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The pirates are here! by pif500

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

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Sure those pirates are in their element!

Pirates are raiding a village with only a very small defence army. Villagers are trying to escape from either pirates or sharks, the cannon is roaring, a house is set on fire and people are fighting everywhere!

Come and see The pirates are here! by pif500 in the forum!

36 Gun Frigate Achille by Perfectionist

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

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A beautiful and fast frigate.

EB-member Perfectionist pays honour to his name. His ship is indeed perfect, with a full interior and a modular deck and rigging. It has studding sails, wonderful headrails and an excellent stern. And to name a few impressive numbers:

  • It took some 13 months and 300 hours to build.
  • It contains about 5200 Lego pieces.
  • It took 1,5 m2 of linen and some 220m of 6different types of string to make her 32 sails.
  • Weight: 3,6 kg
  • Size: 76cm in height and 105cm in length

Want to see more?

Then be sure to visit the 36 Gun Frigate Achille by Perfectionist in the forum!

Guess who is in town tonight ? by 74louloute

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

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Watch out! The pirates are in town!

And another poor little village gets pillaged by a bunch of vicious pirates!  It sounds cruel but this MOC is really worth to take a look at.  It contains some very nice features, like stained glass windows, an interesting floor technique, and a good-looking tower. Another special feature is that it has only flesh coloured minifigs, while most MOC's still have yellow ones.

Check out Guess who is in town tonight? by 74louloute in the forum!

New Update on the Phantom by ZCerberus

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

The Phantom.

One of the greatest Ship-MOC'ers on the LEGO Pirates forum is EB-member ZCerberus. And he has posted a new update of his mammoth ship the Phantom. The stern of this ship has a wonderfoul combination of pearl gold with dark blue parts. The size is impressive, the colours are impressive, the amount of guns is impressive...what's not?

Hurry to the forum for the New Update on the Phantom by ZCerberus!

Port Stinemouth by kabel

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011
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A port with mysterious water...

Eurobricks member kabel has made a very nice port full of activity and with many great details. There's also an interesting story linked to the village: "Stinemouth is a peacefull coastal village at the mouth of the 'Stine' river, and until recently there wasn't much going on here. However, legend has it, that the water form the village's well contains the world's best drinking water, as it is said to cure and protect from scurvy and other typical sailors' diseases..."

To explore the village and read the full story, visit Port Stinemouth by kabel in the forum!

Happy New Year from!

Friday, December 31st, 2010

happy new year fireworks pirates bluecoats redcoatsWe, the crew of, wish everyone a happy new year! May 2011 for each of you be filled with LEGO, treasure, rum, happiness, and other nice things!

The LEGO Pirates Forum is on the third place of most popular Eurobricks forums. And in 2010, Eurobricks went from 3.399 to almost 13.000 members! is recieving over 17,000 unique vistiors per month. Enough reason to celebrate!

For best wishes, please use this topic.

HMS Hell Hound by TazManiac

Friday, December 31st, 2010
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The brig 'HMS Hell Hound'.

There it is! The finished product made by Eurobricks member TazManiac! The HMS Hell Hound: 9 guns, a very detailed interior and an exellent rigging. It also contains a clever new cannon design. A ship to love if you're an ally or a ship-fan, and one to fear if you're her enemy!

Check out the HMS Hell Hound by TazManiac in the forum!

The Old Lighthouse by pif500

Sunday, December 26th, 2010
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A peaceful MOC for Christmas.

The sea is smashing against the rocks, the boat is heaving on the waves and a lonely lighthouse keeper is checking out the weather. That's the scene Eurobricks member pif500 has made in an excellent way. It even has a lovely interior. But if you want to see that as well, you'll have to...

...check out The Old Lighthouse by pif500 in the forum!

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