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{{Title|''Faithful Bride''}}
 
{{Title|''Faithful Bride''}}
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{{Quote|Why don't I stay here with the ship? I can keep an eye on things. While you're gone. Trust me, I'll take good care of the ''[[Black Pearl|Pearl]]''."<br>"Nonsense. I need your keen eye and sound judgment in choosing a crew, Barbossa. A noble offer, but I insist you accompany me to the ''Faithful Bride''.|[[Hector Barbossa]] and [[Jack Sparrow]]|Legends of the Brethren Court: The Caribbean}}
   
{{Quote|Let me guess. Ale, ale, ale and&hellip;oh, probably another ale?|[[Arabella Smith]]|Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm}}
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The '''''Faithful Bride''''' was a tavern on the island of [[Tortuga]] in the 18th century.
 
The '''''Faithful Bride'''''<ref name="CotBP script">[http://www.wordplayer.com/archives/PIRATES.script.html Wordplay: ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' first draft screenplay]</ref><ref name="VG">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Visual Guide]]'', p60-61: "Souls for Sale"</ref> was a tavern on the island of [[Tortuga]] in the 18th century.
 
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
{{Quote|I reckon we have enough old salts here to crew every ship in Port Royal.|[[Arabella Smith]]'s thoughts on the ''Faithful Bride'''s patrons|Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm}}
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===The Age of Piracy===
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====Jack Sparrow's adventures====
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[[File:Faithful Bride Bar Fight.jpg|thumb|right|225px|A bar fight inside the ''Faithful Bride'']]
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{{Quote|How dare ye start a fight in my father's tavern? Couldn't ye do your pickpocketing somewhere else tonight? Someplace nicer, whose patrons wouldn't wreck the place.|[[Arabella Smith]] to [[Jack Sparrow]]|Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm}}
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Prior to the [[Quest for the Sword of Cortés|quest]] for the [[Sword of Cortés]], [[Arabella Smith]] worked as a barmaid in the ''Faithful Bride'', owned at the time by [[Smith (Arabella's father)|her father]] and her mother, [[Laura Smith|Laura]]. One night, the infamous pirate captain [[Torrents]] came to the tavern and kidnapped Laura.<ref name="JS3">''[[Jack Sparrow: The Pirate Chase]]''</ref> A few years later, [[Jack Sparrow]] started a brawl in the tavern, leading to Arabella joining his misfit crew.<ref name="JS1">''[[Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm]]''</ref>
   
Prior to the quest for the [[Sword of Cortés]], [[Arabella]] worked as a barmaid in the ''Faithful Bride'', owned at the time by her father. [[Jack Sparrow]] started a brawl in the tavern, leading to Arabella joining his misfit crew.<ref name="JS1"/>
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Some time later, an adult Sparrow returned to the tavern with [[Hector Barbossa]] and [[William Turner Sr.|Billy Turner]] in tow so as to find some new crew members for his ship, the ''[[Black Pearl]]''. He recruited a drunkard called [[Catastrophe Shane]] and was about to sign on another pirate named [[Henry Morgan|Henry]] when the [[Pirate Lord]] [[Eduardo Villanueva]] arrived and forced Henry and several of the other men in the tavern into joining his crew aboard the ''[[Centurion]]''.<ref name="Legends1">''[[Legends of the Brethren Court: The Caribbean]]''</ref>
   
Some time later, an adult Sparrow returned to the tavern with [[Hector Barbossa]] and [[William Turner Sr.|Billy Turner]] in tow so as to find some new crew members for his ship, the ''[[Black Pearl]]''. He recruited a drunkard called [[Catastrophe Shane]] and was about to sign on another pirate named [[Shadow Lord|Henry]] when the [[Pirate Lord]] [[Villanueva]] arrived and forced Henry and several of the other men in the tavern into joining his crew aboard the ''[[Centurion]]''.
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====Mid-18th century====
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Many years afterwards, Sparrow brought [[William Turner Jr.|Will Turner]] to the tavern while he met with [[Joshamee Gibbs]] to procure a [[motley crew]] for the journey to [[Isla de Muerta]].<ref name="CotBP">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''</ref> Some time later, [[Elizabeth Swann]], the daughter of [[Governor]] [[Weatherby Swann]], was kidnapped by Sparrow's former crewmember [[Hawkins (pirate)|Hawkins]] and locked in one of the rooms in the ''Bride''. While Jack fought a [[duel]] with Hawkins, Elizabeth decided not to wait for him and Will and escaped on her own.<ref>''[[The Duel!]]''</ref>
   
