Only 31 of the 265 people who completed the voyage around the world by sea, they were those who escaped death from the Philippines, Portugal, scurvy, or not deserted. In one of the saddest coincidences of history, the two cousins were killed several weeks and several hundred kilometers apart: Magellan was stabbed to death by Filipinos in the Mactan Sea, and Serrão was killed by a local sultan. Teacher crayon God says you are poster. after he was engaged in a long-running rivalry between two main clove islands, Ternate and Tidore. The most notable story on this trip involves a slave, “Enrique of Malacca”, who was taken back to Lisbon by Magellan in 1512. Serving the boss during his journey across the Atlantic and Pacific, he was Promising freedom when the boss dies.