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  • Age of Bronze Hail Caesar Supplement

    For two thousand years; from 3000 BC to 1000 BC, warriors fought battles with weapons of bronze. This gleaming red-gold metal is an alloy of copper and tin. The warrior nobles rode into battle in chariots and were clad in bronze armour. Their followers gripped bronze thrusting spears, battle-axes and slashing swords. Battle was a dazzling sight as weapons and armour glinted in the sun amid the clash of bronze against bronze and the clatter of charging chariots. This was the heroic age of legend! When the sand and rubble is cleared away from the mighty ruins of the temples, tombs and strongholds of this time; the tales of these battles are revealed inscribed in stone and on the imperishable tablets of baked clay.

    Around the ancient carvings of the warriors, which inspire the model soldiers depicted in this book, are the reports of their deeds on the battlefield. From what they tell us we can recreate battles for our model armies. In this book you will find many battle scenarios and skirmishes all based on real events. We begin with the Sumerians, rival city states. Then we see the rise and fall of the first great empire of the Akkadians. Ancient Egyptians fight to unite their nation and repel Hyksos invaders. The mighty Hammurabi takes on rivals to create the kingdom of Babylon. The chariot Empires of the Hittites and Mitanni clash and try and hold their own against the New Kingdom Pharaohs and the Mycenaeans. Egyptian and Canaanite chariots battle on the plain of Megiddo. Heroes fight duels upon the plain of Troy. Then Sea Peoples and Habiru tribes challenge the chariot lords as we approach the dramatic end of Bronze Age.

    Age of Bronze contains 32 scenarios - in addition to the traditional Hail Caesar massed battles we introduce skirmish rules for smaller scale conflicts between warbands so often seen during this period.
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  • Age of Caesar Rulebook

    Age of Caesar Rulebook from Warlord Games contains 61 pages.

    With this supplement for Hail Caesar we invite you to come, see and conquer for yourself in a series of new scenarios representing key battles in the career of Julius Caesar. We take a detailed look at the armies of Rome and her enemies, and we consider the lives of some of the greatest Roman commanders of them all, together with suitable rules to represent them on the tabletop.

    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement.

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  • Age of Caesar, Hail Caesar Supplement

    Gaius Julius Caesar was surely the most famous Roman of all time – conqueror, statesman and founder of an empire that would shape the destiny of the world. What’s more, we know just how great a commander he was because he took the trouble to write and tell us so, recording his heroic exploits in all their gloriously impressive detail.

    Join the mighty Caesar at the beginning of his glittering career of conquest and refight one of his most famous battles against those heinous enemies of civilisation, the dreaded Germans led by none other than that ambitious fiend Ariovistus of the Suebi.

    March with Caesar’s legions into the land of implacable savages as our hero subjugates the barbarous Gauls and confronts that most dangerous of moustachioed monstrosities the treacherous chieftain of the Arverni tribe, Vercingetorix.

    Cross the Rubicon and cast your own dice as Caesar pursues his rival Romans across continents in the Roman Civil War, facing his most deadly challenge yet in the form of famed conqueror of the East, Pompey the Great. Fight by Caesar’s side as he wages war for mastery of the Roman World upon battlefields soaked in Roman blood.

    Regretfully we cannot tarry, as did Caesar, in the arms of Egypt’s beautiful Queen Cleopatra, but we can join him for the concluding battles of the Civil War in Africa, where we shall at last confront Caesar’s relentless opponents together with the armies of that inveterate enemy of Rome, King Juba of Numidia.

    With this supplement for Hail Caesar we invite you to come, see and conquer for yourself in a series of new scenarios representing key battles in the career of Julius Caesar. We take a detailed look at the armies of Rome and her enemies, and we consider the lives of some of the greatest Roman commanders of them all, together with suitable rules to represent them on the tabletop.

    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement.
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  • Albion Triumphant Black Powder Supplement

    Chronicling the Flanders and Peninsular Campaigns during the Napoleonic Wars, Albion Triumphant is the first of two books covering the battles involving the British forces. Of course, it also looks at the French, Spanish and Portugese in depth too! 112 pages of Napoleonic army lists, background, troop stats and scenarios make this an absolute must for lovers of Black Powder, of Napoleonic gaming or simply of gloriously produced wargaming books! You will need the Black Powder rulebook (below) to use Albion Triumphant.

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  • Albion Triumphant Volume 2 – The Hundred Days campaign

    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 Blücher’s Prussian army would put the Duke’s victory beyond doubt. The Battle of Waterloo became a true landmark in miltary history, one that will never fade, and nothing on such a grand scale would be seen again. This supplement for Black Powder overviews the main battles, armies and personalities of the Hundred Days campaign, and includes army lists, scenarios and special rules to enable you to re-fight them using the Black Powder rules. Featured conflicts include: • Quatre Bras & Ligny (16th June 1815) • Hougoumont (18th June 1815) • Waterloo (18th June 1815) 132 pages of Napoleonic army lists, background, troop stats and scenarios make this an absolute must for lovers of Black Powder, of Napoleonic gaming or simply of gloriously produced wargaming books! You will need the Warlord Games Black Powder Rule Book to use Albion Triumphant.

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  • Armies of France and The Allies Rulebook

    World War II was truly a world war, and many nations joined the fight against Germany and the Axis. This latest supplement for Bolt Action covers the armies of France, Poland, Greece, Norway, Holland and Belgium that stood against the German Blitzkrieg, as well as the resistance forces that sprung up in the aftermath of occupation.

    A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement. 108 page softback book

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  • Armies of Germany 2nd Edition Bolt Action Supplement

    'Armies of Germany 2nd Edition' is a supplement for the award winning tabletop wargame Bolt Action, and deals with the German Army of World War II. Within you will find background and details of the German Army’s organisation and equipment from the beginning of the war (the invasion of Poland in 1939) to the very end (the fall of Berlin in 1945).

    Central to this book is its Army List. This includes all the information you will need to play games using the German Army. This large list details all the main troop types, vehicles and equipment fielded by the Germany Army during World War II. Alongside this main list are a number of Theatre Selectors, which give the force details for different periods and theatres of the war. These are not definitive, but are designed to give a theatre-specific flavour and character to a force. Over six years of fighting the German Army changed a lot, and many units and vehicles that were common in 1939 were obsolete by 1945 - and there were countless oddities and exceptions on every front. These sub-lists allow players to select forces suitable for the theatre in which they are playing.

