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Legends Of The Brethren Court

     The Shadow Lord / Sir Henry Morgan 

Main antagonist of the Legends Of The Brethren Court five-part series of books, The Shadow King is a mysterious dark force who seeks to control the entire world through his Shadow Army.

  • The Ageless: Henry Morgan would be at least a century old, but the Shadow King isn't.
  • Alchemy Is Magic: He is supposed to be an alchemist, even though he can make innamite things gain life through said "alchemy".
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: As leader of the Shadow Army, he's quite foreboding in combat.
  • Big Bad: For the "Legends Of The Brethren Court" books.
  • The Chessmaster: Not to Beckett levels, but he is pretty sharp.
  • Consummate Liar: Lies well enough to deceive Sparrow.
  • Dark Is Evil: Shadow King, leader of the Shadow Army.
  • Historical Villain Upgrade: Turns out he is none other Sir Henry Morgan, famous privateer and in the POTC verse, one of the creators of the Pirate Code.
  • Magic Knight: Magic pirate.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Plays most of the cast like a fiddle.
  • The Reveal: "I am not just the Shadow Lord....Nor am I the useless pirate Henry that you found so very amusing. In fact, I am much older than you know, because I devised a way to live forever. I have been around for over a hundred years. I was a Pirate Lord myself. The truth is...I am Captain Henry Morgan of the second Brethren Court!"

     Benedict And Barbara Huntington 

EITC Agents who chief the cooperation between The Shadow Lord and The Company in Hong Kong.

Pirates Of The Caribbean Online

     Jolly Roger
Played by: Steve Blum

The main antagonist of the Pirates Of The Caribbean MMO. A pirate who sought to become a Pirate Lord by tricking Jack, but instead was tricked himself. Through a misunderstanding with a voodoo sorcerer, he was cursed with voodoo powers. Now he wages war on the Caribbean, with his ever-growing hatred for Sparrow.


Pirates Of The Caribbean: Jack Sparrow

     Arabella Smith 

A girl who joined a teenaged Jack Sparrow on his adventures. She later falls in love with a young Bootstrap Bill Turner but it is unclear if she is related to Will Turner.

  • Missing Mom: Arabella is the daughter of pirate Laura Smith, who was killed in a duel with another pirate named Left-Foot Louis. Her mother actually escaped and continued pirating to provide for Arabella.
  • You Killed My Father: Left-Foot Louis killed her mother.

     Fitzwilliam P. Dalton III 

A boy from a noble family who joins the crew of the Barnacle in order to escape an Arranged Marriage. He is also the cousin of James Norrington.

  • Blue Blood: Has noble blood.
  • The Mole: For the British Royal Navy, hoping that Jack could lead him to Captain Teague.

     Jean Magliore 

A French boy who is a member of Jack's crew. He, his sister Constance, and his friend Tumen are on the run from Left-Foot Louis, who holds a grudge against them for accidentally revealing his identity while he was in hiding.

     Constance Magliore 

Jean's sister, who was turned into a cat by Tia Dalma.


A Mayan boy who was kidnapped by pirates and sold into slavery.
  • The Exile: Shortly after he returns to his village with Jack and his crew, a mysterious plague spreads. Jack's crew is forced to leave but it's later revealed that the plague was caused by Minuit.
  • Slave Liberation: When he ran away with Jean and Constance after they revealed Left-Foot Louis' identity.

     Tim Hawk 

One of Minuit's slaves.

     Left-Foot Louis 

A notorious pirate who literally has two left feet. He carries the Sword of Hernan Cortes.

  • Demoted to Dragon: He later shows up as a member of Laura Smith's crew, where he tries to start a mutiny. He later starts working with Madame Minuit.
  • Human Resources: When he lost his right foot, he cut off the foot from one of his crew members and had it sewn to his leg. In his haste, he didn't realize that it was a left foot.

     Madame Minuit 

A Creole witch from New Orleans. She is after the Sun-and-Stars Amulet, which can turn anything into bronze, silver, or gold depending on which Plot Coupon is attached to it.


A pirate who possesses a piece the the Sun-and-Stars Amulet. Helps Left-Foot Louis in his mutiny against Laura Smith.

  • Evil Cripple: His crystal peg-leg has various magical powers. He is also a skilled fighter.
  • Gold Tooth: Has a crystal tooth that gives him magical powers.

The Attractions

    Jolly Roger 
A talking skull and crossbones who appears at the start of the attractions, warning guests of the pirates ahead.

  • Animate Inanimate Object: A talking skull and crossbones.
  • Call to Adventure: Asks guests if they "come seeking adventure and salty old pirates".
  • Catchphrase: "Dead men tale no tells."
  • The Cameo: A vocal one: a few lines of Jolly Roger (reused directly from the ride) show up in At World's End when the main character's ship fall off the edge of the world and into Davy Jones locker, most notably a booming and resonant "Dead men tell no tales!".
  • Creator Cameo: Voiced by Xavier Atencio.
  • Dem Bones: Somehow alive despite being a skull with no body.
  • Jacob Marley Warning: An unusual example. Rather than warning people to change their ways, he instead warns them to not be like the pirates or they will likely end up dead.
    "Thar be squalls ahead, and Davy Jones waiting for them what don't obey."
  • Mascot: Jolly Roger is the mascot of the franchise, appearing in all of the rides, and his likeness appears on the marketing for the films.
  • Point of No Return: "It be too late to alter coarse now, maties."
  • Snarky Inanimate Object: Has a bit of a snarky, dark sense of humour.

