3 Works in Bo'sun (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel, Marvel (Comics), Pirates of the Caribbean (Movies), Thor (Movies), Thor (Comics), The Originals (TV), The Little Mermaid (1989), Aquaman (2018), Aquaman (Comics), The Little Mermaid - All Media Types
28 Jul 2019
Mira is always looking for adventure, and whilst she cannot leave Asgard, she can hear about other peoples from her father Loki. This time, the story is about Rayne Mikaelson, Mira's mother, and her time traveling with Captain Jack Sparrow and Will Turner as they set out to save Elizabeth Swann and the Black Pearl.
- Part 1 of Original Queen
Fandoms: Pirates of the Caribbean (Movies)
22 Jun 2018
The Sea has always been described as being dangerous, mysterious, powerful, and fathomless, as well as being temperamental, harsh, wild and untamable but also being beautiful, calm, gentle and playful. And that is exactly how Analisa Turner has been described as, as being like the Sea herself.
Maybe it's because Analisa has always have a deep and strong connection, a bond, to the Sea and it's life, but she has never been out to sea, not when her only family, her older brother, Will Turner, had settled down in Port Royal instead of continuing their search for their father. But Analisa is always down at the docks, hanging out with sailors and helping Fishermen.
Analisa believed that her life will never change, but when a certain Pirate Captain came into Port Royal, Analisa found that her life has change, by embracing her blood of a Pirate and becoming a Pirate Captain.
But when old enemies become allies and a new enemy has set his eyes on Analisa, she has found that her connection, her bond, to the Sea is much stronger than she first thought.
Fandoms: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean (Movies)
24 Jul 2014
The little Caribbean town of Port Royal in the 17th century. Women are laced in. Men are rigid. Marriage is seldom a matter of love. The good news is: There are pirates. And there are curses, tales and spirits.
("Pirates of the Caribbean" meets Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream")