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    Fountain of Youth 2.0

    Wanted to use the original set mainly but make it more accurate. I know it's no where near perfect, but I think it's alot better. I only added 2 flat blue 2x4s to hold the pillar bases togeather and the flat grey bar to reinforce the arch of the Fountain. Other then that, I modded Barbossa since I also have the Isla De Muerta and wanted to change the characters up. I reimagined him as the Spanish Captain. You could make do without those minor changes and build this directly from the regular fountain set so I thought I'd share.
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    Thanks alot!
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    Tia Dalma's Shack

    Very cool MOC, great work with everything. "Awk, Mind the boat."
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    REVIEW: 30131 Jack Sparrow's Boat

    This is such a cool little set, really hope to pick one up at some point. Thanks for the review.
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    Thank you once again for all of your help guys and gals! I have made a few more corrections and when I get some more free time tonight and going to continue to tighten up the story with some suggestions. I will also try to add a picture if I'm able to capture something appropriate for this scene. Would a mod be willing to please help me and remove the "S" at the end of my title?
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    San Miguel Fortress

    I really love this little moc. It's simple enough in design but complex in the way you built it. It also sort of reminds me of those little castles in Super Mario World.
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    Thanks again to everyone for the praise and critism, its very helpful. I have returned to make some corrections, including puncuation, word usage, and excluding Jack's rape pillage and plunder line. Apologies to the LEGO fans. I have corrected the plural usage, and if a mod would be kind enough to do so in my title it would go greatly appreciated. I also corrected myself on the Pearl's November release. With the rape pillage and plunder line, my intention wasn't twoards women, but like you can rape a town or pirate ship as a verb. 7. to plunder (a place); despoil. 8. to seize, take, or carry off by force. I was remembering back to his line in the first film while attempting to board the Interceptor but I agree that it sends the wrong message so I removed it. Jack indeed would not nor need to do such a thing, given what we've seen of his luck with the ladies anyway. Again thank you, I just tryed to capture the idea that these figures came to life at night and I'm glad everyone was able to pick up on all of the ideas I put in there so smoothly. All other comments and critism welcome. And also a big thank you to the folks here hosting this fun contest.
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    Yes indeed, thanks for the tip!
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    Thanks guys. Sorry was doing a bit of editing, I gotta recount them but I came in under 300 the first time. Ok I think I got it at about 293.
  10. Here is my entry to the story contest, enjoy. Fog poured through the window into the darkness, the moonlight obscured by clouds shone down, cutting through the mist like a sabre and providing some light to the dark bedroom. Through the shadows appeared a minifigure, inching forward, he leaned in smiling, light glimmering off his gold teeth. "Ah Captain Jack Sparra!" "Master Gibbs!...err your late." "But sir, I've been here since..." "Heresay and conjecture" Jack leveled his compass as Gibbs followed his bobbing head left and right before looking up. "Upsy daisy, savvy?" Gibbs hoisted Jack to his shoulders. Little Billy lay sleeping in his bed, his LEGO now of their own mind. " mate, they say the Pearls coming in November." "So what are we doin here exactly?" replied Gibbs. "You don't really expect me to wait until November to pillage and plunder do you?" "Aye I spose not." The Brickbeard's Bounty sat high atop the bookshelf. "Alright you skalliwag, HEAVE!" Shouted Jack. He and Gibbs pushed the Bounty with all their might, scraping wood and leaving a trail in the dust as she inched closer to the edge. Captain Brickbeard sprang forth from his tupperware tomb alerted by the noise. "STOP HIM!" Screamed Brickbeard, his crew now running toward the fading vessel as fast as their plastic legs could carry them. Gibbs pushed ahead as the classic LEGO inched in. From the rigging Jack taunted Brickbeard. "You will always remember this as the day you almost-" The ship teetered, rocking back and forth before tumbling over the edge and shattering into pieces on the watery blue colored carpet below. Gibbs stood shocked above looking over the mess. Jack pulled himself dazed from the brick wreckage... "...Cap'n Jack Sparrow..." The light clicked on. "MOM! WHAT HAPPENED TO MY LEGO?!"
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    Queen Anne's Revenge MOC

    I was waiting for someone to do this, very well done. I only wish it came like that from Lego.
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    General Pirates of the Caribbean Theme Discussion Thread

    I dont think its too off topic to discuss the movie, its important to the sets afterall, but yes I agree about being careful about spoilers. My review was ok though right? If anyones bothered I'll take it down, just let me know. Anyway great news! Rebooted 'Pirates' sets overseas box office record This bodes well for future lego sets and a possible 5th installment!
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    MOC Crimson Permanent Assurance

    Wow, I apologise for digging up this relic from the past, but I had to comment, I've been slowly working my way back through all the MOCS and this is just great. Such a funny movie, Terry Gilliam is a genius and this totally captures the spirit of the movie. Really nice work on a very unique idea.
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    REVIEW: 4195 Queen Anne's Revenge

    I am going to go and see OST a second time monday and pick this baby up when I'm finsihed. Can't wait to build her, I think I'll pop in CotBP while I do.