadlock battle, Barbossa fought Blackbeard, as he blocked the pirate's attacks with his sword and crutch. They continued slashing at each other until Gillette got in the way and was fatally stabbed by Blackbeard, briefly interrupting their duel. Gillette's body fell onto Barbossa, who immediately pushed it aside to resume fighting with Blackbeard.
They fought evenly throughout their duel, until Blackbeard grabbed Barbossa's crutch and chopped it in half, leaving Barbossa slightly unbalanced. Blackbeard laughed and said that there could have been more of a fight, to which Barbossa retailated by poking Blackbeard in the face with the remaing half of his crutch.
Despite being at a disadvantage, Barbossa was still able to fight, until Blackbeard tripped Barbossa to the ground, where he couldn't get back up due to his peg leg. To Blackbeard's frustration, Barbossa had a smile on his face, which infuriated him as he was about to finish him off. But Blackbeard wouldn't be given that chance, as Barbossa pointed out to him, as he gazed upon unwanted visitors—the Spanish. Barbossa and Blackbeard watched as The Spaniard and his men appeared out of the fog, slowly stopping the fight at the Fountain of Youth.
After killing Groves and taking the Chalices from Angelica , Blackbeard's daughter, the Spaniard declared that the Fountain was to be destroyed and smashed the two Chalices thrown them in a deep pool nearby. As the Spanish began destroying the Fountain, the Spaniard confronted Blackbeard, calling him a fool for seeking what only faith can provide. Blackbeard debunked that claim, saying that for faith there is enough to see, but enough to blind.
Barbossa took this opportunity to cut Blackbeard's wrist with his poisonous sword. As the bewildered Blackbeard turned around, Barbossa ran him through with his sword, saying that his act was for the Black Pearl. Seeing that he was mortally wounded, Angelica ran to her father's side to remove the sword, but cut herself in the process. Barbossa informed them that the blade of his sword was poisoned, saying that he wouldn't have faced Blackbeard without a "little venomous advantage".
As the Spanish continued destroying the temple around the Fountain, Barbossa walked to pick up Blackbeard's sword , claiming it along with his ship and crew as payment for his lost leg. And so Barbossa left Blackbeard to die at the Fountain, followed by Blackbeard's human crew. Hector Barbossa looks upon his new ship. Having taken the revenge he wanted from Blackbeard , Barbossa made his way across the huge barren rocks, backed by what is left of Blackbeard's pirate crew , including Ezekiel , Salaman , Garheng , Scrum , and the Cabin Boy.
Anchored in the bay of the island , lied the Queen Anne's Revenge. When he came aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge , Barbossa had changed into his full pirate regalia. As Barbossa took the ship's helm , the Cabin Boy approached him with an old wide-brimmed black hat —the very hat Barbossa had lost in battle—which he found belowdecks. Barbossa takes the hat and flips it as he places it on top of his head.
He then draws his new sword , causing the lines to whip through the air and the sails unfurl, on their own accord. The crew looks in wonder, as Barbossa points the sword straight ahead, causing the Revenge to sail forward at full speed. As the Revenge sailed, Barbossa sheathed his sword and yelled orders to his new crew, who approve him as their new captain. Barbossa became a notorious pirate captain once again as he reached into his coat and pulled out his Letters of Marque , saying that the Crown served him well, and ripped them up as he told the crew of their next destination.
The papers flew through the air as Barbossa had the Revenge set sail for Tortuga. Now a pirate once again, and with Blackbeard's ship and sword in his possession, Barbossa was literally unstoppable. Quickly he assembled a pirate fleet of ten ships , with the Queen Anne's Revenge serving as his flagship. He became the terror of the Seven Seas, pillaging the wealthy trade ships and filling the holds of the Queen Anne's Revenge with treasures beyond most men's wildest dreams. With the power of the Sword of Triton, Barbossa finally fulfilled his old desire of living the life of a rich rogue.
He surrounded himself with riches, dressing himself in finest uniforms he could steal, and even replaced his wooden peg leg with one made of gold. At some point, Barbossa saved the witch Shansa from hanging. Even though he couldn't pay her way out of jail, she turned her prison cell in Saint Martin into a sanctum sanctorum, where she would devote herself to all kinds of magic. Barbossa would occasionally visit her by bribing the guards, and she returned the favor by cursing his enemies.