    What's New? We've taken the opportunity to include additional units and options, we've revised a few points costs here-and-there, and made some more changes to bring the book more in-line with the rest of the range... here's a teaser of what you'll find inside...

    Army Special Rules

    German forces now have FOUR Army Special Rules - some of which you'll be familiar with, some you won't...

    • Blitzkrieg - German officers were expected to act on initiative and take decisions on the field based on their judgement rather than wait for orders or confirmation from HQ. This made them very effective tactical commanders and made the Wehrmacht a formidably reactive force. This offers a bonus for German officers when they use the '‘You men, snap to action’' Special Rule, giving them more influence.
    • Initiative Training - Even at squad level, in the German army every man is trained with some of the skills of his superiors, and encouraged to show initiative and decisiveness rather than just sit and wait to receive orders. This Rule provides a little relief if squad leaders are KIA - as other squad members may adopt their roles
    • Hitler's Buzzsaw - German-made machine guns, but in particular the lethal MG42, are vastly superior to their enemies’ and rightly feared by Allied infantrymen. Carried over from the First Edition book, this rule combines with the MG boost brought-in with the Second Edition rules - making German MGs even more lethal...!
    • Tiger Fear - Such was the lethal reputation of Tiger tanks, that often Allied troops were spooked by the appearance of any German heavy armour, mistakenly thinking that any Panzer IV was a Tiger waiting in ambush! Any vehicle with the 'Tiger Fear' rule conveys a negative modifier to any enemy unit within line of sight's Morale...
    • New Units - We've also compiled the German Additional Units and Special Rules which we published elsewhere (in other books, and/or online) into the book - including the likes of Night Fighting Units, and more!

    Couple all of this with tactical notes, invaluable historical background text, gorgeous artwork and reference imagery from the masterful Peter Dennis and Osprey Publishing, and Armies of Germany 2nd Edition is the must-have Bolt Action book for all German generals out in the field!

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  • Armies of Great Britain Rulebook

    With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players can now build an army for Great Britain and the Commonwealth. From early campaigns in Europe to the deserts of North Africa and the jungles of the Far East, British forces faced the Axis threat. The army lists presented here have all the information needed to field such elite units as the Paras, Commandos, Chindits and SAS alongside the steadfast ‘Tommy’. Contents Introduction Army Lists Theatres Written by Jake Thornton, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of Imperial Japan Rulebook

    Following the assault on Pearl Harbor, the Imperial Japanese military saw action across Asia, from the capture and defence of the islands of the Pacific to the occupation of territory in China and Burma. With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players have all the information they need to build a force of the Emperor’s fanatically loyal troops and campaign through some of the most brutal battles of the war. Contents Introduction Army Lists Theatres Written by Agis Neugebauer, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of Italy & The Axis

    This book provides Bolt Action players with all of the information they need to field the military forces of Germany's allies. While many nations flocked to the side of the Allies, others joined forces with Germany as part of the Axis. This volume is the definitive guide to the armies of Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Finland. Fight the Winter War against the Soviets, hold back the British in North Africa, or help shore up the German offensives on the Eastern Front with this latest supplement for Bolt Action. A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of the Soviet Union

    This book provides Bolt Action players with all of the information they need to field the military forces of the Soviet Union. From the bitter urban warfare of Stalingrad, through the Winter War against Finland and the final drive to Berlin, the detailed army lists provided in this supplement allow players to construct Soviet armies for any theatre and any year of the war. Contents Introduction Army Lists Theatres Written by Andy Chambers, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of the United States Rulebook

    With this supplement for Bolt Action, players have all the information they need to field the military forces of the United States of America.

    Entering the war after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States immediately went to war on several fronts. In Europe and Africa, American troops battled against the Germans and Italians, while in the Pacific they faced the forces of Imperial Japan. This book allows players to choose from dozens of different troop types including Sherman tanks, Marine raiders, and paratroopers, and build a US force to fight in any theatre of the war.

    Contents - Introduction; Army Lists; Theatres.  Written by Massimo Torriani, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Battle of the Bulge Rulebook

    Battle of the Bulge Rulebook from Warlord Games for Bolt Action contains 124 pages.

    Battle Of The Bulge is a campaign expansion to Bolt Action & compatible with both 1st and 2nd editions. Crammed with scenarios, new units and new rules whilst still giving some historical background for context. Everything you need to explore one of the most complex series of engagements in the European Theatre of Operations is within the 124 pages of this full colour book. Battle Of The Bulge campaign book is divided into easy sections that take a brief look at a particular historical time frame, the combatants involved (including any special characters that made an appearance) - then move on to introduce the special Bolt Action scenario, with any special rule or new units clearly explained, along with the recommended force selectors to use when preparing your forces.

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  • Battleground Europe D Day To Germany - Bolt Action Theatre Book

    This first supplement deals with the final phase of World War II in Western Europe. It covers the build-up to the Invasion of Normandy, the fight through bocage country, the snowy forests of the Ardennes, and follows the combatants through to the crumbling of the Third Reich and German surrender.

    This theatre book is a supplement to the tabletop wargame Bolt Action and it’s goal is to describe the context for games set within this phase of the war. What was it like to storm the beaches of Normandy? How formidable was the bocage country? What was it like to fight in the snowy forests of the Ardennes?

    You will find several scenarios within the book some depicting actual historical battles while others offer a view on typical operations with the aim to give a sense of what the fighting was like. Additional units have also been included in the book, giving you something new to stretch your opponents with!

    Take the fight to the enemy with this new theatre book for Bolt Action. From the D-Day landings to the final battle for Berlin, this volume gives players everything they need to focus their gaming on these final campaigns in the European Theatre of Operations. Scenarios and special rules offer something for all Bolt Action players, regardless of the armies they collect. 

    A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Black Powder Rulebook II

    This book describes the Black Powder game and its various procedures and rules as played by the authors and their friends. The authors’ aim is to enable and encourage the reader to recreate the great battles of the 18th and 19th centuries with armies of model soldiers on the tabletop.
     
