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  • Warlord Napoleonic British (Waterloo) Starter Army

    3 battalions of 36 plastic British Line Infantry, each with metal command group 1 battalions of 36 plastic Hanoverian Line Infantry, each with metal command group 1 metal British Cannon plus four crew 1 random metal mounted British Officer British Leaflet with full colour flags Hanoverian Leaflet with full colour flags

    WGN-BR-08
    £68.00
    £85.00 save 20%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Warlord Napoleonic French (Waterloo) Starter Army

    Our Napoleonic French Waterloo Starter Army is packed with proud Frenchmen ready to join the battle to see the Emperor Bonaparte restored to the throne of France. This set is good for battles from 1812 onwards. The box contains a mighty 144 plastic infantry models including command figures, led by a proud French officer atop his trusty steed and supported by a 6-pounder cannon with 4 crew. Also included is a full colour sheet of flags to cut out and complete the look of your regiments and waterslide decal sheets for the infantry cartridge pouches! 144 Infantry 1 Cavalry 1 Artillery Piece/War Machine 4 Crew PlasticMetal Requires Assembly

    WGN-FR-05
    £68.00
    £85.00 save 20%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Anglo-Zulu War: Married Zulu Regiment (1879)

    The Zulu army was a formidable foe. Well-trained, well-led, and well-equipped for campaigns, the Zulu regiments were the terror of Africa. Created by the great Shaka, founder of the nation, each regiment was composed of small companies who trained together, and a regiment could be 1,000 men strong.They were then brigaded together to form divisions that could move at great speed and with drilled precision, forming the classic Zulu attack formation of the Horns of the Buffalo. The military system formed units into married and unmarried units, so a cadre of young men would be forced to remain unmarried on the King's orders until they had “washed their spears” in the blood of their enemies. They are armed with throwing spears, smoothbore muskets and the deadly stabbing short spear whilst their patterned ox-hide shields help identify their parent regiment. Once they were blooded, and only then, would they sew in the characteristic head ring which is the symbol of a mature and married warrior, showing his much enhanced status in society. These then are the finest warriors of a fierce and proud army of 40,000 men, eager to preserve Zululand from all invaders, Swazi, Boer or British! Contains: Plastic components to make 32 Married Zulus 1 metal InDuna on foot with several weapon options

    WGZ-02
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Anglo-Zulu War: Natal Native Contingent 1879

    Largely being used as support for the Main British forces in South Africa they became the main defense force against the Zulu forces. Recruited from the local populace, mainly from the Basuto and Mponso tribes, this force excelled in dealing with Zulu due to an extensive history of fighting them.
     
    Given mainly menial labouring jobs they eventually saw action on the front with varying results, some fighting hard and to the last man alongside their British comrades, whilst others they broke alongside the NCO's. In either case, even if they fight today or tomorrow, they will certainly fight to the last.
     
    Providing support for the British army these loyal chaps are just the job whether you're looking to refight Isandlwana, Ulundi, or the other battles during 1879.
     
    Contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 32 Natal Native Contingent.
    A detailed Booklet containing the history and Black Powder profile of the Natal Native Contingent.
    WGZ-04
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Anglo-Zulu War: Zulu Starter Army 1879

    60 plastic multi-pose unmarried Zulu warriors 60 plastic multi-pose married Zulu warriors 1 metal Empress Miniatures mounted InDuna 1 metal Empress Miniatures Zulu runner 1 metal Empress Miniatures Witch Doctor.

    WGZ-07
    £67.50
    £75.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Artillery Battery

    The effective use of Artillery during this period was still in its infancy. Most guns were heavy and cumbersome, and once deployed usually did not move again during the battle. Trained artillery men were also rare, with soldiers from the ranks often drafted in to help move or man the guns.
     
    Within this boxed set you will find all the parts necessary to create three artillery pieces. This is a choice of barrels allowing you to choose either eight pounder or twelve pounder options. Each gun is manned by four crew, who have a variety of head and arm options to allow you to vary their appearance as much as you wish. Their dress and appearance allows them to be used as generic artillery crew for the majority of European nations during this period. Also included are spare barrels, buckets and roundshot to decorate your artillery bases and to make your guns look like they are in the heat of battle!
     
    You will also find enclosed three mounted officers. These can be used as commanders to direct your artillery or, should you so wish, they can be detached to act as Colonels or Brigade commanders for your infantry or cavalry. Sufficient head and arm options are provided for whichever option you choose to make.
     
    Contains:
     
    3 plastic artillery pieces (with a choice of 8- or 12-pounder barrels)
    12 multi-pose plastic artillery crew.
    3 plastic mounted officers.
    A selection of cannonballs, barrels and buckets.
    Background and construction leaflet.
    302015006
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Armed Colonial Settlers

    Description
     
    Contains: 8 metal foot figures.
     
    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
     
    WG7-FIW-49
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder British Characters

    Description
     
    Contains: 1x mounted & 2 dismounted Characters
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    303013206
    £8.00
     
  • Black Powder British Grenadiers

    Description

     

    Contains: 8 metal British Grenadiers

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013208
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder British Light Infantry

    Description

     

    Contains: 8 metal British Light Infantry

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013202
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder British Regulars on Campaign

    Description

     

    Contains: 8 metal British Regulars

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013203
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Colonial Provincial Regiment

    Description

     

    Contains: 12 metal Colonials

    302213806
    £16.20
    £18.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Crimean War British Hussars

    Includes:

    8 Metal British Hussar cavalry
    302213803
    £21.60
    £24.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Crimean War British Lancers

    Includes:

    8 Metal British Lancer cavalry
    302213804
    £21.60
    £24.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Crimean War British Line Infantry Regiment

    Includes:

    24 metal British Line Infantry
    302213807
    £25.20
    £28.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Crimean War British Royal Artillery with 9-pdr Cannon

    Includes:

    1 Royal Artillery 9-pdr cannon and 4 crew
    303013816
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Crimean War Russian Foot Artillery with 12-pdr Cannon

    Includes:

    1 metal Russian foot artillery with 12-pdr cannon
    303013815
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Crimean War Russian Line Infantry

    Includes:

    21 plastic Russian Line Infantry
    3 metal Russian command group
    3 plastic skirmishers
    302013801
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder French-Indian War Scenery Pack

    Fresh from the laser bed at Sarissa Precision comes the French Indian War scenery pack, perfect for backwater American settler battlefields!

