It seems the more ripped he gets, the more the pirate roids take over. Oaths will be shattered, fortunes will change hands, and amidst the chaos, only one thing remains certain: it has never been more dangerous to call oneself a pirate. I feel like Jack's final arc is going to be what gets him killed. But in reality he still holds a reputation, and isn't as narrow minded like you mentioned. Hundreds of British soldiers lie dead in a forest… the Royal Navy sails back to England in retreat… the West Indies are now a war zone, and the shores of New Providence Island have never been bloodier. He wants to do things his way, even when faced with overwhelming evidence that it will only go poorly.
Eleanor and Anne aren't either, but in their cases I can understand why they made it this far, with Max I always had the feeling she's just lucky. He is for the cause for war, he doesn't care much for the long term actions towards the slaves. Seems smarter to sink them digitally than to pretend the pirates still have a dozen ships that can never actually be shown, even if it didn't make much sense within the story. What'd you all think of the season premiere? Link flair can be used to add this warning after submission if you forget. The show's finally back for its final season! Spoiler tags: Spoiler tags are now implemented! Max looks nervous now Makes me actually happy. I mean, he always is but you know.
Flint is similar in that he wants things his way, but at least he's willing to change his mind Usually if there's a better option put forward. So I am happy enough to stay aboard team Flint. In his head everything is working, the plan is advancing and they are a step closer to building the army. And luck only gets you so far. At this point we all know Flint dropped his ass in the ocean in season one as soon as he became a threat and Billy's still had to make nice with him despite it ever since for the sake of all piracy plus he killed his surrogate father Gates.
When she had her men draw on them it was a Flint level betrayal and he couldn't handle folding again to that. But seriously while they both will go down in history for being huge pains in the ass, you gotta understand a bit where both are coming from. He is clearly not on the same level as Flint or Silver, he is short minded and emotionally stubborn. Supposedly a few of the ship sets burned down. When he walks in and the guy he mistrusts more than anyone tells him all of that was for nothing, it makes him snap. I never liked the character and hated the fact she always somehow came out on top, despite the fact she's not as smart or savvy as Silver or Flint. With the help of Eleanor Guthrie, Woodes Rogers transforms Nassau into a fortress without walls, as Captain Flint amasses a fleet of unprecedented strength, hoping to strike the final blow against civilization and reshape the world forever.
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