Many years afterwards, Sparrow brought [[William Turner Jr.|Will Turner]] to the tavern while he met with [[Joshamee Gibbs]] to procure a crew for the journey to [[Isla de Muerta]].<ref name="CotBP">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''</ref>
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During the [[War of Jolly Roger]], [[Carver]] was the bartender of the ''Faithful Bride''. At some point before the [[War Against Piracy]], the former [[Gunner (Nemesis)|Gunner]] of the legendary pirate ship ''[[Nemesis (ship)|Nemesis]]'' became a regular visitor in the tavern, often telling the stories of the time he served under captain [[James Sterling]] to other visitors of the tavern.<ref name=>[[:File:Pirates Of The Caribbean Armada Of The Damned Video Game, Intro Gameplay HD|Armada of the Damned Preview: Tale of Captain Sterling]]</ref> Some time later, [[Arabella Smith]] returned to Tortuga to take over as the owner and operator of the tavern.<ref name="TortugaTale">[http://disneyshawn.blogspot.com/2011/08/tortuga-tale.html DisneyShawn: Tortuga Tale]</ref>
   
[[Image:Gibbs Norrington Tortuga.jpg|thumb|left|350px|[[James Norrington]] threatening [[Joshamee Gibbs]] in the ''Faithful Bride''.]]
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==Physical appearance==
Around a year later, Sparrow and the crew of the ''[[Black Pearl]]'' returned, attempting to recruit sailors as souls to pay off [[Davy Jones]], and settle Sparrow's debt. The four men who signed up were blighted with all manner of ailments and would hardly have made worthy [[crew member]]s under normal circumstances.<ref name="DMC">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest]]''</ref>At that time, [[Carver]] was the bartender. The arrival of [[James Norrington]], who threatened Jack with a pistol, caused a full-scale bar brawl, ending with Norrington being ejected from the tavern and thrown in with the pigs. A [[Tortuga pirate band|pirate band]] was known to play in the tavern, and continued their jigs even during the fight.<ref name="DMC"/>
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[[Image:FaithfulBride2.PNG|275px|thumb|Concept art of the ''Bride''.]]
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The ''Faithful Bride'' appeared, from the outside, to be little more than an oversized shack, and was constructed from the timbers of wrecked boats. It was said that the tavern smelled of tar, salt, seaweed and fish. The roof was noticably too weak to keep rain from dripping inside the tavern.<ref name="JS1"/> The sign above the door was a politically-incorrect painting of a smiling bride holding a bouquet in her manacled hands.<ref name="CotBP script">[http://www.wordplayer.com/archives/PIRATES.script.html Wordplay: ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' first draft screenplay]</ref>
   
At some point before the [[War Against Piracy]], the former [[Gunner (Nemesis)|Gunner]] of the legendary pirate ship ''[[Nemesis]]'' became a regular visitor in the tavern, often telling the stories of the time he served under captain [[James Sterling]] to other visitors of the tavern.<ref name=>[[:Video:Pirates Of The Caribbean Armada Of The Damned Video Game, Intro Gameplay HD|Armada of the Damned Preview: Tale of Captain Sterling]]</ref>
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==Behind the scenes==
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*The name "Faithful Bride" originally came from the first screenplay draft of ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''.<ref name="CotBP script"/> It has since been used in [[Pirates of the Caribbean|various ''Pirates'' material]], most notably ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean Online]]''.
At some point after the War Against Piracy, Arabella returned to Tortuga and took over operations of the tavern. <ref name=>[http://disneyshawn.blogspot.com/2011/08/tortuga-tale.html]</ref>
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*The ''Faithful Bride'' was thought to be the [[Cantina (Tortuga)|cantina]] seen in ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest|Dead Man's Chest]]'', as said in ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Complete Visual Guide|The Complete Visual Guide]]''.<ref name="CVG">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Complete Visual Guide]]'', p60-61: "Souls for Sale"</ref> However, in the script for ''Dead Man's Chest'', the place was only called the "Cantina".<ref>[http://www.screenplaydb.com/film/scripts/Pirates%20of%20the%20Carribean%202.PDF Dead Man's Chest 2006 production draft]</ref>
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*A possible backstory appeared to be made where, at some point after the [[Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow|''Jack Sparrow'' series]], [[Arabella Smith]] returned to Tortuga to take over as the owner and operator of the ''Faithful Bride'', which would be renamed "[[Tortuga Tavern (restaurant)|Tortuga Tavern]]". The old ''Faithful Bride'' sign can be seen put into a wagon.<ref name="TortugaTale"/> However, the canonicity of the renaming is unknown.
==Physical appearance==
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*The ''Faithful Bride'' appears in the video game ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned]]'' and the graphic novel ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Six Sea Shanties|Six Sea Shanties]]''. But, since both were canceled, it is unknown if the tavern's appearance in those products is [[Wikipedia:Canon (fiction)|canon]] or not.
[[File:Faithful Bride Bar Fight.jpg|thumb|300px|A bar fight inside the ''Faithful Bride'']]
 
