Pirates Archive

Port Invasion by Hickley

Saturday, November 1st, 2008

Look out Eurobricks staff! Hinckley is coming for you with his cruel and gruesome entry for the Pillage the Village pirate MOC contest!

Just when you thought the staff had forgotten, our Eurobricks admin presents this amazing MOC for the staff Pillage the Village contest. Featuring most of the pirate involved staff of Eurobricks, this gruesome MOC includes many clever and invovative techniques, alongside some of the best poses ever put into a LEGO model's minifigs.
See Port Invasion by Hinkley in the pirate forum while there are still some staff left to administrate it for you!

The Captain’s Tricorner by Capt. Kirk

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Pirates over the ages have loved to steal treasure. They also enjoyed collecting trophies, in particular the hat of the ship or military port they were raiding.

Click to discuss The Captain's Tricorner in the pirate forum.

Pirates loved to collect trophies

Capt. Kirk rebuilt his first pirate MOC, The Captain's Tricorner. Some pirates are trying to get away with the Captain's hat but they will have to make it through the guards first. Once back safely on their ship they can happily gloat and show off their new prize.

Click here to discuss The Captain's Tricorner, a MOC by Capt. Kirk in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.

Pirate’s Treasure by CrimsonWolf

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

It was long believed that pirates buried their treasure under the sand. However, this theory was later squashed with the discovery of this fine MOC.

Click to discuss Pirate's Treasure by CrimsonWolf inthe pirate forum.

Be sure to see the hidden cave where the treasure is stowed away. And there's only one way to do that... Head to the pirate forum to discuss Pirate's Treasure by CrimsonWolf!

SeaBoard by NewRight

Sunday, October 26th, 2008

SeaBoard MOC by NewRight

Oh a great day it was,

when in came the boss,

and said "Matey prepare to set sail".

So we climbed aboard ship,

for quite a long trip,

and expected delay without fail.

But when Fred was on watch,

we were all in the scotch,

we didn't see it coming.

Black walls of clouds,

high above the shrouds,

we didn't find it that funny.

We fought off the gale,

not leaving a trail,

of where we had gone and been.

Sadly it was in vain,

it's an incredible pain,

our ship will never again be seen.

So now here we lay,

hoping and praying,

that someone will find us here.

We expect there is land:

a tree but no sand,

but no-one has yet come near.

By Captain Zuloo.

See this MOC and discover the mystery of the mid-ocean palm tree for yourself.

The Black Meg by DARKspawn

Friday, October 24th, 2008

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.

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Swing by the pirate forum and check The Black Meg out properly.

Governor by Me Onesies by SirNadroj

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

"After crashing against a shark infested reef, our lone Imperial Governor is stranded on a small, unstable spit of land. And I think the heat is getting to him..."
Click to discuss Governor by me Onesies by SirNadroj in the pirate forum!

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...

Sink into the LEGO Pirate Forum for more!

Cast-A-Way Lonesomely by NewRight

Friday, October 17th, 2008

Stranded - and a good find.

Stranded on a remote island - but wait! Is that the wreckage of a ship?  It appears our intrepid hero has constructed shelter from whatever he could muster and somehow gathered a fine selection of food.  How he baked that bread we may never know...

See the shipwreck for yourself and discuss to your heart's content!

Cranium Crag by Legohaulic

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Picture of Cranium Crag by Legohaulic

Bonaparte presents us with an amazing Brickshelf find. Cranium Crag, as called by it's builder Legohaulic, is a masterpiece in many ways. With it's characters, shape, interior - not to mention the fantastic aplications of SNOT, this is a MOC not to be missed. If only the builder would make himself known on Eurobricks!

Discuss this wonderful LEGO® creation in the Pirate Forum.



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