Port Royal, by Patriot720

February 12th, 2009 posted by Zorro

One of our newer forum members, Patriot720, has made another beautiful MOC for us! Port Royal, a civilian port village, with an Imperial Trading Post cleverly built into its right side for protection against the evil Pirates attack!

Click here to discuss Patriot720's MOC in the Pirates forum!

Imperial Trading Post DeLuxe

It is clear Patriot720 was inspired by both the PTV contest and Pirates Month. We are certain we will see many more great works from this magnificient builder!

 So come on over to the Pirates forum to discuss Patriot720's Port Royal!

Hispabrick Magazine 003

February 11th, 2009 posted by Skipper24

Hispabrick magazine is a fan based Spanish LEGO® magazine. The magazine covers LEGO topics such as MOCs, events, building techniques/tips and interviews. The magazine is available for download from their website in Spanish and English for those readers who don't fluently understand Spanish language.

Hispabrick magazine is also avilible in English

Hispabrick magazine is also avalible in English

Hispabrick's latest issue features a small pirate section that goes back to the beginning of the Pirates theme and discusses what impact it has had on the LEGO company and community.

Click to discuss Hispabrick LEGO Magazine in the Pirate forum.

Rope Bridge Raid MOC – by Infomaniac

February 11th, 2009 posted by Skipper24

The vicious island cannibals are attacking the pirates trying to escape with their stolen loot. The only way is to cross the crooked old bridge. Will they make their get away or will the cannibals catch them first?

The hungry cannibals are attacking the pirates! Who will come out on top?

The hungry Cannibals are attacking the pirates! Who will come out on top?

Infomaniac created this MOC showing some starving islanders trying to 'catch' their dinner. but their meal just stole their emperor's most valuable treasure and are making a break for it. The only way to escape is to cross the rickety old rope bridge. Will they make it?

Click here to discuss Rope Bridge Raid a MOC by Infomaniac in the pirate forum.

Super Brickbeard’s Bounty!, a MOD by Dr. Lucky

February 10th, 2009 posted by Sea Eagle
Click here to discuss the Super Brickbeards Bounty in the Pirate Forum!

For Dr.Lucky, big just ain't big enough!

Dr. Lucky: ''I built my Brickbeard's Bounty the other day, and it was cool, but not big enough.
When I was a kid, I remember just how huge the Black Seas Barracuda seemed, and I really wanted that experience again.
Of course, a lot of time has passed since then. I've grown up, and that memory has had 19 years to expand.
I need to make Brickbeard's Bounty much bigger!''

Click to discuss the bigger version of the Brickbeard's Bounty in the Pirate Forum!

New sets spotted!

February 9th, 2009 posted by Sea Eagle
Discuss these LEGO Pirates magnets in the Pirate Forum!

Three on a row!

Discuss this great Pirates keychain in the Pirate Forum!

Brickbeard's will guard your keys for you!

Our member, Wouwie, has spotted a Captain Keyring and a Pirates Magnet set!

Discuss this find with the other members in the Pirate Forum!

Modified 6242 Soldiers Fort by RichardAM

February 9th, 2009 posted by Skipper24

The Soldiers Fort, one of the great new LEGO® sets that came out in the Pirates theme this year and a hang out for soldiers everywhere. It also happens to be the basis of RichardAM's new MOC.

View the Modified 6242 MOC by RichardAM in the Classic Pirates forum

A hang out for soldiers everywhere...

He has completely redesigned the modules and rearranged the accessories. The new sections include a large variety of buildings, cupboards and armaments completing the MOC.

However much this MOC is different to the original, it still keeps i's modular functionality. Richard has also changed some of the minifigs included in the set to the older Pirate torsos, thus adding some a nostalgic LEGO® feel to the MOC.

Discuss this Modified 6242, a MOC by RichardAM in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.

Poll: Your favourite small Classic Pirate sailing ship

February 8th, 2009 posted by Skipper24

Click here to vote for your favourite small Classic-Pirate sailing ship in the pirate forum

Size does not matter in this poll as it happens to be all about small ships. More precisely, the small Classic-Pirate sailing vessels that we have grown to love or loath over the years. Choose form a selection of 5 choices in your favourite pirate forum.

Click to vote on your favourite small pirate ship in the Classic-Pirates.com forum

Treasure Map by Majek

February 7th, 2009 posted by Erdbeereis

Majek brings us his MOC, "Treasure Map."

X marks the spot!

The adventurers have followed their ancient maps to the red "X" marking the spot where the treasure is buried. But wait! How did two different treasure hunters find the same map? And what will they find when they dig?

For more pictures and the full story, 
discuss Treasure Map by Majek in the Pirate Forum!



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