Posted 20 March 2011 - 09:11 AM
I'm sorry I didn't get the chance to scan anything this Spring Break, but I thought I'd put in a few factoids from the Mania Magazines before I go back to school:
The September-October issue names the Skull's Eye Schooner parrot and monkey Squawks and Coco, respectively. It also gives a date for the LEGO Pirate adventures: 1700.
The March-April issue offered this biography of the Armada Admiral:
Favorite food: A "galleon" of rocky road ice cream
Favorite basketball player: David "the Admiral" Robinson
Favorite football team: The Buccaneers
Favorite song: Row, Row, Row Your Boat
The admiral of the Imperial Armada is one of the toughest sea dogs to sail the seven seas. Everyone calls him "the Admiral" because no one knows what his name is. He was marooned on a desert island when he was a baby and found by some Islanders. Ever since then, he's been a sailor.
The Admiral wears his super shiny armor everywhere, even in the tub. It just takes him awhile to scrub the rust stains off his neck. His favorite tub toy is the 6289 Red Beard's Runner. "I like to practice sinking his ship," says the Admiral.
The Admiral is a real sports fan. He especially likes to hang out with his friends the Islanders and play soccer. In the islands, they use coconuts for balls and palm trees for goals. "My scores aren't too good, but we sure eat well after the game," he says.
This issue also names the skeleton from Volcano Island--Skully. Not terribly original, but there you are. It also suggests that the identical skeleton from 6232 Skeleton Crew is named George, but then again the comic also pegs one of the Red Beard Runer pirates as George...no further names besides the ones already pointed out by Grog, but I seem to have lost the back cover of that magazine...I could have sworn there was one more named pirate...
Posted 20 March 2011 - 01:57 PM
Flashfork wears a red and white stripped shirt, not blue and white. The guy that Captain Grog said is Ben Gunn is called Castaway.
I was looking that in http://lego.wikia.co...tes_minifigures
I can't find references to names like Tatto McGoo or Black Jack Hawkins...i can't find the names of pirate minifigs released in 1996...could someone tell me where captain Grog found that names? Thanks
Posted 20 March 2011 - 11:24 PM
I can confirm the Tattoo McGoo and other RBR names--they're from the 1996 March-April issue of the LEGO Mania Magazine, the official publication of the American LEGO club.
Posted 21 March 2011 - 10:44 PM
Posted 21 March 2011 - 11:24 PM
Thanks mate...A scan would be great, but i understand that you could have lost that old magazine. In any case, i believe you.
Posted 22 March 2011 - 02:59 AM
Don't worry--I still have 99.99% of the magazine, and it will get scanned at some point (along with all the other books and magazines I have); I just need to find the time for it. A lot of these things I really wanted to see, so I look forward to sharing them with my fellow LEGO Pirates fans.
I've scanned the first two installments of that comic, and Mister Phes has been kind enough to post them here. The third part is missing, but I have since managed to acquire the magazine with the third part in it...scans will be coming at some point...it's all a matter of time.
Posted 26 March 2011 - 03:32 PM
It's nice to see how people remember this thread, and how more names are emerging.
New names this time:
Davy Jones (game)
Governor Weatherby Swann (game)
With the game advertising saying that it will have more than 70 characters I guess this list will become a lot longer.
I'm rather curios about those comics whit the Red Beard Runner since I actually own the set, was the George guy one of the two figures from the set that haven't been named yet?
Maybe I should make a second list of those character that only are called by a title or profession. I mean among the newer pirates we have the governor, the captain and the admiral being thrown around by both fans and official sources, in the POTC sets we have titles like quartermaster, gunner zombie, chef and horse coach driver.
Btw. I'm a little disappointed how Pintel apparently looks in the game, the torso is spot on, but his head is nowhere nearly ugly enough.
Posted 12 April 2011 - 11:10 AM
Captain Red Beard or Captain Roger, name varies a bit between countries. Named in numerous sets, comics and video games. Black coat and pants, green shirt, brown epaulets, red beard (what a surprise), eye patch, peg leg, gray hook, black bicorn with white skull.
First mate Rummy. Named in” the golden medallion” comic (6255). Blue jacket with red and white striped shirt underneath, gray pants, black hair (white in the comic), eye patch, brown tricorner.
Flashfork. Named in 6255. Figure according to Brickipedia, red and white striped tank top, blue pants, black hair and moustache, red bandana. Appearance in comic, blue and red striped tank top, gray pants, brown moustache and hair, blue bandana.
(Bo ‘sun?) Will. Named in 6255. Red and white striped tank top, red pants, classic smiley, red bandana.
