Pictorial Review – 6265 Sabre Island

December 17th, 2007 posted by Sea Eagle

6265 Sabre Island

 
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6273 Rock Island Refuge

January 1st, 2006 posted by ImperialShadows


THE ADVENTURES OF THE

LEGO SYSTEMâ„¢ PIRATES

OF THE SEA

ROCK ISLAND REFUGE

During the 18th century, a peaceful
colony of settlers enjoying the island treasures
they discovered, suddenly had their serenity
interrupted. The invaders were those who called
themselves the LEGO SYSTEMâ„¢ Pirates of the
Sea!

For years, the Pirates had been searching
for the same buried treasures that the settlers
were now claiming as their own. This, of course,
disturbed the Pirates, as they knew the doubloons
(Spanish gold coins) the settlers found had
belonged to their ancestors.

On a remote rocky island, Captain Red
Beard and his crew of Pirates established the
ultimate command post. Called the Rock Island
Refuge, it was the perfect haven for the entire
crew of the Black Seas Barracuda. From this
outpost, Captain Red Beard commanded the
efforts of the other buccaneers at the Forbidden
Island and Shipwreck Island enclaves.

The day was drawing near when the
treasure chest full of doubloons would once
again belong to the Pirates. Before that day
could arrive, however, Governor Broadside and
the other settlers would have to be overcome.

Use your imagination to continue the
adventures of the LEGO SYSTEM Pirates of
the Sea!

6271 Imperial Flagship

January 1st, 2006 posted by ImperialShadows


THE ADVENTURES

OF THE

LEGO SYSTEMâ„¢ PIRATES

OF THE SEA

IMPERIAL FLAGSHIP

During the 18th century, a peaceful
colony of settlers enjoying the island treasures
they discovered, suddenly had their serenity
interrupted. The invaders were those who called
themselves the LEGO SYSTEMâ„¢ Pirates of the
Sea! For years, the Pirates had been searching
for the same buried treasures that the settlers
were now claiming as their own. This, of course,
disturbed the Pirates, as they knew the doubloons
(Spanish gold coins) the settlers found had
belonged to their ancestors.

Many years ago, a wealthy king
summoned the best shipbuilders to design and
build what is known as the Imperial Flagship.
He called to duty the finest Soldiers to guide his
ship on a journey across miles of ocean. Their
mission was to retrieve millions of dollars worth
of treasure he had hidden on a deserted island.
The Soldiers, thinking this an easy task, were
not prepared for what was ahead of them.
Spotting the royal ship leaving the deserted
island, the Pirates knew instantly what the
Soldiers were carrying aboard the ship. Will the
Soldiers be able to protect the king’s royal
treasure from the Pirates?

Use your imagination to continue the
adventures of the LEGO SYSTEM Pirates of
the Sea!

6270 Forbidden Island

January 1st, 2006 posted by ImperialShadows


THE ADVENTURES
OF THE
LEGOLANDâ„¢ PIRATES
OF THE SEA

FORBIDDEN ISLAND

Sometime during the 18th century, a
peaceful colony of settlers enjoying the island
treasures they discovered, suddenly had their
serenity interrupted. The invaders were those
who called themselves the LEGOLANDâ„¢ Pirates
of the Sea! For years, the Pirates had been
searching for the same buried treasures that the
settlers were now claiming as their own. This, of
course, disturbed the Pirates as they knew the
doubloons (Spanish gold coins) the settlers found
had belonged to their ancestors.

Forbidden Island was named by the
settlers because to them it was forbidden. It was
the island where only Pirates could live.

It was there that Captain Red Beard and the
other buccanneers made plans to “steal” the gold
from the settlers. Little did the Pirates know,
however, that the settlers had Governor Broadside
guarding the gold and that they would have to
deal with him first if they wanted it.

The Governor lived for the day he would
have to defend the Eldorado Fortress and the
gold. What he did not know was that the day of
confrontation would be coming soon…

Use your imagination to continue
The Adventures of the LEGOLANDâ„¢ Pirates
of the Sea!

