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inges-icons · a day ago
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pirates of the caribbean 3 - elizabeth swann icons
you are free to use my icons, no need to ask. just don’t claim that you made them <3 reblog would be nice!
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flameandignite · 2 days ago
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Inspired by this potc confession, relatively newfound knowledge, and over 14 years of bitter fandom complaining . . .
I noticed awhile ago that Elizabeth Swann was not in fact left alone on some random beach, far away from the pirate life, as is commonly believed. If one looks closely at the land formations in the background, the shore where she and Will took their leave of each other is actually none other than Shipwreck Island!
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Now, it’s not 100% clear if the coast in the post-credits epilogue is also supposed to be the same island (the volcanic crater that forms the cove can’t be seen), but they look quite similar, and it could very well be.
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So there you have it - our beloved Pirate King was in her rightful domain all along! Hopefully this should put to rest any doubts as to her occupation during those ten years.
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potcconfessions · 2 days ago
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"I never really understood why Elizabeth decided to stay alone on an island after At World's End, she craves adventure so it doesn't make sense for her to just give everything up? I'd like to think she continued pirating with jack and returned to the island to have Henry and also to see Will every 10 years, but never quit adventuring. Also Jack and Henry uncle nephew dynamics."
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starryfandomgirl · 5 months ago
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Wellerman but an epic version that sounds like it should be playing in the background of a pirate fight scene 
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frodo-sam · 2 months ago
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Very well, what say you Captain Swann, king of the Brethren Court? (requested by anonymous)
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: At World’s End (2007) dir. Gore Verbinski 
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mrgraveside · 4 months ago
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A Pirates of the Caribbean Take Nobody Asked For:
Will may have learnt How To Pirate from Jack, from the first film and that crazy rescue mission (I mean, the last scene at the gallows says everything to me — the hat, the dramatic sword throw, the teamwork with the rope — he’s Jack’s protégé whether he likes it or not) And for a while I thought the same thing about Elizabeth, only then I realised: she didn’t learn piracy from Jack. She learnt it from Barbossa.
She’s always been more ruthless than Will, more efficient, more fierce. Most of the first film, she spent with Barbossa, and she knew he was dangerous. She was exasperated with Jack and underwhelmed by him when they were marooned, and came up with her own plan, completely without his help. She schemes and lies and plays it smart, she’s proud and dignified and she knows it.
If Will was Jack’s unwitting protégé, Barbossa was Elizabeth’s unwitting mentor.
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flixls · 6 months ago
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keira knightley must feel so powerful hitching up her long gowns as she runs in period dramas i just know she does
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lady-arryn · 5 months ago
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Elizabeth Swann + Will Turner PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN TRILOGY (2003-2007) dir. Gore Verbinsky
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bob-belcher · a month ago
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Keep a weather eye on the horizon.
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frodo-sam · 2 months ago
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This girl… how far are you willing to go to save her? I’d die for her.
ELIZABETH SWANN and WILL TURNER (requested by anonymous).
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