4. Davy Jones and Tia Dalma/Calypso
Will Turner: "pretendedme" Davy and Tia Dalma's story is one full of betrayal and heartache. When Davy Jones was normal sailor he fell in love with the sea Goddess Calypso. She gave him the task of ferrying the souls of sailors lost at sea from this world to the next. He had to remain at sea for ten years before he could step foot on land to reunite with his love. When his ten years was up he returned only to find Calypso long gone. His anger was so great that he helped the first Brethren Court to capture Calypso and trap her in a human form. After this their love was pretty much over, and Davy took his ship the Flying Dutchmen that Calypso had given him to preform his duty and used it to build a crew of sailors bound for 100 years of service on his ship. Calypso obviously was not pleased with Davy's actions and when they eventually reunited nothing polite was said. In the end Davy was never able to forgive Calypso and died with a broken heart. Tia Dalma was eventually released by the Brethren Court, and helped the Court in their battle against the EITC.
3. Philip Swift and Syrena
2. Will and Elizabeth
Weatherby: "So, this is the path you've chosen, is it? After all, he is a blacksmith." " Will and Elizabeth's romance has been one of the cutest to track because it spans over the first three movies. Will's always had a thing for Elizabeth since they met as kids. Elizabeth seems to have a slight interest in him too. However, people don't really realize what they have until it's gone. Once Elizabeth is taken off by pirates, he realizes how desperately he loves her and needs her back. Once they've been reunited, Will trades his blood for Elizabeth's safety. This reminds Elizabeth how much she needs Will in her life, so she goes through great measures to save him, even promising herself to Commodore Norrington. Once they are all safe, Will's feelings deepen when he finds out of Elizabeth's engagement to the officer. So once their back at Port Royal, Will can't keep his feelings in any longer so he tells Elizabeth how he really feels. Norrington understands and the two become engaged. Through the next movie and a half, they have a lot of issues in their relationship, but in the end they make it to the alter, kinda. It's more like the deck of a ship but it's romantic none the less.
1. Jack Sparrow and Angelica
Angelica: "" Jack is a player lets face it. He met Angelica while he was drunk. And things got a bit frisky. In the morning Angelica was on a boat bound for who knows where and Jack was still drunk. They reunited when Angelica began her journey to the Fountain of Youth. She needed Jack help to save her "father's" life, but she feared Jack wouldn't come willingly so after escaping the band of soldeirs sent to arrest Jack she drugged him and set sail for the said fountain. Jack of course wasn't very pleased with Angelica but things smoothed out eventually after some heated arguments a plan was made. In the end Jack brought Angelica to the fountain but ended up killing her "father" and that pretty much ended the romance. Jack stranded her on an island and even after some lies about pregnancy he sailed off into the sunset leaving Angelica to fend for herself. Moral of this story: true love hurts, thank goodness for voodoo dolls.