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Battle Reports
The Horror Corps line up at the edge of the field.
Natalya - April 18, 2011 - Battle Reports

Every week for the past month or so, Rev. Sylvanus is playing BrikWars with some friends down at Redcap’s Corner game shop in Philidelphia. On April 30th there will be a tournament, so if you live in the area you should check it out. This weekend’s battle was a grudge match between Rev’s OOF and dirtycajun’s Horror Corps. They’re fighting over a mysterious pod that crash-landed in a pond at the centre of the field. Who will win? Check the links below for this battle report and others.

April 16th Brikwar: @ Philly / Grudge Match
April 9 Brikwar: Mini-rep @ Philly
March 28 Brikwar: @ Philly
A white DSM blasts the head off of a blue Futuron invader.
Natalya - December 17, 2010 - Battle Reports

ForlornCreature posted an awesome battle report of a fight between the infamous Deadly Space Men and their sworn enemies, the Futuron. The Futuron trick the DSM into allowing them to land near their gas mining operation, but getting to the field doesn’t make you win the fight automatically. Read Forlorn’s first battle report to find out who will prevail.

DSM Civil War!
Tuefish's Vol destroy an Assyrian tank in the Peach Massacre of G.R. 2010.
Natalya - November 23, 2010 - Battle Reports

2010 has been a year of battle and conflict for space factions. The Immortals have prompted an arms race among many of the star empires and sparked huge clashes between them. Notably, the long awaited Round 2 of the Peach Massacre of G.R. 2010 is finally being uploaded to the forums, so check it out as 200+ minifigs from three different star empires face off in an epic free for all to the death.

Peach Massacre Round Two on the BrikWars forums
G.R. 2010 Overview on the BrikWiki
Apollyon's armory guards irritate a Deadly Spaceman, with easily predictable.
Mike - December 21, 2009 - Battle Reports

Speaking of battle reports from 2009, Arkbrik’s taken the trouble to collect links to a couple dozen of them, and has posted them to the forum in one big Battle Report List.

Arkbrik’s “Re-stealing the Battle Report List” on the BrikWars Forums
Why was Copenhagen selected for a meeting of world leaders? Easy access to Billund, experts say
Mike - December 17, 2009 - Battle Reports

There have been plenty of awesome battle reports coming in over the last couple of months that I’ve been too lazy to post, but there was no way I could let this one pass without comment. It’s the first one I’ve seen to put Obama and his well-known superpowers to use in combat, to truly stupendous effect. This is a moment that will shape history.

The pictures aren’t the best quality, but from start to epic conclusion this is truly a battle not to be missed.

Arkbrik’s Copenhagen Climate Conference
Dan Lacey, Painter of Pancakes
On Death War Day 2, Natalya maneuvers her Assyrian cruiser to place the Czech fighter inside the barrel of the main cannon, right before hitting the fire button.
Mike - December 14, 2008 - Battle Reports, Forum Battles

December seems to be the month for daily-update combat serials, starting with Reasonably Clever doing a QuikWars version of their annual LEGO Advent Calendar feature. It’s the Town Calendar versus the Castle Calendar, fighting to the death while both attempt to free the imprisoned Santa Claus from evil Martians.

Pesgores followed up a little bit later with “Superproject Codename: Persogoras,” a play-by-forum battle between the Rebels (played by Moronstudios), the Empire (OneEye589), the Pirates (Bonn-o-Tron), and the Droids (IVhorseman).

Last but not least, Natalya followed suit with the Death War Project, making up for its later start with some of the best BrikWars action photography to date. The combined-forces battle sets the Assyrian Star Empire (pesgores and Natalya), the Czech Republic (Moronstudios and AmmoMan), the Space Ninjas (Theblackdog), the Space Pirates (Rody), and the Gludavian Raiders (Niflheim) in deadly combat from clashing ground forces up to the mighty Assyrian space cruiser.

Reasonably Clever’s 2008 Advent Challenge: Castle vs. City
Pesgores’s Superproject codename “Persogoras” on the BrikWars forums
NatalyaAF’s Death War Project on the BrikWars forums
In space, no one can hear your squad get sucked out a hull breach.
Mike - December 6, 2008 - Battle Reports

Mercenaries, Alliance, and Reavers, oh my! DaCheez spent more photos on his troops messing with the space station’s environmental controls than on what were reportedly some heavy firefights, but watching squads get crushed by artificial gravity and sucked out airlocks is pretty entertaining nonetheless.

DaCheez’s Firefly-Themed Battle thread on the BrikWars forums
DaCheez’s Firefly-Themed Battle gallery on BrickShelf
Regular Alien and Albino Alien have a quick huddle to discuss an unorthodox battle strategy of not kicking any notable level of ass
Mike - May 8, 2007 - Battle Reports, Events

Unruly NELUG hooligans showed up at OurCon 17 at UMass-Amherst to represent the BrikWars in a series of bloody showdowns. Four recent Nelug battles saw successful reprises in convention form: It Takes A Pillage, VersaillesPunk, The Tox Uthat, and NasKart.

Wayne McCaul’s OurCon 17 article on Nelug.org
Wayne’s OurCon 17 gallery on BrickShelf.com
The New England LEGO User’s Group
New Brikinville, the most hobo-filled town in history.
Mike - April 29, 2007 - Battle Reports

Peter writes in to present Moron Studios’ new BrikWars fansite, with reports of their campaigns for the Bird Crown in the towns of Old and New Brikinville.

Billed as “the most hobo-filled town in history,” Brikinsville has been host to a well-documented series of battles between vikings, assassins, the Mithril Knights, the undead, and (you guessed it) hobos. The Moron Studios site is full of photos and reports about the town and its inhabitants, as well as the battles that take place there. The Moron models are especially noteworthy for finding ways to intermix Mega Bloks features and elements into the Lego landscape.

Moron Studios BrikWars
Colonial guerillas prepare to disrupt the well-ordered British ranks.
Mike - April 16, 2007 - Battle Reports

The Nelug guys have gone in for historical re-enactment, this time taking less dramatic license than they may have earlier with their reinterpretation of such events as the Treaty of Versailles.

Elroy Davis posts on Lugnet to share the tale of forty law-abiding British redcoats, their heroic attempt to march from one end of a road to the other, and of the forty American colonial insurgents who ambushed them from hiding in defiance of all rules of warfare.

Elroy’s Lugnet post
Scenario rules for “Battle Road” (PDF, 217k)
Shaun Sullivan’s photos on BrickShelf (PDF, 217k)