    Contains:

    • 1x settlers House
    • 1x burned out house
    • 1 bridge
    3050100007
    £27.00
    £30.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Frontiersmen

    Description

     

    Pack contains 6 metal foot figures.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013204
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Highlanders

    Description

     

    Contains: 12 metal Highlanders

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013209
    £16.20
    £18.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Indian Characters

    Contains: 4 metal figures

    303013205
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Last of the Mohicans

    Description

     

    Contains: 6 metal figures

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    WG7-FIW-23
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%
  • Black Powder Marquis de Montcalm

    Description

     

    Contains: Marquis de Montcalm Mounted and Dismounted

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013201
    £5.00
     
  • Black Powder Roger's Rangers

    Description

    The legends of Robert Rogers and his Rangers have grown in the centuries since they stalked the North American woodlands in pursuit of marauding Indians and dastardly French guerillas. They are widely regarded as peerless trackers and marksmen, able to beat the native American at his own game and outfox Langy's irregulars.

    Contains:

    • Robert Rogers
    • x10 Rangers
    • x1 wolf
    302213805
    £16.20
    £18.00 save 10%
  • British Household Brigade Napoleonic Cavalry

    British Household Brigade Napoleonic Cavalry makes a unit of 12 cavalrymen of the Horse Guards or either of the Lifeguards regiments and contains:

    • 12 plastic British Household Brigade heavy cavalry
    • 1 metal officer miniature
    • Metal bugler arm
    • Background leaflet
    302011001
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • British Infantry Command - Peninsular War

    This Warlord pack contains 6 metal figures, 2x 50mm spears and two finials.

    All figures supplied unpainted
    WGN-BR-26
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • British Infantry Command - Waterloo

    This Warlord pack contains 6 metal figures, 2x 50mm spears and two finials.

    All figures supplied unpainted
    WGN-BR-29
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • British Infantry Regiment

    The British Redcoat of the Revolutionary War was part of a small but well-trained army, stretched all over the emerging Empire. Most of England’s gold went into maintaining a giant and hugely effective Royal Navy to dominate the seas.
     
    The infantry quickly learned many lessons in fighting the French Indian wars, and after initial setbacks proved more than capable of taking on and defeating far larger enemy forces. Devastating firepower and a grim determination to close with the bayonet made the Redcoat in America a dangerous foe indeed.
     
    The British quickly adopted a looser fighting order and the reaped the benefits of using Light and Grenadier companies for specialist assault work. “March on, and God save the King!”
     
    Contains:
     
    30 plastic British Infantry:
    24 musketeers including command group of two officers, drummer, Sergeant and two ensigns
    6 Light Infantry
    4-page background guide including twelve full-colour flags – download here.
    WGR-AWI-01
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%

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  • British Infantry Zulu Wars

    This Wargames Factory box set provides you with four sprues to create 20 multi-part British soldiers suitable for the Zulu War of 1879 and other late 19th century conflicts.

    Possible poses include:
    • Firing
    • Loading
    • Advancing
    • At-Ready 
    and whatever your imagination and modeling skills can create! Separate arms, heads, and helmets allow for maximum customization!
    WGF3
    £12.60
    £14.00 save 10%
  • British Mounted Officers - Peninsular

    This Warlord pack contains 2 metal mounted figures - a field officer and an adjutant
    All figures supplied unpainted
    WGN-BR-21
    £5.40
    £6.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • British Mounted Officers - Waterloo

    This Warlord pack contains 2 metal mounted figures - a field officer and an adjutant
    All figures supplied unpainted
    WGN-BR-30
    £5.40
    £6.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • British Regular Infantry boxed set

    Contains 18 metal models - 12 musketeers and a 6 man command group. Also comes with a full-colour background leaflet containing various flags.

    All figures supplied unpainted designed for use as British Regular Infantry boxed set in the period French Indian War 1754-1763
    WG7-FIW-02
    £24.75
    £27.50 save 10%

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  • British Union Brigade Napoleonic Cavalry

    British Union Brigade Napoleonic Cavalry contains:

    • 12 plastic British Union Brigade heavy cavalry
    • 2 metal command miniatures (officer and trumpeter)
    • Includes options for bearskin, oilskin-covered bearskin, Grecian helmet, oilskin-covered Grecian helmet, bicorne, and watering cap.
    • Background leaflet.

    Some of you eagle eyed historians may have noticed the Scott's Grey's in the picture above. These are made from the Union Brigade Cavalry box which will allow you to make the correct 4th unit for the 1st division, the King’s Dragoon Guards.

    During the Hundred Days campaign of 1815, it was the 2nd British heavy cavalry brigade – made up of three elite heavy dragoon regiments – that smashed the enormous attack columns of d’Erlon’s corps in the opening moves at Waterloo, putting to flight, capturing or killing thousands of French infantry. Not content with such a feat they continued on to harry the French gun line before becoming blown, over-extended and driven back with staggering casualties by vengeful French horse.

    The Union Brigade was named thus as it was made up of three units: 1st Royal Regiment of Dragoons (English), 2nd Regiment of Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys), and the 6th Dragoons (the Inniskillens from Ireland). All clad in red, they rode particularly large and aggressive horses – Britain had the pick of the best horseflesh in this period.

    302011002
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Colonial Militia Men

    America was a dangerous place to live in the 18th century, the communities feeling under real or imagined danger from Indian attack or forays from France or Spain. The British army in America was tiny, so much of the defence was traditionally performed by the Militias. These were civilian bodies, locally manned and headed up by the great and the good, and equipped with state muskets. Their performance varied greatly, some behaving very well on the field whilst others deserted or broke and ran when under pressure. What they did do was add manpower to both armies. Militias fought for the American side, but thousands also fought as Loyalists for the Crown Forces. Militias rarely carried bayonets , so felt entitled not to close with regulars.
     
    The figures in this box wear either 18th century civilian clothes or hunting shirts and trousers. A variety of headgear is included allowing you to also make models ideal to use as French troops in the French Indian War of 1754-63.
     
    Contains:
     
    30 plastic Colonial Militia figures
    2-page background and assembly guide
    302013402
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Continental Army Infantry Regimenet

    George Washington had served in the Crown forces against the French, and knew full well how the British regulars fought. He also knew that his militias and Minutemen, although numerous and individually brave, would not stand against the British Redcoat regulars.
     