6276 Eldorado Fortress

January 1st, 2006 posted by ImperialShadows


THE ADVENTURES
OF THE
LEGOLANDâ„¢ PIRATES
OF THE SEA

ELDORADO FORTRESS

Sometime during the 18th century, a
peaceful colony of settlers enjoying the island
treasures they discovered, suddenly had their
serenity interrupted. The invaders were those
who called themselves the LEGOLANDâ„¢ Pirates
of the Sea! For years, the Pirates had been
searching for the same buried treasure that the
settlers were now claiming as their own. This, of
course, disturbed the Pirates as they knew the
doubloons (Spanish gold coins) the settlers found
had belonged to their ancestors.

Knowing that the Pirates would come
looking for the gold, Governor Broadside,
governor of the settler colony, sent a message to
all of his men to meet him at the Eldorado Fortress.

It was in the Fortress that the Governor
made plans to protect the settlers treasure.
Beneath the Fortress floor was a passage way.
It was there that the Governor decided the gold
should be kept so that it would be safe from the
Pirates. Part of his plan was to unload the gold
from the ship, the Caribbean Clipper, and move
it to the Fortress. He wondered what adventures
lay ahead...

Use your imagination to continue
The Adventures of the LEGOLANDâ„¢ Pirates
of the Sea!

6274 Caribbean Clipper

January 1st, 2006 posted by ImperialShadows


THE ADVENTURES
OF THE
LEGOLANDâ„¢ PIRATES
OF THE SEA

CARIBBEAN CLIPPER


Sometime during the 18th century, a
peaceful colony of settlers enjoying the island
treasures they discovered, suddenly had their
serenity interrupted. The invaders were those
who called themselves the LEGOLANDâ„¢ Pirates
of the Sea! For years, the Pirates had been
searching for the same buried treasures that the
settlers were now claiming as their own. This, of
course, disturbed the Pirates as they knew the
doubloons (Spanish gold coins) the settlers found
had belonged to their ancestors.

The gold the settlers found on a neigh-
boring island needed to be transported back to
their Fortress so that it could be kept hidden
from the Pirates.

The crew aboard the Caribbean Clipper
was called to action. Their task was to return the
gold safely to the Eldorado Fortress at whatever
cost. Once they reached the Fortress, Governor
Broadside would take over and find a safe place
to hide the gold.

The crew was a group of very proud men.
They would not let anything or anyone come
between them and the gold. The Pirates, however,
had other plans...

Use your imagination to continue
The Adventures of the LEGOLANDâ„¢ Pirates
of the Sea!

Classic Pirate Minifigures – The Stripey Bandanas

January 1st, 2006 posted by Captain Zuloo

The Stripey Bandana Boys - Pirates

One of the most common Classic Pirate Minifigures, yet a very historical minifig.

This troublesome lot were possibly the most common of all the LEGO® Pirate minifigures, yet they are some of the most respected. They always seemed to be around, whether it was working as an imperial sailor on 6271 Imperial Flagship, or a pirate on 6285 Black Seas Barracuda, 6286 Skull's Eye Schooner, 66290 Redbeard Runner, 257 Castatway's Raft, 6267 Lagoon Lock-up, 6276 Eldorado Fortress, 6279 Skull Island, 6277 Imperial Trading Post, 6273 Rock Island Refuge, 1729 Barnacle Bay, 6259 Broadside's Brig, 6261 Raft Raiders, 6268 Renegade Runner, 6235 Buried Treasure, 6260 Shipwreck Island, 1871 Pirate Cannon, 1733 Shipwrecked Pirate, 6252 Sea Mates, 6247 Bounty Boat, 6258 Smuggler's Shanty, 1788 Pirate's Chest, 6262 King Kahuka's Throne, 6264 Forbidden Cove, 6266 Cannon Cove, 6261 Raft Raiders, 6254 Rocky Reef, 1970 Pirate's Gun Cart, 1481 Desert Island and 6251 Pirate Minifigures.

The Bandana Boys, the crew of the pirates of the LEGO® Pirate line.They weren't really rebellious pirates - they always did what they were told and neverThe third stripey bandana boy was just as obedient as his friends tried mutiny. Which is strange, because they worked for two captains, Captain Redbeard and Captain Ironhook both of whom were bloodthirsty, crew-hating minifigs. But no, they went along with their commanders' practices of fighting off the Imperial Soldiers and their leader Governor Broadside and the Imperial Guards and their leader Admiral Woodhouse as well as attempting to steal the treasure of King Kahuka and his Islanders. But that last one was often a failure. These minifigs ran right from the start of the pirate line up to the very end, and they will be remembered by all who they served and all who didn't serve them.



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