    Mayor Carlos and His Wife 
The mayor of Puerto Dorado, tortured in a well by pirates to reveal the hidden treasure staff. And it doesn't help that his wife keeps sticking her head out of the window to "support" her husband.

  • Badass Spaniard: A lesser example. Carlos is bound, repeatedly drowned, and threatened by pirates, but he remains determined to keep his mouth shut. The same applies to his wife, who shouts to Carlos to be brave and remain silent. She can also avoid gunfire pretty well.
  • Defiant Captive: Carlos refuses to co-operate with the pirates, and he has been doing pretty well for fifty years.
  • Grande Dame: His wife seems quite flighty, domineering, and bossy to Carlos.
  • Henpecked Husband: Implied, since his wife keeps sticking her head out the window, and shouting "don't be chicken!"
  • Obstructive Bureaucrat: A heroic example. Carlos refuses to give in to the pirates' torture and reveal the location of the treasure.
  • Stop Helping Me!: Carlos' wife isn't doing him any favours.
  • Thrown Down a Well: More precisely tied up and dunked repeatedly in a well.
  • We Have Ways of Making You Talk: The pirates are trying to get Carlos to talk by drowning him over and over.

    The Auctioneer 
A bearded, well-dressed pirate who is running an auction to sell off women to a bunch of pirates.

  • Auction of Evil: The Auctioneer was, for fifty years, selling off captured women to the lustful pirates. Following the 2018 refurbishment, he is selling off loot.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Considers one woman, Tiny, to be this.
  • Demoted to Extra: Was one of the most vocal characters in the ride. Following the refurbishment, the Auctioneer has less to say, with Redd now assisting him in the auction. Considering most of his dialogue was pitching the kidnapped women to pirates, and the new scene changed the story, the alterations are necessary.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: The Auctioneer mostly treats his women with respect, praising Tiny's appearance, and advises the Redhead not to show off her legs for her own sake.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: For a pirate. He demands authority and co-operation in the auction, his subordinate shooting the air when the pirates get rowdy.
  • The Women Are Safe with Us: Treats the women with respect (mostly), and silences the pirates when they start demanding the redhead.
  • Villains Out Shopping: Even during an assault on a Caribbean fort, the pirates still have time for some democratic auctions.

     The Redhead / Redd 
The most popular character in the ride, the Redhead is a beautiful woman seen being put up for auction, much to the delight of the lustful pirates. Following the 2018 refurbishment, she has been reimagined as a Pirate Girl, now aiding in the auction rather than being on the market.

  • Ascended Extra: While she was one of the more prominent characters in the ride, she became a major figure in the latest refurbishment, having a major speaking role. The character has even become a meet-and-greet in Disneyland.
  • Beauty Mark: Sports one on her face.
  • Evil Redhead: In her new Pirate Girl incarnation.
  • Fiery Redhead: Seems pretty much at home with the pirates, knowing how to make them squirm and get jumpy. Becomes this even more so with her transformation.
  • Lady in Red: Sports an entirely red outfit and hat.
  • Not as You Know Them: Though she didn't have much of a personality pre-refurbishment, the Redhead seemed quite calm, suave, and sexy, using her looks to her advantage. Her personality has since become more vocal, and pirate-y.
  • Pirate Girl: Though she has since become this trope, it was always implied the Redhead would become this. In the Disneyland ride, there is a painting of a certain redheaded, scantily clad pirate girl, hinting she is the same character from the auction.
  • Really Gets Around: Very popular with the pirates.
  • Show Some Leg: Tries doing this, but the Auctioneer advises her not to.

    The Pooped Pirate 
A fat, bearded pirate resting in the middle of town. His situation has changed a lot over the years due to political correctness, currently possessing a key and treasure map to the Spanish fort's treasure.

  • Dirty Old Man: His original character had him looking for a young lady to deflower, having already acquired her pantyhose.
  • Evil Redhead: Has red hair and a moustache.
  • Fat Bastard: Surly, perverted, gluttonous, and dumb.
  • Stalker with a Crush: His original character had a thing for the young lady he was stalking.
  • Tempting Fate: Brags that Jack Sparrow will never look at his treasure map, or the key that leads to the loot. Jack is spying on him in the barrel behind him.
  • Treasure Map: Wields a map to the island's treasure.
  • Villainous Glutton: His second characterization was looking for some meat to eat, unaware an alley cat had got to it first.

    Old Bill 
An elderly, happily drunk pirate who tries to share a drink with some cats.


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