Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Plot
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Plot

Test your knowledge of the plot of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' with this quiz encompassing key events and character interactions in the movie.

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  • Captain Jack Sparrow owes his soul to the legendary Davy Jones, ghostly Ruler of the Ocean Depths.

  • To avoid servitude to Jones, Jack sets out to locate the Dead Man's Chest and the key that opens it.

  • Fate intervenes when Beckett arrives in Port Royal and arrests both Will and Elizabeth.

  • Jack's troubles include a blood debt to pay to Davy Jones and the Kraken, a monster that is coming for him.

  • Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann set out to find Jack and help him escape.

  • Jack finds his way to Isla de Pelegostos, where he is captured by the native Pelegostos.

  • Will is taken to a mountaintop village, where he finds Captain Jack Sparrow.

  • Sparrow does nothing to help Will, but he does give him a compass.

  • Will escapes and returns to Port Royal, where he and Elizabeth are pardoned.

  • A prison break has occurred and now Pintel and Ragetti are making their way to Pelegosto Island with the Prison Dog.

  • Meanwhile, Will Turner is being held inside one of two bone cages suspended over a ravine, along with the surviving crew of the Pearl.

  • Gibbs informs him that the Pelegostos believe Jack is a god in human form, and intend to free his divine spirit by roasting and eating his "fleshy prison".

  • The crew attempts to swing their cages across the chasm to climb up the other side. However, Leech spurs his crewers on to compete with Will and the others, and in their haste, tumble from the side of the cliff and plummet into the ravine. This draws the attention of a sentry, who runs to warn the villagers.

  • The sentry inadvertantly buys Jack some time, as his arrival coincides with the Pelegostos' attempt to roast Jack alive. He escapes while the villagers race to kill their prisoners, but meets further resistance as he makes his way through the village.

  • As Will and the crew roll through the jungle, still trapped inside their cage, Jack falls into a ravine, though his fall is broken by the pole he is tied to, and a series of wooden bridges.

  • The crew makes it back to the Pearl just as Pintel and Ragetti, recently escaped from jail with help from the Prison Dog, are attempting to commandeer the ship.

  • Jack himself arrives, pursued by the entire Pelegostos tribe, though manages to board the ship before they can catch him.

  • Instead, their attention is drawn by the dog, who runs off into the jungle, chased by the natives.

  • A Touch of Destiny[]

  • The Pearl sets sail for the Flying Dutchman, led by Will Turner.

  • Bargain with Jones[]

  • Will Turner volunteers to head over to what he believes is the Dutchman and negotiate for Jack's soul. However, he is unaware that the wrecked ship he boards is not Jones' ship, which bursts out of the water in front of him as Will explores the vessel.

  • He is surrounded by Jones' crew, and is captured.

  • Jack Sparrow is captain of the Black Pearl and is in debt to Davy Jones.

  • Jones uses his supernatural power to bring himself, his crew, and the Black Pearl aboard the Pearl.

  • Jones removes the Black Spot, and Jack immediately heads for Tortuga to harvest the souls.

  • Elizabeth is also on her way to Tortuga, after again using the Edinburgh crew's superstitions against them.

  • Gibbs recruited sailors to sail aboard the Pearl—and ultimately to be handed over to Jones—though manages only to recruit four.

  • The fifth reveals himself as now-former commodore, James Norrington, having been disgraced after piloting his ship into a hurricane while pursuing Jack and the Black Pearl.

  • Elizabeth knocks Norrington unconscious before he can do any more damage, and he is thrown into the pigsty.

  • Mercer watches these proceedings, and later offers Norrington a deal on behalf of Lord Beckett.

  • On the Flying Dutchman, Will meets his father, and they both play Davy Jones at Liar's Dice in an attempt to win the key.

  • They lose, but Will later steals it and rows to a ship (the Edinburgh Trader).

  • Davy Jones realizes this means that Jack is after his heart.

  • He catches the Edinburgh Trader and summons the Kraken which destroys the ship and kills all aboard (except for Will, who escapes), while Davy Jones sets sail for the island the heart is buried on.

  • Jack abandons his ship in order to save Elizabeth and the others on board, but is ultimately killed by the Kraken.

  • Elizabeth kisses Jack, causing Will to see the kiss and be hurt.

  • Jack is chained to the mast and the crew escapes in lifeboats.

  • Jack manages to slip out of his shackles just as the Kraken appears and traps him.

  • Davy Jones realizes that something is not right and asks to see the "chest".

  • Jack is killed by Davy Jones after he realizes the heart he thought he had was actually taken by the Kraken.

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