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A prequel to the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel "Treasure Island," "Black Sails" is a pirate adventure that centers on the tales of Captain Flint, who has a reputation throughout the West Indies as being the most brilliant, most feared of all the Golden Age pirates. It's 1715, and as Flint fights for the survival of New Providence Island -- a debauched paradise teeming with pirates, prostitutes, thieves and fortune seekers -- in the wake of threats from British and Spanish forces, he aligns himself with Eleanor Guthrie, daughter of the local kingpin, to hunt the ultimate prize and ensure his people's survival. But standing in the way are rival captains, Eleanor's intrusive father, and perhaps the bigger obstacle of all: John Silver, a young, fast-talking, authority-flouting sailor recently added to Flint's crew.

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Flint and the Walrus crew play a chess match; Richard forces Eleanor's hand; Rackham makes a career change; Bonny confesses.
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Flint makes a final push to topple England; Silver seals his fate; Rackham confronts Rogers; Nassau is changed forever.
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Silver and his men hunt for Flint on Skeleton Island; Madi receives an offer; Rogers struggles to hear Eleanor; Billy casts his lot.
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A rescue plan threatens to divide Flint and Silver; the true price of freedom becomes apparent to Max; Rackham seeks his prey; the Walrus enters uncharted territory.
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Flint urges caution on an enraged Silver; Max leads Rackham and Bonny up river; Billy finds a survivor; Rogers discovers the truth.
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Nassau is delivered; Silver makes a painful amends; Madi and Flint are separated; Rogers searches for Eleanor.
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Silver takes Flint's life in his hands; Billy drives a wedge; Eleanor risks everything; Rogers makes a stunning appeal.
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Violence engulfs Nassau; Silver demands answers from Billy; Eleanor comes to Max's aid; Bonny and Rackham endure hell.
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Max runs afoul of the law; Rogers reckons with his past; Flint and Madi come to an understanding; Long John Silver returns.
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Flint gives in to Billy's authority; Eleanor has a plan for Rogers; Silver turns to an unlikely source for help; Max is put on notice.
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The invasion of Nassau meets with catastrophe; Teach and Rackham seek revenge for the death of Charles Vane; Eleanor adjusts to her new role.
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The Walrus crew suffers a disastrous undertaking; Flint receives a warning about Billy; Eleanor turns to her father for help; Vane is visited by a figure from his past.
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Flint and Gates seek additional help in their search for the Urca d'Lima; Silver and Billy tackle a morale problem; Eleanor is impressed by Vane; Gates is promoted.
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Flint reveals a thief on his crew; Silver and Max hide in a brothel; Eleanor faces a difficult choice.
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Pirate Capt. Flint faces a mutiny from his own crew; John Silver hides something of great value; Eleanor keeps order on New Providence as the Royal Navy grows stronger.
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Rogers and his forces seek out the pirates; Bonny and Rackham face impossible odds; Silver demands answers from Flint; Billy crowns a king.
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Eleanor risks everything to save Rogers; Billy looks for allies; Vane faces judgment; Flint and Silver ready for war.
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Rogers is attacked during the moving of a prisoner; violence breaks out on the Walrus; Silver and Madi are tested; Billy envisions a new role for himself in the coming battle.
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Flint and Silver's return to Nassau results in the birth of a legend; a change in terms jeopardizes Rackham and Bonny; Vane's mission evolves; Eleanor confides in Rogers.
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Flint and Teach clash over the future of piracy; Rogers makes an arrest; Rackham finds new purpose; Madi comes to Silver's aid.
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Silver pushes Flint to take action as certain death looms; Teach instructs Vane how to move forward; a new threat puts Eleanor and Rogers on notice; Max makes a move.

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