PICTORIAL REVIEW: 6242 Soldier’s Fort by Lego12

November 13th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

Lego12 delivers us a comprehensive set review of the new 6242 Soldier's Fort.  Turns out it's a Modular Design!

6242 Soldiers Fort - built

6242 Soldier's Fort - built (notice the flag is upside down?)

Lego12 has took dozens of pictures which display every facet of this wonderful new set.  There are even a few surpirses which have went unnoticed by the general pictures.

Dive into the Pirate LEGO Forum to see this set analysed in scrunitizing detail!

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-figures

November 12th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

We have pictures of the 2009 Imperial Guard Mini-figures - front and back!

LEGO Pirate Forum user Lego12 has been one of the lucky first to procure the 2009 Pirate LEGO sets.  There are set reviews brewing but while they're being finalised here's a little something for you...  The 2009 Imperial Guard mini-figures!

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the front

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the front

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the back

2009 Imperial Guard Mini-Figures from the back

As you can see the LEGO Group has gone steps further for these new Imperial Guards and incorporated a design into the shakos as well as into the back of the torsos.  What a great touch!

Don't delay!  Hurry to the LEGO Pirate Forum and Discuss the 2009 Imperial Guards right now!

A Bottle O’ Rum by modelgal

November 11th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo

"15 men on a dead man's chest, yo ho ho and a bottle o' rum! Drink and the devil had done for the rest, yo ho ho and a bottle o' rum!"

 

Click to discuss a Bottle O' Rum by modelgal in the pirate forum

The true pirate's treasure, this MOC is a brilliant one indeed. A life sized dose of grog with great details like a jolly roger on the front, the true pirate in you won't be able to resist this one!

Discuss A Bottle O' Rum by modelgal in the pirate forum!

MISB 6285 Black Seas Barracuda on eBay

November 10th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

Last week we showed you a 6286 MISB Skulls Eye Schooner which sold for US $785.00! This week we've found  a MISB 6285 Black Seas Barracuda stored in acryllic casing - you cannot get any better preserved than that!

MISB 6285 Black Seas Barracuda Preserved in Acryllic Casing

MISB 6285 Black Seas Barracuda Preserved in Acryllic Casing - Front

6285 Black Seas Barracuda MISB Preserved in Acryllic - back

MISB 6285 Black Seas Barracuda Preserved in Acryllic Casing - Back

At the time of writing the price is awesome and auction ends soon so rush to eBay and place a bid!

But wait!  There's more!

MISB 6290 Red Beard Runner, 6291 Armada Flagship & 6292 Enchanted Island in the one auction!

Yes, that's right. THREE MISB sets in the same auction!

6290 Red Beard Runner, 6291 Armada Flagship and 6292 Enchanted Island MISB

6290 Red Beard Runner, 6291 Armada Flagship & 6292 Enchanted Island MISB

This auction is also ending end soon, so rush to the eBay auction page and place your bid!

Want more MISB Box sets?

Keep up with our Mint in Sealed Box Madness thread because we have found dozens and dozens of MISB eBay auctions for you to win.

The Shipwrecked Pirates by 8 year old Ward

November 9th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo

Sometimes in an AFOL community, we forget who the LEGO Group's main target is. So it's nice to be reminded with such a nice MOC from a younger LEGO enthusiast.

Click to discuss theShipwrecked Pirates by Ward in the pirate forum

Ward, the nephew of Capt. Kirk's girlfriend, has created this raft entitled "Shipwrecked Pirates". At the age of 8, this pirate fan has a bright future ahead of him. After all, he is in good company!

Marvel at the talents of this junior fan of LEGO and
his Shipwrecked Pirates in the Classic-Pirates.com forum.

New Pirates sets already spotted!

November 8th, 2008 posted by Zorro

Eurobricks member Sir Dano found something on Flickr... pictures of the new Pirate sets, lying around in a store awaiting their first customers. We couldn't even dream of them being spotted this fast! PS: SHOOTING CANNONS in North America this time!

Click here to see more pictures of the new pirate sets in the Classic Pirates forum
Found in the Imagination Center at Disney World.

Click here to discuss this marvelous find on the Classic Pirates forum!

Castaway t’ Neverland by SlyOwl

November 7th, 2008 posted by Skipper24

On a remote island in one of the seven seas, a marooned sailor sets up a small shack with only his pet dog for comfort. In this recent MOC SlyOwl has used everyday parts in new and unexpected ways.

Perhaps this island isnt so bad after all

Perhaps this island isn't so bad after all

SlyOwl has created this small island using many wonderful and inquisitive techniques. Many a part has been used in a new unexpected way such as to make brick built animals, plants or even part of the landscape. Check out all the pictures in the forums!

Discuss Castaway t' Neverland by SlyOwl in the forums.

New Pillage The Village Subforum!

November 6th, 2008 posted by Zorro

The Pillage The Village contest has become such a tremendous success that Lord Admiral Phes has decided to give it its own Subforum!

Click here to go to the new Pillage the Village subforum

Everything that has to do with the PTV contest can be found here from now on!

The previous titles and descriptions of the entry threads were a complete menagerie and it was looking very disorderly. Therefore Mister Phes painstakingly retitled and described all the entry threads on the first page using the same convention. He will do so for the entry threads on the other pages as well as they get bumped.

Mister Phes also made clear the rules about how the new PTV contest entry threads should be titled:

  • The thread title should be the title of the MOC, you may include "WIP" or "FINAL" but nothing else.
  • The thread description (the one beneath the title) should contain "Pillage the Village Contest - " then either "Large" , "Medium" or "Small" depending on the division.


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