    As well as providing for the fundamentals of warfare such as the command of troops, movement on the battlefield, the effects of musketry and artillery, and the role of morale, the book includes numerous examples of further rules allowing the player to tailor games to their own preferences.
     
    In addition, twelve complete examples of Black Powder battles are included, embracing a range of conflicts throughout the period covered.
     
    Battle of Elixheim – War of the Spanish Succession, 1705
    Battle of Clifton Moor – Jacobite Rising, 1745
    Raid on Fort Ligonier – French and Indian War, 1758
    Battle of Chinsurah – Seven Years’ War, 1759
    Battle of Bunker Hill – American War of Independence, 1775
    Battle of North Point – The War of 1812, 1814
    Quatre Bras – Napoleonic War, 1815
    The Eve of Waterloo – Napoleonic War, 1815
    Battle of Kernstown – American Civil War, 1862
    Battle of Antietam – American Civil War, 1862
    Battle of Dead Man’s Creek – Sioux War, 1876-77
    Action on the iNyezane – Zululand, 1879
     
    If you order direct with us you'll get a free exclusive miniature, the Master and Commander, John Lucky - This offer is subject to availability and offered exclusively to the first 6 customers who buy this and collect this in person from WarGameStore, CH63 6HD Any additional exclusive miniatures will be given out on the same basis.
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  • Black Powder: A Dark and Bloody Ground Supplement

    Description
    French and Indian War
     
    Fought between 1754 and 1763, this conflict saw the French and British empires fighting for dominance of Canada and North America. The European armies had to overcome harsh weather conditions and the equally unforgiving wilderness before fighting battles and skirmishes in which little quarter was asked for or given.
     
    Inside
     
    Inside this book, you will find a complete history of the conflict with details of every major battle fought between the two sides. Also included are details of the uniforms, organisation and commanders of the European armies, their colonial regulars and militias, and the various Native American tribes that supported or opposed them. Scenarios are provided for many of the battles of the war along with suggestions for campaign games.
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  • Bolt Action 2nd Edition Hardback Rulebook

    Bolt Action 2nd Edition Hardback Rulebook offers the same fantastic World War II gameplay with its exciting order dice system and mixed armies of infantry, tanks and artillery.

    Key New Features

    • Officers activate other units! Used cleverly, this creates a huge tactical shift as you can order multiple units to fire or advance in concert.
    • Big Explosions! HE fire now uses templates to determine damage - your opponent had better spread out his troops to avoid carnage!
    • Armed Transports! Once your squad has piled out of its halftrack, the driver can speed around and unleash a hail of lead at the enemy!
    • Player Feedback! We've listened carefully to the community and taken advantage of the thousands of battles you've played to improve the game in dozens of other ways.
    • New Army List The main rulebook now includes a fifth army list - adding Imperial Japan to Germany, Great Britain, USA and the Soviet Union - giving you even more choice for your army.
    • Special Figure As you would expect we have a fantastic new figure specially made and FREE for those ordering the rule book direct from WarGameStore: General George Smith Patton Jr. General George Smith Patton Jr. (November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945) was a senior officer of the United States Army, who is perhaps best known for his leadership of the United States Third Army in France and Germany following the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. A perfect commander for your US armies, from the Mediterranean and on into the European Theaters in Bolt Action.
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: Fortress Budapest

    Throughout the autumn of 1944, the Axis forces in the Carpathian Basin were fighting for their very existence. Campaign: Fortress Budapest will inspire and guide you through the entirety of this particular conflict and on to many more victories with your Bolt Action forces!
     
    What is this book?
     
    The Siege of Budapest, the Soviet invasion of Hungary that led up to it, and the desperate German offensives to relieve the city covered kilometres of frontline; these battles lasted eight months and involved hundreds of thousands of combatants. Within the 168 pages of this impressive resource, the authors have squeezed in a variety of very different scenarios for players.
     
    Fortress Budapest is the latest Campaign expansion to Bolt Action Second edition. Whilst there is historical detail within the narrative, this volume is not a history book – it is first and foremost an impressive wargaming supplement. The intention of the author Bryan Cook and the team who put this book together was to provide a good mixture of scenarios, new units, and new rules whilst still giving some historical background for context. Some previously published rules and units have also been reprinted – this is to save players the expense of buying additional books for content which is vital to this volume, but might form only a small part of other books.
     
    What's in this book:
     
    Packed with history Fortress Budapest contains complete scenarios, additional special rules, army lists, new units and of course the all-important complete theatre selectors.
     
    Fighting for Transylvania
    Scenario 1: Hold the Ojtózi Pass
    The Battle of Tordá
    The Red Army Arrives
    Direct Assault on Tordá
    Scenario 2: Into the Valley of Death
    Counter-attack at Debrecen
    Operation Debrecen
    Coup in Budapest
    Scenario 3: Operation Debrecen
    A Phone Call With Stalin
    Encirclement
    Operation Budapest
    Fortress Kecskemét
    Scenario 4: Flak-Regiment 133
    Breakout Under Moonlight
    Chaotic Retreat
    The Attila Line
    Scenario 5: The Attila Line
    Breakthrough at Pestszentimre
    Scenario 6: Counter-attack at Pestszentimre
    Enter the 3rd Ukrainian Front
    Festung Budapest
    SS IX Mountain Corps
    German Strength in Budapest
    Scenario 7: The Back Door Left Open
    The First Assault on Pest
    Scenario 8: Street Fighting in Pest
    Block by Block
    Scenario 9: Withdrawal Across the Danube
    Relief Attempts
    Scenario 10: Operation Konrad I
    Operation Konrad II
    Scenario 11: Operation Konrad III
    Last Stand in Buda
    Városmajor Grange
    Scenario 12: Farkasréti Cemetery
    Scenario 13: The Buda Hills
    Scenario 14: Supply Drop
    The End is Nigh
    Scenario 15: The Last Redoubt
    The Breakout Attempt
    Sacrificed for the Reich
    Operation Spring Awakening
    Hitler’s Last Gamble
    Scenario 16: Death Ride of the Panzers
    New Units
    Include; German, Hungarian, Soviet and Romanian
    New Theatre Selectors:
     
