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Not to be confused with the Rebelle blaster of similar name or the N-Strike Modulus Regulator.

The Trilogy DS-15 is a dart shell Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2019 under the N-Strike Elite series.

It comes with five Elite Shells, fifteen Elite Darts, and instructions.

It is a Walmart exclusive.


The Trilogy is a shell-fed, pump-action blaster, similar to the Zombie Strike SledgeFire. When priming the blaster, spent shells will auto-eject out of the right side of the blaster. There is one short tactical rail above the muzzle. Three sling points are located on the blaster: two at the top and one below the muzzle. In front of the trigger is the unjamming button, which allows the action of the blaster to be operated even after it has been primed.

Also similar to the SledgeFire is the Trilogy's integrated shoulder stock that doubles as storage for up to five shells. Unfortunately, the Elite Shells are not cross-compatible with SledgeFire shells.

Official description


The Trilogy was shown off at the 2019 Toy Fair. An official announcement regarding the Trilogy was given at 2019's Jared's Epic NERF Battle event.[1]


  • This is the second Nerf blaster to achieve multi-fire through the use of shells, with the first being the Zombie Strike SledgeFire.
  • The DS may stand for "dart shell".
  • Just like the SledgeFire, images of the Trilogy DS-15 show the darts sticking out of the shells. In reality, the darts should sit flush with the top of the shell.
  • The blaster comes packaged with W-type Elite Darts.
  • Some German retailers denote the blaster as the Barrage. Strangely, it is still known as the "Trilogy DS-15" in the official description.


The full image gallery for Trilogy DS-15 may be viewed at Trilogy DS-15/Gallery.

Official videos


  1. 1.0 1.1 Johnson, J. (2019-03-27). NERF unveils new blasters during the largest ever blaster battle event (Article). Geekspin. Archived from the original on 2019-09-25. Retrieved on 2019-03-28.

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