Once upon a time, a young troper decided to write a fanfic. Since ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesInAnAdventureWithScientists'' probably wasn't going to get a sequel, she would make it herself. She soon came upon a problem, however; she had so many ideas that she couldn't decide which to use.

Her solution? Use all of them.

'''[[http://archiveofourown.org/series/28064 The Piratesverse]]''' is a FanVerse created by Tropers/{{Mort08}} that serves as a continuation of the ''Pirates!'' story. Beginning shortly after the events of the movie, it chronicles the subsequent adventures of the eccentric Pirate Captain and his loyal crew. [[RuleOfFunny Their]] [[WorldOfHam world]] [[RuleOfCool is]] [[{{Cloudcuckooland}} a strange one]], and the things they encounter are no exception. The series plans to follow the characters through at least the next three years of their lives, [[{{Prequel}} and maybe shed some light on their past as well.]] Originally begun on FanFictionDotNet, it can also be found on {{Deviantart}} and ArchiveOfOurOwn.

There are currently seven completed stories and one work in progress:

* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/542511 An Adventure With A Volcano]] (3 months after movie): The crew decides that it's high time they visited the Galapagos Islands to see Darwin, and they're right; upon arrival, they're captured by islanders who have selected their friend as the next sacrifice to the local fire god. The Pirate Captain's got a plan to save him, but he's going to need a little bit of firepower...
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/542807/chapters/964970 An Adventure With The Illuminati]] (approx. 4 1/2 months after movie) Now accompanied by Darwin, the crew discovers that the Pirate King has disappeared, leaving behind only a mysterious map. A map that two MalevolentMaskedMen try to kill them over. Men that Darwin, who can't even stab a fencing dummy, somehow curb-stomps to the surprise of everyone. Including himself. And that's when things ''start'' getting weird for him.
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/543612/chapters/966876 An Adventure With Napoleon]] (6 months after movie) Captain and crew are all set for a day of relaxation when a funny little man in a lifeboat tries to come aboard their ship. It's NapoleonBonaparte, who's had enough of this "exiled to Elba" business and is commandeering their vessel to return to Paris and resume taking over Europe. What's the band of misfits to do? Kill him? No. Turn him in? No. Disguise Blood Island as GayParee, take him there and convince him it's the real deal? WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/581290/chapters/1043540 An Adventure With Aliens]] (1 year after movie, crossover with ''DoctorWho'') When the Albino Pirate wishes on a passing comet to be told why TheStarsAreGoingOut, he gets more than he bargained for - namely, the comet itself. It's the TARDIS, with the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble inside. Something has pulled them out of the Time Vortex, and not by accident. As it becomes apparent that there are far bigger problems around than disappearing stars, the pirates and the time travelers must work together if they hope to defeat the nefarious forces that threaten them all.
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/722658 An Adventure With Disguises]] (approx. 1 year 1 month after movie) What do you get when you mix a night on the town, an annoying shanty and your friends having a little too much grog? In Darwin's case, the revelation that [[SweetPollyOliver your best friend is a woman.]] Cue a crash course in slappings, stab wounds, TrueCompanions and even something [[ShipTease a little more affectionate.]]
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/756246 An Adventure With Pioneers]] (1 year 4 months after movie) Albino Pirate wished for an adventure when the crew went to TheWildWest, but this probably isn't what he had in mind. Swept away during a thunderstorm, he and Polly find themselves in Blue Mud, a sleepy frontier town anxiously waiting for the railroad that will be the answer to its prayers. Too bad the local bandits are dead-set on its destruction. It isn't long before Albino Pirate and the rest of the crew are drawn into an escapade filled with gunslinging, booby traps, unlikely friends and a very annoying bison.
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/917009 An Adventure With Dracula]] (1 year 6 months after movie) A drunken bet with Black Bellamy sends our heroes off to New Orleans in search of the answer to an age-old question; in a straight fight, would a shark beat a Dracula? They soon find a Dracula to test their theory on, and it looks like he could indeed beat a shark as well as any hapless human who gets in the way of his plans. Before long, there's a new question being asked; can the crew figure out what's going on and sharpen up their vampire-hunting skills in time to save their captain and the world from certain doom?
* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/1084947/chapters/2181845 The Pirate Games]] (2 years after movie, WIP) The 1839 Pirate of the Year Awards promises to be like no other, mainly because the Pirate King is making sure of it. He's changing the rules of the game; instead of who can plunder the most booty, the winner will be determined by a GottaCatchEmAll-style treasure hunt across several islands. Who will win? The Pirate Captain, Black Bellamy or the upstart newcomer who throws a wrench in both their plans? What begins as a game of skill turns into something far more dangerous, and Blood Island's two greatest rivals will have to work together to save everything they stand for.

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!!Tropes include:
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[[folder:Series-wide]]
* AlternateHistory
* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Polly and Marvin.
* BadassBookworm: Darwin.
* BigFancyHouse: The Pirate King's palace, located in the center of Blood Island.
* TheCaptain: The Pirate Captain, of course.
* ContinuationFic
* CrapsaccharineWorld: Blood Island comes across as this sometimes. The pirates happily ostracize and torment those who don't conform to their standards, while the Pirate King is unstable and often dangerous. Downplayed in that these arrangements are made with the locals' happiness in mind and presented as the lesser of two evils in most conflicts.
* ADayInTheLimelight:
** ''Illuminati'' for Darwin.
** ''Pioneers'' for Albino Pirate.
* EnemyMine: Whenever the Pirate Captain's plan requires Black Bellamy's involvement.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: The titles.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Black Bellamy. While he is on better terms with the Pirate Captain than he was in the movie and occasionally helps him out (albeit for a price), he's not above screwing with him and/or taking more drastic actions than he would.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Each story begins with the phrase "An Adventure With..."
* MisfitMobilizationMoment: The crew has had several.
* MyLocal: The Barnacle's Face Tavern on Blood Island.
* OriginalCharacter: At least one in almost all the stories, most notably in ''Pioneers.''
* PaperThinDisguise: Par for the course. Taken UpToEleven in ''Napoleon,'' when Blood Island is disguised as TheThemeParkVersion of Paris.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: Our heroes, ladies and gentlemen.
* RecurringCharacter: Black Bellamy and the Pirate King have been upgraded to this.
* ShoutOut:
** In ''Illuminati,'' Darwin notes in his first diary entry that it's been [[Franchise/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy 42]] days since the events of ''Volcano.''
** In ''Napoleon,'' the incident leading to the Pirate With Gout's "execution" apparently involved [[ThePrincessBride iocane powder]].
*** When the Pirate Captain uses pictures to explain his ZanyScheme to [[spoiler:take Napoleon to Saint Helena]], he draws [[spoiler:the Pirate King]] as a [[Literature/{{It}} monstrous clown that eats his victim]].
** Chapter 4 of ''Aliens'' is called "Victoria's Secret," and Chapter 11 is called [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire "A Matter of Ice and Fire."]]
*** According to the Doctor, [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Sparrow]] is fictional while [[VideoGame/MonkeyIsland Guybrush Threepwood]] is real.
** The shanty in Chapter 1 of ''Disguises'' is [[Music/TheDecemberists "The Mariner's Revenge Song."]]
** Albino Pirate's cowboy outfit in ''Pioneers'' is meant to evoke [[Film/TheWizardOfOz Dorothy's gingham dress and ruby slippers.]]
*** The surname of Blue Mud's sheriff is [[BlazingSaddles Hedley]].
* SimpleStaff: Darwin prefers to fight with one.
* ZanyScheme: Most, if not all, of the Pirate Captain's plans.
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[[folder:An Adventure With A Volcano]]
* AppeaseTheVolcanoGod: What the islanders plan to do with Darwin, [[spoiler:and later with the Pirate Captain.]]
* ChasedByAngryNatives
* GodGuise: The Pirate Captain disguises himself as the islanders' fire god in order to distract them while the crew escapes from the volcano.
* HowWeGotHere: Opens with the crew trapped in an empty volcano and about to execute their escape plan before flashing back to show the events leading up to this.
* InMediasRes: Starts with the Pirate Captain putting the [[WreathedInFlames finishing touch]] on his GodGuise.
* LadyLand: The islanders are implied to be predominantly female.
* {{Matriarchy}}: The islanders are ruled by an old woman, prompting the Pirate Captain to decide that [[CallBack the crew needs to start avoiding queens.]]
