August 29th, 2008 posted by Zorro
Mister Phes presents us with another fine review: this time the classic 1481 Desert Island, an early form of Impulse set. Featuring the starving, marooned pirate with only a parrot and a saucepan for company, this set was a great addition to any pirat's collection. Will he ever make it away from the island and past the hungry shark?
Find out by reading this exciting review in the pirate forum!
August 24th, 2008 posted by Zorro
Mister Phes wants to know...
"Does the LEGO Pirate Forum take too long to load?"
Click here to submit your vote and opinions
One of the concerns at Classic-Pirates.com is the amount of take it takes the LEGO Pirates Forum skin to load. The first time it loads on my system (i.e. after a fresh Windows install) it may take a little long, but after the images are cached it's not too bad, of course this may not be the case for everyone else.
So share your thoughts on the load time of the Pirate Forum skin.
August 23rd, 2008 posted by Zorro
Behold the Volcano Island! In the heart of this calm and pleasant Island is a fiery volcano.. and that volcano demands a sacrifice!
A hot bubble bath for the prisoners.
Duke's latest is a wonderfully tranquil island with lucious vegetation, chattering monkeys and a bathing pool. Only... watch out for the fiery volcano and inevitable sacrifice!
Oonga-boonga oonga-boonga oonga-boonga oo oo!
August 20th, 2008 posted by Zorro
Evildead's scene is reminiscent of classical Pirate sets, yet retains the aura of a fine MOC, capturing the slightly shanty-town-esque feel of the real-life port which inspired this. Watch out for the rat wars!
Going to have a drink in the Inn!
This port has an Inn with a bar, two bedrooms and a warehouse with a working crane. All the roofs and rooms are detachable. This turns the moc even more playable!
Drink up me hearthies, YO HO!
August 17th, 2008 posted by Zorro
We have some really interesting new smileys now!
Voting has ended and the winning smileys have been selected!
See the winners!
August 14th, 2008 posted by Zorro
A LDD creation.
Joey Lock proves once again LEGO Digital Designer has much usefulness to Pirate LEGO fanatics.
This time he shares Fort Laurence, a sprawling Imperial Fort and Harbour.
Visit the Pirates forum for more information
August 12th, 2008 posted by Zorro
The men are ready, Sir.
One of the largest Soldier Minifigs armies EVER!
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or visit the eBay auction page