October 29th, 2008 posted by Zorro
6262 King Kahukas Throne
Arrgh me hearties! Let's join the pirates as they try to steal the sacred treasure from the Islanders' hands. It won't be easy, King Kahuka and his loyal warriors closely guard the treasure 24 hours a day. Will the Pirates with their trusty pistols and cutlasses be able to defeat the Islanders' spears, pet alligator and powerful leafy skirts? We will find out!
Rush to the LEGO Pirate Forum to read the review and rate this magnificent set!
October 28th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo
It was long believed that pirates buried their treasure under the sand. However, this theory was later squashed with the discovery of this fine MOC.
Be sure to see the hidden cave where the treasure is stowed away. And there's only one way to do that... Head to the pirate forum to discuss Pirate's Treasure by CrimsonWolf!
October 27th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes
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October 26th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo
Oh a great day it was,
when in came the boss,
and said "Matey prepare to set sail".
So we climbed aboard ship,
for quite a long trip,
and expected delay without fail.
But when Fred was on watch,
we were all in the scotch,
we didn't see it coming.
Black walls of clouds,
high above the shrouds,
we didn't find it that funny.
We fought off the gale,
not leaving a trail,
of where we had gone and been.
Sadly it was in vain,
it's an incredible pain,
our ship will never again be seen.
So now here we lay,
hoping and praying,
that someone will find us here.
We expect there is land:
a tree but no sand,
but no-one has yet come near.
By Captain Zuloo.
See this MOC and discover the mystery of the mid-ocean palm tree for yourself.
October 25th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo
Yaaarrrg! This new MOC be music to me ears! And with such a classy group of musicians, what else would we expect? This is a truly entertaining bunch of scallywags, certainly worth a look!
See their Classic-Pirates.com exclusive concert in the pirate forum.
October 24th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo
Often for LEGO ships, the large pre-fabricated hull parts are used, producing good results, but when something is made with a custom hull, it is something special. In this great MOC, DARKspawn has used many clever techniques to give the hull that wooden look, as well as an incredible attention to detail.
Swing by the pirate forum and check The Black Meg out properly.
October 23rd, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo
And now, the moment we have all been waiting for - official images of the new 2009 Pirates line! After much speculation - and red-tape squirming - we are all very excited at Classic-Pirates.com! With sets like these, why wouldn't we be?
Think it's too good to be true? Check them out!
October 22nd, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo
LEGO® Digital Designer has many uses, so it goes without saying that a great LDD pirate MOC rakes up a fuss. So prepare to be fussing pirate fans, because Joey Lock has something HUGE in store for us!
Here Joey demonstrates that LDD can be taken seriously as a tool for designing awesome fortresses. What lies before us spans three unique structures, all maintaining that classic piratical atmosphere, further aided by coastal details built into the foreground. This fort would definitely make a fine addition to anyone's collection, but - of course - there is the price tag...
Discuss it - now!