Bo ‘sun Will. Alternative name for 6235 apparently. Blue and white striped tank top, white pants, black hair and moustache, red bandana.
Anne. Named in the Ladybird books. White and red shirt, black hair, pants alternate between white and black in sets, bandana alternates between red and blue in sets.
Ironhook. Named in alternate title for 6261 apparently. Torn red tank top (occasionally blue epaulettes), black pants(occasionally with peg leg or blue pants), brown beard and hair, eye patch, gray hook, black bicorn with white skull.
Blackjack Hawkins. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine and LEGO Racers. Blue jacket over brown shirt, gray pants, gray beard, black tricorner.
Tattoo McGoo. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. Brownish purple west, grey pants, black moustache, black bandana.
Parma Sean LaFeet. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. Brownish purple west, blue pants, black moustache, red bandana.
Jake the Snake Blake. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. Red torn tank top, black pants brown beard and hair, eye patch, gray hook, brown tricorner.
Popsy. Name from Brickipedia, named in Ladybird Books according to wikipedia. Red parrot with yellow beak, white eyes and yellow and green wings.
Squawks. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. Red parrot with yellow beak, white eyes and yellow and green wings.
Coco. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. Brown monkey.
Captain Foul. Named in 6255. No figure. Red jacket, blue shirt, orange pants, black moustache, gray bicorn.
Culverin. Named in 6255. No figure. Green jacket, pants and tricorner, yellow and black striped shirt, brown hair.
Bessie. Named in 6255. No figure. Tan dress, brown hair, red bandana.
The Blackdeed cousins or Blackheart cousins, name varies between countries. Named in 6255. No figures. John: blue coat and pants, white shirt, gray beard and hair, green tricorner (he may also be the old man in the comic who is missing a leg). Brian: red pants and west, black and white striped shirt, black hair, green bandana.
Captain Jonah. Named in the Ladybird books. No figure.
Old Binnacle. Named in the Ladybird books. No figure.
Jimbo. Named in the Ladybird Books. Unknown crewmember of the Black Seas Barracuda.
George. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. Unknown member of the crew of the Red Beard Runner.
Steve. Persistent unofficial Eurobricks and Classic Pirates in-joke. White shirt, gray pants, brown west, brown beard and hair, black tricorner.
Governor Broadside. Named in 6255, a LEGO set where he doesn’t appear in and video games. Blue coat, white pants and shirt, black moustache and hair (whit wig in the comic), black bicorn with white trim and yellow feather (occasionally also seen with red feather). Newer version seen in LEGO Battles. Dark blue coat, gold epaulettes, white pants, gray muttonchops, black bicorn with white trim.
Lt. De Martinet. Named in 6255 and DK's The LEGO Book. Blue jacket, white pants and shirt, brown beard and hair (black handlebar moustache and hair in the comic), black bicorn.
Spinoza. Named in 6255. Brown monkey with blue collar.
Aunti or Aunt Prudence ( I assume they are the same person). Named in 6255 (Aunti) and Ladybird Books (Prudence). No figure. Red and white striped dress, brown hair.
Camilla. Named in 6255, newer version in LEGO Battles. Battles version: White dress, brown hair. Comic version yellow dress, blonde hair.
The King. Mentioned in Ladybird Books. No figure.
Admiral Woodhouse or Govoner Broadside. Named in catalogs (Woodhouse), DK's The LEGO Book (Woodhouse), comics (Broadside) and video games (Broadside). Red coat, white shirt, pants and gloves, brown moustache and hair, black bicorn with white trim, occasionally white feather.
King Kahuka or Kanuka (that might be a typo in LEGO Racers). Named in sets and video games. Green leaf loincloth, red belt, necklace, red white and blue face paint, red mast with white feathers.
Uhu. Named in LEGO Racers. Green leaf loincloth, necklace, red and white face paint, black hair with horns.
The Prince. No name source. Green leaf loincloth, red belt, necklace, red white and blue face paint, black hair with feathers.
The Princess. No name source. Green Leaf Loincloth, necklace, red lipstick, black hair with feathers.
The Admiral. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine and Lego Racers. Red shirt and silver armor (red and blue striped shirt and no armor in LEGO Racers), gray pants, black moustache, stubble and goatee, black helmet with white feather.
George. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. White skeleton with black helmet.
Skully. Named in LEGO Mania Magazine. White skeleton with black helmet.
Jolly Jack Crow. Name from Brickset.
Harry Hardtack. Name from Brickset.
Captain Red Beard. Name from Brickset.
Cannonball Jimmy. Name from Brickset.
Drake Dagger. Name from Brickset.
Captain Kraggor Kras(Danish). Name from Brickset.
