Pirates Archive

Cranium Crag by Legohaulic

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Picture of Cranium Crag by Legohaulic

Bonaparte presents us with an amazing Brickshelf find. Cranium Crag, as called by it's builder Legohaulic, is a masterpiece in many ways. With it's characters, shape, interior - not to mention the fantastic aplications of SNOT, this is a MOC not to be missed. If only the builder would make himself known on Eurobricks!

Discuss this wonderful LEGO® creation in the Pirate Forum.

StoneW4′s Mighty Fleet

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

"Sail Ho" cries the lookout as StoneW4 sails into the pirate forum with his fleet! With three ships including a 3-deck ship of the line, this fleet is gold! It would make any sailors heart pound with fear.

See this powerful fleet here!

The Drunken Kraken

Saturday, October 11th, 2008

SirNadroj has provided us with an incredible new MOC, The Drunken Kraken! Set sail with Woody the pirate on board the Drunken Kraken to go looting in far off lands. It features a detailed stern and cabin.

Discuss the Drunken Kraken in the forums as well as look at the rest of the pictures.

Fire on the deck!

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

Hippotam writes "Here's a quick one. I build a raft for a larger diorama, but it didn't really fit there. I liked it though, so I assembled this quick vignette"

That pirate certainly appears to be in a spot of bother!  Dash to the LEGO Pirate Forum to discuss Hippotam's "Fire on the deck!" and discover the fait of our misfortunate friend.

The Rum Trade

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

by IScreamClone

"It is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels!"

The Rum Trade

So says Elizabeth Swann. Yet every pirate needs his heavenly elixir, so what better way to get it than through I Scream Clone's Rum Trade? Great landscaping, waves and a crow's nest top it all off, but rum remains - and always will - at the heart of a pirate's life!

Vile or delicious? You decide!

Port Antonio, by Evildead

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

Evildead's scene is reminiscent of classical Pirate sets, yet retains the aura of a fine MOC, capturing the slightly shanty-town-esque feel of the real-life port which inspired this. Watch out for the rat wars!

Going to have a drink in the Inn!

Going to have a drink in the Inn!

This port has an Inn with a bar, two bedrooms and a warehouse with a working crane. All the roofs and rooms are detachable. This turns the moc even more playable!

Drink up me hearthies, YO HO! 

Islander Nosh, by Slyowl

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008

 

Click here to discuss Islander Nosh, by Slyowl, in the Pirates forum!

Who wants some homemade soup?

SlyOwl turns cannibalism on its head! Check out the great use of the ball joint as a cooking pot and the flames concealed under the base - nifty!

Come to the feast!

Skeleton Pirate Ship, by Vincent Cheung

Saturday, July 26th, 2008
Click here to discuss the Sceleton Pirate Ship, by Vincent Cheung, in the Pirates forum!

Amazing ship...Fvin is the creator's signature!

Have you ever seen a broadside quite like this? Or even a ship like this? Vincent Cheung's ship is elaborately decorated using skeletons - and their horses - to give a bone-chilling effect!



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