MOCs Archive

Fort Brighton East by ZCerberus

Saturday, April 18th, 2009
Three years ago, ZCerberus presented his extensive Fort Brighton, a MOC that had previously been shown in WIP form. Since then, he has become one of the Pirate forum's most celebrated MOCers, posting numerous wondeful creations spanning a wide variety of themes. It is now, after a long period of inactivity, ZCerberus has returned with his latest, and easily most spectacular, exploit: a complete makeover of his original Fort Brighton!
An old favorite enhanced to meet new standards
An old favorite enhanced to meet new standards

ZCerberus has done multiple rebuilds, but none as comprehensive as this. Not only has he trippled the size and changed the colors of the buildings, but this new fort, which is only the east end of the keep, is even larger than the entire original! Other new features, such as underground caves, stained-glass windows, and new tiled roofs, are abundant in the MOC, as well as a few scattered goodies - can you spot them?

Discuss the ongoing project in the Pirate forum!

Watch his original Fort Brighton in action on the Classic-Pirates.com YouTube Channel!

HMS Leopard, by Captain K.

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

This masterpiece was built by Captain K. The HMS Leopard is a British Royal Navy Class 4 Battleship with 60 cannons.

Click here to discuss Captain K.'s HMS Leopard in the Classic Pirates forum

Make sure that you discuss the HMS Leopard in the Pirate forum.

“La Angel” by PurirideVry

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009
Technique, anyone?

Technique, anyone?

 Sometimes, MOCs are so packed with new and innovative techniques that you end up staring at it for quite a while. This is certainly the case with PurirideVry's La Angel, a three masted ship with what is undoubtedly the best use of wedge pieces ever to be used in a Pirate MOC.

Discuss PurirideVry's "La Angel" in the Pirate forum!

Huge British Army by General Armendariz

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009


Huge armies are often a spectacle, but this one is something amazing! With over 450 soldiers in a beautiful formation, Armendariz hints of another army in the works...

See this amazing work of art in the Pirate forum!

Galleon by Ciamoslaw Ciamek

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

Galleon by Ciamoslaw Ciamek

Cap'n Blackmoor shares with us this interesting MOCpages find created by Ciamoslaw Ciamek. His MOCpages account reads:

"XVII century. The great discoverer and adventurer, Herman Coldres, sails with his small galleon and fresh recruited crew for an another conquer in the New World."

Trust us when we say you'll want to check this one out properly!

So, hurry on over to the Pirate forum to see more and discuss this magnificent galleon!

Aye, Sea Turtles by SlyOwl

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Master MOCer SlyOwl delights our eyes with his latest MOC, "Aye, Sea Turtles".

Aye, Sea Turtles by SlyOwl

Reel em' in!

Enjoy the beautiful palms and beach, and then escape the island on the back of a sea turtle. If you're lucky you may even catch a fish along the way!

See more pictures and discuss "Aye, Sea Turtles" by SlyOwl in the Pirate Forum!

Forgotten Soldier by Talon Karrde

Sunday, March 29th, 2009
Now lonely, here forever I stay...

Now lonely, here forever I stay...

Talon Karrde presents us with yet another truly amazing LEGO® creation! He has a reputation of great MOCs, and this one, entitled 'Forgotten Soldier', is no exception. As a test of tiled water rather than the more common SNOT variety, Mister Karrde has used many an unusual technique and in equaly unusual ways!

But don't take our word for it, head to see Forgotten Soldier by Talon Karrde for yourself in the pirate forum!

MOC: Head Shot by Vig-Lego93

Friday, March 27th, 2009

Bang and the dirt is gone! Well in this case bang and his head is gone. Brickbeard thrives on punishing poor soldiers he captures, but perhaps this time he has gone a bit too far. Trapped inside barrel of a cannon ready to be fired, the soldier will have to make his escape before Brickbeard lights the fuse!

Click to discuss Head Shot, a MOC by Vig-Lego93 in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Head Shot, pretty self explanatory

Vig-Lego93 has produced a little vignette for us to marvel at. Although the concept is simple, the MOC has been designed in an interesting way and also has added small details to give a little more 'uniqueness' to the scene.

Click to discuss Head Shot, a MOC by Vig-Lego93 in the Pirate forum!



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