    He therefore formed a regular force, the Continental army, that would be thoroughly drilled, and fight in the European manner of massed ranks. These regiments, when combined with Militia units, gave Washington a solid force that could and did stand toe-to-toe with British soldiers. It was these regulars that ultimately won the war for the Americans.
     
    Contains:
     
    30 plastic Continental Army infantry:
    24 musketeers including command group of two officers, drummer, Sergeant and two ensigns
    6 Light Infantry
    4-page background guide including eight full-colour flags
    WGR-AWI-04
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Field Artillery and Army Commanders

    Field Artillery and Army Commanders

    In Europe, massed artillery was beginning to be a regular feature on the battlefield, and came at times to dominate the field. This was much less the case in America for various reasons, such as cost, availability and terrain to name but three.

     
    That being said, there were few battles that did not feature artillery of some kind, and any General would have been very happy to have the support of medium or light guns. The guns were on the whole bravely and well served by both sides, inflicting losses at long range with bounding iron cannon balls, and using case shot – a tin of tightly-packed musket balls – at close range. This box can be assembled and painted to represent Continental gunners, including the famous ‘Molly Pitcher’, or their opposite numbers, the Royal Artillery.
     
    “Fire away boys!”
     
    Contains the following plastic figures:
     
    2 cannon. Can be built as either 3-pdr or 6-pdr cannon and with British Royal Artillery Crew or Continental Army gunners
    1 ‘Molly Pitcher’ figure
    2 mounted army commanders with option of 6 heads representing some of the most famous generals of the war on both sides
    2 casualty figures - can be made as British or Continental
    4-page background guide including construction details
    302013401
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • French Engineers Napoleonic

    French Engineers Napoleonic.  This Walord Games blister pack contains 5 metal models.

    WGN-FR-34
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • French Hussars 1808-1815

    French Hussars 1808-1815 Box set Contains:

    • 12 plastic easy-build French Hussars.
    • 1 additional metal officer and metal horse.
    • 1 additional metal bugler.
    • Optional metal arm for eagle bearer.
    WGN-FR-08
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%

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  • French Mounted Colonels Napoleonic

    French Mounted Colonels Napoleonic.  This Walord Games blister pack contains 2 models on horseback.

    WGN-FR-451
    £5.40
    £6.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • French Napoleonic 6 pounder Foot Artillery

    French Napoleonic 6 pounder Foot Artillery.  This Walord Games blister pack contains 1 gun and 4 crew, metal miniatures.

    WGN-FR-35
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • French Regular Infantry boxed set

    Contains 18 metal models - 12 musketeers and a 6 man command group. Also comes with a full-colour background leaflet containing various flags.

    All figures supplied unpainted designed for use as French Regular Infantry boxed set in the period French Indian War 1754-1763
    WG7-FIW-03
    £24.75
    £27.50 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • French Voltiguers Skirmishing Napoleonic

    French Voltiguers Skirmishing Napoleonic.  This Walord Games blister pack contains 6 metal models.

    WGN-FR-37
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Hessian Regiment

    As the war in America  dragged on Britain felt its small army stretched thin all around the world. King George, of German extraction looked therefore to the small kingdoms of what is now Germany to raise troops to put down the rebellion in the colonies.
     
    Huge numbers  of German troops were ferried across the Atlantic in all manner of exotic uniforms. They were from many differing States but were broadly known as “Hessians” as a catch-all phrase.
     
    Well drilled and eager to close in battle, the Hessians helped to bulk out the Crown forces, whilst its specialist Light Infantry and Grenadier units were a welcome addition to hard pressed British generals.
     
    Contains:
     
    30 plastic Hessian Infantry:
    24 musketeers, fusiliers or grenadiers including command group of two officers, sergeant, drummer and two ensigns.
    6 light infantry Jägers.
    4-page background guide including fourteen full-colour flags
    WGR-AWI-03
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Highlanders Regiment Napoleonic

    Highlanders Regiment Napoleonic contains:

    • 20 metal British Highlander Line Infantry
    • 4 metal command miniatures: officer, piper and two ensigns with wire flagpoles and finials
    • Background guide including six full-colour flags.
    302211001
    £25.20
    £28.00 save 10%
  • Marlborough's Wars Infantry of the Grand Alliance

    Infantry formed the main back bone of any force within the history known world, the man makes the army. Drilled to near perfection, trained to withstand anything and fighting for a just cause, these men are determined to fight and die for their country.
     
    Within this boxed set you will find all the parts necessary to recreate many of the units that fought for the Grand Alliance. Each box is designed to allow you to create a 24 strong battalion consisting of 20 rank and file, two standard bearers, one drummer and one officer. The variety of heads allows you to re-create each nationality as well allowing you to personalise your army and make each unit unique. The drummer has a mitre head or a tricorne, depending on the nationality of the regiment you are creating, whilst the Officer may have a sash to the side or front. He also has a choice of sword or pistol to lead his men against the dastardly French.
     
    You will also find enclosed a selection of colours carried by the nations of the Grand Alliance. Presented here are Dutch, English, German and Scots regimental colours along with the colours of the British Guards regiment.
     
    Also provided are head options, pouches and belly boxes to allow you to create a separate company of Grenadiers to replace the line infantry. The headgear worn by the Grenadiers often varied between nationalities but those included here represent most commonly used.
     
    Contains:
     
    24 plastic Allied Infantry:
    20 musketeers (options to build four grenadiers).
    4 command figures: officer, drummer and two ensigns.
    4-page background and assembly guide including eight full-colour flags.
    302015002
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Marlborough's Wars Infantry of the Sun King

    An army is also a symbol of their king, his prestige and majesty so it's only right that the King Louis' own army will be the most powerful within Europe to represent him as the most powerful king. His men will deliver the Spanish throne to him, no matter how many 'puny' countries band together to stop him.
     
    Within this boxed set you will find all the parts necessary to recreate many of the units that fought to support the claim of Louis XIV. Each box is designed to allow you to create a 24 strong battalion consisting of 20 rank and file, two standard bearers, one drummer and one officer. The variety of heads allows you to re-create each nationality as well as allowing you to personalise your army and make each unit unique. The drummer has a mitre head or a tricorne, depending on the nationality of the regiment you are creating, whilst the Officer may have a sash to the side or front. He also has a choice of sword or pistol to lead his men against the Holy Roman Empire and their dastardly allies.
     
    You will also find enclosed a selection of colours carried by King Louis' fores and his allies. Presented here are two French line regimental colours, one Bavarian regimental colour, and one colour of the "Wild Geese," Irish regiments in French service. Also included are the colours of the French Guards.
     