* OhCrap: The crew gets two of these, first when [[spoiler:the queen declares that the Pirate Captain will be sacrificed to the volcano]], and later when [[spoiler:lava starts seeping up through the bottom of the volcano they're stuck in.]]
* TapOnTheHead: How the islanders capture the pirates and Darwin.
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[[folder:An Adventure With The Illuminati]]
* AfraidOfBlood: Darwin (which is actually TruthInTelevision). [[spoiler:Considering what he witnessed shortly before losing his memories, it's not surprising.]]
* AmnesiacDissonance: Darwin fears that [[spoiler:if he regains his Illuminati memories, his current personality will be erased and he'll become a ruthless killer just like them. When he does start getting his memories back, it's apparently played straight before being revealed as a subversion.]]
* AmnesiacHero: Darwin, although it takes him a while to realize it.
* AncientConspiracy: The Illuminati, of course.
* {{Backstory}}: Darwin gets one.
** [[spoiler:BackstoryHorror: And how.]]
* BadassFamily: [[spoiler:Darwin's biological one. When your parents are pirates who disguise themselves as Illuminati, steal important plans from under the society's nose, sacrifice their lives for you and remain brave to the very end, you belong to one of these.]]
* BigBad: The Quartermaster.
* BigDamnHeroes:
** [[spoiler:The pirates of Blood Island, led by Black Bellamy, coming to save the crew and the Pirate King from the Illuminati.]]
** [[spoiler:Darwin saving the Pirate With A Scarf from the Quartermaster.]]
* BondVillainStupidity: [[spoiler:The Quartermaster leaves Darwin and the Pirate Captain to drown in ice water without making sure it actually happens. He does send two mooks to check on them later, but they've already escaped.]]
* BreakTheCutie: This story could very well be called "Let's Torture Darwin."
* BrokenAce: Black Bellamy in the beginning. Having fallen out of favor with the Pirate King, he has been reduced to living as a hermit in the Barnacle Face's cellar. [[spoiler:He makes a comeback.]]
* TheConfidant: The Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate is this for Darwin.
* DarkerAndEdgier
* DancesAndBalls: The Illuminati seem to be fond of these.
* EpicFail: All of Darwin's attempts to learn seafaring/piratical abilities end like this. [[spoiler:At first.]]
* TheFaceless: The Illuminati are always depicted as wearing masks, which they never remove. The only ones to do so are [[spoiler:pirate spies.]]
* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: [[spoiler:Darwin's father is eviscerated by the Illuminati during his LastStand, and his mother is tortured to death in front of him. The Quartermaster cracks his head open on the steps of a ziggurat.]]
* {{Flynning}}: When the Pirate Captain tries to teach Darwin swordfighting. He even uses fencing terms. Subverted by the actual swordfighting, which is much less sophisticated.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** [[spoiler:Darwin's first nightmare is a surreal version of his mother's death.]]
** In Chapter 2, the Pirate With Gout jokingly remarks that Darwin could defeat an adversary by talking to them. [[spoiler:Which is how Darwin manages to overcome the Quartermaster's influence.]]
* ForcedToWatch: [[spoiler:The Quartermaster has Darwin's mother tortured to death in front of him as punishment for not killing her.]]
* ForgottenFirstMeeting: [[spoiler:It's implied that the man who waves to Darwin in his Chapter 10 flashback is the Pirate Captain.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:The Quartermaster.]]
* TheIlluminati: Duh.
* IslandBase: The Illuminati have one.
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: [[spoiler:What the Quartermaster was planning when he told Darwin to kill him. It fails.]]
* JourneyToFindOneself: For Darwin.
* LeeroyJenkins: Invoked by name when the Pirate Captain is planning the attack on the Illuminati's IslandBase.
* MalevolentMaskedMen: The Illuminati's masks are the Mardi Gras/Venetian variety mixed with RageHelm.
* MissingMom: Darwin mentions that his mother died when he was eight. [[spoiler:His adopted one, anyway; his real one died a year earlier and [[ColdBloodedTorture in a much more gruesome fashion.]]]]
