Build Your Way to the Round Table!
A challenge as epic and massive as Brickscalibur needs a codex for its participants!
Make sure to stick to the guidelines or your quest for glory may meet an untimely end!
Most importantly though – have fun and enjoy building castle with likeminded friends!
Rules & Regulations
Here you will find answers to your most burning questions – more details will be announced when Brickscalibur officially launches on November 1st!
If you have any questions in the meantime, please head to our Discord!
Brickscalibur 2021 kicks off on November 1st 2021 and concludes on January 16th 2022.
As long as it is January 16th somewhere on the globe you may submit your entries.
Brickscalibur is a castle contest. Therefore your entries should be set in the medieval times. The generally accepted timeframe from the Fall of Rome to Columbus is a good guideline to stick to. Be fantastical or realistic with your entries – we love both equally!
Some of the categories will come with additional restrictions – adhere to them if you like getting good scores!
- All entries must be new creations not shown online or publicly before November 1st 2021.
- Only official LEGO elements should be used – avoid third-party parts or clone bricks.
- Digital entries are not permitted.
- There are no limits on picture size or quantity. Please submit an album if you submit multiple images for a single entry.
You may submit an entry either via the #submissions channel on the Brickscalibur Discord or via our submission form on this website, once the contest is live.
Each category offers a choice between a LEGO set and a custom-built prize that we’ll be unveiling in the coming weeks.
Each contestant can only win 1 category prize – the Dragonslayer Award is an exception to this rule.
When winning multiple categories, the winner chooses which prize to receive, with the other prizes going to the respective runners-up.
The Dragonslayer Award gets awarded to the highest-scoring builder each year.
You can win this award only once – but once you do, your sigfig will be added to our virtual round table at the very top of our Hall of Fame!
Addtionally, this award also comes with a cool physical LEGO prize!
Each entry can score a total of 25 points. Our judges will look at the following criteria:
- Build Quality (maximum 10 points)
- Creativity (maximum 10 points)
- Presentation (maximum 5 points)
The maximum score a builder can receive per year is 150 points (6 categories x 25 points).
The total score of all your entries will mark your spot in the Hall of Fame. There’s a maximum of 150 points to be scored across all categories (6 categories x 25 points). Should you enter categories multiple times, only the highest scored entry per category counts towards your high score.
The higher your score the more bragging rights you’ll earn – along with a fancy title to show off in the coming year!
The Fairest of them All
Meet the Judges
Impartial and just – and also at the top of their game: A contest like this needs a panel of renowned judges!
We searched far and wide and are happy to announce this year’s panel – we are sure you’ll recognize a name or two!
Find us on Discord!
Will you answer the call? Then pack your armor, your swords, lances and bricks, and join us in this year’s Brickscalibur over on Discord!
Winter time is castle time – why not enjoy it with friends?