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Blimey, Pirates! by NewRight

Monday, September 20th, 2010
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You must be a very brave pirate if you want to attack this fort!

Redcoats, Bluecoats, pirates, a boat, a statue, a wall full of cannons, tropical trees, a monkey, special rifles, and a pirate shooting sideways in a very clever way. It's all there in NewRight's latest MOC "Blimey, Pirates!

Check out Blimey, Pirates by NewRight in the forum!

Fort McHenry by Blake Baer

Saturday, September 18th, 2010
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Not only a fort, but also a big ship!

Now and then Eurobricks gets a new member who immediately impresses everyone on the forum. Blake Baer is one of them. His first post on is a wonderful MOC full of action and the fort is excellent as well.

Find out more about Fort McHenry by Blake Baer in the forum!

Barracuda Harvest Moon by CCOOK

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
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These pirates are always ready to board any enemy ship!

Tiled decks, a retractable plank, a very detailed captain's cabin, a high playability level, a great colourscheme and only real Lego sails. These are some points that make this a very good Lego ship. To see more of her fine details, you may want to take a look in the Pirates Forum.

Hurry to the Barracuda Harvest Moon by CCOOK in the forum!

(page 2 is the final design)

Things aren’t what they seem by Oky Wan Kenobi

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

These redcoats seem to have found their favourite type of food.

What is the brown stuff those redcoats are eating? Could it have something to do with rats? It probably does because it's an entry for the Rat Award! Oky Wan has made both a very funny and a very disgusting entry, certainly worth to take a look at!

Check out Things aren't what they seem by Oky Wan Kenobi in the forum!

112 Demi-Brigade of 1794 by Michaelozzie

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Although it was a French army, it was filled mainly with Belgians.

After all the well-suited armies standing perfect in line and shooting at the same time, Michaelozzie has now made an army with a far more ragged look and formed out of volunteers. Usually you can guess what the rest of an army looks like by viewing only 3 soldiers. This time, almost every soldier is unique which makes the army very interesting to take a look at.

Check out the 112 Demi-Brigade of 1794 by Michaelozzie in the forum!

4 new MLCAD Ship WIPs by Eddy Redbeart

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

It's only a WIP, but already a very good-looking ship.

Except for the fact that you have (almost) all the bricks, working with MLCad and LDD is usually more difficult than building with real bricks. Therefore it's always impressive to see some good ship MOC's made with one of those programs. Eddy Redbeart has made 4 stunning ships with great colourschemes and a perfect shape. From a small pirate galleon to an Imperial flagship, he's made some good stuff for everyone.

Check out 4 new MLCAD Ship WIPs by Eddy Redbeart in the forum!

Imperial ship Adrianna by mvelic

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Take a look at this magnificent vessel!

How better to introduce yourself on our forum than with a big imperial three-masted ship with an impressive broadside? Mvelic did just that. And the ship is very modular so you can take a look inside every tiny corner of it. This ship has everything, from a large captain's cabin to a room full of weapons and ammunition. You can see crewmembers everywhere, busy with their day-to-day life, so you really have the feeling of going back in time.

Take a look at the Imperial ship Adrianna by mvelic in the LEGO MOC's forum!

ToRII: Redcoats are SO childish…by General Armendariz

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Childish tricks for sure. But a beard at this age!

Young Joey Lock and Commodore Hornbricker are doing some very childish tricks. Onfortunately for them, General Armendariz knows were they live...He takes his revenge in a very cruel way! Although Armendariz made this comic in a bit of a hurry, it will certainly give you a good laugh (that is, if you're not a Redcoat yourself).

Check out Redcoats are SO General Armendariz in the forum!

And if you haven't done it yet, please vote for some of the many entries of the ToRII.

ToRII: The “Red Lympics” by Captain Blue Hair

Sunday, July 18th, 2010

Will one of the redcoats be able to gain his freedom?

Sergeant Phes has captured a few famous Redcoats. This time, that doesn't automatically mean they're dead. Captain Bluehair is feeling generous and he gives them a second chance. They can enter the 'Red Lympics', and the one that survives gains freedom. What are the challenges and who will be the winner?

Find out by reading ToRII: The "Red Lympics" by Captain Blue Hair!

ToRII: Helen of Toy by ZCerberus

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Do they come out of the classic horse... ...or something different?

Do you know the story about the battle of Troy? Well, this is kind of the same story but it sets place in the age of piracy and it's not about Helen of Troy but about Helen of Toy. With her face she could launch a thousand ships! She's been kidnapped and the redcoats want her back. It's much more hilarious than the original story and has a great ending.  And where would our ZCerberus be without his bananas?

Check out Helen of Toy by ZCerberus...

...and don't forget to vote for one of the many entries in the LEGO Pirates forum!

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