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Poll: Your favourite Imperial faction

Thursday, August 6th, 2009

Click here to vote for your favourite Imperial faction on the Classic-Pirates.com forums

Today in the poll you have the choice out of the three Imperial factions. You have 3 choices , choose from Imperial Soldiers, Imperial Guards and Imperial Armada. Get voting now in the Classic-Pirates.com Pirates forum!

Click to vote and submit your opinion on which Imperial faction you think is best in the Pirates forum!

New Pirate decals from BrickForge

Saturday, August 1st, 2009
New Piratey Decals from BrickForge

New Piratey Decals from BrickForge

BrickForge, the well known maker of high quality accessories that are compatible with LEGO® pieces, have just released some new decals. These include designs from many themes including Pirates. So if you want to create some of your own custom Pirate minifigures we suggest you go and check them out.

Click to check out the new decals BrickForge in the Pirate forum

Poll: Your Favourite Ship Hull Colour

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Polls on Classic-Pirates.com

It's voting time! Today's poll is for you to vote which your favourite LEGO® Pirate ship hull colour combo is. Whether red & brown, green & black or any other official colour scheme, go across to the Classic-Pirates forum to submit your vote.

Click here to vote for your favourite LEGO® Pirate ship hull colour in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.

Brickworld 2009

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009
Brickworld 2009 in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

A large Pirate layout

Missed the Pirate action at Brickworld 2009? Well now you can go and view some of the great snaps LEGO® fans took at the event. Many AFOL's attended brought their Pirate set ups with them to show off and display.

Go and check out Brickworld 2009 pirate action in the Pirate forum

Bullseye by Ricardo Silva

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

On our hands we have a funny face off between a hard as nails ruffian and a well trained soldier. However the soldier may have a slight advantage, the pirate happens to be chained to a tree and also has a flaming canon ball flying towards him.

Click to discuss Bullseye a MOC by Ricardo silve in the Classic-Pirates.com forum!

Not such a fair fight!

Ricardo Silva has created this funny MOC that incorporates an interesting design of cannon ball. Extra details have been added to the cannon for realism such as the brilliant smoke effect and extra cannon balls ready to be fired.

Click to discuss Bullseye by Ricardo Silva in the Pirate forum

P.S. Happy Birthday Captain Zuloo!

Washed Shako by Jalkow

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

As you may or may not already know Imperial Soldiers have routine inspections to check up on their standard of uniform. Coming up was one of these 'inspections' and the Soldier desperately needed to wash his kit. So it was off to the launderette for him. Unfortunately for him he managed to leave his Shako behind. When he returned to his horror he had found it had been pinched and emblem rubbed clean off. How would he explain this to the Drill Sarge?

Will he get away with this shiny clean Shako?

Will he get away with this shiny clean Shako?

Jalkow had not only created a realistic washing machine but also a funny vignette for us to enjoy. The SNOT flooring looks great and lifelike. And finally not forgetting the very innocent looking grandma that tops off the this impressive scene.

Go and check out Washed Shako by Jalkow for yourself in the pirate forum!

Poll: Pirates of the Caribbean or Vikings?

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

Classic-Pirates.com poll about Pirates of the Caribbean and Vikings

For a long time Mr.Phes along with Bloody Jay have been having a blood thirsty debate on who is better - Pirates of the Caribbean or Vikings. Now the decision has come to you! Head over to the Classic-Pirates.com forum to put your vote across and end the feud. Oh, and if that wasn't difficult enough, we are talking about Vikings and Pirates of the Caribbean, not the official LEGO® themes.

Click here to vote for Pirates of the Caribbean or Vikings in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.

Chinese Junk by AtomicBuilder

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Far away in a distant part of China comes the 'Chinese Junk'. This mighty ship is coloured and decorated with plenty of annotations making it easily recognisable that it is the notorious Chinese Pirates finest vessel! Will they get away with their villainous crimes using the hidden smuggling compartments? Or will the authorities find out who is really behind all this?

Will the authorities find out who is really behind this smuggling business?

Will the authorities find out who is really behind this smuggling business?

AtomicBuilder has created for us this amazing Chinese pirate ship. Using interesting techniques and colours, he has produced a ship even an emperor would be proud of! Fitted put with a shining dragon figurehead, the finest pirate crew sail with pride and dignity as they steal from any ship that comes in their path.

Click to discuss Chinese Junk in the Classic Pirates forum

Poll: Which pirate captain do you like now?

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

Poll in the Classic-Pirates.comforum

Recently the villainous Captain Brick Beard washed ashore upon the mighty Brick Beard's Bounty, ready to rival the two other Pirate captains for the top spot. It's up to you to fight it out, which Pirate captain is your favourite. Weather it be the bountiful Brick Beard, rocky Red Beard or impatient Iron Hook, your vote will help any of these captains to get to the top spot.

Click to cast your vote for your favourite Pirate Captain in the Pirate forum.

MOC: “Float By” by Gusalagupagoo

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Clash! The Pirates are attacking the Imperials again. Armed with deadly rapiers and cutlasses alike. The Imperials are outnumbered but the Pirates are too crowded and can't fight easily. Who will come out on top?

Click to discuss Float By, a MOC by Gusalagupagoo in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Man overboard!

Gusalagupagoo takes us to a new perspective on ship to ship combat. Forget all your galleons and warships and bring in your small rowing boats and prepare for battle.

Click to discuss "Float By" a MOC by Gusalagupagoo in the Pirate forum



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