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  1. Powder Monkey

    [MOC] HMS Certitude

    HMS Certitude A 26 gun 4th-rate ship of the line form around 1780 to 1840 which is loosely based on the Ardent-class ships and had the magnificent 10210 Imperial Flagship as its starting point. Regarding her size, of course, compromises had to be made - in terms of true-to-original scale or certain shipbuilding features. Nevertheless, I wanted to build her - especially for the sake of my children - suitable for minifigures. In this respect, I am always keen on finding the right mix of playability, a certain robustness and at the same time an appearance that is as realistic as possible. And I think overall it works quite well. Also, my parts selection is limited and I had to use what was there. So you could consider it as a compromise between the three poles of "appearance", "playability" and "available bricks“. Of course, one or the other situation could have been solved better with different, more special parts, but it is how it is now. The sails are made of polyester cloth, making them fairly durable (and easily washable). A friend of mine owns a laser cutter, which sealed the edges and eyelets perfectly. I’m dreaming of UV-printing those sails someday, but right now it’s not worth the cost. I omitted the mizzen staysails due to lack of space. Functions: All cannons are functional The lid to the captain's cabin can be removed The big grilles on the upper deck can be flipped open to get a view on the capstan The quarterdeck can be removed separately The forecastle can be removed separately The middle deck can be removed separately The capstan can be rotated and the anchor set or weighed All yards, gaff and main boom can be set relatively accurately A small list of sins I knowingly committed: I used bricks from many manufacturers as the bricks in my sorting boxes are completely mixed up. I cut/shortened some rigging-parts by one segment. I surely used countless illegal building techniques and put some stress on one or the other brick. I hope you enjoy this MOC and hopefully I can manage to release a few more in the future Link to Flickr Album:
  2. MontyMatte

    [MOC] Ruined Outpost

    Ahoy to y’all, happy to share my first pirates-based MOC to this great (sub)forum. The project is called [Ruined] Outpost - subtitled A Merchant‘s Tale. (More about the thoughts behind it after a short introduction) Prologue: Once again, our cheerful but slightly confused merchant can't find his intended destination. Was he holding the compass the wrong way around? On his odyssey through the waters, he spotted an Imperial outpost on a small island. He thought it would be a good idea to stop and ask for directions. Most of all he was happy to have a short chat. But the closer he got to the island, he noticed that it seemed deserted. Nevertheless, he landed to get a better impression and explore the location… Epilogue: Some time later: The once small but proud outpost is destroyed. No sign of our friendly merchant. In any case, he cannot have sailed away with his ship, it has been shattered and is adrift on the water. A dead soldier leans against the tower's broken walls. No matter what happened: A dark secret now surrounds this island. So much for my part of the story - what happened in between is up to the viewer's imagination. So both yours and mine. I'm still trying to figure out what happened ;) Maybe a few more pictures from all sides of the island will give new clues - or at least new ideas. About the creation: My actual goal was to build at least a small LEGO ship. (Respect to all you real shipbuilders btw). My result in more detail below I quickly realized that the ship needed a suitable background. So the idea of building an outpost on an island came up. A great opportunity to turn the idea into a homage to the classic LEGO pirate era. In addition to the ideal world it should also be included a ruined version. With a few movements the intact tower can be transformed into a ruin. The breaking point in the ship and the leaves at the hideout are further functions. Overall, it should give the building a bit of originality. Finally, it was important to me to use a high level of detail, which you don't see that often at classic pirates buildings but I prefer it with my MOCs. 1x1 Round Tiles were available at the Pick-A-Brick Wall. It seemed to be a great option for the water to me. A few more details that I particularly like: Not much to say about the minifig: Most of the elements were available in the LEGO shop (minifig tower). I particularly like the ´merchants's long hair and the soldier's red spot. For anyone who thinks this is too violent: It's just tomato sauce... Well, probably ;) I hope you like my project. Of course, I'm happy about any feedback. Or if you finally tell me what happened. Keep sailing! BR, Tobi / MM
  3. Medel

    [MOC] The Admiral's House

    THE ADMIRAL'S HOUSE This LEGO set is a 14th century house located in an archipelago. The Admiral, a former pirate, hides his treasures in this house which is built on a solid rock foundation. It is designed as a play-and-display set. My love for the pirate theme dates back to my very first LEGO set, Sea Mates (6252). After rekindling many fond memories thanks to the Pirates of the Barracuda Bay (21322), it was clear to me that the Imperials deserved their own comeback. Clearly I wasn’t the only one with the idea but luckily I imagined something to expand on the original theme and this is why I believe the Admiral's house would make a fantastic addition to any pirate layout. When you gaze at it, you can imagine being on the island, surrounded by palm trees, engaging in activities like fishing as a merchant or admiring the boundless ocean from the balcony like an Admiral. It was supposed to be my first ideas project but as it was built with +5000 pieces unfortunately it was rejected.
  4. Medel


