Soldiers Archive

Fort Cliff by Puriri

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Hopefully those soldiers don't have fear of heights!

Classic-Pirates member Puriri has posted one of his MOC's for the first time. It was such a good creation that he made it to the frontpage straightaway! He has made a very high cliff and a great stairway leading to the fort on top of it. It's almost impossible for any enemy soldiers to occupy Fort Cliff. Creator Puriri isn't completely satisfied by the name of it, so any suggestion is welcome.

Do you have a suggestion for the name of his fort, or do you want to see the magnificent stairs?

Then head over to the forum and see Fort Cliff by Puriri for yourself!

Le Grandeur by Captain Zuloo

Friday, January 29th, 2010

A brand new frigate appears at the horizon!

Shipyard Master Captain Zuloo has been working on this wonderful frigate, and now it is finished! With fantastic colours, great curved shape and outstanding sails this ship is a pleasure to the eye. It took some time to build it all, but the work has paid off very well. Be sure to read the small story as well for a good laugh!

Go ahead and discuss Le Grandeur by Captain Zuloo in the forum!

Port Framboise by Unitron6991

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Bluecoats' land-based MOC Port Framboise by Unitron6991

Port Framboise - a MOC by Unitron6991!

Classic-Pirates.com user Unitron6991 has built a port for his bluecoat soldiers.

Port Framboise was made solely using pieces of three classic sets many of us know and love: 6259 Broadside's Brig, 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up, and 6265 Sabre Island. The MOC itself looks like a set that LEGO created at the beginning of 1990's but somehow kept a secret from us until today!

Check it out to get some classic LEGO Pirates feeling! The MOC is still Work in Progress but already looks like a finished set - we're eager to find out what the final version will look like. Keep checking it for updates!

Discuss Port Framboise from Unitron6991 in the forum!

Imperial Human Resources at work by 74Louloute

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

The Press Gang at work!

The Governor needs new sailors. He therefore decided to launch a major recruitment operation! Eurobricks member 74Louloute has been working on an awesome creation, based on historical facts. He makes it very clear why the press gang is called 'PRESS gang'. Being pressed into the crew! His creation is both funny and ingenious!

Come see 74Louloute's Imperial Human Resources at work! in the forum!

PTV II : Soldiers with no Work by Admiral Ron

Thursday, November 19th, 2009
Heave Ho!

Heave Ho!

Down in the Redcoats mine resides a team of hard working miners. Every now and then the Red Coats on duty have to haul up the minerals dug out by their workers and get them sent off the the governor. However most of the time they are just slacking and lazing around above the toiling mine shaft. And what's this? A skeleton of a Spaniard!How did he get down there?

Discuss Soldiers with no Work by Admiral Ron in the forums

PTVII: Eldorado Fortress 2009 by Kris Kelvin

Sunday, November 15th, 2009
Go to the Pirates forum to discuss kris Kelvin's Eldorado fortress 2009!
Eldorado Fortress 2009, by Kris Kelvin!

Being one of Kris Kelvin's all-time favourites, Eldorado Fortress 2009 is a tribute to the old Eldorado Fortress set produced by TLG.

 Discuss Kris Kelvin's Eldorado Fortress 2009 in the Pirates forum!

MOC : The Story of L’Archiveur by Ingmar

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

L'Archiveur a mighty 'Man o' War'. Once when navigating down the treacherous Eldorado River she was attacked and taken over by the French, could it pirates? Sporting a full 40 guns spread across the ships 3 decks. Ingmar's attention to deatil has excelled for him on this ship. It features a consistent recognisable colour scheme to enjoy as well as plenty of rigging that swamp the masts and sails for realistic effect.  At it's bow a majestic figure head spouts from a trail of golden guilding at her stern a ornately decorated aft section can be found.

Discuss MOC : The Story of L'Archiveur a 40 canon ship by Ingmar in the Classic-Pirates.com forums

40 canons of crushing

No matter how awesome this ship maybe the inspiration came from somewhere. In this instance it was out very own Classic-Pirates.com. Member Captain Green Hair also know as CGH recently created a wonderful tutorial showcasing the process of building a master class ship. It was a derivation of this tutorial that inspired Ingmar to create this marvellous vessel.

Discuss MOC : The Story of L'Archiveur by Ingmar in the forums

Fort Brighton East, WIP for 2009, by ZCerberus

Monday, October 19th, 2009

Fort Brighton keeps expanding! Read all about it in ZCerberus' thread about his impressive work!

Some teasers:

Go to the Pirates forum to see ZCerberus' magnificient work on Fort Brighton

The latest updates on the village.

And for those that haven't seen Fort Brighton yet (WIP):

Go to the Pirates forum to enjoy ZCerberus' Fort Brighton!

Fort Brighton

Now  discuss ZCerberus' latest work on Fort Brighton in the Pirates forum!



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