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Rock Island Fortress by Yawgmoth

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
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Rock Island Fortress

Eurobricks member Yawgmoth has created this lovely island hideaway for his merry band of pirates. Inspired by the classic 6273 Rock Island Refuge, this throwback to the glory days of Pirates boasts several detachable sections and a very lovely shipwreck built in to the piece. Not bad for a shipbuilder!

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Barquentine: The Christine by Sebeus I

Wednesday, January 1st, 2014
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Love that custom rigging!

Classic-Pirates' resident shipbuilder Sebeus I is back on fine form with this lovely update of his schooner bark, the Christine. Of particular note are the functional capstan and custom rigging. May the wind forever be at your back, Sebeus, and may your hull never be breached!

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MOMOD Queen Anne Revisited by Captain Braunsfeld

Wednesday, December 25th, 2013
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Queen Anne's Revenge 2.0

Just in time for Christmas, Eurobricks member Captain Braunsfeld has given us the gift of Pirates. He's modified the QAR to make her look more realistic, and quite frankly more aesthetically appealing!

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REVIEW: 1747 Pirates Treasure Surprise by Lord Of Pies

Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
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1747 - Pirates Treasure Surprise

Our own Lord Of Pies is back on the reviewing circuit after a long absence. For his comeback appearance, he has graciously filled a gap in the Eurobricks review index with this look at set 1747 Pirates Treasure Surprise. But is it worth your hard-earned loot? Read on to find out!

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The Cannonball by Matthias130182

Monday, December 16th, 2013
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The Caribbean Clipper's all grown up.

Inspired by the Lego Pirates audio dramas, eurobricks member Matthias130182 brings us his interpretation of Governor Broadside's flagship, the Cannonball! Taking some cues from the classic Caribbean Clipper, this beauty comes well-equipped with 16 guns and a full crew. Pirates beware!

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Brick Mania Antwerpen – Pirate Layout by Sebeus I et al.

Thursday, November 14th, 2013
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No touching!

Several of Eurobricks' own, including Bonaparte and Sebeus I, collaborated on this massive display for Brick Mania Antwerpen. With 12 ships, 4 forts, 2 islands, and somewhere in the neighbourhood of 1000 minifigs, this might just be the largest Pirates display we've ever seen!

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Port Callao Invasion by El_Pirotecnico

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
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Port Callao Invasion

Eurobricks newcomer El_Pirotecnico has made a memorable first impression with this diorama, which he built for an expo in his native Peru. Featuring a mix of MOCs and official sets, old and new, the result is a very busy scene with tons of hidden details.

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REVIEW: 850839 Pirate Minifigure Pack by WhiteFang

Thursday, October 17th, 2013
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Money for old rope, or a sign of things to come?

This new Pirates minifigure pack proves that there's still some life in the body, but is it worth it? Our own WhiteFang has taken it upon himself to answer that question in his review of 850839 Pirate Minifigure Pack. Is TLG just clearing out its stock of spare parts, or are there yet further plans for the theme? You decide!

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