BrikWars has a dedicated cult following that appears to be growing all the time. These fans of the game interact with one another in a couple of significant ways and their interactions help to shape the form and canon of the BrikVerse.
This BrikWars BrikWiki represents the spectrum of BrikWars, from its fictional canon to its real life influences and is often written by the people for the people. It holds within its pages a hodgepodge of ideas wrought by a diverse array of personalities and is an accurate reflection of its fictional counterpart in both imagination and general chaos.
The Forumis where the majority of the creative process takes place. Everything from the weirdest little conversations to the most epic battle reports makes its way here eventually but there is where the BrikWars Community churns.
The accepted means of interaction and behavior on the forum.
A list of recorded Forum Battles, the most common and popular expression of BrikWars fandom. A Forum Battle is a game hosted by a single player who builds the battlefield and provides all of the armies, posts pictures of the game's progress, and takes orders from members on the forum who assume the roles of those armies by proxy.
A list of recorded Battle Reports, another common expression of forum-goers interest in the game. A Battle Report is a game played in real life and then related, like a story, for the enjoyment of forum members.
Another in-universe metaphorical representation of the BrikWars Forum, The Four Rums is an inter-dimensional space-time hub that takes the shape of an extraordinary bar and is situated at the heart of an Eternal Battle.
The Forum Dictionary and Thesaurus.
The Brickwars Chat is the chat client where BrikWars fans can go to discuss the game and all its associated quirks. And whatever other bullshit comes to mind.
Following the October 2015 purge, the BrikWars Chat was an alternative, updated version of the regular chat.
The accepted means of interaction and behavior on the chat.
Chat is often arbitrarily divided into user groups so as to foster an atmosphere of friendly competition or to allow BrikWarriors to identify with cool concepts and gain neat ranks and cool colors. Whichever. The Houses arose as a collection of user groups so dedicated.