    For Germany
    Panzer Kampfgruppe Armoured Platoon
    1944–45 Panzergrenadier Reinforced Platoon
    Panzer Reconnaissance Reinforced Platoon
    Heavy Anti-aircraft battery Reinforced Platoon
    IV SS Panzer Corps Armoured Platoon
    6th SS Panzer Army Armoured Platoon
    For Hungary
    Carpathian Mountains Border Guards Reinforced Platoon
    Assault Artillery Battery Armoured Platoon
    Hungarian Armoured Field Division Armoured platoon
    For Hungary & Germany
    Budapest Pocket Defenders Reinforced Platoon
    For Soviet Union
    Guards Mechanised Brigade Armoured Platoon
    Forward Detachment Reconnaissance Party Reinforced Platoon
    Urban Assault Group Reinforced Platoon
    Soviet Anti-tank Strongpoint Reinforced Platoon
    For Romania
    1944 Allied Romanian Infantry Division Reinforced Pl
    Additional Special Rules:
     
    City Fighting
    Buildings
    Sewer Movement
    Command and Control in a City Fight
    City Siege Assets
    Minefields
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: Market Garden

    Campaign: Market Garden complements the Bolt Action wargame system by providing information and scenarios for games set in the greatest airborne operation ever mounted...
     
    For Bolt Action players Market Garden has it all – daring attacks, determined resistance and heroic last stands by American, British, German and Polish troops ranging from elite veteran paratroopers to novices and from obsolete armoured cars to King Tiger tanks.
     
    This volume covers a very short space of time compared to other Bolt Action campaign books – just a matter of nine days in September 1944 – and is focused on a much smaller geographical area; a single narrow route through the Netherlands rather than a broad sweep of very variable terrain across several countries.
     
    The fighting was incredibly intense; you’ll find bullets, blood, bombs, and bravery in abundance. The Allies struggled to keep the road open and the Germans struggled to cut it, so both sides engaged in attacks and counter-attacks over the same ground and therefore faced the same challenges.
     
    Inside Campaign: Market Garden you'll flow through 116 pages full of glorious content, history, stunning art and photography, new rules and units! Here's just some of what you can expect:
     
    Campaign Overview
    Timeline
    Prelude to Market Garden
    The Original Bolt Action Scenarios
    Market Garden Forces (This section includes the American Forces, British or Polish forces, British XXX corps, Resistance fighters, and German forces).
    26 scenarios (including American scenarios, British Airborne scenarios, War in a small space: A Campaign Game, On To Oosterbeek..., Driel: Polish Airborne Scenarios, Hell’s Highway: The Road to The Reich, Space-Saving Scenarios and Going Solo...
    Legends of Market Garden
     
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: The Road to Berlin

    Bolt Action's next step within its gaming world is exploring the downfall of the Third Reich. Diving through the Eastern front, you'll be able to learn about the very bloody and arduous operations both Germany and the Soviets endured, and the uprising of the Polish AK and Czech forces. With unrelenting leadership and an absurd amount of 'political motivation', the Russians finally managed to expose Nazi Germany after brutal years of fighting.
     
    In June 1944 the Axis powers in Europe were about to be subjected to two major hammer blows. In the West, the final preparations were being made for Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of Western Europe. In the East, the Red Army was planning a massive offensive, with bold objectives to critically damage the German Army and eject it entirely from the Soviet Union and, by pushing deep into Poland, providing the springboard for later offensives that would eventually find the Red Army in the streets of Berlin ushering in the final collapse of Hitler’s Third Reich.
     
    For the Germans, a sense of fatalism began to grow, whilst amongst the Soviets, spirits rose. After the months of crushing defeats, encirclements and mass capitulations, the Germans were finally revealed to be beatable and their aura of invincibility had finally been ripped aside. This is well illustrated by a common story from the end of the Stalingrad operations where Soviet troops harassing sullen German prisoners, pointed at the remains of the devastated city and screamed that it would only be a matter of time before Berlin resembled the ruins of Stalingrad.
     
    Contained within in the 148 pages of detailed text, breathtaking imagery and full-colour art, this book also has:
     
    Campaign Overview
    Operation Bargration
     
    Fighting Bargration
    Which includes scenarios, special rules and historical context
    Bargration Theatre Selectors
    Which includes famous platoons such as the 53rd Guards tank Brigade, German Heavy Tank Abteilung and the 5th Panzer Division!
    Additional German Units
    Scenario 1: The Tigers of Krupki
    Scenario 2: The battle of Pleshchenitsy
    Scenario 3: The '34'
    Lvov-Sandomierz Offensive
     
    Fighting the Lvov-Sandomierz offensive
    Which includes scenarios, special rules and Lvov-Sandomierz specific scenarios
    Lvov-Sandomierz theatre selectors
    Scenario 4: big game hunting
    Which includes a hero of the Soviet Union, Lt. Aleksandr P. Oskin
    The Warsaw Uprising
     
    Fighting the Warsaw uprising
    Which includes scenarios, special rules and Warsaw uprising specific scenarios
    Warsaw uprising theatre selectors
    Armia krajowa theatre selector
    Which includes additional Armia Krajowa Units and German Warsaw Uprising Units
    Scenario 5: Man the barricades
    Scenario 6: Kubus and the grey wolf
    The Struggle Continues
     
    Fighting ‘the struggle continues’
    Which includes scenarios, special rules for ghost wars and the Struggle Continues Theatre Selectors
    NKVD Theatre Selector
    NKVD Additional Units
    Clearing The Flanks
     
    Scenario 7: Breakout from Petsamo
    The Vistula-Oder Offensive
     
    Fighting the Vistula-Oder offensive
    Which includes General Scenarios and Vistula-Oder Scenarios
    Vistula-Oder offensive theatre selectors
    Scenario 8: ‘the Ivan’s are coming…’
    Scenario 9: race to the Pileca river
    Scenario 10: an unexpected encounter
    Operation Berlin
     
    Fighting Operation Berlin
    Scenarios
    Which include General Scenarios and special rules for Operation Berlin Scenarios
    Operation Berlin theatre selectors
    Which include the extended Last Levy Theatre Selector and the replacement Panzer Force
    Additional German Units
    Which include The German Replacement Army and a hero of the Soviet Union, junior Sergeant Vasily Kharinaevich Khantaev
    Scenario 11: The Seelow heights
    Scenario 12: Tank hunting
    Scenario 13: Berlin: crossing the spree
    The Prague Uprising
     
    Fighting the Prague uprising
    Which includes scenarios, general scenarios, Prague specific scenarios and The ROA
    ROA theatre selector
    Additional Units
    Scenario 14: The Prague uprising: enter the ROA
    Appendices: Additional Special Rules
     
    Snow, mud, ice and frostbite
    Dug-in: foxholes, trenches and gun pits
    Minefields
    City fighting
    That's certainly a lot of content, but remember that's just an overview! Each page is packed with information and iconic imagery to give you everything you need to play on the battlefields of Berlin in 1945!
     