    Also provided are head options, pouches and belly boxes to allow you to create a separate company of grenadiers to replace the line infantry. The headgear worn by the grenadiers often varied between nationalities, and sometimes between regiments, but those included here represent the most commonly used.
     
    Contains:
     
    24 plastic Allied Infantry:
    20 musketeers (options to build four grenadiers).
    4 command figures: officer, drummer and two ensigns.
    4-page background and assembly guide including eight full-colour flags.
    302015003
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Married Zulu Impi

    The Zulu army was a formidable foe. Well-trained, well-led, and well-equipped for campaigns, the Zulu regiments were the terror of Africa. Created by the great Shaka, founder of the nation, each regiment was composed of small companies who trained together, and a regiment could be 1,000 men strong.They were then brigaded together to form divisions that could move at great speed and with drilled precision, forming the classic Zulu attack formation of the Horns of the Buffalo.
     
    The military system formed units into married and unmarried units, so a cadre of young men would be forced to remain unmarried on the King's orders until they had 'washed their spears' in the blood of their enemies. They are armed with throwing spears, smoothbore muskets and the deadly stabbing short spear whilst their patterned ox-hide shields help identify their parent regiment.
     
    Once they were blooded, and only then, would they sew in the characteristic head ring which is the symbol of a mature and married warrior, showing his much enhanced status in society.
     
    These then are the finest warriors of a fierce and proud army of 40,000 men, eager to preserve Zululand from all invaders, Swazi, Boer or British!
     
    Contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 32 Married Zulus
    1 Detailed notebook which has a brief history on the Zulu's and their profile in Black Powder!
    302014603
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%

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  • Marshall Ney & Mounted French Napoleonic Officer

    Marshall Ney & Mounted French Napoleonic Officer.  This Walord Games blister pack contains 2 models on horseback.

    WGN-FR-45
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%

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  • Napoleonic British 95th Rifles - Chosen Men

    The 95th Rifles were an elite unit of hard marching, sharp shooting light infantry that served in many bloody battles of the Napoleonic Wars. Unusually they did not wear the classic red coat of the British army, but instead a dark bottle green uniform which gave them their nickname of the ‘Sweeps’ or the ‘Grasshoppers’ by their French foes.

    They were equipped with the Baker rifle – a supremely accurate weapon for the period – which would hit single targets at ranges unheard of for the smoothbore muskets which most other troops carried.

    They earned a superb reputation in the Peninsular campaign and later at Waterloo, being battalions that Wellington could rely upon. To help maintain the effectiveness of the companies, reliable and trusted men would be issued with a white tape around the arm distinguishing them as ‘chosen men’ and expected to inspire the rank and file.

    To make up for the short length of their rifles, they were issued with wicked looking sword bayonets, long enough to give a parity against an enemy bayonet.

    This Warlord Games box set contains 14 metal miniatures.

    WGN-BR-04
    £22.50
    £25.00 save 10%
  • Napoleonic British Line Infantry (Peninsular War)

    Widely held as the finest body of fighting men to have fought under the Union flag, the British army in the Peninsular campaign tasted defeat but were far more often to be found savouring yet another victory over their old foe, the French. Led by great commanders such as Moore, Crauford and Wellesley, the British army was a well-drilled and, on the whole, disciplined force that saw service on the Iberian Peninsula from 1808 until the end of the campaign in 1814. The redcoated British foot regiments were ably supported by their Portugese, Spanish and German allies in addition to their countrymen in the cavalry and artillery. This multi-national force subjected defeat after defeat on Bonaparte's French, bringing such battle honours as Vitoria, Salamanca, Talavera, and the brutal siege of Badajoz into British military legend. Contains: 24 plastic easy-build British Line Infantry. This box of Warlord Miniatures models is supplied unassembled and unpainted

    302011003
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Napoleonic British Line Infantry (Waterloo Campaign)

    With the return of the French tyrant Napoleon Bonaparte from his exile on the island of Elba, Britain and her allies of the 7th Alliance once again prepared to face the might of the French Army in what would be known as the Hundred Days Campaign.
     
    The rain-lashed weekend of 17th and 18th June 1815 saw the Allied forces end twenty years of continuous warfare – warfare that spanned the globe – in a series of violent and bloody battles at Quatre Bras, Ligny, Wavre and Waterloo.
     
    At the decisive battle of Waterloo, redcoated British foot regiments, supported by their massed artillery and the noble cavalrymen, battled the rain and the mud as well as the hated French. Their Prussian Allies struggled to join with them, only reaching the fields of Waterloo late on Sunday 18th June.
     
    Sir Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, rooted his Allied army to the ridge at Waterloo for over nine hours as Bonaparte’s French threw everything at them. The steadfast British veterans of the Peninsular campaign served their King and country well once more and with the Prussians taking to the field before nightfall, the day was won for the Allies and the brilliant Bonaparte’s reign of terror was finally ended.
     
    Contains:
     
    24 plastic easy-build British Line Infantry.
    4 metal command miniatures: officer, drummer and two ensigns with wire flagpoles and finials.
    2-page background guide including fourteen full-colour flags.
    WGN-BR-12
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Napoleonic British Royal Horse Artillery 6 Pdr Cannon

    This Warlord Games metal blister pack contains 1 Artillery Piece War Machine, 4 Crew

    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.
    WGN-BR-31
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Napoleonic British Royal Horse Artillery 9 Pdr Cannon

    This Warlord Games metal blister pack contains 1 Artillery Piece War Machine, 4 Crew

    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.
    WGN-BR-32
    £10.80
    £12.00 save 10%

    OUT OF STOCK

  • Napoleonic French Line Infantry

    These glorious Napoleonic War French Line Infantry are perfect for use in games set during the most glorious period of Napoleon's reign. Facing off against Russians, Austrians and Prussians as well as taking on the British, Spanish and Portugese on the Iberian Peninsular.

