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Bahamian Rhapsody by I Scream Clone

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Bahamian Rhapsody

Eurobricks History Moderator I Scream Clone brings us an amazing scene of a busy ocean side town. The tile work on the floor alone is worth a jaw dropping awe, that is just one of the many talented building techniques that ISC used. The pictures really tell the story here.

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Ugly Berta’s Tavern by Petronel

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Ugly Berta's Tavern isn't that ugly

Petronel brings us a fantastic Tavern that is part boat, and part Tavern. This looks lovely from the outside but there is more to see inside. Pull up a stool and have a pint inside.

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Preparation of Fish by nerowCZ

Friday, January 20th, 2012

You call that a fish!

New Euro Bricks member nerowCZ brings us a MOC showing Pirates on their off time. With a fish you might not call a fish, this Fish Prep shack is just the right size. Wait, that's a fish?!

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House of Pirates by Elena

Sunday, January 15th, 2012
House of Pirates, a LEGO MOC by Elena

Seems rather quiet...

Check out this fine MOC from Brickshelf user Elena, brought to our attention by Classic-Pirates.com news scout SirSven7. The place seems rather peaceful for a pirate house, but hey - those guys need some place to relax too!

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Volcano Island Outpost by Captain Heineken

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Volcano Island Outpost, where are the boats?

Captain Heineken has brought us a a small outpost where the bluecoats can stand guard for any incoming redcoats. It may be small but it is designed well. I especially like the walls made out of 1 x 1 round bricks. I don't think any redcoats will be getting by this outpost anytime soon. I wonder how those bluecoats are going to switch out shifts?

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Ruins of Palenque by Capt. Stabbin

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Ruins of Palenque, a Mayan-inspired LEGO MOC by Capt. Stabbin

Relics of a Mayan city.

Classic-Pirates.com user Capt. Stabbin has built this MOC inspired by a real-life Mayan city called Palenque. It really catches the feel of the original - you can tell it yourself by comparing it to the picture provided by Capt. Stabbin himself in the forum thread.

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Forgotten Outpost by Trevor Van Aalst

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011
LEGO Pirate MOC Forgotten Outpost by Trevor Van Aalst

The outpost may have been forgotten, but the MOC certainly hasn't!

Check out this great creation from Flickr member Trevor Van Aalst!  Unlike some of the bustling MOCs we have seen lately, Trevor made this MOC convey a feeling of abandonment yet he did not skimp on the details to do so.  Notice the custom palm tree, brick-built tattered sail, perfectly lifeless minifigures and the beginning signs of decay in the nicely built round tower.  Subtly is harder to achieve than chaos, so let's give three cheers to Trevor for pulling it off so flawlessly.

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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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