"Oi Roxxi!" Jack shouted, pulling on his black leather jacket. "I'm gonna go out real quick!"

Roxxi walked out of the music room. "Hang on Jack!" She said, holding a sheet of paper. "Could you read this real quick? I just wrote it last night in my room."

Jack smiled, taking off his jacket. "Let's see this then." He said, walking into the music room.


After two hours of Jack playing the guitar and Roxxi singing her new song, which she titled 'I Don't Care', Jack sighed. "Can we take a break? We really need some juice for the house."

Roxxi nodded. "Good idea." She said, before following Jack to the door. "Just let me get my-"

"Roxxi, you look tired. Get some sleep." Jack said. "The store's only five minutes away, I'll be right back." He kissed her. "I love you." He kissed her again, before walking out the door. Roxxi watched Jack, through a window, as he walked down the street until she couldn't see him anymore...

Half an hour later...

Roxxi was still standing by the window when she heard the phone ring. "Hello?"

"Hey Roxxi!" Cameron said.

Roxxi rolled her eyes. A week after Jack arrived, he became friends with Cameron and Dylan. They had actually helped Jack pick out a suit, though Roxxi was sure that the carriage and necklace were all Jack's idea. "Sorry, Jack's not here right-"

"I know." Cameron said. "Roxxi, Jack got hit by a car. We're just down the street from your house. Me and Dylan were just walking to the store when we saw Jack-"

Roxxi dropped the phone in shock. Then she grabbed her jacket and ran out of the house. 'No, no, no! There's no way that happened! He said that he'd be right back!' She thought, just as she saw a group of people. Roxxi pushed her way through the crowd, and her heart sank. Jack was on the ground, with Cameron holding a tee shirt to his chest. "Jack!" Roxxi sat down next to him, holding his hand. Just then, an ambulance arrived...


An hour later...

Roxxi was sitting in the waiting room of the hospital, fidgeting with the sparrow pendent of her necklace, when a nurse walked in. "Roxxi, Jack wants to see you."

Roxxi jumped up, smiling, as a nurse lead her to room 664. "Roxxi!" Jack said, smiling.

Roxxi sat down on the chair next to his bed. "I was worried about you!" She said, grabbing Jack's hand.

"I'm fine." Jack said, even though he didn't look fine at all.

"Promise me you'll never do that-"

"I promise I'll never do that again." Jack said, smirking, before he kissed her. Roxxi kissed him back. Suddenly, he collapsed onto the bed, and all Roxxi could hear was a single long beep. She got up and ran out to the hallway to get the nurse, who got a doctor before ushering Roxxi back into the waiting room...

"What do I do?" Roxxi asked herself out loud, burying her face in her hands...

"Send him back."

Roxxi looked up, and her jaw dropped. Standing in front of her was a woman who looked exactly like her. This woman was wearing a white collared shirt with short black sleeves, a black mini skirt, a light blue sash, and knee high black boots. "Who are you?" Roxxi asked.

"I'm Captain Roxxi." The woman said. "Though that's not important right now. Roxxi, you need to send Jack back."

"Send him back?" Roxxi asked, confused. "Send him back to where?"

"The 18th century. His time period. Our time period." Captain Roxxi said. "I would've sent him back myself, but your connection to him is too strong. Now, I'm forced to do something I never thought I would have to do. I want you to break your connection to him. That way, I can send him back."

"How?"

Captain Roxxi sighed, before pulling a golden knife from her sash. "The only way to do it now is to stab him in the heart." She said, handing Roxxi the knife. "If you don't do it soon, the world will be changed forever..."

Suddenly, Roxxi was alone again. She looked around, wondering where Captain Roxxi could have gone. After seeing no traces of the older woman, she started wondering if she had just been daydreaming.

That is, until Roxxi's hand landed on the golden knife...

"Roxxi?" A nurse called. "You can go back into the room now."

An hour later...

Roxxi was sitting in the chair next to Jack's bed, watching him. 'What did she mean that 'the world will be changed forever'?' She thought, holding the knife in her pocket. 'So, Jack's really from the 18th century. That would explain a lot.' She looked down at her feet, noticing something...

She could see straight through her feet!

Roxxi could still feel her feet, but she couldn't see them at all. That's when everything made sense. If she didn't stab Jack, she'll vanish...

"Roxxi?" Roxxi turned around and saw Jack looking at her, confused. "Luv, where'd your feet go?"

Roxxi sighed sadly. "I'd might as well tell you." She said, before explaining to him her encounter with Captain Roxxi, finishing with showing him the knife...

"So, in other words, if you don't stab me, you're going to vanish." Jack said, more as a statement than as a question. Roxxi nodded, causing Jack to grab her hand. "Then what are you waiting for?"

