The amphibious landing. It's been a staple of warfare for thousands of years as water-based troops storm the beaches to fight a foe on the land. Warlord Games is bringing these exciting battles to your games of Black Seas and Black Powder with a new set of rules that they've posted up over on their website.
Warlord Games had a big release week this week. There's new Bolt Action figures for both WWII as well as the Korean War. Same goes for Blood Red Skies. And then they have some Crimean War sets for Black Powder, if you like your historical miniatures going back a little further in time. It's a lot to look at, so let's dive in.
Warlord Games has some new kits that are available on their website. You can pick up some new Riflemen for Black Powder. Then there's the Edgehill Characters or Pike & Shotte. And then, uh... there's Oxen. These can be used in just about all of Warlord Games' games.
From what I've been able to tell, Rorke's Drift for the British is sort of like the Alamo for Americans. It's a battle that, while rather small in scale, has lived large in the historical records, and one that's gone back to many times in reference. Warlord Games is coming out with a new Rorke's Drift set for Black Powder, including brand-new sculpts of some of the famous individuals that fought there. Pre-orders are available now.
It's getting to be almost 100 degrees here in GA this week. It really makes me long for those cool days back when I lived in Chicago. There, one could possibly get use out of a pair of snowshoes. Not so much here. But I can still live vicariously through my little mans, including the new Battle on Snowshoes set for Black Powder that's available from Warlord Games now.
Three eras of warfare are on display this week from Warlord Games. There's a pair of armored carriers (ok, it's really the same, but one's got a tarp over it) for Bolt Action. There's some new Vikings for Hail Caesar. But arguably the big one is a new Black Powder supplment available to pre-order called Dark and Bloody Ground. Let's take a look at them all.
There's three eras of releases available to order from Warlord Games this week. There's a new Age of Bronze book for Hail Caesar. For Black Powder, it's a whole host of new heads to choose from. Bolt Action gets the biggest group of releases this week with more Afrika Corps and 8th Army sets. Let's take a look.
Black Powder 2nd Edition has been out for a couple weeks now, and players are really sinking their teeth into it. But if you want to get something a little extra special, Warlord Games has bundled together a small number of their Gold Edition book with some extras that make it quite a deal.
The Black Powder rules cover a fairly active time, military-wise, with the Napoleonic conflicts over in Europe, along with several wars in North America. Arguably one of the ones that had the most lasting impact was the American War for Independence (or the Revolutionary War, as we call it here in the colonies). In this look from Warlord Games, they show off how the rules can be used to recreate the events from that war.
As the second edition of Black Powder looms for release this weekend, adding to the Year of New Editions, Warlord Games is looking over all the different conflicts that can be recreated using the rules, as well as giving you a good starting place to go to if you want to get into the game there. If there's a particular conflict that you find interesting in the time period, chances are you can find all you need in order to recreate it on your tabletops. In this case, it's The French-Indian War.
Black Powder 2nd Edition is almost upon us, and with that, Warlord Games is giving you some new kits. First off, there's a new starter set for one of the most historic battles ever fought: Waterloo. It's Napoleon's last hurrah, and you can either make sure that history repeats itself, or perhaps have the French stand victorious on the battlefield. After that, you can also pick up some Crimean War Highlanders, because who needs pants anyway?
As mentioned before, the Black Powder rules cover a relatively large segment of history where quite a number of military actions were taken. Warlord Games is looking over some of those as the release of Black Powder 2nd Edition draws closer. In this instance, they look at the Jacobite Rebellion, suggesting some force lists you might put together in order to recreate this time on the tabletop.
The Black Powder game rules cover quite a large swath of time and quite a lot of conflicts all across Europe. Using the rules and the various box sets available, you can recreate a very large number of important battles and wars. In this article, Warlord Games shows how the Black Powder rules cover the War of Spanish Succession, as well as creating and getting started with an army of that time period.
In the Year of New Editions, any game can get a new version rolled out. In this case, it's Black Powder, the Napoleonic-era historical war game from Warlord Games. Quite a few of you have already played the original version, so you might be wondering what's changed in the new edition. In this article Warlord looks over those changes, as well as helps ease you into the new edition, be you a veteran or a new recruit.
The Year of New Editions rolls on. This time around, it's Warlord Games who's getting in on the action with Black Powder 2nd Edition. Pre-orders go on sale in a day, with the first 250 people that order getting their copy signed by Rick Priestley. They've got a handy countdown timer to make sure you're ready for when that kicks off.
This Brigade force contains:
78 Prussian Landwehr Infantry (3 Regiments) 1813-1815
2 Prussian Landwehr Mounted Officers 1789-1815
, now is definitely your chance to do so.