This superbly detailed and easy-to-build plastic church is a fantastic looking centrepiece for your wargames table and ideally suited to games played in Europe or the Mediterranean.
Whether you are setting your games during the 17th Century, the Napoleonic Wars, the two World Wars or even fantasy games, this impressive model will bring your battlefield to life.
The church is also an inspiration for scenario ideas – can you rescue terrified townfolk residing within its hallowed walls from the dastardly French during the Peninsular campaign? Can you flush out the sniper wreaking havoc from his lofty perch in the belltower? Or, perhaps, this is where the fate of a group of German Paratroopers cut off behind enemy lines in WWII is determined. The possibilities are endless…
Contains one hard plastic church with assembly instructions.
This beautiful hardback 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
Also, if you order direct from EH Gaming you'll get a free exclusive miniature, the Master and Commander, John Lucky!NB: Miniature supplied unpainted.
Galactic Warzones is a new series of Battlefield in a Box terrain for Sci-Fi tabletop battles. No matter if your battles take place on nearby worlds in the near future or a long time ago in far away galaxies, these terrain pieces will turn your tabletops into battlefields worth fighting over.
On the unforgiving sands of desert worlds, settlers construct buildings from local materials that maintain a cool interior temperature in the blistering heat and radiate comfortable warmth during the cold nights. These durable structures can last for generations and are often the sites of pitched battles between settlers and raiders determined to control of these desert homesteads.
This Desert Buildings set contains two domed hovels; a small domed building and a larger quad-building that hints at a larger underground structure.
This scenery is pre-built and pre-painted so ready to place down on your tabletop right out of the box and looks great on a desert gaming mat. Combines with the Desert Tower and Desert Walls set to make a perfect sand village setting for games such as Star Wars: Legion.
Originally designed as a Schnellbomber (fast Bomber) the Junker JU88 became Germany's most successful multi-role combat aircraft in World War II.
The production ran from 1936 to 1945 and over 16,000 were built, more than any other twin-engine plane in the Luftwaffe.
Bomber set contains:
The Bristol Blenheim was originally developed from a design for a fast civil airliner. At the outbreak of WW2 Blenheims formed the mainstay of the RAF Bomber squadrons fighting over Europe and went on to see action in Africa, Asia and even on the Eastern front.
Over four thousand Blenheims were built before it was retired in favour of newer designs.
Bomber set contains:
You may be battling the Empire on the frozen wastes of Hoth, or you may be fighting on the surface of any other planet, across the thousands of planets that make up the galaxy. No matter where you are, there’s always good reason for you to get a little air superiority. The T-47 Airspeeder Unit Expansion for Star Wars™: Legion adds one T-47 airspeeder miniature to your Rebel armies. Along with the beautifully sculpted, unpainted miniature, you’ll find all the unit cards and upgrade cards that you need to make the T-47 airspeeder a crucial part of your battle for freedom.