This man was a pirate who operated in the Caribbean in the early 18th century. He assisted the Auctioneer in running various auctions where they would sell groups of wenches as brides. He was known to have resided on Shipwreck Island during the 1720s.
Not much is known about the his early life, but it is known that the Auctioneer's assistant took a life of piracy. He spent many years as a pirate in service of the Auctioneer. The Auctioneer's assistant would soon accompany the Auctioneer in his operations into Shipwreck Cove.
During his time there, he assisted the Auctioneer in selling two wenches, given to him by Captain Jack Sparrow, that he could sale fair and square: Scarlett and Giselle. Throughout the bid, the two wenches would constantly bicker and fight to win the auction. The bidding would ultimately end with the Marquis D'avis winning with seven hundred and two goats. After a stir amongst the pirates, a pirate named Mungard would accidentally shoot the Pirate Code. The Auctioneer, holding the Code, fell backwards to the ground.
After the pirates whispered among themselves on what had just happened, Mungard ordered the Auctioneer to be taken out, in which the Auctioneer's assistant and some others immediately helped a dazed Auctioneer up. Mungard then ordered the Code to be locked up and warned the crowd of pirates that if any of them spoke a word of what had occurred, that he would have their tongues. The Code was carried and locked in a chest, by the Auctioneer's assistant and another pirate. His further fate is unknown.
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Notes and references
- Estimation based on Martin Pierron's age during the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code: Wedlocked, and the fact that Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides takes place in 1750, approximately twenty years after the events of Wedlocked.
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code: Wedlocked