If you're going to have pirates, you need pirate captains.

Captain Morgan was really a privateer, as notes from the Captain Morgan rum company describe:

In 1654 a young Henry Morgan left his native Wales for the West Indies. He never looked back. A born leader, he quickly made Captain and became famous as a legal pirate or buccaneer, defending British interests and generally rocking the Caribbean.

His awesome exploits on the high seas earned him a knighthood and by 1680 Sir Henry Morgan was a plantation owner and Governor of Jamaica. There he lived out his final days until his death in 1688.

Centuries later he became the figurehead for a company that became as famous as the man himself... The Captain Morgan Rum Company.

If you do a little searching, you find that there are older drawings of Captain Morgan with green leggings and cape. Sometimes the lace is yellow, sometimes gold. The boots can be either brown or black.

I bought the Old Glory pack of pirate captains so there are plenty to choose from. None have a cape, but that's fine. Since he was active in the late 17th century, I'll go with a figure that has an older-style sword like the drawing--knowing that the whole get-up is more Hollywood than historical.

That's just perfect for Two Hour Wargames' Larger than Life.