Philip Swift is an Pirates of the Caribbean minifigure that appears in the 2011 set, 4194 Whitecap Bay. He also appears in LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game, and is unlockable after the second level of On Stranger Tides is completed but is unlocked after the final mission of On Stranger Tides in the Nintendo DS version. He has a double-sided head, the other side showing an angry expression.
Philip Swift was introduced in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
Philip Swift is a young and stalwart missionary. He is one of many people who were involved in the quest for the Fountain of Youth. Not much is known about Philip's early life. At some point in his life, Philip became a missionary. He was later captured by Blackbeard and held captive aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge as a slave during the journey for the Fountain of Youth and was later freed by Jack Sparrow. At some point during the search, Philip falls deeply in love with a young mermaid named Syrena.
- Despite having a cross necklace in the official LEGO shop rendering, the final torso print for Philip does not have the cross necklace.
- In LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game he has the ability to sing while in the movie he does not.
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Philip Swift is a young missionary minifigure, taken prisoner and forced to join the dangerous quest to find the Fountain of Youth. As a kind and noble member of Blackbeard’s pirate crew, Philip follows his fellow adventurers to Whitecap Bay. He may lack the tough bricks of his new friends, but his good deeds and big plastic heart may be their key to finding the springs of eternity.