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: The Western Desert

    When compared to the enormous campaigns waged on the Eastern Front and in Western Europe during World War II, the struggle in North Africa between the British Commonwealth and the Axis might seem an unimportant sideshow. However, its influence and impact were far-reaching and dictated many strategic decisions that influenced the course of the war.
     
    This Bolt Action campaign book will focus on the conflict in the area most commonly referred to as the Western Desert - a campaign theatre reaching from the Libyan city of Tripoli to Cairo, and the Egyptian Nile valley, a distance of some 1300 miles, a featuring some of the most hostile terrains on Earth.
     
    It covers a period of time from September 1940 when Mussolini's Italian Army invaded British-held Egypt to the final retreat of Rommel's Afrika Korps from Egypt during October 1942. During that period the conflict witnessed much hard fighting resulting in spectacular victories and the capture of territory, equipment and prisoners for both sides whilst also subjecting them to a series of demoralising retreats where final and irrevocable defeat seemed assured.
     
    This book has 167 pages full of content, ranging from new rules and units, full-colour images, history and backgrounds and more!
     
    This book contains:
     
    What is This Book?
     
    Campaign Background
     
    Operation Compass: The Fighting Begins
    Scenario 1: Frontier Battle
    The Italians Invade!
    Scenario 2: Fort Nibeiwa, 9 December 1940
    Scenario 3: The Battle for Bardia, 4 January 1941
    On To Tobruk and the Race to Beda Fomm
    Scenario 4: Tank Clash at Mechili, 24 January 1941
    Scenario 5: Fox killed in the Open, 5 February 1941
    Operation Sonnenblume
     
    Scenario 6: Mersa Brega, 31 March 1941
    The Siege of Tobruk
    Scenario 7: Ras El Madauur, 13 April 1941
    Operation Brevity and Battleaxe
     
    Scenario 8: Hellfire Pass, 15 June 1941
    Operation Crusader
     
    Scenario 9: Bir El Gubi, 19 November 1941
    Scenario 10: Gabr Saleh, 19 November 1941
    Scenario 11: Point 175, 29 November 1941
    Crusader Finale
    Gazala: Rommel's Greatest Victory
     
    Scenario 12: The Cauldron, 1 June 1942
    Scenario 13: Bir Hakeim, 27 May 1942
    The Jewish Brigade at Bir-El Harmat
    Scenario 14: Bir-El Harmat 2 June 1942
    El Alamein: The End of the Beginning
     
    First Alamein
    Last Chance for Rommel: Alam Halfa
    Scenario 15: Alam Halfa, 31 August 1942
    El Alamein
    Operation Lightfoot
    The Battle continues
    Scenario 16: Outpost Snipe, 27 October 1942
    Operation Supercharge
    Scenario 17: The Charge of the 9th Armoured, Tel El Aqqaqir, 2 November 1942
    Raid Scenarios
     
    Scenario 18: Dawn Raid
    Scenario 19: The Via Balbia Raid, 27 May 1942
    British and Commonwealth New Units
     
    Infantry Squads and Teams
    Vehicles
     
    Italian New Units
     
    Infantry Squads and Teams
    Artillery
    Vehicles
    German New Units
     
    Infantry Squads and Teams
    Vehicles
    Artillery
    Theatre Selectors
     
    British and Commonwealth
    Commonwealth Armies in Bolt Action
    Italian Theatre Selectors
    The Afrika Korps in Bolt Action
    Free French Forces in the Western Desert
     
    Free French Units
    Special Forces in the Western Desert Campaign
     
    Special Forces in Bolt Action
    British Special Forces in the Western Desert
    Italian Special Forces and Desert Raiders
    German Special Forces
    Heroes of the Western Desert
     
    British and Commonwealth
    German
    Special Rules for Fighting Bolt Action Games in the Western Desert
     
    Typical Terrain types for the Western Desert
    Roads and Tracks
    Desert Climate Effects
    Environmental Effects
    Weather Effects
    Desert Combat Special Rules
    Dug-In: Foxholes, Trenches and Gun Pits
    Minefields
     
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  • Bolt Action D-Day Overlord Supplement

    With over 200 pages this new Campaign Book, written by Robert Vella, for Bolt Action allows players to take command of both Allied forces assaulting the beaches and inland defences and those of the axis manning such fortifications. Packed with new, linked scenarios, rules, troop types, and Theatre Selectors providing plenty of options for novice and veteran players alike.
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  • Bolt Action: Korea Supplement

    Fought between 1950 and 1953, the Korean War was one of the first major conflicts of the Cold War. Backed by the Soviet Union and Communist China, the North Korean regime battled for control of the peninsula against the South Korean government and a 21-country UN task force.

    The Korean War is unique and interesting in the annals of world and military history in its own right. An aspect rarely discussed is the cultural implications of so many Western, non-Western and European nations fighting against combatants from the Orient. Due to the vast cultural diversity of so many nations fighting in such a geographically small area, cultural differences would have a significant impact on how the combatants treated each other on the field of battle. These differences went beyond simple language barriers, they included problems in logistics, religion, personnel replacements and the method in which war was conducted.

    Inside the book, you'll find a comprehensive history of the conflict with details of every major battle fought between the two sides. It also includes details of the various forces and their organisation, commanders, and equipment. Scenarios are provided for many of the battles, along with comprehensive force selectors to help you assemble your force.

    A copy of the Bolt Action 2nd Edition rules is needed to use this supplement.
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  • Bolt Action: Stalingrad Campaign Book

    This campaign book seeks to help wargamers recreate the incredible struggles between the German Wehrmacht and the Soviet Red Army for control of the region between the Don and Volga rivers – ultimately centring on the city of Stalingrad.
     
