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Jack had few worldly possessions, and even these were stolen on the island.
Jack was determined to follow in Teague's footsteps and become a captain of a ship, rather than just some ordinary pirate like the majority of his relatives (explaining his insistence on being referred to as "Captain" well into adulthood).Despite his dishonesty and many deceptions, Jack Sparrow did embark on a number of grand and thrilling adventures, some involving the supernatural, pirate lore, magic, and journeys in discovering hidden treasures.Indeed, Jack's ultimate ambition was to have the freedom to sail the seas as a legendary pirate for eternity.After striking a bargain with Davy Jones, the ghostly captain of the Flying Dutchman, to resurrect his beloved vessel, Jack had the Wench renamed the Black Pearl and began the pirate life anew.At some point, Jack Sparrow became one of the nine Pirate Lords, his domain being the Caribbean Sea.As a young pirate he earned the name Jack Sparrow when he trapped the notorious Spanish pirate hunter Capitán Salazar in the Devil's Triangle.
Years after his teenage adventures, an encounter with the infamous rogue pirates forced him to abandon the pirate life and take employment in the East India Trading Company.
When Beckett contracted him to transport a cargo of slaves to the Bahamas, Jack chose to liberate them and steal the Wench from Beckett.
However, Beckett's men managed to find him and branded him as a pirate, while the Wench was set aflame and sunk.
Jack grew up in a tumultuous household full of outlaws at Shipwreck Cove.
He spent most of his youth unsure whether Edward Teague was really his parent, frequently referring to him as "The-Man-Who-Might-Be-Father".
After five years of faithful service, during which he sailed across all the Seven Seas, he was given command of the Wicked Wench, a ship owned by Cutler Beckett, the EITC Director for West Africa.