Lego Imperial Flagship Crushes All Enemies

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Oh, hecks yes! I thought last year’s Brickbeard’s Bounty was awesome but this beast ups the ante — bigger and even more detailed — though less piratical.

All hands on deck! This amazingly detailed and realistic historical ship has three removable sections. The main hull contains 4 firing cannons, ammunition crates, muskets, torches, cannonballs, a prison with a rat, a fully-equipped ship’s kitchen, working anchor, moving rudder and a saw shark minifigurehead. The front deck has an opening door to the inside of the ship and sails with masts and rigging. The back house deck has opening doors to the captain’s chambers containing a map, poison bottle, organ and a treasure chest full of jewels and gold. The Imperial Flagship has 6 opening windows, a telescope and sextant and 3 deck lanterns. Includes 9 minifigures: the ship’s captain, his daughter, a pirate captain prisoner with shackles, the ship’s cook, a lieutenant, and 4 soldiers. Measures 29.5″ (75 cm) long and 23.6″ (60 cm) tall.

flagship3flagship3The touch I like the most is the pipe organ in the captain’s quarters. But don’t look for this bad boy in your local toy shop, apparently it’s exclusive to Lego’s online store.

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