    This six-month-long battle saw some of the fiercest fighting of the war, with each side losing hundreds of thousands of men and culminating in the encirclement and eventual destruction of the German Sixth Army.
     
    While this book provides a historical overview of the Stalingrad campaign, its primary purpose is to provide new scenarios, rules, and inspiration to help wargamers bring this bitter struggle to life on the tabletop.
     
    This book covers the southern region of the Ostfront from August 1942 to February 1943 including:
     
    The opposed crossing of the Don River
    The dash to the Volga river by German mobile divisions
    Soviet counter-attacks against the German cordon of Stalingrad
    The fighting for control of the city of Stalingrad
    Operation Uranus and the subsequent encirclement of the German Sixth Army
    Operation Winter Tempest: Manstein’s attempt to break the encirclement of the Sixth Army
    The final destruction of the Sixth Army
     
    Vasily Zaitsev model available while stocks last
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  • Duel In The Sun - Bolt Action Theatre Book

    The heat builds up as we go from one theatre with extreme conditions to another, this time desert warfare in the African and Italian campaigns.

    Packed with explosive action from the initial clashes between the British and Italian armies in Libya, and Britain’s first unexpected victories, through the ill-fated British expedition to protect Greece from Hitler’s invading troops, and the subsequent desperate battles of British and Commonwealth forces in Crete against determined German paratroopers.

    From there we move onto the epic tank duels in the deserts of North Africa as Hitler reinforced Mussolini’s battered forces with the deadly Afrika Korps, and the ultimate showdown between two legendary desert commanders, Rommel and Montgomery, at El Alamein.

    We then have the debut of the Americans into the African theatre, their bloody setback at Kasserine Pass, and eventual success in helping to clear North Africa of Axis influence. Finishing with the Allied invasions of Sicily and mainland Italy, and the stubborn German defence that resisted the invaders almost up to the end of the war in Europe.

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  • Empires in Flames Pacific and Far East - Bolt Action Theatre Book

    Far from the battlefields of Europe and North Africa, Allied forces fought a very different war against another foe, from the jungles of Burma to the islands of the Pacific and the shores of Australia.

    This new Theatre Book for Bolt Action allows players to command the spearhead of the lightning Japanese conquests in the East or to fight tooth and nail as Chindits, US Marines and other Allied troops to halt the advance and drive them back. Scenarios, special rules and new units give players everything they need to recreate the ferocious battles and campaigns of the Far East, from Guadalcanal to Okinawa, Singapore, the Philippines, Iwo Jima and beyond.

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  • Germania, Hail Caesar Supplement

    This 56-page sourcebook, written by Neil Smith, chronicles the devastating blow suffered by the Romans in the Teutoberger Wald at the hands of the Germanic tribes led by Arminius. The battle, also known by the Romans as the Varian Disaster, saw the Germans ambush and destroy three Roman legions and their supporting troops. The book covers both the battle and the aftermath - a period that was something of a watershed for Rome's ambitions in Germany...

    Germania also covers the varying tribes that made up the Germanic forces as well as scenarios and special rules.
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  • Hail Caesar - Rome's Dacian Wars Rule Book

    This supplement for Warlord Games Hail Caesar focuses on Rome’s wars under Trajan against the Dacians and their Sarmatian allies.

    At the end of the first century AD, the Roman Empire was the greatest military power the world had ever seen. All of Western Europe south of the Rhine and the Danube, southern Britain, North Africa, Egypt, the Balkans and most of the Levant was under its control. The mighty Roman army and its legions had rarely known defeat in living memory – and never for very long.

    One upstart state and its wily, aggressive leader refused to bend the knee. For almost twenty years, and against all odds, King Decebalus of Dacia defied Rome from his fortress capital deep within the Carpathian Mountains. Composed of thousands of savage tribesmen, heavily armoured Sarmatian lancers and even captured Roman weapons, Dacia’s armies proved to be powerful enough to keep the legions at bay. All this was to change with the ascension of the soldier-emperor Trajan, leading to one of antiquity’s greatest conflicts – the Dacian Wars.

    Featured battles include the Battle of Adamclisi, the Battle of Tapae and the Siege of Sarmizegetusa Regia. Also included are rules for playing skirmish games, fighting sieges and using warships, as well as campaign and hobby ideas.
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  • Hail Caesar Army List Book

    Hail Caesar Army List Book - Biblical to Early Medieval

     

    This volume consolidates Hail Caesar army lists from the dawn of civilization up until the early thirteenth century into a single volume. These army lists bring special rules and army compositions that are not necessarily found within the main Hail Caesar rulebook, thus allowing players to use a list that pertains to their personal collection of miniatures. Within, you’ll find no fewer than 123 army lists ranging from around the 30th Century BC up to the early 13th Century AD. Army lists included:
     
     
    Old and Middle Kingdom Egypt
    Nubian
    Akkad and Sumer
    Early Arab Raiders
    Amorite Babylonia
    Canaanites
    Hittites
    Mitanni
    Mycenean and Minoan
    New Kingdom Egyptian
    Early Assyrian
    North European Bronze age
    Libyan
    Sea Peoples
    Israel and Judeah
    Assyrian Empire
    Neo-Babylonian
    Urartu
    Scythian
    Saite Egyptian
    Lydian
    Kyrenean Greek
    Early Achaemenid Persian
    Early Carthaginian
    Hoplite Greek
    Thracian
    Samnites
    Later Hoplite Greek army
    Pauravan and Mauryan Indians
    Syracusian
    Camillan Rome
    Gauls
    Illyrian
    Later Achaemenid Persian
    Alexandrian Macedonian
    Qin China
    Alexander's Successors
    Hellenistic Greek
    Bactrian Grek
    Carthaginian
    Galatians
    Parthians
    Republican Rome
    Numidian
    Merotic Kushite
    Spanish
    Late Macedonian
    Seleucid
    Ptolemaic
    Han China
    Pyrrhic
    Celtiberian
    Early German
    Maccabean Jewish
    Sarmatians
    Artaxiad Armenian
    Ancient Britons
    Mithandric Pontic
    Dacian
    Marian Roman
    Imperial Roman
    Jewish Revolt
    Kushan
    Palmyran
    Middle Imperial Roman
    Sassanid Persian
    Goths
    Early Saxon
    Franks
    Huns
    Late Imperial Roman
    African Vandals
    White Huns
    Gepids
    Spanish Visigoths
    Ostrogothic Italy
    Early Byzantine
    Lombards
    Scots-Irish
    Arthurian-British
    Welsh
    Merovingian Franks
    Avars
    Picts
    Khazars
    Arab Conquest
    Bulgars
    Tang China
    Thematic Byzantine
    Arab Empire
    Carolingean Franks
    Pecheneg
    Anglo Saxon
    Rus
    Vikings
    Almoravid Moors
    Fatamid Egypt
    Tagmatic Byzantine
    Al-Andalus
    Christian Spain
    Ghaznavid
    Liao China and Kara-Khitan Khaganate
    Norman
    Seljuk Turks
    Feudal French
    Feudal Germans
    Feudal Polish
    Early Hungarian
    Ayyubid Egyptians
    Sung China
    Italo-Norman
    Feudal Scots
    Early Russian
    Khwarazmian Persian
    Comnenian Byzantine
    Burid and Zengid Syria
    Japanese
    Plantagenet English
    Lombard League
    Crusaders
    Later Welsh
    Teutonic Crusaders
    Mongol
     
