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[S1E8] When Pirates Pirate Pirates ^NEW^

One night, Peter Pan's shadow makes way for Neverland and visits the Jolly Roger: the ship of the villainous Captain Hook. There, he bothers Hook and his crew by awakening them from their slumber. Meanwhile, Peter Pan himself visits Pirate Island and reunites with his pirate team insisting of Jake, Izzy, Cubby, and Skully. He informs them of the missing shadow and the friends set off to find it. Back on the Jolly Roger, the shadow has proceeded in revealing itself. This alerts Hook and the crew of Peter's presence in Never Land. The captain plots to capture the shadow and use it as hostage to lure Peter to him. However, the shadow proves to be elusive as a chase leads the pirates to be thrown overboard and the Jolly Roger to be taken over by the shadow. The shadow, and the villain pirates, make way from Never Land. Once there, Hook finally bags the shadow. Peter, Jake and the crew begin their search on the shore of Never Land where they find a note from Hook informing them of the impounded shadow. The heroes set off to meet Hook at Buccaneer's Bluff to settle the score. Instead, Hook attempts to force the heroes out of Never Land for the safety of the shadow. Peter rejects the offer resulting into Hook and his crew taking the shadow to The Valley of Shadows. As the name suggests, the valley is filled with shadows made by various things. As the plan goes, Hook will unleash the shadow there so that Peter will never find it. As Peter and the crew make way for the valley, Peter's flight begins to die down. Being that Peter's thoughts are filled with worries about his shadow, he's beginning to lose his flight as it can only be accessed through happy thoughts. Unfortunately for Hook, Peter and Jake arrive on time. Instead, Hook decides to sink the shadow to the bottom of the Never Sea. Using Bucky, Peter, Jake, and the crew catches up to the Jolly Roger. A battle follows including events such as Izzy, Cubby and Skully getting trapped under the sail and Jake grabbing the chest with Peter's shadow inside but his vest is caught by Captain Hook's hook, the fight ends with the shadow being reattached to Peter, the villains falling overboard, and the crocodile chasing after them. In celebration of the success, Peter, Jake, Izzy, Cubby and Skully fly through Pirate Island. Much to the young pirates' surprise, Peter and his shadow are now ready to depart to explore new parts of the world and discover new adventures. The friends bid farewell to their friend. Right after, Hook, Smee, Sharky, and Bones are seen on a spit of land watching in horror as Tick-Tock the Crocodile and a large float of hungry crocodiles begin to swarm around Hook.

[S1E8] When Pirates Pirate Pirates

After being transformed into the dashing, swashbuckling "Buck Buccaneer" by Pip the Pirate Genie, Mr. Smee attends Red Jessica's Pirate Convention and befriends a special pirate woman named Mollie who's been assisting Red Jessica with the festivities while Captain Hook envies him and tries many attempts to foil Buck. The magic only lasts when all 3 air horns are blown then Buck will be reverted to Mr. Smee including the Jolly Roger that Pip shrinks back to a big ship.

The monkey pirates have captured the Jolly Roger, and when the Monkey Captain and Captain Hook switched places thanks to the Monkey Tiki, Captain Jake and crew must put an end to this monkey business.

ShiverJack's nephew ChillyZack tries to impress his uncle by capturing Captain Jake and his crew, but fails and ends up befriended by them. But when Captain Jake and his crew are trapped, ChillyZack turns against his uncle due to the latter misjudging Captain Jake and his crew for evil pirates.

Prior to the Consortium's creation, all trade was managed by Richard Guthrie. He would purchase the stolen goods, then smuggle them out using his own ships. After his involvement in this illicit trade is uncovered, Richard decides that in order to protect his daughter, the pirate trade must be crippled. He swiftly cuts ties and business on the island, informing the crews of the island he is no longer conducting business and that all monies owed are lost. Instead of paying debts and leaving as her father has hoped, Eleanor decides to recreate her father's business without her father. To do this, she calls on Frasier to assist in trades off the island, Captains Naft and Geoffrey Lawrence to transport the cargo, and Captain Benjamin Hornigold to operate as the face to gain the trust of the local pirates. While Fraiser and the two captains consent to the idea, Hornigold tells her that he would only get involved if she lifted her ban on Charles Vane. He tells her that until that ban is lifted, everybody they do business with would be at risk as long as people did not trust Eleanor. Eleanor refuses initially, and Hornigold gives her until dark to decide[1].

