|Glaucen Blua-Berd Caeruleus|
|Title||Captain Bluebeard, Pirate Lord of the Bluesea System|
|Faction||Leader of The Bluesea Pirate Armada and one of the Leaders of The Colour Constellation|
|Description||Greedy, Wealthy, Notoriously Crazy, Cunning|
|Skills and Abilities||Naturally Amphibious, Space/Traditional Pirate Paraphernalia, Organic/Skeletron Drone Series Crew, Bluesea Comet Spaceship|
|Status||Still at Large|
Captain Glaucen Blua-Berd Caeruleus, AKA Captain Bluebeard, is an Alternate UUniversal Homocephalus from Planet Bluesea Prime. He is a blue hominid octopus and the same species as Celsius, yet is a different breed, who claims himself as 'the pirate lord of the planet, nay the system', along with his motely crew, the Bluesea Pirate Armada, which consists of Shnakkers (Amphibious shark beings). Being a former friend of the planet's Cirion president President Blurst B. Seabest, he betrayed him and took off with his entire wealth, thus while earning him a wanted reputation worth millions, he eventually became known as one of the many crime bosses of the Colour Constellation. However, everything changed when the Villains Act attacked the constellation, and after they usurped Bluesea and seemingly killed him, he had enough care in his old friend left to avenge him by chasing away the VA, but because the society was too damaged by the VA's attacks, he and his crew had to rule in place of a legitimate government, and like all the other big crime bosses of the Constellation, he decided to let the society repair itself until it's safe to restore peace and order once again. However, this ended up getting attention from people who wish to bring law and order to the constellation systems once again on the precautions that they want to prevent another Villains Act return. Thus, while his Kepellan friend and ex-girlfriend Madame President Bella Bluxsom would serve as second-in-command of the Bluesea System, a Jeuxan named Admiral Necho Teal would end up running the oppressive lawgiving organization known as the Teal Navy. To this day, this problem remains as it is, and desperately needs help.