Perhaps the worst of all, though that is debatable. As cold blooded as Flint as sadistic as Lowe and more frightening then Blackbeard. Jhanos is widely regarded as the smartest most cunning and experienced of the pirate captains.
Jhanos has been operating in the Caribbean, with side trips to Madagascar and beyond, longer then any other pirate alive. Rumors and tales of his career, and death, date back to Henry Morgan and the Buccaneers of the Brethren Coast. Legend says that he sailed with Largo and in 69, as Largo's first mate, Jhanos participated in Morgan's raid on the Maracaibo lagoon. He was present at the sack of Maracaibo and the brutal rape of Gibraltar. During the battle to get clear of the lagoon, Jhanos captained the fire ship that sailed against the Spanish galleon, 'Magdelena' and such was his prowess that Morgan and the other Captains voted to give him his own ship from the pick of the next lot captured.
In 1670, Captain Jharnos and his sloop “Needle” sailed with Morgan on the star crossed Panama raid. Like many of the thirty five captains who sailed with Morgan, Jharnos was infuriated by the poor take, despite the gruelling ordeal and pitched battles. When Morgan deserted the other Captains, leaving them to explain the measly take to their crews, Jharnos felt betrayed and forever after cursed Morgan's name.
Jhanos is rumored to have spent years living with the Boccurs of Jamaica and Hispaniola, sometimes disappearing into the jungles for a decade or more. In 73 he abandoned the Needle to his crew and waded ashore on Hispaniola to vanish again into the mountains in his dark quest for knowledge. Rumor has it that he has learned more of the Art of Vodoun then any other European ever.
resurfaced in 84, and fought a storied duel with seven French
buccaneers in the streets of Tortuga. Legend says he killed five before
the sixth grappled him to the
ground and the seventh cut off his head. Then, in 86, or so the story
Port Royal, Jhanos stalked into the tavern where the two surviving
buccaneers were drinking. The frightened men gibbered in horror as
the 'Dead' Captain Jhanos, with a bright red scar around his neck, drew
his sword and slashed them each through the heart.
Sceptics doubt that the Captain
of today and the one from the tales are the same person. They
speculate that another man, another pirate, has assumed the old
Jhanos' identity for the dread and prestige that go with the name. Were
he the original Captain Jhanos he would be at least seventy
years old, whereas the current Jhanos can't be more then forty.
These same sceptics laugh at the tales of Zombies and Duppies as well.
addition to the Razza Moon, Jhanos has command of two schooners that
sail under his colors. They have their own Captains but they obey
Jhanos and give a percentage of their take to him.
Razza Moon (50 guns 172 total crew)
Key crew members of the Razza Moon
Karl Hume, Quarter Master Drew Sinclair, Gunner
Warren Longwood, carpenter Bhenga and Mhmbokka, The 'Twins' Twin brothers and escaped slaves
Hachirou, Ronin Samurai, Jhanos' bodyguard Bran McCraw, bosun
Peter Oley Alan March
Seth Gilbert Kyle Roberts
There are 160
other pirates in the Razza Moon's crew
Schooner Brideshead (28 guns 68 total crew)
Curt Ulver, Captain Brideshead Nathan Young, bosun
George Trachen, gunner Evan Heart, carpenter
There are 64
other pirates in the Brideshead's crew
Schooner Starbuck (34 guns 74 total crew)
Andrew Durring, Captain Starbuck Peter Grey, bosun
Ethan Zook, gunner Joseph Zook, carpenter
There are 70
other pirates in the Starbuck's crew