    Each Warlord Games boxed set contains:

    • 20 plastic French infantry (including options for adding Grenadiers and Voltigeurs)
    • Metal command group (2 officers, drummer and standard bearer)
    • Standard poles and finials
    • Full colour background leaflet containing several flags.
    WGN-FR-09
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic French Line Lancers

    In 1809, at the battle of Wagram, some Polish light horse fighting for Napoleon seized lances from Austrian Uhlan prisoners and used them with good effect. Impressed by their use, Bonaparte ordered nine regiments to be formed, six of them clothed in green and three in blue. With their nine-foot ash pole lances, red and white pennants, and topped off with gleaming brass classical helmets they cut quite a dash on the battlefield. Lancers were unusual as they could take their place in the battleline and fight it out with enemy cavalry or infantry, but they were most often used in scouting, raiding, and – especially in Spain and Russia – in skirmishing, even fighting dismounted where the situation arose. Armed with a wicked lance, sabre, and at times a carbine and up to two pistols, the French line lancer was a formidable foe! This Warlord Games boxed set contains: 12 plastic easy-build French Light Cavalry Lancers. 1 additional metal officer and metal horse. 1 additional metal bugler. Optional metal arm for eagle bearer. Although a standard unit size for French Lancers would be 12 in most games, this box allows you to make 13 mounted French Lancers, giving you the choice of fielding them with or without command models.

    302012003
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  • Napoleonic French Old Guard Grenadiers

    There are few soldiers more famous than the Grenadiers of the Old Guard, veteran soldiers of many campaigns who would literally give their lives for their Emperor if needed.

    Formed from the Consular Guards in 1804, they were the elite of an elite, each man hand-picked for his height and military bearing. They proudly grew fierce moustaches, powdered their pigtailed hair, and wore gold earrings which gave them a glamorous if wild countenance.

    These loyal soldiers served their Emperor well and earned their nickname ‘Les Grognards’ (grumblers) as they marched all over Europe, smashing France’s foes on battlefield after battlefield.

    They were finally defeated in the savage fighting at the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815. Much of their action at this battle was hand-to-hand against Prussian troops and British firepower under the darkening skies. Such was their reputation and prowess in battle that they left a fighting legacy none could match.

    This Warlord Games boxed set contains Old Guard Grenadiers in campaign overalls, ready to fight for the honour of France and her Emperor.

    • 24 metal French Grenadiers of the Old Guard:
      • 4 metal command miniatures (officer, pioneer, standard bearer and drummer)
      • 20 metal Grenadiers • Background and painting guide including three full-colour flags.
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    £25.20
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  • Napoleonic Hanoverian Line Infantry

    The Duke of Wellington’s armies of the Napoleonic Wars were built from troops of all manner of nations and principalities, whom on the whole were British officered and trained, and who fought very well alongside their British comrades. The Hanoverian troops were, of course, German. They joined up in the British army to carry on the fight against Napoleon, the tyrant of the continent, when so many of their German cousins elected to fight for Bonaparte. They fought the same as British line troops in a two-deep formation, carried similar colours, and followed British drill. They wore either the Belgic shako, like their counterparts in British regiments or, as modeled here, the neat peaked forage cap which distinguished them from other units. This boxed set can be fielded as a Hanoverian Field Battalion or a Landwehr unit.

    This Warlord Games boxed set contains:
    • 30 plastic easy-build Hanoverian Infantry.
    • 6 metal command miniatures: officer, pioneer, sergeant, drummer, two ensigns, wire flagpoles and finials.
    • 2-page background guide with ten full-colour flags
    WGN-BR-03
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Hanoverian Line Infantry (24 figures)

    The Duke of Wellington’s armies of the Napoleonic Wars were built from troops of all manner of nations and principalities, whom on the whole were British officered and trained, and who fought very well alongside their British comrades. The Hanoverian troops were, of course, German. They joined up in the British army to carry on the fight against Napoleon, the tyrant of the continent, when so many of their German cousins elected to fight for Bonaparte. They fought the same as British line troops in a two-deep formation, carried similar colours, and followed British drill. They wore either the Belgic shako, like their counterparts in British regiments or, as modeled here, the neat peaked forage cap which distinguished them from other units. This boxed set can be fielded as a Hanoverian Field Battalion or a Landwehr unit. This Warlord Games boxed set contains: • 20 plastic easy-build Hanoverian Infantry. • 4 metal command miniatures: officer, drummer, two ensigns, wire flagpoles and finials. • 2-page background guide with ten full-colour flags

    WGN-BR-13
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Late French Chasseurs Light Cavalry

    Formed originally back in 1743, the Chasseurs a Cheval (mounted hunters) were hard riding, green clad light cavalry whose main role was patrolling and raiding for the French armies. A good Chasseur was at home on his light horse, skirmishing with the enemy cavalry or scouting enemy movements and thus providing valuable intelligence for their commanders.

    Armed with carbine, curved sabre and bayonet (an item disliked by the cavalrymen who used it to dig up vegetables or ‘lost’ it on campaign) the Chasseurs were most happy in the saddle, although they were also trained to fight on foot should the need arise.

    At the height of the French Army under Bonaparte’s reign there were 31 regiments of Chasseurs a Cheval although only 15 regiments were available for the titanic Hundred Days campaign that culminated at the Battle of Waterloo. Our superbly detailed Chasseurs à Cheval are provided with covered and uncovered shakos as well as the colpacks favoured by the elite companies.

    Although requested not to wear the sabretache beyond 1808 many Chasseurs would keep this item well beyond this decree and thus we’ve included it on our models. For those of you wishing to follow regulations over reality simply snip the sabretache off.

    This Warlord Games box set contains:

    • 12 plastic easy-build French Light Cavalry including 1 metal officer and horse
    • Optional metal parts to make a trumpeter and eagle bearer
    • Options for shako, oilskin covered shakos and the elite company Colpack fur hat.
    WGN-FR-12
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Late French Light Infantry

    This Warlord Games boxed set contains:

    • 24 plastic French infantry
    • Metal command group of:
      • 2 Officers
      • 1 Drummer
      • 1 Standard Bearer

    Also full colour background leaflet containing several flags.

    302012001
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Late French Line Infantry (1812-1815)

    En avant! The cry went up in hundreds of French throats as the blue columns marched forward on the battlefields across Europe. The all conquering French line infantry ‘Les Bleus’ used a combination of massed columns, fast manoeuvre, and firepower to shatter the armies of Prussia, Austria, Spain and Russia, culminating in a death struggle against Wellington and Blucher’s alliance at Waterloo in 1815.

    Well led and confident of victory, the average French soldier swept almost all foes before them, living off the land as they marched. Beyond the glory of victory over their foes, there was the chance of medals, promotion to the guard, or even acknowledgement from the Emperor himself!

    These Warlord Games models are dressed in greatcoats worn so often on the field of battle to save the smart uniform for the inevitable victory parade.

