So let us visit the Pirates forum to read all about the RTS Zavala!
The Gasp©e Affair was a significant event in the American Revolution.
The HMS Gasp©e, a British revenue schooner that had been vigorously enforcing unpopulair trade regulations ran aground in shallow water, on June 9, 1772 near what is now known as Gaspee Point in the city of Warwick, Rhode Island while chasing the packet boat Hannah.
In an act of defiance that gained considerable notoriety, the ship was attacked, boarded, stripped of valuables and torched by American patriots led by Abraham Whipple. Click here to read more about it on Wikipedia!
So come on over to the Pirates forum to discuss SirNadroj's MOC: The Gasp©e Affair!
This gang of pirates love collecting gold, silver, diamonds, and of course booty in general.
Ah pillage the whole village!
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What a fleet! Mile85 presents us with images of his new pirate MOCs in his first post for ages. And what a great way to return to the world's best forum! With awesome, huge pirate galleons and elite, fast imperial boats, this is anyone's victory!
Who will win in this epic LEGO battle? Have your say about Mile85's MOC ship collection in the pirate forum.
Often for LEGO ships, the large pre-fabricated hull parts are used, producing good results, but when something is made with a custom hull, it is something special. In this great MOC, DARKspawn has used many clever techniques to give the hull that wooden look, as well as an incredible attention to detail.
Swing by the pirate forum and check The Black Meg out properly.
Not too long ago, SirNadroj treated us to a beautiful MOC - The Drunken Kraken. She was a sturdy ship, said by some to be unsinkable, so it came as a great surprise to Eurobricks members when she was found at the bottom of the ocean! I guess that's just what happens when sailing in enemy waters...
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"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.
The Armadarctic went terribly off course back in 1588...
That masterful MOCer SlyOwl brings us yet another a grisley yet fascinating MOC utilising his superior building skills.
Discuss the fate of the Armadarctic in the LEGO Pirates Forum