10210 Imperial Flagship
Ages 14+. 1,664 pieces.
US $179.99 CA $229.99 UK £ 139.99 DE â‚¬ 149.99
Build an incredible classic sailing ship!
All hands on deck! This amazingly detailed and realistic historical ship has three removable sections. The main hull contains 4 firing cannons, ammunition crates, muskets, torches, cannonballs, a prison with a rat, a fully-equipped shipâ€™s kitchen, working anchor, moving rudder and a saw shark figurehead. The front deck has an opening door to the inside of the ship and sails with masts and rigging. The back house deck has opening doors to the captainâ€™s chambers containing a map, poison bottle, organ and a treasure chest full of jewels and gold. The Imperial Flagship has 6 opening windows, a telescope and sextant and 3 deck lanterns. Includes 9 minifigures: the shipâ€™s captain, his daughter, a pirate captain prisoner with shackles, the shipâ€™s cook, a lieutenant, and 4 soldiers. Measures 29.5â€ (75 cm) long and 23.6â€ (60 cm) tall. Ages 14+. 1,664 pieces
- Includes 9 minifigures: the shipâ€™s captain, his daughter, a pirate captain prisoner with shackles, the shipâ€™s cook, a lieutenant, and 4 soldiers!
- Amazingly detailed and realistic ship features 3 removable sections!
- Main hull contains 4 firing cannons, ammunition crates, muskets, torches, cannonballs, prison with a rat, saw shark figurehead, a moving rudder and a fully-equipped shipâ€™s kitchen with fish, turkey legs and a carrot!
- Raise and lower the working anchor!
- Open the front deckâ€™s working doors and play inside!
- Imperial Flagship is equipped with masts and rigging!
- Open the back house deckâ€™s doors to reveal the captainâ€™s chambers complete with a map, poison bottle, organ and even a treasure chest filled with jewels and gold!
- Features 6 opening windows, a telescope and sextant as well as 3 deck lanterns!
- Measures 29.5â€ (75 cm) long and 23.6â€ (60 cm) tall!
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General Armendariz, the brickflick genius pressed into the Classic-Pirates.com crew, has treated us with another oscar-winning motion picture: Shipyard Shenanigans, Episode One: "Last words, either way." It tells the humorous story of a man's last words as his ship crumbles into the sea - but I won't spoil the surprise; be sure to grab some popcorn, turn off the lights, and switch on the show!
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Eurobricks and the Pirate forum are lucky to have been graced by numerous modern-day da Vinci's, such as Apache, Capt. Kirk, and Hound Knight, and they've been at it again. The three of them have beautifully illustrated Imperial Guards, Pirates, and even the infamous Captain James Hook, the scurvy dog.
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Each team has spectacular builders and fantastic entries - but only one side can prevail. As devoted team members work to get in their two vignettes, the tournament judges have the difficult job of choosing the winning side amongst the hordes of notable creations. Twenty creations must be taken into account per thread, each being scored points for build, wit, historical accuracy, and much more. And so far, the judges have been presented with a difficult challenge!
Part of that challenge, unfortunately, involves finding the entries themselves. Useless spam, cruel insults, and other garbage have been paraded around each tournament thread, and something has to be done about it. There are some comments that are constructive, and others that are not. Try to stop bashing the other side - though at times, it can seem so fun - and provide criticism and compliments that don't insult or upset someone else. We're glad that everyone's having fun, but this is just a game.
Are some of you in the dark and somehow have no idea what this commotion is? You can learn all about it in the tournament enlistment thread!
After our Pirate Moderator Phred left because of his work and studies and because of the constant growth of both the forum and Classic-Pirates.com, we decided to appoint a fresh Pirate Regulator to help out Slyowl and the rest of the team.
Erdbeereis, as Shipyard Master, and because of his dedication and forum knowledge, was just an obvious choice!
So, head over to the Classic-Pirates.com Forum and welcome Erdbeereis!