The water is salty now, we must be heading back out to sea
God's pretty cool
We'll get to the spices, but we need to convert some islanders first
Magellan was an excellent navigator. This was shown when he tasted seawater to detect where he was in relation to land. "Magellan even relied on the taste of seawater to guide the fleet."
Magellan's moral standpoint was proved when he attempted to convert locals on the island of Cebu to Catholicism. This shows how much of a religious and upstanding man he was, however, his later actions of threatening natives was immoral. "...he stopped in the Philippines, where he decided God had an additional purpose for him."
Magellan, initially, was incredibly focused on his task, but eventually was led astray when he attempted to convert natives. "Magellan's main goal was to reach the spice islands. However, while crossing the Pacific, he stopped in the Philippines..."