Saviordude sat at his worktable, looking over his collection of mini-figs. There were many, all from different worlds and eras.
He wanted to pull them into one army, but how? How could he explain the assortments of random characters being in one group?
And how could me make them seem unified?
Taking a sip of his Dr.Pepper, he thought. And then it dawned on him. One of the oldest tricks in the books, used by writers for hundreds of years to explain the impossible.
Alright, so I noticed that a lot of you have a story behind your armies. And I want one too. You know, to be cool and such. But my mini figs are so unconnected, I don't see how I could do it without time-travel. I mean, I have knights, over here, vikings over there, and spacemen in the middle. So I'm wondering, would it be alright if I explained my army using time travel?
Like, let's say we have this guy. And he want's to build an army to take over the universe, go on a religious crusade, or just cause chaos. So he builds a time-machine to pull the best warriors from their respective periods in time. I understand it doesn't have to be logical, since it's brikwars, but is it a stupid idea? Because if it is, I'll go and find another way to unify them.
So, what are your thoughts on this?