Barbossa and Salazar make a deal. Barbossa's reign of terror began to shatter when three of his ships were destroyed by a mysterious attacker which seemed to have no interest in riches and left only one man from each crew to tell the tales. She confirmed him that Salazar had returned and was looking for Jack Sparrow , the pirate responsible for his demise. In order to keep his fleet from being wiped out, Barbossa chose to confront Salazar in person. The Queen Anne's Revenge was soon boarded by a ghostly crew against which the pirates were defenseless.
Barbossa informed Salazar that he could lead him to Jack Sparrow in exchange for his own safety. After killing several of Barbossa's crewmen, Salazar took Barbossa and the remaining pirates aboard the Silent Mary. Barbossa finds Jack Sparrow. Salazar and Barbossa tracked down Sparrow to Hangman's Bay , with Barbossa barely escaping being killed by Salazar as he found Sparrow at the last moments of the deal he had concluded with the Spanish captain. Since Salazar and his men could not set foot on land because of their curse, Barbossa and his men went to find Sparrow as he was on the verge of forcefully marrying Beatrice Kelly.
As a wedding gift, Barbossa and his men quickly got rid of Pig Kelly and his men who had captured Sparrow. When Mullroy and Murtogg asked him if they should not turn Sparrow over to Salazar, Barbossa retorted that he would instead use Sparrow in order to find the Trident of Poseidon , which has power that would be capable of destroying Salazar so that Barbossa would be in control of the oceans once again. Since he had lost his own ship, Barbossa needed a new one to fulfill his plans and used the powers of the Sword of Triton to release the Black Pearl from its bottle.
He was then reunited with Jack the monkey as he held Sparrow at gunpoint and took control of the ship, tying Jack Sparrow to the foremast and Henry Turner and Carina Smyth to the wooden stand for ship's bell on the quarterdeck. At first Barbossa tried to find the way to the Trident of Poseidon on his own, ignoring Carina's warnings that his maps were incomplete. However, when a lightning illuminated a dark shape of the Silent Mary in pursuit of the Pearl , Barbossa realized that he needed Smyth to take them to the island where they would find the Trident and thus released her, ordering his men to let her sail the ship to their destination.
Barbossa noticed that Smyth was carrying the diary of Galileo Galilei , an object that he had once possessed. While discussing its origin with Smyth and how she got it from her father, a shocked Barbossa discovered that Carina Smyth was actually his own daughter and walked off. He pulled out Jack's compass and when it pointed toward Carina he realized that she was his "lost treasure" that Shansa talked about.
When Jack Sparrow figured that as well, he confronted Barbossa on the matter, and the older pirate told him how he left Carina as an infant in the orphanage after her mother's death, hoping that the ruby from the diary would afford her some easy life. When Jack attempted to blackmail Barbossa the old pirate threatened him with cutting off his tongue, and Jack the monkey finally gagged Jack with a piece of cloth. Just a moment later the British warship Essex appeared in the dark, not far away from the starboard side of the Pearl.
Barbossa ordered the crew to fight to the last, as he didn't intend to let the Pearl be taken from him again. However, before the Essex could fire a broadside the Silent Mary suddenly crashed into it, cutting the British vessel in half. The Spanish ghosts boarded the Pearl and a fierce battle ensued, during which Barbossa valiantly fought against the ghosts. However, he knew if they didn't find land soon he and all his men would die.
The battle was ended when Smyth managed to take the Pearl to the island where they believed they would find the Trident of Poseidon. Barbossa said that finding the Trident was their only chance to save Turner as well since he had been captured by Salazar. Smyth quickly noticed that one of the ruby stones which were supposed to give them the location of the artifact was not shining like the others, as it lacked the fragment that decorated the Diary of Galileo Galilei. Barbossa gave Smyth the fragment that had been previously stolen by his monkey Jack , telling her to find the Trident for her father.
Once Smyth put the fragment in place, the island shook as the sea was torn in half with Sparrow and Smyth falling to the bottom of the ocean while Barbossa managed to remain at the surface. With the arrival of Salazar possessing Henry Turner , Sparrow and Smyth were put in danger but faced a new problem after the trident was destroyed. Fortunately, Barbossa returned to the Black Pearl and had it sailed right on the edge of the ocean's rift. There, he ordered his men to lower the anchor as he was grabbing it, getting down into the open abyss to rescue Sparrow, Smyth and Turner, whose body had been freed of his control once the Spanish captain had seized the Trident.
