The Armadarctic by SlyOwl

October 13th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

The Armadarctic went terribly off course back in 1588...

Things are not looking to bright here...

Things are not looking too bright here...

That masterful MOCer SlyOwl brings us yet another a grisley yet fascinating MOC utilising his superior building skills.

Discuss the fate of the Armadarctic in the LEGO Pirates Forum

Oceans on End: The Island

October 12th, 2008 posted by Captain Zuloo


The epic new film from BrickFace Studios, Oceans on End: The Island will have you roaring for more. Find out what happens when two shipwrecked sailors come to and decide to "salvage" their ship.

Full of smooth animation and a great plot, this brickfilm will captivate any audience.

Go to the discussion page to watch it!

The Drunken Kraken

October 11th, 2008 posted by Skipper24

SirNadroj has provided us with an incredible new MOC, The Drunken Kraken! Set sail with Woody the pirate on board the Drunken Kraken to go looting in far off lands. It features a detailed stern and cabin.

Discuss the Drunken Kraken in the forums as well as look at the rest of the pictures.

BrickArms Pirate Accessory Prototypes

October 10th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

The Enigma That is Badger of Brick Arms (one of the best custom minifig accessory designers around), has shared with us some upcoming prototypes of a removable bayonet and rapier.

Check these out...

The Rapier

The Rapier

The Bayonet

The Bayonet

Discuss these customs in the LEGO Pirate Forum and Badger is even around to answer your questions.

Fire on the deck!

October 9th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

Hippotam writes "Here's a quick one. I build a raft for a larger diorama, but it didn't really fit there. I liked it though, so I assembled this quick vignette"

That pirate certainly appears to be in a spot of bother!  Dash to the LEGO Pirate Forum to discuss Hippotam's "Fire on the deck!" and discover the fait of our misfortunate friend.

New wenches on the block

October 8th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

Even more pictures of new mini-figures have surfaced, this time it's a couple of wenches!

New Pirate LEGO wenches on the block

New Pirate LEGO wenches on the block(s)

The mini-figure oo the right appears to be the lovely lass from the upcoming 10193 Medieval Market Village The mini-figure on the left however remains unidentified and we're all speculating that she could perhaps appear in a yet to be seen pirate set.

Either way, the mini-figures have great potential to be included your future Pirate MOCs.  Join us in the Pirate forum to discuss these lovely LEGO ladies!

Creative Critic Award Terms & Conditions released

October 7th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes

A couple of weeks back we mentioned an aspect of our Pillage the Village contest called the "Creative Critic" but delayed providing details to give everyone the opportunity to digest the mountain of information we'd already provided.

We've decided you've had plenty of time to digest so here is the Creative Critic Awards Terms & Conditions.

Wanna learn how to win prizes without building a MOC?  Get reading!!!

Pictures of new pirate accessories

October 6th, 2008 posted by Sea Eagle

The newly released photos of the LEGO Castle Shop at Home exclusive, 10193 Medieval Market Village, have provided us with some high quality shots of some of the new molds to be released in the upcoming pirate theme including the hat plume/flame pieces, the decorative support/telescope pieces, and a new fish mold (!). Check out the pictures below provided by BrickCon 2009 attendee Mark "Hinckley" Larson.

Hearth flames
Telescope supports
Fish

In addition, further pictures from the Washington state BrickCon convention uploaded to flickr.com by Lego ambassador Andrew Becraft give us a peek at a mermaid figure for an upcoming set - one likely to be mass produced as the figurehead on the pirate ship of the 2009 product line.

Mermaid

Lastly, another attendee and ambassador, Nannan Zhang, has put up a shot of the "Governor's Daughter" minifigure to be released with the same pirate ship.

Pseudo Swann

Comments? Join in the discussion on the forums!



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