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PTV ENTRY: Capt. Kirk – Walk the plank, you scabby dog! (medium division)

Monday, December 15th, 2008
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Capt. Kirk - Walk the plank, you scabby dog

Captain Jim Pitts and his henchmen have conquered and pillaged a medium-sized village somewhere in the Caribbean!

To show they do not appreciate empty city-treasures (and a bit for fun off course), they decided to follow Pitt's first lieutenant Bill Ainsworth's idea to upkeep the nice Piraty tradition of "walkin the plank" (with considerably less water then...).

Private Philippe P©tain was the first soldier to have the honour to meet Captain Jim & Co! Suitable, since he was the actual gatekeeper of the village.

Now it is the turn of Lieutenant Denis Beauregard, the only surviving officer of the massacre, to have the honour at jumping into the barrel, that is supposed to be filled with water ! His gardian angel is right under the balcony, the holy St-Celine , but will she help him survive?

One thing is sure... if the poor soldiers do not succeed in landing straight into the barrel, Jack Stribling, another henchman of Capt. Pitts, is standing ready to give them a neckshot to ease their suffering".

And who said again pirates weren't humane?

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PTV ENTRY: LuxorV – Don’t make them ask twice! (small division)

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008
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LuxorV - Don't make them ask twice!

Pirates are coming from the sea. They decide to pillage the nearest village. But it's just a small one. What a bad luck: only peasants here.

And an Inn...

To save his life and the lives of his loved ones, one of the folks tells the pirates about a secret treasure hidden in the Inn.

"The Innkeeper. He has the key" - he says.

Hunger of gold and jewels is stronger (just a little bit) than hunger of blood in these pirates. So they storm the Inn and capture the Innkeeper for asking.

"What I want you to know before we start" - says the Captain - "is that I get a really bad temper when people make me ask twice. So, where is the treasure?"

The Innkeper says: "I can grant you there's no treasure here. It's just that ruffian peasant. He wants to save his life, and throws me in instead!"

"That was a bad idea you had, Innkeper." - says the Captain, with a cold grin on his face. Then, to his men: "bring in the chains!"

After a short work, and a lot of screaming and whining, the Innkeper capitulated.

"You see, it wasn't that difficult, after all." - grins the Captain, with golden sparkles in his eyes, while his fellow pirate goes down the rope to get the treasure...

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PTV ENTRY: Etzel – Tower Of Despair (small division)

Monday, December 8th, 2008
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Etzel - Tower Of Despair

When the evil pirates came to pillage the village a young lady managed to escape to an abandoned watch tower. Unfortunately one of the soldiers came up with the same idea and the pirates followed him. Now there is no way to run and they can only pray that their deaths will be quick and painless

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If Tomorrow Never Comes by Gen. Knowledge

Friday, December 5th, 2008

"I can't do this anymore - there is no hope. I just...can't go on."

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Gen. Knowledge presents us with a tale of treachery and woe, deception and lies, sadness and misery. With a very inventive use of green whip pieces as a tree, this MOC is presented beautifully in every aspect.

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Clear Sea CobbleStone by NewRight

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008
Strange things on the horizon...

Strange things on the horizon...

"Sir" says the fort watchman to his admiral. "Look to sea!" The admiral turns in the direction the watchman is pointing. "Why I do beleive it's - it's a man in a box! What will our SeaBoard adventurer find in China?

Find out what the man in the box is up to.

Lagoon Lockup Overhauled by PorscheCm2

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

A great set just got even better...

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This here is a fine MOC to be sure. This was a great set, and now that we know what a bit of skill can do with it, it just got a whole heap better. Utilising clever techniques and innovative uses of everyday bricks, this is a Brickshelf find not to be missed!

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Pirates of the Bermuda Triangle by Brian Darrow

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Brian Darrow presents us with this wonderful pirate scene depicting miscalculated time travel! This is what happens when many hundred pirates zip out of a time portal to discover - a modernised water front.

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Puerto Rodrego – MOC by SlyOwl

Friday, November 21st, 2008

Puerto Rodrego is an old shanty town located somewhere on the Spanish coastline. Created by someone who has lost their socks, it is shrouded with secret and mystery.

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The town is encapsulated in deception and the occult...

Puerto Rodrego has been tainted by a small drug industry, murder and famine. Even the Imperials struggle to survive in the barren landscape that they have been put in charge of!

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