Classic-Pirates.com user Brig. Brick presents his latest MOC - the Bluecoat stronghold. As you can see, it includes a fort, a harbour town, and we even witness two ships arrive at the place! The blue-coated soldiers who we have seen sailing these waters since 1989 now have a new base to plan their attacks against enemies!
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Eurobricks member RTN LNA has put together a Navy from an alternate history of Texas. It was posted here some time ago, but the Navy was on display at Brick Fiesta this year, and we're bringing it back as a blast from the past! There are several vessels here, so it's definitely worth a look.
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LEGOLANDs are famous for their Minilands, areas where cities and other environments are recreated in LEGO form. The new LEGOLAND Florida has an entire section dedicated to LEGO Pirates, complete with mini-scale ships, a harbor town, shipworks, and a reappearance by Captain Redbeard! Insidethemagic has a photostream on flickr with a lot of awesome pictures. Check it out here.
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Eurobricks member mali has created an amazing pirate scene featuring several classic Pirate sets, all lovingly rendered using 3ds Max and LeoCAD. That's right; each and every brick in this amazing scene is a computer generated image! Mali's scene includes the Lagoon Lock-up, the Eldorado Fortress, and several variations on the Caribbean Clipper. Be sure to check out the excellent fly through animation!
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Classic-pirates.com user Corioso and his fellow builder Stiker499 present us a great battle scene between Blue Coats and the Pirates. It seems that Captain Blackbeard is up to no good again. But this time the Blue Coats are awaiting his landing party at the shore.
All Minifigs feature fleshy parts and the whole scene is very detailed. Some good photography adds to the feeling!
Who will win this battle? Head over and discuss Blue Coats vs. Pirates! by Corioso & Stiker499 in the Classic-Pirates forum!
Today we at Classic-Pirates.com wish to present you this beautiful soldiers' fortress built by Flickr Member Peter deYeule. Check out its original shape as well as some other cool details!
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Check out these custom LEGO soldiers made by Classic-Pirates.com and Eurobricks user michaelozzie. All the attention to detail makes them look truly amazing!
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