Author Archive

Poll: To Wig Or Not To Wig?

Friday, May 15th, 2009

Click to have your say on whether you want LEGO® to make new wigs

There are plenty of hats, hairpieces and helmets that LEGO® have produced that fit in perfectly well. However if you want to make an aristocratic force or possibly just some high status members of your port you have yourself a problem. This poll is for you to vote on whether you think LEGO should make new wigs similar to those worn in the 17th and 18th centuries, you can visit the forum to see many examples of these.

Click here to cast your vote on whether you think The LEGO® Group should produce new LEGO Pirates wigs in the forum!

MOC: Treasure Island by Forseti

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

Can the ravenous Pirates lure out the monkey with a delicious, irresistible, ripe banana? A group of trigger happy pirates are ready to shoot whenever the monkey comes out, that's if it comes out at all. It seems to be preoccupied in it's cave...

Click the discuss Treasure Island, a MOC by Forseti in the forum
Poor monkey!

Forseti has used some unique techniques to pull this MOC off. The beautiful tree design really stands out as something special but it does not take away from the central point and focus of the MOC.

Discuss Treasure Island by Forseti in the Pirate forum!

Pirates vs Islander: Retaliation

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Oh no! The islanders are attacking! At least it's only the pirates getting beaten up. But at this rate, they may soon destroy the entire town!

The Islanders are getting their own back on the Pirates in this trilogy of MOCs

The Islanders are getting their own back on the Pirates in this trilogy of MOCs

SlyOwl presents in three creative MOCs, the so called fearsome and blood thirsty pirates getting a piece of their own medicine from some angry Islanders. Will the Pirates get away? Only if the natives give their boat back.

Discuss the Pirates vs Islander Trilogy by SlyOwl in the forum.

Poll: The return of the Spaniards

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

Click to vote on whether you would like to see a return in the Imperial Armada sets in the forum

What's that coming over the horizon? Could it be the near return of LEGO® Imperial Armada sets? Even if it isn't we would like to know your opinion and whether you would like to see them return. Recently we have seen tell tale signs of a return by the distinctive helmets worn by the Armada appearing in some other LEGO sets. What do you think?

Click to voice your opinion on whether you think the Imperial Armada sets are going to return in the forum


The Fire Hornet by Derfel Cardarn

Saturday, May 9th, 2009

Gilded in gold and home to mighty black masts, the Fire Hornet is a ship to be proud of. The ship is housed at Port Gaverne ready to defend against Pirate attacks and and other scallywags who may threaten the docks laden with cargo being prepared for shipping.

Click to discuss The Fire Hornet, a MOC by Derfel Cardarn in the forum

Unfurl the sails!

Derfel Cardarn, primarily a Pirate theme builder created The Fire Hornet, a mighty ship brimming with munitions and ready to fight. The ship defends the port of his own creation, Port Gaverne. Although the sails are brick built, they have an excellent furled look which is a beautiful detail.

Discuss The Fire Hornet by Derfel Cardarn in the forum!

‘Marie’ a MOC by Tekka Croe

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

'Marie' is an impressive ship designed with a sleek round stern, plain white sails and a awe inspiring jet black figure head, ready to instill the most hearty pirates with fear. Laden with cannons and rigging this ship is a welcome addition to any navy.

Discuss Marie a MOC by Tekka Croe in the forum

A menacing black figure head and plain white sails complete the MOC

'Marie' was designed and built by Tekka Croe who's original design varied quite indifferently from this updated version. The unusual element in the MOC is the sleek curved stern which holds the large captain's cabin. The MOC is full of surprises and interesting LEGO® elements and techniques.

Click to discuss 'Marie' a MOC by Tekka Croe in the forum


Laffite’s Landing by SlyOwl

Friday, May 1st, 2009

On a small Island somewhere in the vast blue ocean survives Laffite. Living in a small hand crafted hut with his trusty pig. He hangs up his fish outside his hut whilst making  a pointy harpoon or two.

Click to discuss Laffites Landing a MOC by SlyOwl in the forum

Oink! Oink!

SlyOwl succeeds to wow us again with yet another outstanding MOC. A myriad of contemporary building techniques adds to the MOC's interest and features such as a uniqueness. The hut is fully furnished with small details such as furniture and even a skull. The surrounding area is in no way less detailed with  a great smoke technique and much much more.

Click to discuss Laffite's Landing by SlyOwl in the Pirate forum!

Apocalypsis, a MOC by Mark Kelso

Monday, April 27th, 2009

The Apocalypsis a mysterious world filled with lush vegetation and beautiful scenery. Mark Kelso has achieved exactly that in this truly stunning MOC.

What a beautiful paradise Mark Kelso has whipped out a scene from his mini comic series Apocalypsis: A Journey Inward. It's filled with amazing details and techniques, so be sure to check out the gallery.

Discuss the Apocalypsis in the LEGO Pirate forum

Imperial Dock by Olog

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

A small Imperial Dock in the midst of the Carribean. The dock can watch for piracy on the high sea thanks to the watch tower and guards, but who is that in the barrel paddling away?

The Imperials can keep watch from there tower. But who is this escaping?

The Imperials can keep watch from their tower. But who is this escaping?

Olog has brought us an imperial dock! It uses inventive building techniques to create the effect the creator was looking for to create a single dock in the midst of the carribean complete with jetty and cooking area, watch tower and warehouse.

Click to discuss the Imperial Dock a MOC by Olog.

Army in a letter case by Woody64

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Click to disucss Woody64s Army in a letter case in the forum

A mighty army indeed

Woody64, a true connoisseur of customs and army-building,  has housed his mighty army within a neat black letter case, allowing it to be displayed in a notable and clever fashion. All his men are armed to the brim with swords and guns, ready to take on any opposing naval force. The army is completely unique, from the decals to the hats. It would be near impossible to recreate the multitude of colours and designs seen on display.

Discuss Woody64's Army in a letter case in the Pirate forum!

LEGO Company Ltd is an unofficial Pirate LEGO® fan website which is not endorsed by the LEGO® Group. Please visit