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- “Yarr! Don’t ye know who I be? And if not, do ye have any suggestions?”
- ―Pirate Captain
The Pirate Captain is a Minifigures minifigure released in September 2012 as part of the Minifigures Series 8.
The Pirate Captain wears a red longcoat and a bicorne hat with a gold-coloured skull and crossbones, as well as a few small gold dots, which decorate the hat. There is also a plume/feather that attaches to a small whole fit for it. His face is printed with black sideburns, and big, black moustache. He also has a Dark Red coloured eye-patch, and a tanned eye on the other side. His torso print is a red jacket, with a brown bandoleer belt, with several buttons printed. He has a gold hook hand, and a gold cutlass piece, which is exclusive to this figure. He has a brown peg-leg, with black, unprinted legs.
The LEGO Movie
In The LEGO Movie, the Pirate Captain is seen in Wyldstyle's backstory about the Master Builders. The Pirate Captain's parts made a cameo in MetalBeard's first storming of the Octan Tower as MetalBeard wore them. He also can be seen in the Think Tank of Lord Business.
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
In The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, the Pirate Captain is seen during Queen Watevra Wa'Nabi's song "Not Evil" when she promises to get MetalBeard a new body and a Pirate Planet were the Pirate Captain is briefly seen.
- The Pirate was the first Series 8 minifigure to be revealed.
- The Pirate Captain's bio mentions both Captain Brickbeard and Captain Ironhook
- His preliminary name was 'Captain Pirate'
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“Yarr! Don’t ye know who I be? And if not, do ye have any suggestions?”
A real pirate is a merciless, rotten son of a sea dog, and that’s exactly what the Pirate Captain aspires to be. He certainly looks the part with his rugged eye-patch, hook-hand and peg-leg, but he has to admit that he’s had a few hiccups along the way.
First of all, his ships keep sinking. No matter whether it’s a man o’ war or a dinghy, any vessel capsizes within five minutes of him coming aboard. Also, he gets seasick really easily – sometimes just a picture of the ocean is enough to set him off. Worst of all, he’s having real trouble coming up with a piratey name. All the good ones – from Ironhook to Brickbeard – seem to already be taken. If he can just come up with a name to strike fear into the hearts of landlubbers everywhere, the Pirate Captain figures the rest of his problems will solve themselves!