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    Pirates - Age of sails - Napoleonic Wars


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  1. Gin House, New Haven

    Charming building! And that corrish ambassador...!
  2. Useful Pirate Pieces from other Themes?

    Destiny's Bounty is quite a little beast! Thanks for the comparative photos!
  3. REVIEW: 70409 Shipwreck Defense

    A nicely done review for one of the hidden little gems of the previous pirate set series
  4. Mercantile Wharf on the Colonial Expansion

    Really great! The whole layout and the individual buildings are top notch!
  5. WoW, you are churning out great MOCs non stop! I love this as well and you sir are surely setting the standards for all of us! I particular;y like the irregular base, the lush tree and as always, the 1x1 round bricks roof (my favorite roof design tbh)
  6. [COR-FB] Regular Like Clockwork

    All these clocks...!!! Heidt imminent! Also that title... surely reminds me of things other than clocks! Hahahahaha!
  7. Money among the stones

    @SilentWolf Thanks for correcting me! I haven't use the mine licencing procedure for quite some time Also edited my post (crossing out the wrong step)
  8. Money among the stones

    Keymonus nice vignette and may you have the desired results! According to the rules found here, You first pay 25DB as set up costs using this form (transfer the money to Oleon), then post it at the starting thread for @SkaForHire to see it (you can also PM him if he isn't answering fast enough). When he is back on you with the results, you can licence the mine using this form (I know, there are a lot of steps but who doesn't like a bit of good old blue/red/green bureaucracy? ). Feel free to PM me for further instructions or if you are unsure of the whole process. The most important thing as I've already said, is to post the link at the starting thread for Ska to roll the dice and come up with the resulted mineral. Edit: Thanks SilentWolf for the correction!
  9. Nicely done! I, too, like the arched windows used, well, as arches and I also really like the ship (as if it came out of a board game)!
  10. For whom may interest! Yes, you CAN see that precious little bluecoat in the back, can't you?? Especially for those ship-builders out there, there is a nice category that nets you Silent Mary . So you can participate (if you have finished vacation/suntanning/mountain climbing/camping/whatever unlike myself) and make BoBS-ers proud and our universe a little more known to those pirate-y people out there!!
  11. OMG! These refugees are certainly living some very colorful lives these days
  12. Whiffo Dock

    Nice build and story! Regarding this rock-work technique, what particularly strikes me as odd, is the 4xY plate that leaves a (smallish) gap underneath it. Other than that, it is interesting and I will certainly try it myself!
  13. Woohooo! Nice one! And very Eslandolan I might add I am thinking how much time did it take for those round tiles to be put in place correctly...
  14. New Haven mill

    Hahahaha! One can never be certain about anything! Though Oleander industrial espionage is flourishing these days
  15. @Lord Buckethead Thanks for the materialization! Awesomeness indeed! @Khorne More ideas please!