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More of a Mascot (PotC/Sabrina; Jack, Barbossa, Salem; G) - [ potc100 ]
pirates of the caribbean drabble challenge

Pirates Sparrow & Turner posting in Pirates of the Caribbean Drabbles
User: potc100 (posted by orlidepp)
Date: 2012-08-18 21:30
Subject: More of a Mascot (PotC/Sabrina; Jack, Barbossa, Salem; G)
Security: Public
Tags:challenge: mascot, crossover, gen: jack sparrow, gen: salem saberhagen, rating: g/k
Working Title: More of a Mascot
Author: Pirate Turner
Fandoms: Pirates of the Caribbean/Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Characters: Captain Jack Sparrow, Barbossa, Salem Saberhagen
Rating: G
Challenge: Mascot
Summary:
Date Written: 14 August, 2012
Word Count: 300
Disclaimer: All characters within belong to Disney and any other rightful owners, none of whom are the author.


The Captain, his would-be successor, and all the Pirates astride the Pearl stared at the man who had come onto her bow untouched. The stranger's robes whirled around him like an omnipotent cloud. He held not a sword. He needed no weapon save the wand he clutched in one beefy hand. His eyes met the Captain's wide, kohl-rimmed orbs.

"Well?!" Jack snapped to his men. "What are ye waiting for?! Take him!"

Pintel and Ragetti muttered gibberish and started backing up. They had seen what the other Captain who flew under a strange, cat flag could do and wanted no part of his magic. Cotton's parrot squawked; the mute himself carefully made no movement. "Jack," Gibbs started, but Barbossa strode boldly forward.

"I told ye ye were Captainin' a bunch o' cowards, Jackie," the older Pirate snarled, his blackened teeth gleaming mysteriously in the mist-shrouded light. He drew his sword. "Now watch how a real Pirate fights."

He had drawn his blade first but had no chance to use it as, with a single swipe of his wand, the Sorcerer turned Captain Jack's greatest enemy, up until that point, into a mouse who squeaked and raced away to hide in the darkest corners of the ship. Jack's big, dark eyes darted calculatingly between the fleeing mouse and the Sorcerer who threatened them only because they'd been fool enough to attack his ship first. "He was more like a mascot, any way, but there's only one Wizard on the seas ye could be," Jack spoke, stepping before his men. "Captain Salem Saberhagen, it's a pleasure to meet ye, though I wish it were under better circumstances. Perhaps we can strike a deal?" He flashed his gold tooth as he bowed. A deal would be made; it would change Jack's life forever.

The End
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