Service to Davy JonesEdit
Torrents was press-ganged into service aboard the Flying Dutchman, but struck a bargain with Captain Davy Jones. Torrents agreed to search for the Sword of Cortés and bring it to Jones, in exchange for his freedom. To ensure Torrents kept to his word, Jones marked his chest with the symbol of Quetzalcoatl, found on the scabbard of the Sword itself. This angered the Aztec gods, who placed a curse on Torrents, who would be followed wherever he went by storms. Torrents inexplicably had the power to control these storms, which grew in intensity when he became angered.
Torrents found the scabbard on and was having a drink at the Faithful Bride when it was stolen by Jack Sparrow. Torrents was able to track him to Isla Esquelética. He tried to get the scabbard back, but Jack was able to electrocute him with his own lightning.
Torrents later encounter Jack Sparrow when, in tinkering with the Timekeeper, ended up altering the timestream enough that the civilization on the island along with Stone-Eyed Sam had been revived, once again seeking to get the Sword of Cortes, though from it's wielder. In restoring the regular flow of time by giving the Timekeeper to Sam at the right moment, Torrents disappeared along with the other things brought throughout time.
Trident of PoseidonEdit
Torrents would show up again, seizing the Trident of Poseidon and using it to bring merfolk under his control, forcing Jack and his reunited crew into helping free the mermaids. Torrents was eventually defeated and lost to the depths of Davy Jones' Locker.
- Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm (First appearance)
- Jack Sparrow: Dance of the Hours
- Jack Sparrow: Poseidon's Peak
- Jack Sparrow: Bold New Horizons