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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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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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Civilization returns to Nassau; Flint, Silver and Billy meet a new enemy; Rackham takes a stand against his crew; Scott finds his place in the new regime.
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Silver is pushed to the limit by Flint; Nassau readies to fight back against an invasion; Rackham takes control while Max gets her house in order; Vane must make a difficult choice to avoid defeat.
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The Walrus crew is threatened by the elements; Teach and Rackham have a disagreement; Rogers and Eleanor set terms for their partnership; Bonny worries about her future with Max.
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Flint and his crew wage war against the world; Eleanor is offered clemency; Vane takes issue with Rackham's methods; one of Nassau's most notorious individuals returns.
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Flint receives aid from an unlikely ally; Vane's crew seeks a change; Silver makes a sacrifice.
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Flint and Miranda deal with their past; Bonny reveals her intents to Rackham; Vane claims a massive prize; Eleanor declares war.
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Flint and Miranda brace for the worst; Silver comes to a realization; Eleanor learns Max's secret; Vane makes his move.
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Max cleans up following a massacre; Flint and Silver receive surprising news from the outside world; Eleanor takes a daring risk; Bonny reaches a crossroads.
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Eleanor negotiates for peace; Rackham learns a lesson the hard way; Flint breaks a promise; Bonny loses control.
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Miranda tries to save the island; Eleanor opens old wounds; Rackham sniffs around a big secret; Vane deals with a problem.
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Vane is threatened by Flint; Eleanor picks a side; Rackham learns what Max can do; Silver rejoins an old friend.
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Flint returns to Nassau and encounters a dilemma; Eleanor turns to an unlikely source for help; Rackham works to restore his reputation; Vane gets an unexpected prize.
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Flint gives advice to Dufresne; Silver works to become indispensable; Eleanor is called upon to remove a captain from power; Rackham gets ambitious.
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Flint and Silver face judgment from the crew; Vane relishes his new position on the island; Max confronts Bonny; Eleanor contends with a new threat.
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The hunt for the Urca begins; things change for Eleanor; Bonny and Rackham are haunted by their past sins.
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Flint comes clean with Gates; Randall's actions cause problems for Silver; Eleanor suffers a loss; Max helps Rackham; Vane faces his biggest challenge.
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Chasing the Andromache is a pricey endeavor; Eleanor needs help from Silver; Billy believes Gates should confront Flint; Bonny takes a stand.
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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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