January 28th, 2009 posted by Skipper24
A strange island cropped in the LEGO® Caribbean. Below lies the wreckage of a mighty vessel now laying waste to animals and plants that may want to use it as their new home. However, it also sports a tree house built high up to be used as a resting place for weary travellers or even a hide out for bandits, either way it is welcoming and a friendly place.
Lying on top of the wreckage of a mighty ship the multilevelled island is somewhat unstable.
Paul cantu has created for us a amazing multilevelled island resting on top of supportive pillars. A long lost ship is now home to many creatures who feed off the remains of what was left on board...
Click to discuss Georgio's Isle by Paul cantu in the pirate forum.
January 28th, 2009 posted by Zorro
The Imperial Armada minifigs and sets in general currently belong to the most expensive of the theme. It is very rare we find a big auction like this one, containing FOUR 6280 Armada Flagships, 20 Imperial Armada minifig soldiers and 9 horses to support your Cavalry - all armed to the teeth!
A REAL Armada!
Check out the auction before it ends!
If you want to see which other interesting ships are being sold, visit the
Buy Ships for your Mighty Fleet thread
or the Marvellous Mother Lodes thread to buy in bulk!
January 27th, 2009 posted by Sea Eagle
"Big Daddy" Nelson, an admin of the Forbidden Cove, has created a wonderful alternative version of the 6242 Soldier's Fort. Although the modules are based upon the new style of the original 6242 set, he did use some of the classic minifigs and parts. As you can see, it worked out just fine!
Something old, something new... mix it together, and you get the "Other side of the Fort"...
Now go discuss "Big Daddy" Nelson's Le Baton Rouge in the Pirates forum!
January 26th, 2009 posted by Sea Eagle
SlyOwl takes Floating Rock Ships to a whole new level with his FRS Shakespeare:
It's an Imperial lightening rod!
. . . But it should obviously fall under the "Floating Rock of Magnificence" category instead.
Go on and discuss the Imperial Lightening Catcher in the Pirate forum!
January 26th, 2009 posted by Captain Zuloo
"WRECK OF THE HESPERUS"
It was the schooner Hesperus,
That sailed the wintery sea;
And the skipper had taken his little daughter,
To bear him company...
...At daybreak, on the bleak sea-beach,
A fisherman stood aghast,
To see the form of a maiden fair,
Lashed close to a drifting mast.
The salt sea was frozen on her breast,
The salt tears in her eyes;
And he saw her hair, like the brown sea-weed,
On the billows fall and rise.
Such was the wreck of the Hesperus,
In the midnight and the snow!
Christ save us all from a death like this,
On the reef of Norman's Woe!
See the LEGO poem inspired MOC in the pirate forum.
January 25th, 2009 posted by Mister Phes
For many months now a team of dedicated volunteers have been working within The Shipyard to produce the content which appears daily on the frontpage of Classic-Pirates.com.
"The Shipyard?" you ask? The Shipyard is a hidden VIP sub-forum within the LEGO Pirates Forum where volunteers work on special projects.
We want to begin rewarding our volunteers for their contributions so we're implementing a ranking system which enables them to receive promotions for the quality and quantity of their contributions. Each rank has it's own tag and special priveleges which increase with each rank. There will also be contests exclusive to The Shipyard so only those who are part of the Ranking System will be able to participate.
Get yourself to the LEGO Pirates Forum to learn more
about the NEW Shipyard Ranking System!
January 24th, 2009 posted by Skipper24
Pull out your voting hats because it's Poll time! In this poll created by the Mister Phes you will get the chance to vote for your favourite Classic Pirate theme leader.
Vote in the 'Who is the greatest Classic-Pirate leader?' in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.
January 23rd, 2009 posted by Zorro
Bonaparte has found pictures of this magnificent Lego pirate battleship in the Flickr gallery of a user called funkg177. After some investigation it seems to be the Black pearl, build by Brian Heins who also was the provider of the Pirates sets in the exhibition in Taiwan where these pictures were taken!
Even the BSB looks tiny compared to this giant...Brian stopped counting bricks at 150,000, and the ship was recently valued at an amazing 15,000 USD !
Click here to discuss this huge pirate battleship on the Classic Pirates forum.