Captain Valiant has a dark green shirt with white pants. His torso is decorated with white frills, a white cravat, a black belt with buckle, and a golden medal. He wears a black Morion Helmet with a white plume. His unique face is decorated with black eyebrows, mustache, and goatee. He is sometimes depicted wearing a metalized silver breastplate.
Captain Valiant is a member of the Imperial Armada, and the captain of their newest flagship, the Santa Cruz. After Captain Roger stole gold from the Treasure Outpost, Captain Valiant orders his men to hoist a flag and signal the Soldier's Outpost. This allows Sergeant Speedy to signal the Santa Cruz, revealing the location of Skull Harbour. However, by the time the Santa Cruz arrived, Captain Roger and his pirates had already escaped to Shipwreck Island.
The Conquistador appears as a Hidden Hero in LEGO Battles. Since he can only be unlocked by collecting all Minikits in the Imperial Story, the Conquistador is only playable in Free Play mode. The Conquistador's stats are 3/5 strength, 1000 life, and 2/5 speed, and he costs 500 bricks to build. The Conquistador's Magic Spells are "Area Damage Boost", "Area Armor Boost", "Mining Buff", and "Crab Swarm".
In LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed, Captain Valiant is an Explorer tank with the abilities "Cutting Riposte", "Thbbtt!", "Rousing Screech", and "I Am Rubber". He is characterized as flamboyant, using insults and taunts to demoralize the enemy while also boosting his own team's morale.
- Captain Valiant's white gloves in LEGO Battles and LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed may be the result of circular reporting, since his 6281 minifigure has been erroneously depicted with white gloves on many fan websites including Brickset and BrickLink, as shown below in this article.
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Gallery of Variants
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A flamboyant tank who hurls both attacks and insults to keep up team morale. Between his rapier wit and his actual rapier, it's hard for his enemies to say which hurts more.