The crew of the Fancy arrives to Nassau with a haul from a prize, the Good Fortune. However, the Warehouse Cashier refuses to to pay full price for it due to the barrels being covered in blood. Meeks, the crew's quartermaster, argues with the Cashier until Eleanor arrives, and explains that the costs in repackaging the cargo comes out of the pirates' end. She promises to pass along any savings in the repackaging of the cargo. Eleanor later visits Charles Vane in the fort and scolds him for not showing up to the meetings. She tells him that if he wants Hornigold's spot in the Consortium that means taking up Hornigold's responsibilities, which included providing security. She goes on to say that the night before, someone killed two watchmen and stole 500 worth of cargo from the warehouse. Vane argues that she needs stronger partners, and he doesn't want to play the role of constable for Captains Naft and Lawrence. Eleanor retorts that she had stronger partners, referring to Vane's pushing out of Hornigold. They continue to argue about what Vane will do when Flint returns with the Spanish gold, and Eleanor threatens to remove Vane if he tries to extort the gold from Flint[5].

Eleanor stops Flint and Vane from fighting in the tavern by threatening to shoot them, and they sit down for a parley with her, her father and Miranda. After Flint discovers that Abigail Ashe is in Vane's possession, and with Mrs. Barlow's persuasion, he decides to offer her back to her father with no request for ransom. Flint and Miranda hope to use their former friendship with Lord Peter Ashe to convince him to help bring Nassau back into the fold of the British Empire, with pardons for all the pirates as well as a say in electing their governor. Flint promises not to continue his attack in exchange for the girl. Eleanor, and by extension the Consortium, support this position. However, Vane demands the Spanish Man O' War in exchange for Abigail's release, which Flint refuses, prompting Vane to storm out of the meeting. However, Eleanor promises to deliver the Abigail to Flint[10].

Mrs. Mapleton, who has been hired by Eleanor to keep an eye on the Inn, informs Eleanor that Charlotte has disappeared, allegedly fleeing with Logan away from Nassau. Mapleton knows this cannot be true, as Charlotte entrusted Mapleton with her savings, which she still possesses. She tells Eleanor that she believes Max and Rackham are conspiring to send the Colonial Dawn to retrieve the gold whilst Flint is taking Abigail back to Charles Town. Later, Frasier approaches Eleanor and tells her that the Colonial Dawn is most certainly emptying her hold, giving further credence to the theory Mrs. Mapleton had proposed. Frasier tells Eleanor about the damage that could be done were the gold ever to reach the shores of Nassau. He states that pirates with that much gold will only be more empowered than ever and that it would surely kill any hopes of reconciliation with England. Eleanor tells him that the only way to actually stop the plan is to have everyone killed, including Max and Rackham. She declares that is something that she absolutely will not do. When Jack Rackham discovers Richard dead and crucified in Fort Nassau, he sends word of this. Eleanor arrives after Frasier, who gives her the note pinned to her father's body. The note reads that Vane killed Richard because he was part of a plot that wished to return the yoke of the Crown to Nassau and thus betrayed the pirates and suffered a traitor's death[12].

What happens when people who pirate a game development simulator have to deal with people who pirate games in the game? A whole lot of those same people not getting the obvious joke and complaining about it, apparently.

Silvers Rayleigh,[2][9] also known as the "Dark King",[4] is an extremely powerful and famous retired pirate who formerly served as the first mate of the legendary Roger Pirates,[3] being known as the "Right Hand of the Pirate King".[2] He is one of the major figures, along with Whitebeard, Shiki, Monkey D. Garp, Sengoku, Tsuru and Kong from the times when Gol D. Roger, the "Pirate King", was still alive.

Rayleigh then grabbed Camie's exploding collar and ripped it off, tossing it aside before it could explode. He surveyed the room and saw that the Kid Pirates and Heart Pirates, along with the Straw Hats, had survived his Haki blast, and he then turned his attention to Hatchan, thanking the Straw Hats for protecting him. The pirates then headed out of the auction hall, and Rayleigh told the Straw Hats to meet him at Grove 13 later.[26] After the three pirate crews had fought through the Marines laying siege to the auction house, Rayleigh was able to run off with Hatchan.[43]

Hector Barbossa's first hat was a hat which he wore during his time as captain of the Cobra. It was a huge, black hat, battered and ragged from long use. After the loss of the Cobra at the hands of the rogue pirates, Barbossa continued to wear this hat. He hadn't got another one for the next five years.[1]

Leaving R2 and Ganodi to fix up Huyang and prepare the ship for a quick escape, the rest of the younglings set off toward the pirate base. On their way through the Florrum wastelands, the younglings happen to come across a traveling carnival troupe en route to Hondo's base to business. Passing themselves off as junior acrobats, they manage to persuade the show's proprietor, Preigo, to take them to the pirate base. Held captive by Hondo in the same location, a manacled Ahsoka suffers under the pirates' taunts. While she tries to persuade Hondo to release her, she learns from him that he intends to sell her to a certain "business man" who will pay "handsomely" for a female Jedi-dead or alive. 041b061a72


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