The Codex: Q



"He thinks we're a hallucination."
"William, tell me something. Have you come because you need my help to save a certain distressing damsel, or rather, damsel in distress? Either one."
"Well, then, you wouldn't be here, would you? So you can't be here. Q.E.D., you're not really here.
Will Turner and Jack Sparrow[src]

Latin quod erat demonstrandum (which was to be demonstrated).[1] Captain Jack Sparrow abbreviated the quote, when he was reunited with his former crew in Davy Jones' Locker, while explaining to Will Turner that he wasn't here and was simply a hallucination.


"Signal Jones to give no quarter. That should brighten his day."
Cutler Beckett to Theodore Groves[src]

Accommodation granted to a defeated opponent.


Follow him in

Capitán Armando Salazar and his men stand on the quarterdeck of the Silent Mary.

Quarterdeck can refer either to the part of the upper deck abaft the mainmast (including the poop deck when there is one) which is usually reserved for ship's officers, guests, and passengers or to the area to which a gangway for officers and diplomatic guests to board the vessel leads or any entry point for personnel. [1]


"So will you not give up this quest, then?"
Jack Sparrow to Angelica[src]

A journey or effort in pursuit of a goal (often lengthy, ambitious, or fervent); a mission. Many explorers and adventurers, some being bands of pirates and buccaneers, embarked on quests for something of value.

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