    PIRATES CHRONICLES EPISODE III "Only the devil and I know the whereabouts of my treasure and the one of us who lives the longest should take it all" Edward -THE BLACKBEARD- Teach
  5. When the privateers arrived at Queenston, Edward and his men went ashore with the supplies before anchoring the frigate in a defencive position, protecting all entry to the bay. Colonel Dirk Allcock was absent from the colony while exploring the jungle, so Scarver took some liberties and ordered the construction of several properties. The first amongst them being a logging camp. As most privateers and other rough sailors are, these men were no strangers to logging, so the logging camp was up and running in no time. The camp will serve useful during the early stages of the settlement, as the palm trees proved to be effective construction materials. With the building material produced in this camp, small buildings and defencive walls can be constructed at a much faster rate. --- I thought it was fitting that Queenston's first licensed build was a logging camp, so here it is! I originally started to build it on as a 64x64 build, but I lost inspiration and decided to do one in real bricks instead. I would have loved to put more trees in the scene and I wanted to build a tent as well, but I was quickly reminded of my lack of parts... but I think it turned out good nonetheless Will be submited as a medium factory
  6. It was a dark and foggy night in Spudkirk, a group of Royal Marines were celebrating a successful voyage at a local tavern. When suddenly a woman's scream could be heard in the distance ! The men jumped to their feet and listened carefully, they stood there for what felt like an eternity without making a single sound, but then the silence broke. The sound duzins of war cries filled the docks. The men rushed to the streets where they could see bright fires coming from the direction of the bay. If any fear was felt, they didn’t show it, the men simultaneously grabbed their weapons and chased the noise. They were met with a group of unsuspecting Lotii soldiers with shock on their face, they had not expected to meet any resistance this quick. The Marines shouted their own war cries and cut down any lotii invader that stood in their way. Within minutes they had pushed back the invaders to the sea they had come from. They fought hard and without mercy, but when the lotii reinforcements arrived, there was nothing they could do. They fought to the last man, but inevitably the overwhelming lotii forces captured the docks and continued ravaging the town. In the end their sacrifices gave the locals enough time to evacuate the harbour. ----- Made this build for another scene but thought it could be cool to make a battle. So I decided to build a skirmish from the September 619 raid on Spudkirk.
  7. After months of work, the Royal Navy’s newest ship set sail from Quinnsville ! The Cutter was commissioned by the Admiralty Board in order to increase patrols around Corrington shores. Frederick Chapman had worked for several private investors in the past, even some of high standing, but never had he been contacted by agents of the Crown. The day he received the commission was the happiest day of his life, the honor to have been entrusted with the task of creating a ship for the Royal Navy, was beyond measurable. He swore he would not disappoint them, in fact, he convinced himself that he would create the fastest ship the Royal Navy had ever seen ! He spent weeks in his office making dusins of drafts and sketches. He combined ship designs he had learned from both Oleon and Elsandolan designers, even a few interesting elements he had observed on a Sea Rat ship. He wished he knew more about their ships, but Sea Rats are after all not the most common visitors of Corrington… For good reasons. Once his design was done, he was ordered to Queensville where he would oversee her construction. People from around all of Quinsville gathered at the docks to celebrate her launch. The ship was so light and sleek that when the crew opened her sails, she was immediately picked up by the wind and flew right through the waves. The crowd simultaneously reacted in aw, while Frederick, overcome by joy, jumped around and celebrated right there on the docks. The representative who had taken the ship on her maiden voyage, later admitted that she was so fast he feared they would take off and join the birds in the sky. He decided then and there to christen her HMS Peregrine, the fastest ship on the Brick Seas. ------- A new class 4 Cutter for the Navy. She is armed with 12 4-pounders and 6 swivel guns. My recommendations for her stats are : R M G C $ H 3 6 4 2 0 3 The ship being the fastest in brick seas is obviously just for story purposes and can't affect any game outcome, so don't take it too seriously
  8. Overseeing transaction of goods --- As a privateer, in times of peace, Captain Scarver spends most of his time hunting sea rats. After his latest hunt around the southern coast of Celestia, Captain Scarver returned to Port Woodhouse with the captured pirate ships and their stolen goods. After most voyages Scarver donates the stolen cargo and ships to the local militias of Corrington settlements, except for certain goods that may prove useful to his endeavours. However on this voyage they fell upon a state of the art Oleon Cutter, flying the black. It is rare to see pirates sailing Royal Navy ships, so Edward and his crew were careful not to sink her. The battle was long and hard as both opponents fought like hell, but eventually Scarver and his crew managed to capture her. Upon returning to Port Woodhouse, Scarver and his crew voted to keep the ship and add her to the fleet. Thus, he handed her to his Quartermaster who is to see her be repaired and riffited with 4 additional guns. In the meanwhile, as per usual, Scarver went to oversee their donation to the garrison in Port Woodhouse. --- I made this little scene while waiting for parts to arrive for my Cutter ship. I wanted to try out @Ayrlego's architecture for Port Woodhouse, while I also thought it could be a good idea to make a little teaser for the ship. The scene is supposed to take place in the courtyard of a fortified warehouse (kind of like something you would see in the game Assassin's Creed Black Flag).
  9. Ahoy there fellow Lego Pirate Lovers! Here is a Lego Pirates Store Moc I created from The Old Fishing Store as well as various other pieces. At this Essential Pirates store a Rookie or Vet of the seven seas can pick up their Pirate essentials, ranging from Swash bucking Swords, fancy Pirate Flags, to fine quality hats, Fresh Fish, good conditioned Maps, reliable Flintlocks and More! Heres a link to more images. I was inspired by Phoolery The Wicked Wind Tavern which I love the look of.
  10. Captain Baker

    Pirates of Barracuda Bay Under Attack!

    Ahoy there fellow Lego Pirate Lovers! Captain Redbeard and his loyal crew are under attack from Scoundrel of the Seven Seas, Captain Gold hook green feather and his large ferocious crew! Heres a link to the album with more images of the carnage!