With the Trident broken, Salazar and his men were returned to their human form as the ocean rift was closing, threatening to drown them all. Barbossa called out to his allies urging Sparrow, Henry, and Carina to come aboard. They all ran and successfully grabbed the anchor's chain as Salazar and two of his crew members chased after and grabbed hold as well. As Carina began to climb the anchor, she slipped and nearly fell, but was saved by Barbossa. By doing so, Barbossa revealed a tattoo on his arm that had the same shape of a schematics drawn in the Diary of Galileo Galilei.
Upon seeing this, Smyth understood that Barbossa was her father and asked him what she meant to him, to which he responded " treasure ". Carina looked at her father in shock as he smiled. However, Barbossa realized that Salazar was slowly getting closer and closer toward his daughter with his sword drawn, threatening his daughter's life.
Sparrow took Turner's sword and shouted "Hector! After assuring Carina was safely on the anchor, Barbossa grabbed the hilt of the sword and let go of the anchor. As he fell through the air Carina and Barbossa locked eyes, before he pierced the dangling Salazar through the back with his sword and the villainous Spaniard began to fall toward the depths of the ocean, letting out a scream of horror, which was soon silenced from him landing face first on to the anchor below, then disappearing through the water. Barbossa and Carina locked eyes one last time, Barbossa having a look of pleasure and peace, knowing his daughter had finally made it to safety.
Carina looked at her father with sheer horror as he was then consumed by the surrounding waves out of her sight. Jack looked as if he was sent into pure shock as he watched his old rival be consumed by the waters below. Captain Hector Barbossa's notorious reign of piracy, had finally come to an end, making the ultimate sacrifice to save what he held dearest to him, his "treasure". Jack sighed and looked down "Pirate's life, Hector Murtogg and Mullroy removed their hats from their heads and placed them on their hearts, honoring their fallen Captain.
Gibbs then followed in their footsteps and placed his hand on his heart, appearing to be effected dearly by it, even Jack the monkey joined in honoring the fallen Captain. The entire crew of the Black Pearl mourned the loss of Captain Hector Barbossa, who sacrificed everything to save those he held dearest to him. Although all had seemed loss, Barbossa had left something behind, a daughter to carry on his name.
Confident and persuasive,  ruthless and cunning,  Hector Barbossa combines experience with almost reckless daring. At his worst he was cruel, wily, manipulative, and bloodthirsty. He could be merciless and often turned agreements to his own favor,  but nevertheless he stated that he had a merciful nature and sense of fair play, though this was possibly only an example of his morbid sense of humour. He considered himself a gentleman of the seas and possessed a certain eloquence which he frequently used to his advantage.
Being a vain person,  Barbossa liked to wear fine clothes and enjoyed setting himself in scene and holding powerful speeches, for example in the cave at Isla de Muerta  or on the Brethren Court. Originally having earnest desires to be a man of the sea, Barbossa became greedy because of his megalomania for wealth and power. However, once he became a pirate Barbossa constantly and successfully worked on the attainment of these dreams, so that by the time the end of his captaincy over the cursed crew he considered them fulfilled.
Indeed, Barbossa intended to lift their curse, have a prized pirate bride, and spend the rest of his life as a rich rogue. Sometime after his first mutiny on the Black Pearl , Barbossa kept a capuchin monkey , mockingly named " Jack " after his old Captain Jack Sparrow, as his pet and cared for him. He seemed to genuinely care about the monkey and seemed to find pleasure in petting or feeding the little animal. Jack normally accompanied his master everywhere and often sat on his shoulder.
Barbossa's relationship with Jack Sparrow was complicated. He led the mutiny against Jack, resulting in becoming captain of the Black Pearl , but also helped rescue Jack from Davy Jones' Locker. Although he was working under King George, Barbossa and Jack worked reasonably well together despite having had a hostile relationship in the past.
Jack Sparrow was also one of the few who called Barbossa by his first name "Hector", implying a companionship prior to Barbossa's mutiny. Although Barbossa could be vengeful, most notably shown by his obsession with his revenge on Blackbeard,  he did not seem to have a huge grudge against Jack. This can be noted by Barbossa casually pointing out that he had shot him while they were in Davy Jones' Locker, but not attempting to harm Jack for doing so, even after they returned to the mortal world.
