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Encounter at the blacksmith workshop by Yatkuu

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

blacksmith workshop pirates caribbean curse black pearl will turner jack sparrow captured donkey wheel contestThe first entry for the Pirates of the Caribbean MOC contest is there! It's one of the most famous scenes of the first movie. I don't think I have to explain which one because the MOC itself explains it very clearly. The only thing I want to say is that it ends with one of those moments you will remember as the day you almost captured Jack Sparrow!

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The Black Revenge WIP by De Sandman

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

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The Black Revenge nearing completion.

Even though it's not  yes as famous as the Queen Anne's Revenge, the star of the Black Revenge is rising. With an impressive hull, a fearsome flag and a skilled crew, this ship is no joke! It's still a work in progress, and there's room for improvement, but soon this ship will set sail on the large brickbuilt oceans. Time to welcome this great ship and its creator (a new member).

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What do you prefer? Classic-Pirates or Pirates of the Caribbean?

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

vote discussion poll opinion thoughts tlg group voting pirates caribbean classic soldiers imperialSo with the new Pirates of the Caribbean line in the stores it's time to decide whether you prefer this new theme, or the Classic-Pirates theme, or perhaps you don't care? The new theme has many new parts and very detailed torso's, but some people don't like fleshies, or have complaints about misprinted parts or pearl gold treasure. Please make a vote, discuss your choice, and we may inform The LEGO Group about your thoughts!

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in the forum.

Island MOC by Redmond LEGO man

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011
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A big pile of treasure, with LED-lights!

This huge MOC, full of fishes, gold and goldfishes was created by flickr member Redmond LEGO man. The rock structure may look quite dangerous, but if you make it to the cave you will be a rich man.

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Life in port by “LL”

Monday, June 20th, 2011
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It's a very lively world in the port!

This little MOC is full of clever designs. From the birds to the roofs and from the water to the smoke. And the scene is just as original as the techniques: a procession of strange birds. Be sure to take a closer look on this creation!

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Review :LEGO PotC Video Game by TazManiac

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011
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A great game with many new minifigs!

When you buy the LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean game, you don't only get the game. No, much more! This review contains a list of all the extras, it contains screenshots, information about the gameplay, etc. Everything you need to know before you buy the game yourself.

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Port Royal LEGO-Styled instructions by Boomchil

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011
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A screenshot of these excellent instructions.

As you may know, The LEGO Group has made a special build, which you can make by combining the sets London Escape and Whitecap Bay. They only didn't provide proper instructions, so Eurobricks member Boomchil made his own, put them in a PDF format and shared them on our forum.

Check out the Port Royal LEGO-Styled instructions by Boomchil in the forum!

Daily life in the port is the same every day by “LL”

Thursday, May 26th, 2011
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These pirates don't have a lucky day.

This MOC may be small, but our new member "LL"  has put some clever new techniques in it, and that's why it gets a well-deserved spot on the blog. The arm legs give the minifigs a funny and active look, and things like the waves, the branch and the shooting effect are great as well. Feel free to have a look and to welcome this new member.

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