Scurvy Dog. Name from Brickset.
Don-Cortez. Mentioned in Captain Red Beard’s profile on official site and in Danish catalog. No figure.
Captain Brickbeard or Klodsskæg (Denmark) or Czarnobrody (Poland, Blackbeard), there are possibly other international variants. Named in catalogs, set names and descriptions, video games. Black coat and pants, white shirt, brown beard and hair, peg leg, eye patch, gold hook, black bicorn with white skull.
The kraken. Named in set. Red octopus.
The Admiral's daughter. Mentioned in set description of Brickbeard’s Bounty (6243). White dress, black hair.
The Admiral. Indirectly mentioned in 6243. Figure unknown.
The Captain. Set description of 10210. Dark blue coat, gold epaulettes, white pants, gray muttonchops, black bicorn with dark blue feather.
The Captain’s daughter. Set description of 10210. Light blue dress and dark brown hair.
The Cook. Set description of 10210. Blue west over red and white striped tank top, tan pants, brown hair black goatee, scar, red bandana.
Pirates of the Caribbean:
Captain Jack Sparrow
Captain Hector Barbossa
William Turner Jr.
Blackbeard (a.k.a. Edward Thatch/Teach if you want to be historical)
Davy Jones (game)
Governor Weatherby Swann (game)
Mr. Cotton (game)
The Gunner Zombie
Jack the monkey(game)
The prison dog(game)
Video Games odds and ends:
Captain Jack Knife. Lego Universe.
Gingerbeard. LEGO Rock Band.
Captain Click. Lego Island, only heard though, may also be the same undead pirate we see in LEGO Football Mania.
Edited by Runamuck, 13 April 2011 - 03:18 PM.
Posted 12 April 2011 - 02:24 PM
Great info mate.
Ah, i always thought Bessie and Anne are the same character, with different names. Now, i see i was confused about that.
Ah, 2 things about the new guards:
1) you said the chief of the new guards is a Captain...i always thougt is a governor because i think is a new version of Broadside, Like Brickbeard is a new version of Roger. Are you sure is a captain?
2) Are you sure the cook is a member of the imperial crew? I think is a pirate because is dressed like a pirate, looks evil, and we can see him fighting a redocoat in the box of the set 10210.
Ah, Captain Roger/Redbeard is Called Captain Knoest in Germany(i saw the comic in german in 2005), you can add it to if you want
Posted 12 April 2011 - 03:07 PM
Funny thing about Anne and Bessie, they may not be the same character, but Ann is actually supposed to be Bessie’s daughter according to an earlier post.
As for the new guards:
1) I’m just using the set descriptions found on Brickwiki and Brickset, I think they are copies of the set descriptions on LEGO’s own site. Just trying to keep the sources more or less official. And yes, captain seems a bit low a rank for someone who is in charge of the biggest LEGO pirates ship ever.
2) That is a thing that could be up for debate. He could be a pirate, he could be a soldier, or he could be a neutral sailor. It’s all left unclear. The old flagship has the same problem with a figure that could just be a sailor or a prisoner. But for the sake of the list I put him among the soldiers; he is at least employed as a cook by them apparently.
More international names are always interesting, although I’m fairly fluent in German, I’m not sure if Knoest has a special meaning, I’ll try and look it up.
My brother and I are working on gathering more names. We have just bought LEGO Football Mania, and we have so far unlocked one pirate, or sailor, team already. So there might be coming quite a few more names soon.
Edited by Runamuck, 12 April 2011 - 03:07 PM.
Posted 12 April 2011 - 03:47 PM
I'm not sure if this has been linked to before, but LEGO's FourPlus Pirates website is still up, and it has some intriguing information about the characters: http://www.lego.com/.../thepirates.asp
Here's what I found interesting:
Captian Kragg is Redbeard's brother.
The FourPlus ship is called The Hurricane.
A new pirate or Armada character is named: Don Cortez, the one who buried the treasure the pirates are after.
Edited by TalonCard, 12 April 2011 - 03:52 PM.
Posted 12 April 2011 - 06:00 PM
The first team has blue and white striped tank tops, blue pants and red bandanas, except for Nautical Nina who wears white pants, a white shirt, has red hair and an eye patch. Faces varies between figures.
Jack the Mop
The next team is a crew of skeletons, they all look the same, white skeleton with black bicorn with Jolly Roger on it, except the goalie who wears an eye patch with a Jolly Roger on it.
Captain Click (is this the same Captain Click as the one from LEGO island?)
Dim Dem Bones
The last pirate team wear blue jackets, white pants and brown tricorners, except for Captain Redbeard who looks like he usually does except for no epaulets and a small red feather in his hat.