Barbossa's favorite delicacy was caviar ,   but he also had a penchant for apples , which was a quite expensive obsession since fresh fruit like apples are not commonly available in the Caribbean and therefore a rare treasure. He offered an apple to Elizabeth during their dinner aboard the Pearl and he commented that after the curse was lifted, he would eat a whole bushel of apples - for this reason he always kept a number of apples on the table in his cabin on the Pearl. This seemed to be one of Barbossa's simple pleasures in life - unable to feel or taste due to the curse, apples turned into a constant craving.
Barbossa offering an apple to Elizabeth "Turner". Although Barbossa did not drink much alcohol by the time of his command over the crew, the fact that his liver was wrecked  implies excessive drinking in the past. It is known that rum was his favorite drink after the loss of the Cobra. Barbossa was a tall man speaking with a strong West Country accent and uses the pirate " arr ". His face was covered with pockmarks or freckles and he had many scars, the most notable one is under his right eye. He wore his auburn, greying hair long and partially loose, partially tied up to a thin plait.
He had a straggly beard running down to the base of his neck. After his resurrection he painted his long and sharp fingernails black. Hector Barbossa's cursed form during his duel with Jack Sparrow. With the curse upon him, Barbossa's face became weathered and gaunt over time, with yellowed eyes giving him a particularly sinister appearance.
Under the light of the moon, Barbossa transformed into a living corpse with rags for clothing. Interestingly, his appearance in the moonlight showed somewhat less decomposition than that of his crewmen; for example, the soft tissues of his nose remained, whereas most of his crew's nasal cavities were exposed. Despite appearing to be heartless and greedy, Barbossa ultimately loved his daughter, Carina Smyth. He had her sent away as an infant to an orphanage in the hopes that she would live a better life, something Barbossa thought a pirate couldn't provide. Upon rediscovering her, Barbossa made a conscience effort to keep the truth of her heritage from her, not wanting to shatter Carina's notion that her father was a "man of science" and out of fear that Carina wouldn't accept him as her father.
When she discovered the truth of him being her father, she asked what she meant to him as he realized that she now knew and told her that she was his "treasure". At the end of the quest for the Trident, Barbossa knowingly sacrificed himself to save Carina from Armando Salazar. In his final moments, the last thing Barbossa saw was his daughter's face looking back at him while he calmly accepted his own demise, knowing that she would live on. Barbossa wore fine clothing befitting a man of his stature and status, and he carried many valuable items about his person.
At the end of his time as the Cursed Crew's captain his shirt was dirty and grey, but after his resurrection he wore a shining white one. On his left hand he wore a black leather gauntlet , presumably in order to protect the hand. Jack Sparrow holding Barbossa's hat in Tia Dalma's shack.
He was rarely seen without his big, round, dark hat which is decorated with blue ostrich feathers as a show of vanity. There were several holes and cracks in the hat's brims and during Barbossa's duel with Jack Sparrow on Isla de Muerta his opponent has cut off some of the ostrich feathers. While his clothing changed, Barbossa still wore his hair long and scraggly, along with his signature moustache and beard, unless he wore his powdered wig in the presence of higher-class persons.
After losing his leg, Barbossa began sporting a peg leg in place of his right shin and foot, which contains a rum supply and a cup. He also used a wooden crutch fashioned for him by an admiralty carpenter. This crutch was used both for balance and for combat as shown during his fierce duel with Blackbeard. On his return to piracy, Barbossa wore clothes that expressed his great wealth.
He wore a black leather belt with a gold buckle around his waist and a matching baldric to hold his Sword of Triton. Barbossa even bejeweled his peg leg with gold and wore a brown leather boot on his left leg with gold straps. The jewelry he wore consisted of a silver ring , which bore the image of a lion 's head, plundered from a Venetian ship and signifying Barbossa's status as leader of his pirates on his right ring finger, a silver snake pendant on a inch long metal chain which features four white crystals set in a square around a much larger shining red stone at the centre of the piece.
It is unknown whether the last two items have any symbolic meaning. Hector Barbossa carried a broadsword and a flintlock pistol. He won his elegantly engraved pistol in a duel against a Spanish pirate - a foolish opponent who lost his life - and allowed him to kill his enemies in the way of a gentleman. Though he kept the pistol upon his return to piracy, the sword was left at the Fountain in lieu of his mighty new blade, the legendary Sword of Triton. He was a master seaman, who had excellent navigational abilities   , a strategist who could plan ahead and outwit his opponents  and an able yet brutal and unforgiving leader as evidenced when he shot Pintel in the heart in order to see if the curse has been lifted.
