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Pirates Don't Like to Share . A typical story, really. A pirate captain, his crew, and treasure hidden on a small island. But it didn't get to the mutiny. The captain made sure of that. . Well, here's my second MOC! It's smaller than the first one (I used a 16x32 baseplate), and I think that's for the best. I was able to focus more on details and I didn't risk running out of suitable bricks on that one :-D The pirate captain is having a hard time dragging this heavy treasure chest. He killed the first man as he finished opening the cave where the treasure was hidden. Then he stabbed the man who had been keeping watch on the beach. There is another chest left in the cave. If he'd been smarter, the pirate captain would have at least waited until they had brought the chests on the beach before killing his men. And how is he going to go back to his ship now? I don't think he can row with only one hand. And I suppose the rest of the crew will notice that the two other guys are missing... No, really, that wasn't smart of him at all. The whole scene from above.


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