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On offer is the rare 1723: Castle / Pirates Value Pack in preloved condition. It was only released in Northern America and contains both 1795 Imperial Cannon and 1794 Dragon Master Chariot.
So how do you win 1723: Castle / Pirates Value Pack? Rush to this thread in LEGO Pirate Forum and write a paragraph explaining why you deserve to win this set.
You'll also need to quote the magic word which is the type of fish pictured below...
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Kris Kelvin has packed in incredible detail - but it's the brick and woodwork that really turn the heads.
Look what we've found! 62 Imperial Guards/Soldiers on eBay with 6266 Cannon Cove and 6265 Saber Island thrown in for good measure! A rather sizeable army indeed!
It seems almost everyone wants to build a bigger army so auctions like this really help - if you can win them of course.
SlyOwl has already kicked off proceedings with his "The beacons! The beacons are lit!" which depicts utter chaos, this as one would expect, is the result of pirates pillaging a village. Use this creation as an inspiration for mayhem when you set about building your own entry.
Now rush to the LEGO Pirate Forum and discuss his chaotic entry before it burns
to the ground! It's certainly receiving rave reviews!
The Armadarctic went terribly off course back in 1588...
That masterful MOCer SlyOwl brings us yet another a grisley yet fascinating MOC utilising his superior building skills.
Discuss the fate of the Armadarctic in the LEGO Pirates Forum