Barbossa rose through the ranks, and through treachery and cruelty he swiftly became captain; the mutiny he led robbed Captain Jack Sparrow of his beloved ship the Black Pearl.
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Barbossa had a controlled and defensive style of combat; he normally attempted to win through building his forces up to something big without allowing himself to be torn back down. Barbossa was a skilled swordsman, hinting at a lifetime of experience, where he just had a sword on his belt and learned how to skewer people and survive.
Before challenging the legendary pirate, Barbossa poisoned his sword, saying he wasn't foolish enough to fight Blackbeard without a "venomous advantage". During his duel with Blackbeard, Barbossa was hindered by the loss of his right leg and lost his balance a few times but still managed to fight his opponent as an equal and might have defeated him in a fair fight if not for his lost leg. He also used his crutch as a weapon in battle, weilding it along with his sword against Blackbeard. The two cutlasses on his flag possibly signifies these swordsman abilities.
It is likely that he did not receive training at a finishing school , but instead learned through brawls since his teenage years, therefore his fighting style was quite dirty, however he had an extensive knowledge of killing manoeuvres such as beheading. Barbossa used hand grenades as well on some occasions and sometimes he kicked his opponents in sensitive points like the head or the stomach area, like he did with an attacking East India Trading company Marine whom he kicked in the face.
In addition to his remarkable swordsmanship he was also an accurate and experienced marksman, so that while residing on Devil's Anvil he could give people who visited him shooting lessons. Aside from English, which was his native language, Barbossa also fluently spoke Spanish. Hector Barbossa's Jolly Roger. Barbossa in the POTC ride. Gunner — Master-at-Arms — Quartermaster — Yeoman. Davy Jones Keeper of the Code: Askay — Pusasn Keeper of the Code: Sign In Don't have an account? Do you like this video?
Contents [ show ]. Two months ago, almost to the day, me ship Cobra was attacked and sunk by one of our own. We had raised our true colors, and yet still they tried to slaughter us. We were attacked by one of our own brethren I believe I've found the vessel that sank Cobra. I'd like you to come with me and see if you can identify her. Show it to Captain Teague as soon as you can. He'll tell you what it is. Unless I'm much mistaken, that is one of the Nine Pieces of Eight. I presumed you must be addressing some other Jack, one who was not captain of the finest ship ever to sail the Seven Seas—since surely if you were addressing me, you would have said 'Captain Jack,' isn't that right?
I'm afraid your career as a pirate has been a short one. I am the captain of the Black Pearl. No one challenges my authority. That's exactly what I thought when we were first told the tale. Buried on an island of dead what cannot be found, except for those who know where it is. Find it, we did. There be the chest. Inside be the gold. And we took 'em all.
The moonlight shows us for what we really are. We are not among the living, and so we cannot die. But neither are we dead. For too long I've been parched of thirst and unable to quench it. Too long I've been starving to death and haven't died. Not the wind on my face, nor the spray of the sea You best start believing in ghost stories, Miss Turner. I am a god, after all. So even a slim chance at finding a cure is better than no chance.
And for a 'god' you seem to be awfully And secondly, you must be a pirate for the Pirate's Code to apply, and you're not. And thirdly, the Code is more what you'd call guidelines than actual rules. Welcome aboard the Black Pearl , Miss Turner. We're naught but humble pirates. What is it that you want? It's an island that cannot be found, except by those who already know where it is. Make ready the guns! By all means, kill the whelp. Wait to lift the curse until the opportune moment.
Are we to be two immortals locked in an epic battle 'til Judgement Day and trumpets sound, hmm? Here there be monsters! Do not forget it was by my power you return from the dead. Or what it mean if you fail me. Why I could not leave Jack to his well-deserved fate. It took nine Pirate Lords to bind you, Calypso.
And it'll take no less than nine to set you free. But our time is comin' to an end. Our enemies have united, and have vowed to destroy us. He failed to pass it along to a successor before he died, so we must go and get him back. You may not survive to pass this way again, and these be the last friendly words you'll hear. It's been too long.
Isla de Muerta , remember? Think you can outrun the world? You know, the problem with bein' the last of anythin', is by and by there'll be none left at all. We're living proof, you and me. There's never a guarantee of comin' back, but passin' on, that's dead certain. We should be the ones to set her free.
