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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.

Discuss this inventive MOC in the pirate forum.

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!

Discuss Puerto Rodrego by SlyOwl in the pirate forum

Castaway t’ Neverland by SlyOwl

Friday, November 7th, 2008

On a remote island in one of the seven seas, a marooned sailor sets up a small shack with only his pet dog for comfort. In this recent MOC SlyOwl has used everyday parts in new and unexpected ways.

Perhaps this island isnt so bad after all

Perhaps this island isn't so bad after all

SlyOwl has created this small island using many wonderful and inquisitive techniques. Many a part has been used in a new unexpected way such as to make brick built animals, plants or even part of the landscape. Check out all the pictures in the forums!

Discuss Castaway t' Neverland by SlyOwl in the forums.

Port Invasion by Hickley

Saturday, November 1st, 2008

Look out Eurobricks staff! Hinckley is coming for you with his cruel and gruesome entry for the Pillage the Village pirate MOC contest!

Just when you thought the staff had forgotten, our Eurobricks admin presents this amazing MOC for the staff Pillage the Village contest. Featuring most of the pirate involved staff of Eurobricks, this gruesome MOC includes many clever and invovative techniques, alongside some of the best poses ever put into a LEGO model's minifigs.
See Port Invasion by Hinkley in the pirate forum while there are still some staff left to administrate it for you!

The Captain’s Tricorner by Capt. Kirk

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Pirates over the ages have loved to steal treasure. They also enjoyed collecting trophies, in particular the hat of the ship or military port they were raiding.

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Pirates loved to collect trophies

Capt. Kirk rebuilt his first pirate MOC, The Captain's Tricorner. Some pirates are trying to get away with the Captain's hat but they will have to make it through the guards first. Once back safely on their ship they can happily gloat and show off their new prize.

Click here to discuss The Captain's Tricorner, a MOC by Capt. Kirk in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.

Pirate’s Treasure by CrimsonWolf

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

It was long believed that pirates buried their treasure under the sand. However, this theory was later squashed with the discovery of this fine MOC.

Click to discuss Pirate's Treasure by CrimsonWolf inthe pirate forum.

Be sure to see the hidden cave where the treasure is stowed away. And there's only one way to do that... Head to the pirate forum to discuss Pirate's Treasure by CrimsonWolf!

A Pirate Band! by CVSIPS_CELIDVS

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

A Pirate Band! MOC by CVSIPS_CELIDVS
Yaaarrrg! This new MOC be music to me ears! And with such a classy group of musicians, what else would we expect? This is a truly entertaining bunch of scallywags, certainly worth a look!

See their Classic-Pirates.com exclusive concert in the pirate forum.

LDD Imperial Fort Isle by Joey Lock

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

LEGO® Digital Designer has many uses, so it goes without saying that a great LDD pirate MOC rakes up a fuss. So prepare to be fussing pirate fans, because Joey Lock has something HUGE in store for us!

Here Joey demonstrates that LDD can be taken seriously as a tool for designing awesome fortresses. What lies before us spans three unique structures, all maintaining that classic piratical atmosphere, further aided by coastal details built into the foreground. This fort would definitely make a fine addition to anyone's collection, but - of course - there is the price tag...

Discuss it - now!



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