American Civil War 1861-1865

Spotlight: Black Powder!

Sifting through the archives we came across an old article where Rick Priestley explains the origins of Warlord’s first rule system Black Powder. We thought people new to Warlord Games…

New: Resin Breastworks Set

Our new resin Breastworks come ready painted from Paul’s Modelling Workshop and can be placed straight onto your Pike & Shotte or Black Powder battlefields. These temporary earthworks were thrown up…

New: North American Dunkers Church and Bridges

More great laser-cut wooden models from Sarissa Precision, for North American Black Powder games – a Dunkers Church, a Covered Bridge and Railed Bridge. With the next Black Powder supplement…

New: American Civil War Artillery 1861-65

The far-too-prolific-for-their-own-good Alan and Michael Perry have produced another brilliant plastic kit, containing a whole selection of artillery pieces for American Civil War games. More Pictures in Webstore The set…

Woods Fighting in the American Civil War

By Paul D Stevenson Black Powder has many innovative concepts and is a great game, especially for multiple players. However, one of the problems folks find with Black Powder American…

New Plastic ACW Zouaves And Special Offers!

With the Perrys about to release their lovely new American Civil War Zouave boxed set we’re giving you the chance to get your hands on them plus loads of other…

The Bonnie Blue Flag – A Black Powder Battle Report

By David Sullivan This was to be my inaugural game of Black Powder and was fought out at The Panzer Depot store in Kirkland, Washington. We played a version of…