The ''Faithful Bride'' appeared, from the outside, to be little more than an oversized shack, and was constructed from the timbers of wrecked boats. It was said that the tavern smelled of tar, salt, seaweed and fish. The roof was noticably too weak to keep rain from dripping inside the tavern.<ref name="JS1">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm]]''</ref> The sign above the door was a politically-incorrect painting of a smiling bride holding a bouquet in her manacled hands.<ref name="CotBP script">[http://www.wordplayer.com/archives/PIRATES.script.html Wordplay: ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' first draft screenplay]</ref>
 
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm]]''
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*''[[Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm]]''
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*''[[Jack Sparrow: The Pirate Chase]]'' {{Mo}}
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*''[[Jack Sparrow: Silver]]'' {{Mo}}
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned]]''
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned]]''
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Legends of the Brethren Court: The Caribbean]]''
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*''[[The Price of Freedom]]'' {{mo}}
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*''[[Legends of the Brethren Court: The Caribbean]]''
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]'' {{1st}}
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]'' {{1st}}
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**[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (comic)|''Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl'' (comic)]]
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow]]''
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow]]''
 
*''[[Revenge of the Pirates!]]''
 
*''[[Revenge of the Pirates!]]''
 
*''[[The Duel!]]''
 
*''[[The Duel!]]''
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean Online]]''
 
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean Online]]''
*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest]]''
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*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (video game)]]''
*[[Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (video game)|''Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End'' (video game)]]
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*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Six Sea Shanties]]''
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*''[[LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game]]'' {{Nc}}
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
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==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
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Revision as of 08:17, October 7, 2018

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"Why don't I stay here with the ship? I can keep an eye on things. While you're gone. Trust me, I'll take good care of the Pearl."
"Nonsense. I need your keen eye and sound judgment in choosing a crew, Barbossa. A noble offer, but I insist you accompany me to the
Faithful Bride."
Hector Barbossa and Jack Sparrow[src]

The Faithful Bride was a tavern on the island of Tortuga in the 18th century.

History

The Age of Piracy

Jack Sparrow's adventures

Faithful Bride Bar Fight

A bar fight inside the Faithful Bride

"How dare ye start a fight in my father's tavern? Couldn't ye do your pickpocketing somewhere else tonight? Someplace nicer, whose patrons wouldn't wreck the place."
Arabella Smith to Jack Sparrow[src]

Prior to the quest for the Sword of Cortés, Arabella Smith worked as a barmaid in the Faithful Bride, owned at the time by her father and her mother, Laura. One night, the infamous pirate captain Torrents came to the tavern and kidnapped Laura.[1] A few years later, Jack Sparrow started a brawl in the tavern, leading to Arabella joining his misfit crew.[2]

Some time later, an adult Sparrow returned to the tavern with Hector Barbossa and Billy Turner in tow so as to find some new crew members for his ship, the Black Pearl. He recruited a drunkard called Catastrophe Shane and was about to sign on another pirate named Henry when the Pirate Lord Eduardo Villanueva arrived and forced Henry and several of the other men in the tavern into joining his crew aboard the Centurion.[3]

Mid-18th century

Many years afterwards, Sparrow brought Will Turner to the tavern while he met with Joshamee Gibbs to procure a motley crew for the journey to Isla de Muerta.[4] Some time later, Elizabeth Swann, the daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann, was kidnapped by Sparrow's former crewmember Hawkins and locked in one of the rooms in the Bride. While Jack fought a duel with Hawkins, Elizabeth decided not to wait for him and Will and escaped on her own.[5]

During the War of Jolly Roger, Carver was the bartender of the Faithful Bride. At some point before the War Against Piracy, the former Gunner of the legendary pirate ship Nemesis became a regular visitor in the tavern, often telling the stories of the time he served under captain James Sterling to other visitors of the tavern.[6] Some time later, Arabella Smith returned to Tortuga to take over as the owner and operator of the tavern.[7]

Physical appearance

FaithfulBride2

Concept art of the Bride.

The Faithful Bride appeared, from the outside, to be little more than an oversized shack, and was constructed from the timbers of wrecked boats. It was said that the tavern smelled of tar, salt, seaweed and fish. The roof was noticably too weak to keep rain from dripping inside the tavern.[2] The sign above the door was a politically-incorrect painting of a smiling bride holding a bouquet in her manacled hands.[8]

Behind the scenes

Appearances

Sources

Notes and references

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