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This article is about the Series 8 minifigure. For the 2015 Pirates minifigure, see Captain Redbeard.

"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 8833 Minifigures Series 8.


The Pirate Captain wears a red longcoat and a black bicorne hat with a gold skull and crossbones, as well as a few small gold dots, which decorate the hat. There is also a white plume/feather that attaches to a small hole fit for it. His face is printed with black bushy sideburns, and big, black moustache. He also has a dark red eyepatch, and a bloodshot eye on the other side. His torso print is a red jacket, with a white ruffled shirt underneath and several buttons, with a with a brown bandoleer belt printed over the jacket. He has a gold hook hand, and a gold cutlass piece, which is exclusive to this figure. He has a brown peg-leg on the right side, black hips and a single black, unprinted leg on the left.


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. Description This is a description taken from Please do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

“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!



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