PTVII Archive

PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Siegfried

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Seigfried

PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Seigfried

Eurobricks Root Admin Siegfried has shared with us his entry in the staff division of Classic-Pirates.com's Pillage The Village II building contest. Although not a classic pirate MOC, still a pirate MOC, and quite a good one at that! With a back story about a half-hearted space pirate and his trial for piracy, this is a great thread to visit.

Check out PTVII Staff Entry: The Luvly Lady by Siegfried in the Pirate forum!

PTVII – Large Category Winners

Monday, December 28th, 2009
The Winners are in!

The Winners are in!

The votes have been tallied, and it's time to find out who the winners are!

Find out now in the Pirate Forum!

PTVII: The Slippery Eel by Infomaniac

Monday, December 28th, 2009
Prisoner Escape!

Prisoner Escape!

Revenge! The redcoats are executing their pirate prisoners, to avenge their fallen comrades. All seems lost for the pirates as the last three of the crew line up down range of the imperial muskets. In a last ditch effort Peg-leg Pasco kicks a banana peel under the foot of his executioner and jumps off the side of the building into the churning seas below. He begins swimming for land with one thought on his mind, Revenge!

Discuss The Slippery Eel by Infomaniac in the forum!

PTVII: Back To Work! by Ratshot

Sunday, December 27th, 2009
Teamwork!

Teamwork!

Now that there's not a strong need for soldiers and nothing for the pirates to pillage, unemployment levels rise, to unbelievable heights. To counter this issue, the governments of all the different groups Redcoats, Bluecoats and Pirates start work projects like bridge building, road repairing and mass farming.

Set sail to discuss Back To Work by Ratshot in the forum!

PTVII: A Common Enemy by DarthNick

Saturday, December 26th, 2009

PTVII Medium Entry: A Common Enemy by DarthNick

After the great Pirate-Imperial war of 1789 was over, an era of peace between the two enemies began. Laughter, beer, and many great stories were shared between Pirates and Imperials.

But anger and resentment still lied deep inside both sides. And instead of taking out their anger on each other, they found a common enemy. Seagulls. Loud, annoying, and messy, seagulls were the one thing both sides hated. And so began the great sport of Seagull Blasting, where the Pirates and Imperials would compete to see who could shoot down more seagulls using a cannon. In the background the big wigs of both sides were making bets, because neither side wanted to stop looking for treasure...

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PTVII: 1762 Port Kingston by Nate

Friday, December 25th, 2009
A peaceful port in 1762

A peaceful port in 1762

Eurobricks member Nate has constructed Port Kingston for the Pillage the Village contest! At the year 1762, the peace treaty was signed. To remember this year the date was put on the government building in Port Kingston. Nate hasn't only been working on the date in the wall, he also made a splendid ship and port buildings with it!

Discuss 1762 Port Kingston by Nate in the forum!

PTVII: Royale Trading Post by Evildead

Thursday, December 24th, 2009
The Royale Trading Post on St. Ann's Cliff

The Royale Trading Post on St. Ann's Cliff

Eurobricks member Evildead has entered the Large division in PTV2 with his Royale Trading Post. Build on the high rock called St. Ann's Cliff.  Now there is finally peace, the rest returned to the island again! With great details and much more nice aspects this entry is a very good one!

Make sure to check Royale Trading Post by Evildead  in the forum!

PTVII: Carats 4 Carrots by I Scream Clone

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009
Peaceful life between Pirates and Islanders!

Peaceful life between Pirates and Islanders!

Following a chance discovery of a secluded island tribe, local pirates struck up a bargain to turn a small part of the island into a safe retreat from Imperials. In exchange for some treasure the islanders allowed the pirates to come and go and conduct their business on the island. The pirates were satisfied with the arrangements and enjoyed their time with the natives, even accepting the strange vegetarian sacrifice ceremonies that took place from time to time.

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