Disclaimer - (Cause fanfiction is tricky ground and I hope not to offend the creator of the original story and get sued)
This is a fanfiction, a work of fiction. It is an unofficial, non-canon alternate story based on Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean". Most of the media - such as the images and video's used in this fanfiction - are from the world wide web. Thus, most of them aren't mine (because I really, really can't draw) unless mentioned. To fit the story, images are also edited by a photo editor, hair colour changer, or other several apps or programs. So they aren't mine, just edited.
Elle Phantomhive is played by Adelaide Kane
Young Edward Teague is played by Tom Ellis (but for the sake of the story - just imagine him with longer hair.)
If you would like to use any of my idea's please contact me via, Email, Comments, or Messages. Please do not use any of my idea's or characters without my permission. And if I do not respond- that's on me - and you can feel free to use the ideas. Just please remember to credit me and my story
Have ever wondered, who was Jack's mother? How did her and Teague ever meet? And what if she was a part of the Pirates of the Caribbean story? Well… here's your chance to find out.
"Parlay! I call parlay!" I gasped, adrenaline flowing through my body, causing my heart to beat like a hummingbird's wings.
"What on earth is Parley?!" A pirate asked, ponting the barrel of his gun into the air.
"The term written as "parlay" on the Pirata Codex was known as a right in the Code of the Pirate Brethren, set down by Morgan and Bartholomew, that allowed any person to invoke temporary protection and brought before the captain to "negotiate" without being attacked until the parley is complete." I answered, causing a certain pirate to raise an eyebrow, impressed, from behind me.
"Take me to your captain. That is a part of your code."
"Who cares about the codes. Their pirates Elle! They don't follow any codes-" But before the nobleman could continue speaking, he was shot in the chest.
"The code. Is the law." a baritone voice rang out, causing a pleasurable shiver to run down my spine.