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The Battle of Willow’s Creek and Le Coup d’Etat du 18 Brumaire by ImperialScouts

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Armybuilder and MOC expert ImperialScouts had a stand at Brickworld 2010 and brought two MOCs with him. Due to the fact I was quite impressed by them, I could not resist making a small overview of them.

First we have one of  his masterpieces called The Battle of Willow's Creek:

Click to read more about Imperialscouts Battle of Willow's Creek

Click the read more about this battleground MOC!

And the second one is called  Le Coup d'État du 18 Brumaire.

Click to read more about ImperialScouts MOC called Le Coup d'Etat du 18 Brumaire!

Click to find out more about this painting -based MOC by ImperialScouts!

Visit the Classic-Pirates MOC forum to find more beautifull creations from our dearest members!

Latest eBay sales – August 2nd 2010

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

First of all let's take a look at this wonderfull 6277 LEGO Imperial Trading Post of the guards!

Click to buy this wonderfull 6277 LEGO Imperial Guard trading post on ebay!

Barely 22,85 USD atm!

Or what about this MISB 6296 Shipwreck Island? Very rare and wanted!

Click here to buy this 6296 Lego shipwreck Island on eBay!

24,95 USD MISB!

 Want more?  See all recent eBay finds in the Pirates forum!

HOT eBay finds June 9 2010

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
The Tournament of Retribution II has begun and you still don't own enough men and material to participate? Take a look at these cheap finds, starting with this nice 6265 Sabre Island.
Go buy this 6265 Sabre Island of LEGO Pirates and Imperials on eBay!

14,99 USD

The very same seller also offers this 1492 Battle Cove and 6245 Harbor Sentry for a currently low price!

Go buy these 1492 Battle Cove and 6245 Harbour Sentry guard from LEGO pirates on eBay!

6,99 USD

And we finish with a blast! A vintage 6276 LEGO Eldorado Fortress, clearly overlooked!

Be the first to bid on this 6276 LEGO Eldorado Fortress from the Imperial soldiers guards!

7,90 USD at the moment! Be quick!

Want more? Go read the recent eBay finds thread in the Pirate forum!

Bayonets at Dawn Contest: voting has begun!

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010's very first real LEGO Armybuilding contest has come to an end. The quality of the entries submitted even surprised us, and now the time has come to select a winner plus a runner-up!

Cast your vote for your favourite contest entry now in the Pirate MOC forum!

Cast your vote now!

Now go vote for your favourite entries in the Pirate MOC forum!

eBay finds – May 22 2010

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

The prices for most Pirates 2009 items have went up quite a bit during these last few months, but if one looks closely enough, you can still find some normal/cheap prices with certain sellers! For example this 6243 Brickbeard's Bounty for 82 USD (buy it now).

Buy this 6243 Brickbeard Bounty pirate ship on eBay

Buy it now: 82 USD

Or bid on the wonderfull 10210 Imperial Flagship! Currently only 132,50 USD, which is under the retail prize!

Buy this 10210 Imperial Flagship from LEGO Pirates on eBay!

Currently only 132,50 USD

For more eBay auctions, watch the Classic-Pirates forums!

New Classic-Pirates contest: Bayonets at Dawn!

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
Click to participate into Bayonets at Dawn, a Pirate LEGO contest hosted by and Eurobricks!

Click the picture to see what beautifull bounty you can win!

Armies are on the war-path - from Blenheim to Bunker Hill to Balaclava, Leipzig to Lissa, Wagram to Waterloo, powder is readied, and sabres polished. And it's war - and a very unhealthy trade!

Your task is to build a battle scene, based on an actual battle, as realistically as possible. The battle should have taken place between 1450 and 1880, including Spanish Conquest in the Americas and American Civil War (but hence excluding the Boer War). Pre-1450 battles in the Americas (eg. Mayan, Inca) are also allowed, as they fit the general genre, but not medieval battles of the same era (eg. knights on horseback). All "factions" are allowed. Naturally, fantasy elements are not permissible. Any queries, just ask.

Need inspiration? Check out the MOC Indexes - in particular the Land-based MOCs - a wealth of ideas and techniques to explore.

  1. The contest will run from NOW (posting time of this message!) untill May 31 2010!
  2. One entry per member; only new MOCs
  3. You must include a short description or link to evidence of the actual battle; paintings, Wikipedia etc.
  4. Full customization is allowed, including decals, string, sails, 3rd party customs (e.g. Brickarms, Brickforge). Cutting and painting are permissible, but as the contest is judged by public vote, these may not be popular. We suggest visiting The Great Pirate Torso Library and the Sail Library Resource.
  5. No clone brands or digital entries
  6. No size or minifig limit
  7. Post 6 pictures (maximum size 800x600). You can link to an external gallery, where there are no image limitations. See these tutorials for help with resizing images and deeplinking.
  8. Important: Each entry will be posted in its own thread, like you would with a normal MOC. All entry threads are to be created in the LEGO Pirates MOCs Forum. The thread title should be the title of the ENTRY. The description of the entry thread should be "Bayonets at Dawn Contest Entry".
  9. Judging will take place by a public vote. Each person can pick their top 3 entries. This will happen by posting, not by voting in a poll.

Prizes, you say? Obviously there are prizes! Click the link below or the picture above to see them!

Want to know more? Go to our discussion and questions topic in the Pirate MOC forum!

French Navy Xebec, By Bonaparte

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 Ambassador Bonaparte shows off his skills again with this incredible piece of work: a French Navy Xebec!

French Navy Xebec, a ship MOC by Bonaparte

A Mediterranean Xebec

Xebecs were used in the Mediterranean by French corsairs mainly for quick interception and getaway. The corsairs favored the xebec for its speed and maneuverability, and for its shallow draft which also aided in escaping larger vessels. These qualities were recognized by many of the European navies, and the vessel was quickly adopted into the Mediterranean squadrons as commerce-raiders and anti-piracy cruisers.

Click here to discuss Bonaparte's Xebec in the Pirate MOC forum!

eBay goes crazy! March 9 2010

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

For this month we will start with some quickly-ending large soldier/minifgs packs! First one is this big and rare LEGO soldiers bluecoat-redcoat combination.

Click here to buy these LEGO pirate soldier minifigs, bluecoat and redcoat!

One, two, three, four,... 71.02 USD atm

This is the second LEGO minifig collection we found for you, including soldiers, weapons, pirates etc.

Click here to buy these LEGO Pirates, soldiers, weapons on eBay!

Giant LEGO part collection! only 86.85 USD atm

We also found a nice LEGO 6274 Carribean Clipper flagship for a low price considering the few time left on its bidding.

Click to purchase this 6274 LEGO Carribean Clipper flagship on eBay.

2.25 USD atm, near bidding end!

For more please visit the LEGO Pirates eBay finds thread in the Pirate forum!

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