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PICTORIAL REVIEWS: 6241 Loot Island by Paul Cantu & Lego12

Monday, November 17th, 2008

Forum users Lego12 and Paul Cantu have both reviewed the new Pirate set, 6241 Loot Island.  The result is two very different reviews for you to peruse.

Lego12's 6241 Loot Island Review

6241 Loot Island - now wheres the loot?

6241 Loot Island - now where's the loot?

6241 Loot Island Mini-Figures

6241 Loot Island Mini-Figures taken by Lego12

As you can see in the above picture the beard piece makes an official apperance in a Pirate set for first time ever and it's very suited to the Robin Crusoesque mini-figure which it adorns.

Once again Lego12 has packed his review with glorious pictures, so get yourself to the Pirate LEGO Forum to feast your eyes upon them!

Paul Cantu's 6241 Loot Island Review

6241 Loot Island Set Review by Paul Cantu

6241 Loot Island Set Review by Paul Cantu

Forum user Paul Cantu has also created a review of 6241 Loot Island, while not as comprehensive as Lego12's review it offers a different perspective of the set.

So once again, get your to the Pirate LEGO Forum to read Paul Cantu's 6241 Loot Island review.

How much do the new Pirate Sets costs?

Forum user Card has spotted the 2009 pirate sets at a Toys R Us in the USA and he's kindly shared his findings.  We're not yet certain if these are the recommended retail prices, but you can still check them out in the New Pirate sets at Toys R Us thread.

Comic in the new 2009 Soldier’s Fort set

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

Did you know that the 6242 Soldier’s Fort set contains a comic?  It most certainly does and we have pictures of the comic!

An excerpt from the comic

An excerpt from the comic

Of course we're only going to show you a two frame excerpt here, so if you want to see two pages worth of comic goodness you better get to the LEGO Pirate Forum this instant!

Want to BUY 2009 Pirate LEGO Sets?

Check out our 2009 Pirate LEGO set "eBay Auction Watch" thread which we update daily with new eBay auctions that YOU can win!

eBay not for you?  Keep your eye on our 2009 Pirates sets on Bricklink thread where we will be listing BrickLink sellers with 2009 Pirate LEGO sets in stock.

Prefer to order by phone? Our New pirate sets phone number! thread might have the answer for you.

How About Some General Discussion?

No problem!  Our Pirate Sets Found In Stores! thread has been there from the beginning, reporting every  sighting (well as many as we can find) of the news sets.  So don't miss out on the exciting discussion!

PICTORIAL REVIEW: 6242 Soldier’s Fort by Lego12

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

Lego12 delivers us a comprehensive set review of the new 6242 Soldier's Fort.  Turns out it's a Modular Design!

6242 Soldiers Fort - built

6242 Soldier's Fort - built (notice the flag is upside down?)

Lego12 has took dozens of pictures which display every facet of this wonderful new set.  There are even a few surpirses which have went unnoticed by the general pictures.

Dive into the Pirate LEGO Forum to see this set analysed in scrunitizing detail!

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-figures

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

We have pictures of the 2009 Imperial Guard Mini-figures - front and back!

LEGO Pirate Forum user Lego12 has been one of the lucky first to procure the 2009 Pirate LEGO sets.  There are set reviews brewing but while they're being finalised here's a little something for you...  The 2009 Imperial Guard mini-figures!

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the front

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the front

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the back

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the back

As you can see the LEGO Group has gone steps further for these new Imperial Guards and incorporated a design into the shakos as well as into the back of the torsos.  What a great touch!

Don't delay!  Hurry to the LEGO Pirate Forum and Discuss the 2009 Imperial Guards right now!

New Pirates sets already spotted!

Saturday, November 8th, 2008

Eurobricks member Sir Dano found something on Flickr... pictures of the new Pirate sets, lying around in a store awaiting their first customers. We couldn't even dream of them being spotted this fast! PS: SHOOTING CANNONS in North America this time!

Click here to see more pictures of the new pirate sets in the Classic Pirates forum
Found in the Imagination Center at Disney World.

Click here to discuss this marvelous find on the Classic Pirates forum!

New 2009 Pirate Sets Revealed!

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

And now, the moment we have all been waiting for - official images of the new 2009 Pirates line! After much speculation - and red-tape squirming - we are all very excited at Classic-Pirates.com! With sets like these, why wouldn't we be?

Click to discuss the new LEGO Pirates in the pirate forum

Click to discuss the new LEGO Pirates in the pirate forum

Think it's too good to be true? Check them out!

Pictures of new pirate accessories

Monday, October 6th, 2008

The newly released photos of the LEGO Castle Shop at Home exclusive, 10193 Medieval Market Village, have provided us with some high quality shots of some of the new molds to be released in the upcoming pirate theme including the hat plume/flame pieces, the decorative support/telescope pieces, and a new fish mold (!). Check out the pictures below provided by BrickCon 2009 attendee Mark "Hinckley" Larson.

Hearth flames
Telescope supports
Fish

In addition, further pictures from the Washington state BrickCon convention uploaded to flickr.com by Lego ambassador Andrew Becraft give us a peek at a mermaid figure for an upcoming set - one likely to be mass produced as the figurehead on the pirate ship of the 2009 product line.

Mermaid

Lastly, another attendee and ambassador, Nannan Zhang, has put up a shot of the "Governor's Daughter" minifigure to be released with the same pirate ship.

Pseudo Swann

Comments? Join in the discussion on the forums!

6243 Brickbeard’s Bounty

Sunday, January 1st, 2006

Finally, this is what we were waiting for: Captain Brickbeards Bounty, the new Pirate flagship that will lead the attacks against the also new Imperial Guards!

No less then 8 minifigs, and that includes 2 Imperials and one Governor's Daughter, come with this mighty set. Also included: 3 animals (a parrot, a shark and a monkey that carries a banana), a soldiers sloop with a mounted musket and a large treasure. The battleship itself seems to have three cannons and some secondary weapons like the mounted muskets on the stern!

Take what you can, give nothing back!

"Take what you can, give nothing back!"

We can also see that the Bounty is better suited for a more extensive age group then its predecessors, mainly due to the larger bricks and the fact it lacks some details as rope for the sails which could be dangerous for little children. Not that we are going to buy one for our kids yet... One for me, one MISB for in the vault and then, just maybe, if we have some spare money AND children, a cheap second hand one for them.

Lord Admiral Phes: "Now set sail for the Pirates forum, to discuss Brickbeard's Bounty, the proud of the new 2009 Pirates line!"



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