Imperial Armada Archive

Discovery of America by Alibabo

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
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The first Spaniards in America.

Eurobricks member Alibabo has made a very decent MOC of one of the most famous events in world history: the discovery of America by Columbus in 1492. With a great ship, some tropical plants and of course a number of conquistadores this creation seems pretty complete.

Discuss Discovery of America by Alibabo in the forum.

Fort Worth by pif500

Thursday, February 10th, 2011
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An Armada fortress.

A MOC with a nice cannon base design, and an interesting window technique. Eurobricks member pif500 did a good job again on this Armada fortress.

Check out Fort Worth by pif500 in the forum!

Armada Flagship by nyanta

Saturday, May 15th, 2010

An Imperial Armada Flagship - a Lego MOC built by nyanta

A beautiful vessel built for Imperial Armada soldiers

Not only new and fresh MOCs deserve to be shown here. Sometimes we find old creations that definitely deserve being blogged on Classic-Pirates.com.

Like, for example, this neat vessel. Built using parts from two Armada Flagship sets, it has a nice white, blue and green colour scheme. It also proves that relatively large and splendid-looking ships can be built using standard narrow hull sections. Its builder - nyanta - really did some great job with it!

Discuss Armada Flagship by nyanta in the forum!

Grandeur a WIP ship by Captain Zuloo

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010
V3 of the Grandeur is a complete rebuild!

V3 of the Grandeur is a complete rebuild!

The first time Captain Zuloo first showed us his MOC the 'Grandeur', a majestic 28-gun frigate, was early last year. From then it has progressed greatly and has gone through many revisions and total restructures. Now nearly all that is left to complete are the masts and the remaining small details that can 'make or break' a MOC. I for one will be following this beautiful ship closely now it's in the final stages of its build. In the latest update Zuloo has really shown us through his progression how much time and effort it takes to pull off one of these great MOC ships.

Click here to follow the build of the Grandeur a WIP ship by Captain Zuloo in the forums

 

Puerto de la Cruz by Daniel G

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

The crimson red rooftops of Puerto de la Cruz are a welcome sight for any Imperial Soldiers. Decked out with a look out tower and armored fortress this port is a fair force to be reckoned with.

The armored fortress declares the port a fair force to be reckoned with

The armored fortress declares the port a fair force to be reckoned with

Daniel G's large MOC 'Puerto de la Cruz' is truly fantastic. The gleaming white buildings are compromised with dashes of yellow and red. Many fine details have been added such as bridges, Pirates and many more.

Go and check out Puerto de la Cruz by Daniel G in the Pirate forum

The making of the Galleon Nuestra Se±ora de la Concepci³n

Sunday, November 15th, 2009
A look behind the scenes!

A look behind the scenes!

No doubt you know about the Spanish Imperial Galleon Nuestra Se±ora de la Concepci³n, made by Bonaparte and Captain Green Hair. Now they surprise us with some pictures from the building process! From the first brick to a seaworthly, full rigged Galleon! You can see what teamwork can do!

Hurry to the forum to see how the Spanish Imperial Galleon Nuestra Se±ora de la Concepci³n was constructed!

Spanish Port Town by Lego_Warlord_8

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Spanish Port Town by Lego_warlord_8 on Classic-Pirates.com
As a practice for a larger MOC, Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Lego_Warlord_8 shares with us Pirate fans a great little cross-section MOC depicting part of a Spanish port. Although it was originally planned to have lighting, Lego_Warlord_8 was too excited to post his creation to wait for the lights to arrive. But it looks great as it is!

So come and see Spanish Port Town by Lego_Warlord_8 in the forum.

MOC: “Float By” by Gusalagupagoo

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Clash! The Pirates are attacking the Imperials again. Armed with deadly rapiers and cutlasses alike. The Imperials are outnumbered but the Pirates are too crowded and can't fight easily. Who will come out on top?

Click to discuss Float By, a MOC by Gusalagupagoo in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Man overboard!

Gusalagupagoo takes us to a new perspective on ship to ship combat. Forget all your galleons and warships and bring in your small rowing boats and prepare for battle.

Click to discuss "Float By" a MOC by Gusalagupagoo in the Pirate 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 Classic-Pirates.com forum.

PTV ENTRY: Dreamweb – The Spaniards are attacking! (large division)

Monday, December 22nd, 2008
Click here to go to Dreamweb's large PTV entry in the Pirates forum!

Dreamweb - The Spaniards are attacking!

I'd like to show you my large PTV contest entry. The Spaniards are attacking Islanders' village, burning down their huts and capturing their inhabitants to turn them into slaves. The poor villagers are trying to defend themselves but they won't stand much chance... And so the battle begins...

So let’s vote for your favourite entry in the Pirates forum.



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