Author Archive

Paddles’ Inn by MetroiD

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Paddles' Inn, a land-based Lego creation by MetroiD

The inn of the Pirates' Town

The Classic-Pirates.com's Community Build winners may have been announced, but there's still some interesting MOCs left worth mentioning... Like this beautiful inn built by Eurobricks member MetroiD.

It features two floors with a total of 3 bedrooms, and a nice-looking yard which even has an outhouse. Please also note the very interesting roof design. This Pirate Lego creation has even a backstory of its own - make sure to read it too!

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Morgue/Coffin Works by Waterbrick Down

Friday, March 26th, 2010

A morgue and a coffin shop, a land-based MOC by Waterbrick Down

The morgue is open!

As part of Classic-Pirates.com community build, Eurobricks user Waterbrick Down has shown us this pretty nice MOC representing both a morgue and a coffin shop.

The exterior is very good-looking, but make sure to check out the interior details, complete with two floors, a coffin builder's workshop and even the morgue's latest "customer".

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The Drunken Fish Tavern by Bricknave

Friday, February 26th, 2010

A land-based MOC - a tavern and a secret meeting place for pirates

Where the pirates get drunk...

As part of the Classic-Pirates.com Community Build, Eurobricks member Bricknave shows us his latest MOC. As the builder himself describes it, "Close to the sea, The Drunken Fish Tavern sells fresh(ish) food and alcohol. However, thanks to being far from the heart of the Imperial-Officer infested town, it is also a secret meeting place for pirates on the run!

The (removable) roof looks great, but the most interesting part is the tavern's interior (with stairs and two floors), so make sure to check it out! There's quite a party going on in there!

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The Skull Beneath The Skin by Derfel Cardarn

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

A pirate hideout - a land based MOC by Derfel Cardarn

Captain Brown Hat's Island retreat...

Classic-Pirates.com MOC expert Derfel Cardarn brings us this wonderful land based MOC - The Skull Beneath The Skin, a pirate hideout. As the creator himself describes it, it is "Captain Brown Hat's Island retreat, free from the eye of Redcoats and great for cannon fishing". Make sure to check out all the details of this truly amazing creation!

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Bakery by Admiral Croissant

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Bakery, or a croissant shop by Admiral Croissant - part of Classic-Pirates.com community build

Fresh croissants anyone?

As part of Classic-Pirates.com community build, Admiral Croissant has shown us his neatly looking bakery, or, to be more precise, a croissant shop.

Complete with a cellar and a ground floor as well as stairs and a sloped roof, this land-based MOC makes a fine example of a civilian building that still fits well into the pirate era. A concept that LEGO has sadly spared us in the official Pirate sets (perhaps with a partial exception of 6277 Imperial Trading Post). Fortunately we have MOCers like Admiral Croissant who are more than willing to make it up to us.

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Port Framboise by Unitron6991

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Bluecoats' land-based MOC Port Framboise by Unitron6991

Port Framboise - a MOC by Unitron6991!

Classic-Pirates.com user Unitron6991 has built a port for his bluecoat soldiers.

Port Framboise was made solely using pieces of three classic sets many of us know and love: 6259 Broadside's Brig, 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up, and 6265 Sabre Island. The MOC itself looks like a set that LEGO created at the beginning of 1990's but somehow kept a secret from us until today!

Check it out to get some classic LEGO Pirates feeling! The MOC is still Work in Progress but already looks like a finished set - we're eager to find out what the final version will look like. Keep checking it for updates!

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