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Port Royal Receives Reinforcements by PaladinPL

Saturday, July 6th, 2013
Port Royal Receives Reinforcements

Royal Regiment Marches In

"Left, right, left, right." His second MOC in the Forums, Eurobricks user PaladinPL continues his LEGO tales with this bold yet scurvy pirate creation. Using a classic color scheme, attention to detail, and nice overall design, he "reinforces" the pirate scene for time to come.

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The Sea Chantey by Redshanks

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
The Sea Chantey

Song of the Sea

"Sing that again, sailor!" His first completed MOC, Eurobricks user Redshanks brings the forums this mellow and harmonious LEGO pirate ship. Inspired by LEGO ship sets #4184 The Black Pearl and #6243 Brickbeard's Bounty, as well as making use of custom sails, rigging, a rotating winch, and overall fluent design, he keeps the songs of LEGO Pirates flowing through the seas.

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Pirate Heaven: Spinoza’s Crib by Brig. Brick

Saturday, June 22nd, 2013
Pirate Heaven: Spinoza's Crib

Crib in the Carib'

"Welcome to the crib". Based a bit on LEGO set #6270 Forbidden Island, but with his own unique attributes and style, Eurobricks user Brig. Brick displays this lively pirate "paradise". Using creative details, design, and scenery, he shows all of the "monkey business" of the LEGO Pirates crew.

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The Skull Eye Schooner by Yawgmoth

Friday, June 7th, 2013
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An old favourite with a new twist!

Eurobricks member Yawgmoth has put his own spin on the classic Skull's Eye Schooner. While still recognizable with its original colour scheme and figurehead, the updated ship also features some welcome new additions, such as more cannons, a closed deck, and a furnished captain's cabin.

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Old Ship by Hrvoje Majetich

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Old Ship

Old and Bold

Age before beauty? It would certainly be fair to say that this is a ship of both. His first attempt at a pirate ship, MOCpages user Hrvoje Majetich brings the forums this magnificent "wooden" craft. Utilizing new and brilliant design, detail, and texture, he reminds us that even the oldies still got their kicks.

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Sailing into the Sunset by Mark of Falworth

Thursday, March 28th, 2013
Sailing Away

Sailing Away

Mark of Falworth brings us this beautiful and exciting end to his Mark of Tortuga pirate story. The final chapter is something you won't want to miss with stunning photography and equally stunning builds.

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A Day of the Pirates’ Life by KZB

Sunday, March 10th, 2013
A Day of the Pirates' Life

A Day of the Pirates' Life

Yo-ho, yo-ho, a pirate's life for me! This busy diorama by Eurobricks member KZB depicts the hustle-and-bustle lifestyle of a merry band of pirates on an island in the middle of the ocean. Of particular note are the small ship made from a dinghy and the very realistic water. Watch out for those sharks!

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The Bell Tower by eurotrash

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

The Bell Tolls for None

Utilizing some great detailing techniques and adding a bit of action, eurotrash has created this solid crumbling bell tower. Jack Sparrow and Wil Turner are just watching the redcoats taking care of some repairs or maybe even stealing some supplies. At least the horse can get a short water break.

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