And in her gratitude, she will see fit to grant us boons! Utterly deceptive twaddle-speak says I. You have no right. We need you at the helm. Aye, that be true. Some of the men don't feel entirely settled about leaving Captain Jack behind Feast your eyes upon this, mateys.
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There's more than one way to live forever. Gents, I give you the Fountain of Youth. Better than I could. And remember your namesake, the star that will always lead you home. The brightest star in the north. I defended her mightily enough, but she be sunk nonetheless. I am the master of my fate , not Blackbeard! So I did what needed done How nice to see a fellow pirate make good of himself.
On a sanctioned mission, under the authority and protection of the Crown. I have every confidence you will prevail and be rewarded with the high station you so desire. It appears we be not even worth the time it take to sink us. Now, we've fallen behind! Hands all off, and bear away! Stave on ahead to Whitecap Bay!
If you wanted the Chalices , you'd seen they were missing and gone. You were lying in wait for Blackbeard. But I can also see where they'll most likely make camp. Isn't that how you do it? Well, sometimes I just improvise. You're not after the Fountain. But I'd give my left arm for a chance at Blackbeard. For crimes committed on the high seas, by the authority granted to me by His Majesty the King, with the goodly amount of personal satisfaction, I hereby place you in the custody of the court, and declare you to be my prisoner.
Get cracking, ye bloomin' cockroaches! But now, by the Gods of sea and sky! Make way for Tortuga! But I've come for the Trident of Poseidon. I know this book. Stolen from an Italian ship many years ago. No, you must be mistaken. You swore she'd go free! I agreed she'd go free, but it was you who failed to specify when or where. And don't you forget it! So's the curse upon it. I've no desire for such treacherous spoils. But I will have back what's mine—the Black Pearl! The Pirates of the Caribbean wiki has a collection of images and media related to Hector Barbossa.
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At World's End official site. The Visual Guide , Pirates of the Caribbean: And I told them that this guy would probably have grown up on a farm and was poor, so he decided to go to the port to see the boats and find work as a sailor. Then he would see the cabins of the captains and think that he would never get into the naval academy, so he would kill to get that room.
The Visual Guide , p The Complete Visual Guide , p. Retrieved from " http: Ship s captained or crewed. The Caribbean Legends of the Brethren Court: Rising in the East Legends of the Brethren Court: Wild Waters Legends of the Brethren Court: Day of the Shadow Pirates of the Caribbean: Grill him for info, then move on to The Barbary Coast Getting the Scissors That's quite a snazzy pair of scissors in the ceiling above the barber! Problem is that the barber isn't just going to give them to you. First, you've got to get his snooty customer, Captain Rottingham, out of the chair. Watch how the barber keeps sitting his comb down and looking away at a book.
Now that the barber chair is free, talk to the barber and introduce yourself. The barber's name is Haggis McMutton. Ask him for a haircut and you'll take a seat in his chair. Guybrush will knock it away with his toe, sending Haggis off to look for another paperweight.
To get it, push Bill. He'll begin choking on it, so do the Guybrush Threepwood maneuver on him and push him again. Getting Edward "Snugglecakes" VanHelgen to Join the Crew Edward wants a captain who can sufficiently insult him and then best him in duel. Edward will take you to the battlefield. When he shows you the three open pistol cases, don't select any of them. You're about to try Dueling Banjos. It's recommended that you get a piece of paper and pencil for this one.
When Edward plucks several strings in succession, he's going to pause momentarily and pluck one individual note. You'll need to remember which note he plucked, because you'll have to repeat everything he does. The easiest way is this: Think of the top string as 1, the next as 2, and so on down tofive.
Whenever he plucks a single note, write it down. Also, it's helpful to write them one on top of the next so you don't lose your place when playing the notes back. It's random which strings you get, but you'll always get three rounds. For example, here's one of my Banjo Duels: Even though you've proved you can rock with the rest of the pirates, Edward is just a bit too good for his own good. That will win his respect. And it's just then that you realize he may be the father of a long line of infamous guitarists. What possible harm could a snake To your right, pick up a REED.
Blow on the balloon to send it floating to the vine to the left. Go into your inventory and eat the biscuit. Go to the closed walk-up window in the left, to the left of the table with the skeleton. And if you've talked to Longbeard about it, he'll tell you he lost his membership card while cooking.
