Maiden Voyage by Sebeus I

June 23rd, 2014 posted by Capt. Redblade
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Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip...

Sebeus, Classic-Pirates' resident shipbuilder extraordinaire, has posted this very funny and not at all wildly anachronistic comic in honour of his latest MOC. Guest-starring some of CP's best and brightest, this comic features everything from life jackets to pizza to arguments about people not looking like their sig figs... Oh, and there's something about a ship in there as well.

Read the entire story and leave a comment in the forum!

Lush Island Stash by Ben King

June 18th, 2014 posted by Capt. Stabbin

Lush Island Stash

Eb member Ben King presented his latest creation, an amazing pirate MOC!  It has some wonderful details like the excellent rock work, palm trees, great foliage, and nice water.

Sail on over to the forum and comment on Lush Island Stash by Ben King!

Harbour Town by Captain Braunsfeld

June 10th, 2014 posted by Capt. Stabbin

Harbour Town

Pirate MOCer Captain Braunsfeld has presented another great creation!  It is built on a raised baseplate, features excellent buildings, and has many play features.  Definitely worth checking out!

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Imperial Fort by Disco86

June 4th, 2014 posted by Capt. Redblade
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Imperial Fort

Eurobricks member Disco86 has built this lovely diorama of a bluecoat fort, with its own ship to boot! Inspired by such sets as 6276 El Dorado Fortress and 6280 Armada Flagship, this build features some neat interior scenes, some creative use of masonry bricks, and even a seagull or two!

See more pictures and comment on Imperial Fort in the forum!

First MOC: Halia by LtFalcon

June 1st, 2014 posted by yys4u
 First Moc Halia

First Moc Halia

Eurobrick member LtFlacon has completed his first MOC and has uploaded some images for us to take a gander at. While the name of the ship is still a work in progress, he's tentatively named it Halia. Some good effort went into making this ship, as it has all the necessities of a ship on par with something TLG would release themselves. The crew is also very diverse as it sports a great collection of new parts and some from different pirate eras, they all work together very well.

Head on over to the forum to view more pictures of LtFalcon's First MOC: Halia

Santa Catalina’s Fortress by PRETORIANO

May 28th, 2014 posted by Capt. Stabbin

Santa Catalina's Fortress

EB member PRETORIANO shared his latest creation, and it's a show stopper!  Absolutely stunning work that's  packed with amazing details like the rock work, roofs, stone walls, etc.  Built on 24 baseplates and using 35,000 pieces this is a true work of art.  Also, this is just one part of a larger planned diorama!

Stop by the forum and comment on Santa Catalina's Fortress by PRETORIANO!

LEGO Ambassador Project – Suggest Set Ideas

May 24th, 2014 posted by Mister Phes

Design a New LEGO Pirate Sub-theme - Set Suggestions

The West Brick Trading Company has been voted as the most popular choice for a new LEGO Pirate Sub-theme so need exciting set ideas!

If you've got a concept for a Merchant, Smuggler or Haven Guard set share it with us in the LEGO Pirates Forum.

If you'd like to help us shape our factions visit the Defining the Factions thread and share your ideas.

Suggest LEGO Pirate Sets right now!

 

Troglodyte by Dunkleosteus

May 22nd, 2014 posted by Capt. Redblade
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The only thing worse than a pirate ship is a pirate ship WITH TEETH.

Out of the inky black night sails the terrifying, primal Troglodyte, the latest creation from Eurobricks member Dunkleosteus.  Built entirely in LDD, the Troglodyte comes complete with three masts, 14 guns, and two massive, LotR-inspired tusks on the prow! Keel-hauling just got a lot scarier!

See lots more pics and comment on Troglodyte in the forums.



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