Pirates Archive

Why Kids Shouldn’t Be Pirates by Stormbringer

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

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He has this bad habit of killing when he doesn't get his way.

This MOC is so full of detail, that I believe every MOC'er around here can find something useful in it. Not only the techniques are nice, the story is funny too. About a child who's misbehaving because he wants to be a pirate. But according to the Flickr description "the captain might look like a mere child to his crewmen, but he is the son of a powerful and feared pirate lord of the southern seas".

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The Fort at Isla D’Or by 2 Much Caffeine

Monday, February 21st, 2011

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A beautiful fort on a beautiful location.

2 Much Caffeine has made a small but nice fort. There are some good and useful techniques in this MOC, for the floor, the water, the roof and the well. Whether it's a Pirate, a Bluecoat or a Spanish fort, it's worth a closer look.

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The pirates are here! by pif500

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

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Sure those pirates are in their element!

Pirates are raiding a village with only a very small defence army. Villagers are trying to escape from either pirates or sharks, the cannon is roaring, a house is set on fire and people are fighting everywhere!

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Guess who is in town tonight ? by 74louloute

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

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Watch out! The pirates are in town!

And another poor little village gets pillaged by a bunch of vicious pirates!  It sounds cruel but this MOC is really worth to take a look at.  It contains some very nice features, like stained glass windows, an interesting floor technique, and a good-looking tower. Another special feature is that it has only flesh coloured minifigs, while most MOC's still have yellow ones.

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Celebrating Victory by Piglet

Friday, December 24th, 2010
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Now that's how to celebrate a victory!

Eurobricks member Piglet has made a great MOC  long ago, but he had not posted it yet. Such a shame! It was made for a contest and it looks jolly good! The pirates are really celebrating victory in the pirates way, with lots of beer, chickens and women.

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Prison Tower by CCOOK

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Prison Tower, a LEGO Pirates island-based MOC by CCOOK

The island, the tower... and the shark!

Check out this pretty nice land-based MOC presented to us by Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com user CCOOK. The Prison Tower is full of eye-catching details and a lot of action!

The angry shark definitely adds more life to that scene. Or is it death?

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Rocky Reef Hideout by Derfel Cardarn

Monday, October 25th, 2010
A place to hide for pirates!

The place for a pirate to hide, stash the treasure and get drunk!

Our MOC-Expert Derfel Cardarn presents us his latest work. He decided to present this MOC because it was some time ago since his last Pirate MOC, and we are glad he did! Filled with great detail, landscaping work and architecture. Take a look at the bridges for example!

Off you go to see the Rocky Reef Hideout by Derfel Cardarn in the forum!

CraniumCrag by Legohaulic

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

That rock doesn't seem very good-natured...

A brave admiral is saving his daughter from a bunch of vicious pirates. That's what this MOC is about. That is, I think it is, it's a brickshelf find. Legohaulic has made a great pirate hideout in the shape of something like a skull. Not only the rock is a wonderfoul creation, it also has a nice interior with lots of gold, ladders and plants (and pirates of course).

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