PTVII Archive

The Admirable Admiral by Svelte

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
The Admirable Admiral

A Mighty Home on the Sand

The story behind this ship is as interesting as the ship itself. The shipwreck became the home of a poor ex Imperial Officer, though she isn't seaworthy any more, she made a fine home for him. There is so much detail in such a small space it amazes me. Using the rock formation as a natural stair case, keeping the look of the ship while adding a "front yard" for the tiny house, and the plants turning the old mast into a tree again, are all some really great details not to be missed. You'll want to check the thread to see the large photos and some great part usage as well as read the whole story behind the project.

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PTVII – Staff Winners

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010
The Winners are in!

The Winners are in!

The Staff have had their fun, broken all the rules, and eaten each others' ice-creams... but now it's time to reveal who actually won!

Find out now in the Pirate Forum!

PTVII: When Fishing Goes Wrong by Guss

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010
Yes, you are in trouble if this happens!

Yes, you are in trouble if this happens!

Eurobricks member Guss entered the large division in the Pillage The Village contest! An epic scene shows us when fishing goes wrong! In this case, you are in trouble! You aren't attacked every day by a massive shark during fishing! A creation filled till the rim with details, and nice action! This entry deserved a top place in the rankings!

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PTVII – Voting Staff Category

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Pillage the Village II Contest Voting on Classic-Pirates.com

The staff have held their own PTVII contest, and the time has come to vote!

Click here to see the rules and cast your vote!

PTVII Large Entry – Pirate Pancakes by Stanley Kbrick

Sunday, January 10th, 2010
Click to discuss Pirate Pancakes a PTVII Moc by Stanley Kbrick in the Classic-Pirate.com forums

Beneath the boat lay the loot of many pillaging missions

After yet another unsuccesfull journey, Captain Horatio and his crew settled in a little town. The Captain fell in love with a young maiden, as a present for her the love struck captain decided to turn his boat into a house where both of them could live till the end of their days. However this was not all there ship would be also a restaurant where they would sell pancakes.  Hence the name Stanley Kbrick has chosen for his MOC, 'Pirate Pancakes'.

Click to discuss Stanley Kbrick's PTVII large entry, Pirate Pancakes in the forums

PTVII: The Reconstruction of Fort Oswald by NewRight

Friday, January 8th, 2010
The reconstruction of once a mighty fort in progress!

The reconstruction of once a mighty fort in progress!

Situated just near a small port town with surplus supplies and an abundant amount of natural culture. With the Governor approaching in his massive flagship with his beautiful daughter bringing even additional supplies to the lands of possibility

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PTVII: Anno 1701, her majesty’s proud almost done by maydayartist

Thursday, January 7th, 2010
A new ship almost ready to set sail!

A new ship almost ready to set sail!

Eurobricks member maydayartist has entered the large category with a spectacular build! Anno 1701, a new ship is almost ready to set sail! As you know a shipyard is a busy place, things go wrong, clumsy accidents and much more. That all can be found in maydayartist's Anno 1701!

Discuss Anno 1701 by maydayartist in the forum!

PTVII: Creative Critic Winner

Friday, January 1st, 2010

Pillage the Village II Creative Critic Contest on Classic-Pirates.com

As the new decade starts, it is time for the PTVII to come to an end. We've had over 85 entries, and nearly 40 participants in the Creative Critic Award... but there can be only one winner!

Find out who won in the Pirate Forum!



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