I would like to give a more thorough description of them, but I’ll have to get over the technical difficulties first.
Also plenty of names for other themes. Gamefaqs has a name list if you’re curious.
Edited by Runamuck, 17 April 2011 - 12:50 PM.
Posted 14 April 2011 - 02:36 PM
You said you are using Brickset. Then, according to Brickset, that guy is a governor:
According to Brickset again, "the cook" is a pirate:
About the guy of the old flagship, he appears in Black seas barracuda too, so is another pirate
And finally, about Lego football manias pirates...if you could add screenshots with the chacaters, it would be great
Posted 17 April 2011 - 12:48 PM
The problem about those names on Brickset is that I’m not sure how official they are. The pirate label on the cook could just be for the torso type, the merchants from the Imperial Trading post are also labeled as pirates. One of the reasons I made this thread to begin with was to make heads and tails of what was official and what was fan terms.
As for LEGO Football Mania, I have to thank my brother for taking these pictures, and playing through the game 3 times before that due to save errors and corrupted files.
Jack the Mop
Dim Dem Bones
Captain Redbeard, not that it should surprise anyone what he looks like
Edited by Runamuck, 17 April 2011 - 12:50 PM.
Posted 19 April 2011 - 04:27 PM
Hum...i think pirates playing football is a really silly idea, but knowing official Lego names is always interesting
Posted 27 April 2011 - 03:50 PM
Time for another Pirates of the Caribbean video game update thanks to Brickwiki:
Lian & Park (at least I assume it’s them in the background of Sao Feng’s pictures)
Bootstrap Bill (at least I think it's his barnacle encrusted face that we see behind Davy Jones)
Also, I have made a few scans of the Danish version of the pirate comic that I have.
Inside of the cover with the various groups and lots of named people.
And this is most of the story about the Blackdeed cousins.
Edited by Runamuck, 28 April 2011 - 10:52 AM.
Posted 12 May 2011 - 10:09 AM
I’ll thank Saint for bringing this website to my attention. It has quite a lot of international material. Unfortunately I can’t read all the languages, but I’ll see what I can get out of it.
So let’s start with 3 different versions of The Golden Medallion (6255):
Broadside (English), Gouverneur Breitseit (German), Grootzail (Dutch),
Camilla (English) (German) (Dutch),
Aunt Prudence (English), Tantchen Rebecca (German), Zus (Dutch),
de Martinet (English), Leutnant de Martinez (German), Van Kwelling (Dutch),
Foul (English), Käpt’n Baddog (German), Knook (Dutch),
Culverin (English), Maat Dumbo (German), Kollosul (Dutch)
Red Beard (English), Käpt’n Roger (German), Knoest (Dutch),
Pappagei Polly (German),
Will (English), Willy (German), Wil (Dutch),
Rummy (English), Rumpott (German),
Flashfork (English), Smuttie (German), Smulpaap (Dutch),
Spinoza (English) (Dutch), Speedy (German),
Bessie (English) (German),Betsie (Dutch),
John & Brian Blackheart (English), John & Brian McBlack (German), Wout & Wiebe Wandaad (Dutch),
The website also has quite a few catalogs with some interesting manes sprinkled throughout them, not listing repeats from 6255.
6235: Bo’sul Will (small European catalog)
Capitaine Barbe-Rousse (full line Canadian catalog)
Bootsman Wil (full line Netherlands) only a mug shot of a mustachioed pirate with a blue bandana.
Polli der Papagai (full line Germany)
Admiraal Blaaskaak (full line Neterlands)
6261 Ironhook’s Escape Raft, 6235 Bo’sun Will and Spinoza (small catalog Europe)
Admiral Woodhouse (English text in Japanese catalog)
Indigo Islanders, 6264 includes Ironhook, now with a pegleg (full line United Kingdom)
Kapitein Blokbaard (Netherlands)
There are also a few scans of other magazines and comics.
Unfortunately I can’t really read them. I’m fluent in Danish, English and German, I can understand Norwegian and Swedish and I might be capable of reading some Dutch, but I can’t read French.
I might have overlooked some names in the vast amounts of material, and it being in languages that I don’t understand doesn’t help.
Are there any other members here on Eurobricks that could tell us a little more about these scans? There are many interesting things in the catalogs like alternative set names, ship names, voodoo and taverns. Also dies anybody know websites with more scans?
Posted 12 May 2011 - 10:53 PM
And by the way, it looks like this young kids book got published:
You can use Amazon's "look inside" and read just a few pages. They introduce Captain Brickbeard by name, but I could only see a couple other pages besides that, and on one page they refer to "the pirates" so maybe they don't use many specific names. But if someone can get their hands on the book itself, maybe there are some names for the 2009/2010 Pirates line.
