June 11th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
Look down, look down, don't look 'em in the eye!
Eurobricks member Matthias130182 shows us how the Redcoats treat their prisoners in this scene showcasing a forced labour camp under Redcoat rule. Pirates and Bluecoats alike work together under heavy guard, and the pile of bodies in the corner hints at what happens if they don't!
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June 7th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
An old favourite with a new twist!
Eurobricks member Yawgmoth has put his own spin on the classic Skull's Eye Schooner. While still recognizable with its original colour scheme and figurehead, the updated ship also features some welcome new additions, such as more cannons, a closed deck, and a furnished captain's cabin.
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June 5th, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Old and Bold
Age before beauty? It would certainly be fair to say that this is a ship of both. His first attempt at a pirate ship, MOCpages user Hrvoje Majetich brings the forums this magnificent "wooden" craft. Utilizing new and brilliant design, detail, and texture, he reminds us that even the oldies still got their kicks.
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June 3rd, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
New Bluecoat Torso!
Dr. Steve shows us how to use the new Collectable Minifigure Revolutionary Soldier to create a new faction of Bluecoats! Complete with accessories by Brickarms.
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May 31st, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Though simply named "An Imperial Ship", one can see that this is not a simple ship at all. His first LEGO Pirate ship MOC, Forbidden Cove user Purple Wolf creates this sleek and defined Redcoat vessel. Using full custom rigging, a creative rolled-up sail technique, and overall nice part usage, he brings one more ship to the Imperial Fleet.
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May 28th, 2013 posted by Capt. Redblade
Drop anchor here, lads!
Our own Grimmbeard built this impressive display for the inaugural Scouting for Bricks event in Virginia. Featuring his own custom ships, as well as a fortified Bluecoat stronghold, this "Best In Show" winner is definitely deserving of the title!
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May 26th, 2013 posted by Capt. Stabbin
Classic Pirate Outpost
New user PaladinPL shows us this excellent pirate island. Just like what TLG might have released, it has great building techniques and many playable features. It's pure Classic Pirates!
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May 23rd, 2013 posted by Grimmbeard
Ahoy, El Capitan!
With the 2009 repeat of the LEGO Redcoat Imperial Guards, and the recent redoing of the classic Bluecoat Imperial Soldier minifigure in series ten, many fans will still wonder "where is the Imperial Armada?". Eurobricks user Matthias130182 leans in quench fans' thirsts for the old Spanish soldiers with this bold new MOC. Making use of theme-relevant parts and colors, along with clever techniques, he creates the perfect mixture of old and new to keep the Armada theme alive.
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