* OrphansPlotTrinket: The ruby ring that Darwin wears around his neck. [[spoiler:It's actually an Illuminati emblem, and his mother was planning to sell it so they could begin new lives in England. When she dies, she gives it to him as a reminder to survive and seek a better life.]]
* MrExposition: Black Bellamy teaches the pirates (and the readers) about the Illuminati.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Most of the Illuminati wear red outfits, and the Quartermaster wears black.
* ShutUpHannibal: [[spoiler:Darwin does this to the Quartermaster when the latter pulls his IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim gambit.]]
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: The Illuminati who menace Darwin in Chapter 5.
* TookALevelInBadass: Darwin.
* [[spoiler:TraumaInducedAmnesia]]
* WhamLine:
** Chapter 7: [[spoiler: "I've been here before."]]
** Chapter 9: [[spoiler:"You should know better than to speak such things...''my student."'']]
** Chapter 10: [[spoiler:"What happened to me?"]]
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[[folder:An Adventure With Napoleon]]
* AndImTheQueenOfSheba: When Napoleon first announces who he is, the Pirate Captain's response is "And I'm Good Queen Bess."
* AmphibiousAutomobile: Inverted. The Pirate King's ship has wheels for sailing on land.
* BadBadActing: Cutlass Liz passing herself off as Napoleon's wife. To Napoleon. Who completely falls for it.
* BigEntrance: [[spoiler:Coming over a hill in a giant ironclad that can sail on land.]] Doesn't get much bigger than that.
* BusmansHoliday: The pirates have anchored their boat and are simply enjoying the nice weather when Napoleon finds them. Lampshaded at the end, when they sail off to find a "proper holiday."
* TheCaligula: Napoleon.
* CurbStompBattle: Napoleon vs. the pirates in Chapter 1.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Napoleon's sanity is debatable, but his competence in battle certainly isn't.
* DarkestHour: [[spoiler:Napoleon has discovered the crew's trick and escaped with their ship, intent on taking over Europe. The other pirates not only refuse to help them, but sell the Pirate Captain out to the Pirate King with no remorse.]]
* {{Expy}}: Napoleon is basically a crazier version of [[MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail the French Taunter]].
* FakingTheDead: Has to be done with everyone that Napoleon wants executed.
* NoodleIncident: Why the Pirate With Gout had to be "executed." All we're told is that [[ThePrincessBride iocane powder]] was involved.
* PintsizedPowerhouse: Napoleon.
* ShamingTheMob: [[spoiler:The Pirate With A Scarf does this to the people of Blood Island when they try to capture the Pirate Captain so he can be taken to the Pirate King for punishment. It doesn't work.]]
* WhyDontYaJustShootHim: Black Bellamy and Cutlass Liz say this in response to the Pirate Captain's plan for getting Napoleon off Blood Island. [[spoiler:They later try it themselves, with unfortunate results.]]
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[[folder: An Adventure With Aliens]]
* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
* AerosolFlamethrower: [[spoiler:Used by the Pirate Captain to break himself and those captured by the Rutan out of their prison, and later to kill the Rutan.]]
* AndTheAdventureContinues: A dark variation; the Doctor is taking Donna to a planet called [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E11TurnLeft Shan Shen...]]
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor
* BewareOfViciousDog: Dash, [[spoiler:at least initially.]]
* BiggerBad: [[spoiler:The Rutan Host.]]
* BigWhat: The Doctor does his trademark RuleOfThree version when he is told that [[spoiler:Victoria knows about him and is looking for him.]]
* BroughtDownToNormal: The Doctor, in a way. He loses the TARDIS, sonic screwdriver and psychic paper early in the story and spends the bulk of it trying to make do without them.
* CallForward: When he meets the Pirate Captain, the Doctor makes references to ''Pioneers,'' ''Disguises'' and other future stories.
* ClockTower: [[spoiler:The Rutans' teleporter ray is inside Big Ben, and the heroes go there to dismantle it.]]
* ContinuityNod: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary The Library]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead and River]] are briefly mentioned, as well as [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E10Midnight "Midnight"]]. The story is meant to take place shortly after the latter.
* ConvenientlyTimedAttackFromBehind: Lots.
* {{Determinator}}: The Doctor cites this as one of the Pirate Captain's admirable qualities.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Victoria is shown to have a soft spot for Dash.
