Captain Ernst was the scourge of the seas during the years of 1630 to 1631 in the 17th century. he was known as the captain of the

black pearl and he was the most murderous pirate of all time

From his ship the Black Pearl, he haunted the seas and anything that moved there, He is always looking for more riches and power. He sails across  the waves and will stop at nothing to try and gain the head of every female celebirty in the world. he is the worst of all pirates who have ravaged the Seven Seas. For nearly one hundred years, he decapitated girls even princesses and took their heads aboard his ship. Many tried to stop him, but no one succeeded. Rumor has it that when all hope seems to be lost, it gets worse, the sky turns black and the moon covers the sun - something that only happens once every hundred years. Then a ship will appear when it appears all hope is gone. The legend has it that if you see a ship with black tattered sails you're doomed

Rumor also has it that he even sailed to an island full of princesses and attacked it only to get their heads, killing their queen and leaving the princess island in ruins

He was feared throughout the Caribbean even by the Brethren Court itself, few made it out alive after encountering the fearsome pirate, and anyone who engaged him in battle has met their untimely death.

some has even said he's been spotted raiding the tombs of the wives of King Henry VIII just to get his hands on the head of Anne Boleyn. which got him the attention of the royal navy.

his bounty is currently: 10000000.0000000.0000000.000000 for his death and 500.000 for his capture

but the bounty for his death and the retreval of queen anne bolyn's head is: 6000.

and for his capture+ retreval of the head of Anne Boleyn: 900.000



The Battle of Khael Roa was the battle where Captain Ernst met his end. The battle took place outside the island of Khael Roa where the cruel undead pirates of Captain Ernst's crew was waiting for Nathaniel Hawk.

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