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HM Bark Endeavour by kabel

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
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The famous ship of Captain Cook.

Although it's still a work in progress, this replica ship (made after a replica ship, which was made after a real ship) is already looking tremendous. It's clear that Eurobricks member kabel has enough ship knowledge. The shape, colours and details are already looking excellent and things will get even better. Still, some encouragements or constructive criticism are always welcome.

Visit HM Bark Endeavour by kabel in the forum.

Port Virginia by AL FREDDO

Monday, March 28th, 2011
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These pirates know where to get some good treasure!

Eurobricks member AL FREDDO has made a great pirate scene. It contains a fight, blood, pirates and treasure (of course). Another nice feature is that the lights are really working.

Come and see Port Virginia by AL FREDDO in the forum!

Lego Pirate V.S Hero Factory by Counter656

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

A fantastic brickfilm has been made by our very new Eurobricks member Counter 656. The story is a bit weird, but that's no problem because the quality of the frames and special effects is excellent. I'd count this as a must-see for other brickfilmers and for everyone else who is interested.

Discuss Lego Pirate V.S Hero Factory by Counter656 in the forum

Why Kids Shouldn’t Be Pirates by Stormbringer

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

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He has this bad habit of killing when he doesn't get his way.

This MOC is so full of detail, that I believe every MOC'er around here can find something useful in it. Not only the techniques are nice, the story is funny too. About a child who's misbehaving because he wants to be a pirate. But according to the Flickr description "the captain might look like a mere child to his crewmen, but he is the son of a powerful and feared pirate lord of the southern seas".

Discuss Why Kids Shouldn't Be Pirates by Stormbringer in the forum.

Our Tribute to Zorro

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

Click here to go to the thread for posting your entry.Since our beloved Admiral Zorro (Dieter de Vos) passed away last month, we, the staff and volunteers of Classic-Pirates, would like to honor him with an invitation to all members to create a MOC honoring Zorro. Nice MOC's will get enough attention and will probably be frontpaged. Zorro rose money for famous contests like Pillage the Village and the Tournament of Retribution II and made some great reviews. His presence will be greatly missed throughout the forums. Please honor him by posting a memorial MOC.

Use this thread for posting your MOC...

...and leave a few words for our Admiral in this one if you haven't done it yet.

HMS Interceptor by pif500

Monday, March 7th, 2011

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"Oh, the Dauntless is the power in these waters, true enough, but there's no ship as can match the Interceptor for speed."

And yet another seaworthy vessel is ready to sail the oceans! It's the HMS Interceptor by Eurobricks member pif500. In the movie Pirates of the Caribbean, this ship has the reputation of being the fastest ship of the Royal Navy, so pif500 chose the name wisely. His vessel does indeed seem fast and sturdy.

Discuss HMS Interceptor by pif500 in the forum

Barracuda’s Quarters by SlyOwl

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

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A room full of stuff, depicting his many adventures.

Barracuda used to be a navy man, but he grew tired and wanted more action. So he engaged a pirate ship and rose to captainhood. As SlyOwl says: "his quarters reflect both his character and past - functional and sturdy, but not lacking in glamour or flamboyance where indulged".

Come and see Barracuda's Quarters by SlyOwl in the forum!

Keelhaul! by Auric

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

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What a mess!

And another MOC from a flickr member. A keelhaul: a sailor gets pulled from one side of the ship to the other, around the keel. The captain doesn't look very friendly with his dragon plume, making it seem like keelhauls are a daily business on his ship.

See more of Keelhaul! by Auric in the forum

The Fort at Isla D’Or by 2 Much Caffeine

Monday, February 21st, 2011

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A beautiful fort on a beautiful location.

2 Much Caffeine has made a small but nice fort. There are some good and useful techniques in this MOC, for the floor, the water, the roof and the well. Whether it's a Pirate, a Bluecoat or a Spanish fort, it's worth a closer look.

Discuss The Fort at Isla D'Or by 2 Much Caffeine in the forum.

Pirate furniture by TazManiac

Saturday, February 12th, 2011
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Including a piano (not visible on this picture).

Our Pirate News Scout TazManiac has made some wonderful pieces of furniture, suitable for every Pirate MOC! Mix the techniques and add colours and details according to your own taste. Most of the best furniture techniques are put in this MOC so it can be very helpful.

Check out these pieces of Pirate furniture by TazManiac in the forum.

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