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Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann are two characters who, from the first At World's End brings several of these aspects of their relationship to. Supposedly, to distract him so that she would be able to handcuff him. A more apt reason: “to show a kiss between the awesome keira knightley and an amazing. and Jack Sparrow/Elizabeth Swann, better known as Sparrabeth. that Will was coming in the middle of a relationship between Jack and Elizabeth; and The marketing for At World's End played up the possibility of a love.
Will Turner, now a common blacksmith who presented his order of a ceremonial sword for Norrington. Will loves Elizabeth, but he knew his place and kept his feelings deeply hidden, much to Elizabeth's displeasure.
Governor Swann, meanwhile, desires that his daughter be betrothed to Commodore James Norrington, a marriage which would have brought her wealth and respect. After the ceremony, Norrington proposed to Elizabeth.
But while Norrington proposed, Elizabeth, whose tightly laced corset nearly suffocated her, faints and falls off a rampart of Fort Charles and into the bay. Her unlikely rescuer is the infamous Captain Jack Sparrownewly arrived in Port Royal to commandeer a ship.
Despite his gallant actions, Jack is promptly jailed for piracy and sentenced to hang, against Elizabeth's protests. However, Elizabeth changed her mind when Jack threatened her so he could escape, though was later captured again. Elizabeth aboard the Black Pearl. That night, Elizabeth read a book and discussed the day's events to her maid, Estrella, then also contemplated the two fine men in her life: James Norrington and Will Turner. Meanwhile, a pirate ship, the Black Pearlwhich Elizabeth discovers is the same ship she saw eight years earlier, began an attack on the town of Port Royal.
At the Governor's mansion, Pintel and Ragetti were chasing Elizabeth until she invoked the right of parley, in which she had to be taken to their captain. She is kidnapped because she possesses Will's gold medallion. Elizabeth learning of the curse. In the wake of Elizabeth's kidnapping, her childhood friend, Will Turner, joins forces with Jack Sparrow in a gallant attempt to rescue Elizabeth and recapture the Black Pearl.
The duo escaped from Commodore Norrington while commandeering the fastest ship in the British fleet, the HMS Interceptor, and recruited a ragtag crew in Tortuga to race toward the mysterious Isla de Muerta. Unbeknownst to Elizabeth, a cursed treasure has doomed Barbossa and his crew to live forever as the undead, the moonlight eerily transforming them into living skeletons.
The curse they carry can be broken only if the plundered treasure is restored in total and a blood debt repaid. While having dinner with Barbossa, Elizabeth learned about the curse after confronting Barbossa with a knife and saw a skeleton crew on deck. After her terrifying chase around the moonlit deck, she cowered in a corner of the captain's cabin for the rest of the voyage. Barbossa attempted to lift the curse by returning the final cursed coin into the chest, with a portion of Elizabeth's blood—believing it to be the blood of a Turner.
The ritual failed, however, and Barbossa asked Elizabeth if her father was William Turner, and she told him "No". When refusing to reveal who and where Turner's real child was, Barbossa knocked Elizabeth to the ground.
Fortunately for Elizabeth, while Barbossa and his crew were arguing, Will Turner arrived in time to flee the island with her and his medallion.
When he reached the island, Will suspected Jack may betray him and knocked him out, so when he rescued Elizabeth, he left Jack behind. She was brought aboard the Interceptor and was shocked to find more pirates, though saw the familiar face of Joshamee Gibbs. But even though they sailed a fair distance, the Black Pearl was in high pursuit.
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Although the Interceptor tried to outrun the Pearl, both ships engaged in battle. As the ships turned for attack, Elizabeth shouts "Fire all! Ultimately, Barbossa's crew won the battle, successfully taking back the medallion and sinking the Interceptor.
While the crew had their way with Elizabeth, Will reveals he is Bootstrap Bill's child and demanded that Elizabeth be freed and Jack's crew would not be harmed, or he will shoot himself and fall overboard, foiling Barbossa's plan to break the curse. Barbossa agrees, but applies another loophole, keeping Jack's crew imprisoned while making Elizabeth and Jack Sparrow walk the plank near the same island Jack had been left on ten years earlier.
Elizabeth and Jack after burning the rum. While Will and the crew are thrown in the brig, with Will being taken as Barbossa's prisoner to Isla de Muerta, to be killed to break the curse, Elizabeth and Jack were marooned on a desert island with no hope of escape.
However, Elizabeth discovers how Jack escaped before: That night, Elizabeth takes action for their rescue by burning a cache of smugglers' rum, much to Jack's disappointment.
The towering smoke column is spotted by Commodore Norrington's ship, the Dauntless. To rescue Will, Elizabeth convinces Norrington to attack Isla de Muerta by impulsively accepting his previous marriage proposal. The commodore doubts her sincerity, though Elizabeth apparently intends to honor her promise. She says nothing about the curse while Sparrow provides the bearings to Isla de Muerta, setting his own plan into motion. Will "thinks like Jack" and sends dead bodies as a sign of their trail.
Jack later uses Will's thinking by doing the trick Turner showed him. Will also sees Jack is struggling with Davy Jones in fighting over the key and goes over to help him.Jack and Elizabeth full island artsocial.info
Jack is visibly shocked and upset that Jones had stabbed his friend. He fought over stabbing the heart plus letting Will die, or have Will stab the heard and live. Sparrow gave up immortality and helped the son of his friend Bootstrap Bill Turner by stabbing the heart of Davy Jones.
Over the years, Elizabeth blossomed into a beautiful young lady, although drove her father to distraction with her willfulness and disregard for propriety. Eight years after they first met, both Elizabeth and Will had both grown up, and Elizabeth still carried the medallion with her. She attended James Norrington's promotion ceremony at Fort Charleswearing a corset that was far too tight for her a recent gift from her father, all the latest fashion in Londonand spent much of the time trying to keep herself from fainting.
After the ceremony, James asked for a moment alone with Elizabeth out on the battlements, during which he proposed to her, having realized that all he was missing in his life was marriage to a fine woman. Elizabeth was surprised, and this, coupled with the constricting corset, caused her to faint and topple over the battlements.
She plunged into the water far below, narrowly missing the rocks, and sank to the sea bed. Jack Sparrow threatening Elizabeth just after her rescue. Fortunately for her, Captain Jack Sparrow had arrived in Port Royal, and, witnessing Elizabeth's fall, dived into the water to save her. Bringing her up to the dock, Sparrow cut off her corset, and Elizabeth took a gulp of welcome fresh air.