* EvilDetectingDog: [[spoiler:Dash.]]
* EvilTowerOfOminousness: The Tower of London, [[spoiler:especially with that weird green light in the window.]]
* ExplainExplainOhCrap: [[spoiler:When the plans for the Rutans' teleporter ray are discovered, the Doctor says that it couldn't function without a durable electrical contact, preferably made from a platinum group metal...and then he remembers [[{{MacGuffin}} the missing ruthenium.]]]]
* FeaturelessPlaneOfDisembodiedDialogue: Used intentionally at the end of Chapter 3 to [[spoiler:conceal the identity of the alien speaking to Victoria.]]
* GenreSavvy: [[spoiler:The Rutans]]. Not only do they refuse to gloat about their EvilPlan in front of the Doctor, but they imprison him in a cage [[WeaksauceWeakness with a wooden lock]].
* HappilyEverBefore: For the Doctor and Donna. See AndTheAdventureContinues.
* KillItWithFire: [[spoiler:How the Rutan is finally destroyed.]]
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The Doctor mentions having read stories about the Pirate Captain's adventures.
* {{MacGuffin}}: [[spoiler:The ruthenium.]]
* MythologyGag: The Bishop of Oxford [[spoiler:and his villain status]], hiding out in the Royal Society and the sample of ruthenium are all taken from the original ''Pirates!'' book.
* OriginsEpisode: Also functions as the story of how [[spoiler:Strax and the Doctor first met.]]
* TheStarsAreGoingOut: At the beginning, albeit very slowly. It's meant to reveal where in the ''DoctorWho'' timeline the story is set.
* TheReveal:
** [[spoiler:Victoria has made an alliance with Sontarans.]]
** [[spoiler:The Bishop of Oxford is a Rutan.]]
* SicklyGreenGlow: The pirates keep seeing one in and around the Tower of London. [[spoiler:It's the Bishop of Oxford in his Rutan form.]]
* VictorianLondon: The main setting.
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[[folder:An Adventure With Disguises]]
* AdaptationDyeJob: [[spoiler:In RealLife, Emma Darwin had black hair. This universe's version of her is blonde.]]
* AlcoholInducedIdiocy: Everyone in the crew except Darwin, Mr. Bobo and Polly in Chapter 1. Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate accidentally drops her fake voice, which is how Darwin discovers her true gender.
* BreatherEpisode: A three-chapter character study following the high stakes of ''Aliens.''
* DistractedByTheSexy: When Darwin is bandaging Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate's ankle.
* HistoricalPersonPunchline: See GivenNameReveal.
* ForWantOfANail: "Things might have stayed the way they were, forever, if the Pirate With An Accordion hadn't chosen that moment to strike up a shanty."
* GivenNameReveal: Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate's real name is revealed to be [[spoiler:Emma.]]
* NoJustNoReaction: Darwin's initial response to his discovery.
* ShipTease: The ending.
* UnsettlingGenderReveal: For Darwin, at least. He gets over it.
* WhamEpisode: Deals with exposing and getting rid of Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate's SweetPollyOliver position.
* WhatDidIDoLastNight: Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate asks Darwin this. [[BlatantLies He says it was nothing.]]
* YourMom: The fight between the pirates and another crew is caused by one of these.
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[[folder:An Adventure With Pioneers]]
* AdultFear: The crew finding out that Albino Pirate has disappeared after the Pirate Captain left him on the ship for his own protection.
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Wechsler. He occasionally uses Yiddish words, doesn't come inside the town chapel and Albino Pirate mentions that he's missed eating ham while living with him.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Jennifer sees Beatrice as one of these, and she's not completely wrong.
* ChekhovsSkill: Jennifer's ability to climb comes in handy when [[spoiler:she has to escape from her house after discovering her father's true plans.]]
* CityMouse: Jennifer.
* CoDragons: [[spoiler:Yellow-Eyes Jackson and Phineas Winters.]]
* CorruptPolitician: [[spoiler:Averell Winters, who made a deal with Jackson to destroy Blue Mud so he and his cronies could have sole access to the silver mine beneath it.]]
* CowboyEpisode
* DaddyDidntShow: The ending of Chapter 9.
* DaddysGirl: Jennifer, in spades.
