How Outer Banks season 4 can delve into Edward Teach’s treasure
Outer Banks Season 4 Content: What to Expect
This season, Outer Banks not only solved his mysteries, but strengthened several relationships. While John B and Sarah were obviously endgame from day one, their relationship hasn’t been without its challenges. Topper got in the way a bit and could be a bigger problem in Season 4. Kiara and JJ admitted their feelings for each other after Ki’s family made several attempts to keep her away from the Pogues and JJ. While her parents may be proud of her for El Dorado, there may be a lot more conflict ahead when it comes to her relationship with JJ. Pope and Cleo bonded and broke up “No Love Club” to get together. But with Pope going to school, their young romance could be put to the test.
While it’s not clear how much gold the Pogues have kept for themselves, we do know they’ve secured enough cash to set up their future in a variety of ways. Kiara saves sea turtles, JJ owns a charter boat, Sarah and John B own a surf shop, and Pope goes to school – presumably out of pocket for missing out on scholarships. The potential for a new grand adventure could change the Pogue’s plans and convince Pope and Kiara to stick with it, but the show has given several characters endings, meaning Season 4 could shake up the cast — eh, for now Protocol, we hope they won’t.
Now that we’ve solved the central mystery surrounding the Royal Merchant and Denmark Tanny, and integrated real-world treasure lore, Outer Banks has opened the door to another epic adventure. After being celebrated 18 months after the adventure for discovering the golden city of El Dorado, the Pogues are approached by a gentleman who wants the Pogues to help him on his own treasure hunt. He asks her to look at an old captain’s log belonging to Edward Teach, better known as the infamous pirate Blackbeard.
Blackbeard: Who is the real Edward Teach?
The real Edward Teach was an early 18th-century English pirate operating in and around the Caribbean. He became known as Blackbeard due to his eponymous black beard and overall intimidating physical presence. Blackbeard commanded his flagship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge, along with the enemy Stede Bonnet – as recorded in the Chronicle Ahistorical comedy Our flag means death. In 1718, Teach ran Queen Anne’s Revenge aground near present-day Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina, placing it right in the Pogues’ backyard in fictional Kildare.
Outer Banks has always used true history as a starting point for his storytelling, even if it ultimately functions as a sort of alternate history for the show’s canon. Denmark Tanny is loosely inspired by Denmark Vesey. A real ship called the Merchant Royal was lost at sea in England in the mid-16th century, carrying over 1.5 billion gold and other precious metals. The golden city of El Dorado is a well-known myth that has spawned books, films, and games. In the story of the show, Teddy Roosevelt is terrible, terrible, not good, very bad Trip down the Brazilian Amazon was actually an expedition in search of the golden city; and one that brought Singh’s ancestors to America.
The introduction of Blackbeard as a mythological figure to ground the story gives Outer Banks the opportunity to expand its scope even further, taking the adventure to new and exciting places. Where Denmark Tanny and the Royal Merchant were more local myths, Blackbeard is a famous pirate known to laypeople and treasure hunters alike. Given the popularity of Blackbeard in general and the renewed attention to undiscovered treasure as a result of the El Dorado discovery, it is almost certain that there will be a great increase in interest in treasure hunting in general, and any purported treasure belonging to Blackbeard in particular.
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