New Napoleonic Releases Available From Warlord Games
One thing with miniatures is that you can change just a couple things on a figure and get a whole new miniature out of it. This economy of sculpts lets a company put out a large number of figures in a relatively short amount of time. By changing the type of weapon on a gun carriage, for example, you can get several different types of artillery piece. Or, if you change who’s at the head of a mule train, you get a different-looking diorama piece. Well, with the new sets of figures from Warlord Games for Black Powder.
From the releases:
The Howitzer was the go to gun ideally used break open formations and fortified locations prior to and in support of an attack. Contains 1 Metal Howitzer and 4 crew in firing positions.
The 12-pounder was the heavy gun, ideally used offensively to break open formations as a prelude to foot attack, and was used to deadly effect by their very capable crews. Stout and resolute, the gunners would fight ferociously if their precious guns were threatened.
Contains 1 Metal gun and 4 crew in firing positions.
The 6-pounder became the standard gun for light artillery batteries from 1805, and was used to deadly effect by their very capable crews. Stout and resolute, the gunners would fight ferociously if their precious guns were threatened.
Contains 1 Metal gun and 4 crew.
Following the British Army wherever it marches, the mule train is invaluable carrying heavy essential equipment. Ensure the stubborn mules don’t fall behind or you’ll have mutany on your hands and no cup of Tea for your commander!
Sometimes the hardest contributors to war aren’t even human, the new Napleonic French Mule Train ‘The Carrot’ is carrying essentials to help Napoleon rule France with an iron fist.
Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery Howitzer Source
Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery 12-pdr Source
Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery 6-pdr
Napoleonic British Mule Train ‘The Stick’ Source
Napoleonic French Mule Train ‘The Carrot’ Source