LEGO customizer BrickWarriors has some really nice new products that I wanted to show you today. As I mentioned previously, I’m a big fan of their minifigure accessories, and many of my armies are equipped with BrickWarriors armor and weapon pieces. In addition, they also released a fun video, titled 12 Millennia of Warrior History. 🙂
BrickWarriors has been systematically going through history, and releasing products for pretty much every age. There are armor and weapon pieces for warriors of prehistoric times, Greeks, Romans, medieval knights, barbarians, fantasy warriors, pirates, samurai, modern military, and warriors of the future. Besides weapons, shields, armor, helmets, they also have lots of civilian accessories like musical instruments, tools, medical items, and more.
Last year, BrickWarriors mostly focused on modern military accessories related to WW1 and WW2. This included army-builder packs for American, German, British, French, Italian, Japanese, and Soviet troops.
Now, it seems like BrickWarriors is going back to the distant past again with re-releases of some of the most popular medieval knight accessories, some new knight helmets, as well as brand new armor and weapon pieces for female gladiators! The four new Secutor accessories from the ancient Roman period include the secutor helmet, gladiatrix armor, dagger, and sica. Gladiators entering the arena stand little chance against this fierce warrior!
Another set of recently released accessories I really like is for Arabian warriors. It includes the Arabian Helmet, Arabian Shield, chakra, a long curved sword, and a short dagger. Most of these accessories are available in black, pear-dark-gray, and pearl-gold. Other colors like brown, dark-red, etc. may also be available depending on the item. One thing I’m sad about is that BrickWarriors no longer carries bronze color accessories. It was one of my favorite colors for equipping ancient warriors.
In the video below, BrickWarriors will walk you through 12 Millennia of Warrior History, by using their minifigure accessories to represent the ages. It’s quite enjoyable, and a good way to see a large selection of BrickWarrios products.
If you would like to check out all the new products and re-releases, I would warmly recommend visiting BrickWarriors.com. Their website is easy to navigate by item types, historical periods, sale items, value packs and more. I also recommend signing up for their newsletter for special discounts, which they usually run around every holiday. You can also follow them via various social media channels. The point is that they make it easy to follow them and use their shop to get the accessories your minifigs need.
What do you think? Do you shop from BrickWarriors? Which items do you have already? And are there any new accessories that you really like? Feel free to share your thoughts, and reviews in the comment section below! 😉
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