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Poll: Your favourite small Classic Pirate sailing ship

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

Click here to vote for your favourite small Classic-Pirate sailing ship in the pirate forum

Size does not matter in this poll as it happens to be all about small ships. More precisely, the small Classic-Pirate sailing vessels that we have grown to love or loath over the years. Choose form a selection of 5 choices in your favourite pirate forum.

Click to vote on your favourite small pirate ship in the forum

The Empress MOC by Paul cantu

Friday, February 6th, 2009

After the Governor had completed taking over the island, enslaving the locals and generally causing a mess and havoc, he stole from the islanders riches deep within their fragile mines. After stealing millions worth of gold and treasure, what better to do than build a new ship and cover it with the new riches.

What better to do than build a new ship and cover it with the new riches!

What better to do than build a new ship and cover it with the new riches!

Paul cantu's recent ship 'The Empress' has been created using a modular design and features a clever background story, cabins with detailed interior and gold plating!

Click to discuss The Empress by Paul cantu in the forum.

Poll: Which Classic-Pirate figure head is the best?

Friday, January 30th, 2009

Click here to vote for which Classic-Pirate ship figure head you think is best

The poll today is about the LEGO® Classic-Pirate ship sets more than the land based ones. The poll is to vote for which Classic-Pirate ship figure head you think is the best. Choose from a myriad of figure heads such as a golden parrot, skull, naked women (you can't vote Zorro), or even no figure head just like on the Imperial Flagship. So get voting now!

Click to vote for your favourite Classic-Pirate ship figure head in the pirate forum

Georgio’s Isle by Paul cantu

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

A strange island cropped in the LEGO® Caribbean. Below lies the wreckage of a mighty vessel now laying waste to animals and plants that may want to use it as their new home. However, it also sports a tree house built high up to be used as a resting place for weary travellers or even a hide out for bandits, either way it is welcoming and a friendly place.

Lying on tope of the wrekage of a mighty ship the multileveled island is somewhat unstable.

Lying on top of the wreckage of a mighty ship the multilevelled island is somewhat unstable.

Paul cantu has created for us a amazing multilevelled island resting on top of supportive pillars. A long lost ship is now home to many creatures who feed off the remains of what was left on board...

Click to discuss Georgio's Isle by Paul cantu in the pirate forum.

Poll: Who is the greatest Classic-Pirate Leader?

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

Click to vote for you favourite pirate leader

Pull out your voting hats because it's Poll time! In this poll created by the Mister Phes you will get the chance to vote for your favourite Classic Pirate theme leader.

Vote in the 'Who is the greatest Classic-Pirate leader?' in the forum.

Poll: Pirates or Imperials, who do you choose?

Monday, January 12th, 2009

This really is one of the toughest showdowns ever. You have to decide weather you would rather be a bloody thirsty scallywag of a Pirate or a finely dressed well spoken of Imperial. The choice is yours, settle the conflict in the forums.

Click here to vote for Pirates or Imperials in the forums

Why Won’t you be my Friends? by SlyOwl

Thursday, November 27th, 2008

SlyOwl brings us the lowly tail of a sea monster who wishes nothing more than to have a single friend. However the sailors are rather angry about the proposal and have retaliated...

The Monster decides to play with the sailors and thier boat

The Monster decides to play with the sailors and their boat

Our friendly golden eyed monster just wants to play with the sailors and their ship. Although failing, it persists trying to make friends. I don't think it will at this rate. Do you?

Come and discuss Why Won't you be my Friends? in the pirate forum.

Puerto Rodrego – MOC by SlyOwl

Friday, November 21st, 2008

Puerto Rodrego is an old shanty town located somewhere on the Spanish coastline. Created by someone who has lost their socks, it is shrouded with secret and mystery.

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The town is encapsulated in deception and the occult...

Puerto Rodrego has been tainted by a small drug industry, murder and famine. Even the Imperials struggle to survive in the barren landscape that they have been put in charge of!

Discuss Puerto Rodrego by SlyOwl in the pirate forum

Castaway t’ Neverland by SlyOwl

Friday, November 7th, 2008

On a remote island in one of the seven seas, a marooned sailor sets up a small shack with only his pet dog for comfort. In this recent MOC SlyOwl has used everyday parts in new and unexpected ways.

Perhaps this island isnt so bad after all

Perhaps this island isn't so bad after all

SlyOwl has created this small island using many wonderful and inquisitive techniques. Many a part has been used in a new unexpected way such as to make brick built animals, plants or even part of the landscape. Check out all the pictures in the forums!

Discuss Castaway t' Neverland by SlyOwl in the forums.

The Captain’s Tricorner by Capt. Kirk

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Pirates over the ages have loved to steal treasure. They also enjoyed collecting trophies, in particular the hat of the ship or military port they were raiding.

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Pirates loved to collect trophies

Capt. Kirk rebuilt his first pirate MOC, The Captain's Tricorner. Some pirates are trying to get away with the Captain's hat but they will have to make it through the guards first. Once back safely on their ship they can happily gloat and show off their new prize.

Click here to discuss The Captain's Tricorner, a MOC by Capt. Kirk in the forum.

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