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  • Hail Caesar Army Lists - Biblical & Classical

    In this, the first expansion for Hail Caesar, Rick presents no less than 63 army lists for the Biblical and Classical periods along with points costs and army composition. It is also replete with the imgaes of fantastic armies that you can expect from a Warlord Games book. The armies covered are: - Biblical Old and Middle Kingdom Egypt Nubian Akkad and Sumer Early Arab Raiders Amorite Babylonia Canaanites Hittites Mitanni Mycenean and Minoan New Kingdom Egyptian Early Assyrian North European Bronze age Libyan Sea Peoples Israel and Judeah Assyrian Empire Neo-Babylonian Urartu Classical Scythian Saite Egyptian Lydian Kyrenean Greek Early Achaemenid Persian Early Carthaginian Hoplite Greek Thracian Samnites Later Hoplite Greek army Pauravan and Mauryan Indians Syracusian Camillan Rome Gauls Illyrian Later Achaemenid Persian Alexandrian Macedonian Qin China Alexander's Successors Hellenistic Greek Bactrian Grek Carthaginian Galatians Parthians Republican Rome Numidian Merotic Kushite Spanish Late Macedonian Seleucid Ptolemaic Han China Pyrrhic Celtiberian Early German Maccabean Jewish Sarmatians Artaxiad Armenian Ancient Britons Mithandric Pontic Dacian Marian Roman Imperial Roman Jewish Revolt Kushan

    96 page soft back book

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  • Hail Caesar Army Lists - Late Antiquity to early Medieval

    Our latest publication is the second army list book for Hail Caesar 84pp softback book The following armies are included: Palmyran Middle Imperial Roman Sassanid Persian Goths Early Saxon Franks Huns Late Imperial Roman African Vandals White Huns Gepids Spanish Visigoths Ostrogothic Italy Early Byzantine Lombards Scots-Irish Arthurian-British Welsh Merovingian Franks Avars Picts Khazars Arab Conquest Bulgars Tang China Thematic Byzantine Arab Empire Carolingean Franks Pecheneg Anglo Saxon Rus Vikings Almoravid Moors Fatamid Egypt Tagmatic Byzantine Al-Andalus Christian Spain Ghaznavid Liao China and Kara-Khitan Khaganate Norman Seljuk Turks Feudal French Feudal Germans Feudal Polish Early Hungarian Ayyubid Egyptians Sung China Italo-Norman Feudal Scots Early Russian Khwarazmian Persian Comnenian Byzantine Burid and Zengid Syria Japanese Plantagenet English Lombard League Crusaders Later Welsh Teutonic Crusaders Mongol

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  • Hail Caesar Rulebook

    Hail Caesar is written by the hugely talented Rick Priestley who is something of an expert in Ancients gaming. Partly because of his studying in antiquities but some would say that it's also because he was there for the most part.

    So aside from firsthand experience of classical civilisations what else do you get?

    A 192 page, full colour, hardback rulebook By the award winning team that produced Black Powder Covers gaming in periods from biblical times to the Crusades

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  • Last Argument of Kings - Black Powder Supplement

    At the beginning of the 18th century, warfare entered a new era. The widespread use of the flintlock musket had transformed the way armies trained and fought. This period was a golden age for the crowned heads of Europe. They commanded professional troops, gloriously outfitted in splendid uniforms, and fought each other over land, wealth and the succession to their thrones. Some even led their armies on the field of battle. Yet by the end of the century, the real power of kings was gone or greatly eroded – parliaments would decide the foreign policy of nations, democracy had taken hold in the New World and the divine right of kings was everywhere being questioned. These were the last wars fought to protect the succession rights of royalty. These wars were the Last Argument of Kings.
     
    This supplement for the Black Powder game overviews the main conflicts and armies of this period, and includes army lists and special rules to enable you to refight these wars using the Black Powder rules, as well as scenarios for the most dramatic battles of the time.
     
    Featured conflicts include:
    • The War of the Spanish Succession - The Battle of Blenheim (1704)
    • The Great Northern War – the Battle of Holowczyn (1708)
    • The Austro-Turkish Wars – the Battle of Petrovardin (1716)
    • The War of the Austrian Succession – the Battle of Fontenoy (1745)
    • The Wars of the English Succession – the 1745 Rebellion
    • The Seven Years’ War – the Battle of Hundorf (1762)
    • War in the Colonies – The French Indian War & The War in India
    • Raids and Invasions – Amphibious Warfare in the 18th Century

    This is a full colour 112 page softback book.  Please note, you need a copy of Black Powder to be able to use this supplement. 

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  • Operation Sealion and Gigant bundle

    This is for the 2 printed books (not the digital pdfs)
     
    Invade the British Isles with the complete Operation Sea Lion and Operation Gigant campaign PDF bundle.
     
    First, lead a wave of assault boats across the channel with the fantastic Operation Sea Lion book, covering the desperate defence of the south coast by rag-tag bands of Home Guard and the disorganised survivors of Dunkirk.
     
