September 15th, 2008 posted by ImperialShadows
by Cpt. Pegleg Blockbeard
Ever thought, "LEGO Digital Designer is great for trains, but for pirates, it's terrible"? Well now, Cpt. Pegleg Blockbeard has proved you wrong with his new MOC, the Imperial Trading Post Remix - LDD Style. It is a great MOC, utilising clever techniques and ideas into creating an Imperial Trading Post inspired merchant port. You need to see this one properly to fully grasp its complete creativity!
Head over to Eurobricks to take a look at this Classic Set, revisited.
September 13th, 2008 posted by ImperialShadows
by Daniel G
Oh no! It's the British! Not too long ago, our relatively new member, Daniel G, rolled out a fantastic MOC of a British 30-gun 2-deck frigate named the HMS Active. But wait! There's more... Daniel has recently modified this ship - for the better! You'll definitely want to check this one out!
See the original ship then take a look at the new version.
September 12th, 2008 posted by Mister Phes
Let's thank him!
A while ago our good member ImperialShadows decided it was time someone took control of the Classic-Pirates.com newsletter and volunteered to become its editor. So now, it's time to praise him for all the hard work he has put into bringing us that wonderful publication every month!
Congratulate ImperialShadows here.
Update: Since this story was originally posted, the newsletter program has been discontinued, replaced by the blog you are now reading. ImperialShadows, however, has continued his news duties in the form of posting here and carrying over the graphics for the blog itself from the former site.
September 10th, 2008 posted by ImperialShadows
SuvieD wants you!
Will you take care of 95 scurvy-dogs?
4 ships, 95 men, fully armed, and a whole load more, need a good home! Long-standing Eurobricks member SuvieD offers up this haul, containing 14 rare pirate minifigures, barrels (quite literally!) of parts, hard-to-find sails and ship-parts and more epaulettes than you could shake a yard-stick at!
Want some Classic Pirates?
September 7th, 2008 posted by ImperialShadows
A LEGO Pirates Brickfilm
Actinidia Entertainment and Ear-Shock Studios present us with the Fragmentary Map. Spend your well earned hours watching this film which is chock full with comedy, special effects, and lots and lots of swashbuckling pirate action, not to mention a reminder of one of our favourite classic LEGO games of all time, as well as much, much more!
Watch and discuss this exciting brickfilm!
September 3rd, 2008 posted by ImperialShadows
"It is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels!"
So says Elizabeth Swann. Yet every pirate needs his heavenly elixir, so what better way to get it than through I Scream Clone's Rum Trade? Great landscaping, waves and a crow's nest top it all off, but rum remains - and always will - at the heart of a pirate's life!
Vile or delicious? You decide!
September 1st, 2008 posted by ImperialShadows
Read about mysterious Rumours & Rumblings, vote in an exciting poll, read some reviews, see the outcome of Pirate Smiley Wars and much much more!
Discuss this Newsletter in the LEGO Pirate Forum.
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!