Real Pirates and Ninjas wouldn’t settle their ages-old rivalry with a game, but this hand-painted checkers set keeps flesh wounds to a minimum; also available: ninja and pirate-only sets.
Pirate Defense is yet another tower defense game (and not much of a looker), but gets interesting once you use traps; it takes some getting used to, but is worth the Yarrs and Arghhs.
Few things are as important as teaching your little geek about the neverending, epic struggle between pirates vs. ninjas; this mobile by SaltyandSweet consists of laser-cut figures.
We’ve featured 826 Valencia before, but weren’t aware until recently that they were also a non-profit that tutors kids in writing; all the more reason to buy their pirate swag, yarr!
For pirates with +10 DEX, these Pirate Belt Buckle Throwers sport a twist out four-bladed throwing star (similar to a ninja’s shuriken); check out the skull and cutlass engravings.
This meticulously detailed 1:4 Blackbeard Premium Format figure not only stands 20″ tall, but is packing some serious weaponry, with seven pistols, a bloodied cutlass and a 10″ cannon.
After the toxic waste spill, Cap’n Crunk was never quite the same: Cap’n Crunch’s far less popular twin brother, Crunk clearly prefers cannibalism to cereal on this six-color AA t-shirt.
Perfect for the landlubber in your life, 826 Valencia’s Missing Limbs poster is like an insurance policy for pirates: it shows doubloon payments for missing legs, arms and fingers.
Apple probably didn’t have hooks in mind for the iPhone’s touchscreen, but this Modern Pirates T-shirt shows even Blackbeard prefers 3G speeds when searching for buried booty. Arr!
We’ve seen many pirates in our day, but this is the first that double dutches: this rope-wielding Where’s Me Booty Tee is perfect for shaking down the neighbor’s kids landlubbers for their candy loot.
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