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Lego® wars….

Some do it to win.

Some do it for glory.

Some do it to test strategies.

Some do it so that they can build cool things out of Lego® and run around playing with their toys without feeling the least bit guilty, because now it's a wargame and that makes it ok.
 

Hmm. I wonder which catagory >I< fit into.

 

This is the mandatory and rambling blurb that will normally tell you, in unnecessary detail, what this page contains, and why it was created and all sorts of other boring, self-explanatory things.So, that being said, go look at the self-explanatory links like everyone else does.

Rules for Lego® wars -They're simple! (Yay!)

The first not remotely planned and only vaguely scheduled Lego® war.

 

This background bravely bamboozled from Fibblesnork (tm) backgrounds.

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