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Take all you can!!! by Peter deYeule

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

LEGO Pirate Take all you can MOC Peter deYeule

You can almost hear the pirate captain screaming, "Take all you can!!!"

This isn't the first time our news scouts have stumbled across a nice MOC by Flickr member Peter deYeule and it almost certainly will not be the last.  This time Peter gives us an action scene of a pirate raid on a New England town.  According to the creator himself, the pirates seek all the food, gold, beer, water and prisoners they can take.  There is a lot of fine detail in this MOC, from the SNOT water to the tiled animal barn to the flames on the villagers' roofs.  Head to the forum for a link to even more pictures of this creation now!

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Pirates 2 by MBB_Bros

Friday, December 16th, 2011

The mysterious fort known only as Pirates 2

Our News Scout has been busy looking for Pirate creations worthy of the classic-pirates.com blog. Today we have a fort known only as Pirates 2. It is a beautifully made fort that even has a grassy section for the royal cows to graze.

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Cannon Blast Island by Captain BeerBeard

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

Not even Cannons can stop Captain BeerBeard

A little cannon fire never scared a Pirate. Eurobricks own Captain Beerbeard brings us a delightful MOC showing his Pirate hideout that has seen its share of battle.  From a great water technique to the cannon damaged building, this MOC is worth checking out.

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The Robbery by Corioso

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
LEGO Pirate MOC The Robbery by Corioso

Perfect blend of chaos and craftsmanship!

Eurobricks member Corioso perfectly blends the fleshy figures from LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, LEGO Harry Potter and LEGO Prince of Persia into this superb MOC.  The figures are not the only highlight here as Corioso also built interior spaces in all the buildings and provides many well taken photos of the whole creation to let a story unfold.

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Mayan Temple by Basiliscus

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

LEGO Pirate MOC Mayan Temple by Basiliscus

And now for something completely different.

Eurobrick's member Basiliscus shows us something we do not see very often, a colorful Mayan MOC.  Basiliscus says the MOC was built to go along with the red and tan geometrical pattern featured on its floor.  The geometrical pattern is not the only thing that makes this MOC great.  I love the minifigures' inventive tribal dress (especially the black and red priest), the statues on the temple and docking area and the brick-built canoe.

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Imperial Trading Post Redux by Peter deYeule

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

LEGO Pirate MOC Imperial Trading Post Redux by Peter deYeule

Imperial Trading Post Redux... Redux...

This is not just another ForbiddenCove.com Jolly Roger Contest entry, this is a beautiful re-imagining of a classic pirate set.  Peter deYeule's version of the classic set really does feel like a place where merchants bring their wares.  The highlights of Peter's version include a light house on the tiled docks, two well built cranes and a great, updated trading ship.

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Piazza by Hardegon

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011
LEGO Pirate MOC Piazza by Hardegon

Beautiful detailing make this pirate town come to life!

Piazza is alive!  Not only has Flickr member Hardegon done a great job with the larger aspects of this MOC, like the houses and great tiling work on the streets, but also with all the small details, like a fountain, street light, medieval statue and all the merchants peddling their wares.  The details are certainly the best aspect of any MOC and these details make this town pop.

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Liberty Inn by ZCerberus

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
Liberty Inn

The Liberty Inn

Classic-Pirates own ZCerberus has made a stunning Inn for your Pirate crew to pillage. The details make this MOC just look right. From the curved stone walls to the balcony, and tiling details this MOC looks better then LEGO's own Medieval Market Village in my opinion. The details are much more pronounced; the roof, the windows, the stone work and just about everything else is a much more detailed that market set. Be sure to check it out!

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