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BrickForge – lots of new custom LEGO items!

by admin on May 18, 2012

in BrickForge

With all the LEGO news coming out I haven’t done an update on BrickForge for some time now, which is really a shame. BrickForge is one of my favorite LEGO customizers with a huge selection of custom LEGO items in a wide variety of colors, for very reasonable prices. (You can read more about BrickForge here: BrickForge – Overview.) To get you up to date on the latest BrickForge items read on! 😉

BrickForge LEGO minifigure accessories for Ninjago fans: BrickForge designers felt that Ninjago needed some more accurate weapons and accessories than the ones provided by LEGO, providing extra options for fans of the Ninjago theme. The new BrickForge items include the Ninjato, Kunai, Throwing-Star and Fighting-Claw. The Ninjato is a shorter-blade stealth weapon primarily used for stabbing. The Kunai-dagger is more of a utility device and can be used as a throwing weapon. Throwing stars are easily concealed and ideal for disorienting the enemy. The fighting-claw takes on many forms but deadly none-the-less; great for sarcastic, savage mutants as well!

BrickForge LEGO minifigure accessories for the apocalypse: doomsday scenarios are quite popular these days in movies, books and of course the news. Do your LEGO minifigs have the tools and accessories needed to survive the worst? Check out BrickForge’s assortment of visors that attach exclusively to the BrickForge Tactical Helmet. Mix and match for the ultimate custom LEGO look! Next, load up with the Pump-Action Shotgun – wonderful for close-quarters – and the menacing Outland Ripper. Tuck away a Survival Knife and keep a Kukri Machete handy for lopping off… branches. Finally, wield the ever-popular Shredder Gun for a more-than-messy outcome.

BrickForge LEGO minifigure accessories for 2012 events: If you registered for BrickMagic you will be receiving a special BrickForge pack in your event goodie-bag. We are excited to announce the first of many 2012 Doomsday packs that will be given away at the various LEGO-fan shows across the country this year. BrickMagic received 175 limited edition BUGOUT kits and an authorized BrickForge vendor will be selling extras at the show so attendees can get their hands on some as well. (The BUGOUT kit features BrickForge accessories in non-standard colors making them a bit more collectible: Survival Pack, Compass, Flashlight, Walkie-Talkie, Survival Knife, Glowstick and MRE.)

BrickForge will be announcing the second Doomsday Pack – made specifically for BrickWorld – in a few days. Likewise, those attending BrickFair and BrickCon can expect other BrickForge Doomsday packs to be given away as well.

I highly recommend the custom LEGO Minifigure accessories and other items by BrickForge. The quality is excellent and the selection is vast. I also feel great knowing that I support a solid, honest small business every time I make a purchase. If you would like to see more BrickForge items check out the BrickForge section, or head over to the BrickForge Online Shop, and of course if you are going to any of the LEGO-fan events this year, make sure you stop by their table to say “Hi”. 😉

Below is a little taste of BrickMagic happening this weekend in Raleigh, NC. If you are in the area don’t miss this fun LEGO-fan event!

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NRG kai May 18, 2012 at 11:16 AM

yes first to comment

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admin May 18, 2012 at 12:21 PM

Kai, please write something more meaningful than “first comment”. Thanks! 😐

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DX ZX KENDO NRG PWR JAY-MOUTH OF LIGHTNING May 18, 2012 at 1:48 PM

the ninjago thing was funny and the weapons were VERY cool 😆

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gid617 May 18, 2012 at 3:49 PM

Is it just me, or is Zane’s robot eye on the wrong side of his face? Anyway, the daggers Jay has are awesome!

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Sensei Lexi (Ninja of Card Making Shishkabobs) May 18, 2012 at 5:03 PM

Yeah, the robot thing is on the wrong side. oh, and just to point this out, Ninjago is spelt wrong. admin, you spelt it ninjato instead of ninjago. just wanted to point that out. sorry if i sounded a little mean! 🙁
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admin May 18, 2012 at 5:05 PM

Lexi, Ninjato is the name of the weapon. It is spelled like that on purpose. 😉

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Jacob May 18, 2012 at 8:25 PM

I am too much of a purist to actually get any of these. However, they do look fantastic. The survival pack is really good enough and in the right style to be made by the LEGO Group. The Guns are well made, but like most Fan made brick weapons, a little too detailed compared with official LEGO material. My favorite bit, though, has to be the signs the protesters are holding. I love the fact that they go to the effort of not just making a great product, but show it well integrated with official LEGO parts as they would be used.

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admin May 19, 2012 at 8:34 AM

Jacob, great review! Yes, usually fan-made accessories are more detailed – but I guess that’s the whole idea; while LEGO likes to make things generic so each accessory can be used for a wide variety of purposes, fan-made items cater to fulfill the demand for more realism. It’s funny you mention the signs; those were my favorites too! 😀

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gid617 May 19, 2012 at 10:44 AM

I like the signs, but the survival kits were probably my favorites! I especially like the compass. And I’m probably not actually going to get any either – but you never know 😉

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admin May 19, 2012 at 8:38 PM

Yeah, the survival kits are pretty sweet. And if you happen to be in Chicago you can get them for free. 😀

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lego chronicler May 24, 2012 at 7:43 AM

Yeah I think I’m going to buy the bugout bag and the new gas masks that i saw a few days back.

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admin May 24, 2012 at 8:55 AM

Chronicler, yes that gas-mask is pretty inspired. I already have the helmet for it and I will pick up a few myself next time I order. I really like BrickForge’s items. They are excellent! 😀

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lego chronicler May 24, 2012 at 5:47 PM

Having a whole space marine army from there (and brickarms) I find there stuff high quality, I am building a swat army, I am a far away but I’m getting closer! I’m getting the gas mask for my STALKER call of pripyat minifig, PS. any1 getting the stalker 2? AND, they are coming out with new brickarms stuff for summer 😀

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admin May 25, 2012 at 8:55 AM

Chronicler, would love to see your SWAT team! Send in a picture if you like! 😉
Today I will post an update on the BrickArms event in Chicago, and will do some updates on their new stuff later. If you ever want to write a review just let me know. 🙂

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lego chronicler May 25, 2012 at 3:40 PM

Can you tell me how to send photos? I’ll give you a sampler of my 2 armies if you like!

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admin May 25, 2012 at 6:07 PM

Sure, just email them to admin@theBrickBlogger.com. 😉

kia ninja May 24, 2012 at 8:27 PM

cool suvival kits………………………….

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Kevinhink May 20, 2012 at 12:08 AM

If you’re in the area for Brick Magic this weekend definately stop by, it’s been great so far and we’ve seen a nice crowd. I’ll be wandering about the event and have a few colleagues manning the official LEGO company booth where we are showcasing the new Monster Fighters theme, new Ninjago and providing demos of Life of George and the Master Builder Academy. 🙂

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admin May 20, 2012 at 8:46 AM

Sigh… Would love to be there! 😀

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CeciliaRH May 20, 2012 at 7:49 PM

Zane’s “cyborg” face is awesome!

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