"Jack, I just can't." Roxxi said, nearly in tears. "I know I'll vanish if I don't, but I just can't let you go! I love you!"

"Darling, I love you too." Jack said, before leaning closer to her. "But I'm not going to let you vanish." He kissed her, and lifted her hand at the same time...

When Roxxi opened her eyes, she realized that she had stabbed Jack. "Oh my God! Jack, why?"

Jack smirked as he started to fade away, literally. "Everything I do, I do it for you, Luv." Then he vanished completely...


About two weeks later...

It was Roxxi's first day back in school since Jack's accident. She was just sitting down at her desk when the door opened. "Roxxi, the principal would like to see you."

Pretty soon, Roxxi was in the principal's office. It was a large, dimly lit room, and it reminded Roxxi of a cave. The room's only source of light were the candles sitting on the desk. In the middle of the desk was a large book, titled 'Pirata Codex'. Roxxi noticed the principal was sitting in the chair, facing away from the door. "You wanted to see me sir?"

"Life's an interesting little thing, is it not?" He said, turning around to face Roxxi.

Roxxi's jaw dropped. The principal looked exactly like Jack, only much older. "Jack?"

The principal shook his head, smirking. "No, I'm not him. Jack, or rather Captain Jack Sparrow, was my son."

"So...you're Edward Teague. Keeper of the Pirate Code."

"Which you see before you." Teague said, gesturing towards the huge book on his desk. "Oh, Jackie wanted you to have this." He handed Roxxi a journal.

"Excuse me, but why are you talking about Jack in past tense?"

"Cause Jackie died a long time ago." Teague said. "He and his wife were shot down by the Royal Navy in...I wanna say 1740. Oh, and his wife, who had the same name as you, wanted you to have this." Teague handed Roxxi a box. "Now I'm thinking you should go home for today, you look pale."

"How are you still-"

"Fountain of Youth Dearie." Teague said, smirking. "You're dismissed."


Back in Roxxi's bedroom...

Roxxi threw her stuff aside, before placing the box on top of the pile of books on her dresser. That set the whole stack off balance and everything fell to the floor. Roxxi sighed, before bending down to pick up the books, noticing that one of them had opened up to an interesting page. It was a book about pirates, and the page had a picture of Jack...

After closing the book, Roxxi walked over to her school bag and pulled out the journal. Written in the journal, in oddly familiar handwriting, was a song. Roxxi smiled, reading the words to the song, which Jack had titled 'Stand Out'. The next few pages were recipes, one page had the music for 'Spanish Ladies', and the last few pages were drawings of constellations. Jack had written a note on the last page...

'There, I've shown them to you.'

Roxxi smiled, before noticing that a page was missing from the recipes section. Then she realized something. Just to be sure, she grabbed the sheet of paper with the recipe she used the other day from the kitchen and lined it up with what was left of the torn page...

It was a perfect fit.

Roxxi looked down at the box that Jack's wife had left for her. She walked over and picked up the box. She slowly lifted the lid to the box and gasped. Inside were the five missing necklaces and the bracelet, along with a note, written in hard-to-read handwriting...

'Roxxi

Yes, these are the five necklaces and the bracelet that went missing. I know because I hid them. I'm sorry that I told you to stab Jack, and I understood why you hesitated. I would've too. I'm sure you're curious as to how Teague is still alive, even though he's been around since, well the 17th century. I told him how to find the Fountain of Youth, before I was killed.

The reason why I wrote this letter is to explain to you something very important. The reason why you started vanishing is because you're one of mine and Jack's decedents. If you had let Jack die, then that would have altered time, and you would've never had been born. Though, it's rare for one to look exactly like their ancestor...

-Captain Roxxi Sparrow

P.S. Be careful with the necklaces! They don't only symbolize parts of nature, they control it.'

Then, in Jack's handwriting:

'I'll be watch over you.'

Roxxi wiped the tears from her eyes, looking up at the sky with a smile on her face. "I'll always love you, Jack."

A few months later, the Bratz Rock Angelz first album came out. Roxxi smiled, looking at the cd booklet. Track 3 was 'I Don't Care' and track 11 was 'Stand Out'. "It's perfect."

Roxxi could've sworn that she could see Jack's reflection in the mirror in front of her. In the mirror, he stood behind her, smirking. Watching over her...


The other reason for writing this fanfic was the car accident scene. Just about a week before I started working on this fanfic, I had a dream about that scene from when Roxxi visited Jack to just after Captain Roxxi vanished...

By the way, Captain Roxxi is the Roxxi from my other fanfics. I just called her Captain Roxxi so that this fanfic was easior to read...

Teague...I just added him because I love writing about him...he's fun to write about...