That will loosen his Gold Tooth. Now he carves something chewy, so give him a piece of GUM. Longbeard will blow bubbles, making his loose Gold Tooth an obvious sillohuette in each bubble. Longbeard won't let you leave with his gold tooth, so you'll have to sneak it out. In you inventory, chew the GUM. A gum wad appears in your inventory. This will send a helium-filled gum bubble floating out the open window above the door, gold tooth safely hidden inside. The chances of Guybrush being able to lift even one end is slim.
Go to the duelling field in Puerto Pollo, go through the arch to the right of the Theater. This will give you a rubber plug which you'll use in the boat in Danjer Cove. Go the Grassy Knoll. The Keg o Rum will roll into the tree and break leaving a rather convenient flammable trail in its wake.
Now all you've got to do is ask Haggis to compete with you and you've got your whole crew. Guess he didn't like them. Now pick up the OIL and head to the beach. Getting Across the Sand If you've tried setting foot toward the man on the towel, you'll discover a new tropical dance which involves a lot of hopping and yelping. He has the map to Blood Island tattooed on his back, but he may not tell you. Either way, take the mug from him and leave through the gate. Then, order a lemonade. For once, you'll actually get to drink it.
Return to Palido by going to Brimstone Beach. He'll flip over, revealing his back and the map. Pour the OIL on his back.
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This gives him a good sun burn, so you can peel the MAP off of his back. Danjer Cove Fixing the Boat There's a hole in the rowboat Row on out to the Pirate Ship. Then, climb up onto the ship. Here you'll meet the infamous Mr. Fossy, the secondmate to the dread Pirate LeCh-! He'll drag out the tar and feathers and you'll be looking fairly chicken-like. Pay a visit to Longbeard, telling him you're the El Pollo Diablo! He'll bag you in a bucket and you'll wake up in the Pirate Ship's hold.
Looks like the dread Pirate LeCh! FOSSY to send him away. Pick up the MAP in the vase on the table. Flip the switch and press the buttons exactly as the map instructs: Elaine is buried on the stage! He's juggling now and is going to come for his cannon balls soon. They're in that chest that was previously shut next to the door. Pour the OIL over them. Part 3 Three Sheets to the Wind. Singing Silliness So your barbershop almost-quartet crew is not quite what you expected.
While Rottingham was insulting you quite painfully, they were spotting breaching whales off the bow. Then they break out into this goofy song. No matter what you say , they're able to find some silly rhyme to the last word of your sentence. Since trying to reason with them is getting you nowhere, here's a ditty that will leave them stumped,. This part of your journey requires you to get as close as possible to other ships and blow them out o' the water!
Basically, that about covers it. That and every time you get a "ship loaded with booty", you can go back to Puerto Pollo and upgrade your cannons at Kenny Foulmouth's lemonade-turned-heavy artillery stand. The pirate ships you'll come up against are: When you win a cannon fight and board the ship, you're going to have to learn how to insult sword fight. Monkey Island 1 vets may remember this exchange, but now it's just a bit harder.
Insult Sword Fighting Your first few fights, you're going to have to lose in order to learn the full insult. You'll receive an insult and then, you'll have to lose the first round. Board another ship and say that insult to the next pirate who will hopefully reply with the correct response for you.
If he comes back with "I'm shakin, I'm shakin! Here are all of the insults I collected and their responses: With your breath, I'm sure they all suffocated. You're as repulsive as a monkey in a negligee. Would you like to be buried or cremated? With you around, I'd prefer to be fumigated. Heaven preserve me, you look like something that's died! The only way you'll be preserved is in formaldehyde.
I'll skewer you like a sow at a buffet.
When I'm done with YOU, you'll be a boneless fillet! Killing you would be justifiable homicide. Then killing you must be justifiable fungicide. Throughout the Caribbean my great deeds are celebrated! Too bad they're all fabricated. When your father first saw you, he must've been mortified. At least mine can be identified. You can't match my witty repartee. I could if you would use some breath spray. I can't rest until you've been exterminated!
Then perhaps you should switch to decaffeinated. You're the ugliest monster ever created. If you don't count all the ones you've dated. I'll leave you devastated, mutilated, and perforated. Your odor alone makes me aggravated, agitated, and infuriated! Coming face to face with me must leave you petrified. Is that your face? I thought it was your backside! I'll hound you night and day! Then be a good dog.