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Brittanian inaccuracy at its best.
Forum Battles - November 25, 2011

Over two years ago, at the end of the 2009th Galactik Revolution, war was beginning. Some Assyrians had stolen a computer core from a secret Peach base underneath the surface of some god-forsaken Brittanian outpost. They were on their way back to the space port to return to their ship when the Zombie Apocalypse broke out. Faster than you can blink, approximately 500 minifigures would swarm the spaceport and fight to the death for the Computer Core, glory, and ossum. Guest appearances by Stubby, Brikthulu, and Manly Santa.

Warhead’s ZZD Top Thread
- posted by Natalya
The Dark Horde's elephant shirks its howdah duty.
Battle Reports - November 10, 2011

Judging has concluded on the second annual Halloween Hellhunt battle report contest, and Killer Karetsu’s “The Battle at Brikpass” has come out on top. The forces of both Count Shinypants and Dark Lord Krag Hag had the poor luck to be traveling through the Brikpass on the same day, and slaughter inevitably ensued.

Battles were judged by a team of five judges for a potential five points based on five categories: Gameplay, Photography, Violence, Writing, and Overall Appeal. These were combined, through mysterious Halloween math, to add up to a maximum potential score of 16. How does that work? Not even the judges know for sure.

Halloween Hellhunt – Annual Battle Report Contest
Killer Karetsu’s “The Battle at Brikpass” – 14 points
mgb519′s “Ambush Valley” – 13 points
Zahru II’s “The Dig” – 13 points
AlphaFalcon541′s “Last Stand on Raider Valley” – 12 points
Falk’s “Operation: Beachhead” – 12 points
BrickSyd’s “The Happy Ending Treason” – 12 points
Jodokast’s “Battle of Champions II” – 9 points
Sjosten’s “Desert Strike” – 8 points
- posted by Mike
Tigershark SHDT by freddie
The Armory - August 31, 2011

Here we have some more excellent creations by our forum members. The featured picture is the Tigershark Super Hover Death Tank by fredde. Designed to compete with the super tanks that have been floating around the board since December, fredde decided to best everyone by making a hover tank instead of a normal one. Armed to the teeth, (literally) this tank is built to destroy. Check out links to some other cool stuff below. J+B designed some neat heavy troopers using the Explorien helmet, and Siceron and Coral made functioning minifig-scale compound-bows.

Tigershark by fredde
Heavy Troopers by James+Burgundy
Compound Bow Archers by Siercon and Coral
- posted by Natalya
Skeiðbrimir Light Attack Frigate
The Armory - April 26, 2011

Everyone loves to see the epic destruction that can be wrought upon their cities and towns of plastic building bricks, but you have to remember that the cooler your creations are, the cooler they will look when destroyed. That’s why many members of the BrikWars forum like to dedicate hours of their day to building the most intricate and detailed vehicles, mecha, and buildings so that when it comes time for battle the ruined creations strewn about the field will be eye-catching and beautiful even when destroyed. For this post I have linked some of the more awesome creations that have been put up recently.

Skeiðbrimir by tunasailor
Spacecraft Galaxy by BrickSyd
SAF-32 Falcon by RoC77
- posted by Natalya
The Horror Corps line up at the edge of the field.
Battle Reports - April 18, 2011

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
- posted by Natalya
A white DSM blasts the head off of a blue Futuron invader.
Battle Reports - December 17, 2010

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!
- posted by Natalya
Stabbing you in the face since 2001.
Brick Links - December 16, 2010

Hi everybody! Remember that video I was telling you about in the previous post? The “Lego Black Ops” one?

Within the same day, eBaum’s had already stolen it, slapped their logo on it, and started collecting ad revenue for it. Which is to be expected, that’s what they do. What pisses me off is that in the couple days since then, people have been sending me links to it as if it were the original content, which it isn’t, obviously.

I usually figure that that site has been around long enough that people know better than to pass around eBaum’s links, but some of you are pretty new to the internet and don’t know about those guys yet. So for those of you not clued in: DON’T USE EBAUM’S. Don’t visit it, don’t link to it, don’t put up with other people who do.

Their sole reason to exist is to steal original content from guys like me, pretend it’s theirs, and make money off it. Every time you visit a page on their site, and every time you send someone else there, you’re giving them ad revenue for their stolen work.

eBaum explained in a cautionary animation
eBaum explained on Wikipedia
- posted by Mike
Brick Links - December 13, 2010

Just saw a stop-motion video by Keshen8 that’s not to be missed – it runs like a highlight reel for BrickArms weaponry (though I think I spot at least a couple of Brickforge pieces in there as well – am I wrong?).

I try to update the links every now and then with new custom-weapons shops that catch my eye, but I really only get a tiny fraction of what’s out there, and there are a couple of sites that are much more dedicated and do a much better job.

Most of the customs news I follow these days comes from the Ugly Duckling at Bricklink minifig news blog and the FireStar Toys reseller site. These will give you a much better idea of the full range of minifig options available, and I figure this is as good an excuse as any to pass along some links.

Keshen8′s channel on YouTube
BrickArms custom molded weapons and custom minifigures
BrickForge custom minifigure accessories
The Ugly Duckling at Bricklink minifig news blog
FireStar Toys
- posted by Mike
The BrikWiki: Like a Library of Death.
Brick Links - December 7, 2010

It has been around for a while, but it has never made it into the newsfeed. I’m talking about the BrikWiki — BrikWars’ wiki where you can learn about Triangleism, Orange Transparent, or the horrific events which took place at Hospital 555. Below I’ve linked some of the better-written pages. Go have a look:

Orange Transparent Chainsaw
Hospital 555
Stat Card List
- posted by Natalya
Tuefish's Vol destroy an Assyrian tank in the Peach Massacre of G.R. 2010.
Battle Reports - November 23, 2010

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
- posted by Natalya