February 25th, 2009 posted by Erdbeereis
Dan Church presents us with a lovely MOC, Tug O' War!
Don't lose your step!
The Pirates and Soldiers are locked in a fierce battle over a lost treasure chest. If one loses his step, he will fall to a greusome fate, a crocodile lurking in the raging river surrounded by razor-sharp rocks!
Will the fiesty pirates manage to give a big heavo-ho and claim the booty? Or will the well-trained soldiers use their muscles to grab the loot?
Check out the exciting
Tug O' War by Dan Church in the Pirate forum!
February 25th, 2009 posted by Zorro
We found a 6271 MISB Imperial Flagship for sale on eBay for you guys, bid on it before its too late!
Click here to buy another mighty fine ship!
Go discuss this in the cheap ebay ships thread in the Pirates forum
February 24th, 2009 posted by Skipper24
There are many 'Classic Pirate' ships out there, but which is your favourite? Each and every one has their good and bad points, and all of us share different opinions on what those points are. Pick from 5 ships and fight out the battle to be the top ship. So go and cast your vote! Who knows, your it may just put you favoured ship ahead of the others...
Click to vote for your
favourite Classic Pirate ship in the Pirate forum.
February 23rd, 2009 posted by Skipper24
Yar! I be needin' ya to row me ta Cuba ya limey fool! Those are the possible words of the pirate aboard that forced the poor soldier to row him to Cuba. More likely is that fact that he has a cannon shoved up his nose.
He has a cannon shoved up his nose!
'Take Me to Cuba' by Crimson Wolf is both funny and imaginative featuring humorous details and what looks to be a great background story line. The MOC is well complimented by a neat Photoshop background.
Click to discuss
Take Me to Cuba, a MOC by Crimson Wolf, in the Classic-Pirates.com forum
February 22nd, 2009 posted by Captain Zuloo
- Have you got what it takes to be the Pirate Theme Leader for BrickFair 2009?
BrickFair 2009 is just around the corner, and ToddWebb and the other co-ordinators of the event are looking for a Pirates ThemeLeader. This means someone who will negotiate with other Theme Leaders and direct guests through their theme area. Anyway, with the Classic-Pirates.com community so excited about 2009 and what it brings, ToddWebb wants to get the selection right! There are only a few guidelines for applicants:
- Applicants must be 18 years of age or with an attending registered adult of at least 18 years of age.
- Applicants must be dedicated Pirate fans who are willing to give their all in an adult environment representing the LEGO® Pirate line with enthusiasm and good nature.
So, do you think you have what it takes? To find out more, visit the Pirate forum to
ask ToddWebb your questions!
February 21st, 2009 posted by Zorro
And we found another mighty collection for you guys, just look at the sheer amount of sets in the "sets included list" of the eBay page of this auction!
What a collection!
Go discuss this entire classic pirates collection in the Pirate forum!
February 21st, 2009 posted by Sea Eagle
SirNadroj has recently been making good use of various Belville parts by creating intricate animal figures with Fabuland heads. This one fabulously displays a Pirate monkey on a deck.
Discuss the new crewmate in the Pirate forum!
February 20th, 2009 posted by Skipper24
In this poll we broaden our view of our beloved LEGO® System pirate sets and take a look at other companies and expansions on the LEGO® company's System sets. You have to decide which company's pirate sets you like best. Choose from 4 different brands as well as LEGO's 4+ range and vote which you prefer.
Click here to vote on which
Non-System pirate ship you like the most in the Pirate forum.