Author Archive

Mr. Bones by evildead

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Mr. Bones, leader of the skeletons

How many skeletons does it take to create a maxifig skeleton?  I’m not sure but it takes many many white bricks.    Check out this maxifig skeleton created as a centerpiece for a Pirates display.  There are more pictures in the Pirate forum thread, so why not check it out!

Comment on the maxifig in the forum.

The Phoenician by Kerntechniker

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
The Phoenician tradeship

The Phoenician trade ship

Sometimes power isn’t needed as much as speed.  When trade is your, well trade, a trade ship is the best bet for cruising through the Caribbean.  Kerntechniker has brought us The Phoenician trade ship.  It may be small in size but with plenty of space on board for crew and treasure, this is one Pirate ship that you may just miss as it steals your bounty and sails off before you know it.

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Is it too late to get into LEGO Pirates?!?

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

Too late to collect LEGO Pirates?

The LEGO Pirates line has been cancelled for the time being.  Something us Pirate fans are all too familiar with, but to a new comer, the question has been asked.  “Is it too late to get into the LEGO Pirates Theme?  Most of us will immediatly shout out, “of course not!”   Listen to both sides and vote your opinion.

Add your opinion in the Pirate forum.

Battle of Fontenoy by Perfectionist

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

(May 11, 1745)

The Battle of Fontenoy

The date was May the 11th 1745, the canon’s start to fire with a fierce authority.  From the Red coats to the Blue coats this MOC tells the story well.  With a great cannonball technique and an impressive army to boot, this Bayonets at Dawn entry is sure to do well.  Entered just in time for the contest!

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The LEGO Group is listening!

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Take the Survey tell LEGO how you feel!

Tell the LEGO Group what you want!

The LEGO Group is listening!

Is anyone happy that the Pirates line has once again been discontinued??  Of course not, so tell LEGO what YOU want!

Please take a few moments to complete this short OFFICIAL survey.

The LEGO Group wants to hear from us AFOL’s and TFOL’s!  This is your chance to send your feedback directly to the LEGO Group! Do you think the Pirates line should continue?  Let the LEGO Group know!  It won’t take you too long to complete, plus this is a rare opportunity to voice your opinion, BE HEARD!!

After you take the survey post your thoughts in the discussion thread.

Thank you,

Battle for Concord by NewRight

Monday, May 17th, 2010
The Battle of Concord

Battle of Concord

For the bayonets at Dawn, NewRight has choosen the Battle of Concord, from canonball smoke trails to custom canons this MOC has alot of great detail packed into a relatively small space.  Will the redcoats prevail?

Comment on NewRight’s MOC in the Pirate Forum.

Don’t cry for your hair by ZeeK

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Don't cry for your hair

Don't cry for your hair

Inspired by Louis XVI of France,  ZeeK shows the outcome of treason.  Many pirates likely are far too familiar with this scene.  From the impressive army to the beautifully built guillotine, this MOC is wonderful to look at and speaks many words in a single photo.

Comment on this creation in the Pirate forum

The “Kalabalik” at Bender by PrEtzel

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010
The great uproar of Bender

The "Kalabalik" at Bender

Swedish for Great disorder or confusion, the term Kalabalik describes this MOC perfectly.  The Turkish soldiers swarmed this Swedish Camp on a cold Feburary day.  Don’t let the flames from the roof distract you as there is a great amount of detail to be appreciated in this MOC; from the multi-level interior to the snowcovered yard, there is plenty to admire.

Why not comment on this MOC in the forum!

Lying in Wait by Lego Warlord 8

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Lying in Wait

Lying in Wait

British Scouts in a remote location never saw the American Revolutionaries coming.  This beautiful MOC shows some unique techniques for tree’s and rock formations, and is truly a piece of art.  I hope those cherries weren’t poisonous. 

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Forbidden Island review by Lorentzen

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

Forbidden Island review

Forbidden Island 6270

The year is 1989, the Pirates have a hideout, and it’s the Forbidden Island.  1989 was the pinnacle of the LEGO Pirates line, let Lorentzen take you back in time with his great review of this Classic Pirate set!

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