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Hello my fellow 'pirates',

I've seen the movie yesterday(since I live in Asia Pacific, so the releasing date is a day earlier than some of you), and I don't understand one thing. Davy Jones carved his heart out because of the pain he wouldn't withstand, but why should Will Turner also need to got his heart carved out? Well, although I know a quote: "The Dutchman needs a living heart, or there'll be no captain. And if there's no captain, there's no one to have the key." ―Wyvern to William Turner [src] But then the explanation of Davy Jones' act would be inlogical. What do you guys think, mate? Unsigned comment by LuciferPercival (talk • contribs).

  • It's mentioned several times in World's End (first by Governor Swann) that whomever stabs the heart must replace it with their own; presumably it's a consequence brought about by Davy's action in the first place of carving out his heart - Kwenn 07:19, 25 May 2007 (UTC)
    • Ah, and also why can't Elizabeth Swann aboard the Flying Dutchman? - User:LuciferPercival
      • Presumably because she's the Pirate King, and also because it seems to spend most of its time in the underworld, as evidenced by its disappearance and arrival with the "green flash" - Kwenn 16:05, 25 May 2007 (UTC)