Author Archive

MOC: Tortuga? Aye, Tortuga by SlyOwl

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

SlyOwl treats our eyes yet again with another stunning MOC, entitled "Tortuga? Aye, Tortuga".

Tortuga? Aye, Tortuga by SlyOwl

Honey, I think we should find a new travel agent...

The MOC includes tons of exciting minifig action in every corner, along with some lovely buildings with unique design elements such as the very creative black roof. Every time you look you'll see a quirky new detail to enjoy.

Check out more pictures of SlyOwl's Tortuga? Aye, Tortuga in the Pirate Forum!

Poll: What do you think about the “new” pirate map?

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

Click here to voice your opinion on the new pirate map!

The 2009 LEGO Pirate line has brought us a hot topic of discussion. Is the same map used by the Indiana Jones line appropriate for a heavily water-based theme like Pirates? Or is it way off? Or do you prefer the older, more traditional Classic Pirate map?

Let others know your opinion by voting whether you think the map is perfect, acceptable, terrible, or one of many other options in the
Pirate Forum
!

Review: 8396 Soldier’s Arsenal by WhiteFang

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

Reviewers' Academy Teacher WhiteFang has done an excellent review on this year's new Soldier Impulse set: 8396 Soldier's Arsenal.

WhiteFangs Soldiers Arsenal Review

Hup-2-3-4!

What are WhiteFang's thoughts on the set?

 Check out the review and discuss the set in the Pirate Forum!

Tog O’ War by Dan Church

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Dan Church presents us with a lovely MOC, Tug O' War!

Tug O' War by Dan Church

Don't lose your step!

 The Pirates and Soldiers are locked in a fierce battle over a lost treasure chest. If one loses his step, he will fall to a greusome fate, a crocodile lurking in the raging river surrounded by razor-sharp rocks!

Will the fiesty pirates manage to give a big heavo-ho and claim the booty? Or will the well-trained soldiers use their muscles to grab the loot?

Check out the exciting
Tug O' War by Dan Church
 in the Pirate forum!

Review: 6242 Soldiers’ Fort by Grevious

Friday, February 13th, 2009

Grevious has written a lovely review of set #6242 Soldiers' Fort

In-depth review of 6242 Soldiers' Fort.

What secrets does this fort hold?

Learn about all of the Soldiers' Fort's details, view detailed photos of the minifigs and discover everything there is to know about this exciting part of the new LEGO® Pirates line.

Check out Grevious's exciting 6242 Soldiers' Fort review
in the Pirate Forum!

Treasure Map by Majek

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

Majek brings us his MOC, "Treasure Map."

X marks the spot!

The adventurers have followed their ancient maps to the red "X" marking the spot where the treasure is buried. But wait! How did two different treasure hunters find the same map? And what will they find when they dig?

For more pictures and the full story, 
discuss Treasure Map by Majek in the Pirate Forum!

Pirates Going Domestic by Karlo Toth

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

Karlo Toth has made a very nice MOC, with an interesting story.

It depicts pirates on an off day relaxing at the First Mate's brother's castle.

An unusual meeting...

An unusual meeting...

Look at the beautiful rocks with lots of vibrant greenery, and all of the fun little details like the maiden fishing for sharks of all things!
The MOC even has a brilliant pirate ship for those enthusiasts we have here.

Look at more pictures of the great ship and landscaping on MOCpages, and discuss your favorite parts of it in the Pirate Forum!

 

Our New Vice Admiral Zorro!

Friday, January 16th, 2009

Classic-Pirates has added a new leader, Vice Admiral Zorro!

Click here to welcome Classic-Pirates.com's new Vice Admiral in the forum.

He has worked very hard for Classic-Pirates, and now has a brand-spanking new title, complete with red font, a name without number (Plus proper capitalization), and the responsibility of shaping up all of the Classic-Pirates.com sea dog crew to ship-shape standard.

Let's give a warm welcome to our new Vice Admiral in the Pirate Forum!



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