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Review: 4184 The Black Pearl by Captain BeerBeard

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

4184: The Black Pearl

The long awaited Black Pearl set is finally showing up in stores, the US has seen a large influx of stores carrying the famous ship. The first review has shown up and Classic-Pirates.com has it for you.

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Pirates of the Caribbean window display by Legoagogo

Sunday, September 25th, 2011

Pirates of the Caribbean Window Display

Horry has discovered an amazing window display built by flickr user Legoagogo.  The details of this build are a bit of a mystery, all we know is it was built as an advertisement for the LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean video game that came out earlier this year.  It's a site to be seen!

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The Hippo by Delayice

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

The Hippo

Our News Scout Horry has been busy finding LEGO Pirate creations for us to share with you. Today he brings us "The Hippo". Little is known about this ship, but I can see where it gets its name. The rigging is  nicely done on this ship as is the custom sail.

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Lenny the PiRat by Slyowl

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Even Rat's crave the gold!

Eurobricks Fellow SlyOwl has created a brick built Pirate Rat figure who goes by the name of Lenny. The story of his creation is pretty interesting and SlyOwl's techniques are worth looking at.

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Poseidon’s Wrath by Jaudeau

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

All fear Poseidon's Wrath

The Classic-Pirates.com News Scouts have been hard at work, and today we bring you a ship found while browsing the popular LEGO image hosting site brickshelf.  Our News Scout Horry has found this creation referred to as Poseidon's Wrath. I love how it resembles the Black Seas barracuda but has so much more to offer, be sure to check it out.

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Port for the Imperial Flagship by Gahrian

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Where the Imperial Flagship makes birth

With more blue base plates than you can shake a fist at, the Port for the Imperial Flagship is a LEGO masterpiece. Built around the Imperial Flagship, this MOC has so many details and some very clever building techniques.  I always say the devil is in the details, and there are lots of little devils running around this MOC.

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Lexington by Blake Baer

Sunday, August 21st, 2011

Tribute to America!

Blake Baer brings us the first in his series which is a Tribute to America. The beginnings of a quant village in America, with a nice landscape and cobblestone road, this MOC is worth a look.

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Retreat from Russia by TheBrickAvenger

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Fall back, fall back!!!

It's cold and we are out numbered, what do we do? RETREAT! That was the feeling in 1812 when Napoleons Army was forced to retreat due to incredibly cold temperatures in Russia. There is a sense of feeling in this MOC as the remaining soldiers are desperately trying to make it to safety, not all of them are going to make it.

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