Pirates Archive

Death’s Breath by Dr Rod

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010
Death's Breath, a custom LEGO pirate ship by Dr Rod

A magnificent pirate vessel...

Check out this amazing giant pirate ship called Death's Breath, built by Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Dr Rod. The picture shows the vessel being displayed at BrickExpo in Canberra, Australia.

Its creator claims it was built hastily - certainly the picture doesn't show that. The interior details are still to be completed, so good luck with that!

Discuss Death's Breath by Dr Rod in the forum!

Shipwreck Town by Swash Buckler

Thursday, July 15th, 2010
"Click" here to comment on this MOC in the Pirate Forum

Pirate Town - Built from Pirate wreckage.

Where do Pirate ships go when they have sailed their last voyage?  To this pirate town built completely from sunken pirate ship wreckage.  The details are worth taking a closer look, as this is a very well constructed MOC.

Be sure to comment on "Pirate Town" in the Pirate Forum.

Naughty Pirate by Aquolina

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

A peeping Pirate

The Naughty Pirate

Pirates are not known for having the best morals.  This fine example of a Pirate shows us just what kind of morals they have.   Be sure to check out the tiled floor and details in side the nice ladies bedroom.   The cutaway room really shows the details.  Get your peek in the Pirate forum.

Comment on this Naughty Pirate in the forum.

War on St. Croix by Robinson

Saturday, June 12th, 2010
The fight on St. Croix

A fierce battle going on!

Eurobricks member Robinson has been working on this beautiful creation. There are some nice elements in here, the rope bridge and the cliff for example. Not forget to mention all the action going on!

Check out the War on St. Croix by Robinson in the forum before the battle is over!

Shark Attack by Scrat

Monday, April 26th, 2010

Shark Attack, a pirate Lego creation by Scrat

Seems hungry...

Check out this very nice-looking MOC from Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Scrat.

The giant hungry creature seen here is of course a Duplo shark, which, as you see, fits pretty well as part of this violent and bloody scene.

It doesn't seem like the pirates have any chance of survival...

Discuss Shark Attack from Scrat in the forum.

Paddles’ Inn by MetroiD

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Paddles' Inn, a land-based Lego creation by MetroiD

The inn of the Pirates' Town

The Classic-Pirates.com's Community Build winners may have been announced, but there's still some interesting MOCs left worth mentioning... Like this beautiful inn built by Eurobricks member MetroiD.

It features two floors with a total of 3 bedrooms, and a nice-looking yard which even has an outhouse. Please also note the very interesting roof design. This Pirate Lego creation has even a backstory of its own - make sure to read it too!

Discuss Paddles' Inn from MetroiD in the forum.

The Legend Of Porthgwarra by Derfel Cardarn

Monday, March 22nd, 2010
The Legend Of Porthgwarra by Derfel Cardarn

It seems like there are two people on the rock, or not? Mysterious...

Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Derfel Cardarn has started a new series of MOC's called 'Myths & Legends' and this is the first part. It is a great landscape with a lot of awesome buildings and other things. And that's not all...it is,  just like the rest of the series, combined with a myth or legend! For the story you will have to go to the forum. Other MOC's of the series will have something to do with a.o. Jack the Ripper and Sleepy Hollow. It's nice to follow this project because it's full of great details and very informative.

Make sure to check out The Legend Of Porthgwarra by Derfel Cardarn in the forum!

The Drunken Fish Tavern by Bricknave

Friday, February 26th, 2010

A land-based MOC - a tavern and a secret meeting place for pirates

Where the pirates get drunk...

As part of the Classic-Pirates.com Community Build, Eurobricks member Bricknave shows us his latest MOC. As the builder himself describes it, "Close to the sea, The Drunken Fish Tavern sells fresh(ish) food and alcohol. However, thanks to being far from the heart of the Imperial-Officer infested town, it is also a secret meeting place for pirates on the run!

The (removable) roof looks great, but the most interesting part is the tavern's interior (with stairs and two floors), so make sure to check it out! There's quite a party going on in there!

Discuss The Drunken Fish Tavern from Bricknave in the forum!



LEGO Company Ltd


Classic-Pirates.com is an unofficial Pirate LEGO® fan website which is not endorsed by the LEGO® Group. Please visit www.LEGO.com