The President of the CollegeBoard works diligently to spread its intellectual property throughout the BrikVerse through a campaign of political infiltration and open military force, and he would like you to know that he is obviously fictitious and any resemblance to real persons or organizations, whether living, dead, or cynically exploitative of aspiring college applicants, is purely coincidental.
from "The CollegeBoard"
The concepts, rules, information, and general
philosophy presented or referred to in this text (which material shall
hereafter be referred to as "This Stuff") are completely
unauthorized and unsanctioned by anyone, anywhere, with the possible
exception of Mike Rayhawk, who, in the event that he can ever be proven to authorize and/or sanction This Stuff, pledges to authorize and/or sanction
it only half-heartedly and on a very occasional basis. This Stuff
is especially unauthorized by the LEGO Group of companies, Mega Bloks
Inc., Best-Lock, or by any of the other dozens of producers of plastic
construction toys, or in fact by any producer of any type of toys, plastic or construction or otherwise.
Furthermore, if there is anyone else out there we somehow missed,
we apologize and preemptively disclaim any apparent or implicit authorization
or sanctioning from said parties. In the unlikely event that some
presently unspecified party attempts to sanction or authorize This
Stuff at some point in the future, we reserve the right to acknowledge
or disavow their sanctioning or authorization at our discretion.
The cover image "The Dread Pirate
Two-By-Two" is Copyright ©2005 Mike Rayhawk. Except where
noted otherwise, all rulebook images are created and copyrighted
by Mike Rayhawk. These images may be construed by hostile parties
as bearing some superficial resemblance to products that are trademarks
of the LEGO Group or some other producer of plastic construction
toys. This does not represent any kind of endorsement or approval
by the LEGO Group. BrikWars is not specifically geared towards the
"LEGO®" product line, nor towards any specific product
line of any producer of plastic construction toys, or towards any other type
of toys. In the unlikely event that it can be proven that these
pictures are intended to portray products in the "LEGO®"
product line, then that portrayal should be interpreted as representing
the artists' and photographers' personal, subjective, and unsolicited preference
for the "LEGO®" product line. These images are provided
only as examples - any type of toys, including products from other
manufacturers' lines of plastic construction toys, could be used
The earliest versions of BrikWars drew great inspiration from the games Lego
Wars and Lego Wars II, copyright ©1991, 1995 Eric O'Dell
and R. Todd Ogrin.
Lego Wars and Lego Wars
II were not authorized or sanctioned by the LEGO Group. The word
LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO Group, and its inclusion
in the titles of Lego Wars and Lego Wars II was quite specifically
protested and prohibited by the LEGO Group, eventually resulting in those games' annihilation.
Copyrights and Trademarks
All trademarks, service marks, and copyrights are the property of
their respective owners. Where they are mentioned or referred to
in this book, they are used for editorial purposes only, and do
not imply any endorsement or acknowledgement by their owners.
a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies. Best-Lock
is a trademark of Best-Lock Group Ltd. Mega
Bloks is a trademark of Mega Bloks Inc. C3
Construction System is a trademark of The Art Asylum, Inc. Little
Armory is a trademark of Little Armory Toys Inc. BrickForge is a trademark of BrickForge. BrickArms is a trademark of BrickArms LLC. BrickWarriors is a trademark of BrickWarriors, and is an unrelated entity despite sounding suspiciously similar to BrikWars. SI-DAN TOYS is a trademark of SI-DAN TOYS. BrickTW is a trademark of RCG Toy's Ltd. There have been dozens if
not hundreds of toy companies manufacturing plastic construction-bricks
and related accessories over the years; these are used as representative
samples throughout the book and are not intended as a comprehensive
For further examples, visit FireStar Toys (http://www.firestartoys.com/), who are not affiliated with BrikWars but who do a much better job of keeping up with the ever-expanding range of producers of bricks and brick accessories than we do.
is a trademark of Todd S. Lehman and Suzanne Rich Eaton. Peeron
is a trademark of Dan Boger and Jennifer Finch. Brickshelf (http://www.brickshelf.com)
is a trademark of Brickshelf L.L.C. BrickLink (http://www.bricklink.com/) is a trademark of BrickLink Ltd. All of these websites are incredibly
rich resources for plastic-brick enthusiasts.
All material contained in or related to the BrikWars
rulebook that can't be proven to belong to one of those entities
mentioned in this disclaimer is created by and copyright ©1995-2010
If you have any further questions, please visit our online forums at http://www.brikwars.com/forums
or e-mail the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Fair Use Policy
You may print, photocopy, and distribute unaltered copies of this
rulebook for private non-commercial use.
and Other Material
If you create a modified or abbreviated copy of the rulebook, or if
you make promotional flyers or other BrikWars material for a BrikWars
event, you may print them out and distribute them non-commercially
as long as the following guidelines are followed:
- Any modified or abbreviated version of the
rulebook must be clearly labeled as being a modified or abbreviated
- The name and contact information of the individual
or group by whom the material was printed should also be included.
- If you include material that falls under the
copyright of any other individual or group, add the appropriate
- Be sure to prominently include the following
|BrikWars is copyright
©1995-2010 Mike Rayhawk.
For more information and the complete rules, please visit http://www.brikwars.com.
Don't Get Me in Trouble
You may not use BrikWars or BrikWars materials for illegal or felonious
purposes. These include, but are not limited to:
- Soaking copies of BrikWars in gasoline and
using them to start structure fires.
- Spray-painting rulebook excerpts or unit stats
on the walls of subways or police stations.
- Inscribing pages from the rulebook on heavy
stone tablets and dropping them out skyscraper windows in the
hopes of crushing pedestrians or small dogs.
- Using actual humans and assault weapons in
the place of toy miniatures.
- Kidnapping the cheerleading squad at gunpoint
and forcing them to play BrikWars for thirty-six hours straight.