Author Archive

Captain Ultimo’s Refuge by Pavel

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Captain Ultimo's Refuge - a Pirate LEGO MOC by Pavel

A huge island!

Classic-Pirates.com user Pavel has posted a MOC which, as he describes it, is inspired by his two favourite 1990s LEGO Pirates sets - 6273 Rock Island Refuge and 6279 Skull Island. It's a big pirate hideout and indeed has a feel of the classic sets we all love.

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House of Pirates by Elena

Sunday, January 15th, 2012
House of Pirates, a LEGO MOC by Elena

Seems rather quiet...

Check out this fine MOC from Brickshelf user Elena, brought to our attention by Classic-Pirates.com news scout SirSven7. The place seems rather peaceful for a pirate house, but hey - those guys need some place to relax too!

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Prinses Nikki by De Sandman

Friday, January 6th, 2012

Prinses Nikki, a Pirate LEGO creation by De Sandman

A huge and detailed vessel!

Take a good look at this huge ship built by Classic-Pirates.com user De Sandman. He named it Prinses Nikki after his daughter! It took him about three months to build this powerful Dutch vessel. She's a real beauty!

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Bluecoat stronghold by Brig. Brick

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Bluecoat stronghold, a Pirate LEGO MOC by Brig. Brick

Don't mess with the bluecoats!

Classic-Pirates.com user Brig. Brick presents his latest MOC - the Bluecoat stronghold. As you can see, it includes a fort, a harbour town, and we even witness two ships arrive at the place! The blue-coated soldiers who we have seen sailing these waters since 1989 now have a new base to plan their attacks against enemies!

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Ruins of Palenque by Capt. Stabbin

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Ruins of Palenque, a Mayan-inspired LEGO MOC by Capt. Stabbin

Relics of a Mayan city.

Classic-Pirates.com user Capt. Stabbin has built this MOC inspired by a real-life Mayan city called Palenque. It really catches the feel of the original - you can tell it yourself by comparing it to the picture provided by Capt. Stabbin himself in the forum thread.

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6249 Pirates Ambush & other set reviews at Adequate.com

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
The review of 6249 Pirates Ambush and other Pirate sets at Adequate.com

Just an example - there are other reviews too!

A long time ago lots of interesting reviews of old LEGO Pirate sets were published on a website known as Adequate.com. Those were very imaginative, with a special made-up backstory for each set. That site has not been updated for years, but the old reviews are still there, and they're really worth taking a look at!

As a taste of what you can find there, we've posted their review of 6249 Pirates Ambush at Classic-Pirates.com forum. It was written by Joseph Gonzales back in 1997! We chose this set as it has not yet been reviewed on our website. Feel free to read it, and if you like it, proceed to other reviews at Adequate.com, and discuss them in our forum!

Read 6249 Pirates Ambush & other set reviews and discuss them in the forum!

LDD versions of LEGO Idea Book sets by Skipper

Thursday, December 1st, 2011
LDD versions of LEGO Idea Book sets made by Skipper

Some old alternate sets shown in LDD

In the very previous blog entry we showed you some alternate Pirate sets published in LEGO Idea Books in the 1990s. But, lo and behold, Classic-Pirates.com user Skipper actually decided to recreate some of them using LEGO Digital Designer! So check them out and tell us what you think!

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Alternate sets from old LEGO Idea Books

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Alternate sets and instructions from LEGO Idea Books of 1990s

Alternate instructions from the 1990s

Anyone remember LEGO Idea Books? They were released as a way to promote creative building and show ways to build alternate sets. They included some interesting Pirate stuff too! Thanks to Classic-Pirates.com News Scout SirSven7 we can now take a good look at those special sets from the 1990s!

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