    Each Warlord boxed set contains:

    • 24 plastic French infantry (including options for adding Grenadiers and Voltigeurs)
    • Metal command group (2 officers, drummer, standard bearer)
    • Full colour background leaflet containing several flags.
    WGN-FR-10
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Portuguese Line Infantry

    The Portuguese had never been fond of their Spanish neighbours. This was doubly so when in 1807 Napoleon sent a large French and Spanish army across the border to crush Portugal and take its fleet to continue their war against the detested British. Great Britain and Portugal, however, had been old allies for countless years, and before long a largely untried British general called Wellesley was sent from London to eject the French from Portuguese soil.

    The Portuguese troops were brave but unskilled, and outnumbered in the early days of the conflict. Reforms of the Portuguese army taken by Sir Lt.General William Beresford changed that, adopting British drill and tactics. The changes transformed the Portuguese into an effective fighting force. The allied army was carefully organised with units of both nations mixed into divisions giving, it a distinctive character and indeed spurring on each nation to outperform the other.

    This Warlord Games Box Set contains:

    • 20 plastic easy-build Portuguese Line Infantry
    • 4 metal command miniatures: officer, drummer and two ensigns with wire flagpoles and banner tops
    • 2-page background guide including ten full-colour flags
    WGN-PO-01
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Prussian High Command

    The Prussian High Command during the 100 Days campaign leading up to the battle of Waterloo.

    • 1 x Field Marshal von Blucher
    • 1 x General August von Gneisenau Blucher’s chief of staff
    • 1 x Marshal Friedrich Karl von Zeiten
    WGN-PRU-23
    £9.00
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  • Napoleonic Prussian Jagers

    This Walord Games blister pack contains 6 metal miniatures.

    WGN-PR-35
    £10.80
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  • Napoleonic Prussian Landwehr Command

    This Warlord set contains 3 metal models.
     
    Models supplied unpainted.
    WGN-PRU-22
    £4.50
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  • Napoleonic Russian 12 Pounder Cannon (1809-1815)

    Napoleonic Russian 12 Pounder Cannon (1809-1815)
    WGN-RUS-33
    £10.80
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  • Napoleonic Russian Command (1809-1815)

    Napoleonic Russian Command (1809-1815)
    WGN-RUS-23
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  • Napoleonic Russian Command (1812-1815)

    Napoleonic Russian Command (1812-1815)
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  • Napoleonic Russian Line Infantry (1812-1815)

    The infantry formed the backbone of all armies in the Napoleonic Wars, but no army relied more on its humble private foot soldier than that of Imperial Russia.


    Brave, stubborn and resilient they had to cope with poor conditions, worse supplies and a cadre of mostly incompetent officers. Whenever western observers spent time with the Russian army they were constantly amazed by the sheer tenacity and good humour of the average Russian infantryman in the face of adversity.

    Many thousands of men were pushed through the Imperial war machine to take to the fields of Europe in defiance of Napoleon. Often they were on the receiving end of awful punishment but rarely wavered. French officers were in awe of their ability to withstand artillery fire, cavalry charges and the famous French attack columns. It was said that only when you bayonetted them could you be sure you were dealing with mere men.

    The Russians did seem to make use of the bayonet more often than any other army; it suited their character to get stuck in. In addition, the Russian army was usually ill-equipped and the quality of their muskets was generally inferior to that of their enemies'. Bayonets were always reliable!

    Contrary to opinion it was not fear of punishment or excessive alcohol consumption that drove these men to fight on when others may have crumbled – rather an unwillingness to accept defeat.

    Recruitment was never a problem for the Russian army. Many of the recruits came from an agricultural background of serfdom, little more than illiterate slaves. The army offered a steady income and regular meals. Any hardship they may suffer was an improvement for many so conscription was not usually seen as a curse. Service was for life, although this was reduced to 25 years after 1805 – effectively still a life service in all but name. Upon conscription a man would depart his village as if he were already dead, with ceremonies to that effect such were the slim hopes he would ever return.

    This box set is designed to allow you to field one regiment of Russian infantry. The variants in the box allow you to field both musketeers or grenadiers along with a command section to lead them into battle. We have also provided a selection of flags from a number of regiments so you can get them into the action right away.

    For the Motherland!
    WGN-RUS-02
    £18.00
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  • Napoleonic Russian Pavlosk Grenadiers

    Napoleonic Russian Pavlosk Grenadiers
    WGN-RUS-03
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  • Nassau Light Infantry Firing Napoleonic

    Nassau Light Infantry Firing Napoleonic.  This Walord Games blister pack contains 6 metal miniatures.

    WGN-NS-21
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  • Natal Native Contingent Regiment

    Largely being used as support for the Main British forces in South Africa they became the main defense force against the Zulu forces. Recruited from the local populace, mainly from the Basuto and Mponso tribes, this force excelled in dealing with Zulu due to an extensive history of fighting them.
     
    Given mainly menial labouring jobs they eventually saw action on the front with varying results, some fighting hard and to the last man alongside their British comrades, whilst others they broke alongside the NCO's. In either case, even if they fight today or tomorrow, they will certainly fight to the last.
     
    Providing support for the British army these loyal chaps are just the job whether you're looking to refight Isandlwana, Ulundi, or the other battles during 1879.
     
    Contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 32 Natal Native Contingent.
    A detailed Booklet containing the history and Black Powder profile of the Natal Native Contingent.
    302014602
    £18.00
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  • Polish Vistula Legion

    The Vistula Legion was perhaps the most famous of the many foreign units in French service under Napoleon. Formed in Silesia in February 1807 from an infantry regiment and cavalry regiment in the service of the Kingdom of Naples, it was initially named the Legion Polacco-Italienne (Polish-Italian Legion) as it had been organised around the Poles in Italian service.
     
    This Battalion box set contains:
     
    20 plastic and metal easy-build Polish Line Infantry.
    4 metal command miniatures (two officers, one drummer and one sapper).
    Renamed the Légion de la Vistula (Vistula Legion) in March 1808, it became three infantry regiments, each of two battalions, with each battalion having six companies of 140 men (one grenadier company, one voltigeur, and four Fusiliers), plus a Lancer regiment of 1,000 men in four squadrons.
     