* DeadpanSnarker: Sheriff Hedley.
* DirtyCoward: [[spoiler:Jackson and the Winters brothers, who attempt to flee the scene when their plans fall apart.]]
* DoomedNewClothes: Jennifer's white dress.
* DyingTown: Blue Mud in the beginning.
* EyepatchOfPower: Sheriff Hedley.
* FunetikAksent: Dr. Wechsler.
* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Jennifer is the Beautiful One, while Beatrice is the Smart One.
* GrayRainOfDepression: After [[spoiler:Albino Pirate is forced to leave town.]] Becomes plot-relevant when [[spoiler:it helps the heroes figure out that Blue Mud is built over a silver mine.]]
* HerrDoktor: Dr. Wechsler.
* HistoricalDomainCharacter: [[spoiler:UsefulNotes/MartinVanBuren.]]
* IceQueen: Jennifer.
** DefrostingIceQueen: After Albino Pirate and Wechsler save her from bandits.
* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Jackson attempts this with Emma, who shoots him in the foot for it.
* LossOfIdentity: By the end of the story, Jennifer feels this way due to her CharacterDevelopment. [[spoiler:Which is why she joins the crew.]]
* MadeASlave: It's implied that this is what would have happened to the Native Americans that Jackson captured.
* MadScientist: Wechsler is a benevolent version.
* UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans: Encountered in Chapter 8.
* NiceHat: Albino Pirate finds and wears a white ten-gallon hat.
* {{Outlaw}}: Yellow-Eyes Jackson, who leads an outlaw gang.
* ParentalNeglect: Averell Winters towards his daughters.
* {{Parody}}: The first part of Chapter 8 parodies ''VideoGame/TheOregonTrail''.
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Yellow-Eyes Jackson and his gang, who are seen hunting down Native Americans to sell into slavery.
* RailroadBaron: Averell Winters, Jennifer and Beatrice's father.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Sheriff Hedley.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Inverted, as it's the hero who has them.
* RichBitch: Jennifer.
* RiverOfInsanity: Albino Pirate and Polly are separated from the crew thanks to a literal one.
* RollercoasterMine: Used briefly when the pirates are fleeing from Jackson and his men in Chapter 12.
* TheSheriff: Hedley.
* ShowdownAtHighNoon: It's mentioned that Jackson's gang always attacks the town at noon.
* {{Socialite}}: Jennifer, who briefly mentions that her first debutante ball is coming up.
* TrainingThePeacefulVillagers
* TheWildWest
* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Yellow-Eyes Jackson, of course.
* YiddishAsASecondLanguage: Wechsler sometimes does this.
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[[folder: An Adventure With Dracula]]
* AristocratsAreEvil: '''Count''' Dracula, of course.
* AtTheOperaTonight: The pirates attempt to kidnap Dracula by following him to a production of ''TheMagicFlute'' in New Orleans.
* TheBet: The plot is kicked off when the Pirate Captain makes a bet with Black Bellamy. If he can prove that a shark would beat a Dracula, Bellamy will give him half of his treasure. If he can't, Bellamy will get half of his silver.
* TheBigEasy
* [[CoincidentalBroadcast Coincidental Article]]: The captain finds one announcing Dracula's arrival in New Orleans.
* CryptidEpisode: Of the "going to find a cryptid" variety.
* DanceOfRomance: Jenny's waltz with Dracula is set up to look like this until she finds out who he is.
* {{Dracula}}: Really? No way!
* FishOutOfWater: Jenny, who isn't adjusting to the pirate life very well.
* NotDistractedByTheSexy: The guys are either oblivious or confused by the sisters' advances at the party in Chapter 4.
* SouthernGothic
* SycophanticServant: Renfield, of course, who is Dracula's butler in this version.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Renfield talks like this.
* ThreateningShark
* TheVamp: Dracula's sisters.
* VampiresAreRich: Implied by the parties Dracula is able to host.
* WatchItStoned: Pirate With Gout's opinion of ''Theatre/TheMagicFlute.''
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[[folder: The Pirate Games]]
* AffectionateParody: Of ''TheHungerGames,'' with a few shots at ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean.''
* GottaCatchEmAll: The twelve map pieces given to each contestant. Putting them together will reveal the location of the treasure.
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