Outside of merely running fun wargame battles using construction toys, storytelling is a top level concept for the BrikWarrior Community, tying together Factions, Locations, Teknology, Characters, Theologies and Philosophies, Creatures and Beasties, Materials and Phenomena, and any sense of Continuity (or focused, intentional lack thereof). Players might approach a variety of media forms to engage this process, like stop motion animation, fiction writing (called BrikFic), comic book presentation, physical or digital artwork, photograph series, battle reports, forum battles, forum thread discussions, and more.
Often in BrikWars, stories will spring to life from the varied goings-on of its community. Collections of battle reports will begin to form an overarching plot, players will photograph vignettes and storyboards that tie in with their own or other players' battles, and epilogues and prologues will be written or filmed in association with battles and stories.
The following pages list out the various BrikWars Storylines as top level concepts and show all the elements (discovered elsewhere in this wiki) that contribute to it.
Being the ongoing conflict between the Allied Nations - United Systems Collective and the Third Alliance.
Being the Chronicles of the FringeWorld HubPlanet Arkeais.
Being the record of medieval combat and maze-like plotlines on the isolated planet of Medivo.
Being the record of events, forces, and characters in the Devoid Sector.
Being the record of the most central conflict in the BrikVerse, an invasion conquest campaign spearheaded by the Immortal Empire into the heart of the Galaxia Nehellenium.
Throughout the Rekonstruktions, many great works of bloody literature have been produced as accounts of the warring history of Brikwars. This is known primarily as BrikFic and it may take many forms, whether deadly serious or laughably lighthearted.
A Carol devised in the winter-times by the forum members to bring the spirit of the forum to the general public.
A series of the best and brightest from the forum brought to you in an easy-to-read and fun format.
The foremost account of what occurred in beginning of the Immortal War, in their hardest battle.
A shanty composed by the sailors of the ship Venus, now sung in various sea and space-ports. Original author: The Sex Pistols.
Rayhawk's interactions with an anorak.
The volumes containing the very nature of the Brikverse. Read with caution.
Stubby's equine anal birthday story.
The third best description of the forum yet, the first and second, respectively, being "One 'person', named 'forum'. It's possible that [it has] multiple personality problems." --Tzan "One Schizoid, Paranoid person in an insane asylum with MPD." --501st Cadians
The Man, The Myth, The Legend. He will kill you and give you tea.
An account of the heroic actions of Leonidus.
A collection of Manly Tales from the forums. A recommended read, containing several amounts of piltoggs.
In the late early G.R. 2,011, The Shadowscythe was revisited by an ancient enemy, who threatened everything that was and will be. It will never be the same.
The sacred book of the Brikthulhu Cult. The text itself cannot be displayed here due to safety reasons.
A record of Piltogg's quest to retrieve each of the nine artifax of pre-creation.
Random quotes from Rayhawk which are obviously trolling attempts, but manage to be profound in some way."
A collection of Short Stories from the Scythian Empire written by Shadowscythe.
The Saga of Harpoon Jones, Hero of the deep.
The tale of Harpoon Jones, who gave his very life to defeat a truly horrible foe.