    The Vistula Legion was sent to Spain in June 1808 where it fought in numerous actions, the most celebrated of which was at Albuera in 1810, when the lancer regiment rode down a British infantry brigade, destroying three out of the four British battalions in only four minutes of slaughter.
    302011801
    £18.00
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  • Polish Winged Hussars

    This Warlord Games box set contains 8 metal mounted figures including command.

    Supplied unpainted
    WGP-17
    £23.40
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  • Prussian Landwehr Regiment 1813-1815

    The Landwehr were militia formed from teenagers through to men in their forties. They were plucked from their fields, shops and offices and enrolled into the Prussian military machine to enlarge the forces that could finally depose Napoleon, the Tyrant of Europe. Prussia was a small State but her armies were well-trained and burning to avenge their past defeats.
     
    Full with content, this box set contains:
     
    24 Plastic Prussian Landwehr Militia
    2 Metal command (officer and drummer)
    A 4-page background guide
    11 full-colour flags
    The Landwehr consisted of over sixty battalions and were equipped and trained as time and money allowed. A cheap but warm coat, comfortable cap and a musket were considered uniform enough to get thousands of troops out into the field for the restricted Prussian army of the time.
     
    The Landwehr fought bravely in the later wars of the period, fighting hard in the 1813 campaigns and ultimately at the climax of the Hundred Days campaign that was Ligny and Waterloo.
     
    Ill-equipped and half-trained they may have been, but after a few months hard fighting they went on to fight with determination alongside their brothers in the Prussian Line regiments.
     
    Packed with superb detail, these plastics really capture the true nature of the Landwehr infantry, from the rugged farmers down to the youngster facing combat for the first time.
    302012501
    £18.00
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  • Rorke's Drift Battle set

    The Mission
     
    At the heart of the Rorke's Drift set are the two main buildings - the storehouse and the hospital. These 4Ground laser-cut MDF buildings are capped off with laser-cut 'teddy bear fur' which acts as thatch for the roof.
     
    The roof and upper floors lift out giving you total access to the building interiors. As you would expect from 4Ground the interiors come fully realised, they even have wall sections that pop out to simulate firing positions or broken down walls, etc.
     
    Also included are several finely sculpted resin barricades. These are a mixture of biscuit boxes and mealie-bags, we've drawn on eye-witness accounts and expert opinion to ensure we bring you a historically accurate rendition of the battlefield.
     
    A focal point of the defence were the barricaded wagons and we include this in the set also. The final resin components provide you with the stone wall Kraal.
     
    We've drawn on some of the most noted experts in the world in researching this set and what you have in the box is the definitive Rorke's Drift terrain.
     
    The 2019 Miniatures
     
    Of course, you'll need miniatures to fight over this amazing terrain and we include 20 of our superbly detailed plastic multi-pose British Line Infantry and 40 of our plastic multi-pose Married Zulu figures.
     
    The British are led by four, freshly sculpted for 2019, historical representations of the legendary Chard, Bromhead, Bourne and Hook. Their Zulu counterparts are led by a mounted InDuna and a Witch Doctor!
     
    The Set
     
    The box contains:
     
    Historical British Victoria Cross winners: Lieutenant Chard (Royal Engineers), Lieutenant Bromhead (24th Foot), Colour Sergeant Bourne (24th Foot) and Private Henry Hook (24th Foot).
    Metal mounted Zulu InDuna
    Metal Zulu Witch Doctor
    Metal British and Zulu casualties
    Laser-cut wooden Hospital building with 'teddy bear fur' thatch.
    Laser-cut wooden Storehouse building with 'teddy bear fur' thatch.
    Resin Wagon Barricade
    Resin stone wall Kraal (4 x 6" sections)
    Resin biscuit box barricades (2 x 6" sections)
    Resin biscuit box/mealie-bag barricades (3 x 6" sections)
    Resin mealie-bag barricades (3 x 6" sections)
    20 plastic multi-pose British Line Infantry
    40 plastic multi-pose Married Zulus.
    302614601
    £170.00
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  • Russian Line Infantry 1809-1814

    Despite, or quite possibly, because of, the harsh conditions they were brought up in, the Russian soldier was stubborn, resilient and unflinching. The Russian infantryman played decisive roles in each of the great battles against the French and their allies during the Napoleonic Wars. Culminating in the great battle at Borodino, the Russian soldier proved to be a very tough opponent indeed, often performing their grim duties at the point of the bayonet.
     
    This boxed set allows you to build a large battalion of Russians wearing the traditional Russian shako that, whilst superceded by the kiwer shako from 1812, was still worn by many regiments through to the end of the Napoleonic Wars. Two different head options are included allowing you to field your unit as musketeers, grenadiers or a mixture of both.
     
    The models are simple to put together with only three parts (body, head and backpack with sword) allowing you to build your force quickly and get it onto the tabletop fast!
     
    Contains:
     
    24 Russian Line Infantry miniatures:
    20 plastic rank & file and four metal multi-pose command (officer, drummer and two standard bearers)
    2 page background guide including 8 full-colour flags
    302012201
    £18.00
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  • Unmarried Zulu Impi

    Usuthu! The feared Zulu warcry of 'Kill!' shouted by hundreds of brave, fierce warriors would put fear into the hearts of most men. The men shouting this battle-cry have a lot to prove as they are the unmarried warriors of the Zulu impis. Zulu tradition held that until they 'washed their spears' in the blood of an enemy of the King they could not choose a girl to marry, so closing and killing an enemy ensured a bride and a greatly enhanced status.
     
    These young bloods moved swiftly in extended order, sniping with their selection of antique firearms or hurling long spears some 30 yards with great accuracy.
     
    Although generally stripping down for close quarter fighting, a Zulu dressed in full regalia was an awe-inspiring sight, with monkey tails, otter fur, cow tails and crane feathers creating a look that might overwhelm a foe by looks alone.
     
    Warlord Games give you the chance to field whole unique regiments or to field some of the more traditional units, and however you assemble and paint them they will look a brave sight on the battlefield.
     
    Contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 32 Unmarried Zulus.
    A detailed booklet containing a brief version of the history and profile in Black Powder.
    302014604
    £18.00
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  • Unmarried Zulu Regiment

    Field whole unique regiments or to field some of the more traditional units, and however you assemble and paint them they will look a brave sight on the battlefield. Take out a pre-order for these superb plastics right here, right now!
     
    Contains: Plastic components to make 32 Unmarried Zulus 1 metal InDuna on foot
    WGZ-03
    £18.00
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  • Vallejo British Infantry Napoleonic Wars Paint Set

    With a reputation for their fantastic quality, Warlord Games have worked with Vallejo to produce this great value set to help get you started painting your British Napoleonic forces.
     