    Then take to the skies with Operation Gigant, and lead your crack Fallschirmjagers in a glider-borne attack deep into the heart of Northern England.
     
    Bundled together for the first time, these books give you the complete campaign experience. Now you've got the opportunity to follow the threads of alternate history to their violent conclusion.
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  • Ostfront: Barbarossa To Berlin - Bolt Action Theatre Book

    Take charge of Operation Barbarossa and drive towards Moscow or command the steadfast defenders of the Soviet Union. From the early battles for Leningrad and Sevastopol to the tank clash of Kursk and the bitter urban warfare of Stalingrad, this new Theatre Book for Bolt Action provides wargamers with new scenarios and special rules that give them everything they need to focus their gaming on the Eastern Front.

    In addition, this 112 page softback book contains rules for:

    • Snow, mud, ice and frostbite
    • Foxholes, tranches and gun pits
    • Night fighting
    • Minefields
    • City fighting 

    You will need the Bolt Action rulebook to use the Ostfront supplement.

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  • Rebellion! Black Powder Supplement

    In 1775 the simmering resentment of American colonists exploded into a bloody rebellion. Beginning in Boston, the conflict eventually stretched from Canada in the north to Florida in the south and lasted eight gruelling years. On one side stood the King’s redcoats and settlers loyal to their sovereign, later joined by regiments of ‘Hessian’ mercenaries. Ranged against them was a citizen army under the inspirational leadership of George Washington, supported by militia and eventually French troops eager to embarrass their old foe. Both sides were forced to learn new tactics for fighting in the wild terrain of North America in a conflict that saw heroism and ineptitude in equal measure.

    This supplement for Black Powder describes the history, armies, personalities and battles of this conflict. Included are scenarios allowing you to recreate many of the battles of the rebellion.

    This glorious 144-page full colour book was written by Steve Jones. 

    A copy of the Black Powder rulebook is required to use this supplement.

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  • Shield Wall Hail Caesar Supplement

    Description
    A notoriously unstable and rebellious member of the Roman Empire, Britannia was thrown into bloody conflict as the Western Roman Empire began to crumble. Axe, spear and sword became the dominant currency for those vying for control of the kingdoms.
     
    Shield Wall is a supplement for Hail Caesar which introduces the main battles, armies and personalities of the Dark Ages in the British Isles from around 400AD up to 1000AD.
     
    In addition to the traditional Hail Caesar massed battles the supplement introduces rules for smaller scale engagements between warbands as reflects much of this period. Shield Wall also contains campaign rules and several linked scenarios ­– from Badon Hill to Brunaburh.
     
    The army lists are included for Limitanei, early and late Saxons, Romano-British, Welsh-Cymru, Irish, Picts, Gaels, Vikings and Irish-Norse.
     
    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement
     
    When you order your copy of Shield Wall directly from the Warlord Webstore you can get a FREE figure!
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  • SPQR Rulebook

    Description
    Author of our new SPQR game, Matt Sprange, will be attending our Open Day on July 20th. Matt will be on hand to sign your copy of the game and hosting the SPQR seminar on the day. (Matthew Sprange has written over three dozen gaming books, including Babylon 5 and Judge Dredd games, and has won two Origins Awards for his miniatures games).
     
     
     
    Are you ready to forge your empire?
     
    With a lightning-fast and easy to play system, SPQR allows you to build a complete warband capable of scouting out enemy armies, clashing across borders, and conducting raids on farms and villages.
     
    Units in SPQR are divided into two broad categories; heroes and minions. Units of 5 or more Minions form the bulk of your warband, faceless henchmen who have been sworn into your service.
     
    Heroes are powerful individuals that will grow in stature from battle to battle, gaining new talents and becoming true legends!
     
    Each warband features specialised scenarios to reflect its own tactics and methods of waging war.
     
    SPQR comes a complete campaign system along with a detailed progression system for your heroes, allowing you to customise how they fight on the ancient battlefield! This is what sets SQPR apart - forge your own destiny and join the battle!
     
    Inside SPQR you'll find:
    196 Pages containing 42 scenarios dedicated to the warbands listed;
     
    Warband lists for;
    Imperial Rome
    Dacia & Sarmatia
    Iberia
    Gaul
    Caesar’s Legions
    Macedonia
    Persia
    Thebes
    Sparta
    Athens
     
    Hire mercenaries or lead your force with Heroes of legend – let nothing stand in your way as you conquer all for the glory of your nation and the gods themselves!
     
    PLEASE NOTE THE MINIATURE PICTURED IS NOT AVAILABLE
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  • Tank War Bolt Action Supplement

    Tank War, the new supplement for Bolt Action, gives players the option to expand their games to a whole new level – armoured warfare. Recreate such great engagements as the battle of Kursk with the scenarios, army options and special rules found in this book. Whether you want to add more armour to your existing armies or build an entirely armoured force, Tank War has you covered.

    You will need the Bolt Action rulebook to use the Tank War supplement.

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  • The Devil's Playground - Pike & Shotte Supplement

    The Thirty Years War was a series of conflicts that ravaged large areas of Europe, especially the German provinces, from 1618 to 1648. These conflicts centred on the Habsburg Holy Roman Emperors, Ferdinand II and Ferdinand III, and their opponents. Although viewed by many as a religious war between Catholic and Protestant nations, its roots and causes were also politically motivated. The combination of religious fervour and the political ambition of the European superpowers were to pit vast armies and mighty leaders against each other. The devastation caused by decades of fighting had truly turned Europe into the ‘Devil’s Playground’.

    This supplement for Pike & Shotte describes the history, armies, personalities and battles of the Thirty Years War. Included are scenarios based on some of the famous battles and army lists for the main protagonists.

    A copy of the Pike & Shotte rulebook is required to use this supplement.

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  • Zulu, Black Powder Expansion Book

    Zulu is our latest Black Powder supplement and covers the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.

    This lavish 92 page supplement chronicles such legendary battles as Isandlwana, Rorke's Drift and Ulundi. Zulu! brings you not only the background for these momentous battles but other, less well known conflicts as well as rules and force listings - all wrapped up with the usual photographs of beautifully painted miniature and armies!

    You've seen the silver screen version of events in Zulu and Zulu Dawn - now you can refight these classic engagements on the tabletop.
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