Oh and by the way, there are some other books by the same publisher for Lego stuff. One of them is for Kingdoms, and another I'm pretty sure was City (firefighters subtheme if I recall correctly).
EDIT: I poked through the Kingdoms one. It looks promising because that one uses names like "The Dragon Knight" (in all caps, implying a proper name) and even refers to the prison tower as something like "the dragon knight's tower", which is a little strange since the set's name is "Prison Tower Rescue". But my point is that this looks promising for the Pirates book if it's written the same, and maybe they gave some names to characters from 2009 pirates!
Edited by Zeya, 12 May 2011 - 10:58 PM.
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Posted 15 May 2011 - 12:19 PM
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Posted 22 May 2011 - 03:20 PM
Pirates of the Caribbean:
Curse of the black pearl
Captain Jack Sparrow (with hat and coat, with west, undead, chieftain, dancing)
Cotton(and his parrot of cause)
Elizabeth Swann(Barbossa's dress, underwear, soldier's uniform, merchant, pirate, captain robe, captai, and a few others in cut scenes)
Pintel (normal, dress)
Ragetti (normal, dress)
James Norrington(dishonoured, full uniform)
Captain Barbossa (pirate, privateer)
Bo' sun (Bådsmand in Danish)
Governor Weatherby Swann
Town pirate (bypirat in Danish)
Town man (bymand in Danish)
Town girl ( bypige in Danish)
Town lady (bydame in Danish)
Dead man's chest
Bootstrap Bill Turner
Lord Cutler Beckett
River lady (floddame)
River man (flodmand)
Pirate (the Flying Dutchman)
At world's end
Sao Feng (he is much nicer in the game than he was in the movie)
Tattooed pirate (the tattoo on his black is actually an insignia from the 90's dragon knight's armour)
Mistress Ching (Herskerinden Ching in Danish)
Sri Sumbhajee Angria
Gentleman Jocard (Jocard den Ædle in Danish)
Ammand the corsair
Pirate from Singapore
Man from Singapore (mand fra Singapore in Danish)
Lady from Singapore (dame fra Singapore in Danish)
Imaginary Jack with shovel (shirt)
Imaginary Jack with bomb (bare chest)
Imaginary Jack with pistol (bare chest and tattoos)
Ahoy! There be spoilers ahead!
On stranger tides
Angelica (normal, disguised)
Old Seadog? (I don't know what he is called in English, but he is called Gammel søulk in Danish)
Jack the monkey (not named)
Hernán Cortéz (not named in game but definitely appears in a cut scene)
Several alternative outfits for characters in cut scenes
Rats, crabs, frogs, birds and other small animals
Rum smugglers (mentioned in level name only)
Imaginary mini Jacks
Other fish men
William Turner III (not named)
Ferdinand, King of Spain (not named)
I hope that I haven’t missed anyone
Posted 23 May 2011 - 12:12 AM
I have the book, and there isn't any new information...Brickbeard remains the only named pirate. :(
Posted 25 October 2011 - 04:22 AM
EDIT: also a shark named Sawtooth.
Edited by TalonCard, 25 October 2011 - 04:27 AM.
Posted 26 October 2011 - 10:16 AM
This is very interesting; I hadn’t thought that stage shows would hold some new names. If I remember correctly LEGOLAND in Billund also has a stage in the old pirate part of the park, but I have never seen any of the shows.
Is it just me, or does Miranda Valentina bear a rather striking resemblance to the female figure included with Brickbeard’s Bounty? Admittedly we never get at that great look at her in the video, but white dress and blue pants match the figure, even the details I can make out on her torso match the figures. Sawtooth also matches the shark that is included with BBB. The female figure is, as far as I remember, called the admiral’s daughter in the set description, so does that mean that we also have an unseen admiral Valentina among the pirate characters?
I was actually considering digging up this thread again anyways, since I have noticed that the LEGO wiki lists a few Pirates of the Caribbean figures from other ports of the game that aren't on my list that was based on the PC version. Morey, Palifico,Manray and Greenbeard, some of Davy Jones goons, appear in a different version of the game. Monk, one of Barbossas goons, also appears in the DS version.
Considering that I have already mentioned characters from licensed sets, let’s just also mention The Flying Dutchman, Spongebob Squarepants and Patrick Star for good measures.
Edited by Runamuck, 26 October 2011 - 03:25 PM.
Posted 27 October 2011 - 02:52 AM
Interesting! I hadn't thought of that. It's great to see more characters introduced; there were so many with the first wave of LEGO Pirates.
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