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Doomlands 2169, commonly shortened to Doomlands, is a series of Nerf blasters that was released on August 1, 2015.


The Doomlands 2169 series is themed after a post-apoctalyptic future set in the year 2169, hence the name. The official plot explains that, after Earth was hit by a deadly asteroid, life and civilization begins anew, and survivors must fend off raiders and new monstrous creatures. Its blasters feature a more modern and futuristic design, with clear parts (similar to the Clear Series) that show the firing mechanisms of the blasters.

The series also has a YouTube mini-series that follow the story the products represent, revolving around a main protagonist named "the Doomlander".


In June of 2015, numerous Nerf blogs reported leaked information about a new blaster - the Vagabond. Initially, it was thought to be a Zombie Strike blaster. However, after some speculation, it was figured out that it could be the first of a new line of blasters. After asking Hasbro and receiving no response, a Gizmodo article[1] shared official information about the line, being followed by Hasbro.

Initially the series was exclusive to Target stores in the United States and Walmart stores in Canada. However, the exclusivity deal ran out and Doomlands products were available at numerous retail stores. In 2019, all blasters in this series were re-released, either being a Target or Amazon exclusive.

Doomlands 2169 products


Name Year
Lawbringer.jpg Lawbringer 2015
Vagabond.jpg Vagabond 2015
Double Dealer.jpg Double Dealer 2016
Persuader.jpg Persuader 2016
Doomlands Judge.jpg The Judge 2017
Negotiator.jpg Negotiator 2017
Nerf Doomlands Holdout.jpg Holdout 2018

Blaster sets

Name Year
Persuader2Pack.jpg Persuader 2-Pack 2017


Name Year
DoomLands dart new.jpeg Doomlands Dart Refill 2015
SwiftJustice.jpg Swift Justice 2015
Vigilance.jpg Vigilance 2015


Impact Zone

Main article: Impact Zone

The Impact Zone sub-series features blasters with a more futuristic design compared to standard Doomlands blasters.


  • The series was originally known as Badlands during development, evident from images of the Lawbringer prototype.[2]
  • In the year 2169, Nerf would be 200 years old.

Official videos


  1. Liszewski, A. (2015-06-24). Nerf's New See-Through Blasters Reveal How Their Firing Mechanisms Work (Article). Gizmodo. Archived from the original on 2017-05-27. Retrieved on 2015-06-26.
  2. NerfHaven logo.png Langley (2015-08-06). Hasbro's Homemades: A look at prototypes from the Nerf design team (Forum thread). NerfHaven. Archived from the original on 2019-03-10. Retrieved on 2019-07-23.