Scarus became cursed along with the rest of Barbossa's crew when they stole the treasure from the Chest of Cortés at Isla de Muerta, and spent the following decade attempting to lift their curse. The curse was ultimately reversed by the combined efforts of Will Turner and Jack Sparrow, though Scarus and the crew were forced to surrender to Commodore James Norrington aboard the HMS Dauntless. Scarus was likely taken back to Port Royal to be executed.
Scarus joined the crew of Captain Jack Sparrow prior to the search for Isla de Muerta, and served under Sparrow until the night of Barbossa's mutiny. Scarus and the rest of the crew stood by Barbossa against Jack, who was then marooned while the crew, now serving Barbossa, continued on to Isla de Muerta. There, they took the treasure of Hernán Cortés and spent it all on life's pleasures. It was only later that the crew realized the treasure was cursed. Scarus found himself unable to die, and unable to feel neither pleasure nor pain. Under moonlight, he and the crew became walking skeletons, and the undead men began their quest to return all eight hundred and eighty two gold coins to Isla de Muerta.
Years later he participated in the attack on Port Royal, slaughtering many civilians. He and the rest of the cursed crew returned to the Pearl with Elizabeth Swann as a prisoner.
Scarus, like most of the other pirates from Barbossa's crew, fought against the British Royal Navy onboard the HMS Dauntless when Commodore Norrington's men launched an assault on the island. Scarus battled the Navy crew until the curse was lifted, and, upon seeing Koehler dead, dropped his cutlass. Governor Swann took delight in mocking the embarrassed Scarus when the curse was lifted.
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