- Admiral Ross appears under the guise "Ammoman."
- Concept of "Forum Battles" is introduced.
- Community Built army "FjordHammer" is introduced; paving the way for many more Metal related Brikwars.
|Pesogores||Superproject Codename Persogoras||description||
|Natalya||Death War Project||the 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 on the desert world of Perseid IV. Although they sustained heavy losses, the Czechs and their allies managed to force the Assyrians to withdraw, and achieved a decisive victory over the Empire.||
Reports From The Field
Red Clay Army - Red Clay Studios’ debut battle breaks new ground in a number of important areas, while keeping true to the traditions of its classical predecessors. The Dimmy Army led by a Dimmy Mage has been witnessed before in the Battle for Nagateppo, but never used with such power and Dimmy precision, bringing about the Classik BrikWars Ending in perfectly executed form.
This report also marks the first sighting of what will inevitably become BrikWars tradition – the use of peach-colored minifigs for menial slave labor and subsequent execution. It’s institutionalized racism at its finest!
Almost Agro Arena - By MoronStudios, “Almost Agro Arena,” saw more intensive use of the Medik than any battle report to date, including a botched operation towards the end with impressive results.
Saturday Smash Off, In which Olothontor and Kidko have found a novel use for the BrikWars forums – they organized a live feed for their Saturday battle, each posting photos and play-by-play commentary during their opponent’s turn, allowing the forum audience to watch the battle in progress and comment along the way.
The battle itself is the usual chaotic explosion-packed romp. Although sadly lacking in the obligatory catclysmic world-destroying fireball at the end, the event bodes well for similar exhibitions in the future.
Space troopers vs imperials vs knights - by the Lizardman
Viking Massacre - by LeggoEggo
First Battle for Emerald Base - Captain Noumouth
Vikings vs Exopilots -solo battle by Carnevil9, which is totally awesome.
Pesgores's Triangle Jobs
Deep in the ancient recesses of Portugal, the forces of Pesgores are battling away in a series of conflicts described only as Triangle Jobs. While the meaning of this phrase remains perpetually ambiguous, you can expect to see wildly malfunctioning rocket launchers, stormtroopers used as projectiles, and massive casualties from friendly fire.
NELUG's Weird War 2 - Let's just say that not all of the Germans were on the same side. The Axis troops had to move a couple of ancient artifacts from one side of the board to the train yard on the other side of the board. The Allied troops had to stop them.
Division by zero - By Redclay Studios
Urban Warfare battle - By The wizard
Vikings vs Aliens - The CrazyClone
Sibling Rivalry: Battle of the Weird Lands Durandalski and his sister toss over a hundred troops at each other, in a semi-heated battle between the forces of Commander Roland of Morfair and Princess Liader of Brinstar. Each side rolled dice to determine their secret mission objective, and then sent their armies into a battle of cataclysmic… surrendering.
Fortunately some of the surrendering units turned out to be faking it.
Durandalski’s report includes the following passage, which is very satisfying:
“We estimated that over half of each of our forces, that’s nearly 60 minifigs, were killed in an area about 1 and a half feet square. The bodies were piled up on each other, and the living had to be propped up on top of the dead. I also sniped my own medic, after he failed six revival attempts.”
Andrew's first time - by Bluebright
Battle of the Butts - BlueBright
Battle for BananaFish - BlueBright
Assyrians vs Czech Republik - Natalya
Armaggedon LEGO battle -Saeph
2008 Advent Calendar Challenge - Reasonably Clever
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