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Brikwars - The Siege

Postby Fry_slayer » Mon Feb 20, 2006 3:32 pm

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After the initial success of the first war, me and my mates decided to have a more elaborated session of plastic carnage. So on a fine Sunday afternoon we sneaked into my friend's office and .... found out later why they dont siege castle everyday

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Brikwars: The Siege

:!: WARNING :!:
Long battle scenes and contain mild plastic violence


Battle Highlights:

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Coming through!

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The Wall

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Grrhhhhh!

Questions, comments, and thoughts are welcome, have fun !
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Postby g2 » Fri Feb 24, 2006 12:03 am

This battle has a very eclectic selection of Lego minifigures and sets. But overall it looks very good and it has a "feeling" of a fun battle. I do have a couple of questions.

1. Why are some of your figs on "gold" bricks?
2. Is there is reason you used the green cutting boards as a your table base?

Oh yeah. I do like the comments at the top of every picture, it was pleasant reading.

Thanks for posting.
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Postby Modesty » Fri Feb 24, 2006 12:42 am

Was this a real brikwars battle?

I need more soldiers, so I can do something on this scale. :o
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Postby Fry_slayer » Fri Feb 24, 2006 1:19 am

1. Why are some of your figs on "gold" bricks?

Well those are my friend's figs, being a collector himself he has lots of sets MISB and dont really have spare lose plate for figs basements, however he did have a shipment of gold bars from bricklink... :lol: according to him most of his troops starts with their retirement fund, we will have to force him to open some of his seal box or lent him some plates in future

2. Is there is reason you used the green cutting boards as a your table base?

Well this is a working table and it is set up like that for work, but it doubles up as grassland and provide calculation grid in game which is something that falls into place by itself.

Was this a real brikwars battle?

Ya there are rules are dices were thrown, but our set of rules are more closer to warhammer than brikwars, then again in brikwars rules it is stated 90% of the time you wont have to follow their rules ...
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awsome

Postby engineerio » Sun May 21, 2006 12:33 am

I love the write up! I wish there were more on the web! It's fun to hear the story behind the mahem!!!

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Re: awsome

Postby TheOrk » Sun May 21, 2006 1:11 am

engineerio wrote:I love the write up! I wish there were more on the web! It's fun to hear the story behind the mahem!!!

Paul


Yep, that's my favorite part too. :wink:

http://www.brikwars.com/fans.htm
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Postby Sir_Brick » Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:10 pm

Were all those Black Falcon standards made by LEGO or did you make some? If you did make some what material did you use?
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Postby Remyth » Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:37 am

Sir_Brick wrote:Were all those Black Falcon standards made by LEGO or did you make some? If you did make some what material did you use?


Fry_Slayer made them. He is a very good cutomizer. I leave it up to him or someone else who knows( :P ), to tell you what he used.

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