Soldiers Archive

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!

More Piratical Drawings!

Monday, September 21st, 2009
A Grim Day

A Grim Day

Classic-Pirates.com member Apache strikes again with another outstanding piece of art work, this time a grim looking redcoat soldier.

Click to discuss Apache's interesting Red Coat drawing in the forum.

Hardee’s Manual of Arms

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Ateennn...tion!

Ateennn...tion!

It's all very well to send your Bluecoats and Redcoats marching off to battle, but any real soldier knows that the only way to win a battle is to be trained and prepared, and the only way to train and prepare your troops for battle is with Hardee's Manual of Arms. And luckily for you, manual-loving Imperial Scouts has provided us with just that!

Learning the many accurately described positions and formations can help you  authentically reproduce various actions in MOCs, BrikWars games, and Brick Flicks alike, so make sure you read the whole of ImperialScouts' Manual of Arms. Then remember to sail by the Discussion Thread and compliment his efforts!

The Battle Rages On…

Friday, August 14th, 2009

Standing on opposite sides of the battlefield, Redcoats and Bluecoats stare at each other, hatred burning in their eyes. An orange fox in pirate attire steps between the two: moderator doubling as a mediator Zorro determines which side goes first. Redcoats begin! Bluecoats begin! All around the Mediterranean, one army raises scaffolding while the other assigns spies. That's right, Pirate fans - the 1st Annual Redcoat VS. Bluecoat Tournament of Retribution is well under way!Tournament of Retibution on Classic-Pirates.comFour skirmishes are currently in progress in the Pirate forum. These are...

Raging Redcoats Regiment vs. Out of the Blue

Courageous Redcoat Company vs. Big Bad Blues

Bloody Brilliant Redcoats vs. Bluecoat Team 3

Ravenous Redcoats vs. Blue Thunder

    Each team has spectacular builders and fantastic entries - but only one side can prevail. As devoted team members work to get in their two vignettes, the tournament judges have the difficult job of choosing the winning side amongst the hordes of notable creations. Twenty creations must be taken into account per thread, each being scored points for build, wit, historical accuracy, and much more. And so far, the judges have been presented with a difficult challenge!

    Part of that challenge, unfortunately, involves finding the entries themselves. Useless spam, cruel insults, and other garbage have been paraded around each tournament thread, and something has to be done about it. There are some comments that are constructive, and others that are not. Try to stop bashing the other side - though at times, it can seem so fun - and provide criticism and compliments that don't insult or upset someone else. We're glad that everyone's having fun, but this is just a game.

    Are some of you in the dark and somehow have no idea what this commotion is? You can learn all about it in the tournament enlistment thread!



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