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Ship of the Line INVICTUS by Radmond_Barry

Saturday, August 10th, 2013
Ship of the Line INVICTUS

My Head is Bloody, but Unbowed

A whopping 66 guns and 5,500 bricks for his first large-scale MOC, Eurobricks user Radmond_Barry aka "Rad Draven" brings the forums this truly unconquerable ship of the line. Using spot-on custom rigging and sails, as well as smooth design and modularity, he shows that even with a simple plastic brick, we are the master of our fate, the captain of our soul.

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Mi Ultimo Adios by ACPin

Monday, July 22nd, 2013
Mi Ultimo Adios

Friends, Filipinos, Countrymen...

"Adios, Muchacho!" A small token of history, Eurobricks user ACPin brings the Forums a tragic but important LEGO MOC. Using historical reference, creative design, and innovative parts usage, he reminds us that even though death is a farewell, it is not the end.

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R.S. Neptune by mrsniady1

Monday, July 15th, 2013
R.S. Neptune

Ocean's Great Neptune

"I am the Sea. Literally." His second completed ship MOC, yet still not his magnum opus, Eurobricks user mrsniady1 presents the Forums this grand and god-like Redcoat vessel. Using custom machine-sewn sails, a slope-tumblehome technique, two gun decks, and a working capstan, he reminds us who exactly has the powers of the sea in their hands.

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Port Royal Receives Reinforcements by PaladinPL

Saturday, July 6th, 2013
Port Royal Receives Reinforcements

Royal Regiment Marches In

"Left, right, left, right." His second MOC in the Forums, Eurobricks user PaladinPL continues his LEGO tales with this bold yet scurvy pirate creation. Using a classic color scheme, attention to detail, and nice overall design, he "reinforces" the pirate scene for time to come.

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The Sea Chantey by Redshanks

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
The Sea Chantey

Song of the Sea

"Sing that again, sailor!" His first completed MOC, Eurobricks user Redshanks brings the forums this mellow and harmonious LEGO pirate ship. Inspired by LEGO ship sets #4184 The Black Pearl and #6243 Brickbeard's Bounty, as well as making use of custom sails, rigging, a rotating winch, and overall fluent design, he keeps the songs of LEGO Pirates flowing through the seas.

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Pirate Heaven: Spinoza’s Crib by Brig. Brick

Saturday, June 22nd, 2013
Pirate Heaven: Spinoza's Crib

Crib in the Carib'

"Welcome to the crib". Based a bit on LEGO set #6270 Forbidden Island, but with his own unique attributes and style, Eurobricks user Brig. Brick displays this lively pirate "paradise". Using creative details, design, and scenery, he shows all of the "monkey business" of the LEGO Pirates crew.

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Old Ship by Hrvoje Majetich

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Old Ship

Old and Bold

Age before beauty? It would certainly be fair to say that this is a ship of both. His first attempt at a pirate ship, MOCpages user Hrvoje Majetich brings the forums this magnificent "wooden" craft. Utilizing new and brilliant design, detail, and texture, he reminds us that even the oldies still got their kicks.

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An Imperial Ship by Purple Wolf

Friday, May 31st, 2013
An Imperial Ship

Simply Elegant

Though simply named "An Imperial Ship", one can see that this is not a simple ship at all. His first LEGO Pirate ship MOC, Forbidden Cove user Purple Wolf creates this sleek and defined Redcoat vessel. Using full custom rigging, a creative rolled-up sail technique, and overall nice part usage, he brings one more ship to the Imperial Fleet.

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