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- "Ever since I was a little lad, I've wanted to sail the seas…forever."
"Sooner than you think! Sign the roster."
- ―Irish man and Joshamee Gibbs
This man lived in Tortuga, an Irish man who had wanted to sail the seas since he was young. In the Twelve Daggers bar, he met Joshamee Gibbs, who was signing up crew mates for the Motley crew of the Black Pearl under famed Captain Jack Sparrow. The Irish man signed up, along with several others. When a drunken former Commodore James Norrington tried to shoot Sparrow with a Flintlock, the new crew mates demonstrated their loyalty by restraining the crazed Navy officer turner pirate, causing him to shoot up towards the ceiling, inadvertently starting a bar fight. In the ensuing chaos, the crew escaped, and left aboard the Pearl. When the ship sailed to the isle of Isla Cruces where the fabled Dead Man's Chest belonging to Jack's enemy Davy Jones, Sparrow and several trusted crewmates rowed ashore, while the old man stayed under the command of Gibbs. The irish man stood with many other recruits on the main deck as the Flying Dutchman surfaced from the depths of the ocean, and watched as his captain made a fool of himself trying to bargain with Jones.
The Dutchman opened fire on the Black Pearl, damaging her greatly. The ship managed to outrun the ghostly Dutchman, but would soon suffer a worse fate. The whole ship shook, and fellow crewman Lejon yelled that they must have hit a reef. This was not the case; crewman William Turner Jr. knew of what was happening, and the crew was ordered to get to their stations as the Kraken was about to attack. This man served as a cannoneer, stationed at a cannon along with a Very old man. They were terrified as they saw the Kraken's tentacles climbing up the side of the ship, and immediately opened fire on command along with all of the other cannons. However, the longboats were destroyed by the Kraken, so they had to fight again. The Irish man prepared for the coming fight, loading his cannon. The second Kraken fight began out of nowhere, as the ship shook again and hundreds of tentacles came crashing through the wall. The Irish man was one of the first to die, killed by a tentacle as it crashed through his cannon hole and grabbed him. The tentacle dragged him crashing straight through a wooden pole, smashing it as the Irish man screamed. He was then pulled through a cannonhole and dragged into the ocean to his death.
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