With the continuous development of building blocks, the people who like pirate series building blocks are gradually expanding. Many moc designers have begun to design their own pirate series building blocks. So what are the best pirate building blocks in the Middle Ages? I summarize the building blocks as follows:
Designed and authorized by JonnyBricksmith, the original super fortress of the pirates features abundant&nonredundant details and incredibly detailed cohesion for immersive fun and enjoyment in assembly. Compatible with Pirates of Barracuda Bay 21322.
The author says “A 3 part Pirate Fortress built in to a rocky island – an absolute beast but a lot of fun to make. Complete with cave, dungeon, treasure trove, pirate bar, armoury, prison cell with working trapdoor mechanism and lots more. Lots of hinged and moveable parts to maximise your enjoyment. This MOC contains part-lists and instructions for the entire fortress build but split in to sections so you can make this one a longer term project if you wish to, one section at a time, I hope you enjoy building this as much as we did. Feedback very welcome. YARRR!’
From The Designer SleeplessNight.
The author says“Welcome to the pirate-era modular town! The buildings include an armory, harbor master’s office, a lockup and a gateway to the town. ”
The design background of this building block: A few years ago, with renewed interest in local trade routes, great efforts were made to refurbish buildings and the waterfront. The fortifications were strenghtened with addition of a new observation turret. Harbor Master’s Office was errected. Beautiful, intricate pavements were laid as a sign of the new prosperous era. Unfortunately, two years ago the peace of this place was disturbed again by the appearance of a pirate by the name of Redbeard and his infamous ship – the Barracuda. Now no one knows what the next day will bring.
From The Designer Gr33tje13.
The fort is located on two islands linked by a bridge. The island has a pier and a pirate ship, which is linked to the tower by the bridge through the front door, you can connect each room, enter the imprisonment room and the storage room, etc.
The pirate is built with realistic shape design of square rigged tall ship, true-to-life body details, premium quality sails, quickly detachable cabins, decks, etc. and cannons capable of launching cannonballs. It feels like a throwback to medieval times.
This building block can make the assemblers feel the characteristics of pirate ships in the Middle Ages, let them better understand the history, and can also assemble with their families to enjoy a harmonious family atmosphere.
From The Designer SleeplessNight.
“After so many years, the Barracuda has set sail again! But where will she go to? Oh, there’s land ahead… Shiver me timbers! The tower on the Sabre Island is still standing there, the Bluecoats watching approaches to Eldorado Fortress. Prepare for battle! With the Pirates back, but Bluecoats only represented by bones of one wretch, it’s time to start rebuilding the Navy. I’d like to present to You my modern remake of the classic Pirate Era set “Sabre Island”. This MOC is not particularly big or fancy. But like the 1989 original, it can be a perfect complement for the new Barracuda. With some nice external details, refined interiors, a copper-bottomed structure and not so obvious technical solutions, I think it can be a not only nice to look at, but also fun to build and play with.
From The Designer Massenzio:
.I wanted to build the Redbeard’s house on the Skull Island: It consists of three levels: 1) The large cave with access from a trap door of the upper floor, a secret passage on the back and a rock that hides the stolen treasures; 2) The first floor, accessible by a staircase carved into the rock, with the Redbeard’s house equipped with kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and the living room; 3) The upper floor with the residence of the rest of the crew and a revolving crane. Size: Width 32 cm (40 studs), Length 32 cm (40 studs), Height 35 cm (up to the flag). The inventory does not contain brick figures, some animals and little accessories. In model built for me, I replaced some colors of the vegetation following my taste, while the pieces of the inventory refer to the colors of the vegetation that can be seen in the rendering pictures. Thanks for your attention, have fun!
That’s all for today, and more consultations and stories about building blocks will be introduced in the next issue.