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Thursday, July 18th, 2019 The Pirate Bay

In case you missed it Eurobricks own Paokus shared Pirate Bay back in February.

The Lego Ideas project has reached 10,000 supporters very quickly and is in the review stage!

Fingers crossed we get a great pirate set soon!

Be sure to drop a congrats on the milestone in the original post!

HMS Surprise

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

The HMS Surprise (a frigate that was commissioned in 1794) has been recreated in this MOC by Skulls1234.

So Trim to and sail on over to the Pirate Forum and check out this ship!

 

HMS Colourless: Lovechild of Steamboat Willy and a Pirate Ship

Friday, July 12th, 2019

Inspired by the black & white beauty of that "Steamboat Willy" set, Captain Braunsfeld of Eurobricks has posted the analogon for the Age of Pirates: The HMS Colourless in the Pirate Forum

Even the crew is all black and white!  So don't be a scurvy dog go check this one out now!

Administrative Offices, Port Woodhouse

Friday, July 12th, 2019

Recently fellow Eurobricker Ayrlego shared his latest build in the settlement of Port Woodhouse, as part of the Bretheren of the Brick Seas game in the Pirate Forums

If you've never heard of the Bretheren of the Brick Seas, it is an online role-playing game based in the golden age of sail.

Now ... March on over to see what those Corries are up to post haste!

Pirate Island vs Imperial Fort

Monday, July 8th, 2019

Eurobricks member Pantelis shared a first Pirate Creation recently.  He states that he normally does historic MOC's but wanted to try something with Pirates.  We sure are glad he did as it is a great interpretation on the classic Pirates sets!

So ease the sheet and set an new course to sail on over to check this out on the Pirate Forum!

LEGO Ideas: The Pirate Bay!!

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 The Pirate Bay

Eurobricks member, Paokus (or Bricky_Brick as he's known on LEGO Ideas) brings us the first pirated theme submission to gain 10,000 votes - get excited because the project is now officially under review!

For more images or updates on the review, visit The Pirate Bay thread in the LEGO Pirates Forum.

From LEGO Ideas...

Prepare the cannons sailors,  you have to defend the bay!
Welcome to the impregnable pirate fortress, house of Red beard, many sailors fear these waters, the most dangerous pirates make their stop here. Be careful not to be locked in jail or possibly the only place you can be, as long as you do not find the secret exit.

There is a rumor, they say that there is a treasure map, it is believed that it is below the canteen, many of them are looking for the treasure but none of them have yet achieved it. Will you be able to find it?

It is time to return to the classics and what better than this super bastion built on shipwrecks, with traps like the pendular anchor that warns unexpected visitors and the dog and the monkey guardian. The food is delicious in our tavern, many pirates only stop to eat here. In this small pirate town we find a small farm with pigs and chickens, lobsters crabs and fish, also delight this area.

A Modular set that includes 7 minifigures and:
1 monkey, 1 scorpion, 3 crabs, 3 hens, two pigs, 3 parrots, a shark and a dog.

I hope you like this model very much, I felt, very comfortable designing it, it was a return to the classics;)

Thank you very much pirates!

La Torre Olvidada by Ultimo

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

"Old forgotten guard tower, known as La Torre Olvidada is located somewhere in the Caribbean. For a long period it has belonged to the Spanish armada. After a long siege it has been abandoned, and some years after the Capt. Cristóbal and his men found their hideout there. When they aren't busy drinking rum, they take off from there to steal the gold, using the island as the storage for their loot."

Stop by the forum and comment on La Torre Olvidada by Ultimo!

Battle for the Fountain of Youth by Simon S

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

EB member and Castle builder Simon_S decided to try his hand at Pirates and built this wonderful scene.  Great part usage along with  building techniques make this a great creation.

 

Stop by the forum and comment on Battle of the Fountain of Youth!

The Battle of St. Lucia by Mark of Falworth

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

EB member Mark of Falworth has created another masterpiece!  Stunning brickwork, amazing details, and great minifig action bring this creation to life.  It really showcases Marks ability to create spectacular landscapes rich in texture, color, and interesting building techniques.  Truly a work of art by a great artist!

Stop by the forum and comment on The Battle of St. Lucia by Mark of Falworth!

Black Pearl by Orfeuz

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

New member Orfeuz built this wonderful rendition of the classic PTOC ship.  After a year and a half of work it is ready,  just in time for ItLUG Lecco 2014.  Truly amazing work with lots of details, and custom sails and rigging!

Sail on over to the forum and comment on Black Pearl by Orfeuz!



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