    This paint set includes:
     
    70.976 - Buff
    70.836 - London Grey
    70.957 - Flat Red
    70.899 - Dark Prussian Blue
    70.896 - G.C. Extra Dark Green
    70.865 - Oily Steel
    70.820 - Offwhite
    70.801 - Brass

    Vallejo paints are supplied in a 17ml bottle with eyedropper.

    70.163
    £18.00
     

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  • Vallejo French Infantry Napoleonic Wars Paint Set

    With a reputation for their fantastic quality, we have worked with Vallejo to produce this great value set to help get you started painting your French Napoleonic forces.
     
    This paint set includes:
     
    70.947 - Dark Vermillion
    70.953 - Flat Yellow
    70.899 - Dark Prussian Blue
    70.820 - Offwhite
    70.878 - Old Gold
    70.865 - Oily Steel
    70.836 - London Grey
    70.891 - Intermediate Green

    Vallejo paints are supplied in a 17ml bottle with eyedropper.

    70.164
    £18.00
     

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  • Warlord Anglo Zulu War British Infantry

    A casual look at Tommy Atkins of the Victorian period gave little away about his fighting abilities. Standing 5′ 5″ on average, and often shorter, he may or may not be able to read or write. This appearance was deceptive, however. The average British redcoat was the most dangerous animal in Africa, equipped as he was with the Martini-Henry breech-loading rifle which he was capable of firing 15 times a minute out to 1200 yards range in volley fire if needs be. His legendary discipline, his marching ability – enough to traverse all manner of terrain – and his determination to fight his enemies, which were legion, all made the British redcoat an implacable foe. Well led, well-equipped and thoroughly trained in his abilities, he blazed a trail for Empire all over the world. Cheerful and confident the redcoats of the County Regiments served their sovereign well, smashing their enemy with concentrated rifle fire and, if necessary, selling their lives dearly behind the thrust of their wicked long bayonets.
     
    Our Redcoats represent any British unit of the Anglo-Zulu War and contains enough Plastic components to make 20 British Infantry with Martini Henry Rifles 4 metal Empress Command Figures - Bugler, Sergeant and two officers
    302014601
    £18.00
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  • Warlord Anglo Zulu War British Starter Army

    Contains over 80 figures

    WGZ-06
    £67.50
    £75.00 save 10%
  • Waterloo - Black Powder (2) Starter Set

    Waterloo - Black Powder Starter Set (Second Edition)
     
    On a damp, overcast Sunday in June 1815, twenty years of continuous warfare the Napoleonic Wars came to a violent and bloody conclusion on a rain-soaked field in Belgium. These wars were truly a world affair, with European powers fighting battles not only on the mainland of Europe but as far as India, Egypt, the Caribbean and America.
     
    The greatest generals of the age finally faced each other on the field of battle; The Duke of Wellington, rooted to a little-known ridge, faced, the Emperor of the French. Napoleon Bonaparte, master of the attack, opposed brigades of British, Germans, Dutch and Belgians; brigades of an infamous army that, despite horrific casualties, clung to the ridge for over nine hours to ensure that the arrival of BlǬcher's Prussian army would put the Duke victory beyond doubt.
     
    The Battle of Waterloo became a true landmark in military history, one that will never fade, and nothing on such a grand scale would be seen again.
     
    This new starter set for Black Powder contains everything needed to start your campaign for victory at Waterloo!
     
    Contents include:
     
    Soft back A5 version of the Black Powder Second Edition rulebook
    Easy start guide
    12 Chasseurs à Cheval
    48 French infantry
    48 British infantry
    24 Hanoverian Infantry
    1x Metal Royal artillery cannon
    1x metal French foot commander
    1x metal British foot commander
    Bases for all above models
    Six d6
    Card playsheet and casualty markers
    301510002
    £63.00
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  • Waterloo British Line Infantry

    With the return of the French tyrant Napoleon Bonaparte from his exile on the island of Elba, Britain and her allies of the 7th Alliance once again prepared to face the might of the French Army in what would be known as the Hundred Days Campaign.
     
    The rain-lashed weekend of 17th and 18th June 1815 saw the Allied forces end twenty years of continuous warfare – warfare that spanned the globe – in a series of violent and bloody battles at Quatre Bras, Ligny, Wavre and Waterloo.
     
    At the decisive battle of Waterloo, redcoated British foot regiments, supported by their massed artillery and the noble cavalrymen, battled the rain and the mud as well as the hated French. Their Prussian Allies struggled to join with them, only reaching the fields of Waterloo late on Sunday 18th June.
     
    Sir Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, rooted his Allied army to the ridge at Waterloo for over nine hours as Bonaparte’s French threw everything at them. The steadfast British veterans of the Peninsular campaign served their King and country well once more and with the Prussians taking to the field before nightfall, the day was won for the Allies and the brilliant Bonaparte’s reign of terror was finally ended.
     
    Contains:
     
    36 plastic easy-build British Line Infantry.
    4 metal command miniatures: officer, drummer and two ensigns with wire flagpoles and finials.
    2-page background guide including fourteen full-colour flags.
    WGN-BR-02D
    £20.00
     
  • Woodland Indians Tribe

    The Native Americans had a quandary in deciding who to back, in what must have seen to them a puzzling civil war. The Indian tribes, or Confederations, were themselves split on whether to join in a war or maintain the peace. As with most complicated conflicts, old alliances, promises and bribes – and some vengeance – all played their part in deciding which faction to support.
     
    The majority of the Indian tribes chose to side with the British forces, who also paid and supplied them to harass the American soldiery and, more controversially, their farms. This led to the war taking on a more sinister tone, as the Americans fought back, counter-raiding Indian settlements. Armed with muskets and tomahawks and skilled in fieldcraft, Indian war parties brought terror to men caught up in the woods, however they could get dismayed in defeat, leaving no place in the main battle line.
     
    Contains:
     
    24 plastic multi-pose Woodland Indians with a variety of armaments and equipment
    2-page background guide including construction details
    302015501
    £16.20
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  • Woodland Indians War Party

    Contains 18 metal Woodland Indians and 1 Indian Sachem designed for use in the French Indian War 1754-1763. Also comes with a full-colour background leaflet

    All figures supplied unpainted
    WG7-FIW-01
    £24.75
    £27.50 save 10%