- "What's all this?"
- ―Jack Sparrow and Bowen
Some time after Bowen joined the Wench's crew, the notorious Spanish capitán Armando Salazar, El Matador Del Mar, vowed to clean the seas from piracy. With his galleon, the Silent Mary, and his loyal crew, Salazar destroyed dozens of ships, bringing piracy to the brink of extinction. The last pirates in the Caribbean eventually joined forces and formed a fleet in an attempt to sink the Silent Mary. The Wicked Wench was part of the fleet.
In a fierce battle off the coast of the mysterious Devil's Triangle, most of the pirate fleet was destroyed, and the Wicked Wench remained the only pirate ship left afloat. Captain Morgan was mortally wounded, and he gave command of the ship to a young pirate Jack. Jack took the helm, steering the ship towards the Triangle. With the rest of the crew Bowen followed Jack's orders to prepare the bootleg turn. Followed by the Silent Mary, the Wench changed her course at the last moment, right in front the Triangle. The Spanish had no choice but to sail right into the dark cave where the Spanish ship hit the reefs and exploded, killing the entire crew. A few moments later, Bowen gave his cutlass to Jack as a tribute, and the rest of the crew followed his example. His